Tuesday, 12 June 2012

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Directed by Sean Anders

Produced by Adam Sandler

Jack Giarraputo

Heather Parry

Allen Covert

Written by David Caspe

Starring Adam Sandler

Andy Samberg

Music by Rupert Gregson-Williams

Cinematography Brandon Trost

Editing by Tom CostainStudio Happy Madison Productions

Relativity Media

Distributed by Columbia Pictures

Release date(s)

June 15, 2012

Running time 114 minutes

Country United States

Language English


That's My Boy is an upcoming 2012 American comedy/drama film starring Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, and Leighton Meester. The original script was written by David Caspe. Sean Anders directed the film. The film will be produced under Sandler's production company Happy Madison, and was shot in Massachusetts, around Boston, Everett, Lynn, Brockton, Stoughton and Cape Cod.[The release date has been set at June 15, 2012. It will be distributed by Columbia Pictures.

The film is rated R for crude sexual content throughout, nudity, pervasive language and some drug use.







While still in his early teens, dimwitted Donny Berger (Adam Sandler) fathered a son, Han Solo Berger (Andy Samberg), with his teacher who raised him as a single parent up until Han's 18th birthday. Now, 12 years later, Donny needs $43,000 to pay off the IRS to avoid 3 years of jail time. Han (who changed his name to Todd Peterson) is a wealthy and successful businessman who gets a pleasant surprise on the eve of his wedding when an uninvited Donny suddenly shows up for some father and son time.

Desperate to get the $43,000 he owes, Donny tries to reconnect with his son. He is now forced to deal with the repercussions of his bad parenting skills.

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Sunday, 13 May 2012

The Road Movie Review & Download

The Road Movie Review & Download

The Road is a three-part tale of murder and ghostly revenge that begins with three teens sneaking out of the house and absconding with the family car for a night of joy riding. When they discover the main road is blocked by traffic, the teens opt for a detour down a remote access road that takes them into the heart of darkness. They soon find themselves lost and driving circles around some strange limbo .
If being lost in the dark wasn’t bad enough, the teens begin to witness horrific supernatural phenomena – bloody figures who appear and vanish out of nowhere, etc. – and the unthinkable encounters quickly drive them to a mad panic. Meanwhile, as the three teens’ absence is noticed by their families and the local authorities, the investigation into their whereabouts uncovers an entire history of murder and madness, which has long infected the cursed stretch of road.
The Road (2012) by Yam Laranas (Review)
The Road is a low-budget Philippines horror film (it’s in Filipino with English subtitles) that starts very poorly but gets somewhat better as it goes on. Writer/Director Yam Laranas and his co-writer Aloy Adlawan structure the film as a three-act tale (each about 30 minutes) – chapter one being the story of the joy-riding teens. Chapters 2 and 3 jump back in time (a decade apiece) to reveal how the ghostly entities the teens encounter came to haunt the remote stretch of road – and then, reveal an even darker tale about the root origins of the evil that has infected the place. It’s a simple structure, but one that allows for some interesting approaches to narrative arc and character development, while allowing audiences to enjoy “horror” of varying sorts and some nice twists, to boot. We saw something similar done in Takashi Shimizu’s The Grudge, but The Road arguably has a much tighter and efficient narrative to tell.
Three Teens drive down 'The Road' (2012)
The downside to the approach is that  not all of the “chapters” are as strong as others, and this makes the film lag, quite noticeably, at several different points. “Chapter 1″ with the three joy-riding teens is by far the weakest, and manages to turn a half-hour segment into what feels like an agonizingly slow hour-long movie – one which I was grateful to see come to an end, until I realized there was going to be more (much more) to the story. The teen actors in the first segment are not convincing, and the whole experience – from the direction to the scares – feels like a shoddier version of so many other ghost stories we’ve seen before. That weak beginning means that The Road is a hard movie to invest in – meaning that finicky viewers will likely be put off before they can even get to the latter (better) sections.
As we enter chapter 2 and 3 we get an upgrade in both performances and direction style. Chapter 2 involves two young girls and their encounter with a serial killer, and this makes for a compelling horror-thriller experience – a lane that Laranas seems far more comfortable in than haunted house (in this case haunted road) horror. Similarly, chapter 3 offers what is ostensibly a supernatural psycho-drama, exploring the serial killer’s childhood traumas and the beginnings of the ghosts roaming the road. Laranas arguably handles this segment with the most confidence, displaying enough style to make that lackluster first segment almost seem like it was crafted by different hands. The young child actor in chapter 3 is a standout, and the story of his youth is both intriguing and twisted in the best sort of way. Once we know the full backstory, the movie ends with a twist that brings all of the storylines together quite nicely.
The Road (2012) Chapter 3 Young Boy
All in all, The Road would make for a good rental – where you have the option of fast-forwarding through the bad bits and focusing on the good parts. Laranas definitely has the mind and vision for good horror, but still has a bit to go before he can be called a “master of the genre.”
The Road  is currently playing in limited release in U.S. theaters. It is Rated R for violence, terror and some disturbing images.
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Friday, 6 April 2012

Titanic 3D - First Review


Titanic 3D - First Review

"Titanic" was re-released in theaters this week in 3D (3 Dimension), close to the 100th anniversary of the titular ship sinking. After much anticipation for one of my favorite films to come back on the big screen, I eagerly took my seat & awaited James Cameron's masterpiece.

How can anyone dislike "Titanic?" The characters, the love story, the glorious shots & that memorable song by Celine Dion are just a few reasons why the film is a modern classic.

What makes "Titanic" so epic is the fact that we are seeing this film 15 years later & not one shot appears outdated. Seriously, this movie looks like it could've been made in 2011. The CGI & James Cameron's direction are way ahead of its time.

How is it that audiences can still emotionally connect to Jack & Rose or even James Cameron's "The Terminator" to this day? Because James Cameron is just that darn good of a writer & director. (Let's just forget "Avatar" even happened, O.K.?)

James Cameron, who has always had a fascination with ship wrecks, considered the story of Titanic the end-all-be-all of ship wrecks. After watching a documentary of divers going down to revisit Titanic, James Cameron decided to call on Hollywood for the funding & make this true, devastating story into a feature film. Although he wanted to make the movie, he also hoped to dive down to look at the shipwreck.

After filming the underwater scenes, James Cameron then went on to write the screenplay. It was important to him to honor the crew & passengers who had died during the sinking &, of course, it was equally important to him to have a love story.

Jack (DiCaprio) & Rose (Kate Winslet) are without question, one of the most epic movie couples we have ever seen. Yes, the two only knew each other for two days, but we believe in their love & root for their relationship until the very end, which makes me come to the conclusion, I fully trust in DiCaprio. He is one of the greatest actors of our time. He's diverse, timeless & completely believable in every role I've seen him in. Throughout the film, Jack asks Rose, "Do you trust me?" & I want to answer for her, shouting from the top of my lungs, "I trust you!"

James Cameron & his team spent 60 weeks & $18 million to convert the film into 3D (3 Dimension). Although, the 3D (3 Dimension) effects aren't eye-opening, that third dimension definitely adds to certain scenes, especially those surrounding the actual sinking of the ship. So if you are looking for amazing 3D (3 Dimension), you aren't going to get it with this film.

James Cameron didn't re-shoot any scenes for the re-release, but being the perfectionist that he is, he did change one small detail. The scene where Rose is lying on a broken door in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, glancing up at the stars shows the wrong star field from that fateful day. So after researching the star fields that would have been above the Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, James Cameron went back in & changed the shot.

The real treat of "Titanic 3D (3 Dimension)" is experiencing the Academy-Award winning classic all over again & hoping Jack & Rose will go on & on.

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Sunday, 27 November 2011

Weekend Box Office Top 10 - 27th Nov

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1

1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1Bella and Edward must deal with the consequences brought on by a marriage, honeymoon, and the tumultuous birth of a child.


Happy Feet Two

2. Happy Feet TwoMumble, the dancing penguin, is back in an all-new animated adventure, and this time he's showing his son a move or two.



3. ImmortalsA warrior named Theseus must lead the fight against the ruthless King Hyperion and his evil army for the fate of mankind.


Jack and Jill

4. Jack and JillAdam Sandler stars as a family man who dreads one event every year: the Thanksgiving visit of his identical twin sister.


Puss in Boots

5. Puss in BootsThe Shrek series' suave, sword-fighting furry feline hero stars in his very own swashbuckling animated adventure.


Tower Heist

6. Tower HeistWhen a billionaire steals their retirement money, the workers at a luxury condominium come up with a plan to even the score.


J. Edgar

7. J. EdgarLeonardo DiCaprio stars in the story of J. Edgar Hoover, the fascinating figure behind the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

8. A Very Harold & Kumar 3D ChristmasJohn Cho and Kal Penn return for some yuletide high-jinks in the third installment of the popular stoner comedy series.


In Time

9. In TimeJustin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried star in a sci-fi thriller set in a future where time has become the ultimate currency.


The Descendants

10. The DescendantsGeorge Clooney is a newly widowed father who takes off with his two rebellious daughters to track down his wife's lover.


Thursday, 24 November 2011

Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn (2011)

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, commonly referred to as Breaking Dawn, is a 2011/2012 two-part romantic fantasy film directed by Bill Condon and based on the novel Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer. The two parts form the fourth and final installment in the The Twilight Saga series. All three main cast members, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner, reprise their roles.
Part 1, rated PG-13, was released on November 18, 2011, and Part 2 will be released on November 16, 2012. In totals as of November 21st, the movie has grossed $291,022,261 worldwide. However, the film has received mostly negative reviews from critics.
Wyck Godfrey and Karen Rosenfelt served as executive producers for the film, along with the author of the series, Stephenie Meyer; the screenplay was written by Melissa Rosenberg, the screenwriter of the first three entries
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When Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) receives an invitation to Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Bella Swan's (Kristen Stewart) wedding, he becomes upset and runs away in his wolf form, despite his father Billy Black (Gil Birmingham) calling after him. Meanwhile, Charlie Swan (Billy Burke) and Renée Dwyer (Sarah Clarke) read their invitation and unlike Renee, Charlie does not seem very happy about the wedding.
The Cullen family, Alice Cullen (Ashley Greene), Carlisle Cullen (Peter Facinelli), Esme Cullen (Elizabeth Reaser), Emmett Cullen (Kellan Lutz), Rosalie Hale (Nikki Reed) and Jasper Hale (Jackson Rathbone) are busy in preparation of the wedding. That night, Edward visits Bella to try to make her understand the consequences of becoming a vampire, hoping to change her mind, but Bella stays firm on her decision. Emmett and Jasper, who are taking Edward out to his bachelor party, interrupt them. The same night, Bella has a dream she is walking down the isle with all her friends and family in attendance. She sees the Volturis and when she turns to Edward, he gives her an evil look and she notices that they are both covered in blood. She turns around and sees the dead bodies of her family and friends, piled on top of each other. This causes her to stay sleepless the rest of the night, which is indicated by Alice the following morning as she is putting on Bella’s makeup for the wedding.
As Alice and Rosalie prepare Bella to walk down the aisle, Renee and Charlie present Bella with a hair clip that was passed down to her by Charlie's mother. Renee tells Bella that one-day, she too would pass it down to her own daughter. This saddens Bella because she knows that she can never have children with Edward. At the wedding reception, Bella is introduced to the Denali coven. One of the members, Irina (Maggie Grace) is upset because she sees Seth Clearwater (Booboo Stewart), one of the members of the Quileute wolves that killed her mate, Laurent. Edward tries to explain that they only did it because he was going to kill Bella, but she refuses to listen or believe him. Later, on the dance floor, Edward tells Bella that another one of her wedding presents has arrived and he takes her to the back, where she is pleasantly surprised to see Jacob. Jacob tries to say goodbye since he knows that soon she will become a vampire. When Bella accidentally indicates that she plans to consummate with Edward on their honeymoon, Jacob becomes infuriated. As he launches forward to attack Edward, members of his pack hold him back. He then runs off into the woods, and Edward takes an upset Bella back to the reception.
The couple spends their honeymoon on a private island in Brazil called Isle Esme, a gift from Carlisle to Esme. 
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Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan
Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen
Taylor Lautner as Jacob Black
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