okay, so i just got back from watching the New Moon movie. tt was the very first movie i saw in theaters and i will never forget this! it's one of my favorite book and i had a chance to really get to see it in theaters! AND MY FIRST EVER MOVIE IN THEATERS! W.O.W!
anyway,i think the Movie is way better than Twilight! Chris Weitz did a really great job, specially with the sound effects!
- the part when jake hugged bella inside her room? we all screamed! it was like no other!… Continue
Added by leaCULLEN on November 21, 2009 at 5:09am —
I for one thought that it was true to the book. As well as the directing of the film was top notch. I soon will be starting a campaign for Chris Weitz to direct Breaking Dawn. I also like the fact that we got color in this film. The colors was so vibrant and at times in your face.. I also have to give credit to Kirsten Stewart. She really did breathe life into Bella this time around. I could actually feel her pain when Edward was… Continue
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Let me just start this out by saying that until I bought this double movie pack, I had NEVER seen Donnie Darko or have interest in it. It just seemed too……weird for me. Then again, I love The Cell and that’s not exactly a “normal” movie.
What can I say, I laughed and cried, I love when a film moves me like that. Outstanding performances by both Rob and Javier, beautiful settings, music and supporting cast. At first I just saw Rob, then I began to see Saldavor. Rob really put his heart and soul into the role.
After the film, Paul and Phillipa did a Q&A. Phillipa said she drew the first draft back in 2000. Someone asked if they had considered filming the movie in…Continue
"Little Ashes was shown tonight at the Cine Lumiere in London as part of the “Lorca on Film” film series. The film was introduced by director Paul Morrison and screenwriter Philippa Goslet. Anja was there and sent us her report:
What can I say, I laughed and cried, I love when a film moves me like that. Outstanding…Continue
If you want to know what's ailing Sundance, look no further than "Adventureland." It's directed by Greg Mottola, who made "Superbad" and the very fine "Daytrippers", so hopes were high at the premiere screening at the Eccles Theater last night. But if you programmed a computer with baseline parameters like "Sundance" "indie" "coming-of-age" "80s" "'hip' soundtrack" and "dream girl," it wouldn't just spit out something like "Adventureland" --…Continue