Precocious doesn't even begin to describe Henry James Herman, a petri dish child who writes rabble-rousing manifestos on the nature of truth… at age 10. This boy-genius misfit's world turns upside down when - to the dismay of the doting single mother who raised him - he embarks on a search for his biological father.
||April 20th, 2012 (Limited) by Entertainment One|
||July 3rd, 2012 by eOne|
||PG-13 for some violent images, language and smoking.|
(Rating bulletin 2167, 4/13/2011)
||Video-on-Demand Premiere, Director Remaking Their Own Movie, Dysfunctional Family, College, Coming of Age, Unconventional Pregnancies|
|Source:||Based on Short Film|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Reliance BIG Entertainment, Red Om Films, IM Global|
July 4th, 2012
After a run of several good weeks, it is a complete disaster on the home market this week. The best selling first run release will be... nothing. This is because there is no first run release coming out this week. According to Amazon.com, the best selling new release of the week is Midsomer Murders: Set 20, while the top ten is dominated by limited releases and Blu-ray catalogue titles. This makes choosing a Pick of the Week difficult, because there are so few prime releases. Rocko's Modern Life: Season Three is on the short list for contenders, as is The Hunter on Blu-ray. But in the end, I went with God Bless America on either DVD or Blu-ray. It's a great movie and there's a surprising number of extras on the DVD.
April 27th, 2012
It's a very busy week for limited releases with a dozen films on this week's list. This includes a number of films earning overwhelmingly positive reviews or earning some pre-release buzz. Jesus Henry Christ, Headhunters, Booker's Place, and Sound of My Voice all have a shot at earning some measure of mainstream success. I doubt all four will, because there's just too much competition for limited dollars, but hopefully at least a couple will do so.
April 25th, 2012
Think Like a Man
was a surprise hit and the only film to top $10,000 on the per theater chart. However, Darling Companion
came very, very close with an average of $9,991 in four theaters.
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