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"Jack and Jill," rated PG, is being released November 11th and stars Adam Sandler as Jack Sadelstein/Jill Sadelstein, Katie Holmes as Erin Sadelstein, Al Pacino as himself, Eugenio Derbez as Felipe, Tim Meadows as Ted, Nick Swardson as Todd, Allen Covert as Joel Farley/Otto, Valerie Mahaffey as Bitsy Simmons, Gad Elmaleh as Xavier, Gary Valentine as Dallas, Dana Carvey as Crazy puppeteer, John and Matthew Yuan as Asian twins, David Spade as Damien Farley/Monica, Rob Schneider as Alan, Dennis Dugan as Henry, Norm MacDonald as Funbucket, Simrin Player as Josephina, John Farley (uncredited) as Mort the hot dog vendor, Santiago Segura as Spanish worker, Regis Philbin, Shaquille O'Neal, Lamar Odom, Michael Irvin, Billy Blanks, Bruce Jenner, Johnny Depp, Drew Carey, Jared Fogle, John McEnroe, Christie Brinkley, Dan Patrick, Bill Romanowski and Vince Offer. Directed by Dennis Dugan. Jack and Jill (2011) is a Comedy movie and the film distributed by Sony Pictures. Jack Sadelstein, a successful advertising executive in Los Angeles with a beautiful wife and kids, who dreads one event each year: the Thanksgiving visit of his identical twin sister Jill. Jill's neediness and passive-aggressiveness is maddening to Jack, turning his normally tranquil life upside down. Watch Jack and Jill (2011) movie free stream online

Jack & Jill was widely panned by critics; review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 3% of 100 critics have given the film a positive review, with a rating average of 2.6 out of 10." Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, gives the film a score of 23 based on 26 reviews. The CinemaScore polls were slightly more positive, reporting that the average grade moviegoers gave the film was a "B" on an A+ to F scale and an "A−" from audiences under age 18. 

Mary Pols of Time Magazine ranked the film #1 on the Top 10 Worst Movies of 2011. TV Guide included the film on its "The Worst of 2011" list. Andrew Barker of Variety said that the film's "general stupidity, careless direction and reliance on a single-joke premise that was never really funny to begin with are only the most obvious of its problems." Internet review show Half in the Bag, criticized Jack and Jill for recycling gags from Sandler's previous films, incessant product placement, and laziness in terms of both writing and production quality. 

Despite general poor reviews, the film did receive some positive reception. Al Pacino's performance was praised, with Rotten Tomatoes calling his performence "inexplicably committed." Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle stated that while he found the character Jill herself annoying, that "...almost everything else in this comedy succeeds. The central situation...has comic energy...(the film has) successful bits and big moments of satisfying comedy." 

Jack and Jill was nominated for a nearly record-breaking twelve awards at the 32nd Golden Raspberry Awards, including Worst Picture, though it was eligible for 10 wins since the film had two nominees each competing for both the worst supporting actor and worst supporting actress awards. It ended up winning all 10 categories: Worst Picture, Worst Actor (Sandler), Worst Actress (Sandler as Jill), Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Supporting Actor (Al Pacino, playing himself), Worst Supporting Actress (David Spade as Monica), Worst Screen Couple (Sandler and either Katie Holmes, Pacino or himself), Worst Screen Ensemble and Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel (remake/rip-off of Glen or Glenda). 

Despite all the negative awards, Sandler also won "Favorite Movie Actor" at the 2012 Kids' Choice Awards. 

The film opened in 3,438 theaters at #2 with $25,003,575, behind Immortals, which debuted in the top spot with $32,206,425. The film closed on February 26, 2012 with a total gross of $74,158,157 in the United States and Canada. It also made $75,515,631 in other territories, for worldwide gross of $149,673,788 against its $79 million budget. 

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released Jack and Jill on DVD and Blu-ray on March 6, 2012.
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Immortals is an Adventure, Drama, Action, 3D, Period, War and Fantasy film set to be released this November 11, 2011 in theaters wide. The story in the movie Immortals (2011), the brutal and bloodthirsty King Hyperion and his murderous Heraklion army are rampaging across Greece in search of the long lost Bow of Epirus. With the invincible Bow, the king will be able to overthrow the Gods of Olympus and become the undisputed master of his world. With ruthless efficiency, Hyperion and his legions destroy everything in their wake, and it seems nothing will stop the evil king's mission. As village after village is obliterated, a stonemason named Theseus vows to avenge the death of his mother in one of Hyperion's raids. When Theseus meets the Sybelline Oracle, Phaedra, her disturbing visions of the young man's future convince her that he is the key to stopping the destruction. With her help, Theseus assembles a small band of followers and embraces his destiny in a final desperate battle for the future of humanity. The film is directed by Tarsem Singh, under the distribution of Relativity Media, MPAA rating as R. Immortals cast are Henry Cavill as Theseus, Stephen Dorff as Stavros, Luke Evans as Zeus, Isabel Lucas as Athena, Kellan Lutz as Poseidon, Freida Pinto as Phaedra, Mickey Rourke as King Hyperion, John Hurt as Old Man, Joseph Morgan as Lysander, Peter Stebbings as Helios, Daniel Sharman as Ares, Anne Day-Jones as Aethra, Greg Bryk as Nycomedes, Corey Sevier as Apollo, Steve Byers as Heracles, Robert Maillet as Minotaur, Romano Orzari as Icarus, Alan Van Sprang as Dareios, Stephen McHattie as Cassander, Mark Margolis as The New Priest, Robert Naylor as Young Theseus and Gage Munroe as Acamas. Watch Immortals (2011) movie online free

This film incorporates some elements from classical Greek myths filmed using 3D technology, necessitating extensive post production. Director Tarsem Singh said that he was planning an action film using Renaissance painting styles. He then went on to say that the film is "Basically, Caravaggio meets Fight Club. It's a really hardcore action film done in Renaissance painting style. I want to see how that goes; it's turned into something really cool. I'm going for a very contemporary look on top of that so I'm kind of going with, you know, Renaissance time with electricity. So it's a bit like Baz Luhrman doing Romeo + Juliet in Mexico; it's just taking a particular Greek tale and half (make it contemporary) and telling it." The film had a production budget of $80 million ($75 million after tax rebates) to $120 million and cost "at least" $35 million to market. 

The score for the film was composed by Trevor Morris and has been released on 8 November 2011. 

Immortals received mixed to negative reviews. According to review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film received an approval rating of 37%-an average rating of 5.1 out of 10- based on 106 reviews. The site provides a critical consensus that states: "the melding of real sets, CG work, and Tarsem's signature style produces fireworks, though the same can't be said for Immortals' slack, boring storytelling." Metacritic assigns the film a weighted average score of 46 (out of 100) based on 23 reviews from mainstream critics, considered to be "mixed or average reviews." The polls by the market research form CinemaScore reported that the average grade moviegoers gave the film was a "B" on an A+ to F scale and a "B+" from the under-25 crowd. It received an honorable mention from one MTV staff member. as well as Guy Lodge's #20 of his top twenty list on HitFix, where he described the movie as a "big, silly blockbuster" and as a "homoerotic ... swords-and-sandals-and-fetishwear spectacular," as well as noting how inaccurate its mythology is. Furthermore it was on Toro Magazine's Top Ten list, with the reviewer clarifying how he was one of the only viewers who appreciated the film, and most viewers had problems with "its confusing plot, thin characters, [and] its treatment of myth and history." as well as Glasgow To The Movies' Top Ten Films of 2011, which clarified that it "is the weakest of director Tarsem Singh’s directorial efforts to date," and specifically noting that it is a rip-off of 300 which doesn't even end up in the "same league" as the film it tries to copy, finally concluding "Tarsem will never match his debut masterpiece, but it’s a hell of a lot of fun watching him try." It also was nominated for several Saturn Awards, including Best Fantasy Film. 

In North America, it was released on November 11, 2011. Despite the launch of anticipated video games including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Skyrim, Immortals had a $1.4 million midnight showings and then grossed a total of $14.8 million on its opening day, topping the daily box office. It then finished the weekend of November 11–13, 2011 at #1 with $32.2 million, ranking as Relativity Media's biggest opening weekend to date, against newcomers J. Edgar and Jack and Jill. 3D showings accounted for a substantial 66% of the weekend gross. The film's audience was 60 percent male, 75 percent under the age of 35. 

Outside North America, it earned $38 million overseas from 35 countries on its opening weekend. Its highest-grossing territories were Russia ($8.2 million), China ($5.7 million) and South Korea ($4.5 million). The film has earned $83,504,017 in the United States and Canada and $143,400,000 in other countries, for a worldwide total of $226,904,017. 

Immortals was released on DVD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D on March 5, 2012 in the United Kingdom and on March 6, 2012 in the United States and Canada. In its first week of release 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment sold more than 1.2 million units of the film making it the week's #1 film in Home Entertainment. It sold 648,947 DVD units for a total of $11,116,462 and 926,964 Blu-ray Units for a total of $21,310,902 for the week ending March 11, 2012. An additional 100,000 3-D units sold totaling almost $40,000,000 in home entertainment sales in its first week of release in the US. 

Archaia Press released a graphic novel tie-in. Called Immortals: Gods and Heroes, the hardcover book featured new stories that expanded on the universe established in the film.
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Download the movie Tower Heist online. Tower Heist (2011) is a Comedy, Heist, Action/Adventure, Crime and Drama movie that set to be released wide on November 4, 2011. In Tower Heist, queens native Josh Kovacs has managed one of the most luxurious and well-secured residences in New York City for more than a decade. Under his watchful eye, nothing goes undetected. In the swankiest unit atop Josh's building, Wall Street titan Arthur Shaw is under house arrest after being caught stealing two billion from his investors. The hardest hit among those he defrauded? The tower staffers whose pensions he was entrusted to manage. 

With only days before Arthur gets away with the perfect crime, Josh's crew turns to petty crook Slide to plan the nearly impossible…to steal what they are sure is hidden in Arthur's guarded condo. Though amateurs, these rookie thieves know the building better than anyone. Turns out they've been casing the place for years, they just didn't know it. Stars in Tower Heist movie are Ben Stiller as Josh Kovacs, Eddie Murphy as Slide, Casey Affleck as Charlie Gibbs, Alan Alda as Arthur Shaw, Matthew Broderick as Mr. Fitzhugh, Téa Leoni as Claire Denham, Michael Peña as Enrique Dev'reaux, Gabourey Sidibe as Odessa Montero. Tower Heist is directed by Brett Ratner and distributed by Universal Pictures, MPAA rating as PG-13. So download free Tower Heist (2011) movie HD online

The idea for Tower Heist began development as early as 2005, when Murphy pitched a concept to producer Brian Grazer and Ratner concerning an all-star cast of black comedians including Chris Tucker, Kevin Hart, Dave Chapelle, Tracy Morgan, and Martin Lawrence, as a group of disgruntled employees who plan to rob Donald Trump and Trump Tower. The film was originally titled Trump Heist under this concept. A script was developed by Adam Cooper and Bill Collage and over the course of the next five years, the script was rewritten by several writers including Russell Gewirtz, Rawson Marshall Thurber, Ted Griffin, Leslie Dixon, Noah Baumbach, and Jeff Nathanson, with the bulk of the work – and credit – going to Griffin and Nathanson. 

Rewrites of the script gradually moved away from the ensemble of comedians and began to focus on two central characters, at which point Murphy left the project. For Ratner however, the modified script reminded him of the Ocean's Eleven remake, a project he had developed but for which he was unavailable due to his commitment to directing Rush Hour 2. 

The project remained in development for a period of years but Ratner remained committed to the project, having enjoyed the heist films of the 1970s including The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, The Hot Rock, and The Anderson Tapes, turning down the opportunity to direct other films such as Horrible Bosses, which he instead produced. Ratner would also claim that he wanted to work with Murphy, to whom Ratner partially credited for inspiring his Rush Hour films. As the script began to be finalized, Murphy was drawn back into the much-changed project after being informed of Stiller's participation, with Murphy being offered the role of Slide. Murphy rejoined as both a cast member and producer, alongside Grazer and Kim Roth. In later October 2010, the film was finally scheduled for release, being given a November 4, 2011 release date. 

Feeling the original concept was too close to Ocean's Eleven, Ratner attempted to recruit Rush Hour screenwriter Nathanson to perform additional work on the Tower Heist script, but at that time Nathanson was unavailable. Ratner instead hired Griffin, a writer on the Ocean's Eleven remake. Griffin "brought the real motivation and the heart to the concept", moving away from the premise of performing an ensemble heist on a rich Donald Trump-type, and focusing instead on a group of blue-collar employees who take on a corrupt, thieving Bernard Madoff-like businessman who has embezzled their pensions. Ratner enjoyed the pitch and brought it to Grazer who gave his approval. After taking the script to Stiller and bringing him into the project, Ratner had Noah Baumbach perform specific rewrites for Stiller's character. Nathanson then came aboard the project and performed the final rewrites to Griffin's screenplay in October 2010, adding "the obstacles, complexities and specificities of the characters." 

To help develop the script, the filmmakers and writers spoke with the resident managers of several high-profile New York hotels to learn of their experiences interacting with their clientele. This research gave Griffin the idea for Shaw's possessing a vehicle in his apartment, which Grazer and Ratner eventually decided would be a rare 1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso which once belonged to Steve McQueen. On his research, Nathanson said: 
 "It was informative, to say the least, to speak with the people who work in these buildings. I interviewed everyone from doormen to housekeepers to building managers. There's a whole underworld to the New York building scene that exists in the basements that most people are unaware of. They make it all possible, and you just never see it. It's fascinating." 
Filming began on November 2010, taking place entirely in New York City on a budget of $85 million ($75 million after tax rebates). Production designer Kristi Zea visited several upscale hotels and high-rise residences to research the design elements to incorporate into the opulent surroundings of the tower and Shaw's penthouse. Zea created an amalgamation of the elements she saw during her research to create a sophisticated lobby design for the tower. For Shaw's penthouse, Zea took inspiration from a top-floor apartment in the Trump International Hotel and Tower at Central Park West in Columbus Circle. Zea populated the apartment with an assortment of art pieces to represent Shaw's status, based on specific artists and works that Ratner suggested. Zea decided to use modern-classic reproduction designs by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Francis Bacon, Cy Twombly, and Andy Warhol. Explaining her decision, Zea said "These days, it seems wealthy people want to have wall power. They want to have art on their walls that means something and shows people, just like a car, that, 'I'm rich, I'm smart and I know what I'm doing.'"
Donald Trump allowed the production to use several of his own properties to portray the luxurious locales with the Trump International Hotel and Tower's being used for exterior shots of the tower. A foot and car chase sequence was filmed on Central Park West and Columbus Avenue. Some vehicle filming occurred on sound stages in Brooklyn. The burglary itself takes place during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, requiring the crew to film parts of the actual parade itself, and then recreate the event one week later for further filming. 

For Shaw's Ferrari, it was decided that purchasing an actual model – of which only 350 exist and would cost at least $1 million – would be too expensive and the vehicle would be unsuitable for filming purposes. Instead, two replicas were commissioned, a process which took three months under the supervision of prop master Peter Gelfman. The replicas then received additional reinforcement for filming purposes from Steve Kirshoff and the special effects crew. After running camera tests on several authentic Ferrari colors, it was decided to paint the replicas bright red in order to create a lasting impression instead of using the actual metallic brown muted-coloring of McQueen's vehicle. 

Sidibe and Murphy performed the only improvised scene, in which they are cracking a safe together. Test screenings did not result in any scenes' being cut from the film, with Ratner claiming that the theatrical version is his "director's cut". However, he did remove scenes which he felt "didn't fit", or did not match the PG-13 rating the filmmakers were targeting. 

In post-production, Universal decided to film a new scene for the ending that would feature a reunion between Stiller and Murphy's characters. Murphy, however, refused to return unless he were paid a further $500,000 on top of his $7.5 million salary. The studio declined to pay the additional money and the scene was not shot. 

The soundtrack was composed by The Hangover's Christophe Beck. The Tower Heist Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was released on November 1, 2011, by Varèse Sarabande. It consists of 22 tracks with a runtime of 40 minutes. 

The world premiere of Tower Heist took place on October 24, 2011, at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City.

Tower Heist has earned $78,046,570 (51.0%) in the United States and Canada, and a further $74,884,053 (49.0%) elsewhere, for a worldwide box-office gross of $152,930,623 as of February 29, 2012. 

Pre-release audience tracking in the United States indicated that the film had strong awareness among males of all ages, followed by older women. Universal Pictures projected opening takings of $25–30 million during the opening weekend – aiming below expectations due to a slow marketplace – with rival studios claiming that the film would need to make at least $30 million to be a success.

In the United States and Canada, Tower Heist opened in 3,367 theaters. The film took $85,000 from midnight screenings and a total of $8.5 million opening Friday, becoming the number one grossing film for the day. Although the film had been expected to be the number one film for the weekend, it took $10.5 million on the opening Saturday, falling behind the animated film Puss in Boots ($15.3 million). Tower Heist became the number two film for the weekend with $24 million, behind Puss in Boots ($34 million), with 70% of the audience being over the age of 25—the largest segment, 27%, being over 50—and 56% male. The opening audience was ethnically diverse consisting of 48% Caucasian, 21% African American, and 21% Hispanic. 

Tower Heist was released on November 2, 2011, in the United Kingdom and opened in a total of 23 countries, including Germany, Spain, Hong Kong, and India, by November 4, 2011, at a total of 1,948 theaters. The opening weekend saw the film gross $9.5 million –an average of $5,000 per theater – with the largest earnings coming from the United Kingdom ($2.3 million at 416 theaters) where it was the number three film for the weekend, and Spain ($1.6 million at 300 theaters) where it was the number two film. 

The film received a generally positive reception from critics, garnering 68% approval from 175 critics – an average rating of 6.2 out of 10 – on review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes, whose consensus reads: "Tower Heist is a true Brett Ratner joint: little brains to this caper, but it's fun fluff, exciting to watch, and showcases a welcome return to form for Eddie Murphy." Metacritic provides a score of 59 out of 100 from 39 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews." CinemaScore polls reported that the average grade moviegoers gave the film was a "B" on an A+ to F scale. 

Tim Robey of The Daily Telegraph called the film "a tolerably enjoyable Brett Ratner movie", labeling it "brash, forgettable fun." However, Robey criticized Ratner for having the mostly white characters require the aid of a black character for the heist, saying "it's a little embarrassing that they can't conceive of doing this without bailing a black criminal out of jail...but cultural sensitivity has never been Ratner's strong suit." The Hollywood Reporter's Todd McCarthy said that the film is "snappy, well cast and streetwise" but felt that it ignored the "contemporary economic issues at its core." McCarthy said that Murphy's performance was a return to form as "the rude, confrontational, wiseass Murphy audiences have nearly forgotten after all the silly kid comedies and heavy-makeup outings of recent years," and said that with his introduction "the film's energy and amusement level kick up a few notches," but that the enjoyment ebbs during the actual break-in, in which "Murphy becomes neutered...and the logistics of the heist become too far-fetched and laborious." 

New York's David Edelstein called it "a shameless but exuberantly well-done caper comedy," and praised the performances of Stiller, Murphy and Leoni, saying "Ben Stiller...and Eddie Murphy... show off two of the best fastballs in comedy, and Téa Leoni's best scene as an FBI agent – drunk, both sloppy and blunt – makes you wish she had more." Emanuel Levy called Tower Heist a "formulaic, haphazardly plotted action comedy... whose best asset is its strong ensemble." Levy said "What makes the picture... work is not its plot, which is overly familiar and utterly implausible, but the socio-psychological dynamics that prevail among the [characters]." Levy singled out Stiller as "well cast" and Sidibe as having "some of the picture's best lines," but gave individual praise to Murphy, saying that he "dominates the second half of the picture," rendering "a joyous performance that recalls his witty, charming, streetwise roles of the 1980s." 

Empire's Nick de Semlyen awarded the film three out of five stars, calling it "fun if uneven stuff from Ratner," with a "fairly dull" opening act. Semlyen said it was "a welcome return to form for Eddie Murphy," but was critical that he is "sorely underused." Semlyen praised Alda, saying that it is his "smarm offensive that turns out to be the primary pleasure." The Village Voice's Nick Pinkteron said that the film "deserves credit as a clean, well-turned job, fleet and funny and inconsequential," and appreciated the cast, praising Leoni as the "best thing going," and Murphy's "inspired" contributions. However, Pinkerton was critical of the script, describing it as "amateur as its crooks: the audience isn't even fully aware of who's in on the job when it kicks off, while other threads are left dangling." 

Roger Ebert awarded the film 2.5 out of 4, saying "This isn't a great heist movie for a lot of reasons, beginning with the stupidity of its heist plan and the impossibility of these characters ever being successful at anything more complex than standing in line," but appreciated that the comedy did not "go heavy on the excremental, the masturbatory and symphonies of four-letter words", calling it "funny in an innocent screwball kind of way." Entertainment Weekly's Lisa Schwarzbaum called the film "overblinged, eye-catching, and essentially tacky," and praised Murphy, saying "when Murphy is on screen, his comedic vigor... gooses the movie's energy level... but whenever Murphy wanders off, the movie's pulse rate drops. Tower Heist is in effect two movies: One belongs to Murphy, the other to the rest of the cast." Time Out London's Trevor Johnston said that "though it's hard to get excited by this amiable potboiler, Tower Heist is so at home with its limitations it's equally hard to dislike," but criticized the finale "which might have been a bit more tense had we been able to take it remotely seriously." Conversely, Time Out New York's David Fear gave it 2 out of 5 stars, saying "one nail-biting moment and some much-missed Murphy mouthiness won't keep you from feeling like you're the one being ripped off." 

The New Yorker's Anthony Lane criticized the plot, saying "toss everything you can find, starting with roughly diced plots, into the blender: such appears to be the method behind Tower Heist." Lane called the characters "unlikable people" but offered praise to Broderick, saying he "underplays [the character] so well." Lane lamented that "the notion of a theft from the thieves – from those who are lapped in lofty, screw-you wealth – is a tempting one right now, but Tower Heist passes the buck." Variety's Peter Debruge was also critical, saying the film "goes wonky on the way to the bank, due to its lackluster pacing and shortage of the qualities that typically earn stars Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy their paychecks – namely, laughs." Debruge felt that the opening 40 minutes were "a dull blue-collar drama populated entirely by stereotypes," and while the film "picks up some much-needed momentum" with the actual heist, the "resolution feels rushed." However, Debruge echoed praise for Murphy, calling his performance "a welcome return to the comic's irreverent, '80s-era persona," and lamenting his limited screen-time. 

On October 5, 2011, Universal Pictures announced that Tower Heist would be made available for home viewing via parent company Comcast's video on demand system three weeks after its theatrical debut at the rental cost of $59.99. The move was announced as a test case, to be conducted only in Atlanta and Portland. The move met with criticism from cinema chains over concern that the test and any further future implementation would impact ticket sales. The following day, Cinemark Theatres – the third largest cinema chain in the United States – threatened to not show the film at all if Universal proceeded with the test. On October 11, 2011, several independent theater chains, including Galaxy Theatres, Regency Theatres and Emagine Theatres, and small cinema houses representing approximately 50 screens across the country, also threatened not to play Tower Heist. The following day the chains were joined by 950-screen National Amusements theater chain. In response, Universal Pictures released a statement saying that they would no longer pursue the proposed test. 

Tower Heist received two NAACP Image Award nominations, for Outstanding Motion Picture and Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture for Murphy. 

Tower Heist was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the United States on February 21, 2012. The DVD and Blu-ray disc versions contain two alternate endings to the film, deleted and alternate scenes, a gag reel of mistakes made during filming, commentary on the film by Ratner, Griffin, Nathanson, and editor Mark Helfrich, and a behind the scenes film that details the development process of the film. The Blu-ray edition additionally contains film storyboards, three videos about the filmmaking process led by Ratner, and musical tracks from the film.
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 Filming took place in Detroit, Michigan, then Los Angeles and New York City from June to August 2010, with the use of Panavision Genesis and Element Technica 3D Rig. The film was released in RealD 3D on November 4, 2011. 

Animators of Laika created the claymation scene.

Cho and Penn went on a tour to promote the film in different college towns. At each stop they had a bus hand out "munchies". 

Reviews of the film were positive. As of November 16, 2011, Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 69% of 97 critics have given the film a positive review, with a rating average of 6.2 out of 10. The website's consensus is, "Still raunchy, still irreverent, and still hit-and-miss, this Harold & Kumar outing also has a Christmas miracle: The audience gets to see the sweeter side of the duo." Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, gives the film a score of 61 based on 28 reviews. CinemaScore polls reported that the average grade moviegoers gave the film was a "B" on an A+ to F scale. 

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film 2.5 out of 4 stars, saying "It's not that I was particularly offended; it's that I didn't laugh very much." 

During its first weekend, the film opened at third place behind Puss in Boots and Tower Heist, grossing approximately $13.1 million and underperforming its prediction of $18 million. The film has earned a total of $35,061,031 in North America as of January 12, 2012. It was planned to be released in Australia and New Zealand on November 24, 2011, however, was never released in cinemas and it was released on DVD/Blu-ray on February 7, 2012.
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Watch The Rum Diary (2011), rated R, movie showing on October 28, 2011 in theaters wide. The Rum Diary is a Romance, Drama, Biography, Comedy, Adaptation, Foreign and Miscellaneous film. The Rum Diary movie stars are Johnny Depp as Paul Kemp, Aaron Eckhart as Hal Sanderson, Michael Rispoli as Bob Sala, Amber Heard as Chenault, Richard Jenkins as Edward J. Lotterman, Giovanni Ribisi as Moberg, Amaury Nolasco as Segarra, Marshall Bell as Donovan, Bill Smitrovich as Zimburger, Julian Holloway as Wolsey, Karen Austin as Mrs. Zimburger, Jason Smith as Davey, Bruno Irizarry as Lazar and Karimah Westbrook as Papa Nebo and directed by Bruce Robinson. Tiring of the noise and madness of New York and the crushing conventions of late Eisenhower-era America, journalist Paul Kemp travels to the pristine island of Puerto Rico to write for a local newspaper, The San Juan Star, run by downtrodden editor Lotterman. Adopting the rum-soaked life of the island, Paul soon becomes obsessed with Chenault, the wildly attractive Connecticut-born fiancée of Sanderson. Sanderson, a businessman involved in shady property development deals, is one of a growing number of American entrepreneurs who are determined to convert Puerto Rico into a capitalist paradise in service of the wealthy. When Kemp is recruited by Sanderson to write favorably about his latest unsavory scheme, the journalist is presented with a choice: to use his words for the corrupt businessmen's financial benefit, or use them to take the bastards down. The film is distributed by FilmDistrict. So download free The Rum Diary (2011) movie online.

Hunter S. Thompson wrote the novel The Rum Diary in 1961, but it was not published until 1998. The independent production companies Shooting Gallery and SPi Films sought to adapt the novel into a film in 2000, and after Bram Sheldon declined the role, actor Johnny Depp was signed to star and to serve as executive producer. Nick Nolte was also signed to star alongside Depp. The project did not move past the development stage. During this stage, the author became so frustrated as to fire off an obscenity-laden letter calling the process a "waterhead fuckaround". 

In 2002, a new producer sought the project, and Benicio del Toro and Josh Hartnett were signed to star in the film adaptation. The second incarnation also did not move past the development stage. In 2007, producer Graham King acquired all rights to the novel and sought to film the adaptation under Warner Independent Pictures. Depp, who previously starred in the 1998 film adaptation of Thompson's novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, was cast as the freelance journalist Paul Kemp. Amber Heard is reported to have won the role out over Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley. Bruce Robinson joined to write the screenplay and to direct The Rum Diary. In 2009, Depp's production company Infinitum Nihil took on the project with the financial backing of King and his production company GK Films. Principal photography began in Puerto Rico on March 25, 2009. Composer Christopher Young signed on to compose the film's soundtrack. 

Robinson had been sober for six-and-a-half years before he started writing the screenplay for The Rum Diary. The filmmaker found himself suffering from writer's block. He started drinking again, a bottle of alcohol a day until he finished the script and then he quit drinking again. He spent a year filming in Puerto Rico, Mexico and Hollywood and resisted drinking until they arrived in Fajardo. Robinson remembers, "It was 100 degrees at two in the morning and very humid. Everyone's drenched in sweat. One of the prop guys goes by with a barrow-load of ice and Coronas. I said: 'Johnny, this doesn't mean anything.' And reached for a Corona. ... Some savage drinking took place. When I was no longer in Johnny's environment I went back to sobriety." 

In regard to playing the character of Kemp, Depp compared and related it to his previous role in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. He said “The way I approached it was that the character of Paul Kemp is Raoul Duke as he was learning to speak. It was like playing the same character, only 15 years before. This guy’s got something; there’s an energy burning underneath it, it’s just ready to pop up, shoot out.” 

The Rum Diary received mixed reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 51% of 140 critics have given the film a positive review, with a rating average of 5.7 out of 10. The website's consensus is, "It's colorful and amiable enough, and Depp's heart is clearly in the right place, but The Rum Diary fails to add sufficient focus to its rambling source material." Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, gives the film a score of 56 based on 37 reviews. CinemaScore polls reported that the average grade moviegoers gave the film was a "C" on an A+ to F scale. 

Wyatt Williams, writing for Creative Loafing, argues that "the movie version amounts to Thompson's whole vision of journalism, glossed and made plain by Hollywood."
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"Puss in Boots," rated PG, is being released October 28th and stars Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots, Salma Hayek as Kitty Softpaws, Zach Galifianakis as Humpty Alexander Dumpty, Billy Bob Thornton & Amy Sedaris as Jack and Jill (married), Zeus Mendoza as Rancher, Constance Marie as Imelda, Guillermo del Toro as Mustache Man, Bob Joles as Giuseppe, Robert Persichetti, Jr. as the Ohhh Cat, Mike Mitchell as Andy Beanstalk and Latifa Ouaou as Crazy Lady. Directed by Chris Miller. Puss in Boots (2011) is a Family, Action, Adventure, 3D, Animation, Prequel, Kids, Comedy and Sci-Fi/Fantasy movie and the film distributed by Paramount Pictures. Long before he even met Shrek, the notorious fighter, lover and outlaw Puss in Boots becomes a hero when he sets off on an adventure with the tough and street smart Kitty Softpaws and the mastermind Humpty Dumpty to save his town. Watch Puss in Boots (2011) movie free stream online

The film had been in development since 2004, when Shrek 2 was released. As a Shrek 2 spin-off, it was originally planned for release in 2008 as a direct-to-video film, then titled Puss in Boots: The Story of an Ogre Killer. Due to the market conditions, DreamWorks re-slated the film in 2006 as a theatrical release. Production on the film began after the release of 2010's Shrek Forever After. Banderas said in an interview in early 2010 that he had completed the first recordings of his character. 

Late in 2010, Guillermo del Toro, director of Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth, had signed on as executive producer. "We were really inspired by him," said director Chris Miller, in relation to del Toro's contribution. "We worked out a system for him to come in once every few months or whenever we had something new to show him. If we needed someone to bounce ideas off of, he was always there, and if we had a problem we were tackling, we'd get Guillermo on the red phone – our emergency phone – and ask him advice on what we should do with a certain character or scene. It was like having our own film school." Miller stated that del Toro's was particularly involved in the character design of Humpty Dumpty. "Guillermo loved the dreamy quality of Humpty Dumpty. He suggested we push that further, make him more like Da Vinci." 

Except for Puss, the film features new characters. Citing the co-writer, David H. Steinberg, "It doesn't overlap with Shrek at all. Partly that was done to tell an original Puss story, but partly because we didn't know what Shrek 4 were going to do with the characters and we couldn't write conflicting storylines." The film was teased in Shrek Forever After, when Shrek finally shuts the book titled "Shrek", and puts it away next to a book titled "Puss in Boots". 

Puss in Boots is the first DreamWorks Animation feature film that was partly made in India. A Bangalore studio owned by Technicolor, which had mainly worked on TV specials and DVD bonus material, spent six months animating three major scenes in the film. The outsourcing had financial advantages, with 40% less labor costs than in the US, but the primary reason for outsourcing to India was lack of personnel, due to the studio producing as many as three films a year. 

The release date was originally set for November 4, 2011, but was pushed a week earlier to October 28, 2011. Anne Globe, head of worldwide marketing for DreamWorks Animation, said the decision to move the film's release date a week earlier was to attract parents and their children to see the film before other family-friendly movies were released in November 2011. 

The film was renamed Cat in Boots in the United Arab Emirates and other parts of the Gulf for officially unknown reasons, but it is suspected for religious and cultural reasons. The title was consequently changed in Lebanon as well, since the same Emirati distributor also released the film in that country. However, other than the title screen, the rest of the film is identical to the original release. Additionally, merchandise based on the film retain the original title, and are sold normally in these countries. The localized DVD release in April 2012 retains the original title as well. 

Henry Jackman, the composer for Puss in Boots, utilized folk instruments of traditional Latin music. Inspired by Spanish composer Manuel de Falla, Jackman blended guitars and Latin percussion with an orchestral sound influenced by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel. Also, Lady Gaga's song 'Americano' was contributed, but not in the official soundtrack. 

All music composed by Henry Jackman, except "Diablo Rojo" and "Hanuman", which are by Rodrigo y Gabriela. 

Puss in Boots was released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 24, 2012. The movie was accompanied by a 13-minute short film called Puss in Boots: The Three Diablos. 

Puss in Boots received positive reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 83% of 136 critics have given the movie a positive review, with a rating average of 6.8 out of 10. The website's consensus is, "It isn't deep or groundbreaking, but what it lacks in profundity, Puss in Boots more than makes up for with an abundance of wit, visual sparkle, and effervescent charm." Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, gives the film a score of 65 based on 24 reviews. CinemaScore polls reported that the average grade moviegoers gave the film was an "A-" on an A+ to F scale. 

The film grossed $149,260,504 in North America, and $399,700,000 in other countries, for a worldwide total of $548,960,504. It is the eleventh highest-grossing film of 2011 and is also the third highest-grossing animated film that year behind Kung Fu Panda 2 ($665.7 million) and Cars 2 ($559.9 million). 

In North America the film topped the box office on its opening day with $9.6 million. On its opening weekend, the film made $34,077,439, topping Saw III's record ($33.6 million) for the highest Halloween weekend opening ever. It retained first place during its second weekend, with $33,054,644, declining only 3%. 

Outside North America, on its opening weekend, it earned second place with $17.2 million. The film opened at #1 in both the UK with a weekend gross of £1.98 million ($3.1 million), and Australia, with $2.98 million. It topped the box office outside North America on its seventh weekend with $47.1 million from 40 countries. It ranks as the ninth highest-grossing film of 2011 outside North America. Its highest-grossing country after North America was Russia and the CIS ($50.6 million), followed by Germany ($33.9 million) and France and the Maghreb region ($33.2 million). 
  • Puss in Boots, a video game based on the film, developed by Blitz Games, and released by THQ on October 25, 2011 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and Nintendo DS. It features support for Kinect and PlayStation Move on the respective platforms. 
  •  Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots, a Puss in Boots-themed Fruit Ninja video game, which was released on October 20, 2011, on the iOS App Store, and was released for Android devices on November 28, 2011, on the Amazon Appstore.
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In Time is a Thriller, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Action/Adventure film set to be released this October 28, 2011 in theaters wide. The story in the movie In Time (2011), In a future where time is literally money and aging stops at 25, the only way to stay alive is to earn, steal, or inherit more time. Will Salas lives minute-to-minute, until a windfall of time gives him access to the world of the wealthy, where he teams up with a beautiful young heiress to destroy the corrupt system. The film is directed by Andrew Niccol, under the distribution of 20th Century Fox, MPAA rating as PG-13. In Time cast are Justin Timberlake as Will Salas, Amanda Seyfried as Sylvia Weis, Cillian Murphy as Timekeeper Raymond León, Shyloh Oostwald as Maya, Olivia Wilde as Rachel Salas, Matt Bomer as Henry Hamilton, Christiann Castellanos as Jasmine, Alex Pettyfer as Fortis, La Monde Byrd as Minuteman Rado, Paul David Story as Minuteman Roth, Johnny Galecki as Borel, Vincent Kartheiser as Philippe Weis, Rachel Roberts as Carrera, Ethan Peck as Constantine, Yaya DaCosta as Greta, August Emerson as Levi, Sasha Pivovarova as Clara, Bella Heathcote as Michele Weis, Toby Hemingway as Timekeeper Kors, Jessica Parker Kennedy as Edouarda, Collins Pennie as Timekeeper Jaeger, Christoph Sanders as Nixon, Faye Kingslee as Timekeeper Jean and Jeff Staron as Oris. Watch In Time (2011) movie online free. 

On July 12, 2010, it was reported that Amanda Seyfried had been offered a lead role. On July 27, 2010, it was confirmed that Justin Timberlake had been offered a lead role. On August 9, 2010, Cillian Murphy was confirmed to have joined the cast. 

The first photos from the set were revealed on October 28, 2010. 20th Century Fox and New Regency distributed the film, and Marc Abraham and Eric Newman's Strike Entertainment produced it.

In an interview with Kristopher Tapley of InContention.com Roger Deakins stated that he would be shooting the film in digital, which makes this the first film to be shot in digital by the veteran cinematographer. 

The Dayton scenes were filmed primarily in the Skid Row and Boyle Heights neighborhoods of Los Angeles, while the New Greenwich scenes were filmed primarily in Century City, Bel Air, and Malibu. 

On September 15, 2011, according to The Hollywood Reporter, a suit was filed by attorneys on behalf of speculative fiction writer Harlan Ellison that the plot of the movie was based on his award-winning 1965 short-story, ""Repent, Harlequin!" Said the Ticktockman". The suit, naming New Regency and director Andrew Niccol as well as a number of anonymous John Does, appears to base its claim on the similarity that both the completed film along with Ellison's story concern a dystopian future in which people have a set amount of time to live which can be revoked, given certain pertaining circumstances by a recognized authority known as a Timekeeper. Initially, the suit demanded an injunction against the film's release; however, Ellison later altered his suit to instead ask for screen credit before ultimately dropping the suit, with both sides releasing the following joint statement: "After seeing the film In Time, Harlan Ellison decided to voluntarily dismiss the Action. No payment or screen credit was promised or given to Harlan Ellison. The parties wish each other well, and have no further comment on the matter." 

The film opened in third place, behind Puss in Boots and Paranormal Activity 3, with $12 million. The movie made over $172 million worldwide ($37.5 million domestically). 

The film received mixed reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 37% of 150 critics gave the movie a positive review, with a rating average of 5.2 out of 10. The website's consensus reads, "In Time's intriguing premise and appealing cast are easily overpowered by the blunt, heavy-handed storytelling." Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, gives the film a score of 53 based on 36 reviews. CinemaScore polls reported that the average grade moviegoers gave the film was a "B-minus" on an A+ to F scale. 

Not all reviews were mixed: Roger Ebert gave the film 3 stars out of 4, noting that the "premise is damnably intriguing", but "a great deal of this film has been assembled from standard elements". 

In Time was released on Blu-ray and DVD for Home Media on January 31, 2012.
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Download the movie The Three Musketeers online. The Three Musketeers (2011) is an Adventure, Romance, 3D, Shot-In-3D, Action and Adaptation movie that set to be released wide on October 21, 2011. In The Three Musketeers, the hot-headed young D'Artagnan joins forces with three rogue Musketeers in this reboot of Alexandre Dumas' story. They must stop the evil Richlieu and face off with Buckingham and the treacherous Milady. Stars in The Three Musketeers movie are Logan Lerman as D'Artagnan, Matthew Macfadyen as Athos, Ray Stevenson as Porthos, Luke Evans as Aramis, Milla Jovovich as Milady de Winter, Christoph Waltz as Cardinal Richelieu, Orlando Bloom as Duke of Buckingham, Mads Mikkelsen as Captain Rochefort, Gabriella Wilde as Constance Bonacieux, James Corden as Planchet, Juno Temple as Queen Anne, Freddie Fox as King Louis XIII, Til Schweiger as Cagliostro and Carsten Norgaard as Jussac. The Three Musketeers is directed by Paul W. S. Anderson and distributed by Summit Entertainment, LLC, MPAA rating as PG-13. So download free The Three Musketeers (2011) movie HD online. 

Location filming was done in Bavaria with indoor shooting at Studio Babelsberg. It was filmed with an Arri Alexa camera. A sizable proportion of the funding for the film came from German sources: $4 million from Bavaria's bank fund (BBF) and film and TV fund (FFF), about $1.3 million from the federal German Film Board, about $10 million in tax rebate cash from the German film fund, the DFF and $1 million (€800,000) in subsidy financing from the Berlin-Brandenburg Medienboard. The production budget was between $75 million and $90 million. 

The soundtrack was composed by Paul Haslinger. 

British band Take That wrote and recorded the official single entitled "When We Were Young"; it was released on 22 August 2011. 

 The film has earned $20,349,913 in North America, as of 22 December 2011, and an estimated $111,900,000 in other countries, as of 4 December 2011, for a worldwide total of $132,249,913. 

First released in Germany on 1 September 2011, it topped the box office with $3.38 million and has since grossed $16.20 million. It was released in Austria the same day, topping the box office with $503,239 on its opening weekend. It topped the box office during its opening weekends in Italy ($2,023,021), Brazil ($2,343,786) and Turkey ($219,645). In the UK, Ireland and Malta, it debuted with $2,312,509, when it was released on 12–14 October 2011. Its highest-grossing opening to date overseas was achieved in Japan ($3.86 million). 

 It was released on 21 October 2011 in North America opening at fourth place with $8,674,452. 3D accounted for 55% of its total opening and the movie received a B CinemaScore. 

Milla Jovovich criticized Summit Entertainment for not "promoting [the film] properly" as a "family film" in the United States. Deadline.com reported that Summit responded with "She doesn’t know what she’s talking about and we don’t know where she’s coming from." and that "Wouldn’t you think she would call us first about this? It’s frustrating. It’s not the right way to behave. If she has a problem then come to the studio and talk about it". 

The film received negative reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 24% of 86 critics have given the film a positive review, with a rating average of 4 out of 10. The website's consensus is "It plays admirably fast and loose with Alexandre Dumas' classic tale, but in every other respect, The Three Musketeers offers nothing to recommend—or to set it apart from the many other film adaptations". Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, gives the film a score of 35 based on 15 reviews. CinemaScore polls reported that the average grade moviegoers gave the film was a "B" on an A+ to F scale. 

 Char Dallin from "X media online" said, "Despite an awful script, an array of baffling accents and some performances that would not look out of place at the pantomime, I found it very entertaining and enjoyable – hence my bewilderment! I saw it in 3D, which was mostly used to good effect especially during the scenes with the airships." Francesca Rudkin from The New Zealand Herald gave the film three stars out of five. 

Quentin Tarantino cited the film as one of his favorite releases of 2011. 

The Three Musketeers was released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the United States on 13 March 2012.

In an interview, Orlando Bloom mentioned that The Three Musketeers had a potential for a sequel, though this hasn't been confirmed by the studio. The sequel is scheduled to be released in 2013.
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The Mighty Macs will be released on 21st of October 2011 wide in any theaters. The Mighty Macs (2011) is a Drama and Sports Film directed by Tim Chambers. The cast of the film are Carla Gugino as Cathy Rush, Ellen Burstyn as Mother St. John, Marley Shelton as Sister Sunday, David Boreanaz as Ed Rush, Katie Hayek as Trish Sharkey, Kim Blair as Lizanne Caufield, Margaret Anne Florence as Rosemary Keenan, Taylor Steel as Mimi Malone, Kate Nowlin as Colleen McCann, Meghan Sabia as Jen Galentino, Phyllis Somerville as Sister Sister, Tony Luke Jr as Salvator Galentino, Kathy Romano as Gate Agent and Joe Conklin as Game Announcer. The movie The Mighty Macs is under the distribution of Freestyle Releasing and MPAA rating as G. Based on the true story of the 1971-72 Immaculata College team that started in obscurity but became the original Cinderella story in women's basketball. This team of trailblazers went from barely making that inaugural tournament to the first dynasty in their game. And Coach Cathy Rush, the woman that was ahead of her time, became immortalized when she was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2008. Watch free The Mighty Macs (2011) movie stream online. 

The movie was filmed in 2007, but not released until 2011 due to the difficulties of finding a distributor. The director, Tim Chambers, had a potential distribution deal with Disney, but turned it down because Disney wanted to add coarse language to earn PG rating, but Chambers preferred to go for a G rating. Chambers worked out a deal with Freestyle Releasing, and the movie opened four years after completing the filming.
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