Browsing: Meryl Streep

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THE GUARDIAN BROTHERS (SALES)
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Screen Shot 2015-04-30 at 2.48.33 PMFollows a Chinese family in danger of losing its family owned business – a wonton soup shop that’s been passed down generation after generation for hundreds of years. When the family’s grandmother passes away, the restaurant is left in the hands of a little girl named Raindrop and her mother.

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THE POST (SALES)
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Screen Shot 2015-04-30 at 2.48.33 PMBased on the real story of the Pentagon Papers and the Washington Post’s editor and publisher challenging the federal government to publish them in 1971.

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Top 10 Trailblazing Female Villains
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With Charlize Theron set to play the big baddie in the upcoming Fast 8 and Priyanka Chopra set to terrorize Dwayne Johnson on the shores of Baywatch there seems to be a trend of female villains invading Hollywood. In that spirit, we’ve put together a list of 10 of the best female villains from some of our favorite films.

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THE GIVER – TRAILER #2 (JEFF BRIDGES, MERYL STREEP, TAYLOR SWIFT)
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Set in the future, a boy suspects that the emotionless, crime free, seemingly perfect world in which he lives may not be as utopian as it appears. In this perfect world where there is no conflict, racism or sickness, every member of this society has a specific role, and 12-year-old Jonas is selected to be the Receiver of Memories. The Giver is an old man who teaches the young boy how to use his gift, and slowly Jonas uncovers the truth behind his world’s past. He discovers that many years earlier his forefathers gave up humanity in order to have a stable society.

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PUZZLE (SALES)
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Logline: As a woman begins to go through a mid-life crisis she finds herself struggling with the decision to continue her relationship with her faithful husband, or to move on with her lover.

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THE GIVER — TRAILER (Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Taylor Swift)
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Set in the future, a boy suspects that the emotionless, crime free, seemingly perfect world in which he lives may not be as utopian as it appears. In this perfect world where there is no conflict, racism or sickness, every member of this society has a specific role, and 12-year-old Jonas is selected to be the Receiver of Memories. The Giver is an old man who teaches the young boy how to use his gift, and slowly Jonas uncovers the truth behind his world’s past. He discovers that many years earlier his forefathers gave up humanity in order to have a stable society.

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