Valentine’s Day

February 15, 2010

Valentine's Day poster

Valentine’s Day is a romantic movie that hits almost every bump of  a relationship. The movie follows 10 different story lines, with all different types of characters. The movie features  these 10 different people and show how they all are connected on this Valentine’s Day. Some are pretty obvious story plots while some others will surprise you. The star-studded cast does a fantastic job with all their different roles, except Taylor Swift. I am not sure whether her character is meant to come off as annoying as she does, but Taylor Swift’s parts are ones that you wish would be shorter to leave more time for the others.

It’s a very heartwarming movie and whether you are in a relationship or not, you will still walk out with a smile on your face!



Trailer Watch

February 10, 2010

Alice in Wonderland, coming out March 4, released a long trailer not long ago. In theatres you can view this trailer in 3-D, the way that the movie can be viewed. This is a movie that doesn’t appear to be one to miss. The trailer sucks you in to the strange world right from the beginning. And also does a good job of making the viewer understand that this isn’t the normal  story of Alice in Wonderland where she falls into the rabbit hole and behinds her journey, meeting all the wonderfully crazy characters along the way. Nope, this is another story. A different book. Although I have never read it I can understand by watching the trailer that Alice has been to Wonderland before and she is returning to find that Wonderland has been taking over by the Red Queen, played by Helena Bonham Carter. The White Queen, played by Anne Hathaway, is a character I am unfamiliar with but seems to be a crucial part. Johnny Depp plays the Mad Hatter, a great role for him, although his make-up and hair is beyond crazy. This movie will hopefully be a fun movie to watch and the graphics will hopefully take the viewer straight to Wonderland!

Take a look for yourself.

Up in the Air

February 8, 2010

Up in the Air is one of the ten films nominated for the Academy Awards this year, just announced last week. The film stars George Clooney as Ryan Bingham, who lives his life “in the air”.  His job requires him to fly from city to city firing workers from their jobs when their boss is not able to do it themselves. Ryan Bingham lives a routine life, knowing exactly how to get around an airport as quickly as possible. His dating and marriage views seem to resemble Mr. Clooney’s own life pretty well, giving him an easy character to portray. Anna Kendrick joins as Natalie Keener, a young woman with bright ideas for the future of the company. What she doesnt know is how the work is done and joins Ryan and he travels to fire others. She soon learns that everything cannot be done electronically, that some things are better to be done face to face.

This movie has an amazing script and was shot perfectly. The casting was right on, each person was able to hold their own on screen and not be out shone by anyone. The only problem to me was that it was not a feel good movie by the end. You do not walk out of the theater with a giant smile on your face thinking, “Wow that put me in such a great mood.” But don’t let that stop you from enjoying the rest of this movie, it truly is one to see.

Up in the Air Official Trailer:

An Entertainment filled Blog

February 1, 2010

This blog will be all about movies, television, theatre and trailers. Reviews will be posted and trailers will be analyzed. This is all in my own opinion, but I am a huge entertainment lover and try to include as much interesting information as possible.

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