Here are some thoughts on the breakout performance from Brie Larson, and the overall success of Room.
Immortals Directed by Tarsem Singh Starring: Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke, John Hurt, Luke Evans Tonight I ventured into the city
The Change-Up Directed by David Dobkin Starring: Jason Bateman, Ryan Reynolds, Leslie Mann, Olivia Wilde, Alan Arkin Imagine Freaky Friday meets American
This film would be the last film of Stewart’s before he left for war. With World War II breaking out Stewart had enlisted and was commissioned as a second Lieutenant in January 1942.
Understand that this isn’t a film about saving a specific person or character, it’s about something much bigger. It’s the film’s biggest success that it avoids making one person seem more important than anyone else in the struggle for life.
This marks the third of my four-part series on the films still to be released in 2011. Part I and
In 1982 Gandhi was released to critical acclaim. That success would translate into eight Academy Awards as well as another 26 awards and multiple other nominations. Richard Attenborough took home Best Picture and Best Director for this film. Ben Kingsley won Best Actor for his portrayal of this historical figure.
Stewart was also impressive as he played a role that took him into a new genre of films. He would later act in other Westerns including The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and The Shootist to name a few.
Frank Capra created some of the most memorable films in American history. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington stands out as