Wide Release -
"Toy Story 3" - Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusak
I could give you a synopsis of the newest Pixar creation, but do you really care? "Toy Story" is one of the most beloved "children's movies" of all time and its appeal is universal to both old and young. I would bet good money that this ends up being the highest grossing movie of the year. Also, I've already seen it and it is AMAZING. Review forthcoming.
"Jonah Hex" - Josh Brolin, Megan Fox, John Malkovich
Based on a graphic novel, Jonah Hex is a bounty hunter who might have been brought back from the dead. I'm sketchy on the details and a bit lazy when looking up said details for movies that are bound to flop. Anyway, Hex is sent to bring down a terrorist played (in sure to be over-the-top grandiose fashion) by Malkovich. I really, really like Brolin and in the back of my mind, I'm ashamed to say I kind of want to see this despite knowing it will most likely be very bad.
Limited Release -
"Cyrus" - John C. Reilly, Marisa Tomei, Jonah Hill
A man (Reilly) falls for a woman (Tomei) who still has a grown son (Hill) living at home. The boys hate each other, of course, and a full out war ensues. The early reviews have been extremely positive and this may be a total breakout for the Duplass brothers (directors).