The year is almost over and it was one heck of a movie marathon as movies got the most of us especially this holiday seasons. Records search notes movies from family dramas, to SciFi to those favorite vampires and warewolves: we got to enjoy them all and hopefully more this coming 2010. The list of movies just goes more and more and more.
Start January with a bang as New Year gets the spirit of celebration in a horrific way with the movie thriller “Case 39”. Starring Renee Zellweger as Emily Jenkins, a dedicated family services social worker who rescues the troubled 10-year old Lilith Sullivan played by Jodelle Ferlan. Background check on the child showed Emily how Lilith’s parents tried to kill her, however, not until the child stayed with her that she realized the reason to the parents’ action.
Another January treat comes in tutus, wings and a magic wand; Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is “The Tooth Fairy”. The film centers on the life of hockey player Derek Thompson who was sentence to one week’s hard labor as a real tooth fairy: going for instant people search on kids with loose tooth and coming into their houses. This fate happened after discouraging a youngster’s hopes. However it was during this episode, however, that he rediscovers his own forgotten dreams.
March 5 marks the premier of that well beloved tale: Alice in Wonderland. It’s a whole new adventure as the remake of this tale gives more excitement starring Mia Wasikowska as Alice Kingsley, Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter, and Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen.
Following Alice is a movie Season of the Witch starring Nicolas Cage as Lavey. The story revolves around a group of 14th Century Knights in France who must transport a woman accused of witchcraft. She was to be brought to the mountain abbey where a group of monks are to destroy her powers—the believed source of the Black Plague.
These are but three of the movies coming up for the first quarter of the year. The year is loaded with great movies starring your favorite stars. Better be on the lookout for the remake of A Nightmare On Elm Street and the most awaited film from the popular video game Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. It’s another fun at the theaters for next year’s big blockbusters.