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Tony Montana.. movie question
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#1 Posted : Thursday, December 15, 2011 6:03:41 PM(UTC)
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Is Maria going to have a leading role or are you just here to hit her up to cover the costs ?   Which in my opinion is kind of tacky.


Think of it this way.  She probably donated $10,000 to that orphanage in Beluarus, for those bicycles, plus labor, transportation fees etc...   What do you think would give her greater satisfaction.  Paying for your movie or finding another worthwhile charity.


As I'm not here with my hand out hitting her up for money.  I'm here just to kill time.


 


Though, ya know... I do have to wonder.  Did she send that person in Algeria some old used rackets.   Postage to their would have been very expensive.   Thus defeating the whole idea of a generious donation.


Course what she could have done was contact the Russian Consulate and have them drive by where that person lives at and to size up the person.   One has to wonder if at the Consulate, if they have any tennis rackets and balls in one of the closets... If not, she could easily wire them some money to buy a few rackets and balls for this person and on top of that she could buy a few rackets for the Russian Consulate, as well. 


As, one may never know when she may show up in Algeria to see what they bought and to play some of the members or imagine if Putin showed up... Where are those rackets and balls at ???


 


 

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#2 Posted : Thursday, December 15, 2011 6:29:25 PM(UTC)
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90% of millionaires have college degrees. Most investments involve some risk. US savings bonds are near 1%. Australia has inflation adjusted bonds. The payoff is much higher. I offer Masha 50% because I don't have the money to make Salvage Title. Masha seems nice and would be good for lead role in Salvage Title. Those folks at the consulate had their chances countless times. Masha let's get Salvage Title done. Masha could donate more if she made ½ of what 'The Blair Witch Project' made. Have you written many movies and when did you start writing them? What's your idea to make Maria money so she can afford to donate more. Making movies 'is' not only about making money it is modern art.

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#3 Posted : Friday, December 16, 2011 10:13:23 AM(UTC)
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MONEY MONEY MONEY THAT ALL YOU NEED!!!! 


PEOPLE WHO THINK ONLY ABOUT MONEY HAVE THE DEVIL INSIDE THEM. 


MASHA SHARAPOVA HAS WORKED A LOT THIS YEAR AND SHE NEEDS A GOOD REST TO START A NEW TENNIS YEAR AND A GREAT YEAR 2012 IN LONDON. 


THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO STUDY ALL THEIR LIFE TO BE PRO ACTORS, THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO PLAYED TENNIS ALL THEIR LIFE TO BECOME PRO TENNIS PLAYERS. AN ACTOR IS NOT A TENNIS PLAYER AND A TENNIS PLAYER IS NOT AN ACTOR. AN EXCELLENT ACTOR NEEDS EXPERIENCE ON THE SCENE, AN EXCELLENT TENNIS PLAYER NEEDS EXPERIENCE ON THE COURT. 


IF YOU WANT YOUR MOVIE TO BE FAMOUS, IT IS BETTER TO USE A FAMOUS ACTOR IN IT THAN A FAMOUS TENNIS PLAYER. 


A GREAT MOVIE IS DIFFERENT FROM A AD. 


SO I CAN CONCLUDE THAT: AS A TENNIS PLAYER HAS NO EXPERIENCE IN ACTING, SHE WILL COST CHEAPER THAN A FAMOUS ACTOR THAT IS WHY YOU PREFER MASHA SHARAPOVA.  SHE IS FAMOUS IN TENNIS AND CHEAPER IN ACTING. 


SO IF IT IS NOT THE CASE; INVITE A FAMOUS ACTOR IN YOUR MOVIE AND YOUR MOVIE WILL BECOME FAMOUS TOO. 


I KNOW MANY FAMOUS ACTORS IN THE USA IN HOLLYWOOD... THEY ARE READY TO WORK FOR YOU FOR BIG MONEY ONLY. THEY ARE THE ONES FROM THE 99%. 


ARE YOU GOING TO WATCH THE NEW 007? THEY KNOW WHAT ACTORS THEY NEED FOR THIS MOVIE TO BE WATCHED BY MILLIONS OF PEOPLE. 


ANYWAY IT IS CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY AND MASHA NEEDS TO THINK ABOUT SOMETHING ELSE. NO WORK AND MONEY NOW!!! ONLY HOLIDAY. 


WHEN YOU SPEND ALL THE YEAR UNDER THE SUN ON THE COURT, YOU NEED A GOOD REST AND NOT A NEW PLAN TO EARN MORE MONEY. IF YOU ARE GOOD IN YOUR FIELD YOU WILL HAVE ENOUGH MONEY UNTIL THE END OF YOUR LIFE. 


MASHA WILL HAVE A GOOD REST AND SHE WILL CONCENTRATE ALL HER TIME ON TENNIS THIS YEAR TO REACH A HIGHER LEVEL, THAT IS ALL SHE NEEDS AT THE MOMENT OF HER CAREER. 


WHAT DOES MASHA NEED AT THIS MOMENT? I THINK SHE JUST NEEDS THAT HER FAN TELL HER: 


MERRY CHRISTMAS MASHA!!! HAVE A LOT OF HEALTH FOR THE NEW YEAR 2012. 


                                  masha

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#4 Posted : Friday, December 16, 2011 10:50:48 AM(UTC)
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Peter Michael Falk (September 16, 1927 – June 23, 2011) was an American actor.


What is a famous actor? Here I show you an example of people you need in your movie because if you want to publish a pro movie you need pro actors in it.


The ones who won many trophies in acting.  


I took the example of Peter Falk. He was a famous actor I liked a lot. 


Born in New York City in 1927, Falk was the son of Michael Peter Falk, owner of a clothing and dry goods store, and his wife, Madeline (née Hochhauser),[5] an accountant and buyer.[6] His father was Russian ancestry[7] and his mother of Polish descent with Hungarian and Czech roots.[8][9]


Falk's first stage appearance was at "the age of 12" in The Pirates of Penzance at Camp High Point[12] in upstate New York, where one of his camp counselors was Ross Martin (they would later act together in The Great Race and the Columbo episode "Suitable For Framing"). 


Early films






Falk was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance as the gangster Abe Reles inMurder, Inc. (1960) (32 years old)



Despite his stage success, a theatrical agent advised Falk not to expect much film acting work because of his glass eye.[18] He failed a screen test at Columbia Pictures and was told by studio boss Harry Cohn that "for the same price I can get an actor with two eyes." He also failed to get a role in the film Marjorie Morningstar, despite a promising interview for the second lead.[23] His first film performances were in small roles in Wind Across the Everglades (1958), The Bloody Brood (1959) and Pretty Boy Floyd (1960).[24]


Falk's performance in Murder, Inc. (1960) was a turning point in his career. He was cast in the supporting role of killer Abe Reles, in a film based on the real-life murder gang of that name, that had terrorized New York in the 1930s. The New York Times film critic Bosley Crowther, while dismissing the movie as "an average gangster film", singled out Falk's "amusingly vicious performance."[25]


Crowther wrote:[25]



Mr. Falk, moving as if weary, looking at people out of the corners of his eyes and talking as if he had borrowed Marlon Brando's chewing gum, seems a travesty of a killer, until the water suddenly freezes in his eyes and he whips an icepick from his pocket and starts punching holes in someone's ribs. Then viciousness pours out of him and you get a sense of a felon who is hopelessly cracked and corrupt.










The film turned out to be Falk's breakout role. In his autobiography, Just One More Thing(2006), Falk said that his selection for the film from thousands of other Off-Broadway actors was a "miracle" that "made my career" and that without it, he would not have gotten the other significant movie roles that he later played.[26] Falk, who played Reles again in the 1960 TV series The Witness,[24] was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for his performance in the film.


In 1961, multiple Academy Award-winning director Frank Capra cast Falk in the comedy Pocketful of Miracles. The film was Capra's last feature, and although it was not the commercial success he hoped it would be, he "gushed about Falk's performance."[3] Falk was nominated for an Oscar for his role. In his autobiography Capra writes about Falk:



The entire production was agony ... except for Peter Falk. He was my joy, my anchor to reality. Introducing that remarkable talent to the techniques of comedy made me forget pains, tired blood, and maniacal hankerings to murder Glenn Ford (the film's star). Thank you Peter Falk."[27]:480



For his part, Falk says that he "never worked with a director who showed greater enjoyment of actors and the acting craft." Falk says, "There is nothing more important to an actor than to know that the one person who represents the audience to you, the director, is responding well to what you are trying to do." Falk recalled one time that Capra reshot a scene even though he yelled "Cut and Print", indicating the scene was finalized. When Falk asked him why he wanted it reshot, "he laughed and said that he loved the scene so much he just wanted to see us do it again. How's that for support!"[3]


For the remainder of the 1960s, Falk had mainly small movie roles and TV guest-starring appearances. Falk turned in a gem of a performance as one of two cabbies who falls victim to greed in the epic 1963 star-studded comedy It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, even though he appears only in the last fifth of the movie. Other roles included a comical crook in the 1964Rat Pack film, Robin and the 7 Hoods, and the 1965 spoof The Great Race, with Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis.


[edit]Early television roles






in Decoy (1959)



Falk first appeared on television in 1957, in the dramatic anthology programs that later became known as the "Golden Age of Television." He appeared in one episode of Robert Montgomery Presents in 1957, and also appeared in Studio One, Kraft Television Theater, New York Confidential, Naked City, Have Gun–Will Travel and Decoy.[24] On The Twilight Zone he portrayed a Castro-type revolutionary complete with beard who was drunk with power and kept seeing his assassins in a newly acquired mirror.


In 1961, Falk was nominated for an Emmy Award for his performance in the episode "Cold Turkey" of James Whitmore's short-lived series The Law and Mr. Jones on ABC. On September 29, 1961, Falk and Walter Matthau guest-starred in the premiere episode, "The Million Dollar Dump," of ABC's crime drama Target: The Corruptors!, with Stephen McNally. He won an Emmy for The Price of Tomatoes, a Dick Powell TV drama in 1962.[24]


Falk's first television series was in the title role of the drama The Trials of O'Brien, in which he played a lawyer. The show ran in 1965 and 1966 and was cancelled after 22 episodes.[24]


In 1971, Pierre Cossette produced the first Grammy Awards show on television with some help from Falk. Cossette writes in his autobiography, "What meant the most to me, though, is the fact that Peter Falk saved my ass. I love show business, and I love Peter Falk."[28]


[edit]Columbo



"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! *KB4IJU brought up I didn't have enough money to make Salvage Title*. It's doing the Russian economy good unless they can't find of energy. 'Borat' 1.0 had many unkown actors in it. Known actors have to get started somewhere. Like I said movies are not only about money they are modern art. I think Masha might want to be in Salvage Title for the plot. After 1 movie Maria would have a better idea of her potential. Masha is there any part of helping make 1 movie you think would be fun? Masha you have the script and can play Lilia if you want. It won't take that long. Masha if you change your mind and want to try to help make 1 movie you know how to get in contact with me. Masha can give it 1 real try. If Masha can perform live tennis Masha can act. OJ was an actor. Arnold was an actor.. Excerpted


from http://www.google.com/im...&ved=1t:429,r:14,s:0


 


The 100 Greatest Movie Characters | Empire | 27. Tony Montana

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#6 Posted : Friday, December 16, 2011 6:47:17 PM(UTC)
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Dart, that's an interesting observation about people who study to be a pro tennis player or an actor. Which in this world there are way too many people trying to get into that line of work.

And what Tony said about OJ and Arnold, look at what kind of screw ups have evolved in their lives. I still can't believe Arnold did his house keeper. Wonder what's going to happen to Maria ?

Probably going to star in a movie which bombs at the Algerian Consulate. When in fact she was suppose to send those rackets to the Russian Embassy... Imagine, make a movie about this.... Maria goes on an international trips and rides a super slow donkey to Vespa's to Putins Harley - in search for the perfect man for one of her girlfriends.

Where they work in concession vans outside of Tennis Tournaments.
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Excerpted from http://s3-ak.buzzfed.com...o-13119-1297882054-9.jpg


Masha let's find away around the bureaucracy get Salvage Title done and see what happens.


 

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#9 Posted : Friday, December 16, 2011 11:50:27 PM(UTC)
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Ah... Wait a minute... Who'd want to go see a movie called "Salvage Title"?

How's about "Whalers Catch" ?


Hey... Where's the photo of Maria holding a great big fish at ? I mean, she lives right on the water. Probably not a big fish eater or likes to fish. (Check out the video of Marina Orlova cooking a fish she caught.)

Where's Maria video of fishing at ??? Reeling in the big one.............
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#10 Posted : Saturday, December 17, 2011 12:30:28 AM(UTC)
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Who would want to see a movie titled 'Borat'. Fish is great!



Excerpted from http://www.google.com/im...&ved=1t:429,r:1,s:69


http://www.google.com/im...amp;ved=1t:429,r:9,s:216

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#11 Posted : Saturday, December 17, 2011 1:12:45 AM(UTC)
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I never saw Borat... Just a tad too corny for me.

What kind of fish do you like ? Plus, do you like to catch fish ?



Where's a photo of Maria holding a fish she caught ?
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#12 Posted : Saturday, December 17, 2011 1:34:11 AM(UTC)
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I like Salmon and to catch fish.

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#13 Posted : Saturday, December 17, 2011 1:43:31 AM(UTC)
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Have you ever caught a Salmon ? What's the biggest fish you ever caught ?

You like Caviar ?  (Most American women have no clue what Caviar taste like, as they would prefer a Hersey KISS instead).


Sasha needs to take his gal fishing and get a photo of her reeling one in.  And if He's not around she needs to get her father or how's about her mother. 


Both of them holding a fish.   In Florida shrimp works great for bait.

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#7 Posted : Saturday, December 17, 2011 2:35:01 PM(UTC)
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Paul said before that Masha should play a Russian Movie such as the Princess of Russia. MARIA is the name of a holy person. 


Novak played a movie about the history of his country, Masha should play a movie about her country. 


The history of Russia begins with that of the Eastern Slavs and the Finno-Ugric peoples. The state of Garðaríki ( "the realm of towns"), which was centered in Novgorod and included the entire areas inhabited by Ilmen SlavsVeps and Votes, was established by the Varangian chieftainRurik in 862 (the traditional beginning of Russian history).[1] Kievan Rus', the first united East Slavic state, was founded by Rurik's successorOleg of Novgorod in 882.[2] The state adopted Christianity from the Byzantine Empire in 988,[3] beginning the synthesis of Byzantine and Slaviccultures that defined Russian culture for the next millennium.[4]


I hope that everyone knows that Kiev was Russia's capital. Masha should play a movie about: 


Princess Olga (The Beauty) of Kiev (born in 890)


She was the first Rus' ruler to convert to Christianity, either in 945 or in 957. The ceremonies of her formal reception in Constantinople were minutely described by Emperor Constantine VII in his book De Ceremoniis. Following her baptism she took the Christian name Yelena, after the reigning Empress Helena Lekapena. The Slavonic chronicles add apocryphal details to the account of her baptism, such as the story how she charmed and "outwitted" Constantine and how she spurned his matrimonial proposals. In truth, at the time of her baptism, Olga was an old woman, while Constantine had a wife.


Olga was one of the first people of Rus' to be proclaimed a saint, for her efforts to spread the Christian religion in the country. Because of her proselytizing influence, the Orthodox Church calls St. Olga by the honorific Isapóstolos, "Equal to the Apostles". However, she failed to convert Svyatoslav, and it was left to her grandson and pupil Vladimir I to make Christianity the lasting state religion. During her son's prolonged military campaigns, she remained in charge of Kiev, residing in the castle of Vyshgorod together with her grandsons. She died soon after the city's siege by the Pechenegs in 969.[2][3]


WE HAVE ALREADY A russian MOVIE ABOUT HOLY OLGA BUT IT IS AN OLD ONE FROM 1983:


FULL MOVIE FREE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAv3xhKZ7MM


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I haven't been fishing in a long time. I like fish and caviar. The biggest fish ever caught was in Thialand.


 



The largest Salmon caught was in California.

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#16 Posted : Saturday, December 17, 2011 8:42:54 PM(UTC)
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Tony have you ever thought to ask Marina Orlova about a movie role...   


Did you know she's got an Apple APP coming out.


 


Very creative gal.  Must have some pretty savvy people in the movie business as look at her sets.


Now if she'll only grow her hair out longer as that really makes her look sexy.  More femine.


 


In fact, I'm going to start posting less and less and ween myself from do this kind of nonsense... Gotta go tye some flies and finish that model airplane wings.  

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Some pictures of Kazakhstan. 'Borat' 1.0 was rural Kazakhstan vs mostly urban USA.





 





 


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Why doesn't Maria talk to Anna Kournikova about helping make Salvage Title. In Salvage Title there is lead role for Maria and small role for Anna Kournikova. Both of you are famous. Both aren't camera shy and appear on TV without a script. It can't be that hard to make 1 movie to see how it goes. There have been a few tennis movies.





 

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I advice you to contact the Williams sisters, they are  famous in tennis. They won plenty of trophies. 


Why don't you contact the williams sisters they will help you make Salvage Title. In Salvage Title there is lead role for Serena and small role for Venus. Both of them are famous. Both aren't camera shy and appear on TV without a script. It can't be that hard to make 1 movie to see how it goes. There have been a few tennis movies. 


Masha is already taken for a new movie Princess Olga (The Beauty) of Russia (born in 890).


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Dartagnan has a good point. You know, if you got the Williams sister - I'm pretty certain they could contact somebody like Leon Spinks up in East St. Louis and since Nelly is from there... He could write the musical score or 50 cent.

And I'll Anna Kornikova finds out Nelly & 50 cent and maybe Yo Gotti are in this movie... Man, your talking about a huge block buster hit. As all the white ladies know who these guys are. It'd be a helluva thing if somebody like Snoop Dog was in it too. With maybe Kid Rock... They all like go together.

Put some more fine looking ladies, well.

You had better have a great script.
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Hey, that's pretty interesting about Princess Olga. But I do have to wonder have you ever looked at that castle and it's iron gate up close. I myself like the Market, which when you walk in the door the ladies yell out loud "Caviar, caviar"...

You talk about some really wonderful looking flowers.  Long stem roses of a variety of colors.  I had a friend who found himself a lady and I ended up helping him carry a bunch of flowers, up that damn hill that winds up near that fire station and past some embassy, which might have been Iranian. Not sure, when your loaded down with flowers, I'm just trying to stay on the sidewalk.

Have you ever been there ?


 


 


Just broke out my map of Kiev and the street was Kruhiouniversytets'ka.  (How'd ya like to have to write that everyday for the rest of your life.)


There's some decent flats up there to rent, as the elevators are really something in some of those buildings.

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