If you need a refresher on who’s-who, check out the Godzilla Marvel Splash Page, and feel free to check out the rest of March of Godzilla 2013! Godzilla wanders into an area where lots of cattle ranches are (and then takes an adorable nap!) However, Godzilla gets blamed fro their recent rash of cattle disappearances and soon every ranch in the area is rustling riders to go rope themselves a dinosaur. As you may have guessed, one of the lead instigators of the Godzilla Posse (henceforth called G-Posse) is involved in the actual stealing of the cattle.
Also Dum Dum and SHIELD clean up the aftermath of Salt Lake City and prepare Red Ronin to be taken for repairs.
Remaking Jean-Claude Van Damme films is all the rage in Hollywood for some reason best known by the coven of witches who determine which projects are greenlit (the Which Witches, for those in the industry!) But those witches have yet to give us the Double Team remake America craves, instead we’re getting the leftovers.
First up is a remake of Bloodsport from Relativity Media, James McTeigue directs a film that has a completely different plot.
Relativity’s version will instead focus on the morally-conflicted life of 21st century mercenaries who clash with the underground world of Brazilian Vale Tudo, the martial arts style used by Donald Gibb’s character in the original film. It has already gone through a pack of writers and set to be rewritten again, a sure sign of a quality story.
Kickboxer 1 featured JCVD coming out of retirement and taking to the kickboxing ring after his brother is crippled by the evil guy named Po. Kickboxer 2 features actors who are totally JCVD and his crippled brother being gunned down by Po, forcing the third unknown brother, Cousin Cody who lived in a van in Step By Step, to come out of retirement to kickbox the crap out of Po, which he does.
Kickboxer 3 featured Cousin Cody going to South America and being friends with kids and kickboxing some evil dudes. Kickboxer 4 ditches the kids, Cousin Cody somehow got married, then his wife is kidnapped by Po and Cousin Cody was framed for murder and is in jail. Kickboxer 5 features Cousin Cody being murdered via newspaper headline, and then Some Guy (Mark Dacascos, the Some Guy of DTV action films) is the new Kickboxer, and he kickboxes South Africans who wish they were as cool as the South African villains in Lethal Weapon 2.
This is the further evolution of the Editing for China model that movies have been doing – producing content specifically designed for China. What is odd is the target audience in the US includes the types of people who will be mad that these are being remade! John Fusco is attached to write both the scripts, he wrote the Young Guns movies and is writing the Crouching Tiger sequel. New York, NY – July 23, 2013 – The Weinstein Company (TWC) and Celestial Pictures Limited (Celestial Pictures) announced today that they are partnering on remakes of two classic 1970s martial arts titles: THE AVENGING EAGLE and COME DRINK WITH ME. In the thriller THE AVENGING EAGLE, a cabal master known as King Eagle raises orphans to be his own personal thugs in an outlaw band called The Thirteen Eagles – The Assassins Of The Iron Boat Clan. A ruthless band of thugs kidnap a young official as hostage to exchange for their captured leader in COME DRINK WITH ME. Said TWC Co-Chairman Harvey Weinstein: “Shaw Brothers and Sir Run Run Shaw were responsible for ushering some of the first great, legendary Asian filmmakers and acting talent onto the world stage. The deal for THE AVENGING EAGLE and COME DRINK WITH ME was negotiated by David Glasser for TWC with Kristen Tong for Celestial Pictures. As we’ve seen time and time again, one of the major story types of softcore films are murder mysteries.
Secret Lives goes along at a leisurely pace, a type of realistic storytelling that shows us characters walking the whole way through buildings, having long conversations and monologues, and seems more of a play expanded to film and then stuffed with padding to justify the sets and stock footage. We’re led to believe that Kenzie is the main character from the beginning, but we actually follow Detective Mick Ferguson around for most of the film.
Detective Mick Ferguson (Brendan Connor) – Police detective who is trying to balance his love life with his job, a special problem now that his one night stand turned possible girlfriend turns out to be the new Assistant District Attorney, Kenzie. Kenzie (Beverly Lynne) – The new Assistant District Attorney, who gets off to a bad start possibly compromising cases and having inappropriate relationships. Diana Marks (Krissy Lynn) – The roommate of murder victim Ashley and constantly arguing with her. Ashley Taylor (Angelica Saige as Angelica Sage) – The murdered girl, she appears in various flashbacks, usually yelling at people or having sex. Lady Cop (Mell Flynn) – Cop on the scene at the murder that gives Ferguson the rundown. A giant martial arts fighting spider, a mad rapist with an evil parrot, a giant bird that has seen better days, and a bamboo flamethrower are just part of the fun of Siluman Teluk Gonggo. Wiro Sableng’s serialized martial arts adventures gained fame in Indonesia and turned the character into one of their most famous pulp heroes. Director Lilik Sudjio has a prolific career pumping out lots of Indonesian genre film that has gone barely noticed in the West for far too long. Wiro Sableng (Tony Hidaya) – Super martial arts master who wanders around being arrogant, though occasonally battles evil people like Sonya. Sonya (Arthur Tobing) – Sonya first appears as a family man who leaves his sad wife and young son to go visit the Witch Doctor for reasons unknown. Giant monster (Cardboard eyes and rubber foam hand) – A giant beast who guards Sonya. Santa Claus Conquers the Martians: The Official Series Bible is a setting based on a (fictional) television series based on the original film. His colorful pop art illustrations imagine what Batman, Catwoman and Superman get up to when theya€™re not busy fighting baddies.
Chockful of raunchy imagery and candid moments, they reveal that beneath their costumes and heroic crime-fighting personas, superheroes are just like any one of us. A couple of weeks ago, I posted a pre-review review of Iris Krasnow’s book The Secret Lives of Wives (Gotham, 2011). Part of me hoped that Secret Lives would offer really interesting first-person narratives about long-term partnerships.
Secret #2: The work and compromise of making a marriage successful, that is to say life-long, falls to the wife.
Lesson #3: Adultery is okay, as long as you keep it secret from your spouse, and having an open marriage is exactly the same as being an adulterer (except people with open marriages are mysteriously happier).


I started out this post by observing that part of the reason I read books like this is to try and understand what people who think like this get out of their portrayal of women and men and marriage in this fashion. I kept waiting for Krasnow to talk about that, and instead she rendered it completely invisible. As soon as I see a book has received the Smeyerfication cover, I avoid it like the plague*. Trouble is, people in outright abusive marriages usually fail to identify them as such, especially when relationships are framed as *either* wonderful, reasons-for-living or else completely hellish without a moment’s respite.
And although I daresay Krasnow would give me a pass because there was physical violence, that was just the extreme end of a whole host of behaviours which everyone should regard as utterly intolerable. I read books like this is to try and understand what people who think like this get out of their portrayal of women and men and marriage in this fashion.
From how you described the anecdotes about the author’s own marriage, it sort of sounds like the book was, at least in part, an attempt to validate her own choices and life path? Chris Stuckmann and a guest debate the best and worst films from filmmakers and performers. Our Movie Fighters will be judged and scored on their arguments for facts, passion and creativity. The Live SJ Plus fan update featuring sneak peeks, insider info, and honest answers to your questions. Exclusive commentary, outtakes, BTS secrets, and alternate jokes from your favorite Honest Trailers. HISHE and ScreenJunkies' Animated Show revealing the After Credits scenes for films that never had them. An Honest The Walking Dead after show where the ScreenJunkies react to last night's TWD episode! The "Secret Life Of The American Teenager" cast is full of young actors who are just starting out their careers.
This "Secret Life Of The American Teenager" cast member portrays main character Amy Juergens. Prior to becoming a cast member on "Secret Life Of The American Teenager," Daren Kagasoff had no formal acting experience. Her career took off when she starred on the popular television show "The Facts of Life." In the mid 1980s she was part of the Brat Pack, which was a group of young actors who commonly starred together in comedic-dramas.
Both original films are part of the renowned Shaw Brothers library, the largest Chinese-language feature film library in the world. One of the orphans decides to rebel and strike out on his own, leading the rest of the group to want him dead.
Players take the role of human, elf, and Martian toymakers, working together to bring peace and understanding while foiling the schemes of naughty people from both planets.
Each setting is called a Pilot, like the first episode of a television series, providing enough information to get started and offering hooks for future adventures, be leaving things open enough for gamemasters to take things in their own direction.
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From those notes, it should be clear to you that I had major issues with the book — and to be fair, I expected to have major issues with any book by someone whose previous books were titled Surrendering to Marriage and Surrendering to Motherhood.
I’m an oral historian by training, after all, and even when autobiographical narratives turn on values I strongly disagree with I still find life stories an absorbing read.
While she insists that marriage is the essential ingredient for ultimate life-long happiness, her own descriptions belie those claims.
There’s a telling scene early on in the book where Krasnow describes a point in her own marriage when she was a full-time mother with four children under the age of five and her husband was the full-time wage-earner. So she has a really depressing chapter on women in relationships where either they or their husband maintain the marriage by cheating on one another — and not talking about it. I originally wrote this review prior to reading Samhita Mukhopadhyay’s Outdated, though the review of that book went live on Tuesday. The message to women was to just keep your mouth shut and your head down and it would get better when the kids were grown up. I strongly suspect that your analysis of the book is, in fact, better and more insightful than the book itself. Coz by your description of the book and the way the author depicts gender, I clearly would not be a woman! It’s a really unforgivable gaslighting of unhealthy situations that women (especially) are already primed to ignore or feel responsible for in heterosexual partnerships. And yes, I’d agree with you that the work feels like a book-length justification of her life choices, which she appears to be still actively conflicted about.
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The television show revolves around the lives of high school students, so the parts were cast with young actors.
Woodley was born in 1991, and has primarily acted in small guest roles on television shows. His television experience is expansive and includes starring in 44 episodes of "Life with Bonnie," twelve episodes of the short lived show "Bonnie," and the soap opera "One Life to Live." In 2009 he was a cast member on the hit show "24" when his character Joe Stevens was featured in five episodes.
Eventually a bunch of people get kickboxed, including the new actor playing Po (a Tunisian wearing yellowface) but Po somehow escapes both the film and the franchise. The two films with TWC will mark Celestial Pictures’ first English-language martial arts remakes of Shaw Brothers’ films. Although she is able to handle the overwhelming odds, she is hit by a poison dart, and needs help from a beggar who is really a Kung-Fu master in disguise. With further productions in development, and the imminent release of library titles globally on digital platforms, Celestial Pictures will continue to showcase its rich, enthralling and iconic stories and characters in new and innovative ways”.


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It’s the team behind Minions and Despicable Me, with an idea that is just so universal and marketable. In this temporary exhibit, Adler feeds the debate while asking what it really means to be a planet. She argues for the importance of maintaining adult friendships outside long-term partnerships, and she encourages wives to maintain independent lives through work, travel, exercise, and other activities that will take them out of domestic life.
Other than that, we’re basically talking about white upper-middle-class wives with children, most of whom have advanced degrees and are married to individuals similarly situated.
She describes her frustration at making breakfasts and lunches for the entire family while her husband sat at the breakfast table with the paper, ignoring the chaos around him, and then disappeared to work leaving her to clean the house and care for the kids. I realize everyone feels different about adultery, but I believe trust and honesty and fidelity are really important in any relationship, and if a marriage is going to involve multiple people in any way, it should be openly negotiated and agreed upon by all parties involved. Krasnow uncritically accepts that youthful looks are desirable (in women) and should be maintained (by women) in order to keep the interest of their husbands, etc.
One could write a perfectly sane, thoughtful, book about the compromises and negotiations one makes in a long-term relationship. A lot of the actors had little on screen experience prior to joining the "Secret Life Of The American Teenager" cast, but they all do an amazing job in their roles. The original film, directed by Sun Chung, was released in Hong Kong in 1978, winning awards such as “The Most Outstanding Actor” (Ti Lung) at the Asian Film Festival and “Best Editing for Drama” (Chiang Hsing-loong) at The Golden Horse Awards. So I just don’t get the concern trolling over kids-these-days being somehow unfit and unable to establish intimate partnerships. She later goes on to consistently generalize from that research, but we’ll deal with that below. Couples with the financial resources to support multiple homes or summer-long vacations abroad, hire (and have affairs with) gardening staff, choose to be a single-income family (and not suffer financially for it), etc. I particularly appreciated the one interview she did with a married couple, Phil and Pat, since it included both partners’ voices.
She describes calling her mother and announcing her intention to leave her husband — because anything would be better than the status quo.
At the same time, she portrays young people — I’m assuming any cohort younger than about age 35?
Like I said, there are maybe three or four profiles in which the women speak with confidence about having negotiated a fairly equal arrangement with their spouse, and where the couple seems to be on the same page about their domestic life.
One that didn’t hinge on making generalizations about how men and women operate and what they want out of relationships.
Basically, if you’re going to read Secret, keep Outdated close at hand as an antidote! Not everyone has the same house-keeping expectations or awareness of what must be done, or what their partner would like to be done, at home. Born in 1987, Kagasoff has yet to branch away and star in anything other than "Secret Life Of The American Teenager."Ken Baumann.
The original film was directed by King Hu, who is best known for directing various wuxia (Kung-Fu) films in the 1960s and 1970s.
So while I went into this book with the expectation that there would be much to disagree with, I was also prepared to find something — anything! In so many words, she acknowledges this is a book about heterosexual couples, though doesn’t talk about her reasons for limiting the study in this way. Her profiles of individual women include throw-away details about fur coats, caterers, manicures, high-end spas, and other markers of incredibly privileged lives. Phil and Pat were articulate in describing the ways in which sexism made Pat’s career (in the tech industry, alongside her husband) more difficult, and how together they learned how to resist the external forces trying to push Pat out of the business world, or pit them against each other as competitors. The women who fail to keep their marriages intact in Secret Lives are seen as failures who gave up, who had unrealistic expectations, or who made a rash decision they now regret. Yet Krasnow folds this couple into the chapter on adultery, and seems at a loss to explain why their extramarital relationships aren’t causing anyone angst or despair.
This was his first success and remains a classic of the wuxia genre, catapulting the then 20-year-old starlet Cheng Pei-pei (CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) to fame. Granted, social and economic privilege has never proven to shield individuals from emotional distress or relational impoverishment — but I wish Krasnow has been more upfront about the demographic she was actually studying.
The original film, released in Hong Kong in 1966, participated in various film festivals such as New York Film Festival, Festival de Cannes and Tokyo International Film Festival. Frankly, the descriptions Krasnow provides of her husband and their interactions are filled with a level of animosity that belies her protestations of marital bliss. I feel bad for her kids that she basically thinks they’re uninterested or incapable of connecting.
Often through active re-negotiation of terms when the original assumptions or agreements had failed to serve one or both of them adequately.
I was really uncertain what we were supposed to make of her more personal anecdotes and their place in the story, since they seemed at odds with one another.) But anyway, she fills the book with similar narratives in which women are miserable with the status quo, yet consistently turn back to themselves as the source of the problem. Logo Concept by: Illumination InkAll names, trademarks and images are copyright their respective owners.



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