Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen this morning after its debut in theaters in front of Friday the 13th. Although I’m also excited for Watchmen, I think this looks awesome, and it’s probably the movie I am most excited to see this entire year. Something about Michael Bay boosting up the energy, excitement, and number of robots this time around really makes me giddy with fanboy joy. Plus, this is the perfect teaser to get fans in the mood for the return of Transformers this summer. It’s just enough to whet our appetite and not much more, so enjoy friends !
US Release Date: January 30, 2009
Genre: Action, Thriller
MPAA: Rated PG-13 (for intense sequences of violence, disturbing thematic material, sexual content, some drug references and language)
Running Time: 93 minutes
Directed by: Pierre Morel
Its a wonderfull movie which i saw. The story is nothing but relatioship between father and daughter.
Cancer-riddled Jade Goody returned home last night she could no longer hide her agony.She had gathered all her strength to walk down the aisle for her fairytale wedding.
Fighting back tears, the mother-of-two had to be helped into her Essex house by her new husband Jack Tweed and her assistants.
Britney Spears’ father testified for nearly 90 minutes Monday about why he felt a long-term restraining order should be issued against three people, including the singer’s former manager and an ex-boyfriend.
Jamie Spears was the first witness to testify in the restraining order case, and it did little to establish direct contact between Osama “Sam” Lutfi and his daughter since a conservatorship was established a year ago.
Over 150 lawyers were arrested on Friday for participating in a protest march outside the Tamil Nadu secretariat. They were agitating against the violence in the Madras High Court complex on Thursday.
Madras Bar Association President S. Prabhakaran was also arrested.
Earlier, the lawyers’ agitation issue dominated proceedings in the Tamil Nadu Assembly.
As soon as the session started, opposition members demanded that the Question Hour be postponed to discuss Thursday’s violence in which more than 100 lawyers were injured.
The Madras High Court has ordered a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the violence.
Over 100 lawyers were injured outside the Madras High Court after police baton charged them for attacking Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy
For me, it’s much more than a movie. I have dipped the pen in the ink of my childhood memories and setting them against today’s contemporary India have tried to weave a story,’ he added.
Releasing Friday, the film also stars Amitabh Bachchan, veteran actress Waheeda Rehman and Sonam Kapoor in the lead.
Already been in the limelight for its serenading music and unconventional subject, distributors and exhibitors predict a grand opening for the movie. Co-written by Mehra, Prasoon Joshi and Kamlesh Pandey, the music of the film has been composed by Oscar-nominated maestro A.R. Rahman.
Told against the backdrop of the ancient walled city of Delhi, the film is the ‘journey within’ of an American-born Indian Roshan (Abhishek) who comes to India to drop his ailing grandmother.
Having spent his life in the west, Roshan is not familiar with the sites, smells, food, culture, religion, beliefs and the warm hospitality of India, which once encountered wins his heart and urges him to unravel his roots.
While trying to adjust to the new cultural set up, Roshan comes across an aspiring singer, Bittu (Sonam), who is yearning for identity and wants to break away from the shackles of the society. Eventually Roshan fells in love with her!
The unusual title of the film is inspired by the pin code of Old Delhi that is 110006, and it is referred to as Delhi-6.
Mehra, having spent a major part of his childhood in Chandni Chowk at the heart of the walled city, has brushed the strokes of his adolescence in the film. However, contrary to abounding rumours that the film is his autobiography, he also shrugged off such speculations.
”Delhi-6′ is not an autobiography at all. Not really. I’ve only used what I observed when I was growing up,’ said Mehra.
A major part of the film was shot in Rajasthan because he did not want to disturb the people living in Chandni Chowk.
‘Except for capturing some aspects of walled Delhi, we couldn’t have shot the whole film in that part of Delhi. Otherwise, we would have disturbed the life out there.