In 2003 the movie “Finding Nemo” was rated 8.1 out of 10 stars. Having good ratings makes a movie more popular and more people will want to watch it. Mark Caro from the “Chicago Tribune” said “Finding Nemo” and its Pixar predecessors tap into the shared gene among the kids and adults that delights in imagination-engaging, eye tickling and wit-filled storytelling.” “You connect to these sea creatures as you rarely do with humans in big-screen adventures.” “The result: a true sunken treasure. As a rule, a great movie entertains the viewers. Good ratings and reviews means the audience enjoyed the movie.“Finding Nemo” entertained the viewers due to all the good ratings and review, and also the revenue Pixar Studios gathered off
The movie Simon Birch is a four out of four star movie because of the well made characters and the great cinematography. It will have an emotional impact on most viewers, and will at least make the others have a good laugh. This film is a heartwarming comedy
into the world: Oskar Frankenstein, born at Winter Park Memorial Hospital. In a charmingly ironic and bizarre turn of events, little Oskar decided to wait a whole four days past his due date in order to grace this world with his presence on the perfect date. It remains to be seen whether or not this is a good thing for the little man, but it will certainly be the most interested birthday story at any party. Congratulations go to Kyle and Jessica Frankenstein of Winter Park, FL. Interestingly enough, he is the first baby of the family to born on Halloween – certainly an omen, and hopefully a good one!
Shane Black has casually become a genre unto himself. Before trying his hand at directing - which is also a genre unto itself, he dreamt-up (meaning he wrote them) some of the most beloved movies of all-time, such as Letha Weapon, The Long Kiss Goodnight, and Last Action Hero. Okay, maybe the “most beloved movies of all-time” designation is a stretch, but that doesn’t change the fact that Black certainly has a distinct style - and as such, a legion of followers. With his directing debut, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005), Shane Black rocked the cinematic landscape, creating one the modern era’s great neo-noir crime films. And, if you think that statement is a stretch - well, I’m prepared to fight you tooth and nail over it.
Little does she know that his “million dollar proposition” is that Bob announces the holiday performance at the Inn on The Ed Sullivan Show. Bob persuades people to pack up their families and come to the Inn to watch the Christmas show. Bob follows Betty to New York and tries to get her to come back, but she doesn’t budge. Instead she talks to the Ed Sullivan Show about her next move in her career. Betty wasn’t satisfied though, and she went back to Vermont to Bob and the rest of her “family.” Well it comes time for the big Christmas show therefore Bob and Phil surprise the general with all of the audience members that consisted of many people he knew from the army accompanied by their families.
The story was fit the timeline very well and created some great tension in the movie, such as when the captain was to be drafted for the German Navy for World War II. It was very exciting seeing events unfold one by one. All-in-all, the movie was very well done. The music was catchy and went along perfectly with the various themes and occurrences in the film, the story line had a good theme and plot, the timeline in which the events took place created drama and excitement for me personally, and the actors and actresses performed astoundingly. I'd have to say that one of my personal favorite parts besides "Edelweiss" was the performance and singing of "Do-Re-Mi."
The whole film just moves along brilliantly especially with Katt Williams and Terry Crews bringing something different to the table. If you have any sense of humor, you can agree that this movie is definitely worth watching. Finally, the movie ended with Craig and Day-Day throwing a Christmas party to raise their rent money. Also, they did get revenge on the thief who broke into their apartment. Of course it has both positive and negative reviews like every other work, but it is still my favorite.
There has been a lot of hype (and so much excitement) about this unique showing of an iconic story. Don’t worry, this show is expected to be flawless. With weeks in rehearsal, these actors are going to be extremely comfortable sharing the story on NBC. The best part? The amazing cast!
He was selected for Mad TV, a comedy series as one of its 8 characters. The show was successful. Then he got the movie ‘Dirty Work’ and the success of the movie got him roles in some other movies like Lost & Found, The Mystery Men, The 4th Floor, and The Bachelor. His next show ‘The Norm Show’ gave him big success too. But the biggest success he got was working on the Howard Stern Show, which stamped his authority as an elite comedian.
Little Dickie Moore was known to fans around the world, but one of his biggest career highlights was his time in front of the camera on the “Our Gang” comedy show also known as “The Little Rascals.” According to Deadline on Friday, the passing of the talented actor has fans sad as he was a beloved actor who was known for his impact during the early years of television. The entertainer had a number of accolades in the entertainment business and many of them were firsts in the entertainment world. According to Fox News on Friday, Dickie Moore was the first boy to play Shirley Temple’s boyfriend on screen and he gave her first screen kiss in the 1942 film "Miss Annie Rooney." Dickie Moore grew up in front of the cameras as he began his career