Students will be Scared, Entertained by New Releases

It’s  something that can help people make up even over a fight. It’s a great place to go to with family or that classic first date.

Yes, the one thing everybody loves!


With the changing of the year, new movies will surface to (hopefully) dazzle, amaze and astound us.

The internet has played a key role in shedding light on this year’s feature films, at least the ones students in Penn Manor will probably want to see.

First on the list, The Green Hornet. In this movie Seth Rogen plays Britt Reid, the main character, son and heir to Los Angeles’ largest newspaper fortune. He is a rich and spoiled man without a care in the world and has never worked a day in his life. When his father James Reid (Tom Wilkinson) dies, Britt then meets a man, Kato (Jay Chou). They realize that they have the money and power to do something worthwhile with their lives and make James Reid proud. The Green Hornet stars Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Cameron Diaz, Michael Pena, Adam Sandler and Kwon Sang-Woo. It will be released on January 14.

The third movie in the Big Mommas series is the movie called Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son is also set to debut in 2011. This movie stars Martin Lawrence, Brandon T. Jackson, Jessica Lucas, Faizon Love, Emily Rios and Portia Doubleday. Malcolm, Martin Lawrence’s character, and his 17 year old nephew, Trent, go undercover to an all girl’s school after Trent claims to have seen a murder at the school. Malcolm disguises himself as Big Momma and Trent as Charmaine. This movie, coming out Feb. 18, is sure to generate some laughs.

Last but not least, there’s a Scream 4, the fourth in the horror series. After 11 years of silence, a new Scream comes out to make us shiver. The movie picks up right where Scream 3 left off and brings the return of the three main characters. However, a new killer arrives to finish the work of Roman and Billy, characters from the previous Scream movies. This thriller comes to theaters April 15.

By Alex Sanchez-Cruz

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