Jet Li in Fearless

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Jet Li as Huo Yuanjia
Nathan Jones as Hercules O'Brien - American wrestler
Yong Dong as Nong Jinsun - close friend of Yuanjia
Collin Chou as Huo Endi - father of Yuanjia
Nakamura Shido as Anno Tanaka - karate practitioner
Betty Sun as Yueci
Hee Ching Paw as Qijing Bao - mother of Yuanjia
Mike Leeder as Referee Randall
Ian Powers as Bellboy Dante
Anthony De Longis as Anthony - Spanish fencer
Brandon Rhea as Hans - German spearfighter
Jean Claude Leuyer as Peter Smith - British boxer
Masato Harada as Mr. Mita

Director: Ronny Yu
Producer: Bill Kong
Screenwriter: Chris Chow, Christine To
Photography: Poon Hang Sang
Editor: Virginia Katz
Costume Designer: Thomas Chong
Composer: Shigeru Umebayashi

Fearless also known in Chinese as Hua Yuanjia. This is a 2006 film starred by Jet Li and directed by Ronny yu. It is loosely based on the life of a legendary Chinese martial artist, Huo Yuanjia, who challenged foreign fighters in highly publicized events, restoring the nationalism and pride to China at a time when Western Imperialism and Japanese manipulation were eroding the country. In an interview, Jet Li stated that this film is his last wushu martial arts epic, a point also made in the movie's television promotions and other publicity. Fearless was released last June 23, 2006 in the UK and September 22, 2006 in US.

Jet Li's Fearless is already a box office hit in Asia which is directed by Ronny Yu. This is also Jet Li's final martial arts masterpiece film that is capping a tremendous body of work in that genre.

Fearless ScreenshotsThis movie reunites the actor and martial arts superstar with the producer Bill Kong and action choreographer Yuen Wo Ping as he portrays martial arts legend Huo Yuanjia, who became the most popular fighter all over China in 20th Century. Huo faced incredible personal tragedy but ultimately fought his way out of darkness and into history, forever defining the true spirit of martial arts. His self- discovery, and the choices he made, inspired his nation.

The son of a great fighter who do not wish for his child to follow his achievements, the bullied Huo Yuanjia resolves to teach himself how to fight. Years of training enables him to ace every match in his home region of Tianjin. But as his fame as a martial arts master improves, so does his pride. After an ill-advised fight leads to another master's death, members of Huo's family are killed just for revenge. Grieving and ashamed, Huo wanders the country in shock. Near death, he is rescued by women from an idyllic village, and is offered simple kindness and generosity that help him heal and regain his equilibrium over a period of several years. Huo then realizes that the future of martial arts lies in sportsmanship and not brutality, and he rejoins society to apply what he has learned.

Fearless ScreenshotsReturning to his homeland, Huo takes steps to come to terms with his past and restore his family's name. His evolving, graceful Mizong Fist method of fighting brings Huo renewed success, and he forms the progressive Jingwu Sports Federation. Taking note, duplicitous members of the Foreign Chamber of Commerce engineer a shanghai tournament pitting Huo against four fighters, each representing the major foreign powers in China. Huo commits to the bout and faces off against, respectively, a British boxer, a Spanish swordsman, a Belgian soldier, and a Japanese martial artist. What happened that day in 1910 has never been forgotten in China.

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CentennialCentennial was debuted on the 1st of October 1978 and ended on the 4th of February 1979. The series was based on a novel written by James Michener. It has only one season starred by Richard Jaeckel, Mark Harmon, Sharon Gless, and many others. The series was set on a town named Centennial in Colorado and shows the history of the town from 1795 to 1970s.

Richard Jaeckel as Sgt. Lykes
Mark Harmon as Captain John McIntosh
Sharon Gless as Sidney Endermann
Robert Conrad as Pasquinel
Lynn Redgrave as Charlotte Buckland Seccombe
David Janssen as Paul Garrett / Narrator

This is the story of the evolution of the town Centennial, Colorado. It follows the paths of dozens of people who come to the area for many reasons: money, freedom, or crime. It also shows the bigoted treatment of the Native Indians by the advancing US colonists. It is topped off with a murder mystery that takes 100 years to solve.

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Thirty Something

Thirty SomethingThirty Something was one of the award winning American television series. It was premiered on the 29th of September 1987 and ended on the 28th of May 1991. The series was created by Marshall Herskovitz and it has four seasons with eighty-six episodes.

The series follows the lives of a married couple named Michael and Hope Streadman and Michael cousin's named Melissa. Michael portrayed by Ken Olin, was an advertising business with his best friend Elliot. Hope portrayed by Mel Harris was a writer and stay home mother whose having a problem with her wanting to be with their daughter Janey at home and her need to work. Melissa portrayed by Melanie Mayron was a photographer. They were joined by Elliot and Gary; Michael's best friend, Nancy; Elliot's wife, Susannah, Gary's wife; Ellyn, Hope's best friend. They are living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and all are in their thirties.

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Saw IIICast
Tobin Bell as John Kramer / Jigsaw
Shawnee Smith as Amanda
Angus MacFadyen as Jeff
Dina Meyer as Kerry
Kim Roberts as Deborah
Bahar Soomekh as Lynn

Director: Darren Lynn Bousman
Screenwriter: Leigh Wannell
Story: James Wan
Producer: Gregg Hoffman, Oren Koules, Mark Burg
Executive Producer: Daniel Jason Heffner, Stacey Testro
Director of Photography: David A. Armstrong
Composer: Charlie Clouser

Saw IIITerminally ill serial killer Jigsaw continues ensnaring sad sacks in lethal games, this time from his deathbed, in Saw III, though to its credit, director Darren Lynn Bousman's second contribution to the Halloween-timed franchise has slightly more kick than his prior effort. Without any differentiation in color palette, editorial structure, tone, or quantity of blood from its predecessors, this latest gory go-round picks up where last year's film ended, following Jigsaw and apprentice Amanda as they kidnap a doctor and force her to keep Jigsaw alive—via an explosive collar that'll detonate if the fiend's heart-rate falls—just long enough to watch another captive, Jeff, perform a succession of horrific tests. As before, salvation is achievable through bodily sacrifice, yet series creators James Wan and Leigh Whannell bring a bit more heft to their decaying conceit by having Jeff's ordeal be crafted by Jigsaw not only as a lesson in the perils of vengeance, but also in the necessity of letting go of past misfortunes, the tragedy in question being the death of Jeff's young son. Faced with the choice of saving those responsible for his kid's demise (as well as the culprit's light punishment) by suffering pain, or being condemned by Jigsaw to a worse, unspecified fate, Jeff is compelled to confront both his anger and his grief, a more nuanced predicament that, during a sequence in which Jeff is aske to save a judge from drowning in slaughtered pig goo by burning the physical reminders of his son's life (photographs, stuffed animals, etc.), even flirts with emotional gravity. In general, however, Saw III simply peddles gruesomeness of a disgusting rather than frightening order, its intricate deathtrap set pieces only barely complemented by the tense rapport between Jigsaw and Amanda, and eventually impaired by the filmmakers' desire, through furious flashbacks, to link all three Saw movies together into a grand Jigsaw-masterminded plot that's elaborate to the point of absurdity.

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My So Called Life

My So Called LifeMy So-Called Life was an American television teen drama series premiered on the first of August and lasted on the 1st of January 1995. It has only one season with nineteen episodes. It was created by Winnie Holzman and produced by Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz. The show starring Bess Armstrong, Wilson Cruz, Claire Danes, Devon Gummersall, A.J Langer, Jared Leto, Devon Odessa, and Tom Irwin.

The series is about a 15 years old named Angela,played by Claire Danes and her trial of being a teenager and dealing with parents, friends,guys and school. It revolves around Angela's crush on heart-throb Jordan Catalano played by Jared Leto.

"I just happened to read the comments made by the previous reviewer and I have to laugh. First I will address the "need for a show about a teen nerd." Have you watched TV at all in the last 50 years? Let's see: Doogie Houser, M.D., Blossom, The Facts of Life, etc... T.V. has repeatedly offered up fare consisting of pure, wholesome, virtuous teenagers.

The fact is that teenagers rebel against their parents, care too much about that they wear, obsess over sex, etc. The teens are a time of experimentation and soul-searching. And My So-Called Life was the first T.V. show that honestly addressed the issues that modern teenagers were facing on a day to day basis. We can thank it for the other television shows that dared to follow its example and offer characters that teenagers can actually relate to.

Unfortunately, it doesn't contain the morality lessons that Leave it to Beaver always imparted, but the morality of the Cleavers was a thing of the past in the divorce-ridden, gay-friendly, sexually aware 90s. And before anyone attempts to throw it in my face that things would be so much better if we could hearken back to days gone by, let me remind you that the "decline of the family" occurred as a result of the staunch and oppressive 50s. People didn't confront issues back then and it made the situation worse. But now we have an opportunity to examine these issues with great programs like My So-Called Life.

It is a travesty of justice that it was ever cancelled." by JSoldanels

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Nicolas Cage as Cris Johnson
Jessica Biel as Liz
Peter Falk as Irv
Tory Kittles as Cavanaugh
Thomas Kretschmann as Mr. Smith
Julianne Moore as Callie Farris

Director: Lee Tamahori
Producer: Nicolas Cage, Todd Garner
Executive Producer: Gary Goldman, Jason Koornick

Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore and Jessica Biel join forces to bring you the heart-pounding thriller that is Next. Cris Johnson (Cage) earns his living in a seedy Las Vegas magic act, but his ability to see a few minutes into the future is authentic. Government agent Callie Ferris (Oscar nominee Moore) knows this, and relentlessly recruits him to help thwart a terrorist group fro detonating a nuclear bomb in the heart of Los Angeles. Will the reluctant hero join the desperate race against the clock by daring to see what is Next? Featuring non-stop action, explosive special effects and adrenaline-charged Special Features, this is an exciting adventure you won't want to miss!

Cris Johnson has the ability to see 2 minutes into his own future. He works a low-level magic act in Las Vegas with this secret ability and also makes money gambling. However, an FBI Agent sees his uncanny ability to foresee the immediate future and tries to get him to foil a terrorist plot.

The basic plot outline above isn't wholly exciting and can initially smell of outdated Cold War plot lines. And seeing that it is in the hands of Hollywood in the form of big budget action vehicle it will definitely turn many viewers off. The recent highly contrived sci-fi action movie "Deja Vu" is also another potential unfair strike against this movie. But, be clear of doubt, this film is actually good and it succeeds in being intriguing and not cheesy at the same time - completely unlike the "Deja Vu." "Next" leaves a lot to the audience's imagination and certain things are there just for you to accept on the basis that this is a movie - no lengthy pseudo-science speeches here. The movie also makes very good use of computer effects - there aren't many and the few that there are, aren't awful looking like director Lee Tamahori's last feature "XXX: The State of the Union" Johnson's clairvoyance is shown in a clever way and the story takes several nice turns. There is the stock Hollywood romantic angle here, but cheesiness is mercifully spared as it is not over done, but actually played out humorously in certain scenes.

Then the kicker is the ending, which I dare not give away, and it is a real breath of fresh air. It leaves you a lot to think about and that ultimately ends this film with, not a bang which many people might expect from a big-budget action-fest. No, definitely not a bang, but a hum. That hum will stay with you for a while after you finish watching as you think about what happened and what may still happen.

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Boy Meets World TV Show

Boy Meets WorldBoy Meets World was an American situation comedy that revolved around the everyday life of Cernelius "Cory" Mathews (Ben Savage), who grows up from a curious Junior High School boy to a matured married man. Each episode in Boy Meets World sets Cory up with a problem or situation, usually it is his childhood sweetheart Topanga (Danielle Fishel), whom he later marries, his best friend Shawn (Rider Strong), his family or his teachers who helps him overcome this problem. In the later part of the series, in their college years, the show started dealing with more mature issues like sex, jealousy, rebellion, etc.

Boy Meets World ran for seven seasons on ABC from September 24, 1993 to May 5, 2000. The show consistently had top ratings from its debut to its seventh and last season.

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Transformers Movie

Shia LaBeouf as Sam Witwicky
Megan Fox as Mikaela Banes
Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime(voice)
Hugo Weaving as Megatron(voice)
Mark Ryan as Bumblebee(voice)
Darius McCrary as Jazz(voice)
Jess Harnell as Barricade/Ironhide(voice)
Jim Wood as Bonecrusher(voice)
Reno Wilson as Frenzy(voice)
Robert Foxworth as Ratchett(voice)

Director: Michael Bay
Screenwriter: Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman
Producer: Tom de Santo, Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Director of Photography: Mitchell Amundsen
Music: Steve Jablonsky

The interstellar battle between the Autobots and Decepticons rains destruction down on planet Earth as director Michael Bay adapts Hasbro and Takara's popular Transformers franchise into a big-budget, live-action summer tentpole extravaganza in this ambitious sci-fi action feature starring Shia LaBeouf, Tyrese Gibson, Bernie Mac, John Turturro, Jon Voight, and, of course, Optimus Prime and Megatron. Long ago, on the planet of Cybertron, a massive, powerful alien race divided into two factions, the noble Autobots, and the devious Decepticons. They fought for the sole access to a talisman known as the Allspark, a cube with the capacity to grant infinite power, and eventually the Autobots smuggled it off the planet's surface, hiding it in an unknown location on Earth. Now, hundreds of years later, the Deceptac Charlie Adler as Starscream(voice)ons have come looking for it, and if the Autobots don't find it first, the Earth will be enslaved or destroyed by the evil aliens' use of its massive power. The Autobots don't know where the cube was hidden, but the information may be stored in the most unlikely of sources, as a gangly young Earthling named Sam Witwicky (LaBeouf) who's just picked up his first car, has a strange connection to the Allspark's history, making him the unlikely ally of these enormous creatures, as they fight for humankind's survival and the chance to return home.

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The Six Million Dollar Man

The Six Million Dollar ManThe Six Million Dollar Man was American TV series that classified as Action's Sci-Fi series and premiered on January 18, 1974 until March 6, 1978. The series originally based on the novel of Martin Caidin, and aired on ABC as regular series in all part of the United States. Lee Majors was the main character as he portrayed Steve Austin, the first Bionic Man that barely alive, who's stronger and faster than he was before.

This series revolves the adventures of the Bionic Man that cybernetically improved astronaut and turned to secret agent who's employed by the OSI. Oscar Goldman (Richard Anderson) as director of this agency and supervised scientist who created also his own cybernetics, Rudy Wells. Steve Austin has bionic arm and legs that gives strength and speed to him, not included his improved vision provided by his artificial eye. This power will get use to fight enemy agents, aliens, mad scientist and a wide variety of villains.

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Scary Movie 4

Scary Movie 4Cast
Anna Faris as Cindy
Regina Hall as Brenda
Craig Bierko as Tom Ryan
Bill Pullman as Henry Hale
Anthony Anderson as Mahalik
Leslie Nielsen as Presiden Baxter Harris
Molly Shannon as Marilyn
Michael Madsen as Oliver
Chris Elliot as Ezekiel
Carmen Electra as Holly
Shaquille O'Neal as Shaq
Phil McGraw as Dr.Phil

Director: David Zucker
Screenplay: Craig Mazin and Jim Abrahams
Cinematography: Thomas E. Ackerman
Music: James L. Venable
US Distributor: Dimension Films

About the Movie
Scary Movie 4 is a cobbled together parody of four generally accessible movies. These are Saw, War of the Worlds, The Grudge, and The Village. Along the way, there are digs at other movies like Fahrenheit 9/11 and Brokeback Mountain. The way in which these storylines are interwoven makes no sense, but it doesn't have to. The production team features David Zucker and Jim Abrahams, two of the three members of ZAZ(Zucker/Abrahams/Zucker), the trio responsible for Airplane! and The Naked Gun, and their goal is to find a familiar looking backdrop for a clothesline of spoofs and jokes. This "saturation style" of comedy doesn't work as well as it has in the past because the ratio of failed jokes to successful ones is too high. It's not exactly work to sit through Scary Movie 4, but there are times when it comes close.

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