The Majestic movie trailer

Peter talks with Emmett (the theater’s usher), who tells Peter that he realized that Peter wasn’t Luke the The Majestic movie trailer  moment Emmett heard Peter “pounding out that fine roadhouse boogie” tune on the piano, which Luke could never learn to play. Emmett kept quiet, realizing that the town needed “Luke” to be the town’s hope for the future. Peter’s agent advises him to “admit” and then denounce his past associations with the Communist Party, and presents him with a list of named “Communists” that he could read before the committee to clear his name. Initially, Peter reluctantly agrees to this plan, but an argument with Adele and a letter he finds in a pocket-sized copy of The Constitution that was written as a sort of “goodbye letter” from the real Luke (voiced by Matt Damon) trying to explain to Adele that he knows he might die for a real cause, inspire Peter to instead confront the committee. At the hearing headed up by Congressman Doyle (Hal Holbrook) which is televised with the citizens of Lawson also watching, Peter makes an impassioned speech about American ideals, which wins the crowd over. Fearing a political backlash, the lawmakers let him go free. Peter then finds out that it was, in fact, the girl that he went to the college meeting with years before that named him to the committee. Soon after, Peter sits in with the same group of unseen studio executives that was heard at the film’s opening, brainstorming changes to the plot of the same film yet again. Exasperated
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The Majestic Movie wallapper

The Majestic Movie wallapper Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C., Congressional committee member Elvin Clyde (Bob Balaban) is convinced that Appleton’s disappearance is proof that he is a Communist. Clyde sends two federal agents to search for him. Back in Lawson, not everyone believes that “Luke” is back.
A few days later, the town throws a welcome home party for “Luke” headed by Mayor Ernie Cole (Jeffrey DeMunn). The town then asks him to play the piano, but instead of playing one of the classics he was taught to play as a kid, he falls into a roadhouse boogie tune. On his way home, he runs into Bob Leffert (Karl Bury), a one-handed veteran who knew the real Luke, did not like him, and is convinced that Peter is not Luke. Bob then punches him when Peter makes a remark about how the war must have damaged him more than is readily apparent. Peter, Harry, Adele, and the other staff members of The Majestic and the rest of the townsfolk work together to restore the theater to its former glory. Peter also convinces the town to finally display a memorial that President Franklin D. Roosevelt had commissioned after the war, but the town did not have the heart to erect. watch more 

The Majestic Movie wiki

The Majestic Movie  is a 2001 American drama film, directed by Frank Darabont and starring Jim Carrey and Laurie Holden.Appleton gets drunk and accidentally drives his car off a bridge and into a river. He is knocked unconscious, wakes up on an ocean beach with amnesia, and finds himself in a small town called Lawson after being discovered by Stan Keller (James Whitmore) who takes him to the local doctor named Doc Stanton (David Ogden Stiers). The townsfolk believe him to be Luke Trimble, one of the town boys killed in World War II nine years before, and embrace him as a symbol of hope. “Luke” is at first mildly hesitant to embrace this life but he eventually settles in to “his old life”, and with his “father” Harry (Martin Landau) and his “girlfriend” Adele Stanton (Laurie Holden), starts to restore The Majestic theater, an old movie house that had been closed because of hard times
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The Majestic Movie Poster

The Majestic is a 2001 American drama film, directed by Frank Darabont and starring Jim Carrey and Laurie Holden. Written by Michael Sloane, the film features a supporting cast of Martin Landau, David Ogden Stiers, James Whitmore, Bob Balaban, Jeffrey DeMunn, and Hal Holbrook. Filmed in Ferndale, California,[2] it was released by Warner Bros. Pictures on December 21, 2001. Jim Carrey’s performance in The Majestic was a departure from his previous work, which were mostly comedy films.In the early 1950s, Peter Appleton (Jim Carrey), an up-and-coming young screenwriter, is in a meeting of Hollywood executives who are dreaming up ways to radically change the plot of a movie he has written. Not long after, he learns that he has been accused of being a Communist because he attended an antiwar meeting in college years before, a meeting he claims he only attended to impress a girl. In an instant, his new film is pushed back for a few months, the credit is given to someone else, his movie star girlfriend leaves him, and his contract with the studio is dropped. watch more