Friday, October 20, 2006

World Trade Center released

World Trade Center wass released 12 October 2006 , it's a 2 Hours 9 Minutes movie, directed by Oliver Stone, starring by Nicolas Cage, Maria Bello, Maggie Gyllenhaal.

It's a true story which happened on 11th September 2002. In the aftermath of the World Trade Center disaster, hope is still alive. Refusing to bow down to terrorism, rescuers and family of the victims press forward.

Their mission of rescue and recovery is driven by the faith that under each piece of rubble, a co-worker, a friend a family member may be found. This is the true story of John McLoughlin and William J. Jimeno, the last two survivors extracted from Ground Zero and the rescuers who never gave up.

It's a story of the true heroes of that fateful time in the history of the United States when buildings would fall and heroes would rise, literally from the ashes to inspire the entire human race.

Friday, October 13, 2006

A Rare Condition Leads to a New Definition of Gender Bending

When you think about movie news, what do you think of first? Which aspects of movie news are important, which are essential, and which ones can you take or leave? You be the judge.

Androgyny rules in “Zerophilia,” Martin Curland’s audacious feature about a fictional chromosomal abnormality that wreaks havoc with one’s genitals. When the virginal Luke (Taylor Handley) is energetically deflowered by a mysterious Englishwoman he encounters while camping, the incident triggers a dormant condition known as zerophilia, which causes sufferers — if that’s the word — to spontaneously change their sex. Thereafter, every orgasm comes with a price, and it’s not one you can charge to your credit card.

A novel teenage comedy with an astute understanding of adolescent sexual confusion and the nebulous nature of desire, “Zerophilia” suggests an elastic view of gender that’s alternately gleeful and terrifying. As Luke sprouts breasts during a romantic dinner with a date (Rebecca Mozo), then awakes after a night of passion to discover he has morphed into a curvaceous female (Marieh Delfino), the movie balances nightmare and fantasy with cool agility. Helped by assured performances from his mostly young cast — particularly Dustin Seavey and Alison Folland as Luke’s closest friends — Mr. Curland fashions his bizarre material into a surprisingly subtle exploration of identity and anxiety.

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Slow to get going, but worth the wait, “Zerophilia” is ultimately less about sex than about the rewards of friendship. “Being a woman doesn’t make you any less of a man,” says one of Luke’s friends, encouragingly. It’s a line Dietrich would have been thrilled to utter.

Written and directed by Martin Curland; director of photography, Graham Futerfas; edited by John Randle; music by Kevin McDaniels; production designer, Kenn Coplan; produced by Jay Whitney Brown, Mr. Curland, Alan Grossbard, Gregory J. Lanesey and Matt Radecki; released by Microangelo Entertainment. At the Village East, Second Avenue at 12th Street, East Village. Running time: 90 minutes. This film is not rated.

Now you can be a confident expert on movie news. OK, maybe not an expert. But you should have something to bring to the table next time you join a discussion on movie news.

Monday, October 09, 2006

about the movie newws

Actor/Comedian Tim Allen Ties the Knot

LOS ANGELES — Tim Allen tied the knot with his girlfriend of five years, actress Jane Hadjuk, in an intimate Colorado ceremony, his spokeswoman said Monday.
The couple's family were the only guests at the private affair, held Saturday in Grand Lake, Colorado, said Allen's publicist, Marleah Leslie. Allen's 17-year-old daughter, Katherine Dick, was among the attendees.
It is the first marriage for Hadjuk, 39, and the second for Allen, 53. He was previously married to Laura Deibel.
Hadjuk and Allen appeared together earlier this year in the children's action film "Zoom."
Allen will be seen in the upcoming "The Santa Clause 3" with Martin Short. He recently finished filming Disney's "Wild Hogs" with John Travolta, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy.

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Thursday, October 05, 2006


This article explains a few things about movie news, and if you're interested, then this is worth reading, because you can never tell what you don't know.

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The Superman myth is well told, from his birth on the doomed planet Krypton to his childhood in a small Kansas town and beyond, in Richard Donner's blockbuster. After he comes of age, young Clark Kent, as his Earth parents have named him, learns the truth of his alien birth on a voyage of discovery to the Arctic where he builds his "Fortress of Solitude".

It is there that he learns--through a link to his long-dead birth father--of his superhuman abilities and his responsibility to preserve and protect "truth, justice and the American Way." Once he adjusts to life in the big city, Metropolis, he discovers that hiding his superpowers as mild-mannered reporter Clark Kent (Christopher Reeve) isn't easy as he flirts with hard-nosed Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) and battles supervillain Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman).

The film's all-star cast includes Jackie Cooper, Marlon Brando, Ned Beatty, Glenn Ford, Terence Stamp, and Valerie Perrine, among others, all camping it up wonderfully.Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Music, Best Sound and Best Editing.Academy Awards: 1, Special Achievement Award for the groundbreaking special effects.

So now you know a little bit about movie news. Even if you don't know everything, you've done something worthwhile: you've expanded your knowledge.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

latest movie news

This interesting article addresses some of the key issues regarding movie news. A careful reading of this material could make a big difference in how you think about movie news.

Scream 4 is pretty much a done deal according to Icons Of Fright. Read on for the blockbuster news which comes straight from the mouth of Wes Craven.

Icons Of Fright Reports...
Big news for "Scream" fans from Wes Craven. During his panel discussion Craven revealed that he had recently had breakfast with Neve Campbell. He told us that she had recently spoken with the Weinsteins about coming back for "Scream 4". Wes made it clear that this was the first he'd heard about it, but Campbell seemed to be seriously considering another stab at Sidney Prescott.

Most of this information comes straight from the movie news pros. Careful reading to the end virtually guarantees that you'll know what they know.

My 2 cents on Scream

Back in 2000, when the third film was released, and I saw it, I felt things had been brought to a satisfactory conclusion as far as the "Scream" universe goes, despite the ominous ending. Now here we are 4 years later, and the rumor of a 4th movie still lives, and now with this latest lump of coal added to the fire, seems to have gained steam. Truthfully, I would pay to see a 4th film, but still alot of questions remain... We know Williamson won't be involved. Craven most likely won't be. Who will write and direct then? Neve Campbell has been a long time hold out for doing a 4th film if you believe what you read on most of the "Scream 4" rumor sites. Just who will and won't be returning? and finally, what direction can this story continue in? Sids already disposed of Mrs Loomis, and her Brother Roman, as well as Billy and Stu, whos left at this point? Sure there are plenty of relatives out for revenge type scenarios, but which one makes the most sense?

Now might be a good time to write down the main points covered above. The act of putting it down on paper will help you remember what's important about movie news.