Cirque Du Freak

January 9, 2011 by Post Team 

Cirque Du Freak, The title this time could well is “Getting a Cold.” For those who went missing with the antics of the duo Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller, “Meet the Parents still with the family fun is guaranteed

It seems like yesterday. But the plot, it took 10 years, two children Pam (Teri Polo) and numerous obstacles to Greg Focker (Stiller) has finally “get even” with his father Jack (De Niro).

All went well until Greg takes a job and extra night in a lab where he works Andi (Jessica Alba), a fella there sxy. It’s enough to distrust of Jack return with a vengeance.

The timing could not be more difficult for Greg. While trying to impress the school’s director of twins, he still needs to deal with delays in the work of the house, before it ruins the birthday party of children.

Blunders double

When the parents of Greg and Pam’s ex-boyfriend come to the celebration, he must prove he can lead his family. Just did not have the misunderstandings generated by espionage and covert missions that her father put into action. The question is whether the circle of trust will resist such a fuss?

Who has a good laugh with the first two series of long, can even be left wondering if this story still yields a good comedy. More than that: will repeat the same success at the box office?

The producer of the series, Jane Rosenthal, believes so. “What makes this comedy work so well is the dynamic between the characters.” Makes sense if you think about how De Niro and Stiller, together, achieve the perfect comic timing and pull up laughing when they say a single word.

This time, which became the director, is Paul Weitz (“Cirque du Freak,” “In Good Company” and “About a Boy”). And he makes no secret: to work with stars of the stature of Robert De Niro, Barbra Streisand and Dustin Hoffman is really great.

A new outlook on life after death

At 80, Clint Eastwood shows no signs of fatigue. Rather, the impression one gets is that the U.S. has produced one film after another. With over 60 titles under their belt, as director and actor, Eastwood is now ahead “Beyond Life,” long that addresses the issue of existence after death, which already has been revered by audiences and critics.

In production, the filmmaker sewing three parallel stories, which occurred in the cities of San Francisco, Paris and London. At first, Matt Damon plays a medium that is in a dilemma about what your gift is seen as a curse and not as a gift.

In the second, a talk show in France has a near-death experience after traveling to Indonesia and being dragged along by a tsunami. In the last plot, two twins are separated by an accident.

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