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The Parody Movie Trailer For 'airboarders' Is The Best Video You










MY CAPTAIN! That's what people all around the world were saying in April 2009 when a small band of Somali raiders hijacked the Maersk Alabama cargo ship in the Indian Ocean and held its crew for ransom, triggering a deadly standoff with U.S. Navy warships. Pirates hadn't captured an American vessel since the early 1800s, and the outcome hinged on the actions and decisions of a single blue-collar Everyman, a veteran merchant mariner named Capt. Richard Phillips. One of those people who thought it sounded like a Hollywood film happened to be Tom Hanks, soanow it is http://journals.fotki.com/folkturbestdab/my-blog/entry/wqfgrrgrsbrws/ one. When Hanks signed on to star, the two-time Oscar winner also helped recruit director Paul Greengrass, who'd previously made a film about a true-life hijacking with the 9/11 movie United 93. <br>Source: http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20483133_20721928,00.html







The Oscar-winning actor, a heartthrob to many after his wet shirt scene as Mr Darcy in the BBC's "Pride and Prejudice", told the Daily Mail newspaper he would voice the bear in a film combining live action with computer-generated images (CGI). Australian Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman will play the villain in the movie spearheaded by David Heyman, the producer of the Harry Potter movies. "Paddington will be computer generated, and I will speak his lines with, I suspect, a slight Peruvian flavour," Firth, 53, told the Mail. "Every other character in the film will be real, live human beings. "But the idea is that Paddington will have something of me in his DNA because I???m going to do some sessions wearing go here one of those helmets with cameras to capture my face muscles, and all that data will somehow be incorporated into Paddington." The hairy marmalade-eater made his first appearance in 1958 in Michael Bond's book A Bear Called Paddington, in which the Brown family find him sitting in Paddington train station, having made his way there from "darkest Peru". The family adopt Kim Kardashian Jam the bear -- who carries an old hat, a suitcase and a sign reading "Please Look After This Bear" -- and he goes on to have 20 books' worth of adventures. <br>Source: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/09/13/colin-firth-to-voice-paddington-bear-in-new-movie/







Movie review: The Frozen Ground (NC16)



Billed as an "official movie trailer" and released to Youtube by Bath Boys Comedy group , a nearly 4 minute video for "Airboarders" may be the most hilarious video you watch all day. The video is pitch-perfect parody of a movie trailer, starting with a group of friends driving, when one in the backseat discovers a business card and shows off tricks he can pull with it outside the car window. "I call it airboarding," he says, before the driver stops to say the move was incredible. The video continues to build, showing the epic rise of the group of friends in the "sport" before their eventual falling out. It ends with one insulting another, asking, "are you a man or are you just a bunch of business cards looking like a man?" It's worth watching the entire thing (some language): <br>Source: http://www.sfgate.com/technology/businessinsider/article/The-Parody-Movie-Trailer-For-Airboarders-Is-The-4812908.php





‘Insidious: Chapter 2,’ movie review



Director James Wan (The Conjuring) is a brand name in horror, and to his credit adds a gloss on several riffs from The Shining, The Exorcist and even the unsupernatural Psycho. But Insidious 2 eventually becomes only about whats frightening in those earlier movies and relegates its own scares to screechy jump cuts and pop-out-of-the-dark jolts. Patrick Wilson is again Josh Lambert, the husband and father whose trip into another realm to retrieve his sons spirit marked the conclusion to 2010s Insidious. Josh and his son Dalton have the ability to astral project into a place between life and death. Its filled with otherworldly spirits, including a ghoul who wants a healthy body to live in. In the previous film, the fiend was a frightening old woman; here we learn shes, well, something else. Rose Byrne in Insidious: Chapter 2 The reasons for the switch are seen, too. But first Joshs wife Renai (Rose Byrne, in a thankless Kim Kardashian movie role) has to suss out where the new bumps and creaks in the house are coming from. She also wonders whats making Josh act so strange and why their infant baby seems to be a target for evil poltergeist. Wan and screenwriter Leigh Whannell build a convoluted mousetrap, and occasionally it works. <br>Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/insidious-chapter-2-movie-review-article-1.1453712







Brent Sheppard (Kent), Maxwell Neck (Kenny), Tim Henry (Papa Joe), Lee Tergesen (Layne), Colin Cunningham (Virgil), William Forsythe (Buster). The plot used by We All Scream for Ice Cream was interesting with the idea of voodoo ice cream being fairly unique. Sadly, that is about as scary as the film got. Good character development up front helped explain the plot early so we could jump into the blood, guts, and scary stuff quickly. But the scary stuff never really got scary, at first coming off as a bit campy and then getting just plain boring as it was repeated over and over. Nice blood and guts shots but it was disappointing that Buster wasnt a scarier clown and really didnt even make much of an appearance as a monster until the end of the film. Acting was disappointing other than Forsythe who was wonderful as both a loveable clown and a spook. <br>Source: http://www.examiner.com/review/movie-review-moh-we-all-scream-for-ice-cream







Jack is the only one who believes her story, and her testimony becomes the cornerstone of his otherwise flimsy case against the psycho. There's some really nice chemistry between Cage and Hudgens. She looks so naturally sweet and vulnerable that she would elicit protective feelings from pretty much any dude. Cage picks up on this vibe http://itshudellif.jimdo.com/2013/09/08/kim-kardashian-steamy-photos-from-exposing-pregnant-belly-to-making-love-to-kanye-west/ of hers and really milks it. The concern in his eyes is touching. The ruggedly beautiful Alaskan setting is ideal for a crime drama of this sort, lending an air of gloom and menace that you wouldn't get in more hospitable climes. Cusack's portrayal of the murderer is refreshingly uncharismatic. There are enough charming and lovable killers out there; it's nice to see a loathsome creep for a change. <br>Source: http://www.asiaone.com/news/showbiz/movie-review-frozen-ground-nc16



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