The inhabitants of Shutka, the Romany capital of the world, all share one common passion: being a champion. Shutka thrives on achieving records in Film songfests, goose fights, dog fights, and vampire hunts, in wearing Sunday best, collecting Turkish movie in English music or exterminating evil Genies. Through a number of intertwining stories, this playful, humorous film takes us into a world that is generally closed to outsiders. As the mosaic of Shutka unfolds, we are led to ask ourselves: Where lays the secret of joy? Arent the smallest things in life often those that make life such an unforgettable experience? Dont look for Shutka on a geographical map. Shutka is a state of mind.
Set in Alaska, a destitute Alaskan travel agent (Robin Williams) thinks he has found the answer to his financial problems in the form of a frozen body, which he tries to pass off as his long-lost brother (Woody Harrelson) for the insurance money. The agent’s plans are thwarted by a claims adjuster (Giovanni Ribisi) and two aspiring hitmen (Earl Brown and Tim Blake Nelson).
Nick Keller (Til Schweiger) is the black sheep of the family. He can’t hold a job for more than a few days. His stepfather Heinrich (Michael Mendl) and his brother Viktor (Steffen Wink) call him a loser… only his mother (Nadja Tiller) still believes in him. As he is fired from yet another job at a psychiatric ward, he prevents – at the very last second – the suicide of young Leila (Johanna Wokalek). As Nick returns home, she secretly follows him and suddenly stands in his kitchen in the middle of the night, in a nightgown and barefoot. Nick is at a loss: Leila refuses to return to the clinic. She has decided to stay with him, forever. Nick, who has never assumed any responsibility in his life for anyone, and Leila, who grew up completely isolated from the outside world, leave together on a trip that will change their lives.
Hillary Duff as Terri, a small-town girl with the voice of a big-time singer. When a personal tragedy interrupts her steady life, Terri defies her father´s best wishes and secretly heads off to spend a summer at a Los Angeles performing arts academy. But the school brings a whole new set of challenges for Terri, who suddenly finds herself part of a highly competitive program in an intimidating new city. Though initially overwhelmed by her new surroundings, Terri rose to the occasion with the help of some newfound friends, an encouraging teacher, and a first love that captures her heart.
Hayley is a smart, charming teenage girl–but even smart girls make mistakes. She”s hooking up in a coffee shop with this guy, Geoff, she met on the Internet. And even though he is a cute, smooth professional in his early thirties, and a high-end fashion photographer, Hayley still shouldn”t be heading back to his house. In a game of cat and mouse, it”s best for the mouse to avoid the cat”s lair. But who is chasing whom? What unfolds is a spine-chilling exploration of sexual politics, vengeance, and justice.
James Franco (Spider-Man 1 & 2) and Jean Reno (Ronin, Leon) topline the WWI adventure drama Flyboys. The film chronicles young Americans who volunteered for the French service before the U.S. entered the war. They became the country’s first fighter pilots in a squadron known as Lafayette Escadrille.
Flyboys Movie Detail
Production year: 2006
Running time: 140 mins
Genre: Action Movie
The bubble is an American drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh and Produced by Gregory Jacobs about three low-paid doll factory workers, one of whom is murdered. Movie Starring Debbie Doebereiner, Dustin James Ashley, Misty Dawn Wilkins. here you can watch the Bubble Movie on your android mobile.
The bubble is the first of six films Steven Soderbergh is directing for HDNet Films that will be shot in high-definition and released simultaneously in theaters, on DVD, and on cable television. with the goal of giving consumers a choice of how, when, and where they wish to see a movie.
The films under the pseudonyms Peter Andrews and Mary Ann Bernard, taken from his father are given names and his mother’s maiden name, respectively. The score for the film was composed by Robert Pollard. The first film of the group, Bubble, will open in theatres across the country on January 27 and will be shown digitally in Landmark Theatres where available. On the same night, HDNet Movies will show the television premiere of Bubble twice,