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Bedtime Stories Movie Posters

Friday, October 31st, 2008

Bedtime Stories

Bedtime Stories open in the theaters, December 25th and we have the original, double-sided one sheet movie poster. Adam Shankman directs an all star cast (Adam Sandler, Guy Pearce, Keri Russell, Courtenay Cox, Jonathan Pryce and Lucy Lawless) in this unusual comedy about a hotel handyman whose life is changed forever when the bedtime stories he tells his niece and nephew start to mysteriously come true.

Release date: Thursday December 25, 2008
Genre: Comedy/Adventure
Director: Adam Shankman
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
Screenplay: Matt Lopez, Tim Herlihy
Producer(s): Adam Sandler, Andrew Gunn, Jack Giarraputo
Cast: Adam Sandler, Guy Pearce, Keri Russell, Richard Griffiths, Courteney Cox, Lucy Lawless, Teresa Palmer, Russell Brand, Aisha Tyler, Jonathan Pryce
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Rating: None
Available film art: Bedtime Stories movie posters

An adventure comedy starring Adam Sandler as Skeeter Bronson, a hotel handyman whose life is changed forever when the bedtime stories he tells his niece and nephew start to mysteriously come true. He attempts to take advantage of the phenomenon, incorporating his own aspirations into one outlandish tale after another, but it’s the kids’ unexpected contributions that turn Skeeter’s life upside down.

From Director Adam Shankman (“Hairspray,” “The Wedding Planner”), “Bedtime Stories” features an all-star cast, including Adam Sandler, Guy Pearce, Keri Russell, Courteney Cox and Russell Brand.

Adam Sandler, Jack Giarraputo and Andrew Gunn are producing, while Adam Shankman, Jennifer Gibgot, Garrett Grant and Ann Marie Sanderlin are executive producing.

The Other End of the Line Movie Posters

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

The Other End of the Line

Release date: October 31st, 2008
Genre: Comedy
Director: James Dodson
Studio: MGM Pictures
Screenplay: Tracey Jackson
Producer(s): Ashok Amritraj
Cast: Jesse Metcalfe, Shriya Saran, Anupam Kher, Sara Foster, Austin Basis, Larry Miller
Official Site:
Rating: R for violence/gore and language
Available film art: The Other End of the Line movie posters
Runtme: 1 hour 46 minutes

India-America cross-cultural romantic comedy based on a Tracey Jackson screenplay, “Other End” centers around an Indian call-center operative who travels to San Francisco to be with a man she has only met over the phone.

Friday the 13th Set Visit

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

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IGN visits the set of Friday the 13th. Read what they have to say:

“In a movie like this, it’s not about the torture,” notes producer Andrew Form about his upcoming Friday the 13th remake. “The killings are fun.”

Such is the kind of distinction one can only make on the set of a horror movie, where every piece of lacerated flesh is pored over for maximum provocation. But especially for Form, who with Brad Fuller co-produced both of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies that helped make “torture porn” a part of the cinematic vernacular, it’s an important one. “I mean, it’s scary, but it’s not a torture movie. That was one of the things that really excited us about this franchise and making this movie.”

On no less than Friday, June 13, 2008, IGN visited the set of Friday the 13th, a relaunch of the classic horror franchise set to be released on February 13, 2009. According to Form, their update promises to get away from the franchise crossovers and space adventures of later installments and return hockey-masked killer Jason Voorhees to the original tone and location of the early films. “The important things were who Jason is,” Form explains. “Where he comes from, which to us is Crystal Lake, and to set the movie in Crystal Lake, which the franchise got away from. That was very important to us, to go back there.”

Fuller and Form have shepherded a number of remakes to the silver screen in recent years, including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Amityville Horror and The Hitcher. Appropriately, they not only have considerable knowledge of the original series from which they take inspiration, but understand the different kinds of new films that audiences like. Describing the process by which they borrowed and combined scenes from the original Friday films for their new one, Fuller explains, “There was a lot of things in the first four – we took kills that we loved and story points that we thought were great and put them into a blender. That seems to be the back of this film.”

“It’s not a remake of any one of them per se, it’s just kind of taking some of those story points and putting them together.”

At the same time, Fuller reassures audiences that his and Form’s pedigree as purveyors of graphic horror films does not mean that this iteration of Jason’s misadventures will be a purely bloody affair. “We wanted to have a fun horror movie,” he says. “When I say fun I don’t mean funny, but just everyday kids hanging out and having sex and smoking weed. As a production company and as producers, Drew and I have spent so much time in basements dismembering people, but it kind of wears on you so we wanted to kind of get out of that and have a movie that takes place outside and have hot girls running around and a more fun type of horror movie.”

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Soul Men Movie Posters

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

Soul Men

Release date: Friday November 7, 2008
Genre: Comedy
Director: Malcolm D. Lee
Studio: Alliance Films/Dimension Films
Screenplay: Robert Ramsey, Matthew Stone
Cast: Samuel L. Jackson, Bernie Mac, Sean Hayes, Sharon Leal, Jennifer Coolidge, Isaac Hayes, Ken Davitian
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Rating: R for pervasive language, and sexual content including nudity
Available film art: Soul Men movie posters

Jackson and Mac will play two former backup soul singers who are part of a famed group. They haven’t spoken to each other in 20 years but reluctantly agree to travel together for a tribute performance in honor of their recently deceased band leader.

Bolt Movie Posters

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008


Release date: Friday November 21, 2008
Genre: Family/Animation/Adventure/Comedy
Director: Chris Williams, Byron Howard
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
Screenplay: Dan Fogelman, Chris Williams
Producer(s): Clark Spencer/John Lasseter
Cast: John Travolta, Thomas Haden Church, Woody Harrelson, Bruce Greenwood, Bernie Mac, Miley Cyrus
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Rating: PG for some mild action and peril
Available film art: Bolt movie posters

From Walt Disney Pictures comes an animated comedy adventure featuring a super-dog named BOLT (voice of JOHN TRAVOLTA), whose days are filled with danger and intrigue-at least until the cameras stop rolling. When the star of a hit TV show is accidentally shipped from his Hollywood soundstage to New York City, he begins his biggest adventure yet-a cross-country journey through the real world to get back to his owner and co-star, Penny (voice of MILEY CYRUS). Armed only with the delusions that all his amazing feats and powers are real, and the help of two unlikely traveling companions-a jaded, abandoned housecat named Mittens (voice of SUSIE ESSMAN) and a TV-obsessed hamster named Rhino (voice of MARK WALTON)-Bolt discovers he doesn’t need superpowers to be a hero.

New DVD Releases – Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Monday, October 27th, 2008

Journey to the center of the earth Kit Kittredge

Here are the movie opening this week:

  • Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D(Family) – Cast: Brendan Fraser, Josh Hutcherson, Anita Briem; Directed by: Eric Brevig

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    View the trailer and read the synopsis

  • Kittredge: An American Girl (Family) – Cast: Abigail Breslin, Stanley Tucci, Joan Cusack, Glenne Headly, Willow Smith; Directed by: Patricia Rozema

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    View the trailer and read the synopsis

  • High School Musical 3: Senior Year Review

    Friday, October 24th, 2008

    High Musical 3 Poster

    High School Musical 3: Senior Year is worth seeing.

    It’s not every day that critics see a dark, unredeeming portrait of police corruption and a sunny, spectacular musical within the span of a few hours. But that happened recently to this reviewer thanks to back-to-back screenings of Pride and Glory and High School Musical 3: Senior Year. Interestingly, of the two films I preferred HSM3 even without having seen its made-for-TV predecessors, although it’s unclear if I was so demoralized by Pride and Glory that I would have latched onto any expression of hope or humanity, or if I actually found it genuinely entertaining. But in either case, the third installment in Disney’s cash-cow musical series is a colorful and enthusiastic – if not especially intelligent – film that makes a successful transition to the big screen thanks to some terrific production numbers and the irresistible charisma of its ensemble cast.

    Zac Efron (Hairspray) plays Troy Bolton, a star player on East High School’s basketball team who gets recruited to star in a musical, the theme of which is Senior Year. Troy’s college plans are secure thanks to a basketball scholarship at a local university, but his girlfriend Gabriella (Vanessa Hudgens) is headed for Stanford, leaving their relationship in limbo. In the meantime, Sharpay Evans (Ashley Tisdale) conspires to take over Gabriella’s role in the production so she can win a scholarship to Julliard, and enlists her twin brother Ryan (Lucas Grabeel) to court writer-composer Kelsi (Oleysa Rulin) and win her support. As his friends weigh in with their opinions and his parents conspire to help him make a decision, Troy must ultimately decide what is most important to him – his basketball career, his burgeoning passion for musical theater, or his love for his girlfriend Gabriella – as Senior Year, and his senior year, comes to a triumphant close.

    One of my colleagues recently defended the overly critical or even dismissive point of view that many reviewers will take with pre-fab entertainment like High School Musical 3, saying there’s no reason that any movie can’t be good no matter how low the bar is set for it to be considered a success. He’s right – any generic or clichéd story can still be well done – but there is also an argument that can be mounted, especially for films like this one, that traditional (i.e. adult) critics are not its designated audience. As such, the same standards that would be applied to, say, There Will Be Blood, cannot be applied to it. Additionally, a movie like this isn’t meant to be good for the reasons that we would usually consider when watching other films. So when it does execute moments poorly, it’s tough to be quite as critical – unless, of course, one was expecting to dislike it in the first place. (In which case, why see the film at all?)

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    Changeling Movie Review

    Friday, October 24th, 2008


    Angelina Jolie turns in an Oscar winning performance in Changeling.

    Please be advised that this review contains some SPOILERS. Directed by Clint Eastwood from a screenplay by Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski, Changeling recounts the Prohibition era true story of Christine Collins (Angelina Jolie), a single mom whose son Walter vanishes while she is at work. A fruitless search continues for months until one day Christine receives the news she’s been praying for: her son’s been found alive and is coming home.

    But when Christine arrives at the train station — besieged by cops and reporters — to be reunited with her son, she finds that this boy is not Walter. She repeatedly says as much to Captain J.J. Jones (Jeffrey Donovan), but the media savvy cop doesn’t want to hear it. The scandal-plagued LAPD — the subject of many a radio tirade by the activist Reverend Briegleb (John Malkovich) — wants this high-profile case closed. They intimidate Christine into initially agreeing to accept that this boy is her son whose appearance has been radically altered by his ordeal.

    The usually meek Christine starts to fight back against the cops, a virtually unheard of reaction especially by a woman of that time. The LAPD, though, have a way of dealing with those who make them look bad or threaten them in any way. For women, this is to brand them as mentally unsound and toss them into the hospital psychopath ward. This is what happens to Christine, adding one nightmare to another. Thanks to the intervention of Reverend Briegleb, though, she is able to fight back against the system that failed to find her son and punished her for taking matters in her own hands. But another twist in the disappearance of Walter Collins is soon uncovered.

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    ‘High School Musical 3: Senior Year’ Star Gets Waxed

    Friday, October 24th, 2008

    High School Musical 3 Zac

    High School Musical 3: Senior Year star Zac Efron gets the wax treatment.

    The wax figure of Zac Efron Unveiled at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas LAS VEGAS, Oct. 22 Madame Tussauds Las Vegas joined the High School Musical 3: Senior Year phenomenon today with the unveiling of a new figure of Zac Efron.

    Dressed in ‘Wildcats’ uniform and holding a basketball, the Zac figure stands in an interactive High School Musical 3: Senior Year themed environment where kids and fans of all ages can get up close to the movie star. The figure is surrounded by high school fixtures such as team pom-poms and megaphones, where fans can instantly become a fellow team member or spirited ‘Wildcats’ cheerleader.

    Joining in the fun at today’s figure unveiling was a crowd of local cheerleading and drill team groups, who got the energy going for fans, and visitors of the attraction alike, before the figure was unveiled to the public. It was a dream come true for these die-hard High School Musical fans, who got to stand next to and pose with their favourite celebrity.

    Idol to millions of children worldwide, the all-singing, all-dancing star was measured up for his replica earlier this year by Madame Tussauds sculptors whilst on the set of High School Musical 3: Senior Year.

    “We are thrilled to bring such a stunning figure and experience to the attraction for all the fans of Zac Efron and High School Musical 3: Senior Year,” stated Rosita Chapman, Attraction Manager for Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. “We know he will be a huge hit with fans, just like the movie.”

    The figure was launched ahead of the release of HSM3, where Zac reprises his role as basketball team captain Troy Bolton. His figure will be in Las Vegas for a limited engagement, and will relocate to Madame Tussauds Hollywood after its summer 2009 opening.

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    High School Musical 3: Senior Year arrive in theaters, October 24th.

    Changeling Movie Posters

    Friday, October 24th, 2008


    Release date: Friday October 24, 2008
    Genre: Thriller/Mystery
    Director: Clint Eastwood
    Studio: Universal Pictures
    Producer(s): Brian Grazer, Clint Eastwood, Rob Lorenz, Ron Howard
    Screenplay: J. Michael Straczynski
    Cast: Angelina Jolie, John Malkovich, Jeffrey Donovan, Colm Feore, Amy Ryan, Michael Kelly
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    Rating: R for some violent and disturbing content, and language
    Runtime: 2 hours 21 minutes
    Available film art: Changeling movie posters

    Angelina Jolie plays a woman whose son is abducted but retrieved; she suspects, however, that the returned child is not her kid. The woman must then confront corruption in the LAPD. The story is based on true events in 1920s Los Angeles.

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