opening in the U.S. and Canada June 5: ‘Land of the Lost,’ ‘Hangover,’ ‘My Life in Ruins,’ ‘Away We Go,’ more
Land of the Lost: The “tachyon amplifier” could have been a technobabblish device as cool as, say, the oscillation overthruster or the flux capacitor. But it ain’t.
The Hangover: Or as I like to think of it, Three Idiots and a Baby.
My Life in Ruins: Greece is the word.
Away We Go: And baby makes a whole big life-changing mess for John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph. [trailer]
Downloading Nancy: Marie Bello goes online to find a perverted boyfriend. It’s just what the Department of Defense had in mind when it developed the Internet. [trailer]
Tennessee: Mariah Carey is back! Oh, you know you loved Glitter… [official site]
Séraphine: César-winning French drama about real-life outsider artist Séraphine de Senlis. “Outsider” means everyone made money off her art but the artist herself. [official site]
Unmistaken Child: Documentary about the search for the reincarnation of a Tibetan Buddhist monk. It’s like Star Search, with God as the judge. [IMDB]
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