Ryan Thomason

In Theaters: April 13th, 2012

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Here are the only movies that matter this Friday for your theater going experience. We all should see Bad Ass, though it’s a limited release, but with the saying goes “You can’t go wrong with Ron Pearlman, ever.” Ok, I may have just created that on my own, but come on. RON PEARLMAN.

The Cabin in the Woods

Genre: Horror/Thriller
MPAA rating: R
Director: Drew Goddard
Actors: Chris Hemsworth, Jesse Williams, Kristen Connolly
Plot: A twist on the classic horror setup of a group of friends going to a cabin retreat in the dark woods and uncovering something unexpected and horrific.


Genre: Sci-Fi/Thriller
MPAA rating: PG-13
Director: James Mather, Stephen St. Leger
Actors: Guy Pearce, Maggie Grace, Peter Stormare
Plot: A man falsely accused of espionage has one chance to clear his name: save the president’s daughter from a inmate breakout at a space prison.

The Three Stooges

Genre: Comedy/Family
MPAA rating: PG
Director: Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly
Actors: Sean Hayes, Will Sasso, Chris Diamantopoulos
Plot: Larry, Moe and Curly are out to save their childhood orphanage and in turn get involved in a murder mystery and caught up in a reality TV show.

Bad Ass (Limited Release)

Genre: Action
MPAA rating: R
Director: Craig Moss
Actors: Danny Trejo, Ron Perlman, Charles S. Dutton
Plot: It’s taken 40 years, but Vietnam Veteran Frank Vega is finally recognized as a hero after saving an elderly black man from a pair of skinheads. Yet the fame is short-lived when his best friend ends up murdered and he find the local police unwilling to help, so he takes justice into his own hands.


Genre: Drama/Family
MPAA rating: PG-13
Director: Don Handfield
Actors: Brian Presley, Kurt Russell, Melanie Lynskey
Plot: What would you do if given the chance to change your life? One man has a second change – 15 years ago, on the game-winning drive in the biggest game of his high school career, the best player in the nation falls to injury, and his chance at a professional career is dashed. Now he is given a chance to correct this mistake, but will life truly be better?

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