Main summer blockbuster
The Dark Knight is a long awaited and a pretty sad premier. The follow-up to 2005′s hit Batman Begins, The Dark Knight is said to prove to be one of 2008′s highest grossing summer blockbusters. The Dark Knight is on starting July 18.
Christian Bale returns to take on the Joker and Two-Face, two of the comic’s most brutal and unpredictable villains. The film is worth watching because of several reasons and one of them is that it’s the last film Heath Ledger (The Joker) starred in before he prematurely died in January this year.
Sadly, Heath is not with us any longer. But he will asways remain in our hearts.
Among other July 18th big movie premieres there are:
Mamma Mia! is a stage musical based comedy with a really all-star cast. Meryl Streep is the mama, and Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth or Stellan Skarsgard might be the daddies in this movie about a bride’s search for her real dad. The film is set to ABBA music. But that’s not the main reason I wanna see it. The real worthwhile reason is Maryl Streep’s acrobatic feats. She’s 59, I wish I’ll be able to do such things when I’m 59.
The film seems like fun. At least the play has always been a success.
Space Chimps is a talking-monkey comedy about Ham III who comes from a proud lineage of chimp astronauts, and who is the prime candidate for a special mission for an opportunity-seeking Senator. His mission involves taking down an evil overlord of a far-away planet.
The comedy features the voices of Patrick Warburton, Cheryl Hines, Stanley Tucci and Kristen Chenoweth.
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