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sábado, 31 de março de 2012

88 minutos, de Jan Avnet


88 Minutes
Theatrical release poster



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A music video using Massive Attack´s song "Angel" with scenes from Al Pacino´s movie 88 Minutes



Directed by Jon Avnet
Produced by Jon Avnet
Randall Emmett
Michael P. Flannigan
George Furla
Avi Lerner
Gary Scott Thompson
Written by Gary Scott Thompson
Starring Al Pacino
Alicia Witt
Leelee Sobieski
Deborah Kara Unger
Amy Brenneman
Neal McDonough
Benjamin McKenzie
Music by Edward Shearmur
Studio Millennium Films
Distributed by TriStar Pictures (United States)
Warner Bros. (United Kingdom)
Release date(s) March 2, 2007 (Israel)
April 18, 2008 (United States)
Running time 111 minutes
Country United States
Language English


88 Minutes is a 2007 American thriller film directed by Jon Avnet starring Al Pacino, Benjamin McKenzie, Alicia Witt, Leelee Sobieski, Deborah Kara Unger, Amy Brenneman, and Neal McDonough. Filming began in the Vancouver area on October 8, 2005 and wrapped up in December 2005. In 2007 the film was released in various European countries.[2]
In May 2007, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group paid $6 million to acquire North American and select international distribution rights of 88 Minutes.[3][4] The group released this film in the United States theatrically on April 18, 2008 through TriStar Pictures.
Contents  [hide] 
1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Production
3.1 Filming locations
4 Critical reception
4.1 Box office performance
4.2 Home media
5 References
6 External links
[edit]Plot

Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Jack Gramm (Al Pacino) testifies at the trial of suspected serial murderer Jon Forster (Neal McDonough), dubbed "The Seattle Slayer" by police. Gramm's testimony and expert psychiatric opinion is crucial to help convict Forster of the murder of Joanie Coates, who was drugged with halothane, hung upside down, and raped and tortured after the killer broke into her home. After receiving his conviction by the jury, Forster taunts Gramm, saying "Tick- tock, Doc."
Nine years later, as Forster's execution date approaches, several similar torture murders with very similar modi operandi occur. Gramm is questioned by a lawyer from the Attorney General's office as well as FBI Special Agent Frank Parks (William Forsythe) about his connection to the latest victim, Dale Morris, a former psychology student of Gramm's with whom he was at a party the night before, just hours before her death. On the way to his class, Gramm receives a phone call from someone using software to distort their voice, threatening he has 88 minutes to live. He later reports the call to his secretary Shelly (Amy Brenneman) and has her put together a risk assessment profile of potential perpetrators.
Gramm receives another threatening phone call while teaching and becomes suspicious of his students, particularly Mike Stempt (Benjamin McKenzie). The Dean of students, Carol Johnson (Deborah Kara Unger), interrupts the class to evacuate the building due to a bomb threat called in. As he evacuates the lecture hall, Gramm finds a written threat on the overhead projector in the classroom as well as on his car, which has been vandalized in the parking garage. Gramm then is met by his teaching assistant Kim Cummings (Alicia Witt) who offers to help him find the person that's been targeting him. In the stairwell of the parking garage, Gramm comes upon one of his students, Lauren Douglas (Leelee Sobieski), attacked by an unknown assailant and reports the assault to Campus Security.
Gramm and Kim go to his condo where a package has been delivered. Lauren Douglas drops by with the risk assessment of people who may want to kill him that he had asked Shelly to fax to his home. The package contains an old audio tape of his kid-sister, Katie, begging for her life and her subsequent murder. Gramm later explains she was killed several years ago when he left her alone in his apartment while he attended an important meeting; the crime took exactly 88 minutes. As Gramm determines someone had accessed his secure files to obtain the audio tape, suddenly Kim's ex-husband, Guy LaForge (Stephen Moyer), shows up with a gun but is shot and killed from behind by an unknown person wearing a motorcycle helmet and leather protective gear. The shooter flees through the crowd outside after a fire alarm is triggered in the building.
Next, Gramm and Kim visit Sara Pollard (Leah Cairns), the woman Gramm was with the night before, but find her murdered in her apartment with evidence incriminating Gramm. Carol calls Gramm and makes comments suggesting that she is the killer and demands Gramm meet her at his office. Shelly arrives at Sara's apartment and advises Gramm she suspects Lauren was the one who stole the audio tape of Gramm's sister's death. Kim disappears from the apartment and later calls Gramm with a threat similar to Carol's, also demanding he meet her at the office.
Through prison visitation records, Gramm deduces that Forster's appeals attorney, "Lydia Doherty" is actually Lauren using a pseudonym, and surmises she set up the frame on orders from Forster from jail. Kim calls again instructing Gramm to come to another nearby location on campus where he finds Carol has been hung over a seventh floor balcony and Kim is tied up and gagged, held at gun point by Lauren. Lauren threatens Gramm and forces him to "confess" on tape that he gave false testimony at Forster's trial. Special Agent Parks arrives and shoots Lauren, causing both Carol and Lauren to fall from the balcony. Gramm saves Carol, but Lauren comes loose and plummets to her death. When Forster calls asking to speak with Lauren, Gramm informs him Lauren is dead, the set up is over. He then quips "Tick tock, tick tock, you got 12 hours to live." He then hurls the phone into the atrium, where it strikes the ground floor and shatters.
[edit]Cast

Al Pacino as Dr. Jack Gramm
Alicia Witt as Kim Cummings
Leelee Sobieski as Lauren Douglas/Lydia Doherty
Amy Brenneman as Shelly Barnes
William Forsythe as Special Agent Frank Parks
Deborah Kara Unger as Carol Johnson
Benjamin McKenzie as Mike Stempt
Neal McDonough as Jon Forster
Leah Cairns as Sara Pollard
Stephen Moyer as Guy LaForge
Christopher Redman as Jeremy Guber
Brendan Fletcher as Johnny d'Franco
Michael Eklund as J.T. Rycker
Kristina Copeland as Dale Morris
Tammy Hui as Janie Cates
Vicky Huang as Joanie Cates
Victoria Tennant II as Kate
Michal Yannai as Leeza Pearson
Paul Campbell as Albert Jackson
Shia LaBeouf as Student (Uncredited)
[edit]Production

Jon Avnet replaced James Foley as director. Shero Rauf was the digital effects artist for the film.
[edit]Filming locations
The university scenes in the film were shot at the University of British Columbia (UBC) near Vancouver, which stood in for a fictional Northwest Washington University. It attracted much attention on campus (mainly due to Pacino's presence in the film) and filming was interrupted repeatedly because of it. This also could have been because many integral scenes were filmed in the busiest areas of campus during peak class hours. It was common for students to exit buildings after class only to walk into a shooting location.
The Canadian location is much in evidence when Pacino enters a cab early in the film, with a Shoppers Drug Mart store and a Canada Post mailbox in the background. The cab passes a "licenced" establishment. In the middle of the movie there's a scene with a Roots Canada store in the background.
[edit]Critical reception

88 Minutes was heavily panned by critics. The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 5% of critics gave the film positive reviews, based on 120 reviews.[5] On Metacritic, the film has an average score of 17 out of 100, based on 27 reviews.[6] The film was nominated for two Razzie Awards, Worst Actor for Al Pacino and Worst Supporting Actress for Leelee Sobieski.
[edit]Box office performance
In its opening weekend, the film grossed $6,957,216 in 2,168 theaters in the United States and Canada, ranking fourth at the box office and averaging $3,209 per theater. In its second weekend, the film grossed $3,593,890 and fell to number eight at the box office.[7] The film's worldwide gross is $32,593,385 with $17,213,467 from the US and Canadian box office and $15,379,918 from the rest of the world.
[edit]Home media
88 Minutes was released on September 16, 2008 and sold 220,965 in the opening weekend. As of the seventh week, it has sold about 574,041 units which gathered revenue of $11,150,056 or more than one-third of the budget.[8]
[edit]References

^ 88 Minutes (2008). Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2010-11-01.
^ 88 Minutes (2007) - Release dates
^ Garrett, Diane (May 21, 2007). "Sony snaps up 'Friday' remake". Variety.
^ Pacino De Niro | How The Mighty Have Fallen - Page 2 - Los Angeles Times
^ "88 Minutes Movie Reviews, Pictures". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 2009-11-15.
^ "88 Minutes Movie Reviews, Ratings, Credits". Metacritic. Retrieved 2009-11-15.
^ "88 Minutes (2008) - Weekend Box Office Results". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2008-04-21.
^ 88 Minutes - DVD Sales. The Numbers. Retrieved 2010-11-01.
[edit]External links

Official website
88 Minutes at the Internet Movie Database
88 Minutes at AllRovi
88 Minutes at Rotten Tomatoes
88 Minutes at Metacritic
88 Minutes at Box Office Mojo

sexta-feira, 30 de março de 2012

Eddie Higgins Trio - As Time Goes By


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Enviado por  em 15/10/2010
Essential Ballads Best / Eddie Higgins Trio 2009 .....
Eddie Higgins Trio - As Time Goes By

quinta-feira, 29 de março de 2012

Vertigo - A Mulher que Viveu Duas Vezes




Um dos mais célebres filmes de suspense de sempre, realizado por Alfred Hitchcock em 1958, com JamesStewart, Kim Novak e Barbara Bel Geddes nos principais papéis. Stewart interpreta o papel de Scotie Ferguson,um polícia atormentado pelo seu medo de alturas, que é transferido para uma corporação de São Franciscodevido a suspeitas de não ter evitado a morte de um colega. Aí, é destacado para proteger Madeleine Elster(Kim Novak) dos seus constantes ataques suicidas. Depois de salvá-la de morrer afogada, não consegue,devido às suas vertigens, impedi-la de subir a uma torre e assiste impotente à sua morte, culpabilizando-se.Contudo, quando acidentalmente vê uma mulher muito parecida com ela coloca a hipótese de Madeleine estarviva. Para o sucesso deste filme contribuiu em grande parte a originalidade do desfecho da história, dovirtuosismo da banda sonora de Bernard Herrmann e sobretudo da interpretação de Stewart numa lutacomplexa com o seu bloqueio psicológico, tentando obter um equilíbrio emocional através de um amorobsessivo.




Vertigo - A Mulher que Viveu Duas Vezes. In Infopédia [Em linha]. Porto: Porto Editora, 2003-2012. [Consult. 2012-04-16].
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Enviado por  em 26/10/2009
Scenes from Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 movie Vertigo with dramatic music by Bernard Herrmann.

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Enviado por  em 20/12/2006
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Autor:galinhola

Vertigo (1958) - trailers

Trailers for Vertigo (1958)...

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Trailer 1

(c) Universal Studios
(voice)   Vertigo – a feeling of dizziness... a swimming in the head...
          figuratively a state in which all things seem to be engulfed
          in a whirlpool of terror. As created by Alfred Hitchcock in
          the story that gives new meaning to the word suspense.

caption:  'VERTIGO'

caption:  STARRING JAMES STEWART
caption:  KIM NOVAK

(Novak)   I don't wanna die. There's someone inside me and she says I
          must die. Oh Scottie, don't let me go.

(voice)   A beautiful girl haunted by the desperate unexplainable urge
          to destroy herself. A man possessed by the paralysing vertigo
          that made him afraid of high places.

(Geddes)  Easy now.
(Stewart) I know, I know, it's a cinch. Here, I look up, I look down,
          I look up, I look...

(voice)   What was the strange attraction that brought these two
          together in spite of the dark forces that tore them apart?
          The spectre from the past that drew her to the ancient
          headstone in the mission graveyard. The compulsion that drove
          her relentlessly to the point of no return. The story of a
          love so powerful it broke down all barriers between past and
          present, between life and death. Between the golden girl in
          the dark tower and the tawdry redhead that he tried to remake
          in her image.

(Novak)   If I let you change me, will that do it? If I do what you tell
          me, will you love me?
(Stewart) Yes.
(Novak)   Alright, then I'll do it. I don't care anymore about me.

caption:  JAMES STEWART
          AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN HIM BEFORE

caption:  KIM NOVAK
          PLAYING TWO AMAZING ROLES

caption:  CO-STARRING
          BARBARA BEL GEDDES
          WITH
          TOM HELMORE
          HENRY JONES

caption:  ONLY HITCHCOCK
          COULD WEAVE
caption:  THIS
          TANGLED WEB
          OF TERROR

caption:  ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
          'VERTIGO'
          TECHNICOLOR VISTAVISION

Trailer 2 - Re-release Trailer

(c) Universal Studios
(Stewart) I wake up at night seeing that man fall from the roof and I try
          to reach out to him.
(woman)   It wasn't your fault.

caption:  A MYSTERY
          REVISITED

(Helmore) Do you believe that someone out of the past, someone dead, can
          enter and take possession of a living being?

caption:  A MASTER
          REMEMBERED

(Stewart) You jumped into the bay, you didn't know where you were. You
          guessed, but you didn't know.
(Novak)   I didn't jump, I didn't jump, I fell, you told me I fell.
(Stewart) Why did you jump? Why did you jump?
(Novak)   Please don't ask me, please don't ask me.

caption:  A MASTERPIECE
          RESTORED

caption:  'VERTIGO'

(Novak)   What is this? What do you want?
(Stewart) Just wanna know who you are.

caption:  PRESENTED
          FOR THE FIRST TIME
          IN 70MM
          AND
          DTS DIGITAL STEREO

(Novak)   I remind you of her.
(Stewart) I need you to be Madeleine for a while.

caption:  JAMES STEWART
caption:  KIM NOVAK

caption:  IN
          ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
caption:  'VERTIGO'

caption:  "VERTIGO"
          CO-STARRING BARBARA BEL GEDDES
          WITH TOM HELMORE – HENRY JONES
          RESTORATION PRODUCED AND RECONSTRUCTED 
          ROBERT A. HARRIS
          AND JAMES C. KATZ

caption:  BASED UPON THE NOVEL “D'ENTRE LES MORTS” BY 
          PIERRE BOILEAU AND THOMAS NARCEJAC
          SCREENPLAY BY ALEC COPPEL
          AND SAMUEL TAYLOR
          DIRECTED BY ALFRED HITCHCOCK
          TECHNICOLOR
          A UNIVERSAL CLASSIC

caption:  EXCLUSIVE
          ENGAGEMENT
          THIS FALL
          IN SELECTED CITIES 

http://www.sensesofcinema.com/contents/05/35/hitchcocks_trailers.html 

http://www.hitchcockwiki.com/wiki/Vertigo_(1958)_-_trailers

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sábado, 24 de março de 2012

quinta-feira, 22 de março de 2012

terça-feira, 20 de março de 2012

domingo, 18 de março de 2012

Eddie Higgins - East of The Sun

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Enviado por  em 24/03/2010
East of The Sun-eddie higgins trio(Secret Love)

quinta-feira, 15 de março de 2012

terça-feira, 13 de março de 2012

Ilusionismo Quadrilátero

ILUSIONISMO
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* Victor Nogueira .
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Ele há um tempo p’ra tudo na vida
Cantando hora, minuto, segundo;
Por isso sempre existe uma saída
Enquanto nós estivermos neste mundo.
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Há um tempo para não fenecer
Há mar, sol, luar e aves com astros
Há uma hora p'ra amar ou morrer
E tempo para não se ficar de rastos.
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P'ra isso e' preciso sabedoria
Em busca dum bom momento, oportuno,
Com ar, bom vinho, pão e cantoria,
Sem se confundir a nuvem com Juno.
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1991.08.11 - SETUBAL