“Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.” Albert Einstein
March has exited the movie building, following a month of “Great and Powerful” films that sent us traveling on animated avenues, up a beanstalk and down a yellow brick road, leading to a terrifying White House tour. April, however, eases in slowly with a list of limited release films on the entertainment roster (with the exception of this week’s nationwide release “Evil Dead” featuring five friends in a remote cabin… you know the rest). “The Company You Keep” includes Robert Redford on the lam from the law while being tracked by reporter Shia LaBeouf. They’re horrified to encounter “6 Souls” on the road which carry the psyche of multiple personalities, murder victims and a forensic psychiatrist (hello, Julianne Moore). All that action is sure to put moviegoers into a movie-style “Trance,” but don’t worry, there’s a hypnotherapist around to control all that chaos along with the auctioneer and criminals eager to retrieve a lost painting (and their misplaced minds).
Strangely, our eclectic cast ends up at “Jurassic Park,” the infamous theme park where dinosaurs come alive, running amok even more colorfully than they did in their 1993 heyday thanks to a gigantic 3D makeover.
There’s no limit to the amount of fun our limited-run troupe can provide, who promise to shake things up this month and prove there’s no such thing as creative bounds when it comes to entertaining audiences…