Battle: Los Angeles [Aaron Eckhart]








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Battle: Los Angeles (also known as Battle: LA and World Invasion: Battle Los Angeles, and formerly known as Battle for Los Angeles) is a 2011 military science fiction war film directed by Jonathan Liebesman, and starring Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Peña, Ne-Yo, Ramon Rodriguez, and Bridget Moynahan. The film is set in modern day Los Angeles and follows a platoon of U.S. Marines during a global alien invasion, who are joined by an Airman and some Army infantry. The events of the film are inspired by the Battle of Los Angeles, a supposed World War II air raid of the city which turned out to be a false alarm caused by several unidentified objects.

Plot

On August 11, 2011, mysterious objects thought to be meteorites crash into Earth's oceans near several major cities including Tokyo, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, New Orleans, Mexico City, New York City, Hong Kong, Shanghai, London, Manchester, Barcelona, Hamburg, Sydney and Los Angeles. These objects are revealed to be spacecraft containing hostile extraterrestrial forces. U.S. Marines from Camp Pendleton arrive in LA to defend against alien ground forces and assist in the evacuation of civilians in preparation for a bombing campaign. Among the military's forces are SSgt. Michael Nantz (Aaron Eckhart), a 20-year veteran who lost many men under his command during his last deployment in Iraq. Nantz had planned to retire, but the situation requires him to replace the platoon sergeant of a platoon from "E" Company, 2nd Battalion 5th Marines.

Under command of 2ndLt. William Martinez (Ramón Rodríguez), fresh out of The Basic School, the platoon attends a briefing at Santa Monica Airport, which has been converted to a Forward Operating Base. They learn that the alien force consists solely of infantry at the moment, with no air support to speak of; as such, the USAF plans to commence saturation bombing of the Santa Monica area at 1700 hours. The platoon's mission is to rescue civilians from an LAPD police station before this happens, giving them about three hours to do so. As they advance through the city, they are ambushed by aliens and suffer casualties, but link up with a group of U.S. Army National Guard soldiers from the 40th Infantry Division, including Air Force intelligence Technical Sergeant Elena Santos (Michelle Rodriguez). Eventually, the combined team reaches the police station, finding five civilians inside: a veterinarian named Michele (Bridget Moynahan), children Hector Rincon (Bryce Cass), Kirsten (Joey King) and Amy (Jadin Gould), and Hector's father Joe (Michael Peña). A helicopter arrives to evacuate the wounded Marines, but is unable to take on the civilians because it is already full. It is destroyed by an alien aircraft upon takeoff.

The Marines commandeer a city bus for evacuation. They also find a wounded alien and, with the help of Michele, learn of the aliens' physiology, finding a weak point in the torso. When the bus is menaced by an alien aircraft, Nantz realizes they can home in on radio signals and destroys the aircraft by luring it to a gas station using a walkie-talkie. Nantz investigates the wreckage and discovers that the aircraft are radio-controlled unmanned combat aerial vehicles. Santos confirms this, admitting that she was sent to survey what appears to be the aliens' central command center, the destruction of which would deactivate the alien drones and open the enemy forces to air attack. On a freeway, they encounter a lone M1 Abrams that is under attack and subsequently destroyed by the aliens. With the bus under attack, the Marines begin rappelling the civilians off the side of the freeway; Mr. Rincon is wounded in action while defending the operation. Lt. Martinez is also wounded, and sacrifices himself to destroy the enemy unit by detonating C-4 explosives inside the bus, leaving Nantz in command.

The remnants of the platoon (Nantz, Santos, Cpl Kevin Harris (Ne-Yo), Corpsman Jibril Adukwu (Adetokumboh M'Cormack), LCpl Peter Kerns (Jim Parrack), CPL Lee Imlay (Will Rothhaar), CPL Jason Lockett (Cory Hardrict) and the five civilians) escape the bombing zone, taking refuge at a convenience store. A news report speculates that the aliens have attacked Earth for its water supply, which they use as fuel. The team waits for the bombing to begin, but nothing happens; a trek to the FOB reveals why: it has already been destroyed by the aliens. Nantz decides to head for another extraction point, where a helicopter should be available to evacuate them. Before they embark, Rincon dies of his wounds and CPL Lockett (whose brother died under Nantz's command) openly doubts Nantz's ability to lead. Nantz and Lockett come to terms with their guilt and anger as Nantz lists the names and ranks of all the marines who have died under his command from memory. Later, the platoon reaches the extraction point using a LAV-25 and a HMMWV, where a helicopter arrives to extract them.

From the air, Nantz spots a large area on the ground where electricity seems to have been disabled. Nantz believes this to be the location of the alien command center, and passes command of the platoon to Imlay before rappelling down to perform recon. To his surprise, the Marines follow him down, and the team moves into the blackout zone, planning to find the exact location of the command center so they can call in a missile strike.

Going underground, the Marines confirm the presence of a large alien vessel. They return to the surface and stage a three-point order of battle: Kerns will call in a guided artillery strike and Nantz will aim the laser designator while the remainder defend the position. Kerns is killed when his radio broadcasts draw attention to him, and the command center, damaged but not disabled, rises from the ground to find safer haven. With the aid of further missile strikes, the Marines are able to destroy it, and the alien ground forces retreat as their drones rain down around them.

Nantz' team is extracted to a temporary base in the Mojave Desert, where they are greeted as heroes for their outstanding bravery. All other cities under attack now plan to emulate their strategy, destroying the alien command center in each city. More ground troops are being sent in to finish off the aliens there. Despite orders to rest, Nantz and his platoon re-arm and re-sortie, joining the fight to "take back Los Angeles."

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Cast
Cast overview, first billed only:
Aaron Eckhart ... Sgt. Michael Nantz
Ramon Rodriguez ... 2nd Lt. William Martinez
Will Rothhaar ... Cpl. Lee Imlay
Cory Hardrict ... Cpl. Jason Lockett
Jim Parrack ... LCpl. Peter Kerns
Gino Anthony Pesi ... Cpl. Nick Stavrou
Ne-Yo ... Cpl. Kevin Harris
James Hiroyuki Liao ... LCpl. Steven Mottola
Noel Fisher ... Pfc. Shaun Lenihan
Bridget Moynahan ... Michele
Adetokumboh M'Cormack ... Corpsman Jibril Adukwu
Bryce Cass ... Hector Rincon
Michael Peña ... Joe Rincon
Joey King ... Kirsten
Michelle Rodriguez ... TSgt. Elena Santos

Directed by Jonathan Liebesman
Produced by

* Jeffrey Chernov
* Neal H. Moritz
* Ori Marmur

Written by Chris Bertolini

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Age of the Dragons [Danny Glover]








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Age of the Dragons is a 2011 fantasy film starring Danny Glover and Vinnie Jones, directed by Ryan Little. Age of the Dragons is a re-imagining of Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick.

Plot

As in the novel, narrator Ishmael (Corey Sevier) joins Ahab (Danny Glover) on the good ship Pequod, in this instance an iron contraption that seemingly self-propels on wooden wheels. The seven-strong crew ostensibly seeks the precious "Vitriol" inside the fire-breathing winged creatures. Set in a mythical realm where Captain Ahab and crew hunt dragons for the Vitriol that powers their world. Vitriol is a blue liquid and is highly explosive, when it comes in touch with Oxygen. Ishmael, a charismatic brave harpooner joins their quest. In fact, Ahab's mission is a revenge on a particular Great White Dragon that decades ago scarred and injured him, and also killed his sister, when he was young and left his body scarred and mauled, drives the crew deeper into the heart of darkness. For that reason he tries to kill all dragons not only the white one. Conflict arises via a romantic entanglement between Ishmael and Ahab's feisty adopted daughter, Rachel (Sofia Pernas), beautiful and tough, runs the hunting vessel which inspires hostility from jealous hothead Flask (Larry Bagby). In the White Dragon's lair Ahab's secrets are revealed and Rachel must choose between following him on his dark quest or escaping to a new life with Ishmael. She chooses the later and in a final confrontation, Ahab's spear, which was tied to his foot, becomes entangled in the White Dragon's neck who flies off with a screaming Ahab until he is slammed against a pillar, presumably killing him. The movie ends with the White Dragon flying off into the distance, with Ahab's body clinging on to it.

Cast
Cast overview, first billed only:
Danny Glover ... Ahab
Vinnie Jones ... Stubb
Corey Sevier ... Ishmael
Sofia Pernas ... Rachel
Larry Bagby ... Flask
Kepa Kruse ... Queequeg (as John Kepa Kruse)
David Morgan ... Starbuck
Raphael Cruz ... Young Ahab
Yanique Bland ... Ahab's Sister
Wayne Brennan ... Elijah
McKay Daines ... Peter Coffin
John Lyde ... Tashtego
Scott Chun ... Daggoo
Amy Micalizio ... Bar Maids
Brianne Aglaure ... Bar Maids

Directed by Ryan Little
Produced by Gil Aglaure
Devin Carter
McKay Daines
Steven A. Lee
Joe Pia
Peter Urie
Written by Gil Aglaure
Anne K. Black
McKay Daines

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Legacy [Idris Elba]








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Legacy is a 2010 psychological thriller film directed by Nigerian/British director Thomas Ikimi and produced by Black Camel Pictures. The film premièred at the Glasgow Film Festival on the 28 February, 2010 and was released theatrically in the United States on 15 October, 2010. The film stars Idris Elba from The Wire (who was also executive producer), William Hope, Eamonn Walker and Richard Brake amongst others. The story follows Malcolm Gray (Idris Elba) taking sanctuary in a Brooklyn motel room whilst he broods over his past and the rise of his brother Darnell, a ruthless senator, bent on getting into the White House.

Black Ops operative Malcolm Gray returns home after a botched mission in Eastern Europe. Holed up in a Brooklyn motel room, he is torn between retribution and personal salvation as he mentally unravels. When the walls close in, his story may be all he can leave behind.

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Cast
Cast overview, first billed only:
Idris Elba ... Malcolm Gray
William Hope ... Mark Star
Monique Gabriela Curnen ... Valentina Gray
Richard Brake ... Scott O'Keefe
Clarke Peters ... Ola Adenuga
Julian Wadham ... Gregor Salenko
Gerald Kyd ... Gustavo Helguerra
Mem Ferda ... Andriy
Niall Greig Fulton ... Vladimir
John Kazek ... Dimitri
Annette Badland ... Stephanie Gumpel
Lara Pulver ... Diane Shaw
Eamonn Walker ... Darnell Gray Jnr
Joe Holt ... Ronny Tarbuck
Deobia Oparei ... Roy Cloglam

Directed by Thomas Ikimi
Produced by

* Thomas Ikimi
* Idris Elba
* Jessica Levick
* Arabella Page Croft
* Kieran Parker

Written by Thomas Ikimi

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The Duchess [Keira Knightley]








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The Duchess is a 2008 British drama film based on Amanda Foreman's biography of the 18th-century English aristocrat Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. It was released in September 2008 in the UK. Originally to be directed by Susanne Bier,[2] The Duchess was directed by Saul Dibb.

Plot

Set in the late eighteenth century, The Duchess is based on the life of Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. While her beauty and fashion made her famous, extravagance and gambling made her infamous. She is married to the cold and much older William Cavendish, the 5th Duke of Devonshire. Despite the Duke's blatant infidelities, Georgiana becomes a fashion icon, a doting mother, a shrewd political operator, and darling of the common people. Reeling from her husband's affair with her best friend, Lady Bess Foster, Georgiana takes on her own lover, the future prime minister Earl Grey.

Georgiana Spencer became Duchess of Devonshire on her marriage to the Duke in 1774, at the height of the Georgian period, a period of fashion, decadence, and political change. Spirited and adored by the public at large she quickly found her marriage to be a disappointment, defined by her duty to produce a male heir and the Duke's philandering and callous indifference to her. She befriends Lady Bess but finds she is once again betrayed by her husband who wields his power with the three eventually living uncomfortably together. Against this background, and with the pressures of an unfaithful husband,strict social pressures and constant public scrutiny, Georgiana falls passionately in love with Charles Grey, a rising young Whig politician. However, despite his ongoing liaison with Lady Bess, the Duke refuses to allow her to continue the affair and threatens to take her children from her.

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Cast

* Keira Knightley as Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire
* Ralph Fiennes as William Cavendish, 5th Duke of Devonshire
* Hayley Atwell as Lady Elizabeth 'Bess' Foster
* Charlotte Rampling as Countess Spencer, wife to Earl Spencer
* Dominic Cooper as Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey
* Aidan McArdle as Richard Brinsley Sheridan
* Simon McBurney as Charles James Fox
* Sebastian Applewhite as Agustas

And

* Calvin Dean as Devonshire House Servant;
* Emily Jewell as Nanny;
* Hannah Stokely as Maid;
* Richard Syms as Dr Neville;
* Richard McCabe as Sir James Hare;
* Andy Armour as Burleigh the Butler;
* Emily Cohen as Harryo;
* Poppy Wigglesworth as Charlotte (aged 10);
* Mercy Fiennes Tiffin as Little Georgiana;
* Sebastian Applewhite as Augustus;
* Eva Hrela as Charlotte (aged 3);
* Bruce Mackinnon as Sir Peter Teazle actor;
* Alistair Petrie as Heaton;
* Georgia King as Lady Teazle actress;
* Kate Burdette as Lady Harriet;
* Paul Daley as George Augustus Henry Cavendish, created 1st Earl of Burlington of the 2nd order or creation (a.k.a. Duke's brother);
* Hannah Stretton as Lady Mary;
* Hollie Standish-Leigh as Lady Patricia;
* and Anon. plays Georgiana's daughter by Lord Grey, Eliza Courtney.

Directed by Saul Dibb
Produced by Gabrielle Tana
Michael Kuhn
Screenplay by Jeffrey Hatcher
Anders Thomas Jensen
Saul Dibb
Based on Georgina, Duchess of Devonshire by
Amanda Foreman

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I Spit on Your Grave: Unrated 2010 [Sarah Butler]








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I Spit on Your Grave is a 2010 American rape and revenge horror film, and a remake of the controversial 1978 Canadian cult film of the same name.[4] It was directed by Steven R. Monroe,[5] and stars Sarah Butler, Chad Lindberg, Daniel Franzese, Rodney Eastman, Jeff Branson, and Andrew Howard.

Plot

The film opens with young novelist Jennifer Hills (Sarah Butler) driving to a shop to pick up the keys to a cabin she has rented for a few months and to get directions. She is going to the cabin in the woods down south to write her second novel. On her way to the cabin, she gets lost and pulls into a gas station where she encounters a group of grease heads. She accidentally spills some fluid on the head of the group, Johnny (Jeff Branson), and hits the panic button on her car, scaring him and causing him to spill gasoline all over himself. The other guys make fun of him for getting scared. Jennifer drives off into the gravelly road to the cabin. A few days pass and something strange happens. One night, she begins to hear noises every so often that make her uneasy. Her first visitor is Matthew (Chad Lindberg), who is sent to the cabin to fix the broken toilet. His reward is a kiss from Jennifer, and the shy Matthew runs out of the cabin. He later meets up with the group and tells them "she likes me", and the guys begin to talk about Jennifer.

Nightfall comes and Jennifer begins to hear noises around the house. She checks and finds nothing; her fears are realized when the gang from the gas station come to the cabin to get Matthew laid. After they mess with her, making her perform fellatio on bottles and a gun, she is able to escape the cabin and runs off into the woods. She bumps into Storch (Andrew Howard), the sheriff, and Earl (Tracey Walter), the person she rented the cabin from. Storch brings Jennifer back to the cabin acting like he is going to help her. He finds wine and a joint and begins to interrogate her. After an improper pat down, the boys come through the door and she realizes that they are in cahoots. They hold her down, so Matthew can rape her. After he is done, she just gets up and walks out the cabin and into the woods. She is confronted by the gang again. Andy holds her head underwater and Storch anally rapes her and they each have a turn raping her, Stanley recording the entire event on his videocamera the whole time. After all five men are done with her, she gets up again and walks out of the woods and onto a bridge. Just when Storch is going to shoot her, Jennifer jumps into the river. The gang searches for her body but have no luck finding her and begin to get rid of any evidence left behind.

A month passes before Jennifer returns. She has survived in the woods for a month eating, as she explains later, bugs and other things and has been staying in a run-down house in the woods. She starts playing games with the group who all think Matthew has lost it. To keep Earl quiet about Jennifer's visit, Storch kills him while hunting. Jennifer's first victim is Matthew, the slower of the bunch who has a crush on her and is the only one that feels remorse. Jennifer, however, does not care and drags him away with a noose around his neck. Her second and third victims are the group's two lackeys. Stanley (Daniel Franzese), the fat one, steps in a bear trap, and Andy (Rodney Eastman) gets knocked out with a baseball bat. Jennifer uses fish hooks to keep Stanley's eyes open while she pulls out a fish and guts it, and spreads the guts in his eyes and face. This is all being recorded on his camera; the same camera he used to film her being raped. The fish guts attracts crows, who begin to peck on his face and eventually his eyeballs. Andy is tied up lying on a few boards over a bath tub being filled with water. Jennifer throws in some lye and removes one of the boards, forcing him to use his strength to stay out of the base. Eventually his face hits the base-filled bath tub. Each time he pulls himself up we see his base-burned face, with his tongue dissolved. Johnny is later strung up naked with a bridle in his mouth. Jennifer begins to pull out his teeth one by one with pliers, then takes out his own pistol and forces him to perform fellatio on it, the same as he did to her, and then finally she pulls out hedge clippers and cuts off his penis and sticks it in his mouth, leaving him to bleed to death.

After Jennifer is done with Johnny, she goes to visit the sheriff's family. Pretending to be his daughter's school teacher, she talks to him on the phone. Storch races home to find Jennifer is no longer there. He finds out she has taken his daughter to the playground. Storch races there to find no one, except Jennifer in the back seat of his cop car. After the sheriff wakes up from the blow from the baton, Jennifer begins to rape Storch anally with a shotgun. She has also attached a string to the trigger and the other end has been tied around Matthew's wrist. She walks out of the house with Storch begging for mercy and cursing her out at the same time. Then Matthew wakes up and in a failed attempt by Storch to calm Matthew down, Matthew moves, firing the shotgun, killing both Storch and Matthew. Jennifer is then seen sitting in a tree with a smirk on her face.

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Cast
Cast overview:
Sarah Butler ... Jennifer
Jeff Branson ... Johnny
Andrew Howard ... Storch
Daniel Franzese ... Stanley
Rodney Eastman ... Andy
Chad Lindberg ... Matthew
Tracey Walter ... Earl
Mollie Milligan ... Mrs. Storch
Saxon Sharbino ... Chastity
Amber Dawn Landrum ... Girl at Gas Station

Directed by Steven R. Monroe
Produced by Lisa Hansen
Paul Hertzberg
Meir Zarchi
Screenplay by Stuart Morse
Story by Meir Zarchi
(original 1978 screenplay)

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Unknown [Liam Neeson]








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Unknown is a 2011 thriller film directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, starring Liam Neeson, Diane Kruger, January Jones, Aidan Quinn, Bruno Ganz, and Frank Langella.[5] The film is based on the 2003 French novel published in English as Out of My Head, by Didier van Cauwelaert.

Plot

Dr. Martin Harris (Liam Neeson) and his wife Liz (January Jones) arrive in Berlin for a biotechnology summit. Upon arriving at their hotel, Martin realizes he forgot his briefcase at the airport. He takes a taxicab driven by Gina (Diane Kruger), but on the way to the airport, the cab crashes off a bridge into the river after narrowly avoiding a refrigerator that falls off a delivery truck. Martin is knocked unconscious upon impact, but Gina saves him from drowning before fleeing from the scene. On Thanksgiving day, he comes to at the hospital after being in a coma for four days.

Martin returns to his hotel, only to discover another man (Aidan Quinn) with his wife, who tells hotel security she does not know him. He attempts to contact his old colleague Prof. Rodney Cole (Frank Langella), who is unavailable due to Thanksgiving in the United States. Martin then heads to the office of Prof. Bressler, whom he is scheduled to meet that day. However, he sees the impostor, "Martin B" already in a meeting with Bressler. As Martin attempts to prove his identity, Martin B shows him his ID and family photo – both of which have Martin's name, only with his face replaced by that of the impostor. Disillusioned by the identity crisis, Martin falls unconscious and finds himself back at the hospital, where he undergoes an MRI to see if the accident had caused any head trauma. An assassin sent to target him kills Dr. Farge and Nurse Gretchen Erfurt, but Martin escapes.

He then seeks help from Nurse Erfurt's friend, private investigator and former Stasi agent Ernst Jürgen (Bruno Ganz). Martin's only clues are his notebook and Gina, who works at a diner after being fired from the taxicab company since the incident. While Martin attempts to persuade Gina into helping him clear up his identity problem, Jürgen digs up information related to Martin and the biotechnology summit. He discovers that the summit is to be attended by Prince Shada of Saudi Arabia, who is funding a secret project headed by Bressler. Prince Shada has survived numerous assassination attempts from Islamic militants and Jürgen suspects that Martin's identity theft may be another attempt at taking the Prince's life. Jürgen receives Cole at his office, but since he realizes that Cole is not who he says he is (surmising that Cole is a member of a secret assassination unit), he commits suicide by drinking cyanide-laced coffee.

Meanwhile, the assassins attempt to eliminate Martin and Gina, but the couple escape after a fight at her apartment and a lengthy car chase. Martin looks at his notebook and sees a set of numbers written by his wife. The numbers correspond to words found on specific pages of the notebook, which appear as secret codes. Using the schedule written on the notebook, Martin confronts Liz, who tells him that his only hope is his briefcase at the airport. After retrieving his briefcase, Martin parts ways with Gina. She sees him kidnapped by Cole and his henchman Jones. Gina steals a taxicab and chases after Cole's van. Martin wakes up in a car park and discovers the truth of his identity from Cole. It is revealed that Martin Harris is a cover name, and that he, Liz and Martin B are assassins sent to target the summit. Because he injured his head during the car crash, his memory was altered and he believed that Martin Harris was his real life identity. However, he still does not remember his own true identity. Gina rushes in and stops Jones from killing Martin as Cole hides in his van. There is a brief fight between Jones and Gina that ends when Gina drives her car into Jones and squashes him against Cole's van. The impact of the crash also sends the van plummeting out the car park with Cole still inside. Martin discovers a hidden compartment in his briefcase and finds two Canadian passports, realizing he and Liz were in Berlin three months prior to plant a bomb in the suite that is to be occupied by Prince Shada.

The duo head for the hotel to stop the assassination. They are immediately arrested by security, but Martin convinces them of his presence in the hotel three months back. He then realizes that Prince Shada is not the target, but Bressler – who has discovered a genetically modified breed of corn that is capable of surviving any climate, easing the world's food supply problem. Liz uses her own copy of the notebook's secret codes to remotely access Bressler's laptop and steal the data. After being convinced there is a bomb, security evacuates the hotel. Seeing that their assassination attempt has been foiled, Liz tries to disarm the bomb, but is too late and is killed as a section of the hotel is blown up. Martin B, the last remaining assassin, attempts to kill Prof. Bressler, but Martin fights and kills him. Bressler later announces his project to the world, and Martin and Gina, who now carry Canadian IDs (which have the same last name, implying that they are married,) leave on a train, now free from their troubled lives.

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Cast
Cast overview, first billed only:
Liam Neeson ... Dr. Martin Harris
Diane Kruger ... Gina
January Jones ... Elizabeth Harris
Aidan Quinn ... The Other Martin Harris
Bruno Ganz ... Ernst Jürgen
Frank Langella ... Rodney Cole
Sebastian Koch ... Professor Leo Bressler
Olivier Schneider ... Smith
Stipe Erceg ... Jones
Rainer Bock ... Herr Strauss
Mido Hamada ... Prince Shada
Clint Dyer ... Biko
Karl Markovics ... Dr. Farge
Eva Löbau ... Nurse Gretchen Erfurt
Helen Wiebensohn ... Laurel Bressler

Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra
Produced by Joel Silver
Leonard Goldberg
Andrew Rona
Screenplay by Oliver Butcher
Stephen Cornwell
Based on Out of My Head by
Didier van Cauwelaert

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Beastly [Alex Pettyfer]








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Beastly is a 2011 romantic fantasy film based on Alex Flinn's 2007 novel of the same name.[4] It is a retelling of the fairytale Beauty and the Beast set in modern-day New York City. The film is written and directed by Daniel Barnz[5] and stars Vanessa Hudgens and Alex Pettyfer.

The plot focuses on Kyle Kingson, a wealthy and arrogant high school student. During an environmental event, he disrespects a classmate, who is secretly a witch in disguise. The witch then casts a spell on Kyle to disfigure his body and face, giving him a year to find love or be left with his monstrous appearance forever.

It was expected to be distributed to theaters by CBS Films and Alliance Films on July 30, 2010.[6] However, it was moved to March 18, 2011, in order to avoid Hudgens's film from clashing with the release of Zac Efron's film Charlie St. Cloud, but in January 2011, it was bumped up to March 4, 2011.

Plot

Kyle Kingston is the arrogant and vain son of wealthy and equally as arrogant and vain news anchor Rob Kingston. When he wins student body president, he bullies the eccentric Kendra for being ugly and strange at the after-party. Disgusted, Kendra magically transforms Kyle into a bald, and scarred shell of his once-handsome self. Kendra says Kyle has until the next spring to find someone who loves him or he stays this way forever. Rob takes Kyle to live in a private condo with their maid Zola and Kyle's blind tutor Will. Rob initially promises to support his son, but gradually neglects his son over time and stops visiting him after work altogether. Angry and hurt, Kyle finds sympathy from Zola and Will.

As spring draws closer, Kyle finds himself infatuated with Lindy, a girl from his former school who he had initially been as distant to as he was to Kendra. When Lindy and her father are about to be mugged by two brothers on the street, Lindy's father shoots one of the brothers, the surviving one vowing vengeance by taking Lindy's life for his brother. Kyle saves Lindy and her father, and arranges for Lindy to move in with him for her own safety. Initially, Lindy is furious about hiding, since she was to go to Machu Picchu on a field trip - but after she claims she's seen worse than Kyle (now calling himself "Hunter" around her) they warm to each other. Kyle writes a letter to Lindy professing his love to her, but he never plans to give it to her, in fear of Lindy not feeling the same way. Will and Zola continue to help Kyle win her over, as the two begin to fall in love. In time he completely wins her over when they read Frank O'Hara's poem Having a Coke with You together out loud. Closer to spring, Kyle makes a deal with Kendra that if he succeeds in winning Lindy's heart, she will restore Will's vision, and grant legal citizenship to Zola's three children in Jamaica.

Despite Lindy receiving a text message from her father that the criminal who threatened her life is in jail, she and Kyle spend an afternoon at one of Rob's private cottages on a lake. As they were about to kiss, Lindy receives a call notifying her that her father overdosed and is in a hospital. She leaves to see her father, and Kyle gives her his letter, but regrets doing so when she doesn't profess love for him before leaving. Heartbroken, Kyle does not answer Lindy's phone calls, even after she reads them. Inspired by Will and Zola, Kyle goes to meet Lindy one last time before she leaves for the field trip to Machu Picchu, and explains he did not answer her calls because he thought she only liked him as a friend. Lindy kisses Kyle and professes her love for him, and departs for Machu Picchu. Kyle's normal, handsome self is restored with Kendra's spell broken, but Lindy decides against leaving and tries to find "Hunter" again. She initially ignores Kyle while searching for Hunter, only for Kyle's phone to ring when she calls "Hunter". Realizing Hunter was Kyle, the two share a kiss in the street.

In the credits, a series of photographs shows that Kyle and Lindy went around the world together - including Machu Picchu - after Kyle's normal form was restored. Will wakes up one morning and to his delight can see again, and Zola finds three Green Cards for her children in the mail from the government. Kendra is also seen approaching Rob Kingston's office as a new intern, implying that Kendra will likely do the same thing she did to Kyle to Rob.

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Cast
Cast overview, first billed only:
Alex Pettyfer ... Kyle
Justin Bradley ... Student
Mary-Kate Olsen ... Kendra
Dakota Johnson ... Sloan
Erik Knudsen ... Trey
Vanessa Hudgens ... Lindy
Karl Graboshas ... Male Teacher
Peter Krause ... Rob
Lisa Gay Hamilton ... Zola
Jonathan Dubsky ... Student at Green Party
David Francis ... Dr. Davis
Neil Patrick Harris ... Will
Rhiannon Moller-Trotter ... Halloween Partygoer
Steve Godin ... Junkie
Gio Perez ... Victor

Directed by Daniel Barnz
Produced by Susan Cartsonis
Roz Weisberg
Michael Flynn
Screenplay by Daniel Barnz
Based on Beastly by
Alex Flinn

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I Am Number Four [Alex Pettyfer]








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I Am Number Four is an American teen action science fiction film, directed by D. J. Caruso, starring Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant, Teresa Palmer, Dianna Agron, Kevin Durand, and Callan McAuliffe. The film is based on the novel I Am Number Four, written by Jobie Hughes and James Frey, with an adapted screenplay by Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, and Marti Noxon.

The film is produced by Michael Bay through Disney; The Hollywood Reporter projected the budget to be between $50 and $60 million. The film was released on February 18, 2011.

Plot

John Smith (Alex Pettyfer) is an alien from planet Lorien who was sent to Earth as a child alongside eight others to escape an invading race, the Mogadorians, which destroyed their home planet. He is protected by a Warrior/Guardian, Henri (Timothy Olyphant), and has developed superpowers due to his extraterrestrial nature, such as enhanced strength, speed and agility, telekinesis, resistance to fire and heat, and the power to generate light from his hands.

The Mogadorians, led by the Commander (Kevin Durand) eventually discover about the nine toddlers and come to Earth in search of them. These Loriens can only be killed in a particular sequence, with three of them having already been slain. John is Number Four. Knowing this, he and Henri move from Florida to Paradise, Ohio, where John befriends conspiracy theorist Sam Goode (Callan McAuliffe), a dog named Bernie Kosar, and falls in love with amateur photographer Sarah Hart (Dianna Agron), whose ex-boyfriend, school athlete Mark James (Jake Abel) is a bully who often torments both John and Sam.

During the spring carnival, Mark and his friends capture John and Sarah, whom they believe are in a relationship, and follow them into the woods, where they attempt to beat John up. However, he uses his powers to fend them off and rescue Sarah. Sam witnesses the events, and John tells him his true origin. Shortly thereafter, Mark’s father, the local sheriff, interrogates Henri on John’s whereabouts when his son and his friends were attacked, and notices that he has a high-tech surveillance system.

Henri tells John that too many people are suspicious of them, in addition to John’s random displays of power, caused by his difficulty in controlling them, and that they must leave. However, John tells him he can’t because he’s in love with Sarah.

The Mogadorians start searching for John. Another alien from Lorien, Number Six (Teresa Palmer), decided to go after the Mogadorians instead of running away from them after her Guardian was murdered. The Mogadorians eventually locate John and manipulate two conspiracy theorists into capturing Henri. When John and Sam go to rescue him, they are attacked but manage to fend Mogadorians off. However, Henri is mortally wounded and dies after John and Sam escape with some Lorien artifacts, including a blue rock that acts as a tracking device to locate other Loriens. Sam’s father, a conspiracy theorist who disappeared while hunting aliens in Mexico, has another. While Sam searches for it, John tries to say goodbye to Sarah at a party, only to discover that the Mogadorians have framed him and Henri for the murders of the conspiracy theorists, as well as being terrorists due to their cutting-edge technology. Mark sees John and calls his father, who corners John and Sarah. He saves her from a fall, revealing his powers in the process, and they escape to their high school.

Meanwhile, The Commander also arrives at Paradise, blocking the exits with trucks. He is confronted by Mark and his father, and, after injuring the latter, he forces the former to show him where John is hiding, Mark then takes him to the school, which he knows is Sarah’s hideout.

There, John, Sarah, and Sam are attacked by the Commander and his soldiers, who have brought two giant monsters to hunt the trio. They are saved by Number Six and John’s "dog," Bernie Kosar, who reveals his true form as a good Chimera, which can shapeshift, and was sent by his parents to protect him. Bernie Kosar eventually shapeshifts back to a beagle with a very wounded paw. John and Number Six, who can teleport and block energy-based attacks, fight the Mogadorians. They eventually defeat them all, including the Commander, whose energy grenades are overheated by John and explode, destroying his body.

On the following day, John, Number Six, Sam, and Bernie Kosar, the shapeshifting Chimera, unite their blue rocks and discover the location of the other four surviving Loriens. They set to find them and rally them together to protect Earth from the Mogadorians, leaving Sarah and a repentant Mark, who has redeemed himself by lying to his father about John’s whereabouts and returning to John a box belonging to his father.

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Cast
Cast overview, first billed only:
Alex Pettyfer ... John
Timothy Olyphant ... Henri
Teresa Palmer ... Number 6
Dianna Agron ... Sarah
Callan McAuliffe ... Sam
Kevin Durand ... Mogadorian Commander
Jake Abel ... Mark
Jeff Hochendoner ... Sherriff James
Patrick Sebes ... Kevin
Greg Townley ... Number 3
Reuben Langdon ... Number 3's Guardian
Emily Wickersham ... Nicole
Molly McGinnis ... Receptionist
Brian Howe ... Frank
Andy Owen ... Bret

Directed by D. J. Caruso
Produced by Michael Bay
Chris Bender
J. C. Spink
David Valdes
Screenplay by Alfred Gough
Miles Millar
Marti Noxon
Based on I Am Number Four by
Pittacus Lore (Jobie Hughes & James Frey)

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Thor [Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman]








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Thor is a 2011 American superhero film based on comic book character of the same name published by Marvel Comics and is the fourth film released in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film was released on April 21, 2011 in Australia and on May 6, 2011 in the United States.[5][6] Thor was also released in 3D and IMAX 3D.[7][8] The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston, Anthony Hopkins, and Stellan Skarsgård with Kenneth Branagh directing a script by Ashley Edward Miller, Zack Stentz, and Don Payne.[9][10]

The project of a film adaptation of Thor was in "development hell" for several years before Marvel Studios signed Protosevich to write its script in 2006. Matthew Vaughn was to direct the film in late 2008 for a release in 2010. Branagh replaced Vaughn in late 2008, and the film's release was rescheduled into 2011. The main characters were cast in 2009, and principal photography took place from January to May 2010.

Plot

In 965 A.D., Odin (Anthony Hopkins), king of Asgard, wages war against the Frost Giants of Jotunheim and their leader Laufey (Colm Feore), to prevent them from conquering the Nine Realms, starting with Earth. The Asgardian warriors defeat the Frost Giants and seize the source of their power, the Casket of Ancient Winters.

In the present, Odin's son Thor (Chris Hemsworth) prepares to ascend to the throne of Asgard, but is interrupted when Frost Giants attempt to retrieve the Casket. Against Odin's order, Thor travels to Jotunheim to confront Laufey, accompanied by his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston), childhood friend Sif (Jaimie Alexander) and the Warriors Three; Volstagg (Ray Stevenson), Fandral (Joshua Dallas) and Hogun (Tadanobu Asano). A battle ensues until Odin intervenes to save the Asgardians, destroying the fragile truce between the two races. For Thor's arrogance, Odin strips his son of his godly power and exiles him to Earth, accompanied by his hammer Mjolnir — the source of his power, now protected by a spell to allow only the worthy to wield it.

Thor lands in New Mexico, where scientist Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), her assistant Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) and mentor Dr. Erik Selvig (Stellan Skarsgard), find him. The local populace finds Mjolnir, which S.H.I.E.L.D agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) soon commandeers before forcibly acquiring Jane's data about the wormhole that delivered Thor to Earth. Thor, having discovered Mjolnir's nearby location, seeks to retrieve it from the facility that S.H.I.E.L.D quickly constructed but he finds himself unable to lift it, and is captured. With Selvig's help, he is freed and resigns himself to exile on Earth as he develops a romance with Jane.

Loki discovers he is Laufey's son, adopted by Odin after the war ended. When Odin, overcome with stress, falls into the deep "Odinsleep" that allows him to recuperate, Loki becomes king and offers Laufey the chance to kill Odin and retrieve the Casket. Sif and the Warriors Three, unhappy with Loki's rule, attempt to return Thor from exile, convincing Heimdall (Idris Elba), gatekeeper of the Bifröst Bridge - the means of traveling between worlds - to allow them passage to Earth. Aware of their plan, Loki sends the Destroyer, a seemingly indestructible automaton, to pursue them and kill Thor. The warriors find Thor, but the Destroyer attacks and defeats them, prompting Thor to offer himself instead. Struck by the Destroyer and near death, Thor's sacrifice proves him worthy to wield Mjolnir. The hammer returns to him, restoring his powers and allowing him to defeat the Destroyer. Kissing Jane goodbye and vowing to return, he and his fellow warriors travel to Asgard to confront Loki.

In Asgard, Loki betrays and kills Laufey, revealing his true plan to use Laufey's attempt on Odin's life as an excuse to destroy Jotunheim with the Bifröst Bridge, and thus prove himself worthy to Odin. Thor arrives and fights his brother before destroying the Bifröst Bridge to stop Loki's plan, stranding himself in Asgard. Odin awakens and prevents the brothers from falling into the abyss created in the wake of the bridge's destruction, but Loki allows himself to fall to his apparent death after realizing that he disappointed Odin once again. Thor makes amends with Odin, admitting he is not ready to be king, while on Earth, Jane and her team search for a way to open a portal to Asgard.

In a post-credits scene, Selvig has been taken to a S.H.I.E.L.D. facility, where Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) asks him to study an unnamed device, which Fury says may hold untold power. Loki, invisible, whispers to Selvig to agree, which Selvig does.

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Cast
Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Hemsworth ... Thor
Natalie Portman ... Jane Foster
Tom Hiddleston ... Loki
Anthony Hopkins ... Odin
Stellan Skarsgård ... Erik Selvig
Kat Dennings ... Darcy Lewis
Clark Gregg ... Agent Coulson
Idris Elba ... Heimdall
Colm Feore ... King Laufey
Ray Stevenson ... Volstagg
Tadanobu Asano ... Hogun
Josh Dallas ... Fandral
Jaimie Alexander ... Sif
Rene Russo ... Frigga
Adriana Barraza ... Isabel Alvarez

Directed by Kenneth Branagh
Produced by Kevin Feige
Screenplay by Ashley Edward Miller
Zack Stentz
Don Payne
Story by J. Michael Straczynski
Mark Protosevich
Based on Thor by
Stan Lee
Larry Lieber
Jack Kirby

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Fast Five also known as Fast & Furious 5 and Fast & Furious 5: Rio Heist








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Fast Five (also known as Fast & Furious 5[3] and Fast & Furious 5: Rio Heist[4]) is a 2011 heist action film written by Chris Morgan and directed by Justin Lin. The film stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster and Dwayne Johnson and was first released in Australia on April 20, 2011 followed by a domestic release on April 29, 2011 as the fifth film in the The Fast and the Furious franchise. Fast Five follows Brian O'Conner (Walker), Dom Toretto (Diesel) and Mia Toretto (Brewster) as they plan a heist to steal $100 million from corrupt businessman Hernan Reyes (Joaquim de Almeida) while being pursued for arrest by DSS agent Luke Hobbs (Johnson). Though it is the fifth entry in the series, the events of the film take place between those of Fast & Furious (2009) and The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006).

For development of Fast Five, a conscious effort was made by Universal Studios to shift away from the street racing theme prevalent in previous films in the series. Emphasis was instead placed on transforming the franchise into an action series in an attempt to attract wider audiences that may otherwise be turned off by the series' focus on cars and car culture. Fast Five is considered the transitional film in the series, featuring only one car race with more attention given to action set-pieces such as gun fights, brawls and the heist of $100 million.

Following its release, Fast Five garnered critical praise, becoming the highest rated entry in the franchise, and financial gain, breaking box office records to become the highest grossing opening weekend in an April and the second highest opening weekend in Spring, earning $168 million. As of May 8, 2011, Fast Five has grossed over $320 million.

Plot

Former FBI agent Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) leads an assault on a prison transport bus carrying his friend Dominic "Dom" Toretto (Vin Diesel), freeing him before the pair split up, agreeing to meet in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. While awaiting Dom's arrival, Dom's sister Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster) and Brian undertake a job for their friend Vince (Matt Schulze) to steal three cars from a train. The job goes awry when it is discovered that the train is carrying DEA agents and the cars are seized property. Dom arrives to help Brian and Mia as they realize that they need to steal only one specific car, the Ford GT40. With Mia's help, they steal the car and escape but Brian and Dom are captured by corrupt businessman Hernan Reyes (Joaquim de Almeida), owner of the car. A shootout ensues and the pair again escapes with the car, taking it to their safehouse to discover what Reyes was hiding in it. One of Reyes's henchmen shoots the DEA agents on the train. Vince arrives and is revealed to be working for Reyes after removing a computer chip from the car, shown to contain information on all of Reyes' illicit business activities including laundering over $100 million.

As a result of the murder of DEA agents, attributed to Dom, heightened measures to apprehend him and O'Conner are implemented by the U.S. government. U.S. Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) special agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) tracks Dom to his safehouse, assisted by local officer Elena Neves (Elsa Pataky) to apprehend him, but finds them under assault by Reyes' men. Dom, Mia and Brian escape when Mia announces she is pregnant with Brian's child. The trio decides to organize a team to perform a heist on Reyes' laundered money. Han Seoul-Oh (Sung Kang), Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson), Tej Parker (Ludacris), Gisele Yashar (Gal Gadot), Tego Leo (Tego Calderón), and Rico Santos (Don Omar) are called to join in the heist. Vince later joins the team after saving Mia from Reyes' men, earning Dom's trust once more. Hobbs finds and arrests Dom along with Brian, Mia and Vince. While transporting them to an airport for extradition to the United States, the convoy is attacked by Reyes' men, killing Hobbs' team and mortally wounding Vince, whose last request is for Dom to meet his son and take care of him. Wanting revenge for his team, Hobbs and Elena join the heist team.

The heist begins the following day as the gang breaks into the police station where Reyes' money is stored and tears the vault from the building using their cars, dragging it through the city. During the escape, Dom manages to take out Reyes' car, badly injuring him before he is shot and killed by Hobbs. Hobbs refuses to let Dom go free, but unwilling to arrest him, agrees to give him and Brian a 24-hour head start to flee. The team splits Reyes' money from the heist, with Dom leaving Vince's share with Rosa, and go their separate ways.

In the South Pacific, Brian and now visibly pregnant Mia relax on a beach, where they are met by Dom and Elena. Brian challenges Dom to a final, no-stakes race to prove who is the better driver after Dom let Brian win at their last race.

In a post-credits scene, Hobbs is given a special file by U.S. Customs agent Monica Fuentes (Eva Mendes) concerning the hijack of a military convoy in Berlin. In the file, Hobbs discovers a recent photo of Leticia Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez), Dom's presumed-deceased girlfriend, revealing she survived the events of Fast & Furious.

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Cast
* Vin Diesel as Dom Toretto, a professional criminal, street racer and fugitive. Diesel was reportedly paid $15 million to star in and produce the film.[5]
* Paul Walker as Brian O'Conner, a former FBI agent turned criminal. He is in a relationship with Mia Toretto.
* Dwayne Johnson as Luke Hobbs, a U.S. Diplomatic Security Service special agent sent to capture Dom and his associates. Johnson approached Universal Studios himself seeking a role in the franchise.[6]
* Jordana Brewster as Mia Toretto, Dom's sister and girlfriend of Brian O'Conner
* Tyrese Gibson as Roman Pearce
* Ludacris as Tej Parker
* Matt Schulze as Vince
* Sung Kang as Han Seoul-Oh
* Gal Gadot as Gisele Yashar
* Tego Calderon as Tego Leo
* Don Omar as Rico Santos
* Joaquim de Almeida as Hernan Reyes, a corrupt businessman who controls the crime in Rio
* Elsa Pataky as Elena Neves, a Rio police officer who works with Hobbs' team
* Michael Irby as Zizi, Reyes' henchman

Alimi Ballard, Fernando Chien, Yorgo Constantine, and Geoff Meedy portray members of Hobbs's team: Fusco, Wilkes, Chato, and Macroy. Michelle Rodriguez appears in photographs as Leticia "Letty" Ortiz, Dom's girlfriend who apparently died in Fast & Furious. Eva Mendes appears in an uncredited cameo as undercover US Customs agent Monica Fuentes, reprising her role from 2 Fast 2 Furious.

Directed by Justin Lin
Produced by Neal H. Moritz
Vin Diesel
Michael Fottrell
Written by Chris Morgan

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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is a 2010 3D fantasy-adventure film based on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, the third novel in C. S. Lewis's epic fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia (and fifth chronologically). It is the third installment in The Chronicles of Narnia film series from Walden Media. Unlike the earlier two films, it was distributed by 20th Century Fox and the first to be released in Digital 3D.

The film is set three years after the events of Prince Caspian. The two youngest Pevensie siblings, Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and Lucy (Georgie Henley), are transported back to Narnia along with their cousin Eustace Scrubb (Will Poulter). They join the new king of Narnia, Caspian (Ben Barnes), in his quest to rescue seven lost lords and to save Narnia from a corrupting evil that resides on a dark island. Each character is tested as they journey to the home of the great lion Aslan at the far end of the world.

Development on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader began in 2007, while Prince Caspian was still in production. Filming was supposed to take place in Malta, Czech Republic and Iceland in 2008 with Michael Apted as its new director, for a planned release in 2009. But production was halted after a budgetary dispute between Walden Media and Walt Disney Pictures concerning Prince Caspian's performance, resulting in Disney's departing the production and being replaced by 20th Century Fox. Filming later took place in Australia and New Zealand in 2009 and was converted into 3D in 2010. It was released in traditional 2D, RealD 3D, and Digital 3D, and a limited release in 4D.[4][5]

The film premiered on November 30, 2010, at a Royal Film Performance in London[6] and was released worldwide on December 10, 2010 to mixed reviews and commercial success. The film received moderate success in North America with a gross of $104 million, which was lower than its predecessors. However, it fared better than Prince Caspian internationally with $311 million. The film is currently the 12th highest-grossing film of 2010 with over $415 million and received a nomination at the 68th Golden Globe Awards. It then became 20th Century Fox's highest-grossing film in 2010.[7] Following its success, The Magician's Nephew has been confirmed to be the fourth entry to the series.

Plot

One year after the events of Prince Caspian, Lucy and Edmund Pevensie are staying with their cousin Eustace Scrubb. When water pours from a painting of a ship on the ocean hanging in Lucy’s bedroom, Lucy, Edmund and Eustace are transported into an ocean in Narnia.

They are rescued by Caspian and Reepicheep, and taken aboard the Dawn Treader, the ship featured on the painting. Caspian invites them on a voyage to rescue the seven Lords of Narnia whom his uncle Miraz banished.

They first visit the Lone Islands, where people are sold as slaves. Caspian and Edmund are captured and imprisoned while Lucy and Eustace were sold as slaves. Caspian meets one of the lost lords, who reveals that the slaves who are not sold, are sacrificed to a mysterious green mist. The Dawn Treader crew rescues them, battles the slave traders and reclaims the Lone Islands. The lord gives Caspian a sword originally given by Aslan.

At another island Lucy is abducted by invisible Dufflepuds who force her to enter the manor of Coriakin, a magician. Lucy finds a book of incantations and recites a visibility spell after discovering different incantations such as beauty and snow. They later meet a magician named Coriakin who encourages them to defeat the mist by laying seven swords at Aslan's Table, but warns them that they are all about to be tested. While journeying, Lucy casts the beauty incantation, entering a dream in which she has transformed into Susan. She finds herself with Edmund and Peter and finds that neither Lucy nor Narnia exist. Aslan reveals himself to Lucy and explains the consequences of self-doubt and that her siblings only know of Narnia because of her.

They later visit a volcanic island. Edmund, Lucy and Caspian recover another sword from within a magical pool that turns anything that enters it into gold. Edmund feels that this pool holds the key to limitless wealth, and he and Caspian argue about it before Lucy stops them. Meanwhile, Eustace discovers and steals some treasure. While Edmund and Caspian look for him, a dragon approaches and is driven away from the Dawn Treader. The dragon turns out to be Eustace, who has been transformed by the mist after succumbing to its temptations. Reepicheep later tries to amend the situation and befriends Eustace.

Then they later arrive at Aslan’s Table with three lost lords asleep around it. As they place the swords on the table they realise one is still missing. The star descends from the sky and turns into Lilliandil, a beautiful woman who guides them to the Dark Island, lair of the mist. The crew voyages to the island and discovers the last surviving Lord. He warns them not to think of their fears but Edmund fails, his fear manifesting as a monstrous sea serpent that attacks the ship. In the following fight between Eustace and the serpent, the last sword is thrown at Eustace, stabbing him. Wounded, Eustace flies away, landing on a sandy island and encountering Aslan, who transforms him back into a boy and sends him to Ramandu's island with the last sword. The mist tries distracting Edmund by appearing as Jadis, the White Witch. Eustace overcomes the mist and puts the sword on the table, awaking the three sleeping lords and destroying the mist; Edmund slays the sea serpent and they rescue the sacrificed people.

Eustace rejoins Lucy, Edmund, Caspian and Reepicheep and they sail to a sea covered in lilies, eventually finding a shore before a massive wave. Aslan appears to them and tells them that His country lies beyond, although if they go they may never return. Caspian refuses, acknowledging that he still has duties and responsibilities as Narnia's king, but Reepicheep reveals that it has been his intention to enter, and Aslan blesses him before he paddles above the wave. Aslan opens a portal in the wave to send Lucy, Edmund and Eustace home, telling them that Lucy and Edmund have grown up and sadly will never return to Narnia. Aslan encourages them to know Him in their world by another name, and tells Eustace that he may return. Edmund and Lucy bid farewell to Caspian and Aslan before entering the portal with Eustace. The three are returned to the bedroom at Eustace's house.

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Cast
Cast overview, first billed only:
Georgie Henley ... Lucy Pevensie
Skandar Keynes ... Edmund Pevensie
Ben Barnes ... Caspian
Will Poulter ... Eustace Clarence Scrubb
Gary Sweet ... Drinian
Terry Norris ... Lord Bern
Bruce Spence ... Lord Rhoop
Bille Brown ... Coriakin
Laura Brent ... Liliandil
Colin Moody ... Auctioneer
Tilda Swinton ... The White Witch
Anna Popplewell ... Susan Pevensie
William Moseley ... Peter Pevensie
Shane Rangi ... Tavros
Arthur Angel ... Rhince

Directed by Michael Apted
Produced by Mark Johnson
Andrew Adamson
Philip Steuer
Screenplay by Christopher Markus
Stephen McFeely
Michael Petroni
Based on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by
C. S. Lewis

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The Passion of the Christ [Mel Gibson] The film opens in Gethsemane in medias res as Jesus prays and is tempted by Satan, while his apostles, Peter, James and John sleep.
The Visual Bible: The Gospel of John [Christopher Plummer] The Gospel of John is a 2003 film that is the story of Jesus' life as recounted by the Gospel of John. It is a motion picture that has been adapted for the screen on a word-for-word basis from the American Bible Society's Good News Bible.
The Ten Commandments [Theodore Roberts] Throughout the film, the visual motif of the tablets of the commandments appears in the sets, with a particular commandment appearing on them when it is relevant to the story.
Imperium: Saint Peter [Omar Sharif] He was a fisherman assigned a leadership role by Jesus and was with Jesus during events witnessed by only a few apostles, such as the Transfiguration.