Posts tagged ‘Movie poster’

POSTER: X-Men: First Class

More posters released for X-Men: First Class plus a new European trailer

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POSTERS: Jamie Foxx Is A Horrible Boss

We got the new posters for Horrible Bosses – each boss gets their own post, but I personally like Jamie Foxx’s poster overall.

  • Release Date: July 8th, 2011 (wide)
  • Director: Seth Gordon
  • Cast: ason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day,Colin Farrell, Jennifer Aniston
  • Studio: New Line Cinema
  • Genre: Comedy
  • MPAA Rating: Not yet Rated
  • Year: 2011

Horrible Bosses – For Nick, Kurt and Dale, the only thing that would make the daily grind more tolerable would be to grind their intolerable bosses into dust. Quitting is not an option, so, with the benefit of a few-too-many drinks and some dubious advice from a hustling ex-con, the three friends devise a convoluted and seemingly foolproof plan to rid themselves of their respective employers…permanently. There’s only one problem: even the best laid plans are only as foolproof as the brains behind them.

Horrible Bosses hits theaters on July 8th, 2011

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POSTER: X-Men: First Class

  • Release Date: June 3rd, 2011 (wide)
  • Director: Matthew Vaughn
  • Cast: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Rose Byrne, January Jones, Kevin Bacon, Nicholas Hoult, Jason Flemyng, Edi Gathegi, Zoe Kravitz, Oliver Platt, Lucas Till
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Genre: Action/Adventure, Science Fiction/ Fantasy, Sequel and Adaptation
  • MPAA Rating: Not Yet Rated
  • Year: 2011

X-Men: First Class – Before mutants had revealed themselves to the world, and before Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr took the names Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time. Not archenemies, they were instead at first the closest of friends, working together with other Mutants (some familiar, some new), to prevent nuclear Armageddon. In the process, a grave rift between them opened, which began the eternal war between Magneto’s Brotherhood and Professor X’s X-Men.

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FIRST LOOK: Colombiana

Here is your first look at the new Zoe Saldana movie Columbiana

Columbiana – A young woman (Saldana) who, after witnessing her parents’ murder as a child in Bogota, grows up to be a stone-cold assassin. She works for her uncle as a hitman by day, but her personal time is spent engaging in vigilante murders that she hopes will lead her to her ultimate target: the mobster responsible for her parents’ death.

Watch the trailer on the flip…

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MOVIE POSTER: Final Destination 5

Did you really think they were going to stop making gory films  like this?

Check the trailer inside….

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FIRST LOOK: Madea’s Big Happy Family

FlixCritic got a first look screening at Madea’s Big Happy Family, but you’re gonna have to wait for our review till Friday.

We can show you the comical posters Tyler Perry put together to promote the film. I personally love these, especially Georgia Shore.

  • Release Date: April 22nd, 2011 (wide)
  • Director: Tyler Perry
  • Producer: Tyler Perry, Joseph P. Genier, Ozzie Areu
  • Stars: Tyler Perry, Loretta Devine, Shad ‘Bow Wow’ Gregory Moss, Cassi Davis (II), Isaiah Mustafa
  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama and Adaptation
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 for drug content, language and some mature thematic material.
  • Year: 2011

Check them all out and the trailer. Are you ready for the next installment of the Madea franchise?

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MOVIE REVIEW: Arthur [Remake]

Arthur     B-

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Arthur is a happy drunk with no pretensions or any ambition. He is also the heir to a vast fortune. Arthur is forced to marry a woman he doesn’t love or lose his inheritance. Arthur proposes but then meets a Linda, played by Liza Minnelli, a woman with no money whom he falls in love with. This was the plot of the original 1981 movie starring the late Dudley Moore. Not much has changed in the 2011 version of the light-hearted comedy.

The new millennium Arthur stars Russell Brand [Arthur Bach] as the loveable drunken billionaire, Helen Mirren his lifelong nanny, Hobson, a straight-talking English woman who treats Arthur like he’s still a naughty child, which his behavior warrants. Their interaction is central to the movie and gives the film its warmth. Hobson is very much a mother figure to Arthur even if he realizes it too late. Through their relationship, Arthur finally grow up. Greta Gerwig makes her big screen debut as Naomi, taking over the love interest role that Liza Minnelli played while Jennifer Garner plays Susan, the cutthroat and ambitious woman that Arthur is ordered to marry. The two women certainly contrast each other, but I didn’t really need nor want their characters in the movie. As I said before, it’s all about Hobson and Arthur.

However, Gerwig played a convincingly sweet woman, someone you wouldn’t be surprised childlike Arthur would fall head over heels for. Jennifer Garner played against type but she sunk her teeth into the role of Susan. She wasn’t given much, but it seemed she relished being a little evil. Neither was the great Nick Nolte, who plays Susan’s father, Burt Johnson. Luis Guzman plays Bitterman, Arthur’s driver and he was wasted in the role because anyone who has seen his work knows he could’ve been hilarious. But, unfortunately, he wasn’t given much to do except say a quip or wear a stupid outfit every once in awhile. Brand and Mirren had decent performances, giving a really thin script some substance. Overall, the movie was sweet and only a little naughty, just like its predecessor.

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