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Mega Movie April TV3

Petaling Jaya, March 18, 2009 – Attention to all movie lovers! Bring out the popcorn, plop into your couch and tune in to TV3 every Friday and Saturday nights this month for a series of entertaining and explosive films from Hollywood!

Viewers will be thrilled to find multi-talented Mike Myer’s comedy flick “Austin Powers – Goldmember”, “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, funny adaptation from the best-selling novel, uber teen heartthrobs Orlando Bloom in Scott Ridley’s “Kingdom of Heaven” and dashing Paul Walker, reprising his famed undercover police who has a knack for action-drift in “2 Fast 2 Furious” on this month’s Mega Movie, slated every Friday evening at 10pm.

A double treat for all movie fans, TV3 Cinema (every Saturday evening at 12.30am) will showcase three acclaimed movies starring every guy’s favourite Hollywood leading men, Sylvester Stallone in “2D-Tox”, followed by adventure/ sci-fi movie, “Doom”, starring Dwayne “The Rock’ Johnson and Kurt Russell in “The Thing”. The fun rolls on with a feel-good movie, about a young woman’s journey to find romance in “Head Over Heels”, with Freddie Prinze Jr. and Monica Potter.

Need we say more? Don’t miss out on all the fun this month! Make a date with TV3 Cinema and Mega Movie because your weekend will never be the same again.

Enjoy life! Enjoy TV3!


2 Fast 2 Furious (April 3)
Paul Walker, returns as Brian’O’Conner, disgraced ex-cop, who decided upon a life-street racing as opposed to the rigours of a soul-corrupting life in the force. He has relocated from the California hills to the palm-lined boulevards of Miami, Florida in an effort to put his crumpled recent past behind him. Watched by Customs Agent Monica Fuentes, he gets busted and the FBI and Customs cuts a deal whereby his record will be cleansed if he goes undercover to help them get a dirty importer/exporter. Brian agrees but only if he is given permission to choose his partner. Brian heads home to Barstow, California where he recruits an old friend Roman Pearce to help him. Pearce agrees but only if his criminal rap sheet will disappear. This is the last chance for both, ex-con and ex-cop, and their ticket out of disgrace is bringing down Verone.
Cast: Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson, Eva Mendes, Cole Hauser, Thom Barry

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (April 10)
Everyone has bad mornings. You wake up late, you stub your toe, you burn the toast….but for a man named Arthur Dent, this goes far beyond a bad day. When he learns that a friend of his is actually an alien with advanced knowledge of Earth’s impending destruction, he is transported off the Earth seconds before it is exploded to make way for a new hyperspace motorway. And as if that’s not enough, throw in being wanted by the police, Earth II, an insane electronic encyclopedia, no tea whatsoever, a chronically depressed robot and the search for the meaning of life, and you’ve got the greatest adventure off Earth.
Cast: Bill Bailey, Anna Chancellor, Warwick Davis, Mos Deff, Zooey Deschannel, Su Elliot, Martib Freeman

Austin Powers: Goldmember (April 17)
Dr. Evil and Mini-Me have somehow escaped from a maximum security prison and the duo team up with Goldmember. Together they formulate a plan for world domination. And this particular scheme requires a large amount of time-travel, and kidnapping Austin Powers’ father, England’s master spy, Nigel Powers. As Austin chases Dr. Evil, Mini-Me and Goldmember through time, he stops in 1975 to “re-connect” with an old girlfriend, detective Foxxy Cleopatra, and requests her help to track the villains and save his father.
Cast: Mike Myers, Seth Green, Robert Wagner, Verne Troyer, Michael Caine

Kingdom Of Heaven (April 24)
Kingdom of Heaven opens in the late 12th century, the interregnum between the Second and Third Crusades. In Jerusalem, a fragile peace prevails between the Christians who hold the city and the Muslim leader Saladin (Ghassan Massoud), whose massive army has surrounded its ramparts. In France, a disillusioned blacksmith named Balian (Orlando Bloom) discovers he is the illegitimate son of a fabled knight, Godfrey of Ibelin (Liam Neeson). Godfrey convinces Balian that his destiny lies in the East, where he will discover the true essence of sacrifice-and knighthood.

Arriving in Jerusalem after sundry adventures (shipwreck, attack by Saracens), Balian soon begins an affair with Sibylla (Eva Green), wife of power-mad Guy de Lusignan (Martin Csokas), who is in league with bloodthirsty Reynald of Chatillon (Brendan Gleeson). Guy and Reynald want to bring down the fragile Christian peace and drive all Muslims from the Holy Land. Their major impediment is Tiberias (Jeremy Irons), military advisor to the Christian king, who continually counsels restraint.

Soon enough, however, the treachery of the Reynaud-Guy pairing leads to a massive assault on Jerusalem by Saladin’s army. The defense of the city is led, of course, by Balian, who has slowly but surely emerged as the towering knight his father promised him he would become. And even though the city falls to the Saracens, Balian earns Saladin’s respect and is allowed to return to France, his life, and love relationship, intact.
Cast: Orlando Bloom, Eva Green, Jeremy Irons, David Thewlis, Brendan Gleeson


2D-Tox (April 4)
A disgraced FBI agent with a drinking problem joins nine other troubled law enforcement officers at an isolated detox clinic in the wilds of Wyoming. But the therapeutic sanctuary becomes a nightmarish hellhole when a major snowstorm cuts off the clinic from the outside world and enables a killer on the inside to get busy.
Cast: Slyvester Stallone, Tom Berenger, Charles Dutton, Sean Patrick Flanery

Doom (April 11)
Based on the popular video game, the movie takes place in the not too distant future, where humans have successfully colonized the planet Mars. Here scientists were experimenting on naturally occurring substances and using the colonizing humans as guinea pigs. The experiment went horribly wrong. Now, a group of marines and a scientist named Samantha Grimm are going to find out what happened. They teleport to Mars via a system known as the “Arch”. What they find are gruesome monsters hell bent on death and destruction. Samantha’s brother John is also one of the marines sent to Mars to help.
Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Karl Urban, Rosamund  Pike, Ben Daniels, Razaaq Adoti

The Thing (April 18)
In the midst of the Antartican snowfield, the scientists and workers of a small American research base are shocked when a helicopter begins to circle their camp, chasing and shooting at a dog. When the helicopter is destroyed and the passenger’s are killed by accident, the dog is let into the base and the Americans begin to wonder what has actually happened. The helicopter is discovered to be of Norweigan make, and probably linked to the Norweigan base not too far from their own. Helicopter pilot J.R MacReady offers to travel to the Norweigan base and find out what has happened. On arrival, he finds that the place has been totally destroyed. He also discovers a mangled body that looks as though it was once that of a person, which he brings back with him to study. It is only then that the clues begin to add up; the dog morphs horribly into a strange creature that attacks the researchers. They manage to fight it off, but the base’s doctor has come to a conclusion: an alien with the power to transform and take the appearance of anybody else is amongst them. Who is infected already, and who can be trusted? .
Cast: Kurt Russell, Willford, TK Carter, David Clennon, Keith David

Head Over Heels (April 25)
Blessed with a cut-rate deal on a luxurious Eastside apartment, but stuck with four super-thin, super-fabulous roomates, Amanda doesn’t know whether to thank her lucky stars or curse her lot in life. Never content to let the ordinary exist, the models immediately enlist Amanda as their experiment in makeover magic, transforming her from just fine to fierce and training her in the fine arts of attitude.

The lavish, sprawling loft space’s window looks conveniently across the courtyard to Jim’s apartment, a nice young man Amanda meets when moving into her new apartment. He seems perfect, and Amanda proceeds to make her moves. She then spies him apparently murdering a young woman in his apartment, and her love plans seem dashed once again. Is it so hard to find a nice guy to love in a big city?
Cast: Monica Potter, Freddie Prince JR, Shalom Hallow, Ivana Milicevic, Sarah O’Hare

Written by Budiey

Penggemar filem seram yang obses dengan gajet & teknologi terkini dan masih tegar menjadi pengendali portal hiburan & gaya hidup sejak tahun 2007. Kini aktif menjadi Youtuber & Podcaster yang menemubual selebriti dalam BORAK SINI HABIS SINI dan menerbitkan program BULETIN VIRAL di Budiey Channel.

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