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Pursuing the Possibilities...

Pursuing the Possibilities...

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Published by: Monte Pictures on Feb 03, 2010
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FROM THE FOUNDERWe are living in the periodof digital age. I have cometo notice that millions of individuals are fascinatedwith Special Effects and arewilling to pay for anoverpriced admission for afilm that makes absolutelyno sense.Fifty years ago, cinemawas the talk of the town.Cary Grant and WilliamHolden were idolized asAmerica’s great actors andintroduced the concept of America’s fanatic perceptionof inspiring performances.American Cinema hasbeen producing financiallywell in distributing specialeffects, action, horror andcomedy films. However,that leaves drama andromance comedy filmsleft out because theycannot succeed in theAmerican box-officesystem.Movies are changingdramatically andinfluencing negative andpositive perspectives tothe audience.Movies areextraordinary and wehave come to enjoy theexperiences of movies.Remember have funthis summer and at themovies.
award - winning documentary - video director and producer
Pursuing the Possibilities..
Bend it Like Beckham(2002)
Bend It Like Beckham has all thequality fit to entertain theaudience of all ethnicity. Thislow-budget independent filmscored at the box-office with$48 million ($US). The successof the movies establishedopportunities for ParminderNagra (Television's
) and KeiraKnightley (The Pirates of theCaribbean trilogies).Jess Barhma (Nagra), an Indiangirl living in British society. Shehelps plan her sister’s Indianwedding. Jules (Knightley)invites her to play on an all girlsfootball team (America ‘sSoccer). Jess familydisapproves her playing, butJules and her male coach Joehelps influence Jess in followingher dreams to play soccerprofessionally.
Far From Heaven*(2002)
 Julianne Moore’s performance istruly one of the greatestperformances of all time.Cathy Whitaker (Moore) is thestereotypical American woman.Cathy has it all - a lovely home, two wonderful kids, and a handsomehusband (Dennis Quaid), who issuccessfully climbing the corporateladder. When Cathy realizes her lifeof perfection is just an illusion, shemust choose between living a lie orfollowing her heart.
*Nominated for 4 Academy Awardsincluding BEST ACTRESS for Moore.
One of the Most beautifulfilms ever made. (1996).Winner of 9 Academy Awardsincluding the coveted BestPicture.During World War II, amysterious stranger (RalphFiennes) is cared by the Britishallies unaware of hisdangerous past.Shot on location in ITALY,MOROCCO and LONDON.
Actor of the MONTH
F. Murray Abraham
One word “Amadeus”.F. Murray Abraham wasstunning and delivered apowerful performance asWolfgang AmadeusMozart’s rival, AntonioSalieri.In 1781, Salieri is the courtcomposer to Emperor Jo-seph II of Austria, whenMozart arrives at court,Salieri is stunned to dis-cover that his will andpassion for music is be-stowed on a jokester. Sa-lieri is mad with envy andplots to destroy Mozart byany means, perhaps evenmurder.Amadeus was the motionpicture of the year in1984, capturing the cov-eted Best Picture andawarding a deserving Os-car for Best Actor to Abra-ham.Abraham learned how toplay the Piano, constructan orchestra, and directthe Sopranos for hisperformance as AntonioSalieri.
Winner of 3 Academy Awards
Pan’s Labyrinth
was not nearlyas complex as Narnia. Though itdid deliver fairies, Fauns andunusual creatures that were bothhorrifying, which paralleled theWorld War II Fascist take over inSpain.I can tell the cultural differencesbetween Spain and England bytheir ideas of how things shouldbe. Fairy’s tale wise.As far as being visually stunning,No, because of all theshooting and killing. TheLabyrinth itself is never viewedfrom above, so you are told whatit is.It was well acted and I was neverquiet sure if the Faun was forgood or evil. But he seemed to want to help. You can’t help butbelieve that this story wasSpain’s answer to The Chroniclesof Narnia which are very oldbooks, published in 1950, justafter World War II! Overall, It wasentertaining and deliveredfantasy of a kind.
Toni Washington, author of 
.FYI: Pan’s Labyrinth’s director Guillermo del Toro was first choice todirect The Chronicles of Narnia, but pursued to direct Pan’s Labyrinth (2006).Pan’s Labyrinth

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