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 Prometheus (2012)  

Prometheus (2012)


A team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth,


A team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a journey to the darkest corners of the universe.

There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race…

Prometheus (2012)  Theatrical Trailer




Directed by Ridley Scott
Produced by Ridley Scott
David Giler
Walter Hill
Written by Jon Spaihts
Damon Lindelof
Starring Noomi Rapace
Michael Fassbender
Guy Pearce
Idris Elba
Logan Marshall-Green
Charlize Theron
Music by Marc Streitenfeld
Cinematography Dariusz Wolski
Editing by Pietro Scalia
Studio Scott Free
Brandywine Productions
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s) June 8, 2012 (2012-06-08) (United States



| Comments (0) | April 4th, 2012

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I Am Number Four

I Am Number Four Movie Synopsis Three are dead. Who is Number Four?

John Smith (Alex Pettyfer) is a fugitive on the run from ruthless enemies sent to destroy him. Changing his identity, moving from town to town with his guardian Henri (Timothy Olyphant), John is always the new kid with no ties to his past. In the small Ohio town he now calls home, John encounters unexpected, life-changing events?his first love (Dianna Agron), powerful new abilities and a connection to the others who share his incredible destiny.

I Am Number Four” Theatrical Trailer


I Am Number Four release date: Friday February 18, 2011 genre: Action running time: 110 min. director: D.J. Caruso studio: DreawmWorks Pictures and Walt Disney Pictures producer(s): Michael Bay screenplay: Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, Marti Noxon cast: Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant, Teresa Palmer, Dianna Agron, Callan McAuliffe, Kevin Durand

| Comments (0) | March 23rd, 2011

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 ”Up In The Air”  

Movie Synopsis “Up In The Air”

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Release date: Friday December 4, 2009
Tuesday March 9, 2010 (dvd)
genre: Drama
running time: 109 min.
director: Jason Reitman
studio: Paramount Pictures
producer(s): Jason Reitman, Ivan Reitman, Daniel Dubiecki, Jeff Clifford
screenplay: Jason Reitman
cast: George Clooney, Vera Farmiga, Jason Bateman, Anna Kendrick






Up In the Air Movie Synopsis
The timely odyssey of Ryan Bingham (George Clooney), a corporate downsizer and consummate modern business traveler who, after years of staying happily airborne, suddenly finds himself ready to make a real connection.

Ryan has long been contented with his unencumbered lifestyle lived out across America in airports, hotels and rental cars. He can carry all he needs in one wheel-away case; he’s a pampered, elite member of every travel loyalty program in existence; and he’s close to attaining his lifetime goal of 10 million frequent flier miles?and yet… Ryan has nothing real to hold onto.

When he falls for a simpatico fellow traveler (Vera Farmiga), Ryan’s boss (Jason Bateman), inspired by a young, upstart efficiency expert (Anna Kendrick), threatens to permanently call him in from the road. Faced with the prospect, at once terrifying and exhilarating, of being grounded, Ryan begins to contemplate what it might actually mean to have a home.



“Up In The Air” – Official Trailer [HQ]


| Comments (0) | March 30th, 2011

 Pearl Harbor  

Movie Synopsis Pearl Harbor

Release date: Friday May 25, 2001 genre: Drama running time: 180 min. director: Michael Bay studio: Buena Vista Pictures producer(s): Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer screenplay: Randall Wallace cast: Tom Sizemore, Kate Beckinsale, Alec Baldwin, Ben Affleck, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Jon Voight, William Lee Scott, Dan Aykroyd, Josh Hartnett, Matthew Davis, Ewen Bremner, Jamie King, Colm Feore, Jennifer Garner, Catherine Kellner, Guy Torry, Greg Zola, Michael Shannon, Eric Christian Olsen

Pearl Harbor Movie Synopsis World War II has taken the world by storm, and Europe is feeling its efforts.Back in the United States, however, peace andtraquility prevail as the people refuse to get involved. On December 7, 1941,all this would change. Rafe McCawley (Affleck) and Danny Walker (Hartnett) grew up together and learned to fly in the dangerous

aviation practice of cropdusting. The two join the U.S. Army Air Corps where Rafe falls in love with a beautiful and courageous nurse,

Evelyn Johnson (Beckinsale), before volunteering to fight alongside the English pilots in the Battle of Britain. He leaves behind Evelynand Danny who are soon stationed together at Pearl Harbor. Taking advantage of the heavenly spot, new friendships and loves are formed,

unaware of the overwhelming forces moving toward them which would shatter their world and alter history.

Pearl Harbor” Theatrical Trailer


| Comments (0) | March 22nd, 2011

 Blade Runner (1982)  

Movie Synopsis Blade Runner

Blade Runner (1982), rising director Ridley Scott’s follow-up to his hit Alien (1979), is one of the most popular and influential science-fiction films of all time – and it has become an enduring cult classic favorite. But the enthralling film was originally a box-office financial failure, and it received negative reviews from film critics who called it muddled and baffling. It also wasn’t encouraging that it faced Spielberg’s E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) during its opening release.

It received only two Academy Award nominations without Oscars: Best Art Direction/Set Decoration, and Best Visual Effects. The evocative, inventive, stylistic film has improved with age and warrants repeated viewings. The dense, puzzling, detailed plot of the film is backed by a mesmerizing, melancholy musical soundtrack from Greek composer Vangelis – undeservedly overlooked for an Oscar nomination.

Stylistically, the film was arresting with fantastic, imaginative visual effects of a future Los Angeles conceived by futurist design artist Syd Mead, and influenced by the vision of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis (1927) and Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). [Mead had also been production designer for the same year's visually-pioneering TRON (1982), teamed with famed French futuristic illustrator Jean "Moebius" Giraud.] Another inspiration for the film was the 1974 science fiction book by novelist Alan E. Nourse titled The Bladerunner, set in the year 2014 about people who sold medical equipment and supplies to ‘outlaw’ doctors who were unable to obtain them legally. Many films have attempted to duplicate the dystopic, cyberpunkish look of Blade Runner, including Batman (1989), Johnny Mnemonic (1995), Strange Days (1995), The Fifth Element (1997), Dark City (1998), The Matrix (1999), and I, Robot (2004).

The ambitious, enigmatic, visually-complex film is a futuristic film noir detective thriller with all its requisite parts – an alienated hero of questionable morality, a femme fatale, airborne police vehicles called “Spinners”, dark sets and locations in a dystopic Los Angeles of 2019, and a downbeat voice-over narration. The film mixed in some western genre elements as well, and is thematically similar to the story in High Noon (1952) of a lone marshal facing four western outlaws.

The main character in Blade Runner is a weary, former police officer/bounty hunter who is reluctantly dispatched by the state to search for four android replicants (robotic NEXUS models) that have been created with limited life spans (a built-in fail-safe mechanism in case they became too human). [Dustin Hoffman and many other actors were considered for the role of the title character, blade-runner Deckard.] The genetically-engineered renegades have escaped from enslaving conditions on an Off-World outer planet. Driven by fear, they have come to Earth to locate their creator and force him to prolong their short lives.

The film’s theme, the difficult quest for immortality, is supplemented by an ever-present eye motif – there are various VK eye tests, an Eye Works factory, and other symbolic references to eyes as being the window to the soul. Scott’s masterpiece also asks the veritable question: what does it mean to be truly human? One of its main posters advertised the tagline: “MAN HAS MADE HIS MATCH – NOW IT’S HIS PROBLEM.”

The film’s screenplay (originally titled Dangerous Days and Android) by Hampton Fancher, and later supplemented by David Peoples, was based on science-fiction writer Philip K. Dick’s 1968 novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep


The film is set in the industrial wasteland of Los Angeles in the year 2019, on an Earth that is in physical and psychological decay – without a trace of nature. In the opening, panoramic long shot, fire belches out of oil refinery towers and factory smokestacks in the industrial overgrowth. There are thousands of city lights flickering in the misty night air. Futuristic vehicles cruise through the darkened, polluted sky where the sun doesn’t shine.

Blade Runner (1982)” Theatrical Trailer

Barely visible in the distance are two huge buildings with spotlights shining out of their tops. They are flat-topped pyramidal buildings hundreds of floors high, much higher than any other run-down skyscrapers below them. A huge, disembodied eye stares unblinkingly at the city stretched before it, reflecting back the city and a fiery smokestack in its clear surface.

[References to eyes are profoundly common and rampant throughout the film: eye symbolism, eye and vision motifs, glowing replicant eyes, Tyrell's magnifying glasses that emphasize his eyes, the Voight-Kampf empathy test that focuses on the subject's eyes, "Chew's Eye Works," the owl's wary eyes, and the gouging of eyes. The viewer has to be wary, however - vision doesn't necessarily guarantee certainty and truth for the viewer. The world of Blade Runner contains many simulations or fakes - photographs, memory implants, artificial animals (animoids), and of course, manufactured replicants.


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