Red movie poster makes sure that fans of action comedy flicks would stay tuned in for this upcoming flick because Red movie poster makes sure that they will be fully enticed and enthralled by this fine effort of a cinematic expression that had many catchy features in its store. Black and white color combination of poster and the manner in which images of lead stars have been portrayed in it makes sure that it will be a truly enjoyable movie experience to behold with high anticipation.
Star studded cast is another commendable factor in movie because rare opportunity of seeing some of the greatest stars is given much significance in Red movie and that sure is not something that viewers get to see on an everyday basis. Oscar winner and nominee cast of Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren who have been joined onscreen for the first time allowing viewers to have an incomparable and exciting movie to watch out for nothing less than pure action and sheer comedy to be captured in upcoming flick.
Set to hit theatres on 15th of October Red movie is the directorial of talented movie maker Robert Schwentke who brings an action packed story of retired black ops agents who get together when their former employers send assassins to finish them off.
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole movie clip with lead voice characters featured makes new Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole movie clip to be filled with excitement and enjoyment for movie to watch out for this highly entertaining animation flick that has some great and brilliant 3D effects used in it which are absolutely smashing because of their eye popping and eye catching nature featuring vocal talents of Jim Sturgess and Geoffrey Rush.
Coming from highly talented director Zack Snyder whose earlier ventures was well received and well recognized upcoming Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole movie follows heroic barn owl Soren whose belief in warrior owls called Owls of Ga’Hoole makes him take up the most dangerous of mission in order to save his family and friends so an amazing fantasy animation is just the thing that is premised with this great flick.
Set to hit theaters on 24th of September Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole movie also has Hugo Weaving, Helen Mirren and Abbie Cornish contributing their vocal talents to a movie which sounds to be a truly and finely entertaining animation flick with high hopes of enjoyment and excitement.
The new set photos of the next year release movie Arthur catches some of the best moments in the sets of the movie where the director and the technical crew appears to be rather busy with the handling of some of the big names in the Hollywood who are among the cast of the movie. All are determined and focused to make the movie a success.
The majority of the photos are of Russell Brand who plays the lead role in the movie as a wealthy but spoiled young man who is on the verge of losing a fortune when he falls for an unmatching woman. Among the set was Helen Mirren as well who is also playing a prominent role. The scenes being shot in the set involve scene inside a vehicle which feature the earlier mentioned artistes.
The set photos show how the shooting processes are currently underway and they also give a sneak peak in to the story of Arthur which is being directed by Jason Winer which is bound to be an interesting project just like the images of the set promise to be.
|Movie: State of Play * Trailer *||In Theaters: April 17, 2009|
|Runtime: 127 minutes||Directed by: Kevin Macdonald|
|MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some violence, language including sexual references, and brief drug content||Gecko Rating:|
You know, it doesn’t really matter what the movie is. If it features Russell Crowe, I’ll go see it and probably love it. He’s such a good actor, so good that I have to remind myself that he’s playing a character and isn’t actually that person. He does that again with Cal McAffrey, the character he plays in “State of Play.”
Cal’s a hardcore investigative journalist at the Washington Globe who’s caught in the middle of a touchy scandal. It centers on a longtime friend of his, Congressman Stephen Collins (Ben Affleck), whose staffer Sonia Baker (Maria Thayer) is killed via jumping – or was she pushed? — into the path of an oncoming subway.
We know the answer to that from the beginning, and we get to ride along on Crowe’s journalist train to figure out why it happened. The plot involves the military, a corporate cover-up, and a private security agency named PointCorp, which appears to be the front-runner in the country’s national security system. Some ripped-from-the-headlines stuff there.
There’s some standout performances in this movie: Helen Mirren plays the Globe’s feisty, no-nonsense editor; Robin Wright Penn plays the congressman’s wife, who sinks into desperation after learning of her husband’s affair with Baker; Jason Bateman is a smarmy guy who’s connected to the scandal; Jeff Daniels plays politician George Fergus; and Rachel McAdams is Della Frye, a green-behind the ears Globe blogger who works with Cal on the case. I love her!
It’s a conspiracy movie that has you guessing all the way through. I saw it with my 14-year-old son, and we both loved it and were talking about it all the way home. Plus, he was so impressed with Russell Crowe that he watched “3:30 to Yuma” that night – another favorite movie of mine. If you haven’t seen it, check it out.
“State of Play” could have been a lesser movie – there’s only so much you can do with government conspiracy, informants, and assassins – but the great lineup of actors makes this worth seeing. And seeing Crowe as a long-haired, grizzled reporter driving around in an ancient Saab is worth the price of admission alone.
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If some body can bring alive what ever he read what will happens. That is what happens to Mo Folchart what ever he reads loud become true and alive. There for it comes life time adventure to him. He does make it very simple and with that he helps to people and live happily.
He had a daughter and she do feel that too. But her father was gifted with that kind of power. But as it says in the movie Inkheart (2009) power is not going to be always good for any, as he read a book he gave life to power-hungry villain and he took his daughter away from him. He wants to use Mo power to beat many. So now Mo have go though the book carefully actually not just to go through it is to live on it.
It was super adventure around as he goes into many fantasy places in the book to search for daughter. With the help of real and magical group he has to rescue his daughter. It was magic that broght grate clour to this movie Inkheart (2009) sure it is fantasy but very carefully done production it was so never to go way beyond. With help of human characters it is more alive.
So many interesting modules of fantacy that will suite for children and most of all with adventure across many time frames and totally different world it was good imagination put into act by the director. Inkheart (2009) is dierected by Iain Softley Skeleton Key (2005) staring with Helen Mirren, Brendan Fraser, Paul ettany, Brendan Fraser and Paul Bettany produced by Diana Pokorny, Mark Ordesky and Cornelia Funke.It is time to read again are you scared to read.