This film set in the future and then another future when time travel exists, confused yet? 30 years from the films future time travel happens. If someone commits many crimes they are sent back and killed by a Looper, hence then being taken care of for your life.
One year after they met Tom proposes to his girlfriend Violet. But things keep happening and the wedding gets pushed aside because of the twists and turns of life.
A Politian and ballerina feel destined to be together but something is keeping them apart. All because it is not in the plan . . .
I have seen this trailer quite a few times now at the cinema and it really does make me want to see this film. It seems to have a very interesting concept, so lets hope the actual film is good!
The first poster has been released for Matt Damon and Emily Blunt’s film about a politician and a ballerina which is due for release next year.
The award season was well and truly kicked off last night with the 15th Annual Critics Choice Awards.
I think most of it is pretty predictable. We will have to see how the Golden Globes go on Sunday night.
The winners are . . .
The 67th Annual Golden Globes take place on 17th January 2010 and are the first major awards to be handed out in what will be another busy awards season. Because I had been slipping with the blog for the last few weeks I still had not posted this years nominations.
Closer to the ceremony I will post my predictions on who I think will walk away with the Golden Globe on the night.
I think this is very interesting to see who will be able to vote for future Academy Award winners.
Heath Ledger’s ex-girlfriend Michelle Williams, Casey Affleck and Emily Blunt are among the 134 stars and moviemakers who have been invited to become members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences – the organisation behind the Oscars.
The celebrities, executives and behind-the-scenes experts invited to become a part of the Academy Awards will be able to vote for the winners of the 2010 prizegiving in March.
Academy President Sid Ganis says, “These filmmakers have, over the course of their careers, captured the imagination of audiences around the world. It’s this kind of talent and creativity that make up the Academy, and I welcome each of them to our ranks.”
New members will be welcomed into the Academy at an invitation-only reception at the Fairbanks Center for Motion Picture Study in Beverly Hills in September.
Other invitees include Michael Cera, 2009 Oscar nominees Taraji P. Henson and Viola Davis, James Franco, Anne Hathaway and 2009 Oscars host Hugh Jackman.
Another good movie I have now watched thanks to Netflix view instantly, I wanted to see this when it came out in the cinema as yes I am a fan of Steve Carell. I think he is a very funny actor and very good at what he done in “The 40 Year Old Virgin” and his part in “Bruce Almighty”. But “Dan in Real Life” is rather different to those, yes it is still a comedy but it is definatly a different type of comedy to what you are used to seeing him in. It is more of a serious comedy.
Just come across 2 posters for “Sunshine Cleaning” which stars Amy Adams and Emily Blunt, with Alan Arkin.