Skeleton Twins Makes An Impression

Posted: Sep 29 2014, 6:46am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 29 2014, 7:30am CDT, in News | Latest Movie News

Skeleton Twins and several other Movies make an Impression
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The Skeleton Twins and several other movies have made quite an impression.

The Skeleton Twins is a drama comedy that has Kristen Wiig in it alongside Bill Hader. And there are more than a dozen other films that have also been jostling their way forward to the front of the audience’s field of consciousness.

There is the Trip to Italy which stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. Then there is Last Days in Vietnam. Art and Craft is another sample for the cultural consumers. Not Cool too made it into the good films list. And it showed a YouTube star named Shane Dawson in it.

A movie with the title Pride is at the top of the roster though. It made an average of $84,791 at the box office. This is quite an impressive financial figure indeed.

The movie is basically about an LGBT community that cooperates with a mining hamlet in Wales. Set against Thatcher’s Britain in the 80s, it is a very memorable experience of a time when the whole world was watching.

The Two Faces of January is another very serious film in the same mold as The Talented Mr. Ripley. It pulled in $45,000. Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst are the two main protagonists in the celluloid product.

The Song grossed $600,000. Home Run was another job well done by the director and actors. The films tend to be entertaining and informative. They provide experiential value and a walk down memory lane for many individuals.

To sit in the darkened theater and view a whole narrative and storyline unfurl before you visually and acoustically on the big screen is a hypnosis procedure and almost religious in its nature.

That is why Hollywood has been called a dream factory. Though its actors and actresses are more of a materialistic lot, the actions they portray on screen are not necessarily sensate.

Rather they point to emotions and each movie had a moral in the end. No matter how small a lesson one might learn from these moving talkies, it serves to increase one’s personality and moral fiber provided one applies the stuff in real life.

Source: Deadline

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