The Impossible “Scores On Doors”

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SCORES ON DOORS

This is an incredible yet terrifying true story of a families fight against nature,
The Impossible is an intense watch, it pulls at the heart strings and delivers.
The 10-15mins Tsunami sequence is incredible and the marvelous cast play their
characters so well that it makes you want to continue watching, you care for
what happens to them, it’s engrossing, it’s nail biting, it’s a fabulous movie – 8/10

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Movie 43 “Trailer”

Movie 43
Director – Elizabeth Banks,
Steven Brill, Steve Carr + 9 others
Cast: Emma Stone, Gerard Butler,
Hugh Jackman, Chloë Grace Moretz,
Elizabeth Banks, Kristen Bell,
Kate Winslet, Anna Faris, Halle Berry
Release Date
: 25 January 2013 (US)
31 January (AUS)  01 February (UK)

Movie Summary
MOVIE 43
is an ensemble comedy
intertwining many different tales.
*** CONTAINS ADULT CONTENT ***

ALSO APPEARING
Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott, Kate Bosworth,
Naomi Watts, Kieran Culkin, Richard Gere, Josh Duhamel,
Terrence Howard, Justin Long, Christopher Mintz-Plasse,
Liev Schreiber, Tony Shalhoub, Uma Thurman & more….

Dream House


Directed
by Jim Sheridan
Cast Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, Naomi Watts

The movie starts up with Daniel Craig’s character
Will Atenton quitting his job to spend more time
with his famiy whilst working on his novel. It
appears Will has the perfect life – a great house,
loving wife & two beautiful daughters that is until…


This is not Jim Sheridan’s finest work, but an
average psychological thriller, with a quality cast.
Not forgetting during the making of this movie it’s
stars Weisz and Craig fell in love, although that
chemistry is not quite captured on the screen.

Sort of like “Shutter Island” & “Amityville Horror”
“Dream House” does have it’s moments, and
although it’s not the best in it’s genre, it’s certainly
worth a watch.
6.5/10