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How to Train Your Dragon – new film animations

Genres: Animation
Countries: USA
Directors: Dean DeBlois
Certification: Ireland:PG | Singapore:PG | UK:PG | USA:PG
IMDB Rating: 8.3 out of 10 (3041 votes)

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Plot Summary: A hapless young Viking who aspires to hunt dragons becomes the unlikely owner of a young dragon himself, and learns there may be more to the creatures than he assumed.

Shrek Three-peat, ‘Greek’ Solid, ‘Splice’ Bombs – new film

Despite a foursome of movies opening wide this weekend targeting various demographics, DreamWorks Animation’s Shrek Forever After grabbed its third consecutive victory.
The fourth and final fantasy tale picked up another $25.3 million atop the slumping box office, boosting its total to $183 million. Positive word-of-mouth and terrible family film competition is pushing this sequel along, but it’s sure to take a dive when Toy Story 3 hits in less than two weeks.
The closest any of them came to dethroning Shrek was Universal’s R-rated, quasi-spin-off Get Him to the Greek starring Jonah Hill and Russell Brand. Its $17.4 million was aligned solidly with expectations and good enough for second.
Lionsgate’s Killers started with a weak $16.1 million, even after the controversy over Ashton Kutcher “pirating” the first 10 minutes. Apparently people don’t know a marketing stunt when they see one because his choice of words sparked plenty of headlines during a slow news week. (There’s a lot of that going around.) The studio didn’t screen the romantic comedy for critics, but it still took a beating once reviewers had a look at it (15% on RottenTomatoes). I get that Lionsgate wanted to protect their investment by hiding it, but that doesn’t explain why someone spent $75M on a Kutcher and Katherine Heigl movie.
Disney’s Prince of Persia and New Line’s Sex and the City 2 both dropped 50+ percent, but the fall is especially harsh on the former that will definitely struggle to reach $100M, or half its budget, in the States. I guess we won’t be seeing more Persian parkour.
Get Him to the GreekIn sixth, where it belongs, was Fox’s Marmaduke. The live-action/CGI hybrid made just $11.3 million. That’ll teach ‘em. Bad Fox, bad! Go lay down!

‘Despicable Me’ Nabs a Big Box Office Win – new films

Universal’s Despicable Me is off to a great start, nearly doubling expectations with a $60.1 million opening, and Fox’s R-rated Predators managed a solid debut with $25.3 million. Both newcomers contributed to a weekend up 41% from last year, while attendance is still down.
The 3D cartoon, starring Steve Carell, is Universal’s first animated feature with its animation subsidiary Illumination Entertainment and its critical and commercial success spell good things to come from that department. It’s also the latest success story for a family film in 2010, which has capitalized on a weak season and a booming 3D market.
Meanwhile, Fox’s alien ensemble flick, produced by Robert Rodriguez with an impressively small $40 million budget, managed to overcome skepticism after two unwatchable Alien vs. Predator movies.
Sandwiched in between was last weekend’s hit The Twilight Saga: Eclipse with another $33.4 million in second place. The third installment of the teen vampire series is showing signs of slowing, but it has already earned $237 million (domestic) and $456 million worldwide. It’s number one overseas due to the World Cup siphoning off male moviegoers.
The Kids are All RightFocus Features’ Sundance pick-up The Kids are All Right averaged $72,143 in seven locations. That’s the biggest per theater average this year.
Toy Story 3 added $22 million in fourth place, officially becoming the highest-grossing film (domestic) in Pixar’s history with a $340.2 million total. It’s also the biggest movie of 2010.
M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender dropped 58% to $17.2 million, but not before crossing the $100 million mark. Another disappointing movie destroyed by word of mouth but kept alive by 3D.
Knight and Day ($7.9M) and The A-Team ($1.8M) still have some work to do if they’re going to reach their $110 million budget. Both are fading fast.
DreamWorks Animation’s Shrek Forever After slipped out of the top ten as it was pulled from more theaters, ending its run as the lowest grosser of the Shrek series. Jonah Hex is completely gone from theaters, pulled after only three weekends and a domestic total of only $10 million.

METROPIA – Movies 2010

Release Date: 12 May 2010
Film Type: Animation | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Played by: Vincent Gallo, Juliette Lewis, Udo Kier
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METROPIA film is a story of a futuristic view of a Europe that terrible time when the world runs out of oil. A giant underground network created by joining all the various underground together under European. Roger (Vincent Gallo) from the outskirts of Stockholm avoid underground because he was annoying. Sometimes when he is too close to the basement, he heard strange voices in his head.
Roger one day stumble upon the truth that life is controlled in every detail. To free him joining forces with a super-model Nina (Juliette Lewis).

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Toy Story 3 – Movies 2010

Starring: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Michael Keaton, Whoopi Goldberg, Timothy Dalton
Director: Lee Unkrich