Thursday, September 10, 2015

MOVING MOVIES THURSDAY: TOUCHING 'NOBLE' DRAMA WITH DEIRDRE O'KANE, LIAM CUNNINGHAM, INSPIRING 'DEMOLITION' WITH JAKE GYLLENHAAL AND NAOMI WATTS

MOVING 'NOBLE' DRAMA
FEARLESS LIFE RECKLESS LOVE
Two moving trailers for you today, starting with a deeply moving one for inspiring Irish drama NOBLE which played in cinemas last year but is getting iTunes and VOD release in USA September 29th. With the outstanding performances from Deirdre O'Kane, Liam Cunningham and Brendan Coyle, the story is set in Vietnam,1989. Fourteen years after the end of the war. When Irish woman Christina Noble flies into Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) she leaves behind an extraordinary life story. But the best is yet to come. Christina lands in a country "that she wouldn't be able to show you on a map". With a few dollars, a dream and her own hard-won courage, she  is about to change everything. For hundreds of thousands of people. Forever. NOBLE is the inspirational true story of a woman who believes that it only takes one person to make a difference. And of how she is proved right.


'DEMOLITION' TRAILER
JAKE GYLLENHAAL,NAOMI WATTS
The second one is for inspiring new drama from director Jean Marc Vallee DEMOLITION which is out next April with Jake Gyllenhaal playing a young widower who is trying to cope with his loss. Opening this week's Toronto Film Festival, it follows a man who feels lost and alone following the tragic death of his wife – but a complaint to a vending machine company helps re-inspire his passion for living. Naomi Watts and Chris Cooper also star in the movie.

26 comments:

  1. Chick flicks, good stories but chick flicks!

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    1. oh, please, Fran :) Did you notice that the first one is actually Irish?

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  2. Both seem good - I'm waiting. Thank you, Dezzy!

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  3. Is Naomi Watts much older than Jake Gyllenhaal? Seems like she should be, but she looks great!

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    1. methinks she is, she is probably over 40, but then again he doesn't look overly young himself :)

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    2. She is twelve years older. I like both of them,

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    3. see, she's older! I liked her only in IMPOSSIBLE, which was an outstanding movie, otherwise she is rather bland to me

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  4. Both look really good! I wonder if I can get Jake to give me a piggy back ride too ;)

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    1. you have Jason for such kind of naughty business :)

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    2. Tis' true, but a girl could always have a few naughty fantasies, no?

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    3. it includes man boobs... do you still wanna hear? :)

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  5. The beginning of the the Demolition trailer gave me goosebumps. I'd love to see both of these.

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  6. Both look like excellent movies. Great trailers. I have to say that Nobel looks most incredible. Looking forward to the DVD release!

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    1. I'm sure you won't feel sorry if you buy NOBLE or watch it on VOD! The cast is so lovely, we even got tweets from Deirdre, such a nice woman, and Stephen Bradley, the director. A lovely cast!

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  7. Noble looks powerfully inspiring. In Demolition, Oh no, why did he have to bulldoze his beautiful house?

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    1. I don't support bulldozing houses :) He could've given it to some poor people

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  8. I definately want to see Noble. It looks great!

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  9. The trailer for Noble had my tearing up a bit just watching it. What a fine woman she is and an inspiration to us all. I will have to find a way to see that one for sure.

    Well, we got a teensy bit of rain, but it' cooled off to a tolerable temperature. Hopefully we'll have buckets of rain tomorrow. If we do, I'm sitting on the front porch to watch it come down.

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    1. It is on VOD, dear, so you will probably find it at your usual places :)
      You will have time for watching rain in the midst of B\day party??? :)))

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