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Burke and Hare
Lowdown: John Landis was once one of the kings of comedy, directing beloved laffers such as "Animal House," "The Blues Brothers," "Trading Places" and "Coming to America." "Burke and Hare," a black comedy loosely based on a real-life 19th century case where two men profited from murder, is his first film since 1998's largely unseen "Susan's Plan."
Grade: Good cast (also featuring Tom Wikinson and Isla Fisher), but it just doesn't look very funny. On the plus side, it's a rare opportunity to see mo-cap king Andy Serkis as a human being, after playing Gollum in the "Lord of the Rings" films and "King Kong." It's been open in Europe for ages, and reviews haven't been too kind.
Release date: TBA