International Teaser Poster for Resident Evil: Retribution

Alice is going to get her vengenza in a new teaser poster, hailing from Spain, for Resident Evil: Retribution. The site this poster hails from swears its the real deal and not fan art, so we’ll roll with that. Head inside for a larger look.

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‘Bringing Up Bobby’ to get Oklahoma City premiere at deadCenter Film Festival

The result is “Bringing Up Bobby,” which the Dutch actress turned writer-director will introduce to local moviegoers during the deadCenter Film Festival.

The film will screen at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Sam Noble Theatre at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, followed by an audience Q&A with Janssen and executive producer Cole Frates. The film will be shown again at 8 p.m. Sunday at Harkins Bricktown Theaters.

The screenplay by Janssen, based on a story by Janssen and Frates, centers on Milla Jovovich, a nomadic European con artist who settles in Oklahoma City with her 10-year-old American-born son Bobby (Spencer List), hoping to find a better life for him.

It is not known to visit Milla deadCenter Film Festival or not.

Source: newsok

42 posters “unofficial” Resident Evil: Retribution

After a long, dark winter with absolutely no information on Resident Evil: Retribution, the new film in the franchise into the spotlight.

A user posted represent nothing more, nothing less, than 42 movie posters. You read correct , they are even released forty-two arts at the forum. But yet there are some points to consider. First, none of these posters not have confirmed by the Screen Gems movie studio. Technically, they are not official posters of the film.

It is likely that the production of has been commissioned by studio and art after having delivered the material, the team may have rejected these posters and stayed with others. Or it may have rejected all, finally.

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The Three Musketeers (2011) Blu-ray review

Paul W.S. Anderson brings his “Resident Evil” experience — and star — to a modern, steampunk retelling of Alexandre Dumas’ “The Three Musketeers,” and while the results are uneven, the film does have its moments of joy.

Anderson’s never going to be a critical favorite, and this is true even for his foray into a classic literature adaptation. The film reminds one primarily of a film like “League of Extraordinary Gentlemen,” which also mashed up genre pieces and literary characters and was roundly dismissed by critics.

Milla Jovovich, Anderson’s wife and the star of the “Resident Evil” films, is probably the best bit of adventure in the “Musketeers” remake, playing Milady de Winter. In this “Musketeers,” she’s a sword-fighting dervish of action. It’s not strictly literary canon, though it’s fun to watch.

The film goes for cannon over canon, as Anderson has added Miyazaki-esque airships and sky battles to his Dumas adaptation.

The Musketeers of the title are Athos (Matthew Macfadyen), Porthos (Ray Stevenson) and Aramis (Luke Evans). Following a failed mission, they’re disbanded by Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz).

When young swordsman D’Artagnan (Logan Lerman) wants to join the crew, they all run afoul of Richileu’s agent Rochefort (Mads Mikkelsen) and his men. Richelieu is secretly plotting against the king, and eventually it’s up to the Musketeers to suss out the plot and save the day.

The film visually owes something to “Pirates of the Caribbean,” from which it also borrowed co-star Orlando Bloom, here perhaps miscast as the villainous Buckingham. The film’s not a bad way to spend a Saturday afternoon for those seeking a B-movie; and it does improve on the 1993 version of “The Three Musketeers.” But the best adaptation of the Dumas story is still 1973′s “The Three Musketeers,” directed by Richard Lester, and its 1974 follow-up, “The Four Musketeers.”

The Blu-ray is a great technical presentation of the film that allows viewers to appreciate the slick visuals. The audio quality is also strong.

Milla Jovovich Wants To Be in a ‘Resident Evil’ Game

Milla Jovovich, star of the five successful live-action ‘Resident Evil’ films, is disappointed that her character ‘Alice’ has not been featured in any of the Capcom games.

While the long-running Resident Evil video game franchise is the only video game series to have spawned a long-running and successful film franchise, one key differentiation between the adaptations and the source material is the star of the films: Alice, played by Milla Jovovich.

2012 marks the biggest year to date for the Resident Evil franchise, with Capcom having already released Resident Evil: Revelations for the 3DS and Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, to be followed up Resident Evil 6 coming this fall, not long after the fifth film, Resident Evil: Retribution, hits theaters. With so many games releasing, Jovovich is sad that she hasn’t been able to be in one herself.

Source:gamerant

‘Three Musketeers’ On DVD Tuesday!

The Three Musketeers will soon be available on DVD and Blu-ray! The action packed adventure, which also stars Milla Jovovich, Luke Evans, and Logan Lerman, will arrive in stores on March 13.

THE BLU-RAY:
○PICTURE:
Summit’s 2.35:1/1080p/AVC-encoded transfer for The Three Musketeers is quite solid. The film was shot digitally and is subsequently without grain, but the image still appears very film-like. Detail is excellent and justly rewards the elaborate costumes and visual effects-assisted sets. Contrast is generally excellent, though highlights are a bit bright, and colors are bright and well saturated. Facial detail is excellent and close ups, and wide shots, while given every opportunity to display banding or compression noise, are razor sharp.

○SOUND:
The 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack is as strong as it should be considering the recent production. Dialogue is crystal clear, effects are impressive and the score is rich and expansive. This mix is quite immersive, and the mid-air battles and castle sword fights allow the soundtrack to impress with hefty LFE response and active surrounds. Range is excellent, and clarity is as strong during intimate scenes as it is during action pieces. A Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 track is also included, as are English SDH and Spanish subtitles.

○PACKAGING AND EXTRAS:
This single-disc release comes in a Blu-ray eco-case that is wrapped in a slipcover. A separate Blu-ray 3D version is also available. Summit includes a wealth of bonus materials, the most impressive of which is an excellent picture-in-picture track.. Access: Three Musketeers (2:21:02) runs a good half-hour longer than the film thanks to several segments that pause the film to provide more detail. This is PIP track is well produced, with handsome menus and a helpful legend, and includes cast and crew interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, effects comparisons and interesting trivia. There is little time when something is not popping up on screen, and the track effectively covers the film’s production. Also includes are some a few featurettes, Paul W. S. Anderson’s Musketeers (2:29/HD), Orlando Bloom Takes on the Duke (1:59/HD), 17th Century Air Travel (2:20/HD) and Uncovering France in Germany (2:14/HD). The features conclude with a handful of deleted and extended scenes (14:18/HD) and BD-Live Access.

○FINAL THOUGHTS:
Did the world need another film adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’s The Three Musketeers? Perhaps not, but Paul W. S. Anderson’s take on the story is innocuous enough, with impressive visual effects, a quick pace and ample humor. The central trio lacks personality and their quest to stop a war between England and France is silly, but The Three Musketeers is entertaining while it lasts. Summit’s Blu-ray offers excellent picture and sound and an excellent picture-in-picture track. Rent It.

Source:dvdtalk

Win 1 of 3 The Three Musketeers DVDs

Entertainment One are delighted to announce the arrival of The Three Musketeers, which is exploding onto 3D Blu-ray, DVD, Download and On-Demand on February 27th and is available to pre-order now.

The action-packed 3D adventure boasts an all-star cast including Orlando Bloom (Pirates of the Caribbean), Milla Jovovich (Resident Evil), Matthew Macfadyen (Frost/Nixon) and Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson & the Lightning Thief), and was directed by Paul W.S. Anderson (Resident Evil franchise).

The modern take on the legendary tale is bursting with electrifying special effects, striking feats of swordsmanship, and explosive action including a mind blowing air battle. As Porthos, Athos, Aramis and D’Artagnan fight to save the very future of Europe, this is The Three Musketeers as you’ve never seen before.

Movie buffs will love the two-disc Blu-ray containing the spectacular 3D version of the film shown at cinemas in addition to the standard 2D feature. And both the 3D Blu-ray and DVD come in stunning 3D lenticular packaging and include revealing special features, making this one release no collector will want to miss.

Source:film-news

25 Things to Know About Resident evil: Retribution

  • The fifth installment is more of a chase movie that the previous films and it’s more realistic.  It’s also being filmed in 3D like the last one and they’re filming in 4K.
  • The movie opens where the last film ended which was on the deck of the Arcadia ship.
  • There are three different types of zombies: the newly created undead, the Russians – Las Plagas, and the zombies in Tokyo. Some are called lickers (which are all CGI).  Everything is enhanced with the Russian zombies, and their actions are almost super-human.
  • There are more zombies this time around except they’re in smaller groups.
  • Makeup Effects Supervisor Paul Jones wanted the makeup on the zombies to look realistic. He took inspiration from Day of the Dead.
  • There was talk of doing Resident Evil 5 and 6 back to back but ultimately they decided shoot the fifth film by itself.  However, Paul W.S. Anderson has a rough idea for the 6th film and he sees it as the finale of the series.  (Of course if the movies keep making tons of money, then who knows if the studio will let it end).  He also already knows where the final Umbrella location will be in the 6th movie but wouldn’t reveal it.
  • Nick Powell is doing the second unit direction and he’s also the stunt coordinator.  He’s a real “get” for the production as his previous credits include Braveheart, The Bourne Identity, Goldeneye, and a number of other huge productions.  He’s designed some awesome action set pieces and should help to make the fifth Resident Evil look incredible.
  • For fans of the series, the opening paragraph revealed that some previously killed characters have come back from the dead.  This is a result of Umbrella and cloning.  As a result of being brought back by Umbrella, Jill Valentine is wearing a red scarab on her chest (seen in previous films) and she’s under their control. Also, “Bad Rain” injects herself with the Las Plagas parasites and this gives her superhuman powers.  During our interview with Michelle Rodriguez she made a statement that she can now eat bullets.  We were not sure if that was a joke or if she really can now eat bullets.
  • At some point in the film, we’ll see a flashback to before the Umbrella virus destroyed the world.  During the flashback we’ll see Michelle Rodriguez wearing heels, without guns, and driving a Pruis.  She’ll look and act unlike anything we’ve ever seen her do in any movie.  In addition, we’ll see Carlos Oliveira (Oded Fehr) as a dad in suburbia.  It’ll be a stark contrast to how we’ve seen them in the previous films.
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Resident Evil: Retribution Gets Official Synopsis

Without further ado, here’s the Screen Gems official synopsis for Resident Evil: Retribution:

The Umbrella Corporation’s deadly T-virus continues to ravage the Earth, transforming the global population into legions of the flesh eating Undead. The human race’s last and only hope, Alice (Milla Jovovich), awakens in the heart of Umbrella’s most clandestine operations facility and unveils more of her mysterious past as she delves further into the complex. Without a safe haven, Alice continues to hunt those responsible for the outbreak; a chase that takes her from Tokyo to New York, Washington, D.C. and Moscow, culminating in a mind-blowing revelation that will force her to rethink everything that she once thought to be true. Aided by new-found allies and familiar friends, Alice must fight to survive long enough to escape a hostile world on the brink of oblivion. The countdown has begun.

Source:moviefanatic

Dirty Girl DVD & Soundtrack

Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company have announced the DVD release of the “hilarious” (Ariana Anderson, BUST) comedy, DIRTY GIRL, from first time writer-director Abe Sylvia. DIRTY GIRL, which won the HBO Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the 2011 Provincetown International Film Festival, features a top-notch cast that includes Juno Temple (ATONEMENT) in the title role, Milla Jovovich (STONE), William H. Macy (BART GOT A ROOM), Mary Steenburgen (THE PROPOSAL), Dwight Yoakam (PANIC ROOM), and newcomer Jeremy Dozier. In the same vein as such audience favorites as JUNO and LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, DIRTY GIRL heads to retail on January 17, 2012 for an SRP of $29.98 for the DVD.

We are delighted to announce that we have one copy of the DVD and one copy of the Soundtrack to give away.

In his review for The Hollywood Reporter, film critic Michael Rechtshaffen called DIRTY GIRL “a genuine crowd-pleaser.” Hellin Kay of The Huffington Post described the film as “A pitch-perfect comedy! Part John Hughes, part John Waters, and completely unique.” Wrote BUST magazine’s Ariana Anderson, “DIRTY GIRL will melt even the coldest of hearts.”

The DIRTY GIRL DVD bonus features include an audio commentary with writer-director Abe Sylvia, as well as deleted and extended scenes. Note: Special features are subject to change.

Dirty Girl (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)$9.991.
Soundtrack list

1.Shadows of the Night
2.You Should Hear How She Talks About You
3.Delta Dawn
4.Midnight Blue
5.I Want Candy
6.Only You
7.Your Love (Acoustic)
8.Still Myself

9.Strut
10.Rainbird
11.Lovergirl
12.The Life
13.Don’t Cry Out Loud
14.Whenever I Call You Friend