Watch The Warrior’s Way Online(0)
This awesome The Warrior’s Way movie was directed by world famous action and adventurer movie director call Sngmoo Lee. He is world popular stunt movie director and there his every creation full with action and also amazing adventures. This awesome story was written by also him and we can see he best for the movie script writing also. There are so many talented as well as world famous movie cast participated for this awesome movie and they done very good job for success of this movie. First we meet very attractable handsome actor is Don- Gun Gang as Yang. He is super talent stunts actor and there we can see another best performances in this movie also. He has born in 7 March 1972 in Seoul South Korea. He has won 2 awards as well as 1 award for his brilliant performance.
In Watch The Warrior’s Way Online there is very pretty actress and she is also most wonderful action movie performer too. She is Kate Bosworth as Lynne. She has won 2 awards and her name was nominated for another 10 wards too. She has born in 2 January 1983 in California USA. In the Superman Returns (2006), Blue Crush (2002), and The Titans (2000) movies we can see her best performances and she has done her best in every movie. So she could earn lots of awards from that.
The Warrior’s Way movie has wonderful filming locations. They are, Henderson Valley Studios, Hickory Avenue in New Zealand. This awesome movie will release after on 3 December 2011, this movie’s estimated total Budget is $ 45,000,000 and hope this will be another Box Office hit and make big change of the movie records of the whole Hollywood movie Industry. Culture Unplugged Studios and Fuse Media companies proudly distribute this amazing action movie all over the world.
Why is Nicolas Cage a movie star?(3)
Hollywood must specialize in Faustian bargains. There’s simply too much evidence walking around to deduce otherwise. Consider the once-interesting Brendan Fraser, who now plays second banana to the special effects in “Mummy” movies. Or Scarlett Johansson, mousy and introspective in “Lost in Translation,” now brassy, blowsy and bleach blond. Once upon a time, Whoopi Goldberg won an Oscar. Once upon a time, Chevy Chase was funny.
And then there’s Nicolas Cage.
Let us ask ourselves something: Why is Nicolas Cage a movie star? And why do we care?
The answer, in part, is that Cage — whose latest, “Knowing,” opened Friday — won an Oscar in 1996 for playing a suicidal alcoholic in “Leaving Las Vegas,” a gritty, brutal, honest movie, wonderfully acted (by both Cage and Elisabeth Shue) and which confirmed what a lot of people had long believed: that Cage was the most interesting actor in American movies.
His performance in “Raising Arizona” remains iconic. Likewise, “Wild at Heart.” From the time he was 17 — and got passed over for the Judge Reinhold role in “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” — he was cutting a righteous swath across the screen, in movies that rarely missed such as “Valley Girl” and “Birdy.” He even made an impression in some pretty dubious projects, including two directed by his uncle Francis (Coppola), namely “Cotton Club” and “Peggy Sue Got Married.” Then the Coens cast him in “Raising Arizona.” He became Cher’s one-handed romantic poet in “Moonstruck.” That was followed by “Vampire’s Kiss,” the immortal “Wild at Heart” and a mixed bag of principal roles leading up to director Mike Figgis and “Leaving Las Vegas.”
What happened then bears the infernal reek of sulfur, brimstone and gross receipts. “Con Air,” in which Cage played an unjustly convicted parolee battling a planeload of criminal misfits and psychopaths, was an action thriller — the old adrenaline-fueled thrill ride/riveting roller coaster of a big old movie. Yes, Cage had appeared in “The Rock” immediately after winning his Best Actor statuette (thus abandoning idiosyncratic leading manhood forever), but it was “Con Air” that made Cage fans sit up and say “Wha . . . ???” (Significantly, Steve Buscemi was in the movie, too, sliding into the Beloved Character Actor slot that Cage was so busily abandoning, in a flick that was about as cynically brainless as anything in the history of mall movies.)
And so it has been, with few detours from the action star/blockbuster track upon which Cage has trod with particularly graceless aplomb, and virtually no humor at all, except on top of his head, where his hair is continual source of mirth and mystery, because you never know what it’s going to do, where it’s going to go or to whom it once belonged. Some favorites: the punky cut of “Ghost Rider” (2007), with its black spikes and bangs; the inky-looking Franz Liszt arrangement of last year’s bewildering “Bangkok Dangerous.” Or the gravity-defying-do of “Lord of War” (2005), which was Cage’s best performance in years, because it returned him to a realm of moral ambiguity and outsider status, precisely where his talent thrives — rather than as a low-rent Indiana Jones (“National Treasure”), a thoroughly unconvincing Italian lover (“Captain Corelli’s Mandolin”) or anyone named Memphis Raines (“Gone in Sixty Seconds”).
Taking on preposterous roles, like the supposedly coldblooded hit man of “Bangkok Dangerous” (“My name is Joe. . . . This is what I do . . .”), it’s clear that Cage would like to assume the mantle of Clint Eastwood. His character is a man of few words, he grimaces with irony-free disgust at the moral bottom-feeders of the world and he dispenses large-caliber justice. But Cage has never taken Dirty Harry’s advice: A man’s got to know his limitations. Cage isn’t a sex symbol and — stripped of the existential complexity of his early roles — he’s not that interesting to watch. Despite the fact that there are Nicolas Cage action figures available, watching his pursuit of action stardom has been like watching a Jack Russell terrier romance a Doberman.
But in an industry, and a town, where a movie is judged entirely by its profits, Cage is secure. “National Treasure: Book of Secrets” made more than $450 million worldwide, its predecessor, $348 million. “Gone in Sixty Seconds” made more internationally ($135 million) than domestically ($102 million). These are not the kind of figures that prompt a man to resume playing suicidal alcoholics. “Ghost Rider” probably made less money than people might have expected — $116 million here, $113 million there, according to boxofficemojo.com.
Does the average moviegoer care how much money Nicolas Cage makes? Probably more than he or she should; given the celebrity-besotted culture we live in, it’s inevitable. But it seems the unavoidable conclusion that Cage, once held up as an example of the intrepid artistic impulse, has become something of the poster boy for blind ambition, cynical role selection, questionable judgment and, worst of all, humorlessness: He glowers, he hunches, he looks meaningfully into the distance without it meaning anything at all.
If Cage were replaced tomorrow by Ben Stiller, we’d get all of the above plus a couple of laughs. Instead, we have an actor who used to be able to do something remarkable — overcome a lack of native charm by embracing his inner outsider, creating affectionate portraits of unlikely heroes, and soldiering on despite a seemingly unmerciful universe. It may not pay as well. But that’s a Nic Cage we could use.
6 Reasons to Trade Dvds vs Renting Movies(0)
Six of the most reasons to trade dvds are as follows:No dvd rentalsHow many times have you walked into a movie store and the movie you needed was out! You return a few days later and it is still out! Out of complete frustration you choose a movie and regret it later. This leaves a bitter style in your mouth, but nonetheless you discover yourself going back, hoping to search out that one movie.
You’ll create your own dvd listNormally for you to create a dvd list it might be expensive, but with trading dvds you’ll be able to build a cheap list fast. In no time in the slightest degree, you may be a master connoisseur of movies.Receive dvds with no limits/no hasslesImagine being able to trade as many movies as you would like, and not being restricted by a small movie rental selection. Most movie stores do not invariably have exactly what you desire.
Trading dvds can give you what you want, when you wish it.Offer dvds for cheap giftsInstead of shopping for movies and going broke, you’ll trade movies for pocket change. Whether or not it’s a birthday or you just wish to place a huge smile on a fan’s face, there’s nothing better than a smart movie. What is your friend’s favorite movie? How will that person look when you offer them the movie of a lifetime?Forget regarding painful late feesThere’s nothing worse than trying out during a movie rental store and also the cashier looks you within the eyes and says, you have got a late fee.
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Image giving a arduous to seek out movie as a present to a lover or loved one. Simply assume, all your friends will be amazed at your new movie collection.Imagine how it can feel to form your own dvd collection. You might wish to start out a comedy assortment or even a horror movie collection. Let your imagination go and build the movie assortment of your dreams! Take control of your movie selections today through dvd trading.You can see the probabilities with this and you can keep the movie or you’ll be able to trade the movie again. Break your movie monotony! Imagine being able to trade your dvds whenever you want.