Limited Release: Capitalism: A Love Story, Coco Before Chanel, I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell

by | September 25, 2009 at 2:07 PM | The Movies

Here’s what’s opening in selected cities this weekend, and as David Letterman always says, we just pray to God that your city has been selected. We’ve got Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story, Audrey Tautou’s Coco Before Chanel, Tucker Max’s I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell and a new spooky indie thriller called Paranormal Activity, as well as Clive Owen’s The Boys Are Back and The Blue Tooth Virgin.


Capitalism: A Love Story
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Michael Moore returns with a scathing indictment of not only the engineers of the massive bailout in the last gasp of the Bush administration, but the very foundation of the divisions between the rich and the poor, and the lies perpetrated by the top 1% against the remaining 95% of America.

Watch more clips from Capitalism: A Love Story.
Read more of Moore defending his integrity.


Coco Before Chanel
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Audrey Tautou stars as legendary fashionista Coco Chanel, telling the story about her life and love before she rose to become the iconic figure she is today, the founder of a company that sells boots for $4000.

Watch more clips from Coco Before Chanel.


Paranormal Activity
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In another stab at “reality horror” a la The Blair Witch Project, we follow a young couple who experience some creepy supernatural activity in their brand new house in the middle of the night.


I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell
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Tucker Max is an insufferably selfish hedonistic jerk. And he’s real. Max produced and co-scripted this cinematic celebratory re-enactment of his own obnoxious lifestyle, although his awful behavior at a bachelor party gets him disinvited from the actual wedding, and Max has to try and overcome his jerkface nature to earn his place at his friend’s nuptials.

Watch the raunchy red-band trailer for I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell.

Also opening: The Boys Are Back (read more with Clive Owen), and The Blue Tooth Virgin.