Nowhere Boyfilm clip shows John Lennon meeting Paul McCartney for the first time. I really dig the hair dos on these kids. The movie is suppose to be one of the hot movies coming out this fall. Anything about The Beatles is hot as far as I am concerned.
Nowhere Boyis the “untold” story of how John Lennon and Paul McCartney met and formed the group call The Beatles. The story is based on John Lennon memoirs.
Ben Affleck directed The Town with the script by Aaron Stockard, Peter Craig and Affleck. The movie is based on Chuck Hogan’s novel “Prince of Thieves,” and was recently re-titled “The Town” to coincide with the film.
Devil has M. Night Shyamalan attached to it as co-writer and producer. The movie looks decent as a horror movie. In this film clip, it goes dark at the tail end, which I hate. If anyone has watched a horror flick, when the lights go out that means something shocking is going to happen. Sure enough, the clip gets a little frightening, right at the end.
The movie is about a group of people trapped in an elevator. Slowly but horrifically, they realize that the devil is among them. The question is: why is the devil in the elevator? My guess, you have to watch the movie to find out.
Li gets his first taste of American culture at a Disco Club!
If you know anything about living under Chairman Mao regime, then you know this story is about the survival of an artist – Li Cunxin.
I have the movie is out as a limited release, but if it’s in your city I recommend you see it. It’s based on a true story that made headlines — autobiography by Li Cunxin at age 11 was taken from his Chinese family and trained by his government to become a great ballet dancer and defected to the United States.
On behalf of Samuel Goldwyn Films and ATO Pictures, I am excited to present another brand new clip from Mao’s Last Dancer, in select theaters tomorrow! The film is an inspirational drama from Academy Award nominated director Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy Tender Mercies).
I think this is a cute scene and an interesting twist to creating a baby without “doing it.”
Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman star in The Switch, an offbeat comedy about Kassie, a smart, fun-loving single woman who, despite her slightly neurotic best friend Wally’s objections, decides it’s time to have a baby—even if it means doing it by herself… with a little help from a charming sperm donor (Patrick Wilson).
But, unbeknownst to her, Kassie’s plans go awry because of a last-minute switch that isn’t discovered until seven years later when Wally finally gets acquainted with Kassie’s precocious—though slightly neurotic—son. From the people behind “Little Miss Sunshine” and “Juno” comes “The Switch,” due in theaters this summer.
Katara & Zuko Battle – Air, Water, Earth, Fire. Four nations tied by destiny. The Fire Nation has declared war and only the Avatar, has the power to control all elements and bring peace to the war-torn world. Watch this battle of Fire against Water from The Last Airbender, a new film by M. Night Shyamalan, which opens in the UK August 13, 2010.
The acting in this scene is pure, I like it. Roger Jenkins playing off Julia Roberts is pure delight.
The movie is about Elizabeth Gilbert who has the perfect life — a husband, home and successful career — but despite appearances, the voice in her head can no longer be silenced. When her painful divorce brings her to a crossroads, Gilbert bravely steps out of her comfort zone, embarking on an adventure to find herself and honor what she really wants in life. In her global journey, she discovers food and wine in Italy, spirituality and prayer in India, and in Bali the inner peace she has sought.