Hey everyone! Hope everyone's week is going well! Lots of good stuff coming out this week. For the record I guess Weeds does not come out until August. I posted last week that it started that week but I was WRONG and now I am sad. Ahh well at least True Blood started! Now to the movies this week.
She's Out of My League
When he starts dating drop-dead gorgeous Molly (Alice Eve), insecure airport security agent Kirk (Jay Baruchel) can't believe it. As his friends and family share their doubts about the relationship lasting, Kirk does everything he can to avoid losing Molly forever. Kyrsten Ritter, Lindsay Sloane, Jasika Nicole and Andrew Daly also star in this charming romantic comedy about unlikely lovers.
Starring:Jay Baruchel, Alice Eve Director:Jim Field Smith
I really liked this movie! It was so funny and oddly more realistic then I thought it would be for some reason.
U.S. Defense Intelligence Agent Clark Poundstone (Greg Kinnear) doesn't want to hear what Army Chief Warrant Officer Roy Miller (Matt Damon) has to say about not finding the weapons of mass destruction -- evidence that could launch a war -- he's been sent to Iraq to unearth. Why the cover-up? Rajiv Chandrasekaran's exposé Imperial Life in the Emerald City: Inside Iraq's Green Zone inspired this frenetic wartime drama.
Well aware of his own blessings, up-and-coming Wall Street star Tommy Fielding (Scott Porter) decides to mentor one of his co-workers, Daniel (Bryan Greenberg). But his new protégé may prove too apt a pupil in this romantic comedy penned and helmed by Julio DePietro. All is going according to plan until Daniel befriends Tommy's new girlfriend, Beth (Alexis Bledel) -- at which point things go rapidly south for Tommy.
After a disastrous year capped off by the Smoke Jumpers debacle, Vince (Adrian Grenier) is poised to make a comeback -- beginning with a starring role in Martin Scorsese's next picture. Meanwhile, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) might finally be getting lucky in love. Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon and Jeremy Piven co-star in the sixth season of this Golden Globe-winning comedy series about the unpredictability of the entertainment industry.
Starring:Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly Director:Daniel Attias
Always an amazing show!
Hung Season 1
Beset by a perfect storm of personal and financial woes, desperate high school teacher Ray Drecker (Thomas Jane) attends a self-help seminar to discover a personal "winning tool" that he can market. He soon figures out the tool, and it's very personal indeed. With the help of an old flame and aspiring poet named Tanya (Jane Adams), Ray finds a new calling as a male escort servicing the Detroit area in this Golden Globe-nominated, offbeat HBO series.
Starring:Thomas Jane, Jane Adams Director: Not Available
Great show! I got hooked on it. It's funny, well written and has great acting. A must see!