Filed under: Movies | Tags: 2011, Amanda Seyfried, Andrew Niccol, crime, fiction, In Time, Justin Timberlake, Moviedar, Movies, sci-fi, Thriller, upcoming
Imagine a world where you can actually buy time, where you don’t age past 25, and where the riches can live forever? That’s the premise of Andrew Niccol’s In Time, starring Amanda Seyfried and Justin Timberlake.
More posters and the theatrical trailer after the jump!
Filed under: Movies | Tags: Animated, Animated Short, Art, Bruno Mangyoku, Jean-Francois, Movies, Tom Haugomat, Vimeo
Vimeo is definitely the place to surf when you have some free time to kill, not YouTube.
The short movie is nothing short of beautiful, the colors and drawing style are really admirable. Well done, Tom Haugomat & Bruno Mangyoku.
Filed under: Movies | Tags: 3D, Fantasy, Hugo, Martin Scorsese, Moviedar, Movies, Trailer
Hugo, Martin Scorsese’s upcoming epic 3D tale is like the lovechild of Big Fish and Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, with a hint of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. This one’s a definite must-see!
PS: Hugo stars the flawless Chloe Moretz (Let Me In, Kick-Ass, 500 Days of Summer)
Filed under: Movies | Tags: A Dangerous Method, Keira Knightley, Moviedar, Movies, New Movies, Trailers, Viggo Mortensen
Forget all the other movies you’re excited to watch this year, A Dangerous Method is THE movie to anticipate.
The movie is directed by David Cronenberg (Eastern Promises, A History of Violence, The Fly) and adapted to the big screen by Christopher Hampton, the writer behind the screenplays of Atonement and Dangerous Liaisons.
The best is yet to come, the movie stars none other than Keira—goddess—Knightley, and Viggo Mortensen.
Filed under: Movies | Tags: Big Budget, Box Office, Classic, Disney, Harry Potter, Movies, Summer 2011, Walt Disney, Winnie The Pooh
July 15 has been engraved in the back of every moviegoer’s mind that it’s the day “It all ends“, the release date of the final Harry Potter movie. But, what’s funny (not really) is that July 15 is also the release date of Disney’s new revamped-but-still-true-to-its-roots Winne The Pooh movie. Now, the genius team behind Winnie The Pooh has released TV spots poking fun at its box office competition with the mighty wizard to lessen the blow. Below are the two spot, and the full theatrical trailer for those not in the know.
Filed under: Movies, Pretty | Tags: 2011, Action, Disney, Documentary, Ellen Page, Golden Globes, Guillermo Del Toro, Harry Potter, John Carter, Movie Bible, Movies, Oscars, Pixar, Solo, Super, The Help, Tintin, Tribeca, Twilight
If you’re familiar with this blog, you’d recognize the Movie Bible series, but if you’re new, here are volumes 1, 2, and 3 of 2009, they can work as a
download directory for now.
Anyway, I’ve compiled some of the upcoming releases of the year, to watch the movie’s trailer just click on the name below the poster.
My picks: Tintin, Circumstance, Pixar’s Brave, The Debt, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Melancholia, Super, Resltess, and Harry Potter’s finale, obviously.