Russell Crowe & Ben Affleck are conspiracy guys
That’s what I love about Fridays. New movies premiere every week, isn’t it great? Well though some flicks aren’t that good as they could be, some are totally fantastic.
This is one of the latter. State of Play is your best pick if you’re a fan of conspiracy plots, and sure politics are a dirty business. This breath-catching blistering thriller stars Russell Crowe, Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Robin Wright Penn, Jason Bateman and Helen Mirren and tells about a rising congressman and an investigative journalist involved in a case of seemingly unrelated, brutal murders.
I’m a big fan of Russell Crowe, even if he’s put on some pounds, he’s still a fantastic actor. Earlier there was a rumor the film was to star Brad Pitt as the journalist and Edward Norton as the congressman, it never happened but the film is still good enough to spend your Friday night on.
Check out the State of Play trailer:
Well, if you’re not a fan of conspiracy / investigation movies, then you gotta check this out. 17 Again is a light comedy starring High School Musical hottie Zac Efron, Friends’ star Matthew Perry and Michelle Trachtenberg among others.
The film tells how important it is sometimes to look back at your life and be able to live it all over again correcting the mistakes you’ve made and doing the things you once didn’t do. Oh, I wish I could get some moments back too, you?
Check out 17 Again trailer here.
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