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!
The Iron Lady
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- Director: Phyllida Lloyd
- Writers: Phyllida Lloyd
- Stars: Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent and Richard E. Grant
- Release Date: January 2012
- Genre: Drama, Biography
- Run Time: 105 min
Informs the storyline of the lady who smashed with the obstacles of gender and sophistication to become heard inside a male-centered world. The storyline concerns energy and also the cost that’s taken care of energy, and it is an unexpected and informative portrait of the remarkable and sophisticated lady.
Review: Meryl Streep provides a stupendous performance as Margaret Thatcher underneath the guidance of Phyllida Lloyd. The happy couple can obviously work perfectly together after the prosperity of Mamma Mia. The film experiences the existence of Margaret Thatcher beginning like a youthful Margaret Roberts working at her father’s supermarket and venturing to differ as led by her proud father. A continuing of perfectly crafted and stitched together flashbacks supply the magnificent story of probably the most famous or infamous you could say women political figures on the planet history. Maggie like a non conventional wife together with her ever amusing husband Denis by her side, who she still ‘communicates’ with throughout her dark frail times of dementia. Like a Ma as her daughter Carol (Olivia Colman) calls her- we don’t see a lot of her maternal side, however until her older days she remains kind ad understanding.
The political part of the Iron Lady, is just one of a fighter, a fierce individual wavering between ethnicism and humanitarianism in the one hands, especially around the beginning, and however a powerful conviction and belief that her choices were for that better. The film provides a merchant account from the increases and falls from the Thathcerian many the proud, ostentatious even attitude of Maggie herself. A number of occasions from the contemporary British History that the majority of the nation will have the ability to connect with.
Margaret Thatcher is a highly debatable figure who received both praise and powerful critique by ordinary people and political circles. The viewer shouldn’t expect the film to become neither a documentary nor a historic account but instead the times and tales of the remarkable individual that left her mark within the political background and grew to become an excellent inspiration for ladies. Phyllida Lloyd, offers the story of Margaret Thatcher within the most motion picture and theatrical way based on Meryl Streep’s Oscar standard performance and this is an excellent enough reason behind cine enthusiasts irrelevant of political sights and ideologies.
A film for that youthful to understand but for the older to rememberan absolute pleasure from the lcd screen! “Look in a day when you’re very satisfied in the finish. It isn’t each day whenever you lounge around not doing anything it’s when you’ve had everything to complete, and you’ve tried it.”