The double feature theatre is what I would show in a week, the theme for the whole week is going to be Sports films. Each day we will have two films on from the same sport. I work in sport and have a degree in sport, so the chance to relate my love of watching films in my spare time and how I make my living seemed like such a good way to go with my theatre. A lot of sports films have been very good and very well receieved. I have decided to pick different sport’s for the double feature with three that don’t fit into the others for the triple play on the Sunday.
When possible I have tried to have women and men’s sport in the selections, but also not just films focused on the players/athletes of a sport. I have also tried to remember about the fans and agents who are also a massive part of sport as well.
After being deemed unfit for military service many times, Steve Rogers (Evans) eventually manages to get himself into the army with the chance of being involved in a top-secret project. This turns him into Captain America, a superhero which couldn’t be further from his previous lifestyle.
An in-depth examination of the way that the Vietnam war affects the lives of people in a small industrial town in the USA. We see how friendships are tested and lives which need to be rebuilt and of course Russian Roulette . . .
Three unknowing martial artists are summoned to a mysterious island to compete in a tournament whose outcome will decide the fate of the world.
Three men each have massive problems with their bosses, and begin to think that they should do something about it. Trying to plan the murders but making it look like a total accident becomes the plan, but it’s really not that simple at all.
When seeing this poster I had to admit that I had a total fan-girl moment going on! Two of my favorite actors are in this film and it has got me looking forward to it. Colin Firth and Orlando Bloom in the same film, really does make me smile. Orlando Bloom has not really been seen in many films in the past few years, so lets hope this is a good one. Obviously with Colin Firth we know he is going to be good.
Susan (Hewitt) is a young and cynical journalist who learns that love can withstand time and many trials, when she comes across a story that will change her life forever.
Since my dad went to see ‘Green Lantern’ a couple of months back now, it has been quite a standing joke between us. At a funday on Sunday, he then decided to have the green mask painted on his face. For that very reason I thought it was the perfect time to bring back recreating the movie for the 5th time with my dad . . . the Green Lantern!
Make’s him even geekier the fact that he had the Green Lantern cap on too!!!
In recent years Meryl Streep has easily become one of my favorite actress. Watching her in all different types of film is just incredible, she is such an amazing actress. The most Oscar nominated actress of all, with a couple of Gold statues to go with the nominations.
The LAMB is this month going to be celebrating Meryl . . . that means more Meryl posts from Let’s Go To The Movies, in celebration of such a fantastic career that is still going so strong. I really do think Meryl will pick up a long-awaited Oscar next year for her performance as Thatcher in the Iron Lady.
Today is my 24th Birthday so I decided to make a top 10 list of birthday scenes from the movies. All different types of scenes with some brilliant ideas of what to do and what not to do on your birthday. I can relate to some of these and could possibly relate to even more of them after this birthday as well!
Possibly the best character in the whole Harry Potter series. As we do not know whether he is good or bad, throughout the entire series. When we think he is good he seems to do something to make us think he is bad. Then when he seems bad and evil something else happens to change our minds again. Severus Snape is the most complex character and the mystery of it all really does keep us hanging on right until the very end. We do not find out the truth until we get to the Prince’s tale.
No-one could have taken the role on the way Alan Rickman did. He really became Snape bringing him to life and the delivery of the lines are just so perfect. I just love the way he speaks and sounds so awkward at times.
I have just returned from a midnight showing of the second part of the deathly hallows, that being the final Potter film in the franchise. We pick up straight away from where we were left off at the end of part one, and reminded how Voldemort took the Elder Wand from Dumbledore’s grave.
The 6th year at Hogwarts and everything is becoming darker as we begin to find out about Lord Voldemort’s past. Harry finds a potions book with ‘the half-blood prince’ written in. A favorite character is killed . . .
After the return of Lord Voldemort at the end of the Goblet of Fire. We are wondering how the wizarding world are going to react to it all. Well the answer to that is badly, as the minister of magic tries to claim that Dumbledore and Harry are making it all up. But we all know that is not the case . . .
A look back at the posters from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)
A look back at the posters from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
A look back at the posters from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
A look back at the posters from the second Potter film Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)!
A look back at all the posters for Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (2001).
The fourth year at Hogwarts see’s the tri-wizard tournament take place, meaning two other wizarding schools come for a year. Some twists and turns see the usual tri-tournament having a fourth competitor in an underaged wizard taking part and yes you guessed it, Harry Potter is that wizard.