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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Happy New Years. Go Out And Enjoy Yourself! Causes We Are

Another year has past. 2011 was an incredible year for the site. And we are looking for Bigger and Better things to happen in 2012.

I am giving the staff the weekend off so that they can enjoy themselves with their family and friends.

I would like to thank all the loyal followers of the site. I am hoping to add more exclusive interviews and screening next year to the line-up for 2012.  We will also have some exciting things we will be adding to the site in 2012 that I know you all will enjoy.

Again Thank You all for your support. See you in 2012.

SandoJohnny and Team

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Images From Spike Lee's Red Hook Summer

Just when we think we might have a handle on what Spike Lee has in store for his next film, the director goes and throws another curveball. "Red Hook Summer" has pretty much been kept under wraps thus far, with few details about the film being revealed other than a vague logline about the story centering on a young man from Atlanta who goes to the titular neighborhood to hang with his grandfather, who he's never met, for the summer. But as the Sundance Film Festival draws near, a couple more pics, a full synopsis and an intriguing bit of trivia about who scored the movie has been revealed.

Clarke Peters (aka Lester Freamon from "The Wire") leads the cast of mostly unknowns in the film that is being described as a return to the roots of Spike Lee's early filmmaking days, but if you were to tell the director two decades ago that he'd enlist Bruce Hornsby to score one of his movies, he would have said you were crazy. But indeed, Lee seems to have taken a quick break from his usual go-to guy Terence Blanchard and enlisted the Grammy winning songwriter behind "The Way It Is" to write the score for the film. Huh. Maybe he just really dug what Tupac did with the song on "Changes." Either way it's a pretty interesting choice, and also marks Hornsby's first film score.

When his mom deposits him at the Red Hook housing project in Brooklyn to spend the summer with the grandfather he’s never met, young Flik may as well have landed on Mars. Fresh from his cushy life in Atlanta, he’s bored and friendless, and his strict grandfather, Enoch, a firebrand preacher, is bent on getting him to accept Jesus Christ as his personal savior. Only Chazz, the feisty girl from church, provides a diversion from the drudgery. As hot summer simmers and Sunday mornings brim with Enoch’s operatic sermons, things turn anything but dull as people’s conflicting agendas collide.


"Red Hook Summer" is definitely high on our list of films for 2012, and we're eager to see the reaction out of Park City in just a few weeks where it will premiere.

When his mom deposits him at the Red Hook housing project in Brooklyn to spend the summer with the grandfather he’s never met, young Flik may as well have landed on Mars. Fresh from his cushy life in Atlanta, he’s bored and friendless, and his strict grandfather, Enoch, a firebrand preacher, is bent on getting him to accept Jesus Christ as his personal savior. Only Chazz, the feisty girl from church, provides a diversion from the drudgery. As hot summer simmers and Sunday mornings brim with Enoch’s operatic sermons, things turn anything but dull as people’s conflicting agendas collide.

Playfully ironic, heightened, yet grounded, Spike Lee’s bold new movie returns him to his roots, where lovable, larger-than-life characters form the tinderbox of a tight-knit community. A story about the coexistence of altruism and corruption, Red Hook Summer toys with expectations, seducing us with the promise of moral and spiritual transcendence. Spike is back in the ’hood.

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Friday, December 30, 2011

Another Top 10 Movie List For 2011


Yesterday I delivered RAMA's Top movies of the year and today Heat Vision released their top 10 movies of 2011.

Time and repeat viewings often change perceptions. But as of now, this sunny week in December, these are the movies I will take from this year.

1. Drive: By far the coolest movie of the year. The look, the mood, the mere 26 (or so) lines spoken by Ryan Gosling’s Hollywood stunt driver by day, getaway driver by night, add up to an electrifying film by Nicolas Winding Refn. You come away with the same kind of feeling you had after watching Reservoir Dogs for the first time.


2. 50/50: The cancer comedy the world didn’t know it needed. Will Reiser’s script based on his own experiences of living through cancer while in his mid-20s could have gone north of maudlin and south of funny, but in the hands of director Jonathan Levine it balances the right tone at all the right moments. It helps to have Reiser’s alter ego played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, one of the best actors of his generation. It’s also a Seth Rogen movie for those that don’t like Seth Rogen.

3. Kung Fu Panda 2: The first movie about Po, the panda with the pounding paws of power, surprised many in 2008 with its sheer joyfulness. This one is deeper emotionally while still retaining the goofy love for its characters. And the use of the 2D animation for the flashback was a nice touch.

4. Elite Squad: The Enemy Within: Talk about unfairness. If this movie had been made by a studio and done as well at the box office as this did in its native Brazil, people would be lining up to declare it one of the year's biggest winners. Documentary filmmaker Jose Padilha builds on his 2007 feature breakthrough by driving an action crime movie deeper into the labyrinthian world of politics, while not losing his eye on what makes his main character, played by Wagner Moura, tick.

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5. War Horse: If liking this movie makes me old-fashioned, call me the Beaver. Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the hit play (itself a take on a children’s book) is decidedly old school but undeniable effective as it shows the cruelty of war and man, the significance of small acts, and how animals are forever great stand-ins to show the human condition.

6. The Help: Another traditional offering but also effective. The adaptation of Kathryn Stockett’s book by Tate Taylor also navigates that fine line between sentimentality and history lesson to deliver an emotionally honest and genuinely gratifying moviegoing experience. And it’s impossible to forget the best ensemble cast of the year.

7. Midnight in Paris: Woody Allen’s fable about a writer who finds inspiration by nightly walks into Paris of the 1920s is fun and funny (despite one jump-the-shark scene). A must for writers and lovers of books.

8. X-Men: First Class: A movie that washes away the bitter aftertaste of X-Men: The Last Stand, it re-launches the X-franchise by giving us the cool character moments that are essential to a good comic book movie because it knows that without it, any superheroics are meaningless. And who knew that setting a superhero movie in the 1960s would prove to be so inspired?

9. The Descendants: The dramedy from Alexander Payne about a family getting its affairs in order with the impending death of the wife not only gives us a deeply thoughtful performance by George Clooney but also introduces us to new talent Shailene Woodley. It also reminds us why Robert Forster needs to be seen on the screen more often.

10. The Devil’s Double: Lee Tamahori’s drama about a man forced to act as a body double to Saddam Hussein’s son works so well because the filmmakers take the time to convincingly evoke life in Iraqi society (a lesson in mood that most movies could learn). And Dominic Cooper’s performance as both Uday Hussein and the double is something he should be able to dine on for the rest of his career. 


A special mention must go to the comic book movies based on the Marvel characters – First Class, Thor and Captain America – all of which showed that the creative well runs deep for the genre.
And a special huzzah must go to all the movies featuring young actors. From Hugo and Descendants to Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, from Attack the Block to Super 8, this year showcased an inordinate amount of talented fresh faces. If they can make it to adulthood without falling into the Hollywood snakepit, we’re assured some fine acting in the decades to come.


And finally, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Yes, Andy Serkis gives an amazing performance as Caesar, the evolving ape, making you root for him even as you begin to fear him (and setting off a legitimate debate about where this kind of acting fits into the thespian spectrum). But even more of an achievement is how the movie manages to be a true prequel to the 1968 original, logically yet effortlessly laying out the groundwork for a world where apes can rule.

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Russian Trailer For The Avengers-"We Have A Hulk"

A few weeks ago, we brought you the first international trailer for The Avengers, in German, featuring a few precious new seconds of footage. Now the Russians are getting their turn at a trailer, and we get a few seconds more. Behold the Avengers trailer, now with more Loki!

How cool is it seeing a cocky trickster god squaring off against an ultra-cocky genius billionaire playboy philanthropist with a drink in his hand? If you didn't catch what they were saying, Loki threatened Stark with "I have an army," and Stark very coolly replied, "We have a Hulk."



On top of that, we got a few more glimpses of Hawkeye, Black Widow and Nick Fury, and a brief chance to see Loki whip someone across the face. And yeah, he was wearing a suit, so look for Loki in human clothes when you see the full flick.

Yes, we know it was just a few more seconds, but it's just more proof that May can't get here fast enough.

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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Anne Hathaway Spills The Beans About The Dark Knight

For anyone who's seen the recently released trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, the conclusion to director Christopher Nolan's Batman films, the stakes appear higher than in the franchise's previous efforts.

'Dark Knight Rises' Prologue Screening at 42 IMAX Theaters Before 'Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol'
Gotham City dissolves into a near-apocalyptic state, thanks to the work of new villain Bane (Tom Hardy), but what the trailer doesn't show is what role Anne Hathaway's Catwoman plays in the melee.

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The Los Angeles Times will run a story in its Jan. 1 issue, including an interview with Hathaway, which details a scene in the film not yet screened for fans.

"Gotham City is a war zone," reports the paper. "A ruthless madman named Bane has ripped away any sense of security and the citizens, haggard and clutching suitcases with refugee anxiety, sit behind barbed wire waiting to see what will blow up next. A hooded prisoner is dragged — it's Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale), one of Gotham's most famous faces, ­but the eyes of the crowd go instead to the woman in black standing at the top of the staircase."

That woman is Hathaway's Selina Kyle, decked out in Catwoman's serrated stiletto heels and feline-esque goggles.

“Sorry to spoil things, boys," she says, "but Bane needs these guys himself."

For an idea of just how she might sound as Catwoman, just rent any of actress Hedy Lamarr's films from MGM's golden age in the 1930s. The Austrian-born actress was Batman creator Bob Kane's original inspiration for the character, and Hathaway studied her voraciously for the part.

“I know this sounds odd, but her breathing is extraordinary,” Hathaway said of Lamarr. “She takes these long, deep, languid breaths and exhales slowly. There’s a shot of her in [the 1933 film] Ecstasy exhaling a cigarette and I took probably five breaths during her one exhale. So I started working on my breathing a lot.”
Nolan, her director, noted that any inspiration Hathaway drew from Lamarr does not take away from the unique qualities she brings to the role.

“She had something very important we needed for this character," said Nolan. "She’s an incredibly talented but naturalistic actress, which makes her great in film. She also has terrific theatrical skill so she can project a persona and there’s a big aspect of the character that is a persona. She’s a multilayered character and we needed a great actress that could rise to that challenge.”

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New UNDERWORLD AWAKENING Trailer

We have the newest trailer for UNDERWORLD AWAKENING. The trailer features more hard-hitting action from part-vampire warrioress Selene (Kate Beckinsale) along with the first good look at the “super lycans.”

Also from the looks of the new trailer, India Eisley’s (The Secret Life of the American Teenager) character, named Eve, will play a major part in the story.

The Screen Gems film, directed by Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein, is set for a Jan. 20 release. In it, everyone’s favorite warrioress, Selene, escapes imprisonment to find herself in a world where humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans and are conducting an all-out war to eradicate both immortal species.



UNDERWORLD AWAKENING brings a stunning new dimension to the epic battle between Vampires and Lycans, as the first film in the franchise to shoot in 3D.

Kate Beckinsale, star of the first two films, returns in her lead role as the vampire warrioress Selene, who escapes imprisonment to find herself in a world where humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans, and are conducting an all-out war to eradicate both immortal species.

The film is set to be released on January 20, 2012.

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Flowers Of War Trailer & Images Starring Christian Bale

We have the trailer and new images from The Flowers of War , previously called Nanjing Heroes and 13. Flowers of Nanjing, is a 2011 Chinese historical drama war film directed by Zhang Yimou, starring Christian Bale,Ni Ni and Tong Dawei. The film, which is based on the novel The 13 Women of Nanjing by Geling Yan,


Director Zhang Yimou (Raise the Red Lantern, Ju Dou, Hero, House of the Flying Daggers) tells an epic story of love and sacrifice in THE FLOWERS OF WAR, starring Christian Bale and introducing Ni Ni. The film, set during Japan’s 1937 invasion of China, is told from a young girl’s point of view, not as a history lesson, but as an intimate, elemental and paradoxically universal celebration of the human spirit. Bale stars as a dissolute Westerner who seeks refuge in a Catholic church. There he meets a beautiful Chinese courtesan who helps him rescue a group of schoolgirls from a terrible fate at the hands of the Japanese.


The movie will be released to theaters in Late winter 2012.



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Best Of 2011 By: RAMA Do You Agree?

What would the end of the year be without a Best of 2011 movie list? Our buddy RAMA has come up with his Best of 2011 list. Rama’s SCREEN doesn’t have its own ceremony, its own presenters, its own envelopes yet, but hey, we could still have our own list of winners for both the traditional categories and the fun ones.

BEST PICTURE
The Artist

BEST SUPERHERO MOVIE
X-Men: First Class

BEST ACTOR
Jean Dujardin (The Artist)

BEST ACTRESS
Viola Davis (The Help)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Albert Brooks (Drive)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Janet McTeer (Albert Nobbs)

BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE
Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids)

BEST DIRECTOR
Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist)


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Guillaume Schiffman (The Artist)

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BEST EDITING
Anne-Sophie Bion & Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist)

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Alexander Payne and Nat Faxon & Jim Rash (The Descendants)

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Woody Allen (Midnight In Paris)

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE
Kung Fu Panda 2

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
A Separation from Iran

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Project Nim

BEST SCORE
Ludovic Bource (The Artist)

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
Bret McKenzie – “Man Or Muppet” (The Muppets)

BEST ENSEMBLE CAST
Carnage

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

BEST COSTUME
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

BEST MAKE-UP
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

BEST VFX
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes

MOST EXCITING THRILLER
Source Code

SCARIEST HORROR
Insidious

FRIENDLIEST FAMILY FILM
Winnie The Pooh

FUNNIEST COMEDY
Bridesmaids

MOST AWESOME ACTION FLICK
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol

COOLEST FIGHT
Atom Vs. Zeus (Real Steel)


BLOODIEST VILLAIN
Bernie Rose, played by Albert Brooks (Drive)

MOST BADASS CHARACTER
Caesar the Ape, mo-cap played by Andy Serkis (Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes)

HOTTEST FEMALE CHARACTER
Marilyn Monroe, played by Michelle Williams (My Week With Marilyn)

STEAMIEST SEX SCENE
Michael Fassbender & Elizabeth Masucci (Shame)

MOST MEMORABLE LINE
“Look at that! He’s making me cry!” – Colonel Chester Phillips (Captain America: The First Avenger)

ACTORS WITH A GREAT YEAR
Ryan Gosling (Drive, Crazy Stupid Love, The Ides Of March) and Jessica Chastain (The Help, Take Shelter, The Tree Of Life)

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EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE Movie Review By: RAMA


 EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE Movie Review
By: RAMA


So what did RAMA think of EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE? Make sure to follow him on Facebook and Twitter.


9/11 is a touchy subject, no matter how well-made the films are, like United 93 and Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center, for example, there will always be a certain level of viewing discomfort and questions of whether or not it’s too soon for such depictions to exist. EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE is no different but I think screenwriter Eric Roth and Oscar nominated filmmaker Stephen Daldry, whose film The Hours I admired, manage to approach this adaptation in a respectful manner from the perspective of the young character Oskar as he struggles through the difficulties of letting go the memories of his dad who was in one of the towers when they collapsed on what he’d like to call ‘the worst day’…


Based on the acclaimed novel of the same name, “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close” tells the story of one young boy’s journey from heartbreaking loss to the healing power of self-discovery, set against the backdrop of the tragicevents of September 11. Eleven-year-old Oskar Schell is an exceptional child: amateur inventor, Francophile, pacifist. And after finding a mysterious key that belonged to his father, who died in the World Trade Center on 9/11, he embarks on an exceptional journey–an urgent, secret search through the five boroughs of New York. As Oskar roams the city, he encounters a motley assortment of humanity, who are all survivors in their own ways. Ultimately, Oskar’s journey ends where it began, but with the solace of that most human experience: love.


Heart-wrenching, life-affirming, hopeful, at times aggressive but in the spirit of self-healing, EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE will press your buttons and get on our nerves, you’ll either be irritated by the character Oskar and you’ll want to to walk out of the theaters, or you’ll find away to come to understand him.


Newcomer Thomas Horn, the actual young winner of Jeopardy game show, proves that not only is he smart at countless subjects, he’s also got the chops for acting.


Horn gives an extraordinary performance, Sandra Bullock and Tom Hanks are some of the backbones of this film’s emotional power. And one of cinema’s treasures, Max Von Sydow says so much by not saying a single word. He’s a screen legend who’s still got it.


Because Oskar has a condition called Asperger’s syndrome, as soon as he focuses on one thing, he’ll focus on it so much, everything fades away and he’ll insist on that one thing for as long as he could hold on to it. He interprets the world differently, he speaks out facts and information.


His relationship with his dad is built on his dad’s knowing how to connect with him.
Oskar feels that he has to try to be normal, but both his parents see him as perfect and he receives that signal much stronger from his dad.



But the film is not about Asperger’s syndrome or autism, nor it is about the incident/tragedy either, that’s only the foundation, 9/11 is the backdrop.


EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE is a loss-related film through the eyes of someone whose fears and anxieties are just like everyone else’s when we deal with grief, but Oskar openly expresses those fears, there’s no filter to it if you will, he lets it all out, something that the rest of us probably would need years of therapy to finally be able to do the same.


What I’ve always admired about screenwriter Eric Roth (The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button), who won Oscar for adapting my favorite film of all time, Forrest Gump, is that when it comes to working on adaptations, he knows which changes he needs to make appropriately and the goal that he always sets on his mind when goes about it is to always prioritize the relationships.
Whatever changes he makes, from the original material, is always meant to strengthen the relationships of the characters.


In EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE, in his search to find the lock that the mystery key fits into, in his search to be closer to his dad, Oskar becomes more and more distant from his mother but he later on finds out that his mother is much closer to his heart than he ever gives her credit for.
The goal is reconciliation and finally realizing that it’s ok and it’s time to move on without his dad.

GRADE: 4 out of 5

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New Images From Underworld: Awakening

We have some new images from Underworld: Awakening. Underworld: Awakening stars Kate Beckinsale, Stephen Rea, Michael Ealy, Theo James, India Eisley, Charles Dance, and is directed by Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein.

Underworld Awakening brings a stunning new dimension to the epic battle between Vampires and Lycans, as the first film in the franchise to shoot in 3D.


Kate Beckinsale, star of the first two films, returns in her lead role as the vampire warrioress Selene, who escapes imprisonment to find herself in a world where humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans, and are conducting an all-out war to eradicate both immortal species.


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The movie will be released to theaters on January 20, 2012.


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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

We Have Your Access To See The Devil Inside In Sacramento

In Theaters January 6, 2012

We have your access to The Devil Inside. Paramount Pictures has provide me with an Exclusive code for the fans to get access to the screening in Ssacramento,Ca.

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The Devil Inside is an American supernatural horror film directed and co-written by William Brent Bell, as a documentary-style film about a woman who becomes involved in a series of exorcisms during her quest to determine what happened to her mother, a woman who murdered three people as a result of being possessed by a demon. Produced by Morris Paulson and Matthew Peterman, the film stars Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth, and Suzan Crowley.


On October 30, 1989, Maria Rossi (Suzan Crowley) committed 3 murders during an exorcism performed on her. She has since been in a psychiatric hospital in the Holy Church in Rome.
In 2009, twenty years later, her daughter Isabelle (Fernanda Andrade) and a film crew try to find a pastor/scientist to help Maria. Isabelle starts to question whether she herself will one day be possessed. Maria's possession proves to be unlike anything in the history of Christianity. It goes horribly wrong, and the only piece of evidence is the footage caught by the film crew.



The Devil Inside screening is on Jan 5, 2012 at 7:30 pm at Century Stadium 14.


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Log on to gofobo.com/rsvp and enter the code to download & print passes to see The Devil Inside.

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DISCLAIMER: ARRIVE EARLY! SEATING IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED, EXCEPT FOR MEMBERS OF THE REVIEWING PRESS. THEATRE IS
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ADMISSION AND MUST BE SURRENDERED UPON DEMAND. NO ONE WILL BE ADMITTED WITHOUT A TICKET AND ONLY REVIEWING
PRESS WILL BE ADMITTED AFTER THE SCREENING BEGINS. THIS PASS IS THE PROPERTY OF WARNER BROS. PICTURES WHO RESERVE
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REPRESENTATIVE AT ANY TIME. Duplicate passes will not be accepted. Screening passes are non transferable. This ticket is NOT for resale.
Reselling of tickets is strictly prohibited and punishable by law. All those found in violation will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
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including laptop computers into the theatre and you consent to physical search of your belongings and person for such device. If you attempt
to enter with a recording device, you will be denied admission. If you attempt to use a recording device*, you consent to your Immediate
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We Have Your Access To See The Devil Inside In San Francisco

In Theaters January 6, 2012

We have your access to The Devil Inside. Paramount Pictures has provide me with an Exclusive code for the fans to get access to the screening in San Francisco,Ca.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY


The Devil Inside is an American supernatural horror film directed and co-written by William Brent Bell, as a documentary-style film about a woman who becomes involved in a series of exorcisms during her quest to determine what happened to her mother, a woman who murdered three people as a result of being possessed by a demon. Produced by Morris Paulson and Matthew Peterman, the film stars Fernanda Andrade, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth, and Suzan Crowley.


On October 30, 1989, Maria Rossi (Suzan Crowley) committed 3 murders during an exorcism performed on her. She has since been in a psychiatric hospital in the Holy Church in Rome.
In 2009, twenty years later, her daughter Isabelle (Fernanda Andrade) and a film crew try to find a pastor/scientist to help Maria. Isabelle starts to question whether she herself will one day be possessed. Maria's possession proves to be unlike anything in the history of Christianity. It goes horribly wrong, and the only piece of evidence is the footage caught by the film crew.



The Devil Inside screening is on Jan 5, 2012 at 7:30 pm at AMC Metreon 16 with IMAX.


Make sure to Like SandwichJohnFilms on Facebook and why not come and follow me on Twitter also.


For information on how to get tickets will be found after the Jump...

All you have to do is go to this site and enter the code below.

Log on to gofobo.com/rsvp and enter the code to download & print passes to see The Devil Inside.

Gofobo Code: SANDKK0T

DISCLAIMER: ARRIVE EARLY! SEATING IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED, EXCEPT FOR MEMBERS OF THE REVIEWING PRESS. THEATRE IS
OVERBOOKED TO ENSURE A FULL HOUSE. THEATRE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERBOOKING. THIS PASS DOES NOT GUARANTEE
ADMISSION AND MUST BE SURRENDERED UPON DEMAND. NO ONE WILL BE ADMITTED WITHOUT A TICKET AND ONLY REVIEWING
PRESS WILL BE ADMITTED AFTER THE SCREENING BEGINS. THIS PASS IS THE PROPERTY OF WARNER BROS. PICTURES WHO RESERVE
THE RIGHT TO REFUSE, REVOKE OR LIMIT ADMISSION AT THE DISCRETION OF AN AUTHORIZED STUDIO AND/OR THEATRE
REPRESENTATIVE AT ANY TIME. Duplicate passes will not be accepted. Screening passes are non transferable. This ticket is NOT for resale.
Reselling of tickets is strictly prohibited and punishable by law. All those found in violation will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Warner Bros. owns or controls rights in and to the screening program and the contents thereof and Warner Bros. expressly reserves all such
rights.
MPAA - No Recording
This screening will be monitored for unauthorized recording. By attending, you agree not to bring any audio and/or visual recording device
including laptop computers into the theatre and you consent to physical search of your belongings and person for such device. If you attempt
to enter with a recording device, you will be denied admission. If you attempt to use a recording device*, you consent to your Immediate
removal from the theater and forfeiture of the device. Nothing contained in this notice shall limit the available remedies Warner Bros. may
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The Wachowskis' Cloud Atlas New Concept Art


We've been hearing about the epic scale and cast of The Wachowskis' historical sci-fi drama Cloud Atlas for more than a year now, and we're finally starting to see what the flick will look like. New concept art for the film has just hit the 'Net, giving us a peek at South Korea more than 100 years in the future.

Co-directed by the Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer (who directed, among other things, Run Lola Run and Perfume), Cloud Atlas is an adaptation of David Mitchell's acclaimed novel that tells six stories ranging from the Pacific Ocean of the 1850s to the city of Seoul in the 2100s. The enormous and star-studded cast includes the likes of Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant, Hugo Weaving and Susan Sarandon.

The only real image from the film that's been released so far is this one of Korean star Bae Doona. Donna stars in the futuristic sections of the flick as Sonmi-451, a "genetically-engineered fabricant (clone)."

The rest is just concept art, but it does happen to be extremely intriguing concept art. The first image presents a ship sailing on what looks like a sea of clouds with a city looming in the background, while the second gives us a grim view of the future in Seoul, South Korea in 2144.

It's not much, but Cloud Atlas keeps moving closer to its projected October 2012 release date. It's the Wachowskis, so we doubt all will be clear by then, but at least our wait for the flick has finally become shorter than a year.

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New Images From RAMPART Starring An All-Star Line-Up- The Most Corrupt Cop On Screen

Here are some new images from RAMPART starring Woody Harrelson, Robin Wright, Sigourney Weaver, Ice Cube, Ben Foster, Ned Beatty, Steve Buscemi, Cynthia Nixon and Anne Heche.



Los Angeles, 1999. Officer Dave Brown (two-time Academy Award nominee Woody Harrelson) is a Vietnam vet and a Rampart Precinct cop, dedicated to doing "the people's dirty work" and asserting his own code of justice, often blurring the lines between right and wrong to maintain his action-hero state of mind. When he gets caught on tape beating a suspect, he finds himself in a personal and emotional downward spiral as the consequences of his past sins and his refusal to change his ways in light of a department-wide corruption scandal seal his fate. Brown internalizes his fear, anguish and paranoia as his world, complete with two ex-wives who are sisters, two daughters, an aging mentor dispensing bad advice, investigators galore, and a series of seemingly random women, starts making less and less sense. In the end, what is left is a human being stripped of all his pretense, machismo, chauvinism, arrogance, sexism, homophobia, racism, aggression, misanthropy; but is it enough to redeem him as a man?



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Directed by Oren Moverman (The Messenger), from an original screenplay by James Ellroy (L.A. Confidential) and Moverman, the film also stars Robin Wright, Sigourney Weaver, Ice Cube, Ben Foster, Ned Beatty, Steve Buscemi, Cynthia Nixon and Anne Heche. The film is produced by Lawrence Inglee, Clark Peterson, Ben Foster and Ken Kao. Michael DeFranco serves as executive producer.

Produced by: Larence Inglee, Clark Peterson, Ben Foster and Ken Kao
Directed by: Oren Moverman
Written by: James Ellroy & Oren Moverman
Starring: Woody Harrelson, Robin Wright, Sigourney Weaver, Ice Cube, Ned Beatty, Cynthia Nixon, Anne Heche, Brie Larson
Release date: February 10th, 2011 - NY & LA
Distributor: Millennium Entertainment
Total Running Time: 107 minutes
Rating: R for pervasive language, sexual content and some violence

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