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Film critics all over the world are getting ready to pen down movie reviews on latest Hollywood releases. On the threshold of 2009 Hollywood is going to present a New Year bonanza for movie lovers with a series of film releases world wide starting from 25th December. Defiance is one of the most talked about film releases of 2008-2009. Apart from Defiance there are several other movies waiting to be released or has stared screening already.

Defiance: Daniel Craig fans are excited with the release of his new film Defiance. Featuring Daniel Craig, Live Schreiber and Jamie Bell the film has earned the critics’ appraisals and is already nominated for the prestigious Golden Globe award. This action thriller is based on the story of three Jewish brothers who dared to escape from a Nazi concentration camp situated in the Nazi occupied Belarusian forest. On their way they met Russian fighters. With the help of the Russians the Bielski-Brothers try to assemble all others who were in danger and construct a village to protect themselves. Daniel Craig as Tuvia Bielski is brilliant as ever. Excellent cinematography and first rated screenplay by Director Edward Zwick certainly give the movie buffs a good reason to watch Defiance.

Watchmen: Watchmen is among the controversial releases of Hollywood in the year 2009. The film directed by Zack Snyder is reeling under intense legal battle. Watchmen is a silver screen adaptation of the popular 1986 comic series by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. The story of the film evolves around the tense political relation between USA and Soviet Russia during the 80s. Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan as The Comedian, Jackie Earle Haley as Rorschach, Billy Crudup as Dr Manhattan and Patrick Wilson as Nite Owl II this Warner Brothers mega movie is sure to be a hit amongst the gen-x as soon as it hits the theaters.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: This Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett starrer by David Fincher has been nominated for 5 Golden Globe awards. The film is based on the fiction by F. Scott Fitzgerald about a man who strangely, was born in his 80s and aged backward. During the course of his life he experiences joy and sorrow, love and betrayal and finds out the truths of life.

Twilight: Twilight is the film of the new era with an unorthodox love story. The movie starring Kirsten Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Billy Burke and Peter Facinelli depicts a dramatic and action-packed romance between a teenager Bella Swan and vampire Edward Cullen. While getting involved with a vampire the girl unknowingly steps into danger and risks her life. Director Catherine Hardwick has been really bold to deal with such an unusual relationship in her film.

Watch out for all new movie review, latest film reviews, articles and various other details for latest releases like Defiance, The Spirit, Marley and Me, Valkyrie.
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