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Comments of Twilight Movie

You can immediately see why this film was an international success, it’s a romantic story that many teenagers identify with even if they have horror themes since the inevitable theme deals with vampires, but is in a love story

She plays Kristen Stewart (unrecognizable in The Cake Eaters), while Bella Swan is eager to escape her erratic mother and boyfriend on her tour as she moves to a new school with her father. , local sheriff Charlie Swan played by Billy Burke (Untraceable, 24, Party of Five).

Immediately we get Bella’s distant relationship with her father, while Bella’s voice-over “Charlie’s best is that she does not float” as she shows her room. In his new school, he introduces himself as the new toy, as he joins half the term, and joins quickly with the lovely Jessica Stanley played by Anna Kendrick (his smile is enough to illuminate any room). Read more »

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Celebrity life is not what it seems to be and not always a part

It is a common assumption among the public that celebrities are born with a silver spoon, and have a sumptuous lifestyle, popularity, love, peace, joy, fun, wealth and high patrimonial value of celebrities. For ordinary people, the grass is always greener on the other side, but the truth is, however, completely opposite to what an ordinary person sees. There are advantages and disadvantages to being a celebrity and people can only see one side of the room. The other side is full of thorns, and that is a fact.


The freedoms of celebrities are restricted. Imagine Beyoncé, Justine Beiber or Robert Pattison going for a walk, to a supermarket or to a park. What will happen? They never know where their fans are anxious and impatient, admirers and photographers are waiting to rush and overwhelm them. They can also be literally ambushed by their admirers if they leave their house or hotel without sufficient security. To avoid such scenarios, they should confine themselves in their house or hotel and live alone. They can not hope to lead a normal life as an ordinary man and enjoy the pleasure of visiting a park, shopping mall or supermarket, walking, visiting neighbors, lying on the beach, going to a theater, a restaurant neighborhood or a club night. They are confined in their own isolated world, among the closest ones.
Celebrities still face the risk of harassment, harassment, deception and harassment in their daily lives, as it is a matter of time when fans can go overboard and commit these inconveniences. The exacerbated passions among the fans can even lead to disastrous consequences and physical damage. They must also be on guard every minute of the day to be deceived by unscrupulous people, agents, producers and friends.
Staying away in one’s isolated world leads to loneliness and emptiness. Celebrities feel hurt and depressed, and frequent feelings of nothing. They describe their lives as a void and an abyss, without charm or pleasure. Its emptiness is the hunger of neighbors, sincere friends, natural life and life as a common man where they can laugh, play and enjoy like others. Sometimes loneliness is so overwhelming that they feel something is missing in their lives. Loneliness can also lead to drug cravings, nausea and other depressants that can be dangerous to your health, and an overdose can even kill them.
Celebrities are still under the scrutiny of their fans, magazines, newspapers, tabloids, blogs and electronic media. Scandalous false news, lies, defamation and slander are commonplace in the life of a celebrity. Such false propaganda can reduce its popularity among its fanatics and producers and damage its reputation and profession.
Celebrities lack privacy. Internet and tabloids are full of videos and photos that show privacy and outdoor celebrities. His daily life is always under the scan of the journalism of “people” or “people”, and each of his actions or activities is reflected in the pages of the tabloid press. People also want news about the personal lives of celebrities, and to meet the needs of people and fans, many national tabloids, gossip magazines and gossip columnists have sprung up to publish news. These tabloids are always attentive to scandals and the privacy of celebrities. The advent of cell phones with cameras, hidden cameras and voice recorders has further endangered the privacy of celebrities because sensationalist journalists use these electronic devices to interfere in the personal and private lives of famous people. Read more »

Edward Cullen

Why Edward Cullen is so attractive

I’m in love with Edward Cullen. Deeply, madly in love. When I say that to people, they think I mean Robert Pattison, but I do not think so. I mean, Robert Pattison is a handsome boy, but he’s only human. Edward, however, is a vampire: powerful, restrained and immortal. And yes, I know it’s a fiction, but I’m still in love. Here is why.

He is the last bad boy.

I admit openly, I always had something for the bad guys. I only like the guys I can not move and who know their own minds. I think Edward is the archetype of that.

Edward Cullen has moderation. Read more »

Sexiest Celebrity

Scarlett Johansson – No buns in the ovens

Scarlett Johansson, who has been called “Sexier Sexy Woman” and “Sexiest Celebrity” in recent years, does not intend to be overthrown. Actress Lost in Translation took actor Ryan Reynolds to a clandestine ceremony last September. Despite the seeming hastiness of her decision to tie the knot, Johansson says she is too young to start making babies with him, instead choosing to continue her focus on her acting career.

“I’m 24 years old!” She said. “I have a lot of time for that, I like to work and have fun now.” But she is sure that she will become a mother in due time. There is no time in the immediate future, but certainly somewhere in line with Ryan. In a recent interview with the American television show Entertainment Tonight, he adds: “Someday in the distant future, I’m sure I’ll want to enjoy this part of my life, but I’m not ready for it yet.” Read more »

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The writer – New film critic

The Writer (Roman Polanski, 2010) – What about the “suspense” dialog settings lately? When did these great directors like Scorsese and Polanski decide to shape their films after a Kevin Smith party? Usually when writing “reveal” in a scenario, it is a camera address, it is not a general principle of dialogue. Lately I’ve seen a lot of this trend. First, it took Shutter Island to a stop, then the trend appeared in the flame and Citron out of Denmark (see my review), and is now infected with Roman Polanski in his famous “thriller” The Ghost Writer. In all these films, the main elements of the plot will spread their dramatic and effective formation, fall into the mouths of the characters with a specificity demanding that I can imagine (and witness) to leave the theater scratched his head, saying ” What?” The great amount of information provided to us with a spoon makes us wonder if we are slipping something we do not expect, and when “the great revelation” takes a full hour to implement it feels like never held, and we wonder if we have it lost. Unfortunately, we did not. No one can wake up. It’s a cliché to write a good thriller “keeps guessing.” These films “still know”, so do the anti-suspense? Perhaps this time I will clean my pallet and satisfy my desire longing, with the projection of the tenant. Read more »

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Jazz dance form

Few know today the true origin of jazz music, and even fewer people understand the origin of jazz as a form of dance. There are many influences that have helped to shape the form of jazz. Since there are many, it is difficult to designate one of them as the true origin.

Jazz has many theoretical birthplaces, but it’s a real home is New Orleans. New Orleans has become the “melting pot” of America before the term was invented yet. It was common that there are influences in the culture of French, Spanish, German, English, former slaves and free black men and women. Was this helpful?

Jazz dance, of course, would be as unique and different as music that was meant to be expression. The jazz was much more “cheeky” than they danced in the past and had been in the time, of course it seemed a little impudent or rude. Of course, the traditional, rich and polished society was not interested in this subject. However there are still many places in which the shape of the dance was easily embraced. For the most part, at least in the beginning, it is only in underground cultures that you can find. He then made his way into popular culture later. Read more »

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Scarlett Johansson or Natalie Portman and Jaimie Alexander?

After the incredible number of views I received yesterday from my Scarlett Johansson as a black widow, I decided to see what Iron Man 1/2 and the movie Thor have the best success with female characters. If this were based exclusively on comics, the decision would easily be for the black widow of Iron Man, but the films tell a different story.

The Iron Man films gave us two great female characters. Gwyneth Paltrow plays Pepper Pots, Tony Stark’s colleague and his love interest, while Scarlett Johansson plays SHIELD, a super-spy Black Widow. I first loved Gwyneth Paltrow as Pepper in Iron Man. She played the energetic, fun and mostly fresh role. Paltrow managed to overcome the cliché of the film of superheroes to be a girl in difficulties and leave strong, safe and attractive. More importantly, she had a fantastic chemistry with co-star Robert Downey Jr. Constant emotion would not be with her relationship that kept the audience engaged while offering good comedy moments. Pepper’s performance fell a bit short on Iron Man 2 because part of the screen chemistry with Downey Jr was lost, while his role as C.E.O of Stark Industries was never really convincing. Read more »

Scarlett Johansson

Was Scarlett Johansson the right choice to play the black widow?

Iron Man 2 had fundamental flaws. It was full of different stories of intrigue and drifts from references to the upcoming Avengers movie in 2012. One of the biggest flaws was that aside from the main character Tony Stark, the rest of the cast fell a bit flat. The worst case was the character of Scarlett Johansson, the black widow.

In the comic, the black widow (Natalia Romanova) is a former Soviet spy who was sent to spy on Tony Starks, but after meeting Hawkeye (played by Jeremy Renner in the Avengers), it hurts in the United States and becomes a agent of SHIELD. His skills include unparalleled athleticism, expert combat skills and mastery of various gadgets.

In addition to a brief scene in Iron Man 2, where the widow attacks some of the Hammer Industries guards, the character was a real disappointment. Although the character has one of the best stories in Marvel comics, Scarlett’s performance made me wish that the other actor Emily Blunt took the role instead. Of course, Johansson sees the role of Natalia Romanova, but his actor became flat and too similar to his performances in his other films. I call it Jenifer Aniston syndrome. The widow is also well known for having a Russian accent, but the guys behind Iron Man 2 seem to think it would be a good idea to let it out, even if it’s an essential part of the character. Despite speculation from fans, I doubt we will actually see Johansson throw a Russian accent on the movie Avengers. We will only have to go through the massacre of the character. In addition, the widow is famous for being a spy, but her friends in Iron Man 2 seemed to have joined the company of Tony Stark to profile him for Nick Fury. It’s not corporate espionage, is it? Read more »

Robin Hood

The new version of Robin Hood arrives on DVD

Robin Hood is one of the new DVD movies. The adventure story Robin Hood has been told and told in several Hollywood movies in the last 80 years. There were more than 30 Hollywood changes its story, including comic. The most recent big budget taking, horrible superproduction, Kevin Reynolds Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves (Kevin Costner, Miscasté) was released 19 years ago. In the summer of 2010, Russell Crowe and director of the film Gladiator, Ridley Scott, presented a 2010 version of Robin Hood. Are not we entertained? Any resemblance to the Gladiator Oscar winner is definitely not a coincidence. Scott and Crowe, who also collaborated on American Gangster, Network of lies and a good year, are determined to define their history of origin in the context of history. It is no easy task, considering the Robin Hood stories are mostly fictions as facts. Read more »

Rocket Science

Review of the movie – “Rocket Science”

An emotional and sincere drama, “Rocket Science,” shows that life is more than an exact science. This nervous film, with its spiritual writing and its reflective theme celebrates the determination of a high school student who tries to overcome his impediment in speaking to.

The new Reece Thompson portrays Hal Hefner, a 15-year-old with a minor but socially alienating disability, stutters uncontrollably. Ordering a meal in the school cafeteria is a test because he knows what he wants, but he can not say the word. He lives in a dysfunctional family, his father moves after a warm speech and his older brother terrified calling him a variety of girls’ names. When the school debate champion, Ginny Ryerson (Anna Kendrick) decides to write to the Hal discussion team, we feel her life while the minors dog might change. But can you overcome this huge obstacle? Read more »