The Fighter Movie is an upcoming drama directed by David O. Russell and stars Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale and Amy Adams. The Fighter centers on the life of the famous boxer Irish Micky Ward detailing his wise and strong steps towards his achievements.
For achievement’s sake all what you need is the talent will-power and dedication to get there and hence one’s roots really don’t matter. We have seen so many such personalities amongst us who have climbed all the way up the ladder with nothing but their strong focus towards their achievement both mentally and gestures wise. And today in The Fighter we are going to witness another such personality.
Mickey Ward (Mark Wahlberg) Dick Eklund (Christian Bale) used to roam the rough streets of Lowell Massachusetts at one point in time but with the talent in boxing amongst the two brothers they rose to big heights. Mickey Ward the better talent out of the two was coached by Dick Eklund, who himself was boxer turned trainer who rebounded in life after nearly being knocked out by drugs and crime.
The two brothers however reach their final goal of the world championships in London. The Fighter will hit theatres sometime in 2012 when the whole boxing world is going to have a lesson being taught.
The movie Julie & Julia (2009) is based on novels of julie Powell “Julie & Julia” and “My Life in France” written by Julia Child with Alex Prud’homme .this mouthwatering film stars Meryl Streep and Amy Adams who played big role through the movie. Story traces the project of “julie and julia: 365 days 524 recipes in 1 tiny apartment kitchen.
“Classic Mastering the Art of French Cooking “the Julia Child’s book which wrote in 1961 is followed by julia powell who wants to get big break from her bustling life. she try to conquer all 524 recipes in 365 days.
“Julie and Julia” airs on 07 august 2009. Watch Julie & Julia (2009) movie to see how she acquires all 524 recipes in duration of one year. Check it out.
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|Movie: Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian * Preview *||In Theaters: May 22, 2009|
|Runtime: 105 minutes||Directed by: Shawn Levy|
|MPAA Rating: PG for mild action and brief language||Gecko Rating:|
I’ll say right off the bat that my kids liked “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian” better than I did. I LOVED the first “Night at the Museum,” and this sequel seems like a throw-away to capitalize on the first movie and showcase all the stuff in the Smithsonian. That said, there are a few things I like about it; namely, Amy Adams as the plucky Amelia Earhart.
Ben Stiller returns as Larry Daley, only instead of working as a night guard at the Museum of Natural History in New York City, he’s running a big corporation now and doing infomercials for all his products, like a glow-in-the-dark flashlight.
Meanwhile, the Museum of Natural History is closed for renovations and upgrades, and the displays are being shipped off to the archives underneath the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. Not all the displays are going, however, and when Jedediah (Owen Wilson) and Octavius (Steve Coogan) accidentally get boxed up and shipped off, Larry goes on a rescue mission to the Smithsonian to find them.
So that’s the main story. When Larry gets there, he ends up tussling with Egyptian ruler Kahmunrah (Hank Azaria), Ivan the Terrible (Christopher Guest), and Napoleon (Alain Chabat). But working on Larry’s side are the snappy-talkin’ Amelia Earhart (Amy Adams) and Bill Hader’s General Custer (who knew he had self-esteem issues?). Larry’s son, Nicky (Jake Cherry) is running recon on the computer at home, giving logistical intel to Larry via cell phone.
The highlights for me are Adams’ jazz-age-inspired Earhart (she made me want to go find some adventures!), as well as some of the exhibits at the Smithsonian. Famous paintings come to life a la Harry Potter, and there’s a sweet trio of singing Cherubs, voiced by the Jonas Brothers – only they’re singing the Bee Gee’s and “Titanic” theme song rather than ancient chants, which makes it fun.
Still, the movie drags a bit and a lot of the one-liners fell flat. It did well at the box office this weekend, but I think it’s just because there aren’t a lot of other new family movies out right now.
NOTE TO PARENTS: This movie is fine for kids 7 and older. Language includes insults and a few “dammits,” and there’s a couple of kisses and a sweet romance. Most of the PG material comes from action and violence. Larry and his pals are chased and threatened with spears, swords, guns, etc. A giant octopus threatens characters at one point, but most of the action is lighthearted and fun.
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Julia Roberts returns to theaters today! Along with a couple of bromantic pals and Nicolas Cage in a numbers-centric mystery. What are YOU seeing this weekend?
Knowing. A time capsule, a mystery, and a college professor played by Nicolas Cage are on tap for this psychological thriller. Also stars Rose Byrne of the FX drama “Damages.” Rated PG-13. [Preview & Trailer]
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For any one no matter what you do for living life is sure a task. There for many people now a day are straggling to make most from the life. Really to find the perfect job for living is what most get wrong after that life is a mystery. It is up to us to decide what is good and suite for job. Hire in the movie Sunshine Cleaning respectively sharing thoughts of living. With the single mom who is desperate to find a job for the best future of her kid. Even she works as a maid and simply showing how she get down in to bed by many man. It was the clear fact describes in the movie.
She is alone and their to be lay down is that what man thinks, of course she have right to have sex but even by letting down and pushing harder at her life is not justice for any women. She finally she tries to be her own. In the movie a time she screams saying that she is not to be dated or drown in to bed by any because of the pressure she lives on. She really thinks within her and had idea for what she really good at. It is non other than cleaning. So she needs some help for any she turn in to her family.
Her father is a sales man now living with lots of experiences in life and also in field. There for he is the perfect guild for her. She Move to her dad and ask help. In the movie relationship between father and the daughter were superbly describe, the way he involve and guide was tear falling. It was a nice and easy relaxing movie with family tries to grow up in the simple way. That is how it should be. She also been help by her sister that is well telling on the hearts of youth and how they interact is amazing. They build their own business as Sunshine Cleaning day by day it raises as sun.
The movie was a carbon copy of many true living moms and it was a tribune for those who really fights for living. The Sunshine Cleaning made by Christine Jeffs staring with Amy Adams ,Emily Blunt. Wonderful family movie to gain the spirit of life and face the tasks around us.
The Oscars are coming right up! ABC’s live telecast from Hollywood’s Kodak Theatre will air this Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009 at 5 pm PT/8 pm ET.
I’ve been scouring the Web to see who’s got the best coverage, and The Hollywood Reporter has some excellent videos of filmmakers and actors up for awards on Sunday. Read on to see what Clint Eastwood, Ron Howard, Hugh Jackman, Amy Adams and others have to say about their projects.
Think stars have it easy? Then listen to Amy Adams and Michelle Williams talk about the challenges they faced while making “Doubt” and “Wendy and Lucy.”
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