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For Date Night Movie Blogs log on to: uaemoviefans.blogspot/ <a href=http://wqinqin.gotoip1.com/home....e&uid=12109</a>" rel="nofollow">http://wqinqin.gotoip1.com/home....e&uid=12109</a> We just bought a Blue ray HD DVD player for our HDTV. After we got it hooked up, which took a while... I, for some reason or another just realized that I did not know any HD movies for me to observe on it. Well I already knew which one I loved to see foremost and that was Planet Earth. So I got on the internet and purchased it from an online store.
Despite winning an Oscar for her original screenplay, Sofia Coppola does not give the substance I expect. Hollywood pours out awards for her effort, and to me it only reflects why Hollywood is called Tinseltown, all show, confusion and stress without real substance. <a href=http://www.trave152u.com/viewthr...7669&extra=</a>" rel="nofollow">http://www.trave152u.com/viewthr...7669&extra=</a> Lost in Translation has some great scenes of Tokyo, but like pictures in a photo album, they only reflect the meaning you bring to them.
Eighth, the sound in the film was terrible. There were times when it was impossible to understand the dialog and, without this essential element, there is no way the film would be rated good by my standards. Sound is too basic of a need to succeed and, when it goes unnoticed because it is well done, it is not an issue. <a href=http://www.n5yy.com/home.php?mod=space&uid=73984</a>" rel="nofollow">http://www.n5yy.com/home.php?mod...e&uid=73984</a> Henry VIII's new Chancellor of England and Cardinal--Sir Thomas More (Paul Scofield)—stands in his way as well. Henry VIII wants Sir Thomas More's blessing in his action but does not get it as Sir Thomas More, a good Catholic and Cardinal, will not go along with such heresy.
Therein is why I gave this film an average rating rather than a good or excellent rating. I wanted real substance in this film that I could relate to in my everyday life, and I was left wanting. <a href=http://www.xaxsl.com/bbs/home.ph...&uid=128264</a>" rel="nofollow">http://www.xaxsl.com/bbs/home.ph...&uid=128264</a> Copyright &copy; 2009 Ed Bagley
More resigns as chancellor, seeking to live out his life as a private citizen, but Henry VIII will settle for nothing less than More's public approval of his headstrong course. Sir Thomas refuses to either endorse or denounce the King's action, and remains a man of principle. <a href=http://lswyg.com/thread-19551-1-1.html</a>" rel="nofollow">http://lswyg.com/thread-19551-1-...-19551-1-1.html</a> Enough carping. Miss Congeniality had a few good moments, but I would not watch it a second time. One real positive was the final still picture of Sandra Bullock at the end of the film???she never looked better.
Released in 2000, Miss Congeniality is not a drama, an action adventure, a police flick, a comedy or a romantic comedy. It is a mismatch of all and a master of none. When you add in the corny, juvenile, inappropriate dialog, the film is lucky it had Sandra Bullock as its centerpiece because without her, it would have been beyond dismal. <a href=http://www.xmcarfans.com/home.ph...&uid=195961</a>" rel="nofollow">http://www.xmcarfans.com/home.ph...&uid=195961</a> Lost in Translation ' 2 Stars (Average)
In addition the movie garnered another 27 wins and 5 nominations, including Golden Globe wins for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor and a nomination for Best Supporting Actor. <a href=http://www.maquejie.com/forum.ph...ad&tid=7474</a>" rel="nofollow">http://www.maquejie.com/forum.ph...ad&tid=7474</a> The bad thing tho' is that I had to wait three days; nonetheless I did save myself around twenty dollars, so it was worth the wait. So it came with multiple disks with around three to four episodes of Planet Earth on each of the disks.
"Miss Congeniality" had a real identity problem as a movie. Unfortunately for Sandra Bullock, the star of the film as FBI agent Gracie Hart, Miss Congeniality could not take her as far as her performance merited. <a href=http://bbs.hkeec.org/home.php?mod=space&uid=177356</a>" rel="nofollow">http://bbs.hkeec.org/home.php?mo...&uid=177356</a> Of course on our HD??V it looks as smashing as it possibly can but it gives you a idea of how diminutive the World truly is but at the same instance when it talks about some of the`environments it feels that the world is very massive.
All of the landscapes were rich as can be in appearance and the animals looked as if they were fluid acros the screen as they moved. I wa?? impressed also on how well Planet Earth was filmed with a HDTV$camera. <a href=http://caita.ggmic.cn/forum.php?...ad&tid=9332</a>" rel="nofollow">http://caita.ggmic.cn/forum.php?...ad&tid=9332</a> Norfolk: "Look, I'm not a scholar, and frankly I don't know whether the marriage was lawful or not—but Thomas, look at these names! You know these men! Can't you do as I did and come along with us for fellowship?"
"Lost in Translation" Makes the Meaning of Life Sound Elusive <a href=http://dzlxqz.gotoip4.com/bbs/ho...&uid=146830</a>" rel="nofollow">http://dzlxqz.gotoip4.com/bbs/ho...&uid=146830</a> This proved to be a critical mistake in judgment. It was nearly impossible for Scott to tell the Kingdom of Heaven story in 2 hours, and when the movie received really mixed reviews and proved to be a financial disappointment in the United States, the error was clearly noticeable.
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