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New DVD Releases – Tuesday February 26, 2008

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008



Some good DVD releases this week. Enjoy!

  • Beowulf (Action/Adventure) – In a time of heroes, the mighty warrior Beowulf slays the demon Grendel and incurs the wrath of its monstrous yet seductive mother, in a conflict that transforms a king into a legend.

    Cast: Angelina Jolie, Anthony Hopkins, Robin Wright Penn, Ray Winstone, Crispin Glover, John Malkovich; Directed by: Robert Zemeckis

    View the movie trailer

    Buy Beowulf movie posters here

  • The Darjeeling Limited (Comedy) – “The Darjeeling Limited” starring Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody and Jason Schwartzman is an emotional comedy about three brothers re-forging family bonds. The eldest, played by Wilson, hopes to reconnect with his two younger siblings by taking them on a train trip across the vibrant and sensual landscape of India.

    Cast: Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Jason Schwartzman, Natalie Portman, Anjelica Huston; Directed by: Wes Anderson

    View the movie trailer

    Buy The Darjeeling Limited movie posters here

  • 30 Days of Night (Horror/Thriller) – Based on the Steve Niles graphic novel. In a sleepy, secluded Alaska town called Barrow, the sun sets and doesn’t rise for over thirty consecutive days and nights. From the darkness, across the frozen wasteland, an evil will come that will bring the residents of Barrow to their kness. The only hope for the town is the Sheriff and Deputy, a husband and wife who are torn between their own survival and saving the town they love.

    Cast: Josh Hartnett, Ben Foster, Melissa George, Danny Huston, Craig Hall, Kate O’Rourke; Directed by: David Slade

    View the movie trailer

    Buy 30 Days of Night movie posters here

    Special Editions:

    • The Last Emperor
    • Silk

Beowulf

Friday, November 23rd, 2007

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Beowulf is playing in theaters now. Be sure to check out the brand new additions to the official site, BeowulfMovie.com including:

  • Explore the lair of Grendel’s Mother in Special Features
  • Watch exclusive clips and featurettes of Beowulf and interviews with the cast and director Robert Zemeckis in the Video section
  • Send your friend an E-Card from Beowulf, Grendel, or Grendel’s Mother in Special Features
  • Learn more about the origin of Beowulf in Beowulf Books
  • Listen to an all-star lineup of cast & crew talking about the making of Beowulf in the Podcasts section – be sure to subscribe or check in again later in the week for the upcoming podcast featuring
  • Beowulf director Robert Zemeckis
  • Download the newest Beowulf wallpapers or buddy icons in Downloads

Buy the movie posters: Beowulf Movie Posters


Beowulf Movie Review

Friday, November 16th, 2007

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You know what you’re doing this weekend. You’re going to see Beowulf. Aren’t you? The review is in and Beowulf is a “must see” for it’s groundbreaking CGI and breathtaking images. You don’t want to miss this one.

Robert Zemeckis’ new film Beowulf offers a powerful reminder of how far we’ve come, and perhaps have yet to go, in the ever-expanding world of special effects. It’s a majestic film, absolutely breathtaking to behold, and yet so many people will complain (and in fact already have) because they think the characters’ eyes are dead or the rhythms of their movement aren’t realistic enough. CGI was in its infancy 20 years ago, and we are now capable of rendering virtually anything on film; meanwhile audiences are so familiar with the process that they are steadily less impressed the more sophisticated these creatures, characters and landscapes become. How cynical have we become that we no longer appreciate works of art, instead search desperately for their flaws?

All of which is why Beowulf is not merely a very good film, but an important one. Not necessarily important in some specific cultural sense, or even perhaps within the timeline of cinema history; but Zemeckis has effectively combined the oldest storytelling form in the English language with the most up-to-date technology possible, in the process creating a singular work of art that reminds us timelessness and modernity are opposite sides of the exact same coin, at least where movies are concerned.

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Movie Releases: Friday November 16, 2007

Friday, November 16th, 2007

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Beowulf, Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium, and Love in the Time of Cholera open in theaters Friday November 16, 2007.


Beowulf Review

Friday, November 9th, 2007

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Beowulf is both exciting and beautiful, but you must see it in 3D Imax.

If talk of Beowulf conjures up images of listless poetry lessons at school then think again – the new big screen version of the Anglo-Saxon epic is one of the most exciting and viscerally accomplished films of the year. Using performance-capture technology and crystal clear 3D imagery, director Robert Zemeckis fully immerses the viewer in a mythical world of warriors, monsters and demons, and in doing so makes his best film for more than a decade.

Which is no mean feat as the source material is challenging to say the least. The 3,000-line poem was written sometime in the sixth century and revolves about a Viking warrior who saves an ancient Danish kingdom from destruction at the hands of a terrible beast. The plot is pure Hollywood, but the convoluted and disparate nature of the original text couldn’t be further from modern, three-act screenplay structure. Writers Neil Gaiman and Roger Avary have decided to play fast and loose with the story however, filling in the poem’s many blanks to create a convincing and wholly satisfying adventure about the battle between good and evil and the nature of true heroism.

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Beowulf

Friday, September 7th, 2007

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Synposis:
In a legendary time of heroes, the mighty warrior Beowulf (Ray Winstone) battles the demon Grendel and incurs the hellish wrath of the beast’s ruthlessly seductive mother (Angelina Jolie). Their epic clash forges the timeless legend of Beowulf.

Cast: Angelina Jolie, Anthony Hopkins, Robin Wright Penn, Ray Winstone, Crispin Glover, John Malkovich; Directed by: Robert Zemeckis

In Theaters: November 16, 2007

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Malkovich Talks Beowulf

Tuesday, December 19th, 2006

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If you want to know the scoop then you must read on:

In an exclusive interview with IGN, Eragon villain John Malkovich let slip a few morsels about his next fantasy flick, director Robert Zemeckis’ version of Beowulf.

Malkovich pointed out that he is not simply providing a voice for the motion-capture film. “No, it’s not that. You do everything but then it’s given a form of computer animation afterwards. But, no, we were all on set. We were all acting. It’s not film. There’s no film, there’s no lights. There are video references that the specialists and technicians utilize, but it’s actually all recorded on computer and all the data is fed to the technicians and then they will animate it.”

And while most animated characters are given traits and attributes shared by their real-life voice actors, Beowulf will be pushing the visual envelope.

“I will to some extent look and sound like myself,” notes Malkovich. “But Ray Winstone, who plays Beowulf, will be seven feet tall and will look sort of like an amalgam of portraits of Jesus and Ray. Tony Hopkins will weigh 600 pounds. It was really an amazing experience. I know they are still hard at work on it. We shot it last year … and there’s probably still a year to go.”

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