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Filming Location Indianapolis Motor Speedway – 4790 W. 16th Street, Speedway, Indiana. Production Company A Mile A Way Productions.
Zack Gottsagen didn’t allow his down syndrome stop him from acting. He worked hard, and was very proud of himself. Zack lived in his own apartment, and supplemented his income by working at a local movie theater.
What I enjoyed about The Peanut Butter Falcon is seeing Zak escaping his care home so he can find his hero known as The Salt Water Redneck (Thomas Hayden Church). Tyler (Shia LaBeouf) a small-time outlaw bonded.
Why is this a feel-good movie because after watching this movie I was touched and it inspires actors and actress’s to come on board and show their talents on the Big Screen.
What you can learn from Zak who is a Wrestling fan he has big dreams and surviving the badlands from an unlikely hero that is an outlaw. It turns out they become friends in North Carolina through their adventures in the outdoors. They both caught fish, colored each other faces with peanut butter, they drank whisky, and found God.
When Zak, Tyler, and Eleanor jumped off the oil rig in the rope, the respective actors were the ones who swung on the rope; no stunt doubles were used.
In John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, he ends up taking out 94 people.
Complete with electrifying action, beautiful cinematography, a pulsating score and a great sense of humor, the film is pretty much as purely joyful as action thrillers get, and proves two hours of brilliant entertainment.
The Unorthodox is a documentary film about Yaakov Cohen a determined man from Jerusalem who own’s a Printing Press Company. He is tired from being pushed around. It seems that he was born on the wrong side, with the wrong family name. In a moment’s decision he decides to establish a Sephardic-ultra-Orthodox list that will run to the Jerusalem municipality. He gathers two friends, and together they improvise a campaign. Where there is no means, and no connections. He has no money, but with much rage, passion and a sense of justice.
THE UNORTHODOX…is just plain excellent and it proves an inspired choice at the opening of the Jerusalem Film Festival!
Thousands of film fans poured into the 35th Jerusalem Film Festival. This was an evening hosted by actor Lior Ashkenazi. A sparkling world premiere of a Jerusalem filmmaker’s barely fictionalized account of the rise of the ultra-Orthodox Shas party. This is Screening Saturday, March 9 at 7:30 PM at the Century 16 and again on Sunday, March 10 at 4:15 PM.
This film is funny and clever and Shuli Rand always knows how to bring out the real Israeli character in his work.
Another movie reviewer mentions… But what might have been a preachy history lesson, in Malka’s assured hands, becomes a lively and suspenseful film.
For those who love baseball..HEADING HOME is the Tale Of Team Israel.
After years of defeat, Israel’s national baseball team finally becomes eligible to compete in the World Baseball Classic. This charming documentary captures the pride of the participating athletes on the Israeli team, including several Jewish American Major League players. Play ball!
Screening Tuesday, March 5, 10:00 AM at the Century 16 in Pleasant Hill
Heading Home follows Teams Israel’s surprising success in the World Baseball Classic in March 2017. Every player on the team was either an Israeli or a Jewish American eligible for Israeli citizenship under Israel’s Law of Return. Ryan Lavarnway, the Team Israel catcher, referring to the Nazi mischling law that defined a Jew by even one grandparent mused. Two generations ago, the way this team was put together would have meant that we were being rounded up to be killed. For us to be able to stand up here and have the Israel flag and Jewish star hanging in the stadium, it [means] we’re here.
This Baseball Documentary follows the team winning the qualifier, practicing before hundreds of local baseball players in Israel. The basbeall players are seeing Israeli sites such as the Western Wall, Yad Vashem, the Dead Sea, and Masada. They are taking part in a groundbreaking ceremony for a new baseball field in Bet Shemesh, Israel. It then chronicles the team’s performance at the 2017 World Baseball Classic in South Korea and Japan–as they sweep the first round, and play well into the second round.
The odds against Israel were 200-1, and it was ranked 41st in the world – while the other teams were primarily the top 15 ranked teams in the ESPN world. Israel beat top-ranked teams from Cuba, South Korea, China, Taiwan, and the Netherlands, all ranked in the top 10 in the world, and came in 6th in the tournament.
|Ike Davis||…||Himself – Team Israel player in 2016|
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I will be watching it at the Century 16 in Pleasant Hill Tuesday, March 5, 10:00 AM
Mackenzie Foy – Rising Star began her career as a child model in 2004, working for Garnet Hill, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Guess Kids. She has also modeled in print ads for companies such as Rubbermaid, Jones Apparel Group, The Walt Disney Company, Mattel, Target Corporation, Talbots, Guess and Gap.
Watch Mackenzie Foy trailer below of Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.
Her first acting role came in 2009 in the TV series ‘Til Death (2006). She has guest starred on Hawaii Five-0 (2010) and “The Haunting Hour” (2010). One-off appearances followed in various TV shows.
Since then she has filmed The Conjuring (2013), Wish You Well (2013), Plastic Jesus (2013), and Interstellar (2013). She has lent her voice to The Boxcar Children (2014) and The Little Prince (2015).
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