Ben Stiller has a new movie coming out at Christmas! On December 25, 20th Century Fox will release the Ben Stiller film, THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY.
I have your tickets to see advance screenings here in Indianapolis. Enjoy.
THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY
Release: December 25, 2013
Director: Ben Stiller
Screen Story and Screenplay by: Steve Conrad
Producers: Samuel Goldwyn, Jr., John Goldwyn, Stuart Cornfeld, Ben Stiller
Cast: Ben Stiller, Kristen Wiig, Shirley MacLaine, Adam Scott, Kathryn Hahn, and Sean Penn
Ben Stiller directs and stars in THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY, an all-audience feel-good adventure that celebrates the true potential in everyone. Walter Mitty, an ordinary guy, lives out his fantasies in highly comedic and outrageous daydreams. When fate intervenes, Walter decides to jump into life and heads out on a global journey that turns his real life into an adventure more extraordinary than he could ever have imagined.
Vince Vaughn fathered 533 children. Well, not really, but that’s the premise of the new dramedy Delivery Man. Vaughn plays underachiever David Wozniak, whose life is changed forever when he finds out that he fathered 533 children through sperm donations he made twenty years earlier. This is a remake of the 2011 French-Canadian film Starbuck. It’s actually directed by the same guy(Ken Scott)too. The sad sack loser owes money to the mob and is not doing right by his pregnant girlfriend. His life changes when some of the 533 twenty-somethings he fathered file a lawsuit. They want to know the identity of the donor. From here David struggles deciding whether or not to come out and take credit for all of these kids. During this time he begins to secretly visit with some of his biological children to see what they’re like. As it turns out, they all need help in some way or another, so he decides to be their secret guardian angel. Read the rest of this entry »
The Colts Report Week 12: The Colts visit the surging Arizona Cardinals and game plan against an old friend.
Another slow start against the Titans last week, and another come back win for a Colts team that has just about locked up a playoff spot already this season. They happen to be playing in a division that has three lousy teams. The other members of the AFC South have 6 wins collectively! Outside of a total catastrophe and losing the rest of their games, the Colts will be playing football in January. Keeping the momentum and building on their success is what this team will be striving for starting in week 12. It would be helpful to figure out a way to stop getting behind early. As we witnessed with the St. Louis Rams game, you don’t always get an exciting come back victory.
Here are your tickets to the Indy advance screening of The Book Thief.
Follows a spirited young girl named Liesel (Sophie Nelisse) who witnesses the horrors of Nazi Germany while in the care of foster parents, played by Rush and Watson. The girl arrives with a stolen book and begins collecting other tomes, learning to read while her stepparents harbor a Jewish refugee (Ben Schnetzer) under the stairs.
Just go to GOFOBO and enter the RSVP Code below.
Ender’s game is a new sci-fi film that is based on a popular book series from the 80’s.
Earth was attacked by Aliens and we narrowly escaped defeat. The heroic efforts of one man, Mazer Rackham, (Ben Kingsley) saved our planet. Ender is a gifted young man recruited by the military to train in space with other children to prepare for the next attack. Harrison Ford plays a grizzled and tough commander that is in charge of getting the right child to lead the charge against the enemy. They need another hero like Rackham to outsmart the evil alien race. They are hoping it’s Ender.
Ender’s Game was not what I expected. Instead of a predictable, dumbed down space adventure film, it was actually kind of smart, dark, strange and well done. Read the rest of this entry »