Ivan Reitman’s upcoming romantic comedy No Strings Attached has garnered enormous publicity for its unusual casting of Kutcher and Portman as the lead pair. The movie trailer that sets the feel and the theme of the New movies is already receiving large number of hits and comments. While some Portman fans can not wait to see how the V for Vendetta star would do with the romantic-comedy veteran Kutcher, some are excited to see what Reitman (of Ghostbusters series fame) has done with the now-clichéd-plot of a relationship of casual sex turning into a love affair.
The Rite is a cinematic adaption of novel “The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist” by Matt Baglio. Inspired by actual events, the story follows a seminary student Michael Kovak, played by Colin O’Donoghue, who attends exorcism school located in the Vatican, against his wishes. In the city of Rome, he encounters a very unorthodox priest – Father Lucas, played by Anthony Hopkins, who introduces Kovak to the side of faith that he is unaware of. The Father acquaints his student with the dark side of the faith and the power of the Devil.
The second batch of new movies of 2011 will bring to us The Dilemma, a comedy drama starring Vince Vaughn and Kevin James. Directed by Ron Howard, it first came under the lens when a trailer of the movie used the word ‘gay’ in a negative sense. Although the line was dropped from the trailers, it has been kept in the movie. Universal pictures will be releasing The Dilemma in USA and Canada on 14 January, 2010. Here is a sneak peak of the movie. Come back later for The Dilemma – Movie Review.
America will start its new year, with a batch of new movies including John Wells’ The Company Men. Out of all new movies, this one may connect to the viewers the most because its plot is centred on corporate downsizing. The movie spans a reel time of 109 minutes has been rated an R owing to brief nudity and language. It was shot across Boston, Massachusetts. Here is a brief sneak peak of The Company Men. We provide a movie review alongside, based on the response that the movie has had in other parts of world.
Once in a while a dark yet beautiful movie comes along, which wins hearts as well as revenues- Black Swan is one of them. Made on a budget of $13,000,000, Black Swan has earned $47,807,791 (USA, 2 January 2011) since its release on 5th December, 2010. This drama thriller spans a length of 108 minutes. Read further for movie plot and a movie review of Black Swan.
The first part of the last Harry Potter novel is the darkest Harry Potter movie yet. In spite of belonging to fantasy/adventure genre with a primarily young fan following, the movie has been rated PG-13 by MPAA for violent scenes, frightening images, scenes involving blood, and also some sensuality – the famous Daniel, Emma kiss, both apparently naked. With a production budget of $250,000,000, it is one of the most expensive of the new movies to hit the cinema halls. As of January 2, 2011, the movie has grossed $283,533,215 in the US alone. Read on to find more about Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows movie review and movie plot.