background preloader


Facebook Twitter

El universo autoral de Makoto Shinkai. 20 Best College Movies - List of Best Movies to Watch About College Life. The Emperor's Club. Best of the Web: How to Explain the World in 40 Maps, Light your House for Free & More... Every week we gather some interesting content and share it with you all on our “Best of the Web” blog series.

Best of the Web: How to Explain the World in 40 Maps, Light your House for Free & More...

If you’ve found any content you think we should feature, feel free to let us know in the comments section below, on Facebook, Twitter or Google+. 40 Maps That Explain the World We are usually only interested in Mind Maps here at ExamTime but this week we were fascinated by this list of 40 Maps that explain the world. The maps include where people are most and least welcoming in the world, the best and worst places to be born and even the best and worst countries to be a mother. Gohatto. Detachment (film) Detachment is a chronicle of one month in the lives of several high school teachers, administrators and students through the eyes of a substitute teacher named Henry Barthes (Adrien Brody).

Detachment (film)

Barthes' method of imparting vital knowledge to his temporary students is interrupted by the arrival of three women in his life — the damaged and naive prostitute Erica (Sami Gayle), a fellow teacher (Christina Hendricks) and a troubled teen named Meredith (Betty Kaye). These women all have profound effects on Barthes' life, forcing him to both re-discover aspects of his own personality, and to come to terms with both the tragic suicide of his mother and the impending death of his grandfather. Korean Lesbian Revenge Thriller Takes Cannes. It's a shame that popcorn isn't allowed in the grand theaters of Cannes, because if ever a movie called for binge eating out of a tub, eyes riveted to the screen, it's Park Chan-Wook's The Handmaiden (French title: Mademoiselle), which jolted awake every bleary-eyed reporter at its packed debut screening Saturday morning.

Korean Lesbian Revenge Thriller Takes Cannes

An adaptation of Welsh author Sarah Waters's kinky, award-winning 2002 historical crime novel Fingersmith set in Victorian England, Park moves the action to 1930s Korea under Japanese colonialism, where class and tradition still loomed large, but a rich family could flaunt status by having electricity — which plays a dramatic role in the movie — in their big homes. Park is best known for his "vengeance trilogy," including 2003's Oldboy, but he seems far less interested in blood than Dangerous Liaisons-esque intrigue with this one. "Was that as good as I thought it was? " And that's just the beginning of the surprises. Crazy About Tiffany’s. Crazy About Tiffany’s Overview Tiffany & Co. has captured the aspirational dreams of the world with its legendary jewels, signature blue box, and timeless sophistication.

Crazy About Tiffany’s

Kikansha Sensei. Kikansha Sensei (機関車先生, literally "Locomotive Teacher", a.k.a.

Kikansha Sensei

"Big Silent Man") is a 2004 Japanese-language film by Ryuichi Hiroki based on the best-selling book by Shizuka Ijuin. Captain Kara Zor-El. Stories can make us fly. Als die Sonne vom Himmel fiel. Als die Sonne vom Himmel fiel is a 2015 Swiss documentary film.

Als die Sonne vom Himmel fiel

Focussing on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima by the United States Army Air Force on 6 August 1945, it was filmed and produced at locations in the Hiroshima and in the Fukushima prefectures, Japan, and produced by the Japanese-Swiss filmmaker Aya Domenig. Plot (excerpt)[edit] Mrs Uchida is still involved in a citizens' initiative related to the Fukushima nuclear catastrophy, and she even gave to a mother and her son who refuged from Fukushima a new home. The other contemporary witness, Shuntaro Hida, still reads on his experiences in Hiroshima, but he no longer participates in the annual commemoration at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, because he calls it "hypocrisy", and claims that the long-term consequences of nuclear radiation would played down by the authorities and the suffering of the victims is still tabooized.[4] Title[edit] Background[edit] Production[edit] Release[edit] Festivals[edit] Awards[edit] Reception[edit]

Teacupofstudying: electralicious: ... : ♡ The Hidden Fortress · Film Review An influence on Star Wars, The Hidden Fortress is Kurosawa’s most fun film · DVD Review. When Star Wars fans start researching the movie’s origins, one of the first things they discover is that George Lucas was heavily influenced by Akira Kurosawa’s 1958 adventure The Hidden Fortress, which involves a princess whose kingdom has been destroyed, a dashing rogue who’s trying to protect her, and two bumbling idiots—one tall, one short.

The Hidden Fortress · Film Review An influence on Star Wars, The Hidden Fortress is Kurosawa’s most fun film · DVD Review

To some extent, the similarity between the films has been exaggerated, even by Lucas himself; he’s credited the two peasants as the model for C-3PO and R2-D2, for example, but the same basic dynamic can be found in Abbott and Costello, Laurel and Hardy, etc. There’s no Luke Skywalker equivalent in Hidden Fortress, and the dashing rogue’s motives are far more noble than Han Solo’s. Formally, all Lucas borrowed from Kurosawa were his frequent horizontal wipes. Nonetheless, the association is beneficial, because The Hidden Fortress is one of the best possible gateways into foreign films.

Bright stars. Disney movies. The Autistic Self Advocacy Network - ATTN ACTUALLY ILL AND DISABLED PEOPLE - ATTN ACTUALLY ILL AND DISABLED PEOPLE. What We Do in the Shadows. What We Do in the Shadows is a 2014 American-New Zealand mockumentary[3] horror comedy film about a group of vampires who live together in Wellington.

What We Do in the Shadows

It was produced by Taika Waititi, Chelsea Winstanley and Emanuel Michael, co-produced by Resnick Interactive Development, Unison Films, Defender Films, Funny or Die and New Zealand Film Commission with music composed by Plan 9 and directed and written by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement, who also star in the film with Jonathan Brugh, Ben Fransham, Jackie Van Beek, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Stu Rutherford, Rhys Darby and Ethel Robinson, it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2014.[4][5] The film was theatrically released on August 18, 2014 by Madman Entertainment. The film earned $6.9 million on a $1.6 million budget. Plot[edit] 31 Fantastic Movies You Need to Watch Before the Year Ends. It's been a long year at the box office.

31 Fantastic Movies You Need to Watch Before the Year Ends

From suspicious husbands to spandex-clad superheroes, the big screen is enjoying a fantastic range of stories. While some flicks have flopped, others are still rolling in positive reviews from critics and dough from moviegoers. Whittling down the list of vital movies to watch at the end of the year is always a hefty task. With the rush of new films every weekend, the queue is always building. Pretty rad & pretty sad, 33calliope33: Wolf ChildrenOokami Kodomo no Ame... Quiescent. The Merc With A Mouth: and boobs. Crofesima: Movies directed by Satoshi Kon... - My Virtual Evil Den. Theinevitablezombieapocalypse: Zombie Apocalypse... El jardín de las palabras. El Jardín de las palabras (Japonés: 言の葉の庭 Kotonoha no Niwa, Inglés: The Garden of Words) es una película animada japonesa de 2013, producida por CoMix Wave Films y dirigida por Makoto Shinkai.[1] [2] Se proyectó en el Gold Coast Film Festival de Australia el 28 de abril de 2013, por delante de su estreno en Japón.[3] La película fue licenciada en América del Norte por Sentai Filmworks.[4] En España, la película está licenciada por Selecta Visión.[5] Argumento[editar] Takao Akizuki es un estudiante de 15 años que desea convertirse en diseñador de zapatos.

El jardín de las palabras

Le gustan los días lluviosos, por lo que cuando llueve prefiere caminar que tomar el tren a la escuela. En una de sus caminatas bajo la lluvia, encuentra a una misteriosa mujer bajo el gazebo de un parque, la cual pasa el tiempo bebiendo cerveza y comiendo chocolates. Reparto[editar] El Último Hogar, eledeloquesea: darkomaraven: savagelucy42: ... ALEA IACTA EST. Hayao Miyazaki fans are in love with this animated student film. Gwenn Germain spent five months toiling alone in his room over his senior animation project at the French art school Créapole. But it was worth all the effort: After his gorgeous homage to Hayao Miyazaki went viral in Japan, he's gotten an A+ on the project from the Internet.

New blog entry-> Subject= Theater in Tokyo ... - Wanderlust Japan. A film about Tokyo's "superhandicapped" pro wrestling underground. El Último Hogar, Perfect Blue (パーフェクトブルー) Rare promotional art work... Amazon. Untitled. Machuca. Tampopo (1985) Scent of a Woman (1992 film) Charlie Simms is a student at an exclusive New England prep school. Unlike most of his peers, Charlie was not born to a wealthy family. To pay for a flight home to Oregon for Christmas, Charlie accepts a temporary job over Thanksgiving weekend looking after retired Army Ranger Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade, whom Charlie discovers to be a cantankerous, blind alcoholic. Charlie and George Willis, Jr., another student at the preparatory school, witness three students setting up a prank for the school's headmaster, Mr.

Trask. Following the prank, Trask presses Charlie and George to divulge the names of the perpetrators. Galería de fotos 1 de 100. 10 películas japonesas. Por falta de dinero últimamente no se hacen muchas películas en Japón, el sector está en crisis. Aún así, lo que se produce suele ser bastante interesante. Fandom & Feminism. Tokio en 12 películas. Más que una ciudad, Tokio es una gran megalópolis y como tal, es testigo de un gran abanico de historias que tienen como protagonistas a alguno de sus más de 36 millones de habitantes, si hablamos del Gran Tokio. Categoría:Películas rodadas en Tokio. Ready, Set, Gaikokujin!