by coconut wireless
There are some movies which depict real life characters and there are others which have larger than life characters. A tale, well told is certainly bound to attract movie lovers. Talking about Hollywood movies, they have become a favorite among cinema buffs across the globe. They are loved because of their interesting scripts. Excellent performances of the actors and the ability to speculate the viewers choice. It is a known fact that many filmmakers look up to Hollywood for inspiration. There are several Upcoming Hollywood Movies lined up for release to entertain the audience.Some of them are ‘Flame & Citron’, ‘Alliens in the Attic’, ‘Funny People’, ‘Thirst’, ‘Lorna’s Silence’, ‘The Cove’ and many more.
One of the Hollywood new releases is ‘Adam’, directed and written by ‘Max Mayer’. The star cast comprises of Hugh Dancy as ‘Adam Raki’ and Rose Byrne as’ Beth Buchwald in the main lead.. The film has already marked it’s presence in different film festivals. At the ‘Method Fest’, it has already won an award for best feature(Max Mayer0. It has also won a ‘Alfred P Sloan feature film prize ‘at ‘Sundance Film Festival’ and a nomination for Grand Jury Prize. It is a story of two strangers Beth and Adam, how they form a relationship and portrayal of their romance.
The main reason for such a huge number of releases simultaneously is the growing mall culture. They have made movie watching a comfortable and more enjoyable experience. The main crowd of these movies is the young urban class, who is educated and has enough money at their disposal, to be spent to entertain themselves in style. There are other fun activities one can indulge in, in the beautifully designed malls. One can go for shopping and even grab a meal at the various eating joints in the mall. It is a relaxed exercise altogether-hanging out with friends and even making new ones, as many people throng the place frequently.
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