Big Momma Like Father Like Son

February 19, 2011 by Post Team 

Big Momma Like Father Like Son, The “thrillers” action “Unknown” and “I Am Number Four” topped the Billboard list of releases this weekend in the U.S., which also debuted in the comedy “Big Momma: Like Father, Like Son” and the Spanish film ” Also the rain. “

Barcelona director Jaume Collet-Serra commanded the new spy film that comes to the big screen, “Unknown”, a film of intrigue starring Liam Neeson, who after the successful “Taken” (2008) returns to play a character that only fits his steely determination to move forward.

“Unknown” with a style and rhythm that follows in the footsteps of the series “Bourne” says cast includes Diane Kruger (“Inglorious B***ds”), January Jones (from the series “Mad Men”) and veteran Frank Langella (“Frost / Nixon)

“I Am Number Four” delves into the fantasy genre with the story of a young man with supernatural powers trying to make a normal life and go unnoticed by the threat of enemies who are hunting down others like him.

Suddenly changed his plan when he meets his first love and finds links with their peers.

Action and suspense are the ingredients of this production that seems destined for the same audience as “Twilight” directed by DJ Caruso, director of “Disturbia” or “Eagle Eye.”

“Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son” will add a comic of the week with the third installment of the films “Big Momma’s House” in which Martin Lawrence is multiplied to embody the FBI agent Malcolm Turner, a master of disguise and his alter ego in special missions, Grandma Hattie Mae Pierce.

In the new film, Turner has the support of her son Trent (Brandon T. Jackson) in a murder case, two undercover to infiltrate an art school for women in search of the murderer.

Since Spain is “also the Rain” (“Even the Rain”), film directed by and starring Bollai’n Ici’ar Gael Garci’a Bernal and Luis Tosar concerns in Bolivia filming a movie about Christopher Columbus in America when it occurs in the country called “Water War” in Cochabamba in 2000.

“Also in the Rain” was the film chosen by the Film Academy in Spain to qualify for the best foreign film Oscar this year, although the film was left out of the 5 nominated after entering the screening of 9 finalists.

“Immigration Tango” offers a comic view on the problems of two immigrant girls in the U.S. who are married with two friends, a gay couple to get residence visa in the country.

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