Thursday, September 17, 2009

Last Chance Harvey, One Last Chance




Sometimes bad luck is coming repeatedly without being able to be rejected. Harvey Shine (Dustin Hoffman), for example, he is a writer jingle songs whose career was on the line. Harvey nearly lost his job despite his boss finally decided to give Harvey a chance again.

Harvey asked his superiors for permission to go to London so he could attend the wedding of his daughter Susan (Liane Balaban) who now lives with Jean (Kathy Baker), her mother and Brian (James Brolin), his stepfather. Harvey promised to be back in time to attend an important meeting.

On arrival in London, Harvey had to face severe disappointment because she would prefer instead accompanied by her stepfather Harvey. With all the power, Harvey tried to hide her disappointment and decided to return to New York early so he could take an important meeting at the company where he worked.

It is as inexhaustible, these efforts did not go smoothly because Harvey ultimately missed the flight and terminated on the spot when he tried to explain the problem to the boss.

But every storm would be over, too. Harvey meeting with a woman named Kate (Emma Thompson) in a bar and then grew into a love story that changed the course of two human lives.

The first obstacle will experience this film is its market share is very limited. Making a comedy-drama that tells about the romance of two middle-aged men are at high risk from the financial side. How not, potential viewers under the age of 40 years will certainly not interested in watching this movie when it ages range between 20 to 40 years is the biggest film market.

With limited market share, producers, directors and script writers have to work extra hard to ensure this movie could really attract a limited market that already. Seem to raise issues and mid-life crisis such as this movie is trying to attract quite effective even though the market may still not apply for those who are young.

Although this film is spoken in a slow tempo plus almost no tension or romance, but there is that makes this film so interesting. The first obviously is the story itself is interesting as the delivery was not impressive patronizing. The second is the alignment clearly a player in this movie. Without Emma Thompson contributed to underestimate this movie more of a Dustin Hoffman movie. Hoffman able to bring his role very well and it certainly did not escape the hours flying this veteran actor. (Source: Kapanlagi)

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

'The Invention of Lying', Origins Creation of Lies




Cast: Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Garner, Jonah Hill, Louis CK, Christopher Guest, Jeffrey Tambor, Rob Lowe, Tina Fey

In places where there never lie, a man who could lie managed to get huge profits from the lies he told. That's what happened to by a loser named Mark (Ricky Gervais). At least not everything went smoothly until it was beyond the control of Mark.

Out of nowhere Mark got the ability to lie in when no one else could do it. In a short time Mark saw no prospect of large profits from the ability not possessed by anyone else is. Obviously, submitted false story sounds much more interesting than the fact which is there and no one knows if the story was a lie because no one who knew the word lie.

Beginning has been running well this wasted no Mark. Unfortunately, because everyone thinks Mark hoax is the fact everyone else will believe it. Slowly but surely, the initial conditions pro Mark began to no longer be controlled and Mark was involved with all the weight problem lies. (source: kapanlagi)
 

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