Question by DonnaMici: What are is your list of 5 underrated movies?
1-Hudsucker Proxy – smart and ridiculously funny
2-Taking Lives – very hot sex scenes w/ Ethan Hawke and Angelina Jolie-grusome elevator scene w/ the great Gena Rowlands
3-Tin Men – Divito is outrageous and Dreyfus at his best
4-The Beach – Tremendous adventure
5-Donnie Brasco- One of Al Pacino’s best performances
*What is your list of 5 underrated movies
Answer by KAT Accidental Tourist – a gem. Kathleen Turner, Gena Davis and William Hurt
You Can Count on Me – Brother and sister relationship. Very well done. Laura Linney
K-Pax – Kevin Spacy is an alien?
Secretary with Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Spader with a sadomasochism theme
Suspended Animation – An original horror with sister cannibals!
Mary & Max – Claymation about two unlikely pen pals. Very entertining
Question by Kacey R: In what order do I watch the FullMetal Alchemist series with the movies?
In what order do I watch these:
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Fullmetal Alchemist Movie: The Conqueror of Shambala
Fullmetal Alchemist: Blind Alchemist
Fullmetal Alchemist: Simple People
Fullmetal Alchemist: Tales of the Master
Answer by mslily Just to be clear, Brotherhood is a reboot of the series. What happens in the 2003 show does not affect Brotherhood. The OVA’s are side stories and do not affect the plot at all. They’re coming out one per disc, and there’s often two episodes per disc, so I’m making an educated guess on when to watch them within the show. You can also wait and watch them when you’re done.
This story diverges when they run out of material from the manga. Instead of going into fillers, they wrote an anime original ending, along with a follow-up movie conclusion.
FMA TV (2003)
FMA Movie: The Conqueror of Shambala
This story follows the manga pretty faithfully, but since so many viewers were fans of the first series, they didn’t go into much detail about the earlier stories in order to get to the new stuff more quickly. Anything important they skipped got an explanation or flashback when it became relevant to the story.
OVA: Blind Alchemist (after episode 2)
OVA: Simple People (after episode 4)
OVA: Tales of the Master (after episode 6)
Question by Faith H: What are some good romantic anime movies?
Hmm a fantasy one would be good or just an adorable teenage romance or something
ANd ould you include a website i could watch them on withhout getting a virus?
Answer by kAtHy o my gosh, fushigi yuugi is the best anime ever!!!!!!!!!!!! check it out on youtube, type in fushigi yuugi episode 1 part 1. best anime EVER!!!!!!!!!!
Question by August: I’m looking for some really good old movies?
I’m a fan of older movies. I am particularly looking for good old comedies, but anything really works. I love Mel Brooks films ie. Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles, Robin Hood: Men in Tights ect. I love the Princess Bride (much more recent). I also like to go back to Casablanca and others like that. Basically, I am just asking peoples opinions on good older movies. I’d like to broaden my movie knowledge.
Answer by banjo look into all of eddie murphys old films you should love them
Question by : Do movies and TV shows accurately portray hypnotism?
Shows such as “The Mentalist” portray hypnotism as a device which gives the hypnotist full control (via suggestion) to the person under the influence. Is this portrayal of hypnotism accurate? Is this even possible?
Answer by Royael In New York, I went to a hypnotist to stop smoking. After an hour long process, he asked me how I felt and my response was that I wanted a cigarette. I think all hypnotist are frauds!
Question by : Should i watch the full metal alchemist movies or skip to the next season?
Do the full metal alchemist movies/movie pertain at all to the main story? and if it does is there an English Dub of it? i just finished episodes 1-51 and i’m eager to continue xD. Basically i want to know how many movies there are that take place after the original 1-51, and if there’s an english dub of it. And also, is there a second season? i think i’ve heard of FMA: Brotherhood but i’m not sure if that’s legit? thx
Answer by Donk287 Jacob Full Metal Alchemist Season 2 Opening Awesome …
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After recieving a very positive response on my first Harry Potter video, the time has finally come when I have updated it for you all to try and include all the spells and The Half Blood Price, however I am only muggle, so sorry if I have STILL missed any spells! Also please bear in mind I had to speed bits up as my video went over the 15 minute limit! Enjoy! And PLEASE subscribe! Video Rating: 4 / 5
Question by Ellie: What are some tv shows, movies, books,and songs that reference counterculture/hippies/the 1960s and 70s?
Please list as many as you can remember, they don’t need to be made in the 1960s, just about the 1960s. Thanks in advance!
Answer by LKMalika “That 70s Show” is the only one I can think of.
am sure that after watching this video you will always be aware of the same Illuminati / Masonic symbolism in movies. There are thousands of movies with Illuminati symbolism in them, I show very few. YouTube search for more. It is incredible what you will see. Please note that I have put in very few examples of the 9/11 symbolism. This is because so many films have 9/11 symbolism (before Sept 11th 2001) that it would make an hour or more of footage. A few people have already made videos dedicated to 9/11 symbolism and you can watch some of them here: www.youtube.com The Illuminati believe that to control the media is to control the public. This is one of their stated agendas. Remember, finances, media, law, government and education are the areas they targeted as being the best to dominate society. How do they do this? They don’t go to a film producer and say, “Oh, by the way, we’re Illuminati members and we want you to make a movie that promotes our agenda”. (Remember, they aren’t stupid, either). Instead, they will form a small investment corporation that funds movies with ideas that they like. They quietly hire actors, producers, directors and scripts, but they never mention their affiliation publicly or why they are doing this. Since the Illuminati cannot reject their existance, they put their agenda in movies, TV shows and games so our brain filters it out as sci-fiction. Note: Walt Disney is used to manipulate / program children. Exclusive Interview with an Ex … Video Rating: 4 / 5
(Part 2 of 2.) Charles from Austin, Texas (another Charles than the first caller) is a Greek Orthodox Christian. During the second half of his call he talks about cognitive dissonance and open-mindedness. Segment of The Atheist Experience #635 of December 13, 2009, with Russell Glasser and Martin Wagner. Topic: Live calls. This entire episode can be watched on Blip.tv: ► blip.tv What is The Atheist Experience? The Atheist Experience is a weekly cable access television show in Austin, Texas, geared at an atheist and non-atheist audience. The Atheist Experience is produced by the Atheist Community of Austin (ACA), a nonprofit educational corporation to develop and support the atheist community, to provide opportunities for socializing and friendship, to promote secular viewpoints, to encourage positive atheist culture, to defend the first amendment principle of state-church separation, to oppose discrimination against atheists and to work with other organizations in pursuit of common goals. ► www.Atheist-Experience.com ► http ► www.NonProphetsRadio.com Watch The Atheist Experience live (Sundays) ► tinyurl.com Support the ACA (donations/membership): ► www.Atheist-Community.org ► www.Atheist-Community.org ► Blog: AtheistExperience.blogspot.com ► Wiki www.IronChariots.org ► DVDs atheist-community.org ► Cartoons: Atheist-Community.org ► E-mail: email@example.com Video Rating: 4 / 5