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Theatrical Releases for May 13th
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Theatrical Releases for May 13th

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Bridesmaids, Priest, and other films hit theaters today! We’ve got the full list of new releases for you below:

Bridesmaids (R), Comedy – When a simple Midwestern girl is asked to be her best friend maid of honor she struggles to please the snobby, rich bridesmaids at every pre-wedding event. Stars Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph.

Brother’s Justice (NR), Comedy – Dax Shepard tries to radically change the direction of his career. Known as a comedian, Dax is met with strong opposition while trying to secure financing for his martial arts film. Stars Dax Shepard, Tom Arnold, and Bradley Cooper.

Cameraman: The Life and work of Jack Cardiff (NR), Documentary – Jack Cardiff’s career spanned an incredible nine of moving picture’s first ten decades and his work behind the camera altered the look of films forever through his use of Technicolor photography. Craig McCall’s film about the legendary cinematographer reveals a unique figure in British and international cinema.

Decisions (NR), Drama – When a group of friends decide to pull a bank heist to get out from underneath their money troubles, they quickly discover that things can unravel in a hurry. Stars Corey Haim and Cisco Reyes.

Everything Must Go (R), Dramatic Comedy – A guy loses his job and gets locked out of the house by his wife. She deposits his belongings on the front lawn, and he spends the next four days trying to sell his possessions. Stars Will Ferrell, Michael Pena, and Laura Dern.

Go for It! (NR), Dance – A young woman living in Chicago struggles to overcome her fears and follow her dream to be a dancer. Stars Aimee Garcia, Al Bandiero, and Gina Rodriguez.

Hesher (R), Drama – A twenty-something long-haired tattooed metal-head one day unexpectedly enters the life of a grieving family. The most unlikely person to help a 13-year-old cope with the death of his mother, but he proves to be the only one who can truly free him from his overwhelming sadness. Stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Natalie Portman, and Piper Laurie.

Hey, Boo: Harper Lee and To Kill a Mockingbird (NR), Documentary – Mary Murphy, who wrote the book, “Scout, Atticus and Boo: A Celebration of 50 Years of To Kill A Mockingbird,” reflects upon the impact of Harper Lee’s classic masterpiece with such personalities as Tom Brokaw, Mary Badham, Oprah Winfrey and James Patterson.

How to Live Forever (NR), Documentary – The director takes a world trip to discover the secrets to extending life.

L’Amour Fou (NR), Documentary – The public life of Yves Saint Laurent was an extravagant spectacle, as a design prodigy and then the grand coutourier of a fashion empire he influenced fifty years of style and was an icon to millions; but few are familiar with the private life of the legend. In Pierre Thoretton’s L’Amour Fou, Pierre Berge, the man with which YSL shared four decades of his life, reflects on the equally extravagant history of their personal relationship.

Make Believe (NR), Documentary – Follows six adolescent outsiders who all share an extraordinary passion: the art of magic. Armed with great skill and a dazzling array of illusions, these teenagers embark from the varied hometowns of Malibu, California; Chicago, Illinois; Capetown, South Africa; Littleton, Colorado; and Kitayama, Japan to attend the annual World Magic Seminar in Las Vegas, where they each hope to be named Teen World Champion by master magician Lance Burton.

Priest (PG-13), Thriller – The story revolves around a legendary Warrior Priest from the last Vampire War who now lives in obscurity among the other downtrodden human inhabitants in walled-in dystopian cities ruled by the Church. When his niece is abducted by a murderous pack of vampires, Priest breaks his sacred vows to venture out on an obsessive quest to find her before they turn her into one of them. He is joined on his crusade by his niece’s boyfriend, a trigger-fingered young wasteland sheriff, and a former Warrior Priestess who possesses otherworldly fighting skills. Stars Paul Bettany, Maggie Q, and Karl Urban.

Skateland (PG-13), Drama – A teen is forced out of a job when his small-town roller rink shuts down. He faces tough decisions about his future, his parents’ divorce and complicated relationships with friends. Stars Ashley Green, Shiloh Fernandez, and Heath Freeman.

The Big Bang (R), Action – A private detective searches for a former stripper who is supposed to exist but no one has ever seen in a mystery connected to a particle collider. She plays a meth addict who works at a medical center pretending to have different diseases for interns to react to. Stars Antonio Banderas, William Fichtner, and Sam Elliot.

The Bleeding House (NR), Horror – The Smiths are a family full of secrets who keep themselves to themselves living on a back road outside a small Midwestern town. Their lives are turned upside down when a sweet-talking Texan arrives on their doorstep on a mission for retribution. Will he succeed in his goal to bleed them of their sins or will the family’s haunted past prove to be even more deadly than he bargained for? Stars Patrick Breen, Alexandra Chando, and Betsy Aidem.

The First Grader (PG-13), Drama – Based on a true story, an 84-year-old Kenyan fights to go to school after the country introduces universal education.

The High Cost of Living (NR), Drama – A woman expecting her first child and a man on his way to his next drug deal cross paths one night in an event that will irrevocably change their lives. Stars Zach Braff, Isabelle Blais, and Patrick Labbe.

Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls (NR), Documentary – A documentary about the world’s only comedic, singing, yodeling lesbian twin sisters, Lynda and Jools Topp, whose political activism and unique brand of entertainment has helped change New Zealand’s social landscape.

True Legend (R), Action – Su Can’s respectable life is obliterated when his vengeful brother, Yuan, returns from war armed with the deadly Five Venom Fists. Weakened but not destroyed, Su Can learns a never-before-seen form of martial arts: the Drunken Fist. Armed with this new power, he returns home to honor his family through retribution by taking on his brother in a battle to become the ultimate warrior. Stars Man Cheuk Chiu, Michelle Yeoh, and Vincent Zhao.

Which movie will you be going to see this weekend? We recommend Bridesmaids! You can check our review of the comedy here: Bridesmaids Review

The Jacob Jacob is a contributor to FanBolt. He updates on entertainment news, reviews books and movies, and keeps everybody up-to-date in the world of comedy. He’s been a member of FanBolt since 2009 and started writing posts shortly thereafter! He also thinks Norm MacDonald is the funniest man alive.

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