Limited Release: ‘Oceans,’ ‘Cheech & Chong’ & More

by | April 23, 2010 at 5:39 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. You can celebrate Earth Day with the new documentary Oceans, or celebrate 4/20 with Cheech & Chong’s Hey Watch This. You can also get freaked out by the sleepwalking thriller In My Sleep, weirded out by the psycho fans of Troll 2 in Best Worst Movie, or just plain moved by Jeff Daniels, Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone in the oddball dramedy Paper Man. Take a closer look at all the films below.


Oceans
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Disneynature, which brought us Earth, now brings us a fascinating in-depth look at the world under the seas, including a fascinating study of wildlife.

Watch more clips from Oceans.


Cheech & Chong’s Hey Watch This
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Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong reformed their legendary stoner-comedy act after 25 years and took it on the road with the Light Up America tour, and this is the behind-the-scenes look at their reunion.


Best Worst Movie
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A documentary examining the crazy cult following that has sprung up around Troll 2, an Italian-producted horror movie long considered one of the worst films ever made, which has now become a hilarious party movie for fans of the “so bad it’s good” genre.

Watch Troll 2 right here, right now on Fancast!


In My Sleep
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A young man (Philip Winchester) struggles with his paranoia that his unique sleep disorder is causing him to do terrible, crazy things while he’s asleep – and he may even be going on a somnambulistic murder spree.


Paper Man
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Jeff Daniels stars as Richard a floundering, eccentric failed novelist who is struggling with his wife (Lisa Kudrow) and his own writer’s block while relying on an imaginary superhero friend (Ryan Reynolds) he’s had since childhood to guide him – that is, until he forms a very unlikely bond with a lonely and equally confused teenage girl (Emma Stone), and that unique friendship helps them both let go of their troubled pasts.