Inspired by the true story that captured the hearts of people across the world, the rescue adventure Big Miracle tells the amazing tale of a small town news reporter (John Krasinski) and an animal-loving volunteer (Drew Barrymore) who are joined by rival world superpowers to save a family of majestic gray whales trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.
Steven Spielberg is one of the greatest filmmakers around, having made a large number of movies hailed as classics during his career.
What’s the Deal?One of Steven Spielberg’s favorite movies is David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia and the adaptation of J.G. A sometimes forgotten Spielberg film, Empire of the Sun tells the story of Jamie Graham (Bale), an upper-middle class British brat living in 1937 Shanghai as the Japanese are at war with China. There is a big theme of comedy with this week’s releases, with the likes of Jeff, Who Lives at Home, Wanderlust, Project X, A Bag of Hammers and the “Sister Act” series being release in some form or another.
What’s the Deal?Jason Segel is a very busy man, starring in How I Met Your Mother and writing and starring in The Muppets and The Five Year Engagement. Jeff (Segel) is a 30-year-old slacker who lives in his parents’ basement who one days helps his brother Pat (Ed Helms, The Hangover) find his adulterous wife. What’s the Deal?Based on the true story of Operation Breakthrough in 1988 and Tom Rose’s book Freeing the Whales, Big Miracle tells how three California gray whales end up trapped in the ice in the Arctic Circle in Alaska with only a single hole in the ice for them to breath. What’s the Deal?Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston reunite since their time on Friends, starring in the Judd Apatow-produced comedy Wanderlust. George (Rudd) and Linda (Aniston) are a New York couple who after of losing their jobs are forced to leave the city to live with George’s obnoxious brother Rick (Ken Marino, Role Models).
What’s the Deal?Produced by the director of The Hangover, the found-footage comedy Project X is one of the most morally bankrupt movies of 2012 as it makes frat-boy, douchbag behavior not just acceptable, but desirable, and that nothing else matters more than high school popularity. Thomas (Thomas Mann) is about to celebrate his 17th birthday and his ‘friend,’ the ultra-annoying D-bag Costa (Oliver Cooper) convinces him to have the largest house party possible when his parents are away. What’s the Deal?The comedy A Bag of Hammers tells of two young criminals, Ben (Jason Ritter, Parenthood) and Alan (Jake Sandvig, Easy A) who pose as car valets so they can steal people’s rides.


What’s the Deal?Nicolas Cage’s tax problems strike again, forcing him to accept any project given to him, including this run-of-the-mill thriller.
Wil Gerard (Cage) is a high school English teacher who is happily married to musician Laura (Jones).
What’s the Deal?In the action-comedy Cat Run, Catalina Rona (Paz Vega, Spanglish) is a high-end escort who ends up discovering a government cover-up of a horrific crime. What’s the Deal?From the Criterion Collection this week are two rereleases of movies directed by Steven Soderbergh and featuring writer-actor Spalding Gray. What’s the Deal?The other Christian Bale rerelease is Disney musical Newsies, a movie with a cult following as Bale plays Jack “Cowboy” Kelly who leads the 1899 newsboys strike in New York after the newspaper publishers raise prices. What’s the Deal?Queen of pop Madonna campaigned, lobbied and begged for the lead role in the adaptation of Evita and it has been considered her best role. Based on the life of Eva “Evita” Duarte de Peron, the musical adaptation charts her life from poverty to acting before marrying the President of Argentina, Juan Peron (Jonathan Pryce, Brazil) as she becomes a champion of the poor and working classes whiles feared by the military and upper classes. What’s the Deal?It has been 20 years since the release of Sister Act and now the two movies have earned a rerelease. One of his more underappreciated movies is Empire of the Sun, which has won the battle to become Recommendation of the Week.
Ballard’s semi-autographical novel Empire of the Sun was originally going to be directed by Lean before Spielberg took over.
When the Japanese army finally takes control of the city, Jamie is separated from his parents, taken as a prisoner of war and has to form friendships with an American Sea Steward, Basie (John Malkovich) and Dr.
Another comedy he fit in to the schedule was this indie effort from Jay and Mark Duplass, the fathers of mumblecore. Adam Carlson (John Krasinski, The Office) is a TV reporter who gets his ex-girlfriend and Greenpeace activist Rachel (Drew Barrymore) to help arrange the rescue operation and get support from politicians, businesses and the local community.


But on the way George and Linda meet a commune of hippies and the couple end up trying to live their lifestyle. But things get out of hand when the party grows more wild and Thomas tries to make his best friend his girlfriend, the very pretty Kirby (Kirby Bliss Blanton).
But they are forced to grow up when they have to take care of a 12-year-old boy (Chandler Canterbury, Knowing) from a troubled background. Despite the promise of talents Guy Pearce and January Jones (Mad Men) and The Bank Job’s Roger Donaldson directing, Seeking Justice ended up receiving poor reviews and tanking at the box office, not even earning back its modest budget. But when Laura is sexually assaulted, a mysterious man, Simon (Guy Pearce) offers to get rid of the rapist if Wil does a favor in return. She ends up having two bumbling private detectives (Scott Mechlowicz and Alphonso McAuley) as her only protection from a ruthless female assassin (Janet McTeer, Tideland) and her employers. The first is the 2010 documentary And Everything is Going Fine, made after Gray’s death in 2004, focusing on both his career and his personal life.
In Sister Act we follow Deloris Van Cartier (Whoopi Goldberg), a lounge singer who is put into the witness protection after witnessing a murder and hides in a nunnery. However, when Wil refuses to kill someone he does not know he ends up hunted by the vigilante group.
She then takes charge of the convent choir, bringing a whole new side of music to the sheltered nuns.



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