Cinéma

22 May 19
Chloe Moss

I took screenshots from a range of different perspectives to help me decided on how I want my final designs to be displayed together. I don’t like this angle because you cannot see the edge of the sofa or the coffee table. I want to be able to see the whole sofa as this is […]

22 May 19
Middle East Affairs

Tehran, Iran – Reza Abdollahi isn’t just a fan of cryptocurrencies. He’s among the fledgling ranks of business owners in Iran who accept them as a form of payment. For the past six months, customers at his Mashhad restaurant, 1001 Nights Cinema Pizza, have been able to cover their tabs in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. They even get a 50 […]

22 May 19
HHN Unofficial

Ever wanted to go to a Stranger Things themed event where the whole of Hawkins, Indiana is being meticulously reproduced?  Well we have the event for you!  By the creative minds that brought you Casino Royale, Dirty Dancing, Star Wars (and many others!), Secret Cinema is set to debut their latest offering later this year. […]

22 May 19
Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the series of Posts from Your Archives, where bloggers put their trust in me. In this series, I dive into a blogger’s archives and select four posts to share here to my audience. If you would like to know how it works here is the original post: https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2019/04/28/smorgasbord-posts-from-your-archives-newseries-pot-luck-and-do-you-trust-me/ This is the third post […]

22 May 19
Archy news nety

In Hamlet, there is a line in which the Prince of Denmark declares, "The time has passed." Shakespeare may have written these words yesterday, not more than 400 years ago, because we live in a world where our perception of the Time is shifted. Humanity should act to preserve its long-term future. Instead, short-term thinking […]

22 May 19
Tubetamil.com

RashmikaMandanna who broke everyone’s heart in #GeethaGovindham is said to the lead of #Thalapathy in #Vijay64 helmed by Maanagaram fame Lokesh.

22 May 19
Archy Worldys

LUIS MARTNEZ Cannes (special envoy) Updated Wednesday, 22 may 2019 – 13:38 The director of 'rase once in … Hollywood' confesses that his film number 9 is, in truth, a compendium of all his work and himself Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Quentin Tarantino and Brad Pitt in the presentation of 'rase once in Hollywood'. REUTERS […]

22 May 19
IndieWire
Ascending the red carpet to the world premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s elegiac 1969 portrait of Los Angeles, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio looked like movie stars. That’s a commodity in short supply these days: stars who can open movies because fans want to see them. At the film’s after-party on the roof of the Marriott Hotel, Brad Pitt admitted that he was seeing Quentin Tarantino’s movie for the first time. “The reaction was amazing,” he said. And Leonardo DiCaprio told me the film was Tarantino’s “homage to cinema, to the unrecognized people on the sidelines.” There’s going to plenty of material for the eventual DVD extras, it seems, as Pitt and DiCaprio watched a movie that was missing some of their scenes, several of which Tarantino alluded to in the press conference on Wednesday, including a recreation of “The Great Escape” starring Dalton. (“Rick would have been good!”) The two stars, who came up in the industry together but had never teamed before on a movie, leaned on each other, they told the press, as they had to be able to improvise for their director on cue. Tarantino gave Pitt and DiCaprio deep back stories for their characters Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, the western star on the decline and his loyal driver and stuntman who “carries the load,” as they tell one interviewer. Brad Pitt, Quentin Tarantino, Margot Robbie, and Leonardo DiCaprio “It’s a love letter to the outsiders of this industry,” said DiCaprio, who said he identified with “this guy on the outskirts as times were changing.” He cited such unsung heroes of Tarantino’s as Ralph Meeker, Ty Hardin, and Eddie Burns as examples of actors whose work he appreciates. “To me, the film is about coming home. … This is his love story of his industry.” For Pitt, while Dalton is struggling to get ahead, his character has accepted his place and “will take whatever comes,” he said, adding that the 1969 Manson murders marked “a pivotal moment and a real loss of innocence.” While the movie boasts a sprawling cast, it’s really a classic two-hander — a bromance even — between DiCaprio and Pitt. They both described their collaboration as comfortable and easy. “It was great fun,” said Pitt, “knowing knowing the best of the best was on the opposite side holding up the scene with you. There was a great relief in that. We had similar experiences to laugh about. I hope to do it again.” “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” While Margot Robbie is superb as Roman Polanski’s wife Sharon Tate, who she plays as a “ray of light,” she said, to honor the actress tragically slain by Charles Manson’s cult, she has nowhere near the screen time (or the dialogue, as one interlocutor pointed out at the presser) as the two leads. Nor does anyone else — Damon Harriman as Manson, Timothy Olyphant as a western actor, Emile Hirsch as Jay Sebring, Al Pacino as a manager (again, one of his scenes hit the cutting room floor), Damian Lewis as Steve McQueen, Rafal Zawierucha as Roman Polanski, Lorenza Izzo as Dalton’s Italian wife, Mike Moh as Bruce Lee, Kurt Russell as a stunt coordinator, and the many characters who appear fleetingly at the Manson family’s Spahn Ranch, including Bruce Dern, Dakota Fanning, Lena Dunham and Scoot McNairy. Many listed cast don’t appear in the movie at all, including Danny Strong, Luke Perry, James Marsden, Michael Madsen, James Remar, and Tim Roth. The film, after all, already has two mega-stars to drive it. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” premiered in Competition at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. Sony Pictures releases it theatrically on July 26, 2019.
22 May 19
PushUP24

Why Naperville, Illinois Is the Coolest Suburb in America For Crafters by Karen Berner (Image Credit: Sarah Crowley/Apartment Therapy) Naperville was chosen as one of Apartment Therapy’s Coolest Suburbs in America 2019. We showcased the burbs nationwide that offer the most when it comes to cultural activities, a sense of community, and simply a good […]

22 May 19
Ebook Mania

Libertà senza limiti dell’iminaginazione, gusto dell’avventura e dell’esotismo, esaltazione dei valori dell’individuo spinta a tratti sino a un istintivo vagheggiamento di ideali anarchici, caratterizzano sin dagli inizi la narrativa di Paustovskij, l’unico grande romanziere sovietico che sia riuscito a portare avanti sin dentro il «disgelo» una sua linea di coraggiosa e coerente autonomia espressiva, senza scendere a compromessi e senza incorrere, tuttavia, nell’ostracismo della critica ufficiale.
Ne *Le nubi scintillanti,* il più importante romanzo della sua prima fase creativa, scritto e pubblicato nel 1928, la fantasia tipica dello scrittore si organizza spontaneamente nei modi del racconto poliziesco e d’avventura. Erano gli anni in cui i formalisti russi, da Šklovskij a Ejchenbaum, teorizzavano la «canonizzazione dei generi minori» sottolineando l’importanza di un’arte che utilizzasse a fini rivoluzionari espedienti come quelli dell’intrigo, del colpo di scena e dello sviluppo «a sensazione». Il filo conduttore della narrazione è la ricerca del diario di un aviatore poeta, sottratto da un avventuriero americano: ricerca che conduce attraverso Russia, Ucraina e Caucaso un terzetto di personaggi mossi da una sottile e struggente inquietudine. Soste nei porti e in cittadine che hanno profumi e misteri d’oriente, apparizioni bizzarre, amori con prostitute dostoevskiane, colpi di pistola e risse nelle taverne sono le tappe di un itinerario nel quale si congiungono idealmente una ironica eco dell’allora nascente cinema d’azione, l’omaggio ai grandi maestri della letteratura fantastica come Stevenson e Poe e il mito tipicamente russo e romantico del viaggio inteso come simbolo di evasione e conoscenza.
Alla celebrazione e alla stilizzazione dell’esotico, che si rispecchia — come in Babel’, uno scrittore a cui Paustovskij fu intimamente legato durante il suo soggiorno a Odessa — nelle forme sgargianti del paesaggio e del folclore meridionali, fa riscontro ne Le nubi scintillanti una prosa al tempo stesso calcolatissima e naturale, densa di riferimenti reali e slanci visionari.

22 May 19
TRITODTI91 ALABAMA

Scaricare giochi completi bello am attenzione ai virus, un modo per evitare i pericoli dei virus è quello di giocare online con i videogames in flash. Scegli il portale italiano di giochi sicuri e senza pericoli. Se stai cercando dei giochi gratis per PC per spezzare la noia delle pause in ufficio, ti consiglio di […]

22 May 19
DEAD FROG PRODUCTIONS

Written by Adam Harcourt Adam Sandler is cinematic poison. His films linger in the watering hole of comedy, and his insipidly infectious style has spawned an unnerving amount of disposable comedies; the kind of film only a knuckle dragging troglodyte could laugh at. ‘Jack and Jill’, one of Adam Sandler’s most recent stumbles into ‘comedy’, […]

22 May 19
Alix Cozens 19 Level 2 Final Major Project

What I got from reading the script on what the play was about and how it used description to metaphorically show what birds had in correlation with his play, The author states that no character is based on a specific bird, but they could have bird-like characteristics, particularly in movement. Their bird- like Problems can […]

22 May 19
NERDS LIKE ME

Two separate people nominated me for the Sunshine Blogger Award in the same week! Please go visit Chloe at Writing the Blues Away, and Sarah at Mommin’ in the Real World – they have some wonderful posts and great content, and they deserve all the love! Sunshine Blogger Award Rules The Sunshine Blogger Award is […]