A Movie For Everyone – Dec. 18, 2014

December 18th, 2014 by Asaf

Three major nation wide releases plus one Mr. Turner are out this holiday weekend. Do you know what you want to watch this weekend? If you don’t, that’s what we’re here for.

A movie for everyone this week:

  1. The Hobbit concludes it’s epic exciting journey in “The Battle of the Five Armies“.
  2. If you have to hang out with your family there’s the Sentimental Feel GoodAnnie“.
  3. Or, if your family is of the adventurous humorous kind, there’s the 3rd “Night at the Museum“.
  4. The award winner biography,Mr. Turner”, should attract all you art lovers.
  5. A great date night is waiting for anyone interested in the critically acclaimed dramedyTop Five
  6. scary and supernatural experience is expected for anyone who decides to visit “The Pyramid”.
  7. Or, a captivating and uplifting experience for anyone who joins Reese Witherspoon on “Wild”.
  8. If you know some preschoolers or pre-teens looking for some exciting and humorous time there’s “The Penguins of Madagascar“.
  9. Nick, Kurt and Dale are inviting you once again to join their crime gone awry ride in the comedy of errorsHorrible Bosses 2“.
  10. With the Golden Globe nominations on its back, “Birdman” is a great offbeat dramedy.
  11. Of course, there’s the futuristic adventure blockbuster, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1“.
  12. Or, if you prefer not serious films, preferably something with Silly humor, you have “Dumb and Dumber To”.
  13. Looking for touching music dramas? There’s “Beyond The Lights”.
  14. You can find some exciting fun for a family Outing in “Big Hero 6″.

Choose your film carefully; it’s your entertainment :)


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December’s Finest!

November 30th, 2014 by Asaf_and _Barak

It’s here. December that is. It’s here and as always it brings quite a few things. It brings the end of the year. It brings Christmas. And, most importantly, it brings the beginning of the award season. As the Golden Globe nominations are about to be announced on the 11th, things are heating up and we have quite a few movies that want to be on that list. Plus, of course, we have our usual dose of TV show recommendations for you, 6 movies & 6 TV shows for the 12th month of the year. Here are December’s Finest!



Let’s begin our wild ride with…

Wild – For those looking for uplifting and emotional journeys.

What? One woman who’s longing to be announced on the 11th is Reese Witherspoon. And it seems she’s got a pretty good chance as she portrays the true story of Cheryl Strayed, a woman with nothing to lose who decided to go on a 1000 mile hike armed with nothing more than determination. Seems like a captivating adventure.

When? Dec. 5, 2014

Who? Reese Witherspoon, Michiel Huisman, Gaby Hoffman and Laura Dern. Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas Buyers Club, C.R.A.Z.Y.)

Exodus: Gods and Kings – For those looking for epic and historical adventures.

What? You know if Moses is right? Of course you do, everybody does. So Moses wants to once again release 600,000 slaves (give or take a few dozen) from the vicious ruler Pharaoh. Throw in some stylized special effects and there you have it.

When? Dec. 12, 2014

Who? Christian Bale as Moses would have to take on Joel Edgerton as Rhamses. Aaron Paul, Sigourney Weaver, Ben Kingsley also accompanies them. Directed by the visionary/awful visionary (cross your preference) Ridley Scott.

The Gambler – For those looking for some rough thrillers for Christmas.

What? Christmas is filled with family outing titles (The Hobbit, Annie and Night at the Museum 3) but let’s focus on those not in the Christmas spirit.
The Gambler is a remake of a 1974 crime thriller starring James Caan. The story follows a college professor whose got a bit of a gambling addiction which soon enough attracts some pissed off gangsters after him. His personal life isn’t great either as his mother is dying plus his involved in an affair with one of his students.  Hope the dice roll in his favor.

When? Dec. 19, 2014.

Who? Mark Wahlberg, Jessica Lange, John Goodman and the always wonderful Brie Larson. Directed by Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes). Written by Oscar winner William Monahan (The Departed).

Mr. Turner – For anyone who’s into captivating biographies revolving around artist’s life.

What? Mr. Turner is also a strong nominee to be nominated. Mike Leigh’s new picture revolves around the eccentric life of British painter J.M.W. Turner. The acclaimed artist who was deeply effected by his father’s death and lead a rollercoaster life. We’re all invited for the ride.

When? Dec. 19, 2014.

Who? Timothy Spall (who already won the best actor award in Cannes film festival). Dorothy Atkinson, Paul Jesson and Marion Bailey. Written and directed but long time veteran Mike Leigh.

Into the Woods – For those who are into a bit scary and a bit humorous musicals.

What? The Tony award winner mixes genres and fairytales like there’s no tomorrow. An evil witch curses a young couple. Luckily, there are Cinderella, Rapunzel, Red Hiding Hood and Jack with his magical beans who’ll try to overcome that witch.

When? Dec. 26, 2014.

Who? a wonderful all star castMeryl Streep, Johnny Depp, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, Emily Blunt, Lucy Punch, James Corden, Christine Baranski and Tracey Ullman. Directed by Rob Marshall.

The Interview – For teens (or teens in spirit) who love silly and irreverent humor.

What? Dave Skylark is TV show host looking for professional recognition. When he and his producer learn North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, loves their show they manage to get a once in a lifetime opportunity in the form of an exclusive interview. The problem is the two dimwits are recruited by the CIA to take this opportunity and assassinate the leader.

When? Dec. 26, 2014.

Who? Seth Rogen and James Franco collaborate yet again. They are accompanied by Lizzy Caplan, Timothy Simons and Randall Park as the ruthless dictator. Directed by Evan Goldberg (This is the End) and Seth Rogen.

TV shows:

One Child – For fans of powerful dramas with a strong female presence.

What? Tells the story of a young Chinese-born woman, Mei (Leung), adopted at birth by a couple in the UK, who suddenly gets called back to her native Guangzhou by her birth mother.

When? Dec. 5, 2014.

Who? The Sundance mini-series stars Katie Leung and Elizabeth Perkins.

The Red Tent – It’s a Lifetime series, so presuming it’s mainly for a female audience is what you’d call a fair assumption.

What? A sweeping tale that takes place during the times of the Old Testament, told through the eyes of Dinah, the daughter of Leah and Jacob. Based on the best-selling novel by Anita Diamant.

When? Dec. 7, 2014.

Who? Starring Minnie Driver and Rebecca Ferguson.

The Librarians – For people who enjoy escapade movies like National Treasure and Indiana Jones.

What? Four ordinary people from around the world are selected to work for the Library, an ancient order dedicated to solving supernatural mysteries and protecting the innocent from the secret magical world around us.

When? Dec. 7, 2014.

Who? Starring John Larroquette, Rebecca Romijn and Noah Wyle.

Marco Polo – For anyone who likes exciting periodic adventures (like the movie Mongol for example). Some call it the Chinese Game of Thrones.

What? Follows the famed explorer’s journey that takes him to the center of a brutal war in 13th century China, a world replete with exotic martial arts, political trickery, spectacular battles and sexual intrigue.

When? Dec. 12, 2014.

Who? An international cast that includes Lorenzo Richelmy , Benedict Wong, Remy Hii and Vanessa Vanderstraaten.

Ascension – For people who like Stargate, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica and Interstellar .

What? In 1963, the U.S. government launched a covert space mission sending hundreds of men, women and children on a century-long voyage aboard the starship Ascension to populate a new world. The show follows their journey in space.

When? Dec. 15, 2014.

Who? Brian Van Holt, Tricia Helfer and Andrea Roth star.

Mozart in the Jungle – For people who like watching semi-serious comedies about the wild lifestyle of drugs and casual sex in the world of music. Classical music in this instant…

What? Sex, drugs–and classical music–what happens behind the curtains at the symphony can be just as captivating as what happens on stage.

When? Dec. 23, 2014.

Who? Gael García Bernal, Malcolm McDowell and Saffron Burrows are the three biggest names in the impressive cast


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A Movie For Everyone – Dec. 4, 2014

November 27th, 2014 by Asaf

A slow weekend in theaters this weekend but don’t let that stop you. There are still a lot of great films to watch so if you can’t decide, we’re here to help!