Josh Hutcherson Interview for "The Kids Are All Right" 


In the movie, Josh Hutcherson stars as Laser, one of the kids by the committed lesbian couple played by Annette Bening and Julianne Moore.

In this interview, we talked about:

*** What he thought of the script the first time he received it
*** His involvement with the film
*** Bringing his life experiences to the movie
*** Capturing the essence of being a family
*** Working with Lisa Cholodenko
*** Spider-Man shortlist
*** What makes a great family?

HAVE FUN! (To read my written movie review of "The Kids Are All Right" click here)



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Mia Wasikowska Interview for "The Kids Are All Right" 


Mia Wasikowska ("Alice in Wonderland") stars as Joni, one of the kids by a committed lesbian couple played by Annette Bening and Julianne Moore. In this interview, we talked about:

*** Her involvement with the film.
*** What attracted her to the character of Joni.
*** What she learned from working with Annette Bening and Julianne Moore
*** Working with director Lisa Cholodenko
*** The parents in the film are the neurotic ones
*** How she identified with her character
*** What makes a great family?

HAVE FUN! (To read my written movie review of "The Kids Are All Right" click here)



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"The Kids Are All Right" Movie Review! How Many Kisses Does It Deserve? 


I cannot stop praising the new feel-good dramedy “The Kids Are All Right.” The film was enthusiastically received at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and the winner of the Teddy Award for Best Feature Film at the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival. I suspect moviegoers will also welcome this film with open arms.


The movie is built like a great sitcom with memorable characters and involving plot. At the heart of “The Kids Are All Right” is an intriguing question – what happens when kids, conceived via artificial insemination, grow up and start looking for their dad? Read More...

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Dreamy Reception for "Inception," "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" FLOPS! See the Top 10 Box-Office Films! 


Director Christopher Nolan's "Inception" debuted at the No. 1 spot for this weekend proving that a film does not have to be a remake, a sequel, or be based on a popular comic book to top the current crop of films at the box-office.

Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, "Inception" opened big with $60.4 million topping the actor's previous best of $41.1 million for Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island." (Check out my "Inception" movie review right here)

Warner Bros., the studio behind "Inception," wisely chose the mid-July opening date since it has been shaping up to be the studio's lucky weekend. Both "The Dark Knight" and "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" had the same mid-July opening dates .

Of course, the final "Harry Potter" will open the same weekend next year, and the third "Batman" flick from Nolan will also debut the same weekend two years from now.

The strong reviews for "Inception" will help the flick shoulder on through the dog days of summer. Meanwhile, previous weekend's No. 1 flick, Universal's "Despicable Me," slipped to No. 2 with a respectable $32.7 million box-office take. So far, the fun animated film featuring the voice of Steve Carell has raised its 10-day total to $118.4 million.

The sad news of the weekend belonged to Disney and its "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" starring Nicolas Cage and Jay Baruchel. The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced film was a resounding flop opening at No. 3 with $17.4 million. If we factor in its opening total since premiering Wednesday, the film has made a measly $24.5 million.

All I can say is, let's bring in more original ideas and forget sequels and remakes! The top 2 films of the weekend are ORIGINAL! See? It pays off at the box-office. Are you listening Hollywood?

Here's the estimated Top 10 Box-Office films for weekend of July 16th:

1. "Inception," $60.4 million.

2. "Despicable Me," $32.7 million.

3. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," $17.4 million.

4. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," $13.5 million.

5. "Toy Story 3," $11.7 million.

6. "Grown Ups," $10 million.

7. "The Last Airbender," $7.5 million.

8. "Predators," $6.8 million.

9. "Knight and Day," $3.7 million.

10. "The Karate Kid," $2.2 million.

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Coming Soon to Theaters Near You, John Edwards the Movie! 


Aaron Sorkin has acquired the rights to the book "The Politician: An Insider's Account of John Edwards' Pursuit of the Presidency and the Scandal That Brought Him Down" by Andrew Young.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sorkin will make his feature directorial debut with the project, which he will also write and produce.

The book chronicles Edwards' 2008 presidential primary run, and of course, the salacious scandal involving his mistress and their child. Intriguing!

And no other than Sorkin, "The West Wing" creator, is best to handle this film.

Sorkin told THR, "This is a first-hand account of an extraordinary story filled with motivations, decisions and consequences that would have lit Shakespeare up...There's much more to Andrew's book than what has been reported, and I'm grateful that he's trusting me with it."

Sorkin wrote the screenplay for David Fincher's "The Social Network" about our favorite social networking site Facebook, and he also co-wrote the adaptation of "Moneyball."

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