The Japanese Edition Of The Pacific Rim Poster That Was Not Used In American Advertising. (designed By Yoji Shinkawa Of Metal Gear Solid Popularity)japan Type Of The Pacific Side Poster That Has Been Not Used In European Promotion. (created By Yoji Shinkawa Of Metal Gear Solid Reputation)
"I think the only reason I've had the career life that I've had is that someone told me some secrets early on about living ... You can do the very best you can when you're very, very relaxed, no matter what it is or what your job is, the more relaxed you are the better you are ... That's sort of why I got into acting. I realized the more fun I had, the better I did it. And I thought, that's a job I could be proud of ... http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2fm12s/bill_murray_shows_up_at_toronto_ghostbusters/
Plus a lot of people hate how whiny Shinji can be but in the manga he's a little less and it shows his thought process so you tend to agree with him a lot easier. The anime is a classic, as is End of Evangelion. The Rebuilds are pretty nice too, but they tell a different story. I wouldn't call them bad at all, just different. The manga is great for what it is, and I highly recommend it. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2fotmf/the_japanese_version_of_the_pacific_rim_poster/
Americans "will not accept films with subtitles" - Helen Mirren fought to do her movie ‘Hundred-Foot Journey’ in French but the "reality is that the vast American public will not accept films with subtitles. People in Ohio have to go and see the movie"Americans "will not accept films with subtitles" - Helen Mirren fought to do her movie ‘Hundred-Foot Journey’ in French but the "reality is that the vast American public will not accept films with subtitles. People in Ohio have to go and see the movie"
al are issues there just as they are here in the U.S. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2fn7mg/americans_will_not_accept_films_with_subtitles/
"Forrest Gump" IMAX rerelease bombs hard on Friay with just $109,000 from 337 theaters. At an average of $18.50 per ticket, that means each theater had around 17 ticket sales total.
(2 children) And the subject itself is very interesting. Pick up the book if you don't mind non-fiction (though it's one of those non-fiction books that reads like fiction a la Devil in the White City). I wish we could get more Age of Sail movies. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2fnjxu/first_look_at_chris_hemsworth_in_ron_howards/
First look at Chris Hemsworth in Ron Howard's Heart of the SeaFirst look at Chris Hemsworth in Ron Howard's Heart of the Sea
(1 child) Real IMAX theaters are the ones that show the 70mm film, which provides a much bigger picture and higher resolution than standard film. "lieMAX" is Digital IMAX, which many theaters now use. The projectors use a digital version of the 70mm film which has been converted into 2k resolution. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2fntt4/forrest_gump_imax_rerelease_bombs_hard_on_friay/