Friday, October 17, 2008

ENTERTAINMENT ZONE


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Welcome guest, here i am now for my "entertainment zone"
i have done this before..and now here's a new list of

TOP FIVE MOST REMARKABLE ROLE PLAYED BY AN ACTOR
PART TWO


but then let me give you the recap of our previous list
TOP 5=JOHNY DEPP AS JACK SPARROW,WILLY WONKA AND EDWARD SCISSORHANDS
TOP 4=DANIEL RADCLIFFE AS HARRY POTTER
TOP 3=TOBY MAGUIRE AS SPIDER MAN
TOP 2=ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGER AS TERMINATOR
TOP 1=ROWAN ATKINSON AS MR BEAN


NOW FOR OUR NEW LIST
LETS BEGIN WITH

TOP 5 MOST REMARKABLE ROLE PLAYED BY AN ACTOR
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"LEONARDO DICARPIO AS JACK DAWSON"




Titanic is a 1997 disaster film directed, written, co-produced and co-edited by James Cameron about the sinking of the RMS Titanic. It features Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson, and Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater, two members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ill-fated 1912 maiden voyage of the ship. The main characters and the central love story are fictional, but some supporting characters (such as members of the ship's crew) are based on real historical figures.
Jack Dawson A penniless artist who travels the world, Jack wins tickets to the RMS Titanic in a card game. He is attracted to Rose's beauty and convinces her out of an attempted suicide. This heroic act enables him to mix with the first-class passengers for a night. He in turn shows her a carefree way of life which she had dreamed of but never had the courage to experience firsthand.

TOP 4 MOST REMARKABLE ROLE PLAYED BY AN ACTOR


"MACAULAY CULKIN AS RICHIE RICH"







Macaulay Carson Culkin is an American actor and writer. He is perhaps best known for portraying Kevin McCallister in Home Alone and the title character of Richie Rich. At the height of his fame he was regarded as the most successful child actor since Shirley Temple. He was ranked # 2 in VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars".
Richie Rich (sometimes stylized Ri¢hie Ri¢h) is a 1994 live-action film adaptation of the Harvey Comics comic book character Richie Rich. Directed by Donald Petrie, the film stars Macaulay Culkin as the title character (this would be his final movie as a "child actor").
Richie Rich is the world's wealthiest kid, a billionaire, getting $100,000 a week and has anything money can buy, except friends (except his loyal butler Cadbury). But he thinks he might get his chance when he encounters a group of sandlot kids playing baseball. By being himself, he manages to win their friendship and loyalty. Meanwhile, evil businessman Lawrence Van Dough is conspiring to dispose of Richie and his family in order to break into the fabled Rich family vault. Now, it's up to Richie, Cadbury, the loyal about the Rich staff and Richie's friends to stop Van Dough and save his parents.

TOP 3 MOST REMARKABLE ROLE PLAYED BY AN ACTOR

"JIM CARREY AS THE MASK"




The Mask is a 1994 action comedy film, based on a series of comic books published by Dark Horse Comics. This film was directed by Chuck Russell, and produced by Dark Horse Entertainment and New Line Cinema, and originally released to movie theatres on July 29, 1994. The film stars Jim Carrey as Stanley Ipkiss (also known as The Mask), who was nominated for a Golden Globe and a Golden Raspberry Award for his role; and Cameron Diaz, in her film debut as Tina Carlyle. The movie received one Oscar nomination, for visual effects. The film marked Carrey's 17th film role. It was shot entirely in Los Angeles.

This movie was rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some stylized violence and language.

Jim Carrey as Stanley Ipkiss / The Mask: The main protagonist of the film, Jim Carrey, who portrays Stanley Ipkiss, commented that he characterized Stanley after his own father, "a nice guy, just trying to get by". Stanley is a seemingly unlucky banker who, on a particular messy day finds a mysterious wooden mask. When Ipkiss puts on the Mask, he becomes a wacky, zoot-suited, suave man. Ipkiss falls in love with Tina Carlyle, the dancer and singer at the Coco Bongo and girlfriend of local mobster Dorian Tyrell. Ipkiss is later betrayed by his associate Peggy Brandt, who sells him out to Dorian and his men in return for money. Ipkiss is arrested by police detectives Lt. Mitch Kellaway and his partner Doyle. He manages to break free with the help of his dog and sidekick, Milo, along with a reluctant Kellaway at gunpoint. Ipkiss sets out to rescue Tina and many other lives from Tyrell (as the Mask) who was plotting to overthrow his boss, Niko. Ipkiss sneaks into the casino, only to be captured by Tyrell's henchman, Orlando. Tina tricks Dorian into removing the Mask, kicking it into the air, where it caught by Milo. Stanley and Dorian fight, until Ipkiss gains the strength and courage, knocking out Tyrell. Ipkiss scares away Tyrell's men (as the Mask) and swallows the bomb. He then proceeds to flush Dorian down the drain using a magical paintbrush. Stanley, his close friend Charlie, Tina and Milo throw the Mask into the river.

he movie was a total box-office success, grossing $119 million domestically and over $350 million worldwide. Critics also approved of the movie, including Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times which gave the film 3 stars, noting Jim Carrey for his "joyful performance

TOP 2 MOST REMARKABLE ROLE PLAYED BY AN ACTOR


"SYLBESTER STALLONE AS JOHN RAMBO"



Rambo (also known as Rambo IV or John Rambo) is a 2008 action film starring Sylvester Stallone as Vietnam War veteran John Rambo. Stallone also co-wrote and directed the film. It is the fourth installment of the Rambo franchise, twenty years since the last film.

Rambo holds the record with the most kills out of the entire Rambo series, with 262 kills ; also the number is more than that of the previous three movies combined. Stallone justified this in a press conference by saying the violence in the film was to underline the ongoing problems in Burma. Since the intake of $39,544,076 in DVD sales, the film's total film gross is raised to $152,787,231.

Rambo opened in 2,751 theaters on January 25, 2008 and grossed $6,490,000 on its opening day, and $18,200,000 over its opening weekend. It was the second highest grossing movie for the weekend behind Meet the Spartans. As of June 29, 2008, the film has a domestic box office gross of $42,754,105 and a foreign gross of $70,489,050, giving it a worldwide total of $113,243,155.

The film has grossed $38,966,551 in DVD sales, bringing its total film gross to $152,209,706.

In an unprecedented move, Europe's biggest cinema chain (and the third biggest in the world), Odeon, controversially refused to show the film on any of its screens in the United Kingdom, blaming "commercial differences". UCI has followed suit in its Republic of Ireland cinemas, which are managed by Odeon.

THE MOST REMARKABLE ROLE PLAYED BY AN ACTOR

"TOM HANKS AS FOREST GUMP"

Forrest Gump is a 1994 comedy-drama film based on the 1986 novel of the same name by Winston Groom and the name of the title character of both. The film was a huge commercial success, earning US$ 677 million worldwide during its theatrical run making it the top grossing film in North America released that year. The film garnered a total of 13 Academy Award nominations, of which it won six, including Best Picture, Best Visual Effects, Best Director (Robert Zemeckis), and Best Actor (Tom Hanks).

The film tells the story of a man with an IQ of 75 and his epic journey through life, meeting historical figures, influencing popular culture and experiencing first-hand historic events of the 20th century while being largely unaware of their significance, due to his low intelligence. The film differs substantially from the book on which it was based.

Though superficially Gump might not seem to understand all that goes on around him, the viewer gets the sense that he knows enough, the rest being superfluous detail. Roger Ebert offers the example of Jenny telling Forrest, "You don't know what love is."

Over Jenny's grave, Forrest ponders whether life is governed by a predetermined fate, as his Vietnam commanding officer emphatically believes, or whether it's a series of meaningless accidents, as his mother offers on her deathbed, concluding "maybe it's both, maybe both happening at the same time." The feather at either end of the movie may represent this train of thought-- it floats randomly in the breeze, but will eventually, inevitably come floating back down.

It has been noted that while Forrest follows a very conservative lifestyle, Jenny's life is full of countercultural embrace, complete with drug usage and antiwar rallies, and that their eventual marriage might be a kind of tongue-in-cheek reconciliation.

Other commentators believe that the film forecast the 1994 Republican Revolution and used the image of Forrest Gump to promote traditional, conservative values adhered by Gump's character.

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