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Movies – Feb 2010

February, 2010
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Percy Jackson and The Olympians: The Lightning Thief

Heard of Percy Jackson? You’ll soon know all about him, especially if you’re a teenage girl. 21st century school student Percy is about to find out that having Poseidon as a dad is not all it’s cracked up to be. As his Greek mythology texts come alive all around him, Percy learns the lightning bolt of Zeus has been stolen and that he is the prime suspect. When his Greek god-loving mother disappears, it’s up to Percy to outmanoeuvre the warring titans around him and unravel an epic mystery to capture the true lightning thief.

Director: Chris Columbus
Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Rosario Dawson, Uma Thurman
Rating: PG

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Tooth Fairy

There’s nothing wrong with a little fairy-dusted magic, and who better to learn it than tooth-loosening minor league hockey player Derek Thompson, nicknamed ‘The Tooth Fairy’ for his tendency to crush molars with a single hockey stick. You can imagine this beefy bully’s surprise when he’s seconded by the Magical Forces to take up post as the real life Tooth Fairy. Can he overcome his brawn and save the tooth fairy kingdom? If anyone can show him the ropes, it’s the illustrious Julie Andrews. Fairy fun.

Director: Michael Lembeck
Starring: The Rock (Dwayne Johnson), Ashley Judd, Julie Andrews
Rating: PG

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Valentine’s Day

In the tradition of Love Actually and from the director of Pretty Woman, this new love-flick follows the intertwining storylines of ten Los Angeles natives as they meander through Valentine’s Day with varying romantic results. With a stellar cast also including Jessica Biel, Queen Latifa, Topher Grace, Bradley Cooper and Kathy Bates, this is some eye-popping fan-fest, with plenty of romantic misunderstanding. Not strictly a girl’s movie, there’s no doubt the chicks will still be out in force on February 14, for a feast of the heart. Save the date.

Director: Garry Marshall
Starring: Jessica Alba, Ashton Kutcher, Shirley MacLaine, Julia Roberts, Taylor Swift
Rating: PG 13


How to Train Your Dragon   

Set in a mythical world of dragons and Vikings, this fun and rollicking animation comedy introduces us to Hiccup, a Viking teenager who doesn’t exactly fit into the long line of dragon-slaying ancestors who came before him. With a total disinterest in maiming and conquering, Hiccup’s foibles land him in the presence of an adorable, puppy-like dragon the kids are going to pester you for ceaselessly – be fairly warned. From the makers of Shrek, How To Train Your Dragon embodies the irreverent humour endemic to the film’s ogre counterpart, and will make a fun outing for the entire family, dragon-slayers or nay.

Director: Peter Hastings 
Starring: Gerard Butler, America Ferrara, Jonah Hill

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The Clash of the Titans

Want fantasy? Want princesses and hunks? Want magical beasts most horrid and foul? Want epic? Then you’ll want a ticket to see Clash of the Titans, though do yourself an epic favour and see it at the cinema – the action sequences as Perseus (son of Zeus) battles to save Princess Andromeda from Medusa and the Kraken monster will leave your mouth hanging open like the Kraken itself. Prepare for battle: the clash between the gods and man has never been more real. 

Director: Louis Leterrier
Starring: Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes, Liam Neeson
Rating: NR

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