8.) Horrible Bosses 
Release Date: July 29, 2011
Genre: Comedy
Plenty of people hate their jobs, and it's a safe bet that plenty of people hate their bosses too. So what happens when three friends decide it's time to promote their employers into the afterlife? After years of working under their horrible bosses, three friends, played by Jason Bateman (Arrested development), Charlie Day (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), and Jason Sudeikis (SNL), decide that a little murder is the only way to make the daily grind more bearable. It doesn't take long for chaos, and hilarity, to ensue as their plan unravels. This movie is carrying some serious comedy cred, and word is the film has landed Modern Family's Julie Bowen as well. The laugh factor on this film just keeps on growing.    


9.) Footloose
Release Date: October 14, 2011
Genre: Musical
Kevin Bacon's 1980 classic is getting a musical reboot courtesy of Paramount Pictures. Like the original film, the plot surrounds a city kid named Ren McCormack (played here by Kenny Wormald) who moves to a rural, Tennessee community where dancing and rock music are banned. Dennis Quaid has been cast as the Rev. Shaw Moore, with Julianne Hough stepping in to play his daughter Ariel. Also, rumor has it that director Craig Brewer may be injecting a little modern song and dance into the new film. Fans of the classic should certainly keep their ears to the ground for more info.


10.) The Three Musketeers
Release Date: October 14, 2011
Genre: Action - Adventure
After the disaster that was Peter Hyams' The Musketeer, it's about time Alexandre Dumas' classic novel got a proper remake. This time Logan Lerman (Gamer, My One and Only) is set to play D'Artagnan, a hot-headed youth who must unite with three legendary musketeers to stop a villainous cardinal from seizing the French throne. The film also has Orlando Bloom scheduled to appear as the Duke of Buckingham, and Milla Jovovich (Resident Evil series) is taking a brake from killing zombies to play the role of Milady de Winter. Our hopes are high for this one, and well be keeping our fingers crossed until in appears in theaters October 14, 2011.

*This Review First Published 1/13/2011