Movie News 2015
UPDATED: 26th March 2015
Did you know that the most expensive movie to be created ever is Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds's End? The estimated cost to produce it was $300.000.000! A lot of people watch this movie!
Did you know that the most expensive movie flop in the history is Cutthroat Island (from 1995), total cost was $115.000.000 but it only earned back around $18.500.000! Well we think this movie will soon take the second place now when Brad Pitt's movie World War Z has been released since they have already spent over $200.000.000 just to re-write and re-shoot the FINAL ACT! Talk about wasting money! I'm still gonna watch this movie online though ;)
Did you know that the movie Paranormal Activity only cost $15.000 to create but generated an huge $197.000.000 of gross revenue! Talk about good investment! I don't like horror movies so I haven't seen any of them (there are five)
Big news! It has just been announced that in June 2015 the first movie in a new TERMINATOR trilogy will be released! This is specially awesome since Arnold Schwarzenegger will have a part in it!
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- Director: Drake Doremus
- Writers: Drake Doremus, Ben York Jones
- Stars: Felicity Jones, Anton Yelchin and Jennifer Lawrence
- Release Date: February 2012
- Genre: Drama, Romance
- Run Time: 90 min
I want you – I need you – I love you – I miss you
“Like Crazy” starts out strongly. Fresh young love, imbibed with an earthy, quiet spontaneity. The 2 leads actors have a playful, heartfelt energy between them. Yelchin (Jacob) and Jones (Anna) were finely cast, as were Alex Kingston and Oliver Muirhead, as the parents of Anna. Several scenes were familiar territory to me, even offering a few gentle reminders about the fragile nature of romantic dreams.
Kudos to the production design and costuming people, who were willing to let the actors shine. The scenes were rendered with comforting modernity, without trying too hard. It’s refreshing to see a creative team who are not compelled to be edgy or trendy.
The push-pull dynamic of long-distance relationships is revealed quite well in this story. Having said that, the core energy and rhythm seemed to dissipate after a while, and I felt like the movie lost its bearings. This film could have benefited from a tighter edit. In a way, the director may have intended for the audience to feel a bit haggard at various points. The romantic part of me wanted some reassuring escapism in the final scene. Instead, we are left to grapple with the evidence of awkwardness, which some of us are all too familiar with.