I think the new films about Django have a success nowadays because the first movie of Django had a success;
you can watch for free the first movie of Django: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEmErQjGptg
A lot of blood in this movie, be carefull !!!
I have thought about the morality of the original "DJANGO" with the coffin.
I think the morality is: you should love more your life or heath than money.
DJANGO nearly died by drowning because of his coffin which was full of gold and fell in a marshland. He was not afraid of jumping in the marshland to save the gold, then his enemies saved him but nearly killed him because he had no gold.
You see in this movie life has no value. People kill each other too easily. Only money has a lot of value. Money is more important than your health or life. It is typical American.
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I like this movie about the life of an asiatic in north america. How his asiatic culture helps him to solve plenty of trouble and helps other people.
This movie is very interesting, 2 millions of people watch it during 3 months so I know that you will like it very much.
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The cinematographers of "Anna Karenina," "Les Miserables," "Life of Pi," "Lincoln" and "Skyfall" were nominated Wednesday morning for outstanding achievement in the feature film category for the 27th American Society of Cinematographers Awards.All five cinematographers are previous ASC Awards nominees.Roger Deakins earned his 11th ASC nomination for the James Bond blockbuster, "Skyfall." He previously won for the 1994 drama "The Shawshank Redemption" and 2001 thriller "The Man Who Wasn't There." Deakins was also the recipient of ASC's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011.MORE: Oscars 2013 | Golden Globes 2013 | Full awards coverageJanusz Kaminski picked up his fifth nomination for his work on Steven Spielberg's historical epic "Lincoln." Seamus McGarvey earned his second nomination for the period drama "Anna Karenina." Also earning their second nominations were Danny Cohen for the musical "Les Miserables" and Claudio Miranda for the adventure drama "Life of Pi."The ASC Awards take place Feb. 10 at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland.ALSO:Joe Wright, Keira Knightley a fearless team on 'Anna Karenina''Skyfall': Six lessons from the James Bond movie's box office DGA nominations: These voters did see 'Les Miz,' right?
Maria should try acting in 1 movie to see how she likes it. It must be more difficult to perform in live tennis than a movie wherethere are retakes.
I write movies. I wrote a movie called The Finish Line. The space ship in it uses the heat of the sun to generate power as it orbits nearer the sun and builds up speed. Liquid can be heated to generate power on the side of the ship facing the sun and cooled on the dark side of the ship. In space there is no medium to heat so the cooling will work. If you go into a shadow on the moon the temparture difference is intense. It's better than a solar sail. It's the best propulsion system so far. The destination star can slow it down moving the laser thruster to the other side of the ship. You can look at various propulsion methods for interstellar space travel here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interstellar_travel
'Photonic Laser Thruster (PLT) is a pure photon laser thruster that amplifies photon radiation pressure by orders of magnitude by exploiting an active resonant optical cavity formed between two mirrors on nearby paired spacecraft. PLT is predicted to be able to provide the thrust to power ratio (a measure of how efficient a thruster is in terms of converting power to thrust) approaching that of conventional thrusters...' See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_launch
Using the heat of the sun in orbit nearer the sun like in a power plant can generate electrity for laser propulsion and produce continous thrust to prove there is no light speed. The energy we are made of leaves the sun every day of the week at the speed of light. Even at 50% the speed of light we could be within 25 to 50 years of an earth like planet.
Maria is famous and can perform in tennis without retakes. I imagine it would be easier to act with retakes. The Finish Line can be made for under $1 Million. Main characters meet in a college astronomy class where the main character comes up with this propulsion system... The sequel is called Galatic Suburbs. My propulsion system can make it star to star and test the light speed 'barrier'.
If Maria is or is not single she can help make 1 movie if she wants to give making movies a try. The way to make movies is 1 at a time to see how it goes.
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Michael Winner, bon viveur, restaurant critic and arguably one of the best known British film-makers of the 20th century has died at the age of 77. "A light has gone out of my life," his wife Geraldine Lynton-Edwards said. "Michael was a wonderful man, brilliant, funny and generous."Winner had been in ill health for a number of years and almost died after contracting a bacterial infection while holidaying on Barbados in January 2007.Born to a wealthy family in north London, Winner cut his teeth at the BBC before making his debut as a writer-director with the 1960 crime thriller Shoot to Kill. His freewheeling 1964 sex comedy The System established him as a key chronicler of swinging 60s London and gave rise to a fruitful collaboration with the hell-raising actor Oliver Reed. Winner went on to work with Reed again on The Jokers, I'll Never Forget What's'isname and the 1968 wartime saga Hannibal Brooks.Yet Winner's greatest success came in the US, when he took the reins of the 1974 vigilante drama Death Wish from original director Sidney Lumet. Death Wish, starring Charles Bronson as a mild-mannered architect turned gun-toting angel of vengeance, bloomed into one of the year's biggest box-office hits and went on to spawn two sequels. Winner's other American films include Lawman, The Mechanic, The Big Sleep and Scorpio. He also worked with a wild-eyed Marlon Brando on The Nightcomers, an overheated prequel to the Henry James story The Turn of the Screw.During his heyday, Winner took pride in making violent, simple, populist pictures that irked the critics and appeared to relish his role as a man who called the shots. "A team effort is a lot of people doing what I say," he once remarked. His career waned in the 90s and he bowed out with the 1999 hitman caper Parting Shots, a British film that reunited him with his old friend Oliver Reed. In later life he found a fresh lease of life as an outspoken restaurant critic for the Sunday Times. His insurance commercials for British television also established a catchphrase – "Calm down, dear" – that was later adopted by David Cameron.Winner was reportedly offered an OBE in 2006 but turned it down with a lordly flourish. "An OBE is what you get if you clean the toilets well at King's Cross station," he said.