Also, The Weinstein Company inexplicably is going to try to capitalize on a sequel to an original no one saw with Hoodwinked Too! Hood VS. Evil. I’d give director Mike Disa the benefit of the doubt if it just didn’t all look like more of the same and not in a good way. Even if he’s contributed to good films in the past. Last time I tried this route we wound up with Kelly Asbury’s beyond abysmally awful Gnomeo & Juliet, so there ya go.
With May gearing up to stomp 2011’s first quarter into oblivion, I’ll be sure to keep everyone posted throughout April to find out which of these is worth their time. Even if most moviegoers will see nearly all of them whether they deserve your hard-earned cash or not, but I digress…so sit back and let April soak in before the onslaught of awesome begins starting with the mighty hammer itself on May 6!
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