There is a drought in movies this weekend whether you look toward new releases in theaters or new releases on DVD/Blu-Ray. However, there are a few cool announcements in the movie world.

For theaters we're looking at:
'The Other Women', a story about a girlfriend and wife becoming best friends after finding out what the boyfriend/husband has been doing with Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton. All good-looking ladies, I mean, Cameron Diaz in Charlie's Angels...loved it (even though shes not wearing deodorant now). But, I don't think we're looking at the big money here.
Next is 'Brick Mansions' with the late Paul Walker. This movie is set up in a dystopian Detroit where criminals live in old brick highrises that have gotten so bad that police have built a wall around this area to keep the criminals in. I don't know why, but I feel like that's a job for Judge Dredd.
Lastly, 'The Quiet Ones', the weekly horror movie about university students who are tasked to create a poltergeist. Sounds scary and I want nothing to do with this one.
Now, I don't want to go with the Captain again this week to be top in the theaters again, we have to wait till next week for something good to come out, the new Spiderman. So this week I'm stuck between the good-looking ladies movie and the Paul Walker film...I guess I have to go with the Paul Walker one, 'Brick Mansions'...let's see how it does.

Meow on to something more exciting, the first thing I'm excited about is 'Super Troopers 2', it's been just about 13 years meow since the original one came out and their looking to do this second one meow. There isn't much info about this one, but it looks like their going to have the same cast. Meow I'm really looking forward to this because, well, I still use some of the old jokes from the original and I need new ones meow, it's about time. The only thing I wish they would do meow is have Nikolai the News Guy play Farva, they look similar enough. (Damn, I only got 6)

I mean, I can't even tell the difference.

Left: Nikolai the News Guy (WPDH) Right: Kevin Heffernan (Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

And one last thing that I should mention before I wrap this up. The thrid Hobbit film has been re-titled from 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' to 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' which is way more epic and I like it, but there are way too many instances of the world the, they should just take out the second the and be done with it.

Well, that's all I have to say....until next week, we'll meat at the movies!