Limited Release: Chloe, Ca$h, The Eclipse, Waking Sleeping Beauty

by | March 26, 2010 at 3:34 PM | The Movies

Here’s what’s opening in selected cities this weekend, and as David Letterman always says, “we just pray to God your city has been selected.” We’ve got Amanda Seyfried shedding innocence to destroy a married couple in Chloe, Sean Bean menacing another couple in Ca$h, the moody Irish ghost story The Eclipse, and the documentary about the renaissance of the Disney animation department entitled Waking Sleeping Beauty. Take a closer look at all of these films below.


Chloe
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Julianne Moore is a wife who suspects her husband (Liam Neeson) of cheating on her, but when she goes so far as to hire Chloe (Amanda Seyfried) to try to seduce him just to see how he reacts, things get out of hand when Chloe’s motivations become murky and mysterious, and her own desires take over.


Ca$h
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Sean Bean is a gangster named Pyke Kubic who loses track of a large sum of money when he’s doublecrossed. The trouble is, an innocent married couple came across it and thought they’d gotten supremely lucky and treated it like they won the lottery. When Pyke tracks the money to them, he forces them to work as criminals to pay off their debt to him.


The Eclipse
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Also available today on Comcast On Demand!
Ciaran Hinds is Michael Farr, a widower in an Irish town by the seaside who is adjusting to his new life as the sole caretaker of his two children while slowly growing obsessed with the idea that he’s seeing ghosts. He begins to spend a lot of time with a writer of ghost stories (Iben Hjejle), much to the chagrin of one of her old flames (Aidan Quinn), who thinks Michael is a stalker.


Waking Sleeping Beauty
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This documentary details the problems the Walt Disney Corporation’s animation division had from 1984 to 1994, when they hit rock bottom and vowed to dedicate themselves to creating the best animated feature films they could make, leading to successes like Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid and The Lion King.