Good! I saw an advanced press screening last night, and let me tell ya...it's epic alright!
As far as the ending? It works!
I know, all these talks about the controversial ending, and the one that director Baz Luhrmann chose worked with the story.
But the breakout star from the film? Brandon Walters as Nullah, the young boy who's part white/part aborigines -- certainly, one of the best Child Actors of 2008.
I will post my full review on Monday, but for now, just trust me, you will like the movie.
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Mister Eugene served in the White House for 34 years. Can you imagine the stories he can tell?
That's why Columbia Pictures purchased Allen's life rights, and they're eager to get this film going.
Hhhmmmm...who should star? Click here to read the full article.
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Many fans are calling this romantic comedy a fantastic film! It's about battle re-enactments and one man's quest to win back his wife!
The DVD comes out on Feb. 2nd, but you can watch this film on MySpace Jan. 27th!
Click here for more info.
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In recent years, Walt Disney Pictures’ animated films do not match the quality of the movies the studio makes in collaboration with Pixar Animation. If the flick does not have Pixar’s stamp of approval, chances are it’s not that great.
I hate to sound elitist but just this year alone, the Disney/Pixar movie “WALL-E” trumps even those highly-rated animated films such as “Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who” and “Kung Fu Panda.”
The reason I’m putting “Bolt” under my Pixar magnifying glass is because the movie is the first Walt Disney Animation Studios film that’s conceived and produced under the guidance of John Lasseter, the Oscar-winning director of “Toy Story,” “A Bug’s Life,” “Toy Story 2,” and “Cars.” Read More...
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I love "The Host." It was one of my favorite films of 2007.
Hollywood should learn how to make monster movies from Korean director BONG Joon-ho. The set-up, the thrills, the action, the complete package is similar to the nail-biting intensity of "Jaws."
So surprise, surprise, Universal wants a remake!
Just a word of advice, be great
Click here to read Joon-ho's remarks about the planned remake.
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