In Theaters: Clash of the Titans, The Last Song, Why Did I Get Married Too?

by | April 2, 2010 at 3:08 PM | The Movies

Opening in theaters nationwide this week are three significantly different films. There’s the big-budget blockbuster fantasy epic Clash of the Titans, of course, and there’s also Tyler Perry’s latest morality play Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?, a sequel to one of his earlier efforts. Then there’s a new Miley Cyrus father-daughter drama from the writer of The Notebook entitled The Last Song. Take a closer look at all of them below.


Clash of the Titans
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Sam Worthington stars as Perseus, a long-forgotten son of Zeus (Liam Neeson) and a mortal woman, torn between the worlds of man and god. Angry at the lord of the underworld Hades (Ralph Fiennes) for slaying his family, Perseus takes sides with the human rebellion and, thanks to the guidance of Io (Gemma Arterton), he goes on a quest to find the key to defeating the unholy monster known as the Kraken, the ultimate weapon of the gods.


Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?
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Tyler Perry follows up Why Did I Get Married? with his latest melodrama about how hard it is to keep a marriage together. Four couples vacation together in the Bahamas in order to reconnect with each other, but when an ex-husband shows up to wreck the party, trust and fidelity is put to the test. Starring Janet Jackson, Jill Scott, Michael Jai White and Louis Gossett Jr.


The Last Song
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Miley Cyrus is a girl who makes an effort to reconnect with her father (Greg Kinnear) after her parents go through a messy, painful divorce.

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The Warlords
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Jet Li, Andy Lau and Takeshi Kaneshiro are three fighters who swear an oath to become “blood brothers” in the midst of massive nationwide upheaval during the Taiping Rebellion of the 1860s China, but their pursuit of justice is threatened by the strain put upon their loyalty to each other. It’s premiering now On Demand weeks before you can see it in theaters!