Sunday, January 9, 2011

Star Movies brings the best of 2010 films for January

Christmas holiday is over and it’s time to put down all that decors, but with Star Movies celebration never stops with the Sunday night movies. In all Sundays of January, Star Movies brings the best movies of 2010, from romantic comedy to action. Catch the Sunday Night movies at 9pm to watch all blockbuster movies you wanted to see again with your families and friends.

Here are the movies included in their line up:

Shanghai (January 9). John Cusack and Chow Yun-Fat star in this mystery thriller set in Shanghai. As the American intelligence official Paul Soames (Cusack) investigates his friend’s death, he crosses paths with local gangster Anthony Lan-Ting (Chow) and his beautiful wife Anna (Gong Li). He will have to find a way through the web of lies, deception, and mystery to uncover a secret more dangerous that he ever imagined.

When in Rome (January 16). Overly romantic but embittered Elizabeth Martin (Kristin Bell) goes to Rome on an impulsive trip and falls in love with reporter Nick Beamon (Josh Duhamel). But then she accidentally ignites the passions of a handful of suitors after picking magic coins from a fountain of love. Street magician Lance (Jon Heder), sausage magnate Al Ruso (Danny DeVito), narcissistic model Gale (Dax Shepard), and painter Antonio (Will Arnett) all fall under the spell. While trying to break the spell, she realizes that one of the coins belongs to Nick. How will she know which love is the real thing?

Everybody’s Fine (January 23). What happens when a father tries to reconnect bonds with his children? Frank (Robert de Niro) has been the perfect family man—working hard for his family and being a caring husband to his wife. But when his wife dies, his main point of contact with his kids also disappears. Now that he tries to reconnect with his kids by going on a cross-country trip to surprise each of his three kids, he discovers that he may never have known his family at all.

Alice in Wonderland (January 30). The age-old classic gets a makeover with Tim Burton’s take on Alice’s adventures in Wonderland. Now a 19-year-old young lady, Alice (Mia Wasikowska) returns to the wonderworld and reunites with her childhood friends and creatures, including the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp). Now, she has to embark on a quest to team up with the White Queen (Anne Hathaway) and end the Red Queen’s (Helena Bonham Carter) reign of darkness.

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