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DJ Trey treated me to a movie

 

(Collab with Trey Cirok)

Guest Starring my best friend Missy, how really needs to make a flickr :P,

Thanks again for working with me on this pose:)

 

Song that inspired this picture is

Alien Ant Farm - Movies

 

♫♪ Listen to it here ♫♪

 

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"... we'll watch movies or something."

 

wearing:

~Nerido~ Lika Shirt

Moon Elixir x MUSE Secret Garden Lingerie

 

@ [Bar Fetiche]

  

After a year of closure, limited audience attendance. With masks, of course.

 

We cook your meals, we haul your trash, we connect your calls, we drive your ambulances. We guard you while you sleep. Do not... fuck with us. - Tyler Durden

Old Movies 16mm old photographs and photography equipment seem to find me, I have loads of old prints and negatives as well as many rolls of 16 mm movies like you see here, it has always amazed me that these things get abandoned and I find them in flea markets and junk shops. don't have a clue why I still own them, shot in North Carolina.

- Bikini -

HORNTAIL - Ayame Maitreya Bikini > mainstore

 

- Backdrop -

.:Joplino:. Backdrop Summer Movies > mainstore

 

- Necklace -GACHA

#1-UT-Angel NAMETAG Necklace GOLD> @ PARTY PEOPLE FAIR

- pose - A&RModel Pose

- hair - *barberyumyum*B01(mix)

 

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Amsterdam - Haarlemmerdijk.

 

The Movies is the oldest (1912) working cinema in Amsterdam.

4 screens, 400 seats in total.

 

The Movies is de oudste (1912) nog in gebruik zijnde bioscoop in Amsterdam. De omvang van de bioscoop is bescheiden. Er zijn vier zalen met in totaal 400 stoelen. De bioscoop programmeert zowel blockbusters als arthousefilms en middlebrow.

 

De bioscoop moet mogelijk nog voor het einde van het jaar de deuren sluiten. Er komt vanwege de 1,5 meterregel niet genoeg geld binnen om de huur op te brengen. Er is een petitie gestart voor het redden van de bioscoop.

Movies Are Forever = © 2021 – Robert N. Clinton (aka CyberShutterbug)

 

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omg were at the movies. guess what movie we are seeing . hint: it involves the undead.

i forgot to color mine and summers shoes. were sitting it dark cause the movies playing.

I love to go to movies. In a theatre with a crowd. The crowd is optional, but prefered...

I probably average one a week during the course of a year.

 

A FEW RANDOM THOUGHTS AND WORTHLESS OPINIONS...

 

I hate arriving late for a movie. If the show is about to start... be prepared to see something else or buy tickets for the next showing. "I'm very anal about this". The last time I walked into a darkened theatre was the final installment of "Star Wars". This was only because I had already seen it... I like to have my popcorn and be seated before the coming attractions... "coming attractions" ARE a part of the movie experience. Commercials, on the other hand, suck.

 

Jodie Foster is the only movie star who's films I go to just because she's in them.

 

Russell Crow is my favorite actor. I am still miffed that he did not win the Oscar for "A Beautiful Mind". A film which won "Best Picture", "Best Director", "Best S. Actress", and "Best Writing". All for a movie in which every scene surrounds his character. losing to Denzel Washington(a very good performance) in "Training Day"(an ok film)... so wrong.

... that said. I do think Halle Berry was brilliant in "Monster's Ball". The last ten minutes alone were worthy of an Oscar nomination. She had very little dialogue during this part of the film. The emotions were conveyed in her facial expressions and body language. "Simply amazing"

 

"As Good As It Gets" is that rare movie where I leave the theatre wishing the characters would just keep going... the only film since then to bring out this response in me was "Friends With Money". A movie for which I have yet to lend to anyone who liked it.

Dog goes woof

Cat goes meow

Bird goes tweet

And mouse goes squeek

Cow goes moo

Frog goes croak

And the elephant goes toot

Ducks say quack

And fish go blub

And the seal goes ow, ow, ow

But there's one sound

That no one knows

What does the fox say?

 

Movie night, Snow White style. This was a fun photography outing with some pretty special people at a beautiful sim.

 

Tune: What Does the Fox Say?

 

Place: North

it says "James it was a pleasure working with you.Hope to do it again soon! My very best wishes,Doug McKeon 87. Doug was a super nice guy and a professional.Doug played the young boy in On Golden Pond,in the 80's teen film Mischief and played Ray Boom Boom Mancini in The Ray Mancini Story.

 

My Top 10 Favorite Movies at the moment to be exact. If you have followed me for a while, you might remember this: www.flickr.com/photos/99717434@N04/12554370323/

 

As you can see, quite a lot has changed since then, and movies that were in the top 5 were moved and or removed completely. This is due to me either having a change in taste or me simply seeing new movies since that photo.

 

These ranks are based on how much I enjoy the movie and how much I have watched each film. AND REMEMBER. These are my FAVORITE FILMS, not the best films ever made. These are just movies that I really enjoy.

 

I'll be going from Right to Left, starting with....

 

10. Watchmen: This movie gets a lot of hate, but I love it. Jackie Earl Haley is fantastic as Rorschach, Jeffery Dean Morgan is always a pleasure to see, and the whole film just looks great. Synder may not nail stories, but he can damn sure well make a movie look good. Also a huge fan of the soundtrack. This was moved from the top 5 for two reasons. I've watched some of these others movies a lot more since then, and I liked the other movies better than it, but it still holds a place on my top 10.

 

9. Guardians of The Galaxy: A surprise for me, this movie shocked me with how much I enjoyed it. Casting is great, movie looks great, but the main reason I love it so much is the soundtrack using the 70's music. Hence this, that's why it is only number 9.

 

8. The Big Lebowski: I've only seen it twice, but I love this movie so much. It's so damn quotable. Casting and acting in this is perfect. It's also pretty damn funny.

 

7. Django Unchained: Love Tarantino films. For many of the same reasons of Lebowski, the casting and acting is perfect, it has it's funny moments, it has its offensive moments, and it has its action moments. Just a really enjoyable and entertaining as hell film. It beats Lebowski only by a little, simply because I have watched it more than Lebowski.

 

6. The Dark Knight: While Bale is my least favorite Batman, Heath Ledger's Joker is what puts this movie on the list. Also love Gary Oldman and Aaron Eckhart in it. Just a fantastically shot, written, scored, and acted movie.

 

5. The Shawshank Redemption: Ironically, my 5th spot is the movie that I have seen the least on this list, only seeing it once all the way through, and then parts of it for all other viewings. But that's all it needed. This film is just fantastic. Just a great story of triumph and patience.

 

4. Ghostbusters (1984): It hurts me to have to put the year of the film considering that the trash heap coming out Friday shares the same name. I feel I don't talk about the og Ghostbusters enough, but I love it. You can't go wrong with Bill Murray, and the special effects and writing is great. Over the years as I have grown older and re watched it, I have really come to appreciate it more. And no, I will not be seeing the new "Ghostbusters".

 

3. Zootopia: If you haven't noticed, I've kind of gotten pulled in by this movie, and I don't really know why. On this list, it is my 3rd most watched, hence it being at 3. I've watched this movie maybe 7 or 8 times all the way through, and then a ton more times to just watch scenes. I'm not even a huge Disney fan, but this movie really hit me. The characters are so likable, the voice acting is on point, the animation is impressive and visually stunning. It also has some kickass references to the Godfather and Breaking Bad. Also, JK Simmons is in it. Can't go wrong with JK Simmons. I've been "made fun of" for liking this movie, and some of the "bullies" (for lack of a better word) have now bitten there tongue as they have seen the movie to, and took back the hate.

 

2. The Dark Knight Returns: Weird that my 2 and 3 spots are both animated films. Also funny that I have made a whole series of custom figures from each film at 2 and 3. I am considering Part 1 and 2 as one film, although each parts could easily count as there own movies. It's my favorite Batman story, and I love watching this movie. It may be animated, but it is not for kids. Peter Weller did great as Batman, and I also really liked Michael Emerson's Joker. Just an entertaining move that I have watched to many times to count.

 

1. Jaws: This will always be my #1 favorite film. I doubt it will ever change. I adore this film. Perfect casting, score, effects, writing, and direction. This movie is famously known for being a pain in the ass to make, and it was a better movie for it. People say "the shark looks fake", but I personally think it looks fine. For being made in the 70's, it's damn good. I grew up with this movie, and watched it over and over as a child. I even had it on VHS and had to rewind it over and over before I finally got it on DVD when I got older. The only part that bothered me was the part where Hooper goes into the shark cage. Hell, I wasn't even bothered at the part where the Ben Garner's dead corpse comes out of the side of the boat when Hooper is night diving. Despite this being my favorite film, I have still not made customs of the 3 main protagonist, but that might change soon. I cherish this film as one of my childhood favorites, and as I grew up watching it again, I came to appreciate and love it even more.

 

Also, here are some honorable mentions: Star Wars ESB, Transformers (2007), Ironman, Smokey and The Bandit, Back To The Future, and The Love Bug.

 

What do you think? What do you think of my personal favorite films? I know it's long, but it took time to write, so some feedback to what I have written would be greatly appreciated.

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I think cinema, movies, and magic have always been closely associated. The very earliest people who made film were magicians. Francis Ford Coppola

 

Dire Straits - Making Movies (full album )

www.youtube.com/watch?v=MK_1FziOpG8

Time is moving strangely in this pandemic year. Do you remember how casually we all went to the movies with our friends and families just a few months ago? That was definitely another world and one I miss.

  

Coming back soon (I hope) Movies!

Abandoned Cinemark Movies 10 in Sandusky, Ohio. Opened from 1990 to 2010. It closed when a new Cinemark was opened behind Sandusky Mall.

"There are mysteries which men can only guess at, which age by age they may solve only in part."

 

Bram Stoker's Dracula

A FEW MORE RANDOM THOUGHTS AND WORTHLESS OPINIONS...

 

I only like the second installment of "The Lord of The Rings". Everytime those "fairy princess women" talked, I wanted to sleep... it was like "Shut up already". The third one (King) just went on forever. So many endings. I actually looked at Bruce and said "Is this movie ever gonna end?"... by this point, I was rooting for all the Hobbits to die. I have no interest in seeing a "Hobbit" movie. Put that in the same category as "Mob" movies for me.

 

Peter Jackson's "King Kong", for me, is a modern masterpiece. Besides the fact that I love the character, as well as the tragic love story it tells... the movie just awed me. The scene where Ann is sacrificed to Kong made my jaw dropp... I cried, my heart sank a few times, and my heart rate went up many times. This film did it all for me. This is what movies are all about. A little long, but that's fine.

 

Speaking of long... I hated "The English Patient". This movie is pure torture to watch... a couple great visuals, but pure boredom. I was like "She's dead, die already!!!"

 

I don't mind seeing a movie more than once. Every year there is at least one film I'll see a couple of times... I saw "Batman Begins" 15 times on the big screen. I was a little(?) obsessed with this one.I was so thrilled they finally made a good Batman movie(and got it right) that I was prepaired to take full advantage of it. You never know if it will happen again... though I have more hope now then ever before.

Remembering The Movies ~ The London Palladium ~ Oxford Street ~ London ~ England ~ Saturday April 20th 2019.

 

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You can also buy my WWT card here (The Otter image) or in the shop at the Wetland Centre in Barnes ~ London ~ www.wwt.org.uk/shop/shop/wwt-greeting-cards/european-otte...

 

So I spent Saturday evening at the London Palladium in Oxford Street, London at the Weekend & I got to see the awesome dance show "Remembering The Movies" Staring two of the professional dancers from the BBC show "Strictly Come Dancing" Janette Manrara & Aljaz Skorjanec.

 

I was in the front row, so was able to get quite a few 1/2 decent photo's enjoy lol.:)

 

Have a great Easter Monday Y'all..:)

Remembering The Movies ~ The London Palladium ~ Oxford Street ~ London ~ England ~ Saturday April 20th 2019.

 

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You can also buy my WWT card here (The Otter image) or in the shop at the Wetland Centre in Barnes ~ London ~ www.wwt.org.uk/shop/shop/wwt-greeting-cards/european-otte...

 

So I spent an evening at the London Palladium in Oxford Street, London a few months ago & I got to see the awesome dance show "Remembering The Movies" Staring two of the professional dancers from the BBC show "Strictly Come Dancing" Janette Manrara & Aljaz Skorjanec.

 

I was in the front row, so was able to get quite a few 1/2 decent photo's enjoy lol.:)

 

Have a great Weekend Y'all..:)

Remembering The Movies ~ The London Palladium ~ Oxford Street ~ London ~ England ~ Saturday April 20th 2019.

 

www.flickriver.com/photos/kevenlaw/popular-interesting/ Click here to see My most interesting images

 

Purchase some of my images here ~ www.saatchiart.com/account/artworks/24360 ~ Should you so desire...go on, make me rich..lol...Oh...and if you see any of the images in my stream that you would like and are not there, then let me know and I'll add them to the site for you..:))

 

You can also buy my WWT card here (The Otter image) or in the shop at the Wetland Centre in Barnes ~ London ~ www.wwt.org.uk/shop/shop/wwt-greeting-cards/european-otte...

 

So I spent an evening at the London Palladium in Oxford Street, London a few months ago & I got to see the awesome dance show "Remembering The Movies" Staring two of the professional dancers from the BBC show "Strictly Come Dancing" Janette Manrara & Aljaz Skorjanec.

 

I was in the front row, so was able to get quite a few 1/2 decent photo's enjoy lol.:)

 

Have a great Thursday Y'all..:)

Remembering The Movies ~ The London Palladium ~ Oxford Street ~ London ~ England ~ Saturday April 20th 2019.

 

www.flickriver.com/photos/kevenlaw/popular-interesting/ Click here to see My most interesting images

 

Purchase some of my images here ~ www.saatchiart.com/account/artworks/24360 ~ Should you so desire...go on, make me rich..lol...Oh...and if you see any of the images in my stream that you would like and are not there, then let me know and I'll add them to the site for you..:))

 

You can also buy my WWT card here (The Otter image) or in the shop at the Wetland Centre in Barnes ~ London ~ www.wwt.org.uk/shop/shop/wwt-greeting-cards/european-otte...

 

So I spent last Saturday evening at the London Palladium in Oxford Street, London at the Weekend & I got to see the awesome dance show "Remembering The Movies" Staring two of the professional dancers from the BBC show "Strictly Come Dancing" Janette Manrara & Aljaz Skorjanec.

 

I was in the front row, so was able to get quite a few 1/2 decent photo's enjoy lol.:)

 

Have a great Weekend Y'all..:)

my sweet hubby took my sweet one to a kid movie and I went to see Eat, Pray, Love. It was so nice to watch a non kid movie for once. :)

Remembering The Movies ~ The London Palladium ~ Oxford Street ~ London ~ England ~ Saturday April 20th 2019.

 

www.flickriver.com/photos/kevenlaw/popular-interesting/ Click here to see My most interesting images

 

Purchase some of my images here ~ www.saatchiart.com/account/artworks/24360 ~ Should you so desire...go on, make me rich..lol...Oh...and if you see any of the images in my stream that you would like and are not there, then let me know and I'll add them to the site for you..:))

 

You can also buy my WWT card here (The Otter image) or in the shop at the Wetland Centre in Barnes ~ London ~ www.wwt.org.uk/shop/shop/wwt-greeting-cards/european-otte...

 

So I spent an evening at the London Palladium in Oxford Street, London a few months ago & I got to see the awesome dance show "Remembering The Movies" Staring two of the professional dancers from the BBC show "Strictly Come Dancing" Janette Manrara & Aljaz Skorjanec.

 

I was in the front row, so was able to get quite a few 1/2 decent photo's enjoy lol.:)

 

Have a great Monday Y'all..:)

Took this shot with the T4 while lighting the "Welcome to America" music video.

 

Cinematography by Craig Samuels.

  

street art on shop blinds * behind these shutters hides a video library in Berlin-Kreuzberg * Street art artist: MTO from France. Lives in Berlin

 

Abandoned Cinemark Movies 10 in Sandusky, Ohio. Opened from 1990 to 2010. It closed when a new Cinemark was opened behind Sandusky Mall.

 

360 degree view of this area

www.360cities.net/image/sandusky-ohio-from-above-the-worl...

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