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Your weekly dosis of Movie News

It’s been a while since I was last here to post a new info on up coming movies. So here we go. It’s been a busy week, so far. New posters for The Edge of Tomorrow, A Teaser for Vampire Academy, an aricle on which 80’s cartoons would make great movies and a whole lot more,  So if you have a Facebook or Twitter account I hope you will either follow or Like my page. to stay up to date with the news.


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Movie News update! Your Dailly Dosis


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Road to the oscars prt 9


“Tonight is the night of nights. Today, as you read this, you are en route to the great adventure for which you have trained for over two years.” Wrong speech, but tonight is Oscar night, so for some tonights is the night..This also mean we are done on our journey. Amour is the last one.

The film is about Georges and Anne who are in their eighties, retired music teachers. One morning  Anne has an attack. After a surgery gone wrong, the right half of her body is paralyzed. The two decide take care of her at their own apartment. This all goes “we” until Anne get a second sesure. The way George and Anne handle the situation is amazing. They kibble, fight, laugh and cry together in this film the shows how a couple at their old age love each other and sacrifise all just be with each other. It’s brilliant film. Not like all the other nominees and can’t be compared with any of them.

I can’t say a lot about it you just have to go see it, It’s heartwarming and hopefully at my old age and something happens to me, which make it difficult for to take of myself, I hope my counterpart will be so patient, caring and loving.

It follows a long line French drama film and can proudly take its place in French Austrian film history.

Amour is nominated for: Best Picture, Best Actress (Emmanuelle Riva), Best Director (Michael Haneke), Best Original Screenplay(Haneke), Best Foreign Language Film (Austria-Ffrance).




And the trailer.

Road to the Oscars prt 7


It’s a few days before the Oscars, with three more films to go! And on our route we came across “the life of Pi”.

A young man who survives a disaster at sea is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. While cast away, he forms an unexpected connection with another survivor: a fearsome Bengal tiger.

And now you’re thinking, really a boy and a tiger on a liferaft? How can this be anf for 2 hrs to? At least that was what I was thinking.

So the movie. It impressed me from the start. The setting the cinematography, it’s great. The swimmingpool scène of Pi’s uncle swimming and the clouds “reflecting” in it, marvolous. But even though the cinematography and special effects are great this movies is great for its cast. Suraj Sharma who plays the young Pi is excellent. The fear, the will to survive, the despair and surrender to death itself.

The story itself is amazing, not at all of what I was expecting, funny, serious, sadening, miraculeus and amazing.

I would like to end this entry with the following quote from the movie:

“Mr. Patel’s is an astounding story, courage and endurance unparalleled in the history of ship-wrecks. Very few castaways can claim to have survived so long, and none in the company of an adult Bengal tiger.”




And the trailer.

Road to the Oscar prt 4


Beasts of the Southern Wild is the forth movie on the road. It already won The Grand Jury Prize at The Sundance Film Festival in 2012, and now it’s also nominated for a Best Picture (it’s nominated 4 times)  for the 2013 Oscars. The movie is about  a young girl, Hushpuppy (Quvenzhané Wallis), and her father Wink  (Dwight Henry). Set in a not to far away future, they live in the “Bathtub”, a small settlement caught on the wrong side of flood protection walls.

The movie itself. I think you either hate or like it! There’s no in between. the cinematography is great. The atmosphere it breaths is intense. The relationship between Hushpuppy her father is chilling. Their love /hate relation is acted out so well, that you start to feel for her and want to take her away from all the sadness. But despite everything he puts her through, she keeps on returning home to her father.

Beasts of the Southern Wild is Benh Zeitlin’s first feature film. His portail of the innocence of Hushpuppy and how we see the world through her eyes is almost art.

The movie is nominated for: Best Picture, Performance by an actress in a leading role, Achievement in directing and Adapted screenplay.



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And the trailer.