JU's Weekend Movie Reviews

Misha Khan

Due Date

February 4 – 6
Due Date follows the adventures of two men with two completely different personalities, father-to-be Peter (Robert Downey Jr.) and an aspirant actor Ethan (Zack Galifianakis), as they take a cross- country road trip to witness the birth of Peter’s child. The movie is at times a laugh-out-loud comedy and at other times simply an “awww” moment.


February 11 – 16
Metrocity’s infamous villain has finally defeated his biggest rival. Now lonely, and without a purpose, Megamind is ready for another superhero to come his way. Megamind does an excellent job making its audiences laugh and relate to the characters at the same time.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 1)

February 18 – 20
The first half of the seventh and last installment of the Potter series. Deathly Hallows is fun, full of action and complete with brilliant story telling. Judging from the first part, the Potter series is on its way to a wonderful send-off.

For Colored Girls

February 25 – 27
Tyler Perry has done it again and this time without any help from his beloved Madea. Based on the play, the actresses do a wonderful job portraying their characters. However, like all of Perry’s movies some exaggeration is expected. The plot is laid out so thick that one wonders if it is even real at times.


March 4 – 6
Tangled shows the story of Rapunzel with a twist that entertains to the fullest. From the beginning to the end the movie keeps its audiences interested and laughing. As with most Disney flicks, a light tragedy is forthcoming.

Show times for the movies are:
Friday: 6:00 & 8:30pm
Saturday: 3:30, 6:00 & 8:30pm
Sunday: 2:00 & 4:30pm