The Power of Books
In this series titled The Power of Books, Bulgarian digital artist Mladen Penev illustrates that very point in a graphic way.
Fan-Made Posters & Empire Magazine Covers For “Man of Steel”
With the summer season upon us, marketing for Warner Bros. upcoming Superman reboot has pumped out two new collectible covers for Empire Magazine, as well as two fan-made posters.
The two fan-made posters (top two pictured above) put the Man of Steel front and center, and despite being fan-made, are pretty damn good as well. On the other side, the two Empire Magazine covers highlight the film’s protagonist and antagonist in Henry Cavill’s Superman and Michael Shannon’s General Zod. Both covers will be available for the magazine’s June release.
Man of Steel hits theaters June 14th and also stars Russell Crowe, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Christopher Meloni and Laurence Fishburne.
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033113. twelfth song: For The First Time.
Amazing news! What Isn’t There will be showing in SAN FRANCISCO on JUNE 8 (SAT) 7:30pm at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts’ New Filipino Cinema Series!
Only $10 and director Marie Jamora will be there for a Q&A and for a FREE panel discussion of “What is New Filipino Cinema?” on JUNE 9 (SUN), 3PM!
Buy your tickets HERE:http://tickets.ybca.org/single/SelectSeating.aspx?p=16760
Curators Joel Shepard and Philbert Dy have an AMAZING selection of films this year: opening with the Ishmael Bernal’s digitally remastered Himala, and featuring: the other Cinemalaya films Kalayaan, Aparisyon, and Diablo; the documentaries Harana and Tundong Magiliw; the critically acclaimed films of Kolossal, Qiyamah, Big Boy, and Ang Paglalakbay ng mga Bituin sa Gabing Madilim; and lastly, with Tiktik: The Aswang Chronicles! There are short films too!!
More about the New Filipino Series HERE:
033113. tenth song: I’m Yours.
Olympus Has Fallen (2013)is about a former Presidential guard (Gerard Butler) who is faced with the task of saving the President (Aaron Eckhart) and the country from inside the White House during a terrorist attack on the White House. The White House has been attacked and the president taken hostage while in negotiations with South Korea. Every member of the secret service inside has been killed with what appears to be a North Korean terrorist group in control of the white house with the only surviving man to help on the inside being Gerard Butler. Through out the movie Gerard Butler is attempting to take down the terrorist group from the inside while having contact with the acting President (Morgan Freeman) on the outside. This movie is full of explosions, gunfire, and hand to hand combat. While watching this movie it had a Die Hard (1988) feel to it, however the story line is amplified from New York to the entirety of the United States. It was a good action movie with a decent plot. The plot was predictable for the most part but the explosions, fire fight and good old action made up for this. There were some points in the movie where I found the actions taken by characters were unrealistic and idiotic, which distracted me from the movie at points. Overall the movie was an excellent action movie to watch for explosions and fights, however it had its flaws and faults in terms of plot. I rated this movie an 8 out of 10 to watch for some exciting, but predictable action.