There are many wonderful DVD movies last week. what kind of DVD will come out? Are you a movie fan like me,I have been searched online but not sure which is the best one. so, the following list are the movies that audiences will be able to enjoy this weekend.
After a great movie “Endless Love” , here are list of three good evaluation movie you can have a see:
1.300: Rise of an Empire June 24
"300: Rise of an Empire" - The Warner Bros sequel is the biggest release of the week. The movie tells the story of Greek general Themistokles who leads the charge against invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes and Artemisia. The film, which was directed by Noam Muro, scored mixed reviews and grossed $106 million at the box office. The sequel was not as successful as the 2006 actioner which made $210 million. The reason for a lackluster box office was the result of little buzz and no hype. However "Rise of an Empire" has a chance of gaining some traction on DVD and on demand as it is the perfect summer blockbuster that audiences are into at the moment. It also serves as an option for those moviegoers who are not in mood to go to the movies.
2. Winter's Tale June 24
"Winter's Tale" - Warner Bros will also release the fantasy tale starring Colin Firth, Jessica Brown Findlay, Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly. Directed by Akiva Goldsman, the film tells the story of a burglar who falls in love with an heiress as she dies in his arms. When he learns that he has the gift of reincarnation, he sets out on a journey to save her. The movie was released on Feb 14 in hopes that it would be the perfect date movie but the results were poor. The movie not only received negative reviews but only made $12 million after having opened to $7 million. Warner Bros will attempt to regain some of its losses on DVD and try to attract females who have been very active movie goers during the summer season. The release is good counter programming especially with the lack of female driven films and with none coming out in the next few weeks, "Winter's Tale" could easily recuperate some of the money it lost at the box office earlier this year.
3. Repentence June 24
"Repentence" - This Lionsgate drama was one of the most ignored releases in February. The movie, starring Forest Whitaker and Anthony Mackie, tells the story of a successful author and spiritual advisor who takes on a troubled man as a client, completely unaware that the man's fixation on his mother's death will soon put his life in jeopardy. The movie opened in 152 theaters and ended its run making only $1.1 million. The drama is likely to attract Whitaker fans but at a time when movie goers are looking for a fun action film, this movie is unlikely to get any more fandom.
Hope this guide help you choose your favorite one and enjoy it with your family. Do you agree with me? Movies make our life colorful!