Jul 25, 2011

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Top 9 Famous Movie Kisses

How many times did your heart stopped during some really romantic movie kiss? Well, it happen to me many, many times. From that reason, we put together a selection of movie kisses that took your breath away. Well, it will took your breath away if you like romantic movies, and kisses, instead guns, fights and stuff. So, take a look, and enjoy in there wonderful movie kisses.

1. “Gone With the Wind.”


“You really need a kiss”, – says Clark Gable as Rhett Butler Vivien Leigh heroine Scarlett Hare at the scene of the famous film of 1939. “You should kiss, and more often. And with someone who knows a good judge. “And then, making the sentence twice widowed Scarlett, it actually proves that just fits this description.

2. “Lady and the Tramp.”


She – the girl from high society, and he – cute bum. But when the two dogs collided noses, eating a spaghetti spaghetti in this cartoon in 1955, then between them there and then flashed a wonderful feeling.

3. “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”


Truman Capote’s novel 1958, by which the film was made, actually, was not a love story. So that the author was not happy with the film adaptation of 1961. Among other things, the role played by Holly Goliti Marilyn Monroe did not, as would the author of the novel. But the audience accepted the film with a bang. Particularly impressed with all the final scene in which Holly kiss Goliti (Audrey Hepburn) and Paul (George Peppard) has made a rainy New York City park no less romantic backdrop than “zayuzat” pink sunsets.

4. “When Harry Met Sally.”


This comedy in 1989 made ??many contributions to the witty romantic lexicon, prompting debate about whether men and women truly be friends. And of course the audience were crying with emotion when a pair of main characters was reunited in New Year’s Eve. In the words of Billy Crystal (Harry) Meg Ryan (Sally): “I came here today because when you realize that you want to spend with someone the rest of your life, you want all the remaining life began as soon as possible” .

5. “Casting”.


In fact, the script of this film, shot in 1990, Molly Jensen (Demi Moore) appears in the frame with Ode Mae Brown (Whoopi Goldberg). But as the seer Oda Mae “translates” the signal from the dead guy Molly Sam Whit (Patrick Sueyzi) on the screen we see Sam and Molly.

6. “Titanic.”


Director James Cameron originally planned to make a movie “in the style of Audrey Hepburn,” highlighting the kinohita of 1997 the main character, but Leonardo DiCaprio began to strike, threatening to abandon the role. We still take your breath away when we vydim the frame, where Rose played by Kate Winslet kissing a character DiCaprio, despite the fact that, as recently stated by Leonardo, “kiss with Kate – it’s like that kiss my sister.”

7. “SpiderMan.”


Kiss upside down Spider-Man (Tobey Maguaer) and Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst) in 2002 made ??kinokomikse Maguaera breath away. But not for the reason that you’re thinking. “All this time my nose went numb rainwater – complains an actor. – When Kirsten lifted my mask, then finally cut off my air. “

8. “Slumdog Millionaire.”


At first glance, it is clear why Dzhmal (Dev Patel) was so in love with his childhood friend Latika (Pinto Fred). And when they finally kissed on a railway platform in Mumbai, this time has become so well gives hope for the happy ending, as well as the ensuing awkward scene with the dance. Nevertheless, a couple still keeps their relationship and outside the shooting area.

9. “Twilight”.


Even the most ardent opponent of Bella and Edward’s relationship – Jacob – could not deny that their first kiss madly romantic. Kristen Stewart, who always mute as a fish when it comes to her relationship with partner Robert Pattinson set behind the scenes, to appreciate the beauty of the moment. When asked about the good memories of the shooting, she blurted out without thinking, “I kissed Edward Cullen.”

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Jul 21, 2011

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Most Romantic Movies In The History Of Cinema

All of this – movies that make speed up heart rate and who are the tears in his eyes – the most romantic movies in the world cinema. And just about anyone there nor discussed: the man and woman, or man and man or a troll princess and – they are all about love

1. “Gone With the Wind” (1941)


And, of course, none of the love stories of Hollywood production does not become so popular as “Gone With the Wind.” Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh (an English actress, at that time completely unknown in America), embodied on-screen characters novelist Margaret Mitchell and the vicissitudes of civil war in the United States. The film won ten “Oscars”, and for twenty years, this record has remained out of reach.

2. “Casablanca” (1942)


Give me look at you, kid. “This quote from the movie, which began as a banal romantic melodrama, has become world famous. The film begins in the Moroccan night club during the Second World War. The relationship of heroes – a cynical American immigrant in the performance of Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman’s brilliant character – is the story of a lost, newly-found and lost love. It was she who made ??this film truly immortal.

3. An unforgettable novel” (1957)


History of unfulfilled passion heroes Carrie Grant and Deborah Kerr, met on board the ocean liner and fall in love, despite the fact that each of them connected already existing relations. Cult film did not stop even become what they are, in fact, is a remake of the movie “Roman” (1939), where the main characters played by Charles Boyer and Irene Dunne.

4. “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (1961)


For several decades before Carrie Bradshaw started the project, “Sex and the City” appeared Holly Golightly, the New York party girl, whose daring, like a huge cigarette mouthpiece, mask the internal vulnerability and fragility of the heroine. George Peppard plays in this movie, a sentimental writer, who falls in love. The film is based on the novel by Truman Capote.

5. “Doctor Zhivago” (1965)


What could be more romantic than a pre-doomed love against the backdrop of epic events of the Russian Revolution? Nothing, perhaps that in addition to the soundtrack became the world-famous “Theme of Lara.” Some critics have expressed about the movie pretty dramatically immediately after its release in theaters, but now he is considered a classic. Omar Sharif and Julie Christie played the main characters in this film.

6. “The Sound of Music” (1965)


On the eve of World War II, a former nun, falls in love with disillusioned with life-Austrian widower with one’s children she is a governess. It does not sound too realistic, but the film is based on the true story of Maria von Trapp and her family. Starring Christopher Plummer and Julie Andrews. The film is an adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.

7. “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967)


They’re young, they are in love … and they kill people. “That’s what is a summary of the love story that shook the audience. Danava Faye and Warren Beatty have played in this movie bank robbers, on whose conscience lives of at least nine police officers. The action takes place during the period of the Great Depression in the United States.

8. “Love Story” (1970)


Love – is when you simply do not have to apologize for anything and do not regret. “At least, if this is love between a student Rheinau O’Neal and a girl from a poor family, Ali MacGraw, the protagonists of the cult novel by Eric Segal, who became an instant bestseller. The film ends with the protagonist’s death from an incurable disease – but to the very end it remains as beautiful.

9. “The meeting of two hearts” (“What we were”) (1973)


In the romantic tales of Hollywood production opposite always attract. This happens in this film about a young writer (the hero of Robert Retforda) and a desperate party to the left of the political movement (the heroine of Barbara Streisand). Is their love enough to overcome the divisive politics? Streisand also plays the main theme song for the film, which became a hit after its release, the number one in the U.S..

10. “Grease” (1978)


Yeah, 50th from a height of 1978 seemed much more romantic. The film was played by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. The film is an adaptation of the Broadway musical and the popularity has overtaken even the legendary “Sound of Music.”

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Jul 15, 2011

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A Movie Captured in One Shot

New York photographer Gregory Crewdson makes impressive photography works about American myths, showing the downside of American dream thanks to the surrealism touch. Crewdson builds elaborate sets for his photography to take pictures that are foreboding and with extraordinary detail.  Each photo is the result of work of a whole team of decorators, light engineers, extras. Usually so much effort is done to shoot a movie. In this case it is all done to make just one shot which tells the whole story and bears a mystery. The images are frozen in time and there’s no before or after. It gives a viewer a possibility to imagine and to expand this “movie” in their minds. Crewdson has made that his unique strength.
















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Jun 12, 2011

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HGTV Design Star

HGTV design star competition is around the corner again. This time we are the 6th season of the competition which started first in 2006. The opportunity offered by the HGTV is a unique one where designers who know their onus in different aspect of the profession will be made to compete with other professionals in the same field. The competition has been very interactive since it commenced some five years ago. Experience has shown that the proceeding competition proved to be better than the previous years. Innovations are added to make the competition more interesting and competitive than the previous years.


HGTV Design Star


This year which will mark the 6th season of the competition will feature some of the old judges who would be beefed up with other new judges who know about different aspects in the design and fashion industry. There are basically two things that involved in the competition. The first involves the contestant making his location or stand to be unique and better than the stand of the other competitors and the second involves live demonstration of the activity of the designer. Each week there would elimination until there is only one designer standing. Many people are already expecting a lot from this year’s competition as online discussion is already showing.


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Jun 2, 2011

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Movie Premieres in June 2011

On the last day of spring, see the June issue of reviewing the film premieres. At this time there are not many more than usual. According to established tradition, already at the end of registration you will find a poll. Note that in a poll, you can choose any number of films.

1. X-Men: First Class


Genre: Action, Fantasy, Drama
Premiere in the CIS: June 2, 2011
X-Men: First Class is a prequel of all history and the beginning of the Saga of the X-Men. Picture tells a secret history of the many high-profile, but shrouded in mystery events. Even before the mutants become an integral part of the world and, before Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr took them new names Professor X and Magneto, two young men first discovered his supernatural powers. Not sworn enemies, they are from the very beginning were close friends, worked together and with other mutants (with friends and newcomers) to stop Armageddon. While working in their world a fatal inconsistency, which grew into a complete misunderstanding. This was the beginning of the war between the Brotherhood and Magneto X-Men Professor X.

2. The Hangover 2

Genre: Comedy
Premiere in the CIS: June 2, 2011
Stu after a stormy night, wakes up in a society transsexual. He was terrified and did not remember anything. To the aid of friends to help Stu to recall the previous night.

3. Fair Game


Genre: Action, drama, thriller, biography
Premiere in the CIS: June 2, 2011
Former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, given the task to investigate the possible sale to Iraq of weapons of mass destruction, finds no evidence of the facts of this transaction. On the contrary, he proved that the reasons for invading Iraq, are not true. Joseph Wilson has repeatedly publicly stated that the U.S. invaded Iraq under totally false pretext. A year later, Secretary of U.S. Vice President Lewis Libby issue reporters confidential information that the wife of the former ambassador is a CIA agent. Such a statement threatening the very life of Mrs. Wilson.

4. Hop


Genre: Comedy
Premiere in the CIS: June 9, 2011
Knocking machine Easter bunny, an unemployed Fred forced to give away colored eggs kids around the world, waiting for the recovery of double-crested.

5. The Tree of Life

USA (2011)
Genre: Fantasy, Drama
The life story of 11-year old Jack. Each of the parents of Jack tries to instill in him his perception of life. Mother teaches her son the good and selfless love, the father insists on the primacy of the interests in this life. Reality becomes murkier when the boy has to face the pain, suffering and death.

6. Green Lantern

USA (2011)
Genre: Action
Lantern ring, granting its bearer capabilities: to materialize green energy, change the structure of matter, become invisible, fly at supersonic speed, allows you to use superhuman strength, invulnerability and adds a relative longevity, as well as the ability to communicate with all known forms of intelligent life, gets to test pilot Hal Jordan, after the hero finds a crashed spaceship.Jordan discovers an alien spacecraft and that gives him a ring, which becomes a newfound superhero ticket to the Green Lantern Corps, Guardians of the Universe living on the planet Oa

7. Super 8

USA (2011)
Genre: fiction, thriller, detective
In 1979 a train carrying containers labeled USAF from “Area 51 where the biggest secret UFO Laboratory of the U.S. falls into a catastrophe. From the container breaks the monster, whom several witnesses can be removed at the Super 8 camera.

It is interesting to know …
JJ Abrams in his childhood from his grandfather received a gift – a Super 8 camera. According to the UFO, it was in 1979 in Area 51 there was a conflict with extraterrestrial beings, which killed 60 U.S. servicemen.

8. The Ward


USA (2010)
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Kristen is being treated in a psychiatric hospital. Along with her ??being treated four more girls. At night, when a hospital is plunged into darkness, she hears a strange frightening sounds and understand what they were not alone. One after the other girls begin to disappear, and Kristen understands that it must as soon as possible to get out of here. Trying to escape, she realizes that the true nature sounds much worse than it might seem at first.

9. Cars 2

Genre: Cartoon
In the new sequel animated film Cars characters will need to straighten yourself passport and be in thethe heart of of intrigue during the races around the globe . Lightning McQueen and Mater go to his friend to participate in the first international rally to be the fastest car of the planet. On the road Maitre is embroiled in a spy game, causing him to split between McQueen and by the secret service.

10. Bridesmaids


USA (2011)
Genre: Comedy
At Annie’s personal life a mess, and it was not to fun. But the girls have to forget about their problems: because soon she has to go on a bachelorette party for best friend.
Otorvut girls as boys did not dream

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May 31, 2011

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The Hangover 2 – Review

“It happened again…” groans Bradley Cooper down the phone in The Hangover: Part II’s opening scene. “Worse than you can even imagine.” Woah. Pretty bold to open your sequel with a line that could so easily be interpreted as prophetic there, Mr Cooper. While Hangover 2: The Drunkening isn’t quite as bad as you can imagine, it is precisely what you expect: same shit, different continent.

A sequel to The Hangover was always inevitable, but you’d hope that Todd Phillips would trust his audience enough to try and do something different with the follow-up. There’s obviously a requirement to have a certain degree of familiarity – a nod and an in-joke here, a character cameo there – but The Hangover: Part II shows the writers have absolutely no faith in their characters or their own ability to take them somewhere new.


At first, that over-familiarity is played for laughs. It’s happening again – that’s the joke, and we’re in on it. But then as the story continues down the exact same path and hits the exact same plot beats as the first, you realise that it’s not actually being played for laughs any more. It’s not just the same concept as the first movie – it’s the same movie.

There’s the opening bombshell, the rewind, the awkward scene with Alan; the fast-forward, the groggy morning after, the hunt for the missing member; the red herring, the kidnapping, the bait and switch. Ed Helms even has a mini-musical interlude – in the original, it felt like a sweet little aside, but here it’s yet another box ticked marked ‘THIS WORKED, DO THIS AGAIN’. By the time Mike Tyson turns up for his dreadful cameo, all of the movie’s goodwill is burned through like paraffin.


The Hangover: Part II abides by the unspoken rule of the sequel: everything has to be bigger, crazier and louder than before. This works to a point (hearing the extremely graphic description of an encounter with a ladyboy is cringeworthy yet hilarious) and Bangkok is the perfect location for such a set-up, but the incessant need to one-up the original in terms of shock value grates quite quickly. A group of pilled-up American bachelors being assholes in Vegas works just fine, but taking the same obnoxious jerks and dropping them slap-bang in the middle of another culture renders queasy results.
Everything is just so unnecessarily aggressive. Bradley Cooper’s Phil graduates from a chest-thumping alpha male in the original to a borderline sociopath; Zach Galfianakis’ wildcard Alan is still “literally too stupid to insult” but goes from being a well-meaning idiot to a unforgivably idiotic buffoon. Only Ed Helms’ Stu has any sort of meaningful character arc, and it’s not a particularly well-sketched one – nothing in The Hangover: Part II feels like it’s progressed past the first draft. It’s clear also that Todd Phillips has a real disdain for women – or perhaps it’s just total and utter indifference on his part. Jamie Chung as Stu’s wife has nothing to do except wait out the storm with a concerned look on her face and hug her fiancée upon his return, despite the fact he’s sporting a facial tattoo on their wedding day. No shit-fits? No screaming? No sign of independence at all? Maybe that’s just Todd Phillips’ comment on the passive nature of all Asian chicks, right? Something like that.


There are a few good lines in among all the winks and nudges (“I wish monkeys could Skype”), but they’re only heard when the background din is at a minimum – frankly a little more downtime is needed. If The Hangover: Part II makes lots of money – and let’s face it, it will – then The Hangover: Part III has to be considered a terrifyingly real possibility, but this franchise has gone as far as it can for now. Maybe an early night wouldn’t be such a bad thing for once.


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May 29, 2011

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Top 10 Movies In 2010

We’re sure seen some really interesting movies in a last year, but some of them were truly awesome. Well, you might not like the list, but we make a lots of effort to make it, and if you have any suggestion, you know where to find me. Take a look in a last year, and enjoy in there cool movies.

10. Monsters


After a NASA deep-space probe crash lands in Mexico, alien life forms spread throughout the U.S.–Mexico border region, leading to the quarantine of the northern half of Mexico. The U.S. and Mexican militaries battle to contain the creatures, while a wall stretching along the American border ostensibly keeps the United States protected. The film begins with night vision footage of a US Army patrol driving through a town in the middle of the night. One of the soldiers is humming Wagner’s “Ride of the Valkyries”. An explosion flips one of the vehicles, and flashes of gunfire show US soldiers firing at an enormous tentacled creature. In the background, a radio transmission from one of the soldiers obtains approval for a dangerously close air strike. Meanwhile, a civilian screams for help and attempts to drag a woman off the road and away from the creature. The soldiers withdraw as the man is left behind, lifting the woman and trying to carry her away. Moments later, an air-to-ground missile homes in on the creature.

9. Kick Ass


Kick-Ass is a 2010 superhero action film based on the comic book of the same name by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. The film was directed by Matthew Vaughn, who co-produced the film with actor Brad Pitt, and co-wrote the screenplay with Jane Goldman. The film’s general release was on 25 March 2010 in the United Kingdom and on 16 April 2010 in the United States.The film tells the story of an ordinary teenager, Dave, who sets out to become a real-life superhero, calling himself “Kick-Ass”. Dave gets caught up in a bigger fight when he meets Big Daddy, a former cop who, in his quest to bring down the drug lord Frank D’Amico, has trained his eleven-year-old daughter to be the ruthless vigilante Hit-Girl.Despite having generated some controversy for its profanity and violence performed by a child actor, Kick-Ass has received mostly positive reviews.

8. Toy Story 3


The plot focuses on the toys Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and their friends dealing with an uncertain future as their owner, Andy, prepares to leave for college. Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Don Rickles, Estelle Harris, John Ratzenberger, Wallace Shawn, Jeff Pidgeon, Jodi Benson, R. Lee Ermey, John Morris, and Laurie Metcalf reprised their voice-over roles from the previous films. Jim Varney, who played Slinky Dog in the first two films, and Joe Ranft, who portrayed Wheezy and Lenny, both died before production began on Toy Story 3. The role of Slinky Dog was taken over by Blake Clark, while Ranft’s characters and various others were written out of the story. New characters include performances by Ned Beatty, Timothy Dalton, Kristen Schaal, Bonnie Hunt, Whoopi Goldberg, Jeff Garlin, and Michael Keaton.

7. Shutter Island


Shutter Island is a 2010 American psychological thriller film directed by Martin Scorsese. The film is based on Dennis Lehane’s 2003 novel of the same name. Production started in March 2008. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as U.S. Marshal Edward “Teddy” Daniels, who is investigating a psychiatric facility located on the island named in the title. The film grossed over $128 million in its initial domestic theater release. Shutter Island was originally stated to be released on October 2, 2009, but Paramount Pictures pushed the release date to February 19, 2010.

6. Four Lions


Four Lions is a 2010 British black comedy film. It is the debut feature from director Chris Morris, written by Morris, Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong.[1] The film is a Jihad satire following a group of Jihadi homegrown Islamist terrorists from Sheffield, United Kingdom.

5. A Prophet


A Prophet  is a 2009 French prison film directed by Jacques Audiard. Audiard claims that the film aims at “creating icons, images for people who don’t have images in movies, like the Arabs in France,” though he also had stated that the film “has nothing to do with his vision of society,” and is a work of fiction.The film was a nominee for Best Foreign Language Film at the 82nd Academy Awards, in 2010, when the Oscar went to the Argentine crime drama, The Secret in Their Eyes.

4. The Social Network


The Social Network is a 2010 drama film about the founding of the social networking website Facebook and the resulting lawsuits. The film was directed by David Fincher and features a cast including Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake, Brenda Song, Armie Hammer, Max Minghella, Rashida Jones, Joseph Mazzello, and Rooney Mara.Aaron Sorkin’s screenplay adapts Ben Mezrich’s 2009 book The Accidental Billionaires. Sorkin makes a cameo appearance as an unimpressed advertiser. Neither founder Mark Zuckerberg nor any other member of Facebook was involved with the project, although Eduardo Saverin was a consultant for Mezrich. The film was released in the United States by Columbia Pictures on October 1, 2010.

3. The Road


The Road is a 2009 post-apocalyptic drama film directed by John Hillcoat and written by Joe Penhall. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning 2006 novel of the same name by American author Cormac McCarthy, the film stars Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee as a father and his son in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Filming took place in Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and Oregon. The film received a limited release in North American cinemas from November 25, 2009, and was released in UK cinemas on January 4, 2010

2. Scott Pilgrim Vs The World

Scott-Pilgrim-MovieScott Pilgrim vs. the World is a 2010 comedy film directed by Edgar Wright, based on the graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim by Bryan Lee O’Malley. The film is about Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera), a young Canadian musician, meeting the girl of his dreams, Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), an American delivery girl. In order to win Ramona, Scott learns that he must defeat Ramona’s “seven evil exes”, who are coming to kill him

1. Inception


Inception is a 2010 science fiction action film, written, co-produced, and directed by Christopher Nolan. The film features an ensemble cast starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Dileep Rao, Tom Berenger, and Michael Caine. DiCaprio plays Dom Cobb, a specialized corporate spy and thief. His work consists of secretly extracting valuable commercial information from the unconscious mind of his targets while they are asleep and dreaming. Unable to visit his children, Cobb is offered a chance to regain his old life in exchange for an almost impossible task: “inception”, the planting of an idea into a target’s subconscious.

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