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“My Life in Ruins”, Comedy

USA-Spain, 2009

Directed by: Donald Petrie

Cast: Nia Vardalos, Richard Dreyfuss, Rachel Dratch, Maria Adanez,

Macarena Benites

Runtime: 98 minutes

Plot: “My Life in Ruins” is an appealing romantic comedy about finding love in the most unexpected and exotic places.

Georgia is a guide who leads a group of difficult tourists on a Greek journey. Her group would rather buy T-shirts than study history. In a hysteric confrontation of different personalities and cultures, everything seems to go wrong. Until, one day, a highly special tourist, Irv Gordon, shows her how to have fun and draws her attention upon the last person she would have considered as a potential mate.

“Drag Me to Hell”, Horror, Thriller

USA, 2009

Directed by: Sam Raimi

Cast: Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Bill E. Rogers, Gerry Carbajal, Meyoung Laman.

Runtime: 99 minutes

Plot: Christine Brown, a credit officer in Los Angeles, has a marvelous life beside her charming lover, Professor Clay Dalton. Until one day, the bank is visited by Mrs. Ganush, who requests a prolongation of the credit, denied by Christine, who wants to impress her boss. The vindictive Mrs. Ganush curses Christine, turning her life into a genuine hell. Harassed by an evil spirit, the young woman must decide how far would she go, in order to get rid of the curse.

Up 3D

Action, Cartoon, Comedy, Adventure, USA, 2009

Directed by: Bob Peterson, Peter Docter.

Cast: Christopher Plummer, Paul Eiding, Donald Fullilove, John Ratzenberger, Edward Asner.

Runtime: 96 min.

Plot: By tying thousands of balloon to his home, 78-year-old Carl Fredricksen sets out to fulfill his lifelong dream to see the wilds of South America. Right after lifting off, however, he learns he isn’t alone on his journey.

It’s a long time I’ve loved you,

France-Germany, 2008.

Directed by: Philippe Claudel.

Cast: Elsa Zylberstein, Kristin Scott Thomas, Isabelle Destrez, Isabelle Destrez, Pascal Bordes.

Runtime: 110 min.

Plot: A woman struggles to interact with her family and find her place in society after spending fifteen years in prison.

Bucharest cinema theatres

Hollywood Multiplex, Address: 55, Calea Vitan, Phone no: (+40) 021 327 70 20, (+4) 021 327 70 21,
Website: www.hmultiplex.ro,

Movieplex, Address: 26, Bulevardul Timisoara, Phone: (+40) 021 407 83 00, Website: www.movieplex.ro,

Citiplex, Address: 3, Ion Ghica st., Phone no: (+40) 031.824.13.60

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