Thursday, May 23, 2002
The Buzz: "Insomnia" and "Enough"
"Insomia" and "Enough" two movies that are hitting theatres this weekend. Take a sneak peak into them.
(WSVN)- Three Academy Award winners coming together for one movie. "Detective, it's such an honor to meet you." Al Pacino, Hillary Swank and Robin Williams star in Insomnia.
Robin Williams says, "It is action oriented in some ways ,but it's kind of like a good detective novel where you're drawn into the motivations and the play back and forth ..."
"Doesn't say in the report he clipped her nails..."
The film is set in Alaska...and in it Al Pacino and Hillary Swank play cops trying to catch a bad guy. Robin Williams plays the bad guy for the first time, but Hillary says on the set it was a whole different story...
Hilary Swank says, "The paradox of those two Al is really serious and Robin is loose and is able to make people laugh and entertain at any moment..and that's actually his way of concentrating..."
Speaking of concentrating...Jennifer Lopez concentrates on her self defense skills for her new movie called "Enough."
Jennifer Lopez says, "Kind of a like a female rocky, but much more real and intense much more based in real life drama cuz... she went from a regular girl working as a waitress to meeting prince charming to kind of losing it all to fighting her way back..."
"Who's banging on the door..."
In the film Lopez plays a mother and wife trying to escape her stalker-like husband after their picture perfect marriage starts to fall apart.
Her husband, played by Billy Campbell, refuses to let her go. So she hatches a plan to take her life back.
"Relax..close your eyes..."
Lopez's character learns a form of self defense known as Krav Maga.
A no holds barred form of fighting started by the israeli army.
Jennifer says, "I learned a technique that it's specific targets that where women can over power men and deflect and get out of the way and really kind of fight dirty to win cuz that's how you have to fight.."
"Self defense is not murder..."
Both films will be in theatres Friday.