Friday, February 27, 2009

Movie Hits You Can View On The Web

By Orion Hears

This is a sampling of movie hits for 2008. These are some of the motion pictures that I think you might like. Hopefully you will see a picture or two that you will enjoy.

ROLE MODELS: Danny and Wheeler, who promote an energy drink, might be seeing some hard jail time because they binged, and trashed the company truck. The way they can avoid being locked up is to perform 150 hours of community service. They will have to mentor troubled kids in a big brother type situation. The pieces are all in place for this to be very funny.

HAMLET 2: Unsuccessful actor Dana Marshz has moved on to teaching theater classes at the high school to bored and unmotivated kids. When they lose a building at the campus, the administration decides the theater curriculum will get the axe. Wanting to fight, he is on a mission to save the theater classes by producing Hamlet 2, an original interpretation of the Shakespeare classic, which he writes himself.

TROPIC THUNDER: With an abundance of acting talent this outrageous flick is a classic parody of popular war films. To get a realistic performance from his crew to make a true epic masterpiece, the now venturesome director into the middle of nowhere, and leaves them on their own. The object is to overwhelm them into producing a war classic, which hidden cameras will capture. Incredibly, because the director walks over a land mine and is blown apart, the spoiled actors are on their own, and they are convinced everything is just an act, but the bullets flying are actually real. Here?s a great cast with incredible make up for Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Cruise.

10,000 B.C.: This movie will take you back almost 12,000 years. When a warlike tribe attacks the Yaghai's, they kidnap the beautiful Evolet. A strong young hunter, D'Leh, who is in love with her, leads a group of hunters to pursue the warlords, and rescue Evolet and the others.

JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH: Trying to find his missing brother, a science professor goes on a mission that puts him on a journey to the center of earth. This is another version of the original 1959 movie, which was based on the science fiction book by renowned author Jules Verne. Starring Brendan Fraser and Josh Hutchinson, this film doesn?t dissapoint.

MADAGASCAR: ESCAPE 2 AFRICA: This is obviously the continuation to the highly acclaimed Madagascar. Our four animal stars want to return to New York's famous Central Park Zoo, from their first adventure. Instead, as the Penguins are up to their old tricks, they will wind up going to have more adventures first.

GET SMART: Maxwell Smart, as agent 86, is at it again, and he has us right where he wants us. The evil organization (KAOS) vs. the good guys (CONTROL); The shoe phone, and all the classic quotes. It's a trip down memory lane to look back at the antics of Maxwell Smart.

BOLT: Bolt: This film is a fun animation. Bolt, is a dog who is an actor, who in his role on television, has super hero dog powers. The thing about Bolt is that he is convinced he has superpowers. When he is accidentally finds himself in a real world situation, he discovers that he is just a dog. Now, trying to get back home, he is aided by a cat named Mittens, and an overweight hamster named Rhino.

WALL-E: This film is an animation comedy. Mankind has left Earth, since it had become a pile of rubbish. Wall-E, a robot built to remove trash, has been left behind to clean up the planet. When a recon robot (Eve) appears, checking for any signs of life, Walle-E has a friend. When Eve is retrieved by the spaceship that sent her, Wall-E sneaks aboard, and begins an exciting new life.

These days just about everyone buys or rents these movies, so they can see them in the comfort of their living rooms. A more recent method for getting films is through downloads from online sources. The internet has many websites that will download virtually any movie ever made. - 16651

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