The mon Ths of september and october
see a wealth of new titles hitting the shelves,
many of them sequels or remakes or the latest
seasons of popular TV shows. (* denotes
available in Blu-ray.)
Sex and the City 2*. The swinging single
women from the original TV series are older
but definitely not wiser, and lacking some
swing. In an attempt to reignite their passions,
they take off on a getaway to Abu Dhabi for
romance and excitement. 18A
Iron Man 2*. The laughs and action are fast
and furious as Robert Downey Jr. returns in
full metal regalia as billionaire businessman/
superhero Tony stark. his identity revealed,
stark fights off both the U.s. military, which is
determined to get his technology, and the requisite super-villains. PG
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How to Train Your Dragon*. In a world of
Vikings and wild dragons, a teenage boy
defies conventional wisdom and attempts to
change his society’s view by training a dragon
instead of fighting it. featuring the voices of
Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig ferguson,
America ferrera, Jonah hill and Kristen
Robin Hood*. Russell Crowe takes on the
challenge of presenting a new take on the
famous thief who stole from the rich and gave
to the poor, and starts by not donning tights.
Robin leaves his home with his band of
marauders to fight corruption in nottingham
and becomes a legend. The film also stars
Cate Blanchett, mark strong, William hurt,
max von sydow, mark Addy, scott Grimes,
Danny huston and eileen Atkins. PG
other titles include The Back-up Plan,
Letters to Juliet, A Nightmare on Elm Street,
and Prince of Persia: Sands of Time*.