It was so great that i went after some days with my girlfriend to the cinema and watched it again. A week ago movie “Knocked Up” appeared once more in my life. Pleased with that i quietly and with attention watched the movie again. What made me love this movie is the fact that the two actresses in leading roles are very pretty, there were good-funny lines that made me laugh, all three times, and most important the role of Ben Stone(Seth Rogen). In all movies there are beautiful actresses.
Finally, Winter nuzzled up to her shoulder. Then the two embarked on an hour-long swim around the pool. Her mother began to cry. “When Maja says she is going to do something, she always does it,” she said. When Kazazic climbed out, her parents embraced her.
From the first time met from their obsessed lovers Gatsby as well as Fitzgerald fell in love right away from the get go knowing this was the one girl to not let go. During Fitzgerald’s path to achieve Zelda there were many struggles and hardships that only made him work harder to attempt to satisfy the needs of Zelda’s high living and her high expectations leading to her happiness. In the same case for Gatsby but only after losing the girl first to aim and try and win her over one more time’ “Can’t repeat the past why of coarse you can”(pg101). Gatsby said while it all attempted beginning with his illegal business to gain wealth to try ad impress the loving Daisy to fulfill his master plan. Both of these girls played huge roles and were the motivation for Gatsby and Fitzgerald to have gained the wealth they have received.
Albert’s case appears unusually hopeless: he is in love with Allegra Cole (Amber Valletta), a celebrity millionairess who employs his company to advise her on investments. Allegra is totally unaware of Albert’s existence – until Hitch provides the push. Alongside the slow, and less than smooth, progression of his client’s relationship, Hitch has a series of disastrous dates with Sara Melas (Eva Mendes), a tough-nosed gossip columnist who gives him further chances as, although he failed, he ‘did it with flair’. However, Sara wants to discover and expose the legendary ‘date doctor’, so when she realises it’s Hitch, she has choose between continuing a relationship with him or breaking the
The film begins to move in slow motion and the soundtrack of The Cars “Moving in Stereo” begins thumping. Linda emerges from the pool, shimmering and beautiful, and says “Hi Brad, you know how cute I always thought you were.” With that, she seductively steps out of the pool and walks toward Brad, who is suddenly looking very successful in a business suit. She unclasps her bikini top and exposes her breasts to Brad, then reaches up to kiss him. Abruptly, the film cuts away from Brad’s fantasy point of view and replays the scene objectively. The music stops.
The show surprised me, especially when each scene was flashing in front of my eyes with the changes of the stages that brought me back to 1900’s. I still remember it was such a beautiful love story starts when phantom was first appeared in the mirror in Christine’s room, and when he takes her back into the mirror. It was so lovely when the stage was full of fog, When the phantom swings the boat that carrying Christine，when they both sing to each other romantically in the song of “phantom of opera” with candles twinkles like stars, “Saying for me, saying my angle of music”. The scene moves quickly brought us in to a mysterious dreamland of phantom. Everything makes the show fantastic, and brilliant.
When Meo walked up to her and asked her to dance. Julie hesitated but he was so cute that she said ok. They danced the whole time till it was time to go. The party finished at two in the morning. Meo asked Julie her name she said her name was Juliet but he could call her Julie and he just said his name was Romeo, and then they switched numbers.
The plot of this extraordinary film is about ordinary people. Joel Barish (actor Jim Carrey), with many hang-ups, an unsociable man, is going through his life by a familiar route "work-home-work". In his "mid 30-s" he is not mature to start a family and have children. He keeps a diary, in which he has nothing to record. She, Clementine Kruczynski (actress Kate Winslet) is an impulsive, disorderly woman, coloring hair in all colors of rainbow and hiding her loneliness behind frivolous chatter.
She told Mrs. Linde of her secret because maybe she realized that one day all of her secrets were going to be discovered. Throughout the play one can notice that Nora and Mrs. Linde are a character foil. Nora has a nice life with her husband and kids which Mrs. Linde doesn’t and wishes that could have a family like that. Mrs. Linde married for money to help out her family and then later her husband died. Nora married for love and now all the secrets that she has are haunting her and her marriage.
She drinks it, inns everywhere, outside, inside, all summer long. She takes it from the blue, the colour that has become liquid, that is molten. She inhales it from the sky, heavenlike drink, from the ocean, from the colour itself. Is there a melancholy in it, that blue contains, or a cleareness? Bees and butterflies will stop to drink in autumn days, will die: But she - she will continue to drink, even more in fall, not ending even in winter.