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Point Break, Review: Death-defying spectacle and spectacular deaths

  Point Break, Review: Death-defying spectacle and spectacular deaths Point break: Noun. In surfing, a type of long-lasting wave, found off a coast with a headland or point. Example: A point break is formed when a swell moves around the land, almost at a right angle to the beach, and a break, which begins near the point, gradually progresses along the wave. A young Johnny Utah (Luke Bracey) watches helplessly as his extreme sports partner Jeff (Max Thieriot) falls to his death from a mou...

112 Original Scores In 2015 Oscar® Race, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   112 Original Scores In 2015 Oscar® Race   By Adrienne Papp The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on December 18th that 112 scores from eligible feature-length motion pictures released in 2015 are in contention for nominations in the Original Score category for the 88th Academy Awards®. The eligible scores along with their composers are listed below, in al...

Celebrity Skin Care Line, Fytofontana, Has Arrived to the United States

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   Celebrity Skin Care Line, Fytofontana, Has Arrived to the United States   By Adrienne Papp Aging. It’s the inevitable condition that all human beings face and that annoying “thing” that we all dread. Recent advances in anti-aging technology have made some of the aging symptoms much less severe, and healthier lifestyles mean that many of us will be able to continue to lead active, youthfu...

Secret in Their Eyes Premiere in LA with smiling beaming Julia Roberts

Red Carpet Footage, Interviews & Photos From The Premiere at The Hammer Museum In Theaters November 20, 2015     ...

'Liza, the Fox-Fairy', 'The Prime of Life' Win CDFF Audience Awards

  9 November 2015 For Immediate release   OTTAWA, ON – The credits have rolled and the ballots are in! The audiences of the second annual Cellar Door Film Festival name Liza, the Fox-Fairy (Liza, a rókatündér) and The Prime of Life (La force de l‘âge) as the winners of the Audience Award for Best Feature Film and Best Short Film, respectively. Liza, the Fox-Fairy, directed by Károly Ujj Mészáros, is a dark fantasy/comedy f...

Goosebumps, Review: BlackJack Stine and the ‘loose’ characters

Goosebumps, Review: BlackJack Stine and the ‘loose’ characters It’s enough to give you goosebumps: over 400 million Goosebumps books have been sold worldwide, in 32 languages, with author R.L. Stine recognised as one of the highest rated, bestselling, children’s authors in history. Goosebumps had its TV adaptation running from 1995 to 1998. Now, here comes the movie, with so much material that the makers were spoilt for choice. A clever technique is used to get past th...

Hotel Transylvania 2, Review: Vampa ire

Hotel Transylvania 2, Review: Vampa ire When you want to turn horror into comedy, what better ploy than to make them animated/CGI characters? Add 3D to that, and the spell is cast. Only problem is, the funnier it gets, the less scary it remains, and vice versa. Like the passers-by in Hotel Transylvania 2, who are far from scared at the past-their-prime monster brigade’s pathetic attempts at instilling fear in them, the audience might find the proceedings short of being very scary or too...

Rock the Kasbah, Review: Afghan star, American war

Rock the Kasbah, Review: Afghan star, American war                                                                             In all probability, the plot of Rock the Kasbah was worked out backwards. Somebody saw an Afghan girl named Setara (meaning ‘star’) Hussainzada sing and dance on a loca...

The Last Witch Hunter, Review: Witch one will Vin?

The Last Witch Hunter, Review: Witch one will Vin?                                                              Like the aliens in Men in Black, the witches here could pass off as persons next door. That is, until they are found out by an 800 year-old man in black, the last surviving witch-hunter. The Last Witch Hunter is not the last movie...

A Bridge of Spies, Review: Spyelberg on spy-swapping--one of theirs for two of ours

A Bridge of Spies, Review: Spyelberg on spy-swapping--one of theirs for two of ours Old school film-making at its charming best is what Steven Spielberg delivers in this potential thriller, that is, instead, crafted as a compelling commentary--on the sordid business of spying, the acceptance of the hard truth that a foreign spy operating in your country is as loyal as your spies indulging in espionage abroad, and the sacred right of every accused in America to a fair trial, be it a US citizen...

Pan, Review: Flying Pantasy

Pan, Review: Flying Pantasy Once you pick up a hundred year-old children’s story and decide to invent its unwritten prequel, 3D and CGI are obvious choices. Yes, you could go overboard on both counts, but so long as you have packed it with a generous dose of thrills, and given it break-neck pace, you can make a fantasy both exciting and interesting. Pan offers above par performances, not so common in fairy-tales, mounts a huge canvas and makes sweeping brush-strokes. There are issues ab...

Sicario, Review: One drug cartel is better than two

Sicario, Review: One drug cartel is better than two Breath-taking aerial shots of the US-Mexico border area and amazingly choreographed encounter scenes are the highlight of Sicario, a drug cartel crime thriller about an FBI-CIA joint operation that does on land what the US army and air-force have been doing in foreign countries for decades: seek, find and eliminate the enemy. Every player has questionable motives, except a couple of conscientious FBI operatives, and even they eventually fall...

"CLEAN CUT" READY TO MAKE AN INCISION AT ATLANTIC CITY CINEFEST 2015

                KEITH COLLINS-DOUG BOLLINGER-SAMANTHA ARTESE-MICHAEL BILLY STAR IN NEW THRILLER "CLEAN CUT"   Award-Winning Team To Have World Premiere In Atlantic City, NJ   "The straightest people can be the most twisted"   The psychologically disturbing new Thriller feature film "Clean Cut" will have its highly antici...

The Intern, Review: Good turn

The Intern, Review: Good turn A 30-something Internet start-up founder finds a soul-mate in a 70-something company ‘intern’. So, what does she do? Get involved with him romantically? Banish the thought. She is looking for a CEO to run the company more efficiently, and the old man has been a marketing manager. So, what does she do? Promote him to CEO? No way. She finds that her house-husband is cheating on her. So, all hell breaks loose? Not a chance. The Intern carefully avoids al...

Jessica Bazan custom designs for Adrienne Papp at The Emmys 2015

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   Jessica Bazan custom designs for Plus Size Women in high-fashion style! Adrienne Papp of Youthful and Ageless wearing Jessica Bazan Divine Creation A Born Natural Talent  By Adrienne Papp It’s always exciting to find new talents in creative fields. Jessica Bazan is a shining example of an emerging new fashion designer in Los Angeles who is now on the verge of...

(Maze Runner II)-The Scorch Trials, Review: Trial and terror

(Maze Runner II)-The Scorch Trials, Review: Trial and terror                                                                  Titles can mislead. Read in standalone mode, The Scorch Trials can easily be mistaken to be a film chronicling a series of court-room cases about burning issues. Of course, it is “no issue”, if ...

Pawn Sacrifice, Review: Check this out, Mate

In the only Urdu/Hindi film he ever made, Indian cinema’s Bengali language grandmaster Satyajit Ray used chess as a metaphor, setting it against the backdrop of the crumbling Navabi rule over Avadh (Lucknow), and its imminent take-over by the British East India company. It was simply called Shatranj Ke Khilari (The Chess Players). Another chess film, a 30-minute short made in 1988, was called Queen Sacrifice. The present film manages with just a pawn sacrifice! Two feature-length recent ...

Black Mass, Review: Whitey’s black deeds and the FBI’s blind eye

Black Mass, Review: Whitey’s black deeds and the FBI’s blind eye Black Mass is a term used to indicate a reverse Christian mass, the inversion of the traditional Latin Mass celebrated by the Roman Catholic Church, one that celebrates the occult. People who know this would think that a film with such a name was another supernatural horror drama. It is nothing of the kind. So, the makers toyed with the idea of changing the title, but for reasons best known to them, stuck with the or...

How to Age Fantastically?, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   How to Age Fantastically? By Adrienne Papp   By Adrienne Papp   Aging Fantastically© will host the Aging Fantastically Festival on Sunday, October 4th, 2015. The event will include lifestyle information on health, education, beauty aids and procedures, technology, exercise, Self-Employment Training, (SET), and financial planning. For men and women this festival will embrace the philosoph...

We Are Your Friends, Review: A DJ’s success recipe--EDM, BPM and PCP

Instagram founder Kevin Systrom sold his company for a billion dollars, so what are these four coming-of-age ‘bro’s doing wasting their time? In between luring young music lovers to ‘socials’ and gigs, for a fee, they are doing drugs, while nursing hopes of hitting big time. Since they live on the other side of the Hollywood valley, in San Fernando, one of them, not surprisingly, wants to become an actor; another hopes to make it as a Disc Jockey (DJ), with at least one...

Spike Lee, Debbie Reynolds and Gena Rowlands to Receive Academy’s 2015 Awards,

  Adrienne Papp and Debbie Reynolds   By Adrienne Papp The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voted Tuesday night (August 25) to present Honorary Awards to Spike Lee and Gena Rowlands, and the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Debbie Reynolds.  All three awards will be presented at the Academy’s 7th Annual Governors Awards on Saturday, November 14, at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center&...

Fortissimo Acquires International Rights to Epic Tragedy ” LA NOVIA” , By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   Fortissimo Acquires International Rights to Epic Tragedy ” LA NOVIA” , By Adrienne Papp   By Adrienne Papp  FORTISSIMO ACQUIRES INTERNATIONAL SALES RIGHTS TO PAULA ORTIZ’S EPIC TRAGEDY “LA NOVIA”.   THE FILM WILL DEBUT IN THE ZABALTEGI SECTION OF THE 63RD SAN SEBASTIAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.   LONDON, AUGUST 28, 2015: Fortissimo Film...

The American Film Market, 2,000 + New Films and Projects, By Adrienne Papp

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Released by the AFM, by Adrienne Papp  Follow us on Facebook The Film Catalogue Weekly Update |  Now in Pre-Production Locked In Pre-Production (2016) - English - Thriller,Action/Adventure,Suspense ...

David Hill and Reginald Hudlin Tapped to Produce 88th Oscars®, By Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   David Hill and Reginald Hudlin Tapped to Produce 88th Oscars®, By Adrienne Papp   By Adrienne Papp    Emmy®-winning live television producer David Hill and Oscar®-nominated producer-director Reginald Hudlin will produce the 88th Oscars telecast, Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs announced today.  It will be their...

Celebrating the 25th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards, BY Adrienne Papp

SPOTLIGHT MEDIA PRODUCTIONS   Celebrating the 25th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards   By Adrienne Papp    Industry professionals from around the world will join  the 25th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards (www.25lama.com ) on September 17, 2015 at the world-famous Whisky a Go-Go on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood.   The event was founded in 1991 by entertainment industry entre...
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