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Angelina Jolie Shops with Her Kids, Grabs Subway with Brad Pitt!

Angelina Jolie Shops with Her Kids, Grabs Subway with Brad Pitt!

Angelina Jolie steps out of her SUV looking as stunning as always to do some shopping at M. Fredric on Sunday (December 28) in Los Angeles.

The 39-year-old Unbroken director was joined by two of her children Zahara and Shiloh (not pictured) for the excursion. Later, she treated the kiddos to In-N-Out Burger!

Last week, Angelina and her husband Brad Pitt were spotted grabbing some Subway for lunch with twins Knox and Vivienne (not pictured).

Unbroken enjoyed an amazing couple of days at the box office, bringing in a whopping $47.3 million! Congrats to the cast and crew!

10+ pictures inside of Angelina Jolie shopping with her children…

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  • thelookoflove1365

    Looking gorgeous Mrs. Pitt & congrats on the success of Unbroken.

  • bap


  • bap

    Looking Good!

  • trt

    Troll must have broken a toe trying to post first on the new thread.
    Looking good, Angelina and Brad. If you were anorexic then the troll is probably the size of a truck!

  • Bwest

    Congratulations, Dame Jolie! Another good job! Who cares about gossip, just to sell, speaking ill of others, gets nothing!


    Way to go Angelina!! Brad must be so proud of his boo. :)

  • bap

    That’s funny!

  • bap

    Thank you Lucy!

  • were the morons

    I love Angelina for many things, but this warms my heart. She goes to regular places to eat, instead of those fancy smancy places. Who cannot love her?

  • shazia35

    Looks like the MANiston trolls live on Jareds JP threads they are always first to post their BS, STAY PRESSED BITCHES

  • shazia35

    Mrs Jolie Pitt looking sexy in her high boots

  • shazia35

    She looks well rested, glad the pox have cleard.

  • shazia35

    I love Angie bag , I want one of those.

  • JPFamily

    Great to see them out and about, they look fab and Angie now back to her old self once more.
    Congrats to her and all the Unbroken team.

    Angelina Jolie’s Inspirational Drama ‘Unbroken’ Blu-ray Up For Pre-Order

    Posted Mon Dec 29, 2014 at 12:00 PM PST by Tom Landy

    Early reports indicate that the film based on a true story will arrive on Blu-ray at the end of March.
    In an early announcement to retailers, Universal Studios will be releasing ‘Unbroken’ on Blu-ray on March 24.

    As a boy, Louis “Louie” Zamperini is always in trouble, but with the help of his older brother, he turns his life around and channels his energy into running, later qualifying for the 1936 Olympics. When World War II breaks out, Louie enlists in the military. After his plane crashes in the Pacific, he survives an incredible 47 days adrift in a raft, until his capture by the Japanese navy. Sent to a POW camp, Louie becomes the favorite target of a particularly cruel prison commander.

    Specs and supplements haven’t been revealed yet, but the suggested list price for the Blu-ray is $34.98.
    You can find the latest specs for ‘Unbroken’ linked from our Blu-ray Release Schedule, where it’s indexed under March 24.

  • JPFamily

    Angelina Jolie on Unbroken, Louis Zamperini… and tattoos

    Angelina Jolie reveals why she turned her back on Brad Pitt for a 97-year-old reformed thief

    By Chris AyresFriday 26 December 2014 at 07:58AM

    Last winter, Angelina Jolie began seeing another man. While Brad Pitt was at home with their six children, the actress would slip away for early- morning visits to the new object of her affection, who lived just a few streets away. They would spend hours alone together, just talking.

    The man’s name was Louis “Louie” Zamperini. He was 97 years old. “Louis was my favourite person to hang out with,” says Jolie, when we meet up in LA to talk about the film she has directed about his life, Unbroken. “He was so charming, with such a sharp wit. I’d call him up and ask if I could bring him breakfast. Or I’d stand on my roof with binoculars and we’d wave at each other.”

    She first came across Zamperini’s story while rummaging through the catalogue of “life rights” owned by Universal Pictures. When she got home, however, Pitt dampened her enthusiasm. “I mentioned it to Brad and he sighed and said, ‘Oh honey, that one’s been around for ever.’” Jolie almost gave up but decided to read Laura Hillenbrand’s biography of his life, anyway. “It was the middle of the night, I was in Cambodia, and I had this physical reaction,” she recalls. “I shot up out of bed and thought, ‘Forget about being a director, I just want to be near this man.’”

    Within 24 hours, she’d discovered that not only was Zamperini still alive, but that he lived a two-minute drive from her home in LA.

    In person, Jolie, who turns 40 next year, is as intense and striking as you’d expect. Attired in a serious black trouser suit with icepick heels, she leans in close, rarely breaks eye contact and is earnest to a fault, taking long pauses to choose her words carefully.

    It is perhaps no surprise that she felt such a connection with Zamperini. Like her, he rebelled fiercely in his younger years. But whereas Jolie grew up in Beverly Hills as the misfit daughter of film star John Voight, Zamperini was raised in less glamorous Torrance, California, the son of dirt-poor Italian immigrants. And while Jolie infamously struggled with depression and self- mutilation, Zamperini was an old-fashioned brawler, prankster and talented thief.

    Jolie was saved by acting – in particular her Oscar-winning role in the 1999 drama Girl, Interrupted. Zamperini, meanwhile, found his redemption through athletics, which led him to compete in the 5,000m at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, where he shook Adolf Hitler’s hand. Six years later, he had been deployed to Hawaii, flying missions over the Pacific. During one mission in 1943, his plane malfunctioned and crashed and he spent 7 days adrift in shark-infested waters with two crewmates, surviving on rainwater and fish before washing ashore behind enemy lines in Imperial Japan. He spent the rest of the war as a PoW and the horrors that followed almost defy description, the worst of them inflicted by a sociopathic guard, Mutsuhiro “The Bird” Watanabe.

    Sadly, Zamperini died in June, so will never see the film. But he read the script – written by the Coen brothers – and gave it his approval.

    Jolie decided to cast a relatively unknown Brit, Jack O’Connell, as Zamperini. “It had to be a man’s man,” she explains, “who had a certain kind of fire, a kind of toughness – and Jack has that innately.” She was struck by how young O’Connell, 24, looked in his uniform. And she wondered if today’s young men would have any hope of surviving what Zamperini went through.

    “How well would we have fought, if we hadn’t been able to get a bunch of young boys who had just come through the Depression?” she says. “The thing I love about the Greatest Generation is that it wasn’t exceptional to do things for your fellow man, to take care of your family, your community, to be strong. It’s very different now.”

    Jolie is no stranger to expressing her opinions. In October she was made an honorary dame by the Queen, on the recommendation of William Hague, for her work to end sexual violence in war zones. She has been working with the former Foreign Secretary since he screened her directorial debut, Bosnian war drama In the Land of Blood and Honey, at the Foreign Office in 2011, and invited the star to introduce the film. The meetings that followed resulted in Hague and Jolie founding the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative. The pair have since visited the Democratic Republic of Congo and Bosnia, and have dispatched forensic experts to Syria, Mali and Liberia. Hague has nothing but admiration and respect for the star and responded immediately when approached for a few words about their work together. “She has a depth of under- standing very few people have. She has shone the spotlight on this issue in a way that would be impossible for any one politician government alone.”

    Last month Jolie watched from the gallery in the House of Lords as Arminka Helic, a refugee from the Yugoslav war and a special advisor to Hague, was introduced as a Conservative peer. Jolie called Helic her “mentor”. “If she thinks there’s anything she can learn from me, that’s an honour,” Helic tells RT. “What impresses me is her ability to turn the victims of sexual violence from a marginalised, shameful part of Bosnian history into human beings with self-worth.”

    Jolie’s commitment to humanitarian causes is unwavering, but her future as a director remains to be seen. She penned her next project, By the Sea, herself, and will also star in it alongside her new husband, Brad Pitt. It will be the first time she and Pitt have acted together since 2005’s Mr and Mrs Smith, when,as Pitt’s marriage to Jennifer Aniston fell apart, they fell in love. Jolie was counselled against working with Pitt, but it was advice she ignored. “It feels a little daunting – we haven’t worked together for ten years. But all the reasons why people say we should be scared of it, we feel like that’s exactly why we have to do this – because we can. So we’re going to go boldly.”

    As for the prospect of being Pitt’s boss on set, she says, “He’s a pretty strong actor! It’s going to be interesting. He’s a really great artist, such an interesting artist, and of course he’s the man I love, so I think we’re going to have a great time.”

    Although the couple’s children – Vivienne and Knox, both six, Shiloh, eight, and their adopted siblings Zahara, nine, Pax, 11, and Maddox, 13 – have spent their lives around film sets, Jolie is keen that they avoid the family business.

    “We’ve always said, if they want to act, we won’t let them only act, because it’s not enough,” she declares. “They’ll have to find a real job at the same time. But I’m hoping that when they see all the other things in the world, they’ll be inspired to be writers, politicians, activists. They’re very individual people. So I imagine they’re not going to follow their mum and dad.

    “My kids rebelling would be if they all became brain surgeons,” she laughs. “They’re already asking me about tattoos. How do I say ‘No’?”

    She has said “No”, however, to Maddox, although Zahara is now also talking about tattoos – a prospect that has horrified her father. “It’s especially hard for dads and girls,” she sighs. “For some reason men get a little more sensitive when the daughter gets a tattoo. And Brad thinks the girls can do no wrong.” She shakes her head indignantly. “He’s mush in their hands!”

    As her children get older, Jolie hopes they’ll look to Louis for inspiration. “Here was a man who was poor, who was beaten up, who was smoking, drinking and stealing when he was very young – who was considered a bad kid. But he kept trying to make better choices and become a better person. Before he passed away, he told me he didn’t want Unbroken to be about him, he wanted it to be about the strength of the human spirit. Because everyone can make those choices. That’s what we’re missing in the world.”

  • Wonderbust

    Once again Angelina makes the list. the below list is prestigious and has been running since the 1940s. Angelina has made the list several times before. cant think of an actress who has made the list as much in the past 5 years

  • JPFamily

    Unbroken: Editing Angelina Jolie’s War Drama

    “I don’t think anybody can edit a film to be the best it can be by themselves,” editor Tim Squyres, ACE, told me when I asked him about his first time as co-editor. “You need to push each other and try other things and react to what someone else is doing.” Which was exactly the push and pull process in crafting war drama Unbroken with editor William “Billy” Goldenberg, ACE, in the very next editing room. The second narrative feature directed by Angelina Jolie, Unbroken is based on the book by Laura Hillenbrand and tells the true story of US Olympic track star Louie Zamperini (played by Jack O’Connell), an epic that includes World War II, a plane crash in the Pacific, drifting about on a life raft for 47 days, and spending over two years in Japanese prison camps.

    Post for the film started out with Squyres and a couple assistants at the helm, with Goldenberg coming into the process later. Cut on Avid Media Composer 7 at DNxHD115 on an ISIS, the technical part of the editorial process was a non-issue for the editors.

    Squyres mentioned that “Everything just worked flawlessly,” with Goldenberg adding “I think I crashed once the entire time I was on the film.” Not bad. And paying as little attention as possible to the technical side of things allowed the editors to focus on their collaboration with Jolie, who bounced between edit rooms giving notes and watching scenes.

    This wasn’t Goldenberg’s first time co-editing a film, and he praised the additional set of eyes the process affords him. “You can show an edit to the other editor first, a free pass, another person who is like a director — since most editors can look at something like a director — and you can take all their notes and make the scene better before you actually show the director. It’s one thing to be critical of your own work but when you’re sitting in the other chair, you can see things a lot more clearly.”

    Unbroken is Jolie’s highest profile directorial challenge to date and the editors described her director methodology as particularly protective of the actors and sensitive to their performances. Squyres said, ” I always really enjoy the performance part of editing. That’s always been one of my favorite parts, so it was nice to have a director that was so tuned into that.” Goldenberg also noted this side of Jolie’s working style, saying that “Angie saw things from an actorand director’s point of view, which made for these incredibly rich performances that stayed in the film. There were moments she just loved as an actor that sometimes would have been cut away, like a look or the way someone held their head.”

    Not that all great directors aren’t sensitive to performance, but a long-time actor turned director is just different. Goldenberg went on to describe how he saw this in Ben Affleck while cutting Argo, which Affleck also starred in. “With Ben it was incredible because it was very interesting watching someone direct themselves, then react to that in the editing room and look at the person on screen as if they were a different person. I asked him how he was able to detach himself like that and he said basically, practice. You’re watching yourself on the monitor take after take and you get used to it. It wasn’t that way at first when he did The Town, but by the time he did Argo, he’d watched himself thousands of times. The advice he got from the other actor-directors was to never short change your own performance. Kevin Costner, Clint Eastwood, and others all said the tendency when you shoot your own coverage is not to do enough takes because it feels very self-involved.”

    Similar to Affleck, Jolie was in the edit room often during the process, sitting in or taking notes but giving the editors the freedom to try things. Unbroken physically moves to many different locations, so the editors took time to try different paths in the structure….and eventually settled back on the original screenplay (co-written by Joel and Ethan Coen, among other writers in the process.) Goldenberg was quick to note that “it wasn’t because something wasn’t working, it was just a matter of not leaving any stone unturned. We tried lots of combinations, and we ended up coming back to the original script. There were things removed and tightened, but the structure of the movie was what was in the screenplay. It’s good to have a solid screenplay. In movies where you can move the scenes around a great deal and it still works, it’s probably not that great a screenplay. ”

    Sqyures added, “In a way [the film] does move like a bunch of really different pieces but what carries us through it all is our main character Louie [Jack O'Connell] who is consistent. He goes through a huge range of emotions as his situation changes, but he stays recognizably himself. It’s a really interesting performance that ties the whole movie together.” And as for the challenge of balancing all those different pieces, he said “It’s nice to change the tone, to have these flashback sections when he’s young be fun and exuberant, and cut from that straight to a plane crash. As an editor, you really look forward to those things.”

    One major editorial challenge in the film was actually a challenge Squyres has faced recently with Ang Lee’s Life of Pi: three guys on a life raft for a harrowing 47 days. “It’s very hard to portray people sitting endlessly day after day on a life raft without the audience starting to get bored. You want to get the impression of drifting endlessly and aimlessly without the movie drifting endlessly and aimlessly.” Sounds like they hired the right guy for the job.

    Another challenge was deciding how much of the action in the film’s opening scene to disclose to the audience.Unbroken starts off with an intense action sequence of a bombing run attacked by the Japanese, and the decision was made early on in the process by Jolie and director of photography Roger Deakins, ASC, to keep much of the perspective from the protagonist’s point of view inside the plane. Squyres noted, “Often in a scene if you try to make everything perfectly clear, you make the scene boring. You always have to think of where the balance is between making it clear and making it exciting. In post, we did add some exteriors to help clarify what’s going on and where the plane is going and coming from. Some things to open it up, to help understand what’s happening and add visual excitement. For the most part, we stayed with Louie and came out just enough to understand the peril he’s in.”

    But what about when you don’t want it to be confusing and chaotic? I asked Goldenberg to expand on this editorial process. “In a scene that is really complicated like in Zero Dark Thirty, when they’re raiding Bin Laden’s compound, it’s night time, very dark, all the soldiers are wearing the same uniform and night vision goggles. What we did there was find something the audience can anchor on, a geographic element that grounds the audience so they know okay, when I’m here, this is what’s happening. In that particular movie, it was a sniper on top of a little prayer house. We went back to that angle over him to re-orient the audience over the course of the raid so they would understand where they were, hopefully in a way that wasn’t obvious.That’s often what happens. In Unbroken it wasn’t as necessary because it was supposed to have a feeling of being confusing, like you’re in this flying tin can getting beaten up.”

    After all this collaboration and experimentation, how do you know it’s even working? Both editors agree: it’s a feel thing. “You decide when you start cutting what story you’re telling in that scene, what the text and subtext is and where you are in the film. When you’re done, I think it’s your own personal decision: this is a good version of this scene and I’m ready to show this to a director. I think that’s intuition, experience and feel that lets you know.” Squyres added, “Over time you get jaded about a scene and it’s easy to fool yourself. Often, your emotional responses the first time you see the footage and the first time you put it together are quite accurate.” He paused, laughing.”The other thing is to show it to people. If there’s a joke and nobody laughs, it doesn’t matter. It’s not funny. If they laugh, it’s working. This isn’t a comedy, it’s a drama. Screening it for audiences initially is friends and family. Often there’s a section and you think it’s great and you’re sitting there watching it with an audience and you’re thinking “oh man, this is so wrong!” And you didn’t know it until you watched it in a room full of people and it becomes clear.” Strangely comforting that the screening process never becomes easier, even for Oscar-caliber editors.

    Both Squyres and Goldenberg are busy guys, with big-time work hitting theaters year after year. But this is the second year in a row that Goldenberg has two films being released when awards season is just beginning to pick up steam. How does anyone balance such a busy life in post? “Time off is really important for me, it allows me to clear my head and re-energize. I put everything I have into my work, so by the end of a job I’m pretty exhausted. Lately I haven’t had the time off I’d like, which is a blessing and a curse. I’m fortunate to be working and I don’t take that for granted, but it takes me away from my family which can be difficult. When I do have time, I love to travel and do things outdoors. I spend a lot of time in a dark room, so when I not at work I’m outdoors as much as possible. We are taking our children to Europe for the first time over the holidays and couldn’t be more excited to be able to show them other parts of the world.”

  • African Queen

    That’s the look that says Yes we just had sex and all you haters have not so you look miserable.

  • Passing Through

    Angelina looks great. Glad the chicken pox didn’t linger…cuz they can…

  • Passing Through

    Dawne • an hour ago

    Hey Dawne -

    Sorry the grandbaby didn’t arrive while you were there. Look at the bright side – you won’t have to change any diapers while you son and DIL pretend they’re asleep and didn’t hear the baby cry. LOL!

  • Passing Through

    Wonderbust DJ • 2 hours ago

    yes because AMPAS members will go on dailyfail look at pics from 20 years ago and decide not to vote for her. the same AMPAS that gave Roman Polanski an Oscar.


    The troll’s a riot. Like Angie’s the only actress to have semi-nude photos. As I just proved – Ticky’s done far more nudity in photoshoots than Angie ever did. Almost every photoshoot she’s done the last 18 years you can find at least 1 nude, semi-nude, half-dressed, barely-dressed, might-as-well-not-be-dressed photos. Too bad she can’t be seen publicly with Uncle Pervy anymore or else he could do a nekkid photoshoot for her UFO FYC ad….

  • Passing Through

    OK…gotta move my comments since I didn’t realize there was a new thread -

    DJ • an hour ago

    Oscar winning Director? Not with the photos being released at the Daily Mail!


    ROTFLMAO. I don’t see why not. Especially when other hopeful nomineeds have shite like this that was on the COVER of a major men’s magazine -

    And let’s not forget, “I showed my ass before Kim Katrashian was even old enough to buy her first weave!”

    STFD, down, troll. Ticky’s got way more nekkid photo shoots than Angie does. ALL of her photoshoots involve her taking her clothes off…STILL…46…the woman is 6 weeks away from being 46…

  • shazia35


  • JPFamily

    Angelina Jolie Unbroken Movie Interview
    Parables TV

    Our very own Holly McClure sits down with Angelina Jolie to discuss her directorial debut for the new movie “Unbroken.”

    rose mcgowan @rosemcgowan · 32m

    I’m super happy for Angelina Jolie and her success as a director. #wecandoit #Unbroken #ladypower

    Dara Torres ‏@DaraTorres 2m

    Saw “Unbroken…” quite the captivating movie. Very emotional & can’t fathom what these men went through. Bravo to Angelina Jolie…

    →lane← ‏@LaNe_Pixie 3m

    Admire Angelina Jolie so much. It’s her second directorial project yet (this one) with a bigger scale and she did an amazing job!👏 #Unbroken

    goldi ཡ/ da pimpin་ ‏@EPICKAELSZ 4m

    Angelina Jolie did an awesome job directing Unbroken. brung tears to my eyes, omg so touching & heart felt💙

  • marisol

    Oh my she looks so beautiful!

  • Passing Through

    Wonderbust Passing Through • 37 minutes ago

    critcs get screeners to all these movies. Marions movie only screened in nyc. Selma has been wining critics awards since and it only did AFI festival


    I don’t think they all do because some critics in smaller cities were on twitter complaining that they hadn’t seen some of the movies because they were in their area yet. Maybe major critics groups do – but not everybody does. Every year you’ll see complaints from critics in cities like Detroit, Dallas, Seattle, Atlanta, etc., complaining that some of the front-runners aren’t playing anywhere near them and they have to go LA or NYC to see them – if they can get their newspaper to pay for it.

  • Passing Through

    bap Tweet Angie • 39 minutes ago

    Why on box office do they have Unbroken total budge at 105 million?


    Because they include an estimated P&A (prints & adversting) budget. The production budget was $65MIL, so they’re assuming another $40MIL for marketing and prints. What they’re not accounting for his how much of that was just internal bookkeeping because Universal-owned tv stations like NBC, MSNBC, Bravo, Oxygen, E! and USA Network literally had ads every 30 minutes the last 2 weeks.

  • African Queen

    And a light year away from acting her age.

  • bap

    Rose was host on Turner Classic Movies with Robert Osborne. She is a intelligent woman about movies.

  • shazia35

    The 7 trolls from fatfuckers demand a recount,
    Where is MANiston ?, where is Cake ? why no mention of the munter? Trolls said she is the most admired ,the most famous in the whole world .

  • shazia35

    Erick Hodge ‏@HolaSirHodge 56s56 seconds ago
    The movie unbroken was brilliant, inspiring, and redemptive. I highly recommend it. Can’t believe I complain about anything

  • shazia35

    Justin Kroll ‏@krolljvar 1h
    Variety Film Reporter-Detroit sports fanatic
    1 hour ago
    And now my Top Ten Films of 2014
    1. INTERSTELLAR @jes_chastain
    2. GONE GIRL
    3. UNBROKEN @JackO__C
    4. THE RAID 2
    5. WHIPLASH @Miles_Teller
    7. LOCKE
    8. SELMA
    10. WILD @RWitherspoon

    Justin Kroll @krolljvar · 1h 1 hour ago
    So before I roll off this Top Ten I just want to say these are my personal picks and not those of Variety

  • lucy

    She said a “light case”, that’s why they didn’t last too long. She looks great, glad she able to be out and about. Love that they went to Subway, other celebrities go to pap hot spots for publicity, but not Brad and Angie.

  • enjoeyme

    Shilo prefers to be refered to as John and has since the age of four. Johns parents and family respect that wish and the media should follow that example.

  • enjoeyme

    and Johns mom’s movie is amazing.

  • shazia35

    Fox News Opinion ‏@fxnopinion 1h1 hour ago
    .@simonwiesenthal ‘ #Unbroken ‘: Let Japanese audience see Jolie film, learn truth about POW treatment

  • thelookoflove1365

    i don’t know why the trolls bother to post sh*t like that, when he/she will get bitchslapped with more of recent naked/near naked photos of X. So stupid, these trolls.

  • shazia35

    Lauren ‏@lauren_newman3 4m4 minutes ago
    Feel sorry for the poor bloke sat next to me at the cinema tonight; what a blubbering mess. Unbroken is such a powerful film

  • shazia35

    What a coinsidence NOT when two MANiston trolls show up at the same time LOL

  • Pinky

    Doing some very late Xmas shopping. Lol

  • thelookoflove1365

    They have Angie goggle alert. Pathetic isn’t it? They are not posting on X’s thread, but pollute our thread with their stupidity/post. Then again, no one is posting on X’s thread so trolls feel lonely there

  • shazia35

    Mackenzie Schleinitz ‏@MacSchleinitz 1h1 hour ago
    Unbroken is the best movie I’ve seen in a long time
    Tyler Jones ‏@1999TylerJones 3h3 hours ago
    Watched the movie unbroken yesterday, easily one of the best movies I,ve ever seen

  • shazia35

    Jay Merritt ‏@PastorJMerritt 3h3 hours ago
    #Unbroken #TheGreat Funny and powerful interview with War Hero and Olympian Louis Zamperini. Best part begins…

  • lucy

    She even showed up at TIFF with her floppy boobs on full display. lol

  • shazia35

    X’s thread is dead, like her movies no wonder the trolls are on JP alert

  • shazia35

    thanks for posting the nightmare after xmas shots. Talk about the double standards of the media, where maniston is concerned.

  • lucy

    OMG, with naked pictures floating around of Jennifer Lawrence and half of HW, Angie seems like a frigging nun.

  • JPFamily

    Reposting these two interviews.
    I teared up seeing Angie so emotional.

    INVENCIBLE (UNBROKEN) Entrevista 2014 Subtitulado
    (Spanish media)

    World Over – 2014-12-25 – Preview of ‘Unbroken’ with producer/director Angelina Jolie

  • shazia35

    Carley Craig ‏@CarleyMarieee 3h3 hours ago
    MCM because Unbroken is the best movie that I’ve seen lately! I love the fact that he stood his ground…
    silk barnacle ‏@ssshandog 4h4 hours ago
    Went to see Unbroken today and I can honestly say it is the best movie I have seen in a long, long time. Well played Angelina Jolie.
    Fairburn ‏@InnesMara 4h4 hours ago
    Although ice been sat in cinema since 2 this afternoon & just got out, Unbroken is the best film ever
    Danny ‏@DanielVMcCoy 4h4 hours ago
    Austin Stoelk ‏@austinstoelk 4h4 hours ago
    If you’re going to a movie, go to Unbroken. Intense movie that is gruesome at times but outstanding!! Best movie I’ve seen

  • Bwest

    I forgot to ask: has anyone seen “cake”? A movie so wonderful, so beautiful, with the best dramatic actress and NO ONE, outside critics who gave the trophy people watched? Had good box office, more than “Marley and me” (okay that the dog was the star)? Pity I’m really sad! (No…really no! Hahahahah!)