Movies For The Week Of April 19, 2024

Hard Miles – Releasing in Limited Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – (None Available Yet)

Rite of Passage’s Ridgeview Academy is a medium-security correction school for children in Colorado. This are pretty normal, until a coach, Greg Townsend, played by Matthew Modine, convinces a bunch of incarcerated students to try the impossible with a bike ride from Denver to the Grand Canyon.

If you like films were people find the best in people, don’t give up, or motivate those who are in a low spot in their life, then this type of emotional film will help raise you up.

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare – Releasing in Theaters
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The story of the first special forces organization formed during WWII. This crew was made up of neirdowells and lead by a rogues and mavericks, played by Henry Cavill. They use unconventional and uncooth fighting tactics that would later become the basis of modern-day British SAS and modern Black Ops warfare.

Part Snatch, part Inglorious Bastards, this film takes the story of the war, and delves into the underhanded things people were willing to do to be able to prevent the evils of the Nazi regieme.

Miracle Mile – Releasing in Incredibly Limited Theaters (Hopefully Streaming Soon)
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Matt, played by Luke Van Mol, wants to get from Idaho to California to make it in time to see his girlfriend’s debut performance, however, to be able to get there he will need the help of his cranky grandpa and a recovering combat veteran. However, no matter how hard they try, problems get in their way along the way. Can they make it in time, and will they be the same when they arrive?

This is an incredibly campy, low budget, indie film. If you like indie films, then I would recommend checking it out, but be warned about it before connecting to it because it is very indie and hyper religious.

Sasquatch Sunset – Releasing in Limited Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – 80%

As the world changes around them, one family of Sasquatches, starring Riley Keough and Jesse Eisenberg, make their way on a journey through North America as they fight for survival, and deal with the world encroaching on their habitats.

It’s interesting to see the story from the point of view of Sasquatches instead of those looking for them. This is a comedy before it is an action, but be warned this is not a family film, there is sexual content, nudity, and gore-like images.

Villains Incorporated – Releasing in Limited Theaters
Rotten Tomatoes Reviewer Score – (None Available Yet)

After their boss is killed, henchpeople Beatrix, Vain, and Harold, played by Mallory Everton, Jason Grey, and Colin Mochrie respectfully, decide to strike out on their own, and become the big show. However, upon entering the field, they learn that it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.

In a world of super villains and heroes, a group of henchmen decides that it’s time they step out on their own. However, do they have what it takes? Or are they just meant to be hitmen for the bigger bads? This also give strong Tick vibes, but like animated series Tick vibes.

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