The Ending Is Almost Here For The Magicians At The Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Movie

In the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows movie you will find that “You Know Who” is stronger than ever. But do not worry as Harry, Hermione and Ron are also making their effort to vanquish him. In this movie you will find excellent special effects but also the story that you may have read on the books. The whole books of Harry Potter original story have been well directed and taken to the screen. Fortunately or unfortunately for the fans it is extremely close to it. Is it probable that Rowling, David Yates and you could share your magical imagination?

The story continues to have as main topic the war against the dark magic but at the same time the how friendship grows stronger. Since the beginning you will be waiting for it to end and for the very last part to come soon. As killing Voldemort is the main objective of the three magicians this will make them even stronger. But in this case, being alone and supporting each other is their greater strength.

A very important suggestion to watch the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Movie is to try to see the 3d version. The director added some special characteristics that create a series of magical scenes specifically for this format. Plus,In addition to an excellent sound quality system you will have a greater experience if you decide to watch the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Movie in an IMAX cinema. Surround system and sharp images will make you enjoy every single scene of your movie.

You may believe or not that this fantasy story has nothing special. But for a huge amount of people it is almost saying goodbye to this amazing story. This 7th part is saying goodbye to the story, the characters, so if you do not know the story from the beginning, make a little research. As you will see the main three characters; Harry, Hermione and Ron decided to get rid of Voldemort by finding the horcuxes before him. As Harry has become old enough to defeat dark magic and it is well known by everybody, all the people would like to protect him. This is not logical for him and that is why the inseparable two friends start their final quest alone.

Find the to watch a 3d film is one of the best experiences. The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Movie and Tron Legacy have both been highly expected by the public because of the story but also because of the magnificent directing process.

Must-See Movies for Football Fans

Someone doesn’t have to be a fan of football to enjoy football movies, although it doesn’t hurt. Quite a few awesome football movies are out there. Some are funny, some are poignant, and a few will make viewers cry. Others offer lighthearted, good-natured fun for the sports enthusiast. Most of them, however, have one thing in common: the ability to leave the viewer cheering for lovable characters who overcome some type of adversity with a winning spirit and usually with the help of a team.

One of the most recent football movies to make a big impact on the silver screen is “The Blind Side.” This 2009 flick is based on the Michael Lewis bookThe Blind Side: Evolution of a Game.It stars the always-spot-on Sandra Bullock as a caring sports fanatic who, with the help of her family, befriends and subsequently adopts a traumatized homeless boy and helps him become an All-American player and a first-round draft pick for the NFL. It is based on the true-life story of the Baltimore Ravens’ offensive lineman Michael Oher. Bullock won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in the film, which was nominated for Best Picture.

Some football movies have the capacity to inspire, and “Radio” is certainly one of them. This 2003 classic is also based on a true story that was adapted for the screen and brought to life by “The Rookie” screenwriter, Mike Rich. This movie features a mentally challenged boy, Radio, played by Cuba Gooding, Jr., who is befriended by Ed Harris’ character, Coach Harold Jones. The boy is allowed to help out with the school’s football team and continues to support the team for three decades despite controversy and sometimes ill treatment he receives in the process. Overall, “Radio” is a feel-good movie based on an inherently moving story with some solid performances and talented actors.

Another football movie based on a true story that sticks in the hearts of fans is “Gridiron Gang.” This 2006 movie stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a counselor at a juvenile detention center who sets out to teach a group of teens teamwork and self-esteem by forming a football team. It is based on the true story of a team that was made up of juvenile offenders in Los Angeles-the Kilpatrick Mustangs. At times corny but always well intentioned, this movie brings with it an uplifting message and lessons in overcoming adversity.

If football-movie fans don’t get enough of “The Rock” in “Gridiron Gang,” then they will also enjoy another Dwayne Johnson football extravaganza-”The Game Plan.” This 2007 Walt Disney flick features The Rock as a playboy quarterback whose is suddenly thrust into parenthood while at an important turning point in his career when he is forced to care for an eight-year-old child that he never knew existed. What ensues is a jumble of fun and life lessons, some earned a bit harder than others as Johnson’s character gets a crash course in fatherhood, all to the chagrin of his greedy agent, played by Kyra Sedgwick.

Burt Reynolds stuffed into a form-fitting football uniform becomes an instant classic football-themed movie. Those who love Adam Sandler will be hard-pressed not to find themselves rooting for “The Longest Yard.” This 2005 football movie can’t lose with its winning combination of all-star castmates, including Chris Rock and Nelly, as prison inmates who form a football team. The opposition is none other than the Allenville Penitentiary guards. This movie is actually a remake from a raucous Robert Aldrich 1970s sports movie by the same name and is a rip-roaring ride of endless gay jokes and footballs-to-the-down-there area, a la Three-Stooges-type comedic performances.

Burt Reynolds’ performance in “The Longest Yard” was not his first venture into football-movie territory. He also put in a memorable performance decades ago in 1977′s “Semi Tough.” This comedy also stars Kris Kristofferson and Jill Clayburgh-the other two segments of a love triangle that makes for a fun ride, even for a dated film that most folks have never heard about. Based on the Dan Jenkins novel, the film received mixed reviews from critics and is filled with religious parodies with an overall theme of self-improvement and motivation as the keys to personal fulfillment.

These football movies are just a sampling of what’s out there and is by no means an exhaustive list. The sports genre is filled with football-themed movies that can inspire movie fans, make them cry, make them laugh, and keep them entertained while they await football season.

Gangster Movies Past & Present

Gangster movies have been showing the dark and seedy side of life to viewers for years. The stories have tough characters hardened by a life of crime. Violence and murder are the most commonly used tools to gain respect, power, and money. Gangster movies show a rainbow of criminal activity like drug dealing, robbery, extortion, murder for hire, racketeering, and human trafficking. Name an illicit business and it’s probably been shown in a gangster movie. The darker side of life has always captivated some movie viewers. It might be because everyone has a choice to be a John Q. Citizen or a Public Enemy outside of the law.

There are plenty of well researched books, articles, and documentaries about the place of the gangster in movie history. This article is the opposite of those. It’s a light snack for the gangster movie buff that wants something that’s not filling and easy to digest.

Lighting up the big screen in the 30′s was The Public Enemy starring James Cagney as Tom Powers and directed by William Wellman. This about a young gangsters rise in the criminal underworld during the murderous prohibition era. Aside from the fact it is a hard boiled story and social commentary it has some larger than life characters like a gangster’s gangster Tom Powers and street hoodlum Putty Nose. A point of controversy for it’s era was character Tom Powers smashing a grapefruit in his girlfriend’s face. Also coming out in that era was Little Caesar (1931) starring all time bag guy actor Edward G. Robinson as snarling psychopath Rico and directed by Mervyn LeRoy. Little Caesar is story of ambitious gangster Rico’s rapid rise and fall in the criminal underworld. The cool thing is the focus of the movie is on the character flaws of Rico aka Little Caesar instead of the action going on around him. This movie has been called the mother of modern gangster movies.

The Godfather (1972) and hardcore sequel The Godfather, Part II (1974) directed by Francis Ford Coppola and co-written by Coppola and best selling author Mario Puzo who’s books the movies are based on is one of Hollywood’s all time best selling gangster movies. It stars Marlon Brando as Mafia Chief Vito Corleone and Al Pacino as Michael Corleone. Too many big name stars to give a full cast list here. The Godfather tells the epic tale of a Mafia family taking roots and gaining power in America. It has stylized on screen violence that shows no matter the air of respect you try to promote when you’re a gangster it still comes down to shedding blood to keep power.

Movie audiences were given a whole new look with Scarface (1983) starring Al Pacino as Tony Montana and directed by Brian De Palma. Never has a movie gangster become such an icon. The image of Tony Montana can be found on posters, shirts, and all kinds of items. The character captured the imagination of viewers across the world. Lines from this modern classic are massively quoted.

Scarface is the brutal depiction of the Miami cocaine business from the eyes of hungry Cuban deportee Tony Montana. The movies brutal violence, explicit language and lack of good guy characters has made Scarface controversial and disliked by some movie critics. In my opinion the language had to be explicit, the violence brutal, and characters shown that lacked good guy qualities. If you look into that time during the Cocaine Cowboy Wars I don’t think these drug traffickers were polite, non-violent, and working with orphans. It was a brutal world ran by brutal people.

Menace II Society (1993) starring Tyrin Turner as Caine and Larenz Tate as larger than life O-Dog was directed by The Hughes Brothers. This gangster movie brought viewers into the rough and tumble streets of the inner city. This intense urban drama is about the struggles Caine delas with leaving in a housing project and selling drugs. One of the most realistic movie based on the inner city. Everything about the story had heart. Belly (1998) starring DMX as Buns and NAS as Sincere was directed by Hype Williams. This gangster movie was a take on director Brian De Palma’s Scarface. It was an urban epic that stretched from the mean streets of New York to the slums of Jamaica. Hype Williams did a great job with the look and direction of Belly. It had some awesome shoot outs and action. It was a large scale movie that rivals some of the biggest Hollywood crime movies in style. The story is about the gangster lifestyle of drug dealing, armed robbery, and illicit money Buns and Sincere are deep into. Buns gets into some trouble that leads him into a life changing moment with the Nation of Islam. Sincere gets tired of the crime and is drawn to his African roots.

Empire (2002) starring John Leguizamo as drug dealer Victor Rosa and directed by Franc. Reyes. This gangster movie takes viewers into the world of the South Bronx. Director Franc. Reyes gave viewers a well done gangster movie that had some Latino flavor to it. John Leguizamo as Victor Rosa gave a stand out performance in this role. He showed both a brutal and soft side. There is some really good action in this movie. It had a shoot out between rival drug dealers that looked amazing. The story itself is about big time drug dealer Victor Rosa fighting with rival drug dealers for turf and wanting to get out of the game. A shady Wall Street investment banker offers Victor a chance to invest in a sure fire moneymaking deal. It looks to be Victor’s way out. Turns out the Wall Street crook double crosses Victor making off with his all his money. That money Victor got came from a Colombian Cartel. Now Victor has to get the money back or die himself.

Consignment (2007) starring Tim Beachum as smooth drug dealer Tommy Jones and Ruben Navarro as crystal meth distributor Smiles is directed by Sid Kali. This urban gangster movie is a fast ride through the crystal meth business. It is a well done independent gangster movie. The stand out is the realism in the way the story is told. The language and characters come across as authentic. Great to see Black, Latino, Asian, White, and Native-American characters represented. You don’t see that mix in gangster movies today. Director Sid Kali shows some great street action in this one including many shootings. In this gangster movie they did not shy away from showing nudity. Based on true events, Consignment is about Tommy Jones, a reluctant East Coast drug dealer on the run with his wife, Yolanda, after a rival kingpin’s plan to have him ripped-off and murdered goes wrong. In need of fast cash to go straight, the pair head to California, where Tommy hooks up with his cousin, a reckless, hot-tempered drug dealer. Tommy quickly gets in over his head, and is forced to take a large shipment of crystal meth on consignment from a ruthless Latino gangster. Double-crosses, a series of brutal murders, and an old secret from his wife’s past foils Tommy’s plans for a new start at life.

American Gangster (2007) starring Denzel Washington as Frank Lucas and Russell Crowe as Det. Richie Roberts and directed by Ridley Scott. This is a sweeping epic based on the true life of legendary drug kingpin Frank Lucas. It was great to see mainstream Hollywood back a big budget movie about an urban gangster. Most big budget movies involve the American Mafia. This one tackled the booming heroin trade happening in Harlem. It’s a period piece that is perfect in every detail. Director Ridley Scott gives viewers some unforgettable scenes of violence. This gangster movie will be an all time classic for years to come. The story itself is about the rise of Frank Lucas who was the right hand man of legend Bumpy Johnson. His power grew so much that he was the supplier of heroin to the New York Mafia. It also showed both types of police. The good and the corrupt. It was a great story about the real goings on in the world.