Oct 26, 2011

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The Most Bizarre Gadgets From Movies

I am sure that you seen a lot of movies who had some awesome gadget you wanted to have, true, right? All of them were imaginary, and unreal, but, we selected a list of the most bizarre movie gadgets, so you can take a look, and maybe decide to make one? Good luck, and take a look! And, this is just part 1!

The Copter Hat From Inspector Gadget


Robocop from Robocop


Phone From Tomorrow Never Dies


Wall-E from Wall-E


Old lady disguise from Total Recall


X-Ray Glasses From The World Is Not Enough


Cigarette Dart Gun From You Only Live Twice


Paladin Tether Weapon from Jumper


Utility belt from Batman


Explosive Chewing Gum From Mission: Impossible


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Sep 21, 2011

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Titanic Walk

I am just 100 % sure that every singe human, who watched Titanic movie, was just amazed by the interior of the Titanic. Yes, Titanic was the legendary movie, and, if you ask me, i can watch it another 100 times. Sure you gonna agree with me. But, did you ever wonder how Titanic looks now? Sadly, it’s all old, and not so luxury like back in times when movie was made, but, you can still see the shadows of beauty in it…. Here is interior of Titanic today.  Take a look
















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Sep 19, 2011

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Most Popular Films Of 2011

Movie buffs all knew that 2011 was set to be a bumper year for the industry and so far it has not disappointed. With cinema goers eagerly anticipating the final instalment in a well loved franchise, and sequels to a number of popular hits, the film industry knew it was bringing some hot offerings to the altar of viewing this year.

So far the most popular movies of 2011 with those visiting apollo cinemas and other venues are unsurprising – with the top box office grossing titles including:


  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 – the second instalment of the final book of JK Rowling’s wizarding saga marks the end of an era for fans of the books and films. The film was an emotional one for fans and actors alike with many a tear shed on the set an in the cinema seats as the final takes brought to a close the fantasy story of a generation. Lauded as the best of the series – the final film is well worth a watch.


  • Transformers: Dark of the Moon – the popular robot/machine franchise did it again this year. Shia LeBoeuf is joined by Rosie Huntington-Whitely after the unceremonious departure of Megan Fox from the multi-million dollar line up.


  • The Hangover Part II: You’d think that Alan, Doug, Phil and Stu would’ve learned their lesson in Vegas, but it seems that this is not the case as two years on from the initial stag-night-saga hit the crew head for Thailand and a who new set of pre-wedding problems. Using its own tried and tested format, the second Hangover movie is equally as hilarious as its predecessor – making it unsurprising that the romp was the third biggest box office draw for fans so far this year.


  • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides: Four films in and the Pirates of the Caribbean team is still churning out true blockbusters. In this instalment of the massively successful franchise everyone’s favourite pirate Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) is joined by starlet Penelope Cruz as they hunt for the elusive Fountain of Youth. Swashbucklingly good stuff all round.


  • Fast and Furious 5: Five films in and the Fast and Furious team are still getting it right. Vin Diesel and crew play off criminals against the authorities, with much high-octane adventure as a result. No petrol heads left the cinema disappointed!


  • Cars 2: In a year of sequels, it is no surprise that this Disney Pixar offering stormed the box office, with kids (and big kids!) everywhere eager to get the latest on the exploits of Lightning McQueen and friends – who this time round include the voice of veteran Brit actor Michael Caine, who takes on the role of spy svengali Finn McMissile.


  • Thor: Kenneth Brannagh’s latest directorial offering takes a stroll into the world of Norse mythology to tell the story of Thor the thunder god, who finds himself send away from the heavenly kingdom of Asgard to live with the mere mortals. He soon assimilates and becomes one of their most powerful defenders – with much action resulting.


  • Captain America: The latest in a long line of comic book adaptations stars Chris Evans as the patriot who volunteers as a human guinea pig after being deemed unfit for active duty and turned down by the armed forces. As a result he is turned into the ultimate fighting machine – Captain America.

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Sep 7, 2011

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Children’s Roles in Famous Movies

Sometimes during the filming of the director it is necessary to enter into the story of one of the heroes of my childhood. Very easy to pick up a child who would have looked like an “adult” version of the character. A bad choice can ruin the perception of the film spectator. We suggest you look at the children’s roles in implementing some of the most famous films.


1. “Salt” (2010), starring Angelina Jolie.


2. “Austin Powers” (2002), starring Mike Myers and Robert Wagner.


3. “Pick of Destiny” (2006), starring Jack Black, Kyle Grass, Troy Gentile.


4. “Vicious relation” (2005), starring Aaron Ekhert and Helena Bonham-Carter.


5. “Tenenbaum Bunch” (2001), starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben and Luke Wilson Stiler.


6. “The Kid” (2000), starring Bruce Willis and Spencer Breslin.


7. “The Departed” (2006), starring Matt Damon


8. “Eddie Murphy’s unexpurgated” (1987), starring Eddie Murphy


9. “Our overseas” (2001)


10. “The Time Machine in the Jacuzzi” (2010), starring John Cusack, Rob Kordri, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke.


11. “Titanic” (1997), starring Kate Winslet, Gloria Stuart.


12. “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” (1989), starring Harrison Ford, River Phoenix


13. “A Knight’s Tale” (2001), starring Heath Ledger


14. “Man on the Moon” (1999), starring Jim Carrey


15. “And all lit up” (2005), starring Elijah Wood.

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Aug 9, 2011

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Best And Worst Superhero Costumes

Here is a selection of some of the worst, and some of the best superhero costumes. Trough year we seen so many movies with some interesting costumes on it, and some of them were very good, but some other costumes were just disaster. I won’t talk about that now. Hope you love movie costumes. Take a look, and enjoy!


1. In the movie “Captain America”, which is due in theaters in 2011, Chris Evans costume jumpsuit reminiscent of World War II, said in an interview with «Entertainment Weekly» directed by Joe Johnston. He’s quite modest and practical, no frills. Evans, in his interview with MTV News said that the suit was “very uncomfortable”, but the new version of “Captain America: The First Avenger” superhero costume modernize and he became more comfortable.


2. Thor – not just a super-hero, he, for a moment, the Scandinavian god, so it should look like, respectively. The newspaper “The Los Angeles Times” reported that Chris Hemsuort so afraid that will not be able to look properly, too far for visits to the gym, with the result that a suit sitting on it too tightly and had to alter.


3. Emma Frost in the movie “X-Men: First Class.”


4. Glowing Ryan Reynolds costume from the movie “Green Lantern” – is entirely merit of specialists in computer graphics. What a disappointment for fans!


5. One of the most successful super-heroes costumes in recent years – a suit of “iron man”, played by Robert Downey Jr.. That’s why this dress is so popular with kids at Halloween.


6. Tight tights are not required for super-heroes. An example of this – Seth Rogen in the movie “The Green Hornet.”


7. Customary flower Spider-Man are red, white and blue, but appeared on the screen in the 2007 film “Spider-Man – 3” costume Peter Parker turned into a mysterious fashion black.


8. Costume Mystic was released in 2000 film “X-Men.”


9. Yes, yes, yes, it really is George Clooney’s photo on the left – in the role of the character of the film “Batman and Robin”, was released in 1997. This seems to be one of the strangest costumes for superheroes of all time, is not it? The photo on the right – Michael Keaton in a traditional costume from the movie “Batman”, released in 1989.


10. Here it is, Cat Woman! Michelle Pfeiffer in the movie “Batman Returns” (1992) and Halle Berry in the movie “Catwoman” (2004).


11. Here it is, timeless classic! Christopher Reeve as Superman in the eponymous film, released in 1978.

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Jul 29, 2011

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Voices Of A Cartoon Characters

Have you ever watched a 3D movie, or a cartoon, and just thought That voice is so familiar? I guess you never came up with an answer. Well, i know i’ve been in this situation, and i don’t like it. Here is a selection of some 3D movies and cartoons, and the actors who gave them a voices. I didn’t knew for many of them, and it’s so interesting to find out this. It all makes more sense now!. Hope you are going to enjoy in this, and that you are going to find it interesting.















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Jul 26, 2011

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Miss Marple in Photos

Jennifer Garner plays Miss Marple in a new film company, “Disney,” which changes the perception of the elderly living in a village woman detective, and depicts her thirty years of American crown. Let’s see what the actress playing this iconic role in different movies.

1. The photo Jennifer Garner is shown in the 2005 film “Elektra.”


2. Margaret Rutherford played Miss Marple in four films: “The 16.50 from Paddington” (1961), “After the funeral” (1963), “The most stupid Kill” (1964) and “Hey, Kill” (1964). Rutherford introduced the character of a brave old lady, which differs from stiff like a bird, Miss Marple, which Christie’s described in his novels.


3. In 1980, Angela Lansbury (who went on to play a noble lady detective in the television series “Murder, She Wrote”) is Miss Marple in the film “And tresnuv, mirror ring ….”


4. Joan Hickson starred in the BBC adaptations of all 12 novels, Miss Marple. The series went from 1984 to 1992. Hixon played the cook in the first film in which Margaret Rutherford played Miss Marple.


5. Geraldine McEwan starred in the first three series of Miss Marple, Agatha Christie.


6. Julia McKenzie has taken over the role of Geraldine McEwan in the television series of Miss Marple created by broadcaster ITV. In the photo she is shown with Joan Collins in the film “Through the Mirror.”


7. Helen Hayes played Miss Marple in two television movies, filmed television channel CBS: «Caribbean Mystery” (1983) and “Mirror Murder” (1984). In the photo she is shown in the last film with John Mills and Bette Davis.


8. June Whitfield voiced detective Miss Marple adaptations of all 12 novels for BBC Radio 4. The series aired from 1993 to 2001.


9. In 1977, Dulcie Gray played Miss Marple in the formulation of theater Vastu End “Declared Murder.”


10. Agatha Christie – best-selling novelist of all time. Sold about four million copies of her books. Miss Marple appeared in 12 of its detective stories, Hercule Poirot – 33. Her play “The Mousetrap” holds the record for the maximum number of theatrical productions – it was staged at the Theater Ambassador November 25, 1952, and shows to this day after more than 24 000 hits.


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