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Posted 23 October 2006 - 09:18 AM

About Telly Savalas


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Do you remember him ? i do. ! ''Kojak'' ... in Tv Melli with the voice of A Boutimar.he was between bad luck HW actors but a lot of ppl still remember him and love him.

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A dynamic actor, producer and individual, Telly Savalas is best remembered for his role as the tough-talking New York City detective Theodore Kojak. A product of New York himself, Telly dabbled with numerous professions before locking in on acting. Off screen he enjoyed a full personal life as well, complete with love and adventure. Telly participated a variety of sports, married three times and fathered six children, who were his greatest joys in life.

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My favorite movie by him are :

Birdmen of Alcatraz

Genghis Khan

The Dirty Dozen

Operation Dirty Dozen

Sol Madrid

Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell

A Town Called Hell

Pancho Villa

La Casa dell'esorcismo

Escape to Athena


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Quotes by Telly:

"Who loves ya, baby?"

"We're all born bald, baby."




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Posted 23 October 2006 - 12:31 PM

dude was a legend!! he totally rocked dirty dozen OUT!!! :punk:

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Posted 25 October 2006 - 05:47 AM

The new world 2006


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Malick demonstrates to have less interest in history as study subjet that in the poetry and subtility that hide behind the great events: it does not let appeal to the reason, but it does through portentosas images photographed by Emmanuel Lubezki and a fine script in which more questions consider than answers are offered. Malick demonstrates a supreme sensitivity at the time of recreating to Pocahontas, one of the first settlers of the "new world" who would undergo the found energy, creator and destroyer simultaneously, of the English travellers.

The romance between Smith and Pocahontas almost treats the director and scriptwriter like a myth, developing it in another level of reality, doing it etéreo; Malick uses history of love only to contrast and to do more intimate horrors than, for at least 400 years (moment in which history is located), they come committing itself in name from the civilization. Some spectators distinguish between the films that must be seen in great screen and those that can wait for the DVD; With "the new world" he does not have to let itself pass the opportunity to visionar it in a cinema, because their spectacular photography and sound will snatch any spectator to make it hostage of one not less formidable épica history.

Collin Farell is in the beginning a strange election for the film, but Malick is able to mold its excesses to remove the best thing from him. Q"Orianka Kilcher is, on the other hand, a wonderful finding.

My Rate Is:7.00/10

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Posted 25 October 2006 - 10:59 AM

After 8 mounths,finally is here... LOST SEASON II.



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Posted 26 October 2006 - 06:21 AM

Scary movie 4 2006


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They say that second parts never were good, although we would have to clarify if we talked about to the artistic quality of a film or the economic answer that this one causes. Surely the financial route of "Scary movie 4" will be good, although their qualities do not emphasize beyond their predecessors.

Many references ago to the contemporary world-wide situation and the renter of the White House from 1998. We will not keep awake the jokes, but there are some true jewels hidden in the fourth delivery of a saga who will make us shout, or to laugh, during long time. the visual level of films improvement. What it has happened with this series is similar to which happened with "Austin Powers": after an untidy beginning, that laid the the foundations of the saga, their creators recreated in the technical aspects, adding visual and rythmical quality to a quite correct paródico product.

My Rate Is:6.00/10

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Posted 27 October 2006 - 05:28 AM

X-Men: The last stand 2006


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The mutants are fashionable in the cinemas, although not in the fiction that to us director Brett Ratner raises: the form has been discovered to modify the gene X, that turns some people mutants, which cause certain tensions in this community and leads the world to the last battle of the title. Ratner, after the long negotiations of the producers in search of a new director after the march of Singer (responsible for "X-men" and "x2") has not made badly a work. Its visual style is either different from the acierated coldness and the meticulous rate of Singer, but it raises or one more a complex history that the previous ones without breaking of drastic form with its predecesoras.

The film forces to know the two previous deliveries, and his majority public will be the one that has followed with pleasing the development of the series. There is nothing no new in the base of "X-men 3", but it is an pleasant surprise to return to count on all the new original actors and secondary very interesting. Ratner gives us more of the same, but with new features, deepening in the dilemma of the difference and the normalization. "X-men: the final decision "goes deep in the spirit of cómic and has truely terrible moments when the science-fiction opens the way to history, and at the many moments at which this one invented narration contacts with the political reality present. "X-men 3" asks to us how allowed is to modify some individuals that do not fit within the social standards. "X-men 3" is fiction, but the form in which develops these questions locates more near a serious analysis that many dramas had with seriousness.

Although it is an entertainment, the saga of "men X" continues being of the best thing than it gives the sort.



My Rate Is:7.70/10

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Posted 28 October 2006 - 05:23 AM

Ultravioleta 2006


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When Sidney Lumet undertook to do remake of "Gloria", of John Cassavetes, locating to Sharon Stone where before it was Gena Rowlands, it was spoken of unnecessary adaptations and resounding but avoidable failures. To compare "Ultraviolet" with the brilliant film of Cassavettess, now, can terribly be unjust for first, although they agree in the subject: a woman trained for the action protects a small boy of killers. Nevertheless, if we reduced the aspirations of "Ultraviolet" considering it another mere crossing between videojuegos and cinema, the film would continue being cruel bad.

The paper of Rowlands inherits the gorgeous Jovovich Mile now, like a species of mutant vampire: one hemofaga, hungry of intelligent, athletic and super blood, fast. Soon the tributes to the present cinema begin, like "Kill Bill" and "The Matrix", but the talent of Kurt Wimmer in the direction and the writing of the script is left sadly in comparison with those of Tarantino and the Wachowski timid. "Ultraviolet" it does not reach the visual brilliance of Tarantino and its hypercreative eclecticism; although the images of "Ultraviolet" are more near the work of the Wachowski brothers, although the problem of the comparison is in which the clarity with which the future universe is explained in "The Matrix" is not seen by any side in "Ultraviolet".

Wimmer is sent to invent a civil war between species, without putting the foundations for its history. Probably only the adolescents will want to return to see this film and will be when she leaves in DVD.


My Rate Is:6.30/10

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Posted 29 October 2006 - 06:39 AM

Truman Capote 2006


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Directed by Bennett Miller and written by They give Futterman, its history is, like the life and the obsession of the Truman writer Cape to create the best American novel with "A bleeds fries", exciting, full of shades and strong resistances, intimate and public and overflowed. Philip Seymour Hoffman finally obtains like protagonist the recognition that had deserved like secondary previously memorable in "Boggie nights", "the great Lewobsky", "Magnolia", "Nobody is perfect", "Then she" and among other many arrived "Almost famous". Seymour debora Hoffman each scene in which it appears, becoming the hipnótico center of everything what it happens around to his, and elevating to the category of masterpiece an excellently spun deep film and. The interpreter is excessive, but not more than the writer to whom she incarnates, and is able to bear the pomposity of that seeming real and vulnerable at any moment.

Catherine Keener ("How to be John Malkovich"), who gives the retort to Hoffman like Nelle Harper Lee, is equally magnificent in the paper of her sensible colleague. This one is the first film of Miller; it surprises the firmness with which it directs history, the clarity of his objectives and the calm rate but surely that it prints to the film. It does not have in "not at all unnecessary Cape", everything is ilustrativo and produces a stimulating sensation of probability finely related to the spectacular sense of the cinema.

The script of Futterman approaches to us in addition the most intimate paradoxes to the United States, through one balanced double attention to the writer and to its difficult relation with the protagonists of its novel, both assassins who gave life to the first not-fiction novel of Literature. "Cape" begins well and finishes still better, cinematographically speaking. It does not leave impassible emotionally, it forces the reflection and it enriches our knowledge of a key figure of century XX.

My Rate Is:9.00/10

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Posted 29 October 2006 - 12:15 PM

The hills have eyes 2006


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All the stomachs will not be prepared for the slaughter that cooks after a slow and topical beginning: at the end of the exercise great part of the public will feel dirty and with bad body, even the fanatics of the sort, because the visual tears do not come supported by a powerful history. We did not talk about here to that the personages avoid to fall in the plots that the inexorable destiny of the sort of terror prepares to them, if they did not behave of absurd way, took the short cut which they do not have to take, or knew that their moving bodies are going to let work when plus they need them, would not be such films. However, the director must put of his part; he cannot let to the public completely the work pass through high all the cliches that are prepared to him, by good will that the hearing has.

Something of imagination on the part of Aja would come well, a minimum attempt to avoid the common places although it is by the hairs. This does not happen and the film is not able to entertain, to only cause sudden anguish and some scares without greater enjundia.

My rate is :6.00/10

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Posted 01 November 2006 - 07:03 AM

Mission Imposible III


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One of the most negative examples of how a series can be betrayed to itself, negatively, we have it in the hexalogía "Star Wars", and in the sensation of neglect that new the episodes of the saga caused in their older followers. A positive example we have in the series "Harry Potter", who until the moment has grown with the contributions of each new producer. "Mission: Impossible "it falls, unfortunately, of the side of" Star Wars ". It seems to be that it was the own Tom Cruise, protagonist and producer of the saga, the one that decided that each one the films of "Mission: Impossible "it must have a different producer. Thus, the visual sobriety and maintained tension that Brian DePalma gave the first part, it followed the choreographic and colorful waste of John Woo. Although this type of product lives to create a faithful number of followers, "Mission: Impossible: III"it can give a good scare to many of these.

The third film cannot be more unfaithful to the spirit of the original series of television nor to the first film version that of her became. J.J. Abrams, producer specialized until now in television, adds a personal touch to the visual image of "Mission: Impossible ", but it is not able to repeat the worse defects in than the saga began to sink already in the second film. The script does impossible to decipher the history that hides between the sequences. In summary, it gives just like the excellent Seymur Hoffman tries to be a bad one of anthology, that Cruise tries to humanize a protagonist more and more cliche, and that the action scenes give returns on themselves with more and more huge explosions and improbable feats until the estulticia.

My Rate Is:7.10/10

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Posted 02 November 2006 - 06:59 AM

Ask the dust 2006



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Racial creativity, genius, passion, conflicts and hunger, conform the thematic one of "Ask the dust", film that fails, in spite of counting on an interesting history, by the duditativa direction of actors that applies to its person in charge Robert Towne. At this point it seems that the script of "Chinatown", that was worth an Oscar to him in 1975, was only a lucky accident in the cinematographic race of this writer and occasional director. Because, in spite of having many showy and beautiful elements in "Ask The dust", the drawing of the personages is vague, contradictory and confused until the exhaustion of the spectator. Salma Hayek has in the personage of sensual Stretcher one of the best ones of its race; the Mexican actress is more and more interesting, extremely beautiful, and makes better work than his partenaire at the time of elevating her personage in spite of the absurd maneuvers of the director.

Colin Farrell one is to him made an effort, creating an excellent reconstruction of the writer Arturo Bandini, although the defect that Towne prints all the personages is more showy in the protagonist. Probably it was in the intention of the author not to remain in the surface of the personages; but a film is not a novel, and the excess of data can turn out negative for the final intention to create a complex human being. The sensation of not being able to approach the personages on whom they speak to us increases by the fort resists between a classic history and a way to narrate too postmodern.

My Rate Is : 7.40/10

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Posted 03 November 2006 - 01:51 PM

Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction 2006


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We can say, to passed water, that the greatness of "basic Instinct" (1992) had not been possible without disquieting the beautiful Sharon Stone. But, sight "basic Instinct 2", also we can assure that the director Paul Verhoeven (Starship troopers) was a fundamental piece.

Verhoeven started up the myth of the assassin Catherine Tramell Davis, and has done well in getting off itself the project to revive it. The beautiful blonde has left San Francisco to be transferred to London, perhaps looking for certain pro-European exotismo. Nevertheless, also in the capital of United Kingdom, they accuse it of murder by the death of its fiance'. The attempt to create a saga based on a black widow is interesting, but already his first sequel has missed the objective, possibly because 15 years do not happen in vain for the hearings. Verhoeven has not been characterized, indeed, by a deep filmografía ("total Challenge"), but its "basic Instinct" contained a dominion of the eroticism, the narrative ambiguity and, until certain point, of certain narrative cultismos, like making it valuable.

There is nothing of that in this hollow revisitación, not only at heart but also in the form that Michael Caton-Jones has done. There are occasions in which the interpreters are able to save an empty script of bottom and a bad technical manual: Sharon Stone is magnificent until the point of which he is the only court favorite of the film. Nevertheless the case is not this one. Only there is Sharon Stone in "basic Instinct 2", but its work is not sufficient to overcome a product that has yielded to the cheapest mercantilismo until unbearable ends. "basic Instinct 2" is "basic Instinct" plus one decade of similar films of which to copy.

My Rate Is : 7.50/10

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Posted 04 November 2006 - 06:55 AM

The Da Vinci Code 2006


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Luckyly the power of the cinema critic is limited, and no longer it serves as so extreme way to sink or to make prevail films. Nowadays the cinema critic base of way important in the analysis, limiting itself to orient itself to certain hearings towards the films that can be to them interesting or to explain because other films can not be appropriate for a particular type of public. Soon, tapes as "the code Gives Vinci", come prepared from the studies as impermeable tanks of battle to any commentary. It does not matter that the plot is improbable, and that anyone almost knows either a way or other how is developed.

The film will attract fans of the book as much as to which, having itself denied until now succumbing to his reading, it does not matter to hardly spend two hours to them to know of what everybody speaks. In addition, Rum Howard has made a great work at the time of making fantastic retahíla credible of wonderful coincidences, and too lucky solutions, whereupon the linen cloth of the film is plotted. The spectacularity of the images of "the code Gives Vinci", the rapidity whereupon the enigmas consider to us and solve, make more or less suspend the analysis us with pleasure. Tom Hanks is, as usual, magnificent. Tautou, the beautiful Amelie, leaves its habitual registries to create with solution a classic heroin.

Although the spectacularity of films is put to the service to conceal much vacuidad, we were before a good artificial practice: they are not more than burned powder, but the effect is entertained and sometimes hallucinating.

My Rate Is :8.20/10

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Posted 05 November 2006 - 06:27 AM

Take the lead 2006


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A group of children of a poor district, implied in street bands and with a difficult life, learns social values through the dance and a magnificent called professor Pierre Dulaine (interpreted by Antonio Flags).This movie can not be an excellent film, but it is of the best thing than it has become lately in the devastating panorama of the musical sort. It is certain that it films falls in all the cliches of different generic histories that treat: the competition, the romance, the overcoming of the problems and the.redemption, but Liz Friedlander, director, and Dianne Houston, scriptwriter, fix them to make charmer a history of which is known at any moment how it is going to finish. Great part of the success of the film is in Antonio Flags, that supposes amused a counterbalance European to the American history that is told us. The moralina of the film is not absolutely painful, its good will causes a permanent smile and the mixture of different musics more dancer makes the part pleasant of Take the lead.

My rate Is:7.40/10

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Posted 05 November 2006 - 08:59 PM

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

Certificate: 18 ®
Starring: Sacha Baren Cohen, Ken Davitian, Pamela Anderson
Director: Larry Charles

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Be ready to actually die of laughter...probably the funniest film i have seen in years and I would not expect anything less, definatly for the easily offended...NOT!!! (u will get this when u watch the movie)

Sacha Baren Cohen as Borat should be given an oscar the man is clearly a comical genius and his work should be aknowldeged by his peers. This movie manages to offend EVERYBODY, disgust you in places and make u burst a gut laughing whilst at the same time wondering who is and isnt in on the joke (Pamela Anderson???).

But all joking aside this film has a more underlying message to the people of America about their attitude to anything other than the american way and Cohen has chosen the best vehicle for this...if people dont walk out...especially jews, the Anti-semitism in this movie is overwhelming, also i would advise anybody of the Pentecosatal community not to see this as they will throw their popcorn at the screen!

Pure Genius, My rating: 9.70/10

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Posted 12 November 2006 - 09:51 PM

The Prestige

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Certificate: 18
Cast: Christian Bale, Hugh Jackman, David Bowie, Scarlett Johansson, Sir Michael Caine, Andy Serkis
Director: Christopher Nolan

Written, Directed and produced by Nolan and this film shows how passionate this genius is about his art. This film is showered with love and twists one after another you really have to be on the ball with this film but its thoroughly enjoyable and keeps you involved in the movie.

Now the actors...this film has star dust sprinkled all over it and man do they shine, Bale amazes once again and shows why he is the new Depp to Nolans Burton, got the accent down and just nudges a little closer to a long overdue Oscar victory. and Bowie oh what a comeback if you recognise him you will die at how brilliant an actor he is, and to be able to steal the show from Jackman, Bale and Caine...now thats a top-gun actor!

unfortunatley Johanson sucks and for her casting i will have to deduct points but go see this film and be ready to be spun around and get dizzzy with awe.

My rating: 9.40/10

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Posted 06 December 2006 - 01:43 PM

Little Miss Sunshine

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Certificate: 15
Cast: Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Greg Kinnear, Abigail Breslin, Alan Arkin
Directors: Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris

In a nutshell: The highly stressed Hoover clan are taken aback by seven year-old ugly duckling Olive’s (Breslin) determination to compete in a beauty pageant. Circumstances force them cross country in a beaten-up VW van to be united by absurdity, disappointment and loss in one weird bonding experience.

One of the funniest-intelligent movies of the year! absolutley wonderful and horrifying at the same time! the actors totally excel in this movie not a bad actor in the whole movie!

Carell takes a step into seriousness and makes it look like his comfort zone, he is brilliant at it, ur respect for him will surely increase by watching this movie.

Collette and Kinear are brilliant also ultimatley natural and believeable in their roles.

But the show stealer is definatley Breslin who will blow you away with the raw talant that presents itself in the form of a 10 year old girl, Dakota Fanning move over as there is an heiress to your throne! the scene where she cries will break your heart like nothing youv ever felt!

and then theres Alan Arkin, who plays the heroin-taking-porn-buying grandfather whos advice to his grandson is 'Funk lots of women', brilliant!

My rating: 10/10 not a dull moment!

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Posted 04 January 2007 - 01:25 PM

The Producers

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Cast: Nathan Lane, Mathew Broderick, Uma Thurman, Will Ferrell
Director: Susan Stroman

A remake of the Broadway play written by the comedic genius Mel Brook, this is a great musical on screen. Its very well adapted to the screen and allows its actors to wow you in particular, for me, Mr Ferrell who is really starting to grow on me. Glitzy shows and beautiful dance sequences (Thurman and Broderick) look out for the prison monologue by Lane which will blow you away! Where it loses points for me is the begining which was drab and also the gone-too-far end of the play in the play!

My rating: 8.5/10

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 11:22 AM

The Illusionist

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Certificate: 15
Cast: Edward Norton, Paul Giamatti, Jessica Biel, Rufus Sewell
Director: Neil Burger

In a nutshell: In early 20th century Vienna, budding magician Eisenheim (Norton) falls in love with a girl above his social rank (Biel). Separated for years, they reunite when Eisenheim is a celebrated illusionist and his young love betrothed to a jealous Crown Prince (Sewell), who's not keen on losing his future wife to a trickster.

This film was a real surprise to me, with beautiful cinematography, fine direction and breathtaking acting this film is everything you wiched it would be and then theres a twist and you raise your hands and thank the heavens for this blessing!

I love the cast in this movie not only have they all sat down and discussed wchich accent they will all use but there are gem performances in this movie, Sewell and Norton are standard great actors so your really not shocked at how great they are but the show stopper for me was Giamatti, i knew he was good but in this film he ruled, Playing his character which such great control and detail and that voice, steals the show! and now onto Miss Biel, this film was a steping stone for her to be taken seriously as an actress and she stepped up, you have never seen her so good, subtle and masterful she floats through the film gracefully which you thought you'd never see after Blade:Trinity! Im rootin for ya girl!

As for direction and cinematography this film is a site for sore eyes, everything has this wonderful sense of 'blur' that relaxes you and sends you in for shock waves at the end! Only point of disappointment for me was when the charactors finally get together...see it you'l know what i mean!

My Rating: 9/10

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Posted 21 January 2007 - 02:51 PM

Oh I so look forward to see this one! Catch "the prestige" if u havent already! its in the same mood and concept as I've heard! Really good!

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