NEW UPCOMING MOVIE TRAILERS 2021 (Weekly #8)




What If Everyone Had to Hustle Like a Stunt Guy? – Part 1

Do you think finding a job is hard? What if you had to spend countless hours, hundreds of miles away from home, waiting around to speak to someone for one minute? And then maybe, just maybe, they might remember you down the road when there is a job available.

ABC’s The Lookout

The Lookout protects consumers from ripoffs. They also share bizarre stories. Often, The Lookout shows us how to spend our money without being cheated.

Contemporary Hindi Cinema

India is one of the largest producer of films. Hindi cinema took the level to the world stage. Contemporary Hindi cinema has become the part and parcel of our lives. Some movies have really made it a larger-than-life experience.

The Life and Career of Actress Abigail Breslin

Abigail Kathleen Breslin was born in New York City on April 14, 1996. Breslin’s parents, Michael and Kim, named their daughter after Abigail Adams, the second First Lady of the United States. Breslin’s two older brothers already had acting experience, so it was no surprise that Abigail took the same path as her older siblings and began acting.

“The Spectacular Now” Explores the Dark World of Teens and Alcohol

When teens and alcohol are mentioned in the same sentence, it is often because they have been busted for underage drinking or perhaps tried to coerce an adult into buying them some beer. It is rarer for the two to be mentioned in the same sentence because the teenager in question is an alcoholic. “The Spectacular Now” is an emotional film that ventures into the territory of teens and excessive drinking.

What If Everyone Had to Hustle Like a Stunt Guy? – Part 2

This is part two of a two part article on what it takes to get a job in the stunt industry. There is not another job hunt process in the world like this one!

Wolverine – Typical Yet Enjoyable

My take on the successful super hero film, The Wolverine. Looking at the positive and the negative points of the film and how film makers can expand their thinking when it comes to defining a super hero.

Percy Jackson and CGI Monsters

The journey of Greek mythological hero Percy Jackson and his friends started on the big screen from the moment Poseidon came out from the Atlantic on a stormy day and met with mighty God Zeus. The movie was based on the famous journey of demigod Percy, son of Poseidon. In that movie he found himself having problems like dyslexia.

The Enduring Legacy of the Star Wars Universe

In 1976, nobody knew what a lightsaber was, Wookies didn’t exist, and the sci-fi movie genre was on life support. A year later, George Lucas’ space opera “Star Wars: A New Hope” had revived the stagnant genre, put Wookies on the map, and made lightsabers the coolest weapon in the galaxy. The legacy of the film, which spawned two sequels, three prequels, and an upcoming third trilogy, doesn’t stop there.

Movie Review – “The Greatest”, a Deeply Moving Film About Grief Starring Pierce Brosnan

“The Greatest” is a deeply moving and challenging film about grief and about how a family survives the lost of their near perfect son. The film stars Pierce Brosnan and Susan Sarandon as an affluent couple whose lives are shattered when their oldest son is killed in a car crash. When his girlfriend, injured in the accident, shows up three months pregnant, emotions turn in a different direction.

“BLUE JASMINE” – A New Film Report

Like so many people the same age as Woody Allen (who is seventy-six) I grew up holding him in awe. He was clever and quite funny and totally astonished me in films, comedic routines, shows–and articles he often wrote. I often would reflect: ‘What a talent he has for tickling me with his brilliance!’

“The Smurfs 2” Heads to Paris

The blue mushroom-dwelling creatures, known as Smurfs, stole America’s heart in the early 1980s when they first appeared on the Saturday morning television cartoon lineup. Decades later, they made their second silver-screen appearance in the 2013 movie, aptly titled “The Smurfs 2.” While the original 2011 movie kept the Smurfs’ feet firmly in the Big Apple, this followup sent the adorable munchkins to Paris.

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