Director: Carlos Saldanha

Writer: Don Rhymer

With Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, Rodrigo Santoro, George Lopez, Leslie Mann

When Blu comes in about the blue who been one of the kept pet bird and he was on his way to freedom from Minnesota and he was traveling with two of the most amazing friends. Its fun all the way with the movie starts to end. Its going out to be one of the best and it was really been a out standing movie too. It entitles the movie so well and captures the hearts of fans and you can able to stick to relevant drama of the movie which does make lot of hilarious events at the same time….

Blue Sky Studios
Release Date:
8 April 2011 (USA)



The Last Song

Director: Julie Anne Robinson

Writers: Nicolas Sparks
Jeff Van Wie

With: Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear, Bobby Coleman, Kelly Preston, Melissa Ordway, Liam Hemsworth

Based on best-selling novelist Nicholas Sparks’ (“A Walk to Remember,” “The Notebook”) latest novel, “The Last Song” is centered on a rebellious girl who is sent to a Southern beach town for the summer to stay with her father. Through their mutual love of music—in a story of family, friendship, secrets and salvation, along with first loves and second chances….

Do you ever really forget your first heartbreak?

Walt Disney Pictures
Release Date:
31 March 2010 (USA)

Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland

Director: Tim Burton

Writers: Lewis Carroll (Book), Linda Woolverton (Screenplay)

With Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Crispin Glover, Anne Hathaway, Stephen Fry, Christopher Lee, Michael Sheen

Lewis Carroll’s book has seen many cinema incarnations, lots of direct translations, yet more films inspired by the imagery and narrative. ‘Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland’ has had a pervasive effect on cinema, literature and music, with allusions cropping up in all corners of culture. Elements of the story have made appearances in films from Donnie Darko to Labyrinth to Jurassic Park, as well as the television series ‘Lost’, and Marilyn Manson’s 2007 album ‘Eat Me, Drink Me’, to name only a very few instances. There have been silent movies, musicals, X-rated takes and a film starring Cary Grant as the Mock Turtle, so yet another version of Wonderland will have to be out-of-this-world to wow. Disney’s new 3D technology might just manage that.

Alice In Wonderland will be one of the many movies lined up to be screened in 3D over the next five years. These digital technological advances are being lauded as important as the advent of sound to cinema by Hollywood moguls. The ‘New York Times’ reports that a number of Hollywood’s most influential figures, including CEO of DreamWorks Jeffrey Katzenberg and Pixar’s chief creative officer John Lasseter, are heralding 3D technology as a revolution in cinema.

Alice In Wonderland seems to be the perfect Disney template for Burton to manipulate into his own crazy fairy tale, complete with everyone’s favorite Burton-boy Johnny Depp. I’m not even sure what this adaptation could entail as I’m sure a “loose” translation of the original text may be somewhat of an understatement.

Release Date:
5 March 2010 (USA)

Valentine’s Day

Directed by:
Garry Marshall

Writers: Katherine Fugate ( Screenplay & Story)

Jamie Foxx, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Garner, Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Shirley MacLaine, Ashton Kutcher, Topher Grace, Patrick Dempsey, Eric Dane, George Lopez, Queen Latifah, Emma Roberts, Taylor Swift, Taylor Lautner, Carter Jenkins

A comedy about 10 people in Los Angeles whose lives intersect on the romantic holiday. The film is being fast tracked with hopes for a release on Valentine’s Day 2010.

Release Date: February 12, 2010