In The Grey, Liam Neeson leads an unruly group of oil-rig roughnecks when their plane crashes into the remote Alaskan wilderness. Battling mortal injuries and merciless weather, the survivors have only a few days to escape the icy elements – and a vicious pack of rogue wolves on the hunt – before their time runs out.
J. Edgar explores the public and private life of one of the most powerful, controversial and enigmatic figures of the 20th century. As the face of law enforcement in America for almost fifty years, J. Edgar Hoover (DiCaprio) was feared and admired, reviled and revered. But behind closed doors, he held secrets that would have destroyed his image, his career and his life.
Just a horror trailer.
Set in Middle America, a group of teens receive an online invitation for sex, though they soon encounter fundamentalists with a much more sinister agenda.
Ryan Gosling stars as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire, stunt driving for movie productions by day and steering getaway vehicles for armed heists by night. Though a loner by nature, Driver can’t help falling in love with his beautiful neighbor Irene (Carey Mulligan), a vulnerable young mother dragged into a dangerous underworld by the return of her ex-convict husband Standard (Oscar Isaac).
After a heist intended to pay off Standard’s protection money spins unpredictably out of control, Driver finds himself driving defense for the girl he loves, tailgated by a syndicate of deadly serious criminals (Albert Brooks, Ron Perlman). But when he realizes that the gangsters are after more than the bag of cash in his trunk—that they’re coming straight for Irene and her son—Driver is forced to shift gears and go on offense.
First off, this film has one of the best movie poster I’ve seen is years. Second, how interesting is this story? I’m so intrigued by the relationship between the notorious “Black Prince” Uday Hussein and his body double. You might think the actor (Domonic Cooper) look familiar because you just seen him playing Captain America’s sidekick Bucky.
The film is (very loosely) based on the story of Yahyia, who says he was forced – against his will and under threat – to play the role of body double to the psychopathic and brutal Uday Hussein, elder son of the former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. “Saddam may have been considered a dictator and despot, but he made sure that the people of Iraq were provided for, he kept crime at a minimum, the streets were clean and the system worked…..Iraq was built on blood, throughout its history it has been won and lost, blood feeding it’s soil. Maybe it is for this reason that only someone with a strong fist can truly control it.” Yahyia says. He also acknowledges the perceived ‘charisma’ of Saddam in Iraq: “I never saw Saddam kill anyone or give the order to do so. He was always calm and smiling, always quietly spoken,” he says. Read more
Bagdad, the playground for the rich and infamous, where anything can be bought – but for a price. This is Uday Hussein’s world and with his depraved lust for debauchery and immorality, he helps himself to whatever turns him on. When army lieutenant Latif Yahia, is summoned to Saddam’s palace, he is faced with an impossible request to be Uday’s his body double, or have his family condemned to death. In a world entrenched in betrayal and corruption knowing who to trust becomes a matter of life or death for Latif, as he battles to escape from his forced existence.
Interview with Dominic Copper.
Release Date: July 29th, 2011. I will for sure be in a theater seat.
Real Uday Hussein The double
Who knows how long it will be up.
Lincoln in hand-to-hand combat with a vampire assassin? That’s not quite how I remember it from the history books. But if we’re to believe Seth Grahame-Smith’s historical horror novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, that’s exactly how it all went down.
In 1974, a misguided 19 year old named Michael Peterson decided he wanted to make a name for himself and so, with a homemade sawn-off shotgun and a head full of dreams he attempted to rob a post office. Swiftly apprehended and originally sentenced to 7 years in jail, Peterson has subsequently been behind bars for 34 years, 30 of which have been spent in solitary confinement. With an intelligent, provocative and stylized approach, BRONSON () follows the metamorphosis of Mickey Peterson into Britain’s most dangerous prisoner, Charles Bronson.
Here’s another movie that got by me, I had absolutly know idea this movie was even being made until I watch Wolverine and saw the trailer. It looks really good but the bug guy did look kinda funny.
An extraterrestrial race forced to live in slum-like conditions on Earth suddenly find a kindred spirit in a government agent that is exposed to their biotechnology.