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Mel Gibson Signs. Cool photos!

11th June 2007

Mel Gibson Signs. Cool photos!

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Hello Friends,

 

Last night, I watched Mel Gibson’s "Signs" movie. It was a really good one and I enjoyed it to the maximum. I even turned the lights off to get the desired effect LOOL!. When the movie begins, you just feel like there’s something scary about it and this what you feel almost all the movie (except the end at which you feel relieved … well a little bit lets say) especially when they go down to the basement at the time of attack. Anyway, I searched for photos from this movie and I found some of them here. Take a look below. I hope you like them.

 

PS: if you didn’t watch this movie, I strongly recommend you to. After all, it’s Mel Gibson who’s acting here 😉

 

 

enjoy the photos . . .

 




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best regards,

Tony Sticks.

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8th June 2007

Mel Gibson Apocalypto review . . . Nice!

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I’ve been looking for information about Mel Gibson when I found this review of the Apocalypto movie. To tell the truth, I didn’t see this movie, but this review encouraged me to watch it. I’m going to get it soon and watch it. Read the review below, it’s really nice and if you didn’t see that movie yet then just do it. I’m sure that you’ll like it because it’s directed by Mel Gibson and it was nominated the Academy Award 2006.

 

 

APOCALYPTO (2006)

TITLE

Apocalypto

 

STARRING

Rudy Youngblood, Dalia Hernandez, Morris Birdyellowhead, Jonathan Brewer, Carlos Emilio Baez, Amilcar Ramirez

 

WHAT THE BOX DOESN’T TELL YOU

Gruesome filmmaking is Gibson’s specialty and this movie does not stray from from that expertise. If you think of his roles as an actor, especially in action and drama genres, there were always many injuries sustained and no lack of violence. In his role behind the camera as writer and director, he’s created some pretty expressive moments, but these are often overshadowed by graphic scenes of humanity exacting its worst upon itself. In this Mayan epic, a young, but somewhat hesitant warrior (Youngblood) must attempt to hide his pregnant wife and their young child from an attacking tribe whose superior combat skills and religiously-inspired motives make for a deadly combination. There’s not a lot of historical meat to the story, so its hard to take issue with this re-telling of the events that ultimately led to the downfall of the Mayan civilization, but what we do know is that they began to build and sacrifice well beyond their means – so Apocalypto does capture those elements.

 

WHY I WOULD RENT IT AGAIN

I find it very difficult to watch films like this for two reasons: 1.) I was expecting more to the story and kept hoping there would be fewer scenes displaying how much Gibson has learned about making pain and torture look real, AND 2.) sometimes the violence is it just too distressing and has ceased to advance the story or plot. I did like the focus on a marginalized culture with regards to cinematic storytelling. The film isn’t in English, which is also a credit to the project and helps to preserve some authenticity. I believe the editing was well done, but again there’s a lot of graphic violence throughout the film, which can be distracting, because it isn’t Riggs getting beat up by the bad guy he’s pursuing or ‘Mad’ Max and his cheesy Aussie kick-ass antics.

 

WILL MY GIRLFRIEND/BOYFRIEND LIKE IT?

I see this as more a guy film, but could be equally enjoyed by women.

 

SPECIAL FEATURES

Mel Gibson, making of blah, blah, blah. If you like that stuff, I scrolled through the menu and there is plenty of it.

 

 

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Best regards,

Tony Sticks.

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