FACT confirms that in addition to the popular TV-torrent site, movie torrent site YIFY-Torrents is also covered. The court order hasnt been made public, but it is expected to be similar to previous ones against sites such as The Pirate Bay and KickassTorrents. This means that EZTV and YIFY-Torrents will be rendered inaccessible by the Internet providers, possibly during the course of this week. Although the effectiveness of the blockades remains unclear, the movie studios are determined to keep adding new sites to the ban list during the months to come. We have made it clear that we will seek action against sites that continue to provide unremitting mass access to infringing content following due legal process, FACT tells TorrentFreak.
Monsters, Inc. grossed over half a billion dollars worldwide when it was released in 2001, which almost guarantees a top showing at the box-office derby for its digitally inseminated progeny. Yet, Monsters University is nowhere near the same calibre of film as its predecessor. The first movie was a triumph of the imagination as it redefined the role of the creature in the closet. This second film is a disappointing exercise in clichA that fails to question, or reimagine, any single piece of the world around us.
Lord and his fellow directors, Chris Miller and Chris McKay were inspired by the homemade brick films that you can find on YouTube. Often made by kids, the little videos feature a very specific looking kind of stop-motion animation and Lego sets for the Lego characters to move around in. People were so resistant initially, says Miller. They didnt think the charm would come through. While the style might limit the movement of the continue reading this.. characters, it did give the filmmakers a whole new realm of humor to draw on. They used the Lego-ness of the characters in the film so sometimes limbs pop off and theres lots of clicking noises. They also drew on their own experiences playing with Legos as kids.
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http://www.purevolume.com/Luizsblog Side Note: I understand that this movie is rated R for an abundance of horror sequences, but seriously there were more inappropriate scenes containing adult content in the coming attractions. In other words, while The Conjuring is definitely too scary for any child who is afraid of the dark, it contains no nudity, no profanity and almost no blood or innuendo, and should have pulled a PG-13 rating, easy. Synopsis: BASED ON A TRUE STORY and advertized as an Ed and Lorraine Warren (the infamous demonologists/ghost hunters) case that was so disturbing it had to be kept a secretuntil now (cue http://quizilla.teennick.com/stories/24242022 dramatic music) The Conjuring tells the story of a family who is being terrorized by a poltergeist-like entity (but Kim Kardashian without make up much more malevolent) and the Warrens (played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga respectively) who attempt to discover the truth behind said paranormal activities. Yes, this movie contains a lot of horror cliches: A young couple with children move into an old house, birds flying into the side of the house for no apparent reason, a creepy child alone in her room having a conversation with no one in particular, doors opening and closing by themselves, bumps in the night, etc. But Wans direction along with scenes concentrating on the paranormal investigators, rather than the victims (which work to keep this premise grounded) make The Conjuring more than just a simple haunted great site house flick. Final Thought: Now, does The Conjuring contain a strong narrative? Wellthe answer is no. But despite the plot-holes galore (the biggest one pertaining to a subplot concerning a possessed doll) the effective scares and the overall entertainment value here trump everything.
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I think we are. "Relief" is a good word. To me, that was the goal. If I bring what I think I can do reasonably well, it's not doing that. The reality is that I love to do the action, but I don't want to do a movie that exists in a crescendo from beginning to end.