Monday, March 30, 2009

The Ugly Truth

A question romantisch morning show producer (Katherine Heigl) is reluctantly in a series of outrageous tests by her chauvinistic correspondent (Gerard Butler) to his theories on relationships and help her find love.

His clever tricks, but to an unexpected result

Star (s) to watch: Katherine Heigl ( "Valentine," "Under Siege 2: Dark Territory," "Wish Upon a Star") as Abby Richter, and Gerard Butler ( "300", "Tomorrow Never Dies," "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life ") as Mike Alexander.

Director (s): Robert Luketic.

Producer (s): Deborah Jelin Newmyer, Kimberly di Bonaventura, Steven Reuther, Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi &.

Fact: Katherine Heigl is half Irish and half German. It was # 1 in the year 2008, the "Top 99 sexy women in the World" survey. It was also considered one of the top 25 in Entertainment Weekly of the Entertainers Of The Year (2007).

Note: Gerard Butler was chosen as the most attractive man of the year 2005 by hello! Magazine. It was also confirmed by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history.

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance.

Release Date: 3 April 2009

Rating: Coming soon.

Official Website:



Sunday, March 22, 2009

'PASSENGERS', in the mystery form Flying Aircraft Accident

Players: Anne Hathaway, Patrick Wilson, Clea DuVall

Summers Claire (Anne Hathaway) is a psychiatrist assigned to help the victims of the 5 survivors of an aircraft accident. Claire must strive to help these people go through five times traumatis in their lives.

When they started this group, Claire found some things out. For example, the fifth person this never come to terms whether the plane exploded before falling, or vice versa. The airline itself never states that there is an explosion that occurred before the plane fell.

During the therapy, Claire and more familiar with Eric (Patrick Wilson), one of the 5 people accident victims the most closed. When this proximity to the start menjurus love, one by one the victims of accidents that began to disappear without reason. Claire thinks Eric have relevance to the loss of these people, but Claire did not have enough evidence. In addition, there is still a mystery that he could not answer.

Movie people have a pattern that can be predicted. For example, they usually do not do large-scale campaign when a film is predicted will fail in the market. And it also happens with the film director Rodrigo Garcia landing this. There are some who slit the film fails to make a thriller that so able to make audiences sit sweet ending to the film and feel satisfied with the performance are.

One of the plot that it is less convincing in a certain point so that the logic a little tease spectators. For example, the airline may be how can pass the investigation authorities, and a young psychiatrist to participate in the intervention in this investigation. Or a coincidence that quite impossible if the fifth survivor chance to stay at a location adjacent. Actually quite trivial, but also disrupt enough.

Enough number of characters involved in the braided story also ultimately increase the flow complex and sometimes make penokohan be felt less solid. Meanwhile, from the akting, the pemerannya also not too spectacular even though it can not be spelled out as well. A clear point tumpu error is pouring on the initial idea into a story which is quite credible. It is time to see the Sixth SENSE PASSENGERS this. The first one feels more solid though both use the trick ending ala twisted director M Night Shyamalan. (Source: Kapanlagi)

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

The Last House on the Left (2009) - Ny Times Review

Three years ago the French director Alexandre Aja spun Wes Craven’s cannibal classic, “The Hills Have Eyes,” into horror-movie gold. The polishing of the Craven oeuvre — and the punishing of innocent families — continues with “The Last House on the Left,” a toned-down, tarted-up remake of that auteur’s infamously brutal 1972 debut film.

A study of operatic vengeance and dueling family values, this stylish renovation by Dennis Iliadis remains mostly true to the original story of a bereaved couple (Tony Goldwyn and Monica Potter) whose teenage daughter (Sara Paxton) is attacked by a clan of on-the-lam sociopaths. Replacing the earlier movie’s more depraved sequences with sustained tension and truly unnerving editing, the director proves adept at managing mayhem in cramped spaces: a six-person struggle in a barreling S.U.V. is a small miracle of controlled chaos.

Working with the cinematographer Sharone Meir (who shot the marvelously oppressive “Mean Creek”), Mr. Iliadis alternates visceral violence — a knife slowly entering a girl’s quivering stomach, a garbage disposal chewing relentlessly on a man’s hand — with interludes of dreamy anxiety. And though I have never actually heard a skull exploding in a microwave, I suspect the movie’s sound designers deserve some kind of an award: thanks to them, the damage one can inflict with small appliances and a giant grudge is all too clear.

“The Last House on the Left” is rated R (Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian). Characters are raped, stabbed, shot, mangled and fed to labor-saving devices.


Opens on Friday nationwide.

Directed by Dennis Iliadis; written by Adam Alleca and Carl Ellsworth, based on the film by Wes Craven; director of photography, Sharone Meir; edited by Peter McNulty; music by John Murphy; production designer, Johnny Breedt; produced by Mr. Craven, Sean Cunningham and Marianne Maddalena; released by Rogue Pictures. Running time: 1 hour 49 minutes.

WITH: Tony Goldwyn (Dr. John Collingwood), Monica Potter (Emma Collingwood), Sara Paxton (Mari Collingwood), Garret Dillahunt (Krug), Spencer Treat Clark (Justin), Martha MacIsaac (Paige), Aaron Paul (Francis) and Riki Lindhome (Sadie).

Copyright 2007 All Right Reserved. shine-on design by Nurudin Jauhari. and Published on Free Templates