Adopting ‘problem’ film children
Because you recently adopted one of our showcased films, we wanted to let you know about other films that you might be interested in adopting.
Tweets of Doug Young
• Pick up press materials; crowded film schedule just for competition; many more films being shopped to buyers in separate section. — 8:06 AM, May 13
• Starting tomorrow, look for tweets of all films I see at Cannes. — 3:23 PM, May 13
• Made it to Cannes Film Festival & weather is beautiful; red carpet is rolled out; crowds are smaller, must be fear of swine flu. — 9:06 PM, May 12
• DAMN! Drew a yellow press badge again — relegated to 2nd class status; I’m humiliated! Feel like an untouchable among decadence. — 8:04 AM, May 13
A documentary from Disneynature studios narrated by James Earl Jones and directed by Alastair Fothergill and Mark Linfield
Rating: If you’ve seen one of these penguin and polar bear films, you’ve seen them all.
Starring Nicholas Cage, Rose Byrne,
Directed by Alex Proyas
Rating: Q W E R T Y I U O P S R A T S 3 Z X C V B N M L K O U E W [it’s in here]
The Great Buck Howard
Starring John Malkovich, Colin Hanks, Emily Blunt, Steve Zahn
Directed by Sean McGinly
The Oscar picks of 2008
In these gloomy economic times, we want to be stimulated — not only economically, but also entertainingly. This need for giddy escapism also may help explain the Oscar nominations of last year’s film output.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
From CritipediA, the “free” movielopedia
Quantum of Solace