Sex and the City 2

  • Directors: Michael Patrick King
  • Producers: Michael Patrick King, Sarah Jessica Parker, Darren Star, John Melfi
  • Writers: Characters, Darren Star, Screenplay, Michael Patrick King
  • Genres: Comedy
  • Actors: Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Chris Noth, John Corbett, David Eigenberg, Evan Handler, Jason Lewis, Lynn Cohen, Raza Jaffrey, Liza Minnelli, Miley Cyrus

The story begins with a flashback to how Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) first meets Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis), and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) in the heyday of Studio 54. The movie then jumps to the present, two years after the events of the first film. At the Connecticut same-sex wedding of Stanford Blatch (Willie Garson) and Anthony Marentino (Mario Cantone), Liza Minnelli appears in a cameo and sings Beyonce’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”.

The four friends now have lives that are more stressful than before: All are married except for Samantha, who is now 52 and trying to keep her libido alive while dealing with menopause; Charlotte’s two children are a handful; and Carrie’s marriage to Mr. Big (Chris Noth) has settled down, though they differ on how to spend their spare time: she always wants to go out, he would prefer to stay home and watch television some evenings.[2][3][4]

Meanwhile, Samantha is approached by an Arab sheikh to devise a PR campaign for his business, and he offers to fly her and her friends on an all-expenses-paid luxury vacation to Abu Dhabi. While in Abu Dhabi, Carrie runs into her former lover, Aidan (John Corbett), and agrees to a dinner date. In a moment of passion, the two kiss. Carrie deals with the question of whether or not to tell Big.

Meanwhile, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda run up against a culture clash in the Middle East, as their style and attitudes contrast with Muslim society. This clash, and comedy derived from their defiance, makes for “comic relief.”[2] The sheik stops paying the bills and they have to return prematurely.

The Last Song

  • Directors: Julie Anne Robinson 1
  • Producers: Producer, Adam Shankman 2, Jennifer Gibgot 2, Co Producer, Dara Weintraub 2, Executive Producer, Tish Cyrus 3
  • Writers: Novel, Nicholas Sparks, Screenplay, Nicholas Sparks, Jeff Van Wie 2
  • Genres: Drama
  • Actors: Miley Cyrus, Greg Kinnear, Kelly Preston, Liam Hemsworth

At seventeen, Veronica “Ronnie” Miller remains as rebellious and distant as she was the day after her parents’ ugly divorce and father’s subsequent relocation to Georgia three years ago.[10] Once a classical piano prodigy under the tutelage of her father, Steve, Ronnie now rejects the instrument in favor of partying with her friends and has not spoken to her father since he left.[11]

Now, Steve is given the chance to reconnect with his estranged daughter when her mother, Kim, sends the rebellious teen and her younger brother, Jonah, to spend the summer with him. Steve, a former Juilliard professor and concert pianist,[12] now lives a quiet life in Tybee Island, the small Georgia beach town where he grew up, working on a stained glass window for the local church to replace one lost in a fire.[10][13]

Upon arrival, Ronnie is miserable, hostile and defensive toward all those around her, including handsome, popular Will Blakelee – until, after both she and Will become involved in protecting a Loggerhead Sea Turtle nest,[14] she discovers he is deeper than she believed.[11] As Ronnie falls in love with Will, she also manages to bond with Steve through the one thing they have in common- music.[10]

Bolt

  • Directors: Chris Williams, Byron Howard
  • Producers: Clark Spencer, John Lasseter
  • Writers: Idea, Chris Sanders, Screenplay, Chris Williams, Dan Fogelman
  • Genres: Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
  • Actors: John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Susie Essman, Mark Walton, Malcolm McDowell

A girl named Penny and a dog named Bolt star on a hit television series called Bolt in which the titular character has various superpowers and must constantly thwart the evil plans of the nefarious Doctor Calico. To gain a more realistic performance, the TV show’s producers have deceived Bolt his entire life, arranging the filming in such a way that Bolt believes the television show is real and he really has superpowers. After filming completes for the latest episode, Bolt escapes from his on-set trailer mistakenly believing Penny has been kidnapped by the television villain. He attempts to break through a window, knocking himself unconscious as he falls into a box of styrofoam. With no one aware Bolt is in the box, it is shipped from Hollywood to New York City. In New York, he meets Mittens, a female alley cat who bullies pigeons out of their food. Bolt, convinced this is another adventure, forces Mittens to help him get back to Hollywood, and the two start their journey westward. Meanwhile, in Hollywood, Penny is deeply saddened over Bolt’s disappearance but is forced by the studio to continue filming with a Bolt lookalike. As their adevnture proceeds, Bolt starts to notice that his superpowers aren’t working, and rationalizes this is the effect that styrofoam has on his body.

Penny and her mother subsequently quit the show when their agent attempts to exploit the incident for publicity purposes. Penny herself adopts Mittens and Rhino, and moves to a rural home to enjoy a simpler, happy lifestyle with Bolt and her new pets. The show continues, but with a replacement “Bolt” and “Penny”, and adopting an alien abduction storyline suggested by a character they met on the way.

Hannah Montana The Movie

  • Directors: Peter Chelsom 1
  • Producers: David Blocker, Billy Ray Cyrus, Alfred Gough, Miles Millar, Steven Peterman, Michael Poryes
  • Writers: Dan Berendsen 1
  • Genres: Comedy, Family, Music
  • Actors: Miley Cyrus, Emily Osment, Mitchel Musso, Jason Earles, Billy Ray Cyrus, Moises Arias

Miley Stewart (Miley Cyrus) has become overwhelmed with her alter-ego’s Hannah Montana’s popularity. After having a catfight over a pair of shoes with Tyra Banks, missing saying goodbye to her brother because she was shopping, and coming late to Lilly’s sweet sixteen as Hannah, her father, Robby (Billy Ray Cyrus) tricks Miley into going back to her hometown, Crowley Corners, Tennessee, to reflect on the things that really matter in her life. When the dismayed Miley asks if her career as Hannah Montana is over, Robby says to ask again in two weeks’ time.

While in Crowley Corners, Miley spends time with her best friend Lilly (Emily Osment) but has a rough time adjusting to farm life. At Lilly’s birthday party, Miley is forced to attend as her alter-ego Hannah Montana, and performs the song “Let’s Get Crazy”, accompanied by Steve Rushton on the guitar.[12][13] This goes badly because people direct their attention at Hannah instead of Lilly.

In her hometown, Miley develops a deep connection with a childhood friend Travis Brody (Lucas Till). Robby also has a love interest, Lorelei, played by Melora Hardin. Trouble arises when a reporter named Oswald plans to find out Hannah’s secret identity and expose her. Miley starts to realize that she loves her life in Tennessee and questions whether she really does want to choose between two lives.