Wednesday, October 27, 2021

SEE SANDRA BULLOCK IN NETFLIX THE UNFORGIVABLE MOVIE TRAILER! SEE FIRST MAGIC FLUTE MOVIE ADAPTATION PICS WITH IWAN RHEON PRODUCED BY ROLAND EMMERICH

   THE MAGIC FLUTE  
NEW PHOTOS ARE IN
Some time ago I've informed you about this one, but now we have a few new photos from THE MAGIC FLUTE movie adaptation produced by Roland Emmerich. This German adaptation of Mozart's famous opera is
Iwan Rheon is Papageno in The Magic Flute adaptation
shot in English and set in present day Europe following 17-year-old Tim Walker, who is sent from London to the Austrian alps to start his singing
Young Jack Wolfe plays dual lead roles in the adaptation
scholarship at the legendary Mozart boarding school. There, he discovers a century old forgotten passageway into the magical world of Mozart’s The
The movie is based on Mozart's famous opera
Magic Flute. Jack Wolfe stars  in the dual roles of protagonist Tim Walker and Prince Tamino. Iwan Rheon is Papageno. F. Murray Abraham is
The film will open in Germany at the end of 2022
playing Dr. Longbow, the headmaster of the boarding school in Austria. Stefi Celma is Papagena. The film will open at the end of the next year in German speaking countries.
 
  THE UNFORGIVABLE TRAILER  
The film will stream this December
WITH SANDRA BULLOCK
She was the star of a movie that was their best watched for a long time and now Sandra Bullock is back at Netflix in THE UNFORGIVABLE movie which arrives to Netflix December 10th also starring Viola Davis, Vincent D'Onofrio and Jon Bernthal! In the movie remake of an ITV television series, Sandra plays Ruth Slater, a woman seeking redemption after spending years in prison for a violent crime. She re-enters a society that refuses to forgive her past. Check out the dramatic trailer below and tell us what you think:

16 comments:

  1. The Unforgivable looks really good! Are you referring to Bird Box above? I hated that movie. The entire movie was nothing but stress, jumps, and then more stress only to have the most unsatisfying ending EVER. It goes in the history books as one of the worst for me.

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    1. Yes, but I've never bothered to watch Birdbox as I don't do horrors. I did not even like their Quiet Place which is similar.

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  2. Love SANDRA BULLOCK! She is a guarantee of quality. Definitely on my list to watch!

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    1. Looks like she suffered a lot for this role.

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  3. Sandra Bullock is one of my favorites, so I'm definitely earmarking this one to watch. But I agree with Jax. Birdbox was freaking horrible, though I don't think it was Sandra's fault it was shit. She was terribly miscast (way too old for the role) and they did not stay true to the book. This one will be much better though, I'm sure.

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    1. Would you give her the sister or not? It is an interesting moral dilemma and I have zero tolerance for criminals in most cases. That disgusting witch Laurie Laughlin is back shooting movies, it disgusts me to no extent.

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    2. I'd have to watch it to get the context of why she murdered someone. Was it in self defense? Was it to protect the sister from an abuser? It seems to me she paid her debt to society with 20 years of her life behind bars. At that point she should be able to reenter society undisturbed. As for the sister, it would seem she would be old enough to make the decision if she wanted anything to do with Sandra's character as well. I don't like criminals as much as the next person, but once their debt is paid, as set forth by the judicial system, it's time to back off and let them move forward with their lives (with the exception of very strict monitoring of rapists and child molesters. I feel there's no amount of prison that can rehabilitate them).

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    3. She says in the trailer that she killed two cops apparently thinking they were gonna harm the sister but they were not going to.

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    4. But do we know they were not going to hurt the sister? I say it's one's word against another person's then. But I suppose two people cannot defend themselves if they are dead.

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    5. No, I think she was just nervous or something. But I generally think that your country is to soft towards criminals, you welcome them into the spotlight even when they are celebs and I think that after committing a crime you need to live low till the rest of your life after they let you out of jail.

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    6. So true. We're all really up in arms right now about the possibility of early release this December of a girl who didn't stop for the flashing school bus lights, thus running over 4 small children, killing 3 of them. Why she's going to be out any time soon is beyond me. And look how we glorify disgusting thugs like Jay Z. A known drug dealer and he gets a fricken invite to the white house. We celebrate burning cities to the ground, but parents are labeled as domestic terrorists for fighting CRT in schools. It's insane what we've become.

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    7. It is modern dystopic fascism and you live in it. We're in feudal fascism here still LOL

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  4. Like "Magnificent Centry - Turkish series" "Magic Flute"s costumes look amazing. These kind films with their costumes always attract me and this one looks great. Would love to watch it. On the other hand, Sandra Bullock films are our favourite. I Watched again "Ocean's 8" Couple of days ago.

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    1. The costumes were much better in Kosem than in Hurem and also the sets, but the story was worse, sadly.

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