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With more groundbreaking movies popping up in 2019, (in no particular order) here is a list of actors to look out for:
Zainab featured in “Wedding Party” where she arguably became prominent as an actor and demonstrated her acting prowess to the fullest.
Toni's appearance in the recently released movie “King Of Boys” which had her play the role of a younger version of the renowned @solasobowale was what proved she knew a thing or two about acting.
Kenneth is known for his role in the television series, 'Husbands of Lagos' and several other acclaimed movies.
Known for being MTN’s “Man in the box” and Linda Ejiofor’s newly wedded husband, Ibrahim Suleiman has had quite an adventurous career in the entertainment industry...he recently starred in the new movie “Up North” where he performed alongside the likes of @BankyWellington and @AdesuaEtomi
WHICH OF THESE ACTORS WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE LUNCH WITH?
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West Side Story (1961)
This movie to me is the greatest film ever. It's basically a modern day version of Shakespeare's classic Romeo and Juliet. One of the songs in this film, "I Feel Pretty" is still popular till this day. I first watched it in my theatre class and loved the movie since. *I do not own or claim this footage.
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One of my favorite episodes of "My Life in Facebook" 😂😂😂 I miss working with these hilarious people ✨✨ FULL Vid on YT📺 Link in story ☝🏻☝🏻 #babygpro#comedy#facebook
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Which Disney Movies are you looking forward to seeing in 2019??? I can’t wait to take my kids to see Toy Story 4 in June. I’ve already planned a Toy Story theme for Sofia’s 2nd birthday in December tehehehe. It should be timed well for the DVD release just before Christmas.
I’m also really looking forward to the live action Aladdin and have picked up a few bits from @primark to help set up a special high tea party to celebrate 🎉 my 40th Birthday in May with a handful of gfs. May is also the month its released in the theatre so perfect timing.
I’ll definitely be trying to see them all though & I’m sure Frozen 2 is due out in December as well so I’m surprised not to see this advertised here in @shopdisneyuk windows.
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3. First Reformed (directed by Paul Schrader)
Paul Schrader’s ‘First Reformed’ is probably the film that stuck with me the most this past year. All of Schrader’s trademarks are present in this bleak, yet powerful drama. Once again, the renowned writer-director brings to life a version of God’s lonely man in Ethan Hawke’s tormented priest. In the tradition of Travis Bickle (Taxi Driver) we are introduced to a man whose obsessions are slowly taking over control. Still reeling from the death of his son, Ethan Hawke’s Toller finds himself at odds with the world. Struggling with a deep crisis of faith the priest adapts an unusual way of helping people. And even though his intentions seem good, his actions clearly show that hope is no longer a part of his belief system. Everything is brought into question as the character confronts his demons while being overcome with guilt and melancholy. It turns him into a cruel being. Ethan Hawke is phenomenal; crafting a beautifully restrained performance out of Schrader’s deeply troubled priest. Meanwhile, Schrader delivers a truly riveting psychological drama as he examines the decaying moral values of our society. ‘First Reformed’ is a highly stylized film that continuously exposes the contradiction in human nature. The skillful use of narration is at times hypnotic. Equally impressive are Schrader’s subtle narrative shifts from the real to the surreal; drenching the film in a dark cloud of malice and desperation. Always coming up with new questions, while intentionally being vague about the answers. ‘First Reformed’ is an extremely relevant and thought-provoking piece of filmmaking. The kind we so desperately need more of in this day and age.
There are many things my father taught me here in this room. He taught me: keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.
When Francis Ford Coppola got the call to direct The Godfather, things hadn't been looking very promising. Like many of his peers in the "New Hollywood" group, Coppola went to UCLA and got his start working under Roger Corman. He had just formed Zoetrope with George Lucas, and was a young, broke, father of two with a third on the way.
If it weren't for the desperation that comes with providing for a young family, on an artist's budget, we might never have seen the brilliant classic that is The Godfather.
The thing was, Coppola didn't like Mario Puzo's novel, from which the film was to be adapted. He thought it was "salacious and commercial." But when he got the call, he took it for the money, like many young directors do.
All of this and more is outlined in the heartfelt introduction to Coppola's The Godfather Notebook. What happened next is every filmmaker's fantasy; Coppola sat in a cafe, for months, carefully studying and breaking down every element of Puzo's book—and turning it into a screenplay.
To Be Continued... 💯
Francis Ford Coppola's 'Godfather Notebook' is the Development Bible of Our Dreams (December 7, 2016) by Sophia Harvey for No Film School.
Have you got your hands on this Holy Bible yet?
“As a teenager, I didn't want to be me; I wanted to be many different people. Maybe I realized that they all lived inside me and that if I managed to connect with them, they would become aspects of me.” - Marion Cotillard.
Tommy Shelby! 🚬
Cillian Murphy revealed that he smoked over 3000 herbal cigarettes during the filming of Peaky Blinders!
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Miss Congeniality 🎥
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Into the Wild (2007)
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Plein soleil (1960) 🎬❤️
This movie is the definition of French fashion, style, elegance, and chicness.😎❤️ #AlainDelon
هذا الفيلم عبارة عن تعريف للأناقة الفرنسية البسيطة، والشياكة على أصول. 😎
- ميرج، حبيبتي!
-حُبي لكِ يا ميرج يعميني.
= اخلع ملابسي!
- كنت أمزح فقط.
= هل هذا حذائي أيضاً! أنت مجنون؟