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Century 16 South Point and XD
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Twisters

An update to the 1996 film 'Twister', which centered on a pair of storm chasers who risk their lives in an attempt to test an experimental weather alert system.

Cast: Glen Powell, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Maura Tierney

Director: Lee Isaac Chung

• 122 min








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Movie Guru's Current Movie Briefs


Since I write many of these briefs the day before the movies are released, what we have here are mostly ruminations on movies I have not yet seen. You will have to decide for yourself if these briefs have any value. I believe the less you know about a movie, the better chance you might enjoy it to the upside. Too many reviewers seem to go out of their ways to ruin for you with way too much information your upcoming movie experience. In fact my D graded Master’s Thesis proposed that reviews should be embargoed until after the opening weekends allowing moviegoers to see the movies fresh and without plot summaries taken right out of the press kits.

  • Twisters

    Written by summer intern Michael Harris. I do not know what I feel about remakes. Sure, you know that the movie will be good, but it takes the creativity out of Hollywood. Well, at least that was what I thought before seeing this movie. Twisters was the first movie to pull me to the edge of my movie seat in a long time. It is a well done tribute to the original 1996 Twister with some notable references and a similar plot. The main difference is instead of collecting data about twisters, the storm chasers try to stop them. With constant danger and adventure lurking in every cloud, this is the storm you will not want to miss seeing on the Southpoint’s XD screens.

  • Twisters

    This looks like a winner. As horrible as weather has become, and as many people are suffering from climate change, we still are hooked by live feeds from tornados, hurricanes, tsunamis, heat domes, flooding, and the like. I loved Twister and Twisters should be double the fun. XD presentation is worth the extra $3 bucks. And it can’t hurt to go home and watch the original Twister and play the which is better game.

  • Fly Me To The Moon

    Written by summer intern Michael Harris. Based on a true story… maybe? Fly Me to the Moon confronts the greatest conspiracy of all of mankind; was the moon landing fake? Watch as a sly, advertiser and pathological liar with a past to hide meets an honest, by the book launch director who is haunted by his mistakes in this romance-drama. Kelly Jones, played by Scarlett Johansson, and Cole Davis, played by Channing Tatum fall in love as their morals clash during America’s most monumental feat: putting man on the moon. As always, make sure to see this out of this world film on the big screen.

  • Longlegs

    I have not been following this latest Nick Cage theater release. What is amazing is that movie stars are making direct to video big buck releases, while Mr. Cage seeks out deserving independent productions and infuses them with terrific performances. In a recent interview he chose “Pig” as his best performance. The title turned me off, but I will be streaming it this weekend. If you have the time and want to watch a fun under the radar Nick Cage flick, check out Retirement Plan.

  • Despicable Me 4

    Written by summer intern Michael Harris. Despicable Me 4 is an expected yet welcome addition to the Despicable Me/Minions franchise. After Despicable Me 3 changed the dynamic of the franchise from a more character development based movie to a more comedic and action based film, Illumination has been walking on a tightrope, careful not to lean too much on either theme. It is looking like this movie will take the best parts of both themes to breathe new life into this old franchise. From new characters to the unique humour the minions always carry, Despicable Me 4 is the one movie your children will want to see this summer on the big screen (not counting In and Out 2).

  • Horizon: An American Saga Part One

    Keep in mind that Part Two will open in theaters this August 16th. There is no reason to opine (I hate that word) on Kevin Costner’s Part One of his four part movie series until seeing at least half the movie. So I reserve judgement until August 16th.

  • A Quiet Place Day One

    The first Quiet Place directed by Jon Krasinski and starring Emily Blunt was a “quiet” story about family survival among obscene creatures who rule the Earth. Quiet Place 2, not as good as the first, but good enough to satisfy fans, follows the first chronologically. This third Quiet Place, a prequel, jumps to the head of the line chronologically, but probably won’t mean as much to the audience as the first.

  • Inside Out 2

    Written by summer intern Michael Harris. Finally, a movie to drag Disney out of the hole it dug through its recent yet under performing movies. Inside Out 2 adds depth to an animated movie like never before, but is still entertaining for your kids. From the complexity of puberty to an ironic allusion to Mickey Mouse, this is the one children’s movie both you and your children will enjoy. To truly feel the most emotion from this movie, make sure to watch it in our South Point XD theatres.

  • Bad Boys: Ride or Die

    Written by summer intern Michael Harris. The bad boys are back so whatcha gonna do? This is the best bad boys movie yet, full of action and comedy and singing from Reba McEntire. Much of the movie is completely unexpected. There are many recurring themes like Martin Lawrence thinking he is invincible leading to great comedy moments, and Will Smith whose panic attacks give depth to the film. This is a must-see movie. And you must see it on our XD screens at the South Point.

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