They probably picked the wrong person to review this movie... Even as I type this now, the Shaw Brothers Fan Boy in me just wants to write one huge paragraph with no full stops or punctuation about how much I love this film... But for the sake of writing a professional article, I will put the "Writer" hat on and review the cult masterpiece entitled The Five Deadly Venoms.
I was not part of the Facebook campaign. I was not part of the movement that pushed you to a hosting gig on Saturday Day Live. Regrettably, being part of the ignorant and self-absorbed generation, I was not aware of your presence or your legacy until recent times. I have caught glimpses of you though - you were the scene stealer in The Proposal, you starred in that Super Bowl commercial which became a viral classic, and you popped up here or there with a guest role in numerous sitcoms.
King of Queens is an American sitcom. It was broadcast between 1998 and 2007 by CBS. It shows on Channel 4 on UK television. Story line Doug Heffernan is a courier for International Parcel Service (IPS). He lives with his wife Carrie Heffernan in Rego Park, Queens, New York. Carrie's eccentric dad, Arthur Spooner, also lives with the couple. Carrie works as secretary at a law firm.
Director: George A. Romero Cast: Ken Foree, David Early, David Emge Plot : Zombies! Dawn of the Dead continues with the phenomenon that started with "Night of the Living Dead (1968)".Only this time the epidemic has spread on a larger scale! The film primarily focuses on a pilot, his girlfriend and two S.W.A.T. team members. The whole movie reflects change in their psyche as epidemic worsens.
Director: John Boorman Cast: Helen Mirren, Nicol Williamson, Gabriel Byrne Plot: The mythical legend of King Arthur, the mightiest of all swords-Excalibur and the king of magic-Merlin have all come together in this epic tale of knights and castles and kingdoms. Merlin has borrowed the mystical Excalibur from the lady of the water to unite a shattering kingdom under the leadership of brave king Uther.
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest is the final chapter in Stieg Larsson's the Millennium series. Fans of the novels could hardly wait for the third book to come out as a film, and they weren't disappointed. Larsson's novels seems made for film with flamboyant characters, action, and politics. The first two films, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played with Fire, set up the last film.
The first film to make an imprint was "Summer holiday" starring Cliff Richard. I still remember very clearly sitting with my sisters in our local Odeon cinema mesmerised by the singing, colour and vitality of this movie. The next film to have a strong impact was "The Sound of Music" How I loved that film. We even had the record of the music which I would sing along to pretending that I too was starring in the film.
Despicable Me is a children's film by Universal Studios starring Steve Carrel as the main character of the story. It's great to see so many big stars in the movie, such as Steve Carrel, Miranda Cosgrove and Julie Andrews. In the movie, Gru (Steve Carrel) is one of the world's super villains. Lately he hasn't been successful at being "the world's biggest super villain".
Lionsgate recently distributed their star-studded hardcore action flick branded " The Expendables" into theaters a while back. I just watched it, and I thought it thoroughly delivered in the action/explosion department. They totally came out with all guns a blazing in this one. It stars: Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Eric Roberts, Randy Couture, Steve Austin, David Zayas, Giselle Itie, Charisma Carpenter, Gary Daniels, Terry Crews, and Mickey Rourke.
There is a considerable list of Sean Connery movies with the first emerging in the late 1950s. Sean Connery is well-known for being the first James bond actor. He appeared in the following official 007 movies by EON Productions: Dr No (1962) From Russia with Love (1963) Goldfinger (1964) Thunderball (1965) You Only Live Twice (1967) Diamonds Are Forever (1971) In 1983 Connery starred with Kim Basinger in the unofficial James Bond film Never Say Never Again.