Thursday, March 15, 2012

Top 5 pictures of Selena Gomez

Number five

Number four

Number three

Number two

Number one

For those of you who don't know who Selena Gomez is, it's probably easiest to just call her Justin Bieber's girlfriend. They have been a couple around a year know, and is according to TMZ still going strong. It has been said that Selena Gomez crushed many girls hearts when they got together, and I'm sure the same could be said the other way around. Justin bieber is one lucky guy!

Selena Gomez is just like Justin Bieber a musician. Or primarely, Selen Gomez is an actress. Or started at least as one. She was one of the Disney Channel-wonders that took the kidz with a storm, and became a instant favorite among girls as well as boys. Later, she has gone independent with her own band, and has produced several of albums under the name "Selena Gomez and the Scene". It's actually pretty decent pop, if not actually good pop. Not something you would expect from a former TV-show actress, but in this case it's definetly true.

So what do you think about this beauty queen? Does she pass your test? Hot or not? Or do you rather prefer Halle Berry? Post your opinions in the comment field and please also feel free to suggest the next celebrity we look closer at.

5 actors that could have played the joker in Dark Knight

No people in their right mind questions Heath Ledgers preformance as the joker in Batman: Dark Knight, but who could have at least tried to fill his shoes? This is especially becomen relevant because of Heath Ledgers tragic death... This is my top 5!

Number 5: Brad Dourif

Dourif is a sci-fi actor, and has had lots of different roles in everything from Fringe and X-Files to the Lord of the Rings triology where he played Grima Wormtongue. He is specializing on mysteriouse scary roles. And that is the joker in a nutshell.

Number 4: Joaquin Phoenix

Joaquin is probably best known to most of you from his last block buster "Walk the Line", the movie based on Johnny Cash life, where he played Mr. Cash himself. In my opinion, Joaquin showed in that movie, and has shown before, some great qualities and has proven to have a very unique skill for absorbing a role and make it realistic.

Number 3: Adrien Brody

Adrien Brody is most known for his role in Academy Award-winning movie, The Pianist, where he by the way did an eminent job. I think he could easily have been a success playing the role as the joker in Batman: Dark Knight too. In many ways he looks like how I portray the joker looked like before his transformation.

Number 2: Nicholas Cage

Nicholas Cage is Nicholas Cage. What more is to say? Probably the best action-actor in Hollywood after Chuck Norris (yes, even better then Tom Cruise in my opinion). As a great plus, the movie would have been an instant success even if he did a crappy job. Every movie Nicholas Cage stars in, becomes an instant cash success.

Number 1: Jim Carrey.

Disagree? Wonder why? See ANY of his movies. Mr. Gummy Face is not only an eminent actor and a hillariouse comedian, he has also the x-factor to handle such a role. To be honest, I think he could have done an equally good of job as Heath Ledger did. If not possibly even better.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Game of Thrones alternatives

So... You liked Game of Thrones, didn't you? The series is epic, and I think I speak for all of us when I say I can't wait for the new episodes that is schedueled to be released in april. As they would say in the series; winter is coming. Oh, yeah!

Game of Thrones is as most of the other good TV-shows out there based on a book-series called "A Song Of Ice And Fire". And if you don't want to read the books, and thereby risk to spoil the series, here is some alternatives!

My personal top three epic fantasy novels:
  1. Malazan Books of the Fallen by Steven Erikson
  2. The Prince of Nothing series by Scott Bakker
  3. Hyperion Cantos by Dan Simmons

If you love reading book-series, you can check out: "Wheel of time", "Mistborn series", "Black Company Chronicles" and "the Darkness-series".

Monday, March 12, 2012

The Walking Dead - Carl is never in the house

Anyone else here following "The Walking Dead"? For those who don't, it's one of the best post-apocalyptic show's ever aired. The show is set to be in a world after a break-out of a diseas that makes people to zombies. I can highly recommend it.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Top 10 pictures of Halle Berry's boobs

I just wanted to make a post about the famous actress, Halle Berry, and here amazing boobs. This beauty queen, who plays in several of my favorite movies (among others X-Men, X-Men 2 and X-Men: Last Stand), has some front lights that really impresses me.

#1: The Lady in Purple

#2: Dressed to Impress (and so she does)

#3: The Cute Smile and it's "two Friends"

#4: Presenting the products

#5: The Beach with Style

#6: If a Look Could Kill...

#7: She has more then boobs to offer...

#8: Wow...

#9: "Is She Looking at Me?!"

#10: Last, but Not Least...

So what is you're opinions on Halle Berry? Hot or not? Do you prefer her with long or short hair? And how would you rate her body except from her boobs? Comment in the field below and take part in the discussion!

Friday, May 20, 2011

Review: National Geographic: Peru's Mass Grave Mystery

In the cloud forests of Peru are the remains a lost civilization and an ancient legend of mass murder. For hundreds of years, anthropologists have been hunting for who or what killed these people. National Geographic Channel tries to analyze the evidence and test theories to dig up the truth in this documentary.

This is a part of National Geographic Channels "explorer" series, which I am not a big fan of. Actually, I tend to dislike these documentaries. This was one of the better, but also this uses way to much time before it gets to the point; who killed these guys?

Over all, it met the NGC standard for quality, and if you see the first 10 minutes to understand what it is about, and then skip the next 30 minutes, so you just see the last 5 minutes, it's well worth your time. If not, well.. Stay away or at least multi-task. Not recommended, and rated 2 out of 6.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Review: Gaddafi: Our best enemy

This an insightful essay-style documentary by Frenchman Antoine Vitkine, which puts the current events in Libya into perspective by examining the motivations behind the actions of Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi - a man whose peculiar appearance belies savvy negotiation skills. Gaddafi was born in a tent in the Libyan desert. This Arab nationalist gained notoriety at 27 after toppling King Idris I. He has since went on to survive several revolts, military strikes and embargoes while showing a knack for playing to Western interests, namely geopolitical security and oil reserves.

It's not a surprise many of the interviews about hidden dealings are tainted by realpolitik. These personal accounts from key players are a fascinating foray into the diplomatic world of riddles, theatrics and hidden agendas. I would even go so far and say it's a must watch for everyone that wants to get a deeper understanding of what happens in Libya these days.

Over all, it's well worth the one and a half hour it demands. It gets a little minus for bad production, and for using great amounts of clips with low quality, and land down on a solid 4 out of 6.