Wednesday, December 23, 2009


Bill Murray recently offered the following in a skepticism junket press, "I saw a guy talking about the end of the world a couple of years ago and have not seen that either." Many feel that the most important critics of the new documentary called Close, well-regarded director behind American Movie and The Yes Men, more or less informs the world, including Murray, that the final form of a total economic collapse again next. "No, this time it is. Seriously." Based on surface impressions, the message does not sound unlike Michael Moore Close, recent capitalism: A Love Story, which is a diversion, considering that things are rather effed obvious now in the U.S. (the job market, health, Pundit-hungry media, two senseless "wars," alarming deficit, for starters). It is not necessary to prescribe "doomist" theorizing in order to shake a fist at fear online, but several thousand to do on a daily basis. But what separates Collapse in capitalism is the man who professes the nation and the world of revelry and anxiety, destruction: Michael Ruppert.

He is by no means a household name (yet?) Or even as well known as Alex Jones, but the role as a narrator openly visible Ruppert "truth" goes back to the '90s when he began to state publicly that the CIA was accomplice of cocaine / crack distribution throughout the country. Such accusations, of course, were and are not only Ruppert's-see here, Iran-Contra, Ruppert et al-but says he was aware of information during its time as an LAPD narcotics detective made him stand out and difficult to politicians and the media flatly denies. He also claims he was fired from the LAPD for similar reasons. In subsequent years, Ruppert has continued as an investigative journalist and associated with the questioning 9 / 11, and his positions on such controversial issues have come hot on small, independent papers like crack for the CIA and Consequences: Unanswered Questions 9 / 11.

Collapse is easily the most important and widely revised doc to feature Ruppert, and also the first of its kind to focus exclusively on it as a subject. The document says it is a factual presentation of views Ruppert and views on the end of civilization as we know, and consists of Ruppert explains how the future will play out as it sits in a room "that looks like a bunker "to borrow from the official synopsis. The use of the word "bunker" implies to me that the film is very aware of the strip near Ruppert modern conspiracy, but according to many reviews, see below-which is totally convincing. Many critics of this year's Toronto International Film Festival Ruppert cited dependence on facts and data as an important force that resonated beyond schtick Moore, EW Owen Gleiberman wrote in a positive review and contemplative ...

Friday, December 11, 2009

'NEW YORK, I LOVE YOU', Knitting Love in the City of New York

Cast: Bradley Cooper, Andy Garcia, Rachel Bilson, Natalie Portman, Orlando Bloom, Christina Ricci, Maggie Q, Ethan Hawke, Anton Yelchin, James Caan, Shia LaBeouf, Shu Qi, Robin Wright Penn

New York, an enchanting city. In the middle of the city that never sleeps, love is something that never left the hearts of the inhabitants. In a way that sometimes unique, funny, sometimes touching, these people tried to weave the threads of love that ultimately formed the New York City itself.

Twelve directors trying to define the meaning of love in a short film of their work about five minutes duration. These twelve short films is tied with red thread that links the twelve separate stories into one harmonious whole while on the other side of each story stands by itself.

Inspired by the film PARIS, Je T'aime 2006 outstanding year ago, producer Emmanuel Benbihy who also gave birth to the birth of Paris, Je T'aime trying to repeat the same concept with different locations. Big names like Andy Garcia, Rachel Bilson, Natalie Portman, Orlando Bloom, Christina Ricci, Maggie Q, Shia LaBeouf, Shu Qi and Robin Wright Penn was involved as a supporter of this film. (Source: Kapanlagi)

Monday, November 23, 2009


Nine tells the story of Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis), a world famous film director as he confronts an epic mid-life crisis with both creative and personal problems. He must balance the many women of his life, including his wife (Marion Cotillard), his mistress (Penelope Cruz), his film star muse (Nicole Kidman), his confidant and costume designer (Judi Dench), an American fashion journalist (Kate Hudson), the whore from his youth (Fergie) and his mother (Sophia Loren).

The original 1982 Broadway production of NINE, with music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, won five Tony Awards including Best Musical.

World famous film director Guido Contini reaches a creative and personal crisis of epic proportion while balancing the numerous women in his life including his wife, his mistress, his film star muse, his confidant and costume designer, an American fashion journalist, the whore from his youth and his mother.

Genres: Drama, Musical/Performing Arts and Adaptation
Release Date: December 25th, 2009 (wide)
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content and smoking.
The Weinstein Company
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Cast and Credits
Starring: Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, Sophia Loren, Nicole Kidman, Judi Dench
Directed by: Rob Marshall
Produced by: Arthur Kopit, Rob Marshall, John DeLuca

Saturday, November 7, 2009

'FANTASTIC MR. FOX ', The Fox The Adventures of Ingenious

Cast: George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Jarvis Cocker, Owen Wilson, Willem Dafoe

Long time Mr. Fox (George Clooney) leaves his old habits become chicken thieves tingal breeder's not far from the home of Mr.. Fox. Since the birth of Ash (Jason Schwartzman), Mr. Fox and his wife (Meryl Streep) prefer to live peacefully with his family. Everything suddenly changed when Kristopherson (Eric Anderson), a nephew of Mr. Fox came to visit.

As if awakened from a long sleep for twelve years, Mr.. Fox went back through his bad habits as a thief. Clear that the victims were three farmers around the home of Mr.. Fox. Mr. Fox did not realize that what he was doing was more than just bring back old habits but also endanger the lives of family and his fellow animals in the area.

Because annoyed with Mr. behavior. Fox, the three farmers began to strike back. They are not willing to use their cattle fox family party and was determined to kill all the foxes that were there. Now Mr. Fox should be accountable for his actions. He should be able to protect his family and all the animals that eventually caused Mr. harmed by. Fox. (Source: Kapanlagi)

Monday, November 2, 2009

'Horsemen' The Four Horsemen Of Hell

Being a single parent is difficult enough let alone have to go through a career as a cop who sometimes does not leave much time for other activities. But Aidan Breslin (Dennis Quaid) can not choose. He was a cop and he had to do its job well, although in his heart he wanted to devote more time to her sons.

Alex Breslin (Lou Taylor Pucci) as the eldest son had to take over the task of being a father and raising Sean Breslin (Liam James), his brother. When Aidan wants to improve the father-son relationship, the sadistic murders appeared to he handled. From the initial investigation, Aidan was sure that there will be four more murders because the killers seem to quote something from the Bible as the basis for a murder he did.

The emergence of Christianity (Zhang Ziyi), the adopted daughter of one victim of murder, then took a little bright spot in the investigation Aidan. Apparently Christian had a part in the events of this serial killer but that makes Aidan worry is that there is a possibility the killer is not just one or two people. In the suspected killers were four interrelated in this mysterious case.

To be honest, this movie actually does not offer anything new. Previous films had the same theme, although perhaps not exactly the same. Presentation was not too special because of the tension properly maintained until the film reaches its peak. But it was not entirely wrong from the director because the basic idea of this movie was actually not too fresh.

If there is the interesting, actually it is a sub plot about the condition of Aidan Breslin family is a mess. If a cop, Dennis Quaid was not too convincing, just as a father who tries to balance between work and family these actors appear more vibrant. Supported by the appearance of two young actors, Lou Taylor Pucci and Liam James could not ignored, the sub plot was actually feels more bite than the main plot.

But actually the worst of this film is Zhang Ziyi looks really bad. Zhang could not seem to deepen his character that is complex enough that there was only read out the text without adequate emotional support. If given the track record of Zhang's long enough, it seems the language is the main obstacle in this film Zhang. It could be this actress really is not capable of displaying emotions from language that is not too familiar on her tongue. (Source: Kapanlagi)

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Fight club

Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, Helena Bonham Carter, Meat Loaf, Zach Grenier, Richmond Arquette, David Andrews, George Maguire, Eugenie Bondurant, Christina Cabot, Sydney "Big Dawg" Colston, Rachel Singer, Christie Cronenweth, Tim De Zarn, Ezra Buzzington, Jared Leto, Peter Iacangelo

FIGHT CLUB is narrated by a lonely, unfulfilled young man (Edward Norton) who finds his only comfort in feigning terminal illness and attending disease support groups. An angry, violent, testosterone-saturated, darkly comic allegory on consumer culture and the reality of personal freedom, it's a film that dares to question American values in the most inventive ways since "Dr. Strangelove" -- although the comparison ends there. Like Tyler Durden himself, director David Fincher's FIGHT CLUB, based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, is startlingly aggressive and gleefully mischievous as it skewers the superficiality of American pop culture. Outstanding performances by Norton and Pitt are supported by a razor-sharp script and an arsenal of stunning visual effects that include computer animation and sleight-of-hand editing. But it's extraordinarily subversive for a studio picture -- anti-establishment in both theory and practice and Fincher must have had to fight off all kinds of nervous studio suits to keep it this undiluted.

Monday, October 5, 2009

'Bronson', Obsessive Becoming Famous People

Cast: Tom Hardy, Matt King, James Lance, Amanda Burton, Juliet Oldfield, Hugh Ross, Edward Bennett-Coles, Kelly Adams, Katy Barker, William Darke, Andrew Forbes

Michael Peterson (Tom Hardy) is a man who becomes obsessed with celebrity. Unfortunately he can not sing or act. This desire was finally achieved even in a very unnatural. He became known as Bronson, tough guys who never far from trouble.

At the age of 19 years, Michael decided to start running as a celebrity. Armed with guns and dreams become famous, he decided to rob the local office and the actions that drove him to jail for the first time. In prison he also wants to be famous people realized.

From the beginning Michael has been known to make trouble in prison. Several times he attacked prison guards until the warden should be transferred from one prison to another prison in the hope there is one place that could soften this rascal.

After the prison, he began to pursue free boxing and using the name Charles Bronson because he thought the actor Charles Bronson is a symbol of virility. Again and again he could not control myself and end up back behind bars. But even though he spends more time in prison than in the wild, the ideals he became famous has been reached. (Source: Kapanlagi)

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