Sherlock Holmes – trailer

Robert Downey Jr. , Jude Law, actiune la maxim, si un Sherlock Holmes, care nu seamana deloc cu cel din cartile pe care le-am citit, dar cine sunt eu sa judec ?  Trailerul arata prea awesome. Actiune + un pic de comedie, si sper ca o sa fie si un pic de mister, pentru ca vorbim totusi de Sherlock. Anyway, check trailer, si talk after.

Ratatouille – super film

Super film, un sobolan vede la TV o emisiune cu un mare bucatar, care avea motto “Everyone can cook” . Simpatic din fire, sobolanul stie fiecare mirodenie and stuff, si one day, trebe ca sa fuga cu familia din colonia de unde erau ei, pentru ca era o baba cretina care a inceput sa traga cu pusca. Stupid bitch.

Ajunge singurel in Paris, chiar  la restaurantul bucatarului respectiv, acolo actiunea e super faina, PIXAR s-au intrecut pe ei la grafica, a fost un moment in care aratau o casa, si m-am intrebat scurt daca e real sau desen.

Dialogurile sunt meseriase, iar la sfarsit monologul/reviewul lui Ego, este de-a dreptul epic.

Il recomand celor care vor sa se bage la somn cu zambetul pe buze 😉

Cheers

Trailer:

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Cate s in Indiana Jones

SHE was seduced by a school student in her last flick – and it looks like the age gap won’t be much different for Cate Blanchett’s next potential on-screen affair.

The sultry siren, who played high school teacher Sheba Hart in Notes on a Scandal, has just signed on to star alongside ageing Harrison Ford in an upcoming addition to the Indiana Jones series.

While the specifics of Blanchett’s role are being kept under wraps – along with David Koepp’s screenplay – it is believed the 36-year-old beauty will feature prominently in the flick.

However, it has been revealed Ford will definitely be reprising the title role he made famous in the ’80s – though at 64, and more than a quarter of a century after the original hit the big screen,  it’s unsure whether he will be more convincing in the role of intrepid archaeologist or one of his fossils.

Not that he is likely to be the oldest cast member on set, with Sean Connery also linked to the project – reprising his role as Indiana’s father.

Steven Spielberg will direct the flick – currently known simply as Fourth Instalment of the Indiana Jones Adventures – when it starts shooting in June, with Star Wars creator George Lucas signing on to produce.

Blanchett received an Oscar nomination for her role in Notes on a Scandal, in which she had to act out love scenes with 18-year-old up-and-comer Andrew Simpson.

Her Hollywood star has been constantly on the rise since picking up the best supporting actress Oscar in 2004 for The Aviator.

Star Wars Fan Movie Challenge 2007

 Media

AtomFilms and LucasFilms launched today the 2007 Star Wars Fan Movie Challenge. This is a yearly competition where the Star Wars community send in their fan films to be judged by George Lucas. Award recipients will have their film shown during Celebration IV and also on Spike TV. New for 2007 in the fan fiction category.”

Basic Instinct 2 is ‘worst film’

Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct 2

Basic Instinct 2 is the sequel to the 1992 sex-thriller


Basic Instinct 2 clip

Basic Instinct 2 has swept the Golden Raspberry Awards – the annual ceremony which mocks the worst of Hollywood ahead of the Oscars presentation. The film picked up four awards – or Razzies – for worst movie, worst actress for Sharon Stone, worst screenplay and also worst sequel.

Little Man, a comedy by the Wayans brothers, collected three Razzies, including the worst remake or rip-off.

M. Night Shyamalan was named worst director and worst supporting actor.

‘No reason to exist’

Basic Instinct 2 is the sequel to the sex-thriller that made Sharon Stone a star in 1992.

A Razzie award

The Razzie trophy is worth less than $5, organisers say

Razzies founder John Wilson said that although the actress still looked good in her late 40s, the film “had no reason to exist”.

“I mean, 14 years later – you haven’t got Michael Douglas – why are you making this?” Mr Wilson told the BBC’s Five Live Breakfast.

“And the box office proves there was no interest in it… When a $70m picture can’t make $6m, that’s pretty lame,” he said.

The Wayans brothers – Shawn and Marlon – were named worst screen couple and also shared the prize for worst actor.

Their Little Man film – a comedy about a tiny thief who disguises himself as a baby – was also awarded the Razzie for worst remake or rip-off.

Film-maker Shyamalan was named worst director and worst supporting actor for his film Lady in the Water.

The Razzie for worst supporting actress went to Carmen Electra for Date Movie and Scary Movie 4.

RV – a comedy starring Robin Williams – was chosen as worst excuse for family entertainment, in what was the newest Razzie category this year.

Mr Wilson created the Razzies in 1980. The dubious-distinction honours are decided in a vote by members of the Golden Raspberry Foundation.

Winners receive gold spray-painted trophies in the shape of a raspberry, which organisers say are worth less than $5.

Cage comic hero tops box office

Nicolas Cage in Ghost Rider

Ghost Rider is based on a Marvel Comic character

Comic book movie Ghost Rider has held on to top spot in the North American box office chart for a second week. The adventure, which stars Nicolas Cage as a man who gives up his soul to battle for justice, made an estimated $19.7m (£10m) from Friday to Sunday.

Jim Carrey thriller The Number 23, about a man obsessed with a book, opened in second with $15.1m (£7.8m).

Fantasy Bridge to Terabithia was in third place, with comedy Reno 911!: Miami in fourth.

NORTH AMERICAN BOX OFFICE

1. Ghost Rider ($19.7m)

2. The Number 23 ($15.1m)

3. Bridge to Terabithia (£13.6m)

4. Reno 911!: Miami ($10.4m)

5. Norbit ($9.7m)

Source: Media by Numbers

The spoof is based on a popular Comedy Central TV series Reno 911 and was made on a budget of less than $10m (£5.9m).

Eddie Murphy’s comedy Norbit slid from third to fifth.

New at 10 was British director Michael Apted’s Amazing Grace, starring Ioan Gruffudd as 18th Century anti-slavery pioneer William Wilberforce.

The 12 top movies together grossed an estimated $101.8m (£51.9), up 1.5% from the same weekend last year.