MARK: "A LOT OF VARIETY AT THE MOVIES THIS WEEKEND."
SUSAN: "LIVE AT FOUR MOVIE CRITIC WIL LOPER IS HERE
WITH THE LOPER REPORT. HI WIL."
WIL: "HEY THERE. BRIDGET JONES IS BACK AFTER A 12
YEAR HIATUS, OLIVER STONE TAKES ON SNOWDEN, AND EDDIE
MURPHY IS IN A SURPRISING ROLE. HERE'S WHAT'S OPENING
"I decided to take control of my life and start a
diary to tell the truth about Bridget Jones"
IT'S BEEN 15 YEARS SINCE BRIDGET JONES HAS WRITTEN
IN HER DIARY, AND 12 SINCE SHE WAS AT THE EDGE OF
REASON IN THE SEQUEL. THIS WEEKEND, RENEE ZELLWEGER
AND THE CHARACTER SHE MADE FAMOUS ARE HAVING A BABY.
"I can't go back and keep making the same mistakes.
I'm pregnant! When I can make new ones."
"So you have no idea which one of us is the father."
COLIN FIRTH RETURNS AS MARK DARCY, AND PATRICK DEMPSEY
JOINS THE CAST AS JACK, ONE OF THE POSSIBLE FATHERS
TO BRIDGET'S CHILD.
"BRIDGET JONES'S BABY" IS RATED R.
OLIVER STONE HAS NEVER SHYED AWAY FROM POLITICALLY
CHARGED SUBJECTS IN HIS FILMS, FROM THE VIETNAM WAR
TO THE JFK ASSASSINATION. THIS WEEKEND STONE TAKES
ON THE STORY SURROUNDING EDWARD SNOWDEN. JOSEPH GORDON
LEVITT PLAYS THE TITLE CHARACTER WHO LEAKS NSA ACTIVITIES,
AND IN THE PROCESS BECOMES A POLARIZING INDIVIDUAL.
"SNOWDEN" IS RATED R.
FEW FILMS HAVE BEEN ABLE TO RECREATE THE VIRAL SENSATION
1999'S "BLAIR WITCH PROJECT" BECAME. THIS WEEKEND,
A REMAKE COMES OUT. MORE WOODS, MORE LOST TEENS,
MORE SCARY STUFF.
'BLAIR WITCH' IS RATED R.
SOONER OR LATER EVERY COMEDIC ACTOR TRIES THEIR HAND
AT A DRAMATIC ROLE. JIM CARREY, ROBIN WILLIAMS, BILL
MURRAY, ADAM SANDLER, AND NOW EDDIE MURPHY IN 'MR.
CHURCH'. EDDIE PLAYS A COOK TO A FAMILY, AND EVENTUALLY
BECOMES A FATHER FIGURE TO CHARLOTTE, PLAYED BY BRITT
"MR CHURCH" IS RATED PG-13
MARK: "Hmm that looks familiar."
SUSAN: "Some good choices there."
WIL: "Yeah it comes from the director of Driving
Miss Daisy, so I think there's some similarities there,
parallels between those stories. But Eddie Murphy
is getting universal praise for his serious turn,
the movie itself not getting so hot reviews, but people
are saying, bring on more dramatic roles for Murphy."
MARK: "He hasn't done a movie in a while."
WIL: "The last movie he did was in 2012, "A Thousand
Words" and it got 0% on Rotten Tomatoes so I think
he was looking to do something different, and took
a break from movies for a while, but he's back!"
SUSAN: "Nowhere to go but up. And a third Bridget
WIL: "This one getting great reviews too, especially
if you're a fan of the first two, go check it out."
MARK: "And if you're a teenager, stay out of the
WIL: "Staye out of the woods! But if you do go in
the woods, bring a video camera and film it all!"
MARK: "Just in case."
WIL: "Because that's what you do."
MARK: "Busy weekend for you, we'll check out your
reviews Monday morning on News 3 This Morning. Thanks
MARK: "LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO DO BESIDES THE MOVIES?"
SUSAN: "IT'S THE WEEKEND IN THE 608. THE WILLY STREET
FAIR IS BACK -- PLUS MUCH MORE. ANDIE BELHING FROM
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