Kevin, Johnny, Dolly, and many more want to wish a Happy Mothers Day!!! Warner Bros. Entertainment has a fantastic giveaway for all the Mama’s out there. Included in the Mother’s Day Package are FOUR great movies New Year’s Eve, The Bodyguard, Joyful Noise and Don Juan de Marco. To see some clips from each of these fantastic movies click HERE. Below is a synopsis of each movie.
This box office blockbuster stars Academy Award-winner Kevin Costner (“The Guardian,” “The Upside of Anger”) and Grammy Award-winner Whitney Houston (“Waiting to Exhale”) in a romantic suspense thriller about an ex-secret service agent-turned-professional-bodyguard, who never leaves anything up to chance, until he meets a pop superstar-turned-actress whose fabulous career takes a life threatening turn when she becomes the target of an obsessive fan. Written by Lawrence Kasdan (“The Big Chill,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark”), The New York Post calls this film “Costner’s sexiest role to date,” and Gannett News Service calls it “an entertaining, suspenseful, romantic thriller… Costner and Houston generate sparks!” Featuring the chart-topping #1 album of the year by Houston (10,000,000 records sold to date — the biggest-selling CD worldwide of all time!).
Don Juan De Marco:
A delightful romantic fable featuring Johnny Depp as a young man who believes he’s legendary lover Don Juan. After being spurned by his one true love, a suicidal Depp is saved by psychiatrist Marlon Brando. During therapy sessions with Depp, Brando realizes the passion he’s lost at life and love, and attempts to rekindle his relationship with wife Faye Dunaway.
Oscar® nominees Queen Latifah (“Chicago,” “Hairspray”) and Dolly Parton (“Transamerica,” “Steel Magnolias,” “Nine to Five”) star in Alcon Entertainment’s and Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Joyful Noise,” a funny and inspirational story of music, hope, love and renewal. The small town of Pacashau, Georgia, has fallen on hard times, but the people are counting on the Divinity Church Choir to lift their spirits by winning the National Joyful Noise Competition. The choir has always known how to sing in harmony, but the discord between its two leading ladies now threatens to tear them apart. Their newly appointed director, Vi Rose Hill (Latifah), stubbornly wants to stick with their tried-and-true traditional style, while the fiery G.G. Sparrow (Parton) thinks tried-and-true translates to tired-and-old. Shaking things up even more is the arrival of G.G.’s rebellious grandson, Randy (Jeremy Jordan). Randy has an ear for music, but he also has an eye for Vi Rose’s beautiful and talented daughter, Olivia (Keke Palmer), and the sparks between the two teenagers are causing even more heat between G.G. and Vi Rose. If these two strong-willed women can overcome their differences and find a common voice, they–and their choir–may make the most joyful noise of all.
New Years Eve:
New Year’s Eve is all about parties, glitz, a midnight kiss, and maybe a few short-lived resolutions, right? Or could it be about something more? Valentine’s Day writer Katherine Fugate and director Garry Marshall have once again joined forces to explore one of the most emotionally charged days of the year. Their uncanny ability to tell multiple stories at the same time, to intertwine those stories in the most unexpected ways, and to make sure viewers are emotionally invested in every single character makes the film an intriguing puzzle. Of course, a cast list that reads like an award-nomination roster doesn’t hurt its success either. Among the host of “main characters” in the story is Claire Morgan (Hilary Swank), the woman in charge of the ball drop in Times Square. Naturally things don’t go quite as planned and she’s forced to do some serious on-the-spot improvising–oh, and it should be noted that she’s deathly afraid of heights and there’s somewhere else she really should be on New Year’s Eve. Then there’s the suddenly rebellious tween daughter Hailey (Abigail Breslin), who runs off to meet her boyfriend in Times Square for a New Year’s Eve kiss, with her panicked mom (Sarah Jessica Parker) in hot pursuit. Mousy secretary Ingrid (Michelle Pfeiffer) decides to finally act on her long list of New Year’s resolutions and enlists the unlikely help of courier Paul (Zac Efron). An exclusive New Year’s Eve party throws together caterer Laura (Katherine Heigl), entertainer Jensen (Jon Bon Jovi), and sous chef Ava (Sofia Vergara). And then there’s Sam (Josh Duhamel), a wealthy playboy who just can’t seem to resist keeping an unlikely appointment to meet a mystery woman he met by chance last New Year’s Eve and hasn’t seen since (think An Affair to Remember and Sleepless in Seattle). Other notable talent includes Ashton Kutcher, Ryan Seacrest, Hector Elizondo, Halle Berry, Robert De Niro, Lea Michele, Cary Elwes, Seth Meyers, and a host of others. While this film could easily run like a parade of stars or a rehash of the successful Valentine’s Day, it’s a powerful film in its own right that leaves viewers pondering whether New Year’s Eve might really be about second chances, hope, and embracing what will be.