Short Films Online Budget

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What is a good website to buy cheap wallpaper?
    I need to buy wallpaper at the absolute cheapest price possible. I am on a very strict budget for a short film so the more I can save, the better. Also, any other suggestions/stores or anything where I could find cheap wallpaper versus going online? Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Go to a paint supply or even a Home Depot, and ask to look at discontinued, or damaged rolls. Also Family Dollar sells wall-paper, how cheap is cheap...lol

  2. QUESTION:
    I need some help on making a short film?
    I am making a short film. I am only an eighth grader and I have no idea how to make one. It is horror/suspense and I need tips on what to do. I have written the script and everything, I just need to actually put it together now. Like actors(probably classmates), camera crew (I wish), BUDGET, and the worst is, it takes place in a school at night, so how do I do that?! If you could at least answer a few of these questions that would be great. THANKS!

    • ANSWER:
      BUDGET:Go to party city they have lots of horror things but probably not in stores go online and go to the Halloween section, most things don't cost to much
      CAMERA CREW:You could get a classmate or friend who is a tech geek or likes to take pictures, maybe ask the class nerd. But it's really not that hard you just get a camera(if you don't have one barrow a friends) and point and shoot.
      SCHOOL AT NIGHT:well seems easy enough most janitors are there at night from the television shows I've seen, go in the hallways turn on the lights or bring flash lights and point them where you wanna shoot it's good being in the dark for horror so get a flash light And point in not IN the scean but Maybe close to the camera, so it shows enough light to shoot good quality or maybe turn on school lights there must be lamps or somthing...
      ACTORS:classmates are good, mabye even family! Chose people how there character seems; if the main character is easily scared get a friend whose like that, or if the main character is brave get someone like that.

  3. QUESTION:
    I need some help on making a short film?
    I am making a short film. I am only an eighth grader and I have no idea how to make one. It is horror/suspense and I need tips on what to do. I have written the script and everything, I just need to actually put it together now. Like actors(probably classmates), camera crew (I wish), BUDGET, and the worst is, it takes place in a school at night, so how do I do that?! If you could at least answer a few of these questions that would be great. THANKS!

    • ANSWER:
      Hmm, you are facing a lot of the same problems that big budget movies face, so don't be too worried. This will take a lot of work, you'll have to be patient, and keep in mind that you might have to improvise on the fly.

      Alright, with the budget you'll have to prioritize. Since you probably won't be paying cast or crew what you want your budget to focus on is production design. You'll have to try and figure out how much it will cost to make your movie before you even shoot a single second. First, price check all the things like props (since this is a horror you'll be looking at stuff like stage blood and stage knives, etc.) costumes. This might cost a lot, or a little, it will depend on some things. If your actors can provide their own costumes, that they don't mind getting dirty (even ruined) it will be cheaper. Also, stage blood can get expensive, if you want you can make batches of your own (there are plenty of recipes online that can give you specifics). As for any other props, it will depend on where and in what condition you buy them in, but props can be fairly cheap.

      Sorry to stay on the budget, but budget is very important, I would suggest investing in some kind of light kit (there are expensive ones, but you could put one together yourself using a work light from a hardware store and then getting some light gels). I'm guessingyou're most likely using a camcorder so look into getting a couple of extra tapes/SD cards in case something happens to the one in the camera or it gets full. And finally, this is one of the most important parts of budget making for movies is, you will want to have extra funds available just in case something goes out of control.

      Onto the camera crew. A camera crew can simply be made of 2 or 3 people, and you may include yourself as one of these people;
      -a camera operator, someone who knows the camera fairly well and can do minor troubleshooting in case something isn't working properly.
      -a 1st AC who takes care of the memory card/tape when it is filled and has another at the ready, they also will watch the camera when the camera operator is away (bathroom, food, stuff like that)
      -(optional) if you decide to invest in lights a gaffer is a good person to have, they move the lights around, make sure that the lights have power, and they put gels on them.

      Now for locations; this may not be as tricky as you think. Granted it may take a bit of working the system, but it can be very educational. First, talk to the school you want to shoot at, specifically, talking to the principal is a good place to start. This will be a time to pitch your movie, you are trying to sell this to the location. Because this is a horror/suspense, it might be good to downplay the horror and focus on the more suspense aspect of the script.
      Even, then the principal might ask that you go through another person (the school board, the janitorial office, somebody), don't get discouraged, keep on going and if necessary make the same pitch you made to the principal. Now the thing about shooting at night will be tricky to sell. You could try that just to see, however, it is probably not going to happen. In that case, suggest shooting during the day when no classes are taking place (if that's the case, remember that extra money in the budget? You can use that to buy this stuff called duvetyne and gaffer tape. Then you can tape the duvetyne over windows and stuff to make it look like it is night in the school).
      And if the school doesn't go for it then you can maybe try a local community college or see if you can get permission to film at a place that looks like a school and then you can edit footage together to appear as if you are shooting at some school.

      I hope that helps; movie making is hard work, but it can be the most rewarding experience you have. Good luck and I have attached some URL's to some of the film supplies I was talking about:

      Duvetyne:

      http://www.filmtools.com/duv54rolx50y.html

      Gaffer Tape

      http://www.ebay.com/itm/GAFFERS-TAPE-GAFF-TAPE-1-X-60YD-BLACK-OR-WHITE-/200666121877?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2eb8a20695

      Gels (I recommend only getting Blues and Oranges, specifically CTO Full and CTB full)
      CTO Full

      http://search.filmtools.com/search?keywords=CTO+full&catalog=cinemasupplies&go.x=0&go.y=0

      CTB Full

      http://www.filmtools.com/31-lee-s201.html

  4. QUESTION:
    How can I visit Chicago on a semi-limited budget?
    Do you have tips for a traveler on a budget? I'm going to be going to Chicago in July, and want to know some ways to save some money. We are spending most of money on a nice hotel downtown, so are looking to save on our entertainment and food, but still be comfortable and have a nice time.

    • ANSWER:
      Chicago in July is the place to be. You are going to be dizzy from all of the free or inexpensive options.

      First, take all of Manonthestreet1's advice. Then read this:

      Be prepared to walk! For example, walking from the Magnificent Mile on North Michigan Avenue or Navy Pier down to the Museum Campus (basically, one end of downtown to another) will log a few miles on your sneakers. Get a CTA visitor pass before you go (but allow 2 weeks for delivery) to get unlimited rides on buses and 'L' trains while you're in town. A 5-day pass is only .

      For a breathtaking view, head to the Signature Room at the 95th in the John Hancock Building. It's only one floor below the observation deck, but it's much less crowded and you can relax up there at a private table for the cost of just one drink.

      Also, the city has a tremendous number of outdoor festivals, the most famous and largest of which is the Taste of Chicago (June 29-July 8 in Grant Park). Most locals (like me) avoid this because of the crowds and the expensive food tickets. Admission is free, however, and crowds are lighter on week days during lunch time.

      A better bet would be the neighborhood festivals which have great live music. My favorite is the Chicago Folk and Roots Festival (July 14-15) at Welles Park which is just a few blocks from the Western stop on the Brown Line 'L'. The neighborhood festivals charge suggested donations of about , but they can't legally force you to pay to walk on a public street.

      Chicago's world class museums are another good option, but they can be expensive. The Art Institute of Chicago is free on Thursday and Friday evenings in the summer from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. As someone else mentioned, the Lincoln Park Zoo is always free as well. Unfortunately, all the museums on the Museum Campus (the Field Museum of Natural History, the Adler Planetarium and the Shedd Aquarium) have no free or discounted days in July. If you are a true museum buff and plan to cram several museums into your visit (I would be exhausted), consider the CityPass, which gets you admission to the Adler, the Shedd, the Field, the Museum of Science and Industry and the Hancock Observatory. It's about and lasts 9 days from first use. Keep in mind that special exhibits and attractions may cost extra.

      Beaches in the City of Chicago are always free and a great way to spend a summer day. If you do make it to the Museum Campus, 12th Street Beach (just a short walk south of the Adler Planetarium) is relatively secluded and not crowded for a Chicago beach. Pack a picnic lunch and a book or a Frisbee, and you're set.

      You absolutely cannot miss Millennium Park, which has free outdoor concerts and performances all summer long. (Check their website for details in a month or two.) Make sure to take pictures with the "Bean" or Cloud Gate sculpture, and get your feet wet in the whimsical Crown Fountain.

      Another great free downtown experience is Summer Dance, a free dance lesson and concert series right in Grant Park downtown. Learn the dance for an hour, then dance what you've learned to a great live band. Each night offers a different style of dance and music. Their schedule is also not yet online.

      Starting at the end of July, the city presents the Outdoor Film Festival, which shows free movies in Grant Park on Tuesday nights at dusk. Another great picnic opportunity, people start staking out their spots as early as 4 p.m. The 2007 schedule has not been announced, but check the city of Chicago website soon for details.

      In addition the Chicago Park District hosts free Movies and Concerts in the Parks all summer long in neighborhoods all over town. Check their website for details as your visit approaches.

      If you have a laptop with wireless capabilities, bring it with you and take advantage of the free Wi-Fi at all 79 Chicago Public Library locations. You don't even need a library card! That way you can look things up on the fly while on your visit.

      For cheap food, I highly recommend the book "The Streets and San Man's Guide to Chicago Eats". This book offers up a bunch of great places with real character where you can grab a hearty lunch for real cheap. You can get it used on Amazon for .50 plus shipping.

      Enjoy your visit to what I think is the greatest city in the summer time!

  5. QUESTION:
    What is the most simple to use digital video camera and editing softwear?
    My younger brother is autistic, but high functioning. He's becoming very interested in making films and film making. What would be a good place for him to start?

    • ANSWER:
      Hi Eric:

      For starting out, try one of the free (for short projects) online video & slideshow edit sites like OneTrueMedia.com which is very user-friendly and needs no software installation. See my short "features" demo here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1fUUAisJGA

      And YouTube has a simple online editor function (again, browser-based, so no installation needed).

      As for a camera/camcorder, one of the "pocket model" point-and-shoot camcorders that don't have a lot of menus and dials would be best. They tend to have a "one button upload" feature, which makes using an online editor even easier. Even though recently discontinued (still available in some places), the Kodak PlaySport and PlayTouch line of pocket camcorders are rugged, water-resistant, and a good example of a simple to use video recorder.

      A visit to a local pawn shop is a good way to try some "hands on" tests of affordable camcorders, and save some money (and find good discontinued models like the Kodaks).

      Shy away from models with hinged-screens or other easily breakable parts. The ones that resemble an iPod tend to be the simplest.

      Many famous YouTubers started out with (and still use) a webcam & their laptop for making videos. Webcams are pretty hard to "break" and not expensive, compared to a separate camcorder. (- can buy a decent webcam, but not a good camcorder.)

      You're a better judge of your brother's motor skills and responsibility-level regarding handling & use of an electronic gadget. Budget your purchase accordingly.

      hope this helps,
      --Dennis C.
       

  6. QUESTION:
    What microphone or microphones should I get for recording dialogue for a short video?
    I have a budget of 250 dollars

    • ANSWER:
      Hi Chris:

      You have a fairly realistic budget for a good mike or two. From some of your other Y!A Q&A's, I get the impression you'll be shooting dramatic "film style" dialog scenes, and not sit-down interviews (where you could get away with two AudioTechnica or Sony lavalier mikes).

      Those two brands also sell the most-affordable boom-mount or on-camera "shotgun" style mikes, from the Sony ECM-CG50, with hot-shoe mount & mini-plug cable included @ 0, and the AudioTechnica AT875 in the same price range, to the other AT800/8000-series and Sony ECM-673 & ECM-VG1 at the top of your price range. [See B+H Photo's website, sorted by price: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?atclk=Brand_Sony&ci=8533&Ns=p_PRICE_2%7C0&N=4291086008+4291606550+4291215468 ]

      There are a lot of buying guides online, to help you decide on what to look for in a good boom or shotgun mike. B+H PhotoVideo has a good one on shotgun mikes with excellent illustrations: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/indepth/audio/buying-guides/shotgun-microphones

      As far as side-by-side reviews of features to look for using specific models, here's another excellent B+H article from their "In Depth" series, reviewing a half-dozen good boom-mike dialog microphones: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/indepth/audio/hands-reviews/interior-dialog-boompole-microphone-roundup Although these mikes are higher than your price range, they exhibit the characteristics you should shop for in a more-economic model.

      hope this helps,
      --Dennis C.
       

  7. QUESTION:
    What is a good miniDV camcorder (for under 0) to make short films with?
    I want an inexpensive dv camera to start making some shorts with to get experience in shooting, editing, sound, etc. to eventually buy a better camera and shoot an indie feature. I've done lots of internet research but there's seemingly a million choices. Any help/direction would be appreciated.

    • ANSWER:
      I gave this answer a few days ago to a similar question:

      I make a significant portion of my income as a videographer and am certified as an A/V tech. I have produced quite a bit of low-budget commercial video so I am qualified to answer your question.

      If you want to use an inexpensive camera to produce the highest possible quality programs, then you must be able to separate the fact from the fiction. There are a lot of facts to know but the most important one is this:

      If the intended audience thinks your production looks and sounds good then it is, in fact, a good production no matter what equipment you used to make it. The audience has the final say on what is acceptable to watch and what they will be willing to pay you to make.

      Of course you always want to do your best work and have something to be proud of so you should strive constantly to improve your equipment and techniques. But budgets are a reality of life and being able to manage one is an extremely valuable skill. Being able to make the most with the least can be a form of art in my opinion.

      With these things in mind, you will be pleased to know that DV cam resolution specs mean virtually nothing in the practical world. Manufacturers do publish this info but for the most part it is useless to look it up because nearly all NTSC consumer DV cams shoot and record at basically the same resolution. So these things are really not an issue, especially in the price range under 0.

      What will matter to you is certain other factors which determine how versatile your camera will be for the intended purpose (making movies). The more versatile the camera the more creative you can be and the less your work will be limited by your equipment.

      Here are some factors to consider.

      1. Manual Controls - You need to be able to turn off the consumer-friendly automatic features and have manual control over as many picture parameters as possible with white balance, focus, and exposure being a minimum.

      2. Lens and Filters - A longer built-in optical zoom lens (15X or greater) can make shooting much easier in many situations. And an accessory wide angle lens is invaluable for certain indoor shots. Your camera should accept standard external filters. Neutral density and polarizing filters come in very handy.

      3. External Jacks - Headphone and microphone jacks are a must. S-Video and audio in & out jacks can be handy. Digital recording using the IEEE1394 / FireWire / iLink port as an input as well as an output are needed to be able to use the camera to save your edited master from a computer onto a DV tape. You could save your master to DVD but will lose a considerable amount of video quality by doing so.

      4. External Control Port - You will benefit greatly by having a camera with a wired remote port such as the LANC jack used on many Sony and Canon cameras. This will allow you to attach a wired remote for zoom, etc. so you do not shake the camera unnecessarily while trying to operate the on-camera controls.

      These are the four most important factors to consider in my opinion. However, if I only had 0 to spend for this camera I would spend no more than about 0-400 for a used camera on eBay which met my criteria. I would then spend the balance on several inexpensive but invaluable accessories such as:

      1. Stabilizing - It is impractical to hand-hold the camera for all shots (especially if you are in them) so a decent fluid-head tripod is a no-brainer. Making smooth motions while carrying the camera is much easier with the use of a counterweight mounting system similiar to Steadicam. You can purchase plans online to build your own DV cam stabilizer for just a few bucks.

      2. Power - Batteries never run down except when you most need them. A second charged battery can save you lots of time and money or even save the day. A small power inverter for the car so that the regular AC adapter can be used to power the camera or charge the battery while you are not near AC is cheap insurance as well. The power inverter will be about the same price as a special 12V DC adapter cord for a camera and is much more versatile.

      3. Wired Remote Control - A wired remote with zoom and recording control is worth a mint. Fortunately they no longer cost a mint.

      4. Lens accessories - Wide angle lens, ND filters, and a polarizing filter are the minimum. Special effects filters are pretty cheap too and work great for certain projects.

      5. Audio accessories - Comfortable closed-back headphones, a shotgun microphone on a boom, and a mini audio mixer are essentials. Lavalier mics are quite useful as well.

      6. Lighting - You need to think in terms of indoor and outdoor lighting. AC halogen lighting for indoors is a requirement for quality video. A separate battery-powered halogen light can be helpful as well. Outside you will find bounce cards and scrims (or the homemade equivalents) helpful.

      Here are the factors which to me seem to make the biggest difference in how "professional" a production appears to me:

      1. Stable pictures are the sign of a pro. The camera should normally be transparent to the audience. They should easily be able to forget that they are looking at the world through the lens of a camera. Shaking the picture, fast zooms, and improper framing of the subjects are usually just ways to spoil the pleasant illusion of reality for the audience. You shoud think of the camera as a window that you are holding for someone to look through, not at. Make sure if you do any of the listed maneuvers you are doing them on purpose and for a needed effect.

      2. Proper lighting is the factor which will make the biggest difference between your video looking like it was mede by a pro or a rank amateur. An inexpensive DV cam can shoot very good video in the correct lighting, but even the best camera will look pretty bad under the wrong lighting.

      3. Audio quality is another quick way to separate the pros from the wannabes. Inconsistent or low volume, background noises interfering with the dialog or mood, and camera handling noise are all dead giveaways that someone did not know what they were doing. Fortunately these are pretty easy to prevent if you know what you are doing while the camera is on. Unfortunately, they can be extremely difficult or even impossible to correct after the fact.

      With all of this said, I will make a camera recommendation. In my opinion some of the best digital camcorders ever made that can be purchased as used in this price range are the Sony Digital8 models CCD-TRV120, CCD-TRV320, and CCD-TRV520. These are very inexpensive now and accessories are widely available at low cost on eBay and elsewhere. They meet all of the requirements I cited above but do record the DV format onto an 8mm tape, which is not normally a disadvantage. Another DV cam which might be considered is the Panasonic PV-GS65 which has 3 CCD's but does only have a 10X optical zoom.

      You may email me if you have specific questions about what I have told you.

      Good luck!
      WK

  8. QUESTION:
    How to get better at film?
    How to get better at film?
    I am in my early teens and am VERY interested in short films. I am extremely artistic and just loves art! Anyway, my problem is I just started fooling around with a video camera and I have realized I may suck at it... What can I do to get better? I am really determined and need any tips I can get! even camera brands and what not... PLEASE PLEASE HELP! thnx in advance!

    • ANSWER:
      Well, to be honest, camera brand isn't really important when starting out. Don't worry about "sucking at it", so to speak. Remember that you're starting out, and it takes practice. Don't compare your short films to stuff that Hollywood pumps out. They're using 0,000 cameras, a team of crew members to get the lighting and set dressing right, then follows it with thousands (if not millions) of dollars worth of post production editing, from color correction to sound mixing.

      Focus more on how you film the story. Take some of your favorite directors and watch their movies with the commentary on. Often you'll gain insight in how they approach scenes and shots that may help you learn. Join some film groups online, ask questions, and watch other independent filmmakers works. Read some books on filmmaking. There are some good books out there that explain details such as setting up the right shot to match your vision, how to choose the best lighting, identifying sound issues, and so on.

      Lastly, have fun. Enjoy the artistic nature and creativity of it. Your passion will be reflected in the film.

      For camera brands, if you really want more on that, it kinda depends on budget. Really you can use any ordinary video camera. Getting more serious, I would look at some of the mini DV cameras, like the Canon XL2. It costs a few grand, but it's a great camera to work with. Honestly, though, it's all about the artist. Cameras and lights are just tools. Beauty comes from the artists, from your actors to the director to the writer.

      Hope this helped.

  9. QUESTION:
    What's a good camera for an ametuer Film Maker?
    I'm just a college student getting into the film, I have no experience in film making. But I can and will write and include a couple of friends as actors. I was just wondering what is a good camera to make some short videos or films? I'm on a tight budget, money is an issue here since I'm in college. It would be nice if u can add a list of cameras, equipment: lights, editing softwares, microphones and tripods etc. Thanks!! :D

    • ANSWER:
      I am a still photographer who knows a little bit about video and do not know what type of budget you are on but I will list some links below for you to check out and you can piece together what will work for you.

      Below, if you click on the first link, it is a search page for camcorders, I filtered for flash memory based camcorders. You can scroll the list and see there is a range of prices and brands. I think have a camcorder where you can shoot and then plug the memory card into your computer and start editing has some real merit to it. I would want a decent camcorder that uses SDHC cards, these cards can be affordable and big storage (4GB card about and 8GB cards about , 16GB card cost about ).

      Ok, another option that could be intriguing is a DSLR with video ability. In particular, the Pentax K-x 12MP DSLR with HD video ability. The next 3 links (2nd, 3rd & 4th links) are related to this Pentax, 1 link to the Pentax website page on this camera and the other 2 to online review and one has a youtube link to see some video from it.

      You may have an option already for editing, but I am a Mac user and have used iMovie some and that is the way I would get started to make my movies and later would move up to Final Cut software if needed. (want to know more about iMovie then just go to apple.com)

      For lighting, I would use natural as much as possible, and use relectors to reflect light where needed and you can use large white boards (poster board, foamcore) to reflect and it is cheap. You can buy some cheap clamp lights if money is tight until you have the money for real video lights. I provided another B&H Photo link that brings you to the lighting page and you can see what looks helpful and affordable.

      Also added 2 more vendor links that you can check out (adorama and buydig).

      Hope this helps some.

      Take care.

      Mark

  10. QUESTION:
    How can I find people who want to appear in a documentary?
    How can I promote a documentary?
    My friend and I are working on a documentary about the higher education system.

    1) How can we capitalize on the film?
    2) Where can we promote it? What social media websites should we use?
    3) How can I find people who are interested in appearing in the documentary? (professors, students, graduates, employers, internship directors, internship supervisor, higher education lobbyist, politicians, and people who do research on higher education institutions)

    If you are interested in being featured in the documentary, then please e-mail me at rme2011@yahoo.com. Thank you.

    We are willing to do Skype, Google Talk, e-mail, phone, and in-person interviews.

    • ANSWER:
      OK, the first thing you need to do is to develop some sort of business plan or overarching model for your film. You need to figure out what your film is going to be about - right now, saying it's just about higher ed is pretty broad. Focus on a specific aspect of the system, and then as you go along you might find that a specific story becomes really important. Frankly, I would suggest you might want to back off and start with a smaller project - maybe a short documentary running ten minutes about just one person's experience, or one specific thing happening in higher ed. Look at the movie "The Lottery". That's about one very specific thing, and the people it impacted.

      You really need to plan, plan, plan - and then get out there and share your streamlined vision with others. A great way to do that is by looking into some of the documentary grant funds out there, and what kind of application materials they ask for. I requested funding for a documentary in Texas last year and I really had to put together a lot of material - a full budget, a summary of the story I was working on, a promotion guide, a detailed resume for myself and my producer, etc. It was a really solid experience because it forced me to think about what I was doing.

      As for getting people interested in appearing - you have to come up with an idea, and then you talk to people you meet. If you don't know someone, you start researching online and by talking to others about what kind of views you want to have.

      Even though it is an older book, I really suggest Michael Rabinger's "Directing the Documentary". It asks you a lot of questions and gives you a lot of food for thought.

      I would also suggest that you volunteer to crew on other people's productions. That's one of the best ways to learn.

  11. QUESTION:
    How do I shoot a movie scene with a shootout?
    Me and my friends are making a movie, and there is a scene where there is a shootout between many characters. I want to know how to show things getting shot when the characters miss, and also how to get the effect of someone getting shot.

    • ANSWER:
      Depends on several factors: What is your budget, what type of surface are your "misses" hitting, and what type of effect for the bullet wounds?

      Budget: Depending on the amount of money you want to spend, you can find several fx dealers online that specialize in prop/fx equipment. Do take note that you're not going to find pyro stuff, or extremely realistic stuff (that's where you hire a professional fx technician which I'm guessing your film isn't aiming to that level). But for a little bit of money, you can get safety glass (bottles, jars, ect.) to break and the like.

      Surface: Are the bullets hitting dirt, concrete, steel, ect? This will, to some extent, determine your approach. You can add spark ricochets and smoke ricochet effects in post using Adobe After Effects or a similar program. For sand/dirt strikes, a friend and I developed a very cheap and easy practical approach:

      get a long length of small plastic tubing, at least 5ft long. Bury the tube with one end being set for the strike point, positioning it for the right angle (do you want the hit cloud to go straight up, to one side, ect.?). Be sure to pack a small amount of dirt/dust/debris in and over this end. Then, during the scene at the appropriate time, someone gives a quick, hard blow on the other end of the tube. Takes a little timing and you usually can't do this shooting a wide shot, but it works and can be done over and over until you're satisfied.

      Bullet wounds: Again, this comes under some budget restrictions and desired effect. If you're looking for the explosive-type wounds where the hits "pop" on the victim (giving a small blood spray, holes in clothes) you will more than likely need a professional for this. If you just need blood flowing, soaking through a shirt type wound, you can find blood packs and inexpensive fx packs online, even ways to create your own blood using Karo syrup and red dye. Costume shops should carry wound/scar makeup kits, and with the help of a decent makeup artist, you can really make them look like realistic wounds. You can also add bullet hits in post using the After Effects program, though getting it to look real might take some work.

      Lastly, a lot will come down to your actors. How well they "sell" the hits. Watch a few films on YouTube and you will see a big difference between a lousy acted hit (be it a punch, a gun shot, or whatever) and a well acted hit. Your actors being able to portray being hit will really help make the effect real. Spending a ton of money on props and fx will be a waste if your actors look like the short bus clown brigade.

      Hope this helps.

      *edit - use some ingenuity. There are lots of creative ways to work fx, you just have to look at what's around you: Small fishing twine can be used to trigger/release items falling off walls and shelves, for example. If you are able to drill holes in the wall of a location, you can use the tube bullet effect described earlier to make bullet hits in the wall (use black tubing, make sure the wall looks old/deteriorated so it hides the strike point, use makeup/chalk to blend strike point with wall surface, and so on). Creativity is part of filmmaking and figuring out creative ways to address these issues can be a fun and exciting part of your film.

  12. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know a shop in Phoenix, AZ where they collect vintage cameras?
    I tried looking online but everything i found was either for a company to buy cameras or a place to take photographs... I appreciate your help.

    • ANSWER:
      If you can't find anything in the YellowPages, my best advice is to locate other local film photographers and ask them. Often old camera shops are businesses run out of personal interest with a low budget and they don't advertise much and are hole-in-the-wall type establishments. They may open and shut down in short periods of time also.

      Another thing you can do is simply hit all the local antique stores, thrift stores, flea markets, pawn shops and yard sales you can find. Finding vintage cameras is a bit of a hunt!

      Here is a bit of a buyer's guide that I wrote up:

      http://www.johnnymartyr.com/buyers-guide.php

      And remember, don't just collect them, USE THEM!!!

      MANUAL AND METAL! FILM FOREVER!

  13. QUESTION:
    How do I pursue my acting career successfully?
    I want to gain experience so I can create a resume, What route would be best to start and get expousure?

    • ANSWER:
      Well, some of this depends on your age and your location. But, in general, your first step should be getting training. Whether it is from a school or private coach, you need to know the basics. While acting in plays is always good to keep your craft up, knowing the technique behind acting is vital.

      Headshots. Got to have them. Right now, in Los Angeles, that means color headshots. Get a professional, not your best friend.

      If you are anywhere outside of Los Angeles, New York, or Chicago, find the nearest big city and look for agenies and production companies. These are the people that will help you find productions to start your resume. Not only will you build your resume, you will get needed exposure to the business of acting. In general it will be much easier to get resume building work in smaller markets so get it if you can.

      When you have the opportunity, and when you feel you are ready, move to L.A. or New York. Start sending out headshots to agents and do some extra work. Not glamorous, but once again, it will give you a glimpse into the process. Continue your training, get an acting coach, attend acting classes. Above all, be proactive about your carreer. Know what it is you want, know what your deficencies are and fix them. Nobody will be looking out for you, so you have to look out for yourself.

      Do work in student films and low-budget shorts. No pay, but it should give you something for your reel. USC, UCLA, and other colleges around L.A. have film schools and are always looking for actors.

      Sign up with L.A. Casting (www.lacasting.com), Now Casting (www.nowcasting.com), and/or Actor's Access (www.showfax.com). You will have to pay a fee, and all you will see for the most part is non-union and student films, some non-union commercials, but it is a great place to submit for work online.

      My final piece of advice would be to stay away from model or actor "searches". They are usually scams. Don't EVER pay an agent or manager up front. Agents take a percentage that is dictated by the union when you GET work, not beforehand.

  14. QUESTION:
    What is the best video camera each one of these companies have to offer: Sony, Panasonic, JVC, Canon, Aipteck?
    I am particularly interested in picture quality (nothing else). Especially the pixel count and perhaps the speed at which it records which will affect the quality when it is put into slow motion.

    • ANSWER:
      Well, you can rule out Aiptek... they only make low-quality toy camcorders.

      Pixel count isn't that important for video in camcorders, because there are only a few options, and they're tied to the standards. Standard definition camcorders record at 720x480 (NTSC) or 720x576 (PAL), regardless of the size of the sensor in pixels (many consumer camcorders have many pixels, to improve color and give you a better digital still camera function). HD camcorders recorder at either 1280x720, 1440x1080, or 1920x1080 (the latter only on tapeless camcorders).

      Very few camcorders have any sort of slow motion mode. You get slow motion when you shoot at one rate (in frames per second) and replay that slower.. but if you replay much below 24 fps, the video will look jerky. So faster fps = better slo-mo. And you will find, in the few cameras that do slo-mo at a consumer price, the pixel count does start to drop.

      Some pro models offer full video at 60fps, which lest you do 1/2 rate slo-mo at full video quality, as long as your flash cards hold out. But unless you're thinking of spending 00 or more, this is not for you.

      But don't fret... 60fps is starting to enter the consumer world. One such option is the Sanyo Xacti 1010. This is an HD camcorder that records in MPEG-4 on flash. It's not the absolute best quality around, but it's decent. And it can record at 720p (1280x720) at a full 60fps. This is under 0 online.

      To go beyond that on a consumer budget, there are a few weird choices. Sony offers a very short burst high-speed mode on some of their camcorders. They call this "Smooth Slow" recording mode, and it can go to 120fps-200fps, depending on the camera model. This is supported in both pro/prosumer (HVR-V1, HVR-Z7, others) and consumer (HDR-CX7, HDR-HC3, others) models. This is always at a much lower resolution, good for YouTube but little else. And you're limited to bursts of about 3 seconds real-time.

      Another interesting option isn't a camcorder at all, but Casio's new digital still camera, the Exlim Pro EX-F1 (about 00) http://www.exilim.com/intl/ex_f1/. Most digital still cameras these days have a video mode, but it's usually at best standard-def at 30fps, maybe a tad better. But the EX-F1 has several high-frame rate video modes. It can actually shoot near SD-quality (512 × 384) at 300 fps, 432×192 at 600 fps, or 336×96 at 1200 fps.. it also does standard High-def. And this is continuous, up to memory or file limits, not just short bursts. If you're really serious about high-speed filming on a consumer budget, this is your best bet.

  15. QUESTION:
    Is a Canon XL1s Still worth it?
    I am starting to get serious with my filmmaking but am on a serious budget. I found some nice Canon XL1s for 800 bucks. My prime goals are to make short films and comedy sketch's and putting them online. I know the XL1s is an old camera but is it good for my needs?

    • ANSWER:
      The Canon Xl1s is not worth it it is old and uses tape and is not HD. when you use tape you have to import it in real time which is slow. You can get a much newer camera used for about the same price and it will last longer. usually on old mini dv cams the tape drives are not good because they are only rated for so many hours and with a bad tape drive/head its just an 800 dollar pile of nothing.

  16. QUESTION:
    What is the average height for a lolita girl?
    I think like 5'2? or is that too tall? or short? idk...
    ...what? me and 2 friends are cosplaying as lolitas for a con...we're in 8th grade and i wanna know if our height is lolita-ish
    lolitas in ANIMES not in real life. for gods sake how simple is it to just say a number!! idc about the other stuff i care about my question.
    i didn't say that u can't if ur too tall or short i was just WONDERING

    • ANSWER:
      lol.

      I'm sorry to laugh about this situation and I don't mean to make fun of you, but there are no lolita specific things like height, weight, measurements, music and hair style. I've run into a lot of new lolitas asking about these sort of things, and I don't know where the assumption comes from that we're all alike or that there are specific rules that constitute a person as a "true lolita" (then again, if someone tries to tell newbies about these myths and misconceptions, I'll bust a cap at those people for lying).

      Lolitas around the world come from different places around the world, come in all shapes and sizes (heck, one of lolita friends is 5'2" and the other is 5'8" while I'm in the middle at 5'5"), are young and old (I can tell you that most lolitas who are active in the egl community, range from 18-22 years old), and well, we like to do our own thing while being united at the fact that we love the frilly clothes.

      By the way, lolita fashion is kinda out there, but it's not cosplay. Cosplaying means that you are intentionally dressing up as a character from a film, (graphic) novel, show, etc. . Lolita, however, is mainly just clothes, and the people who wear them are, hopefully, being themselves. Since you're pretty new to the fashion, let me give you a few sources to help you and your friend get started and understand what is and what isn't lolita:

      http://lolita-handbook.livejournal.com/

      http://www.lolitafashion.org/

      http://fyeahlolita.blogspot.com/p/what-is-lolita.html

      Out of the articles mentioned and for new comers, I highly recommend reading:
      - How to avoid being an Ita
      - Lolita glossery
      -Gothic Lolita starter coordinates (keep in mind that there are other styles than Gothic)
      - Bodyline for Beginners

      Places to buy (and not to buy from):
      You probably have realized by now that putting together an outfit takes a lot more effort than just throwing on a dress, and this is true to why lolita is known to be expensive (aside of the quality matter, shipping when shopping online, and sometimes items are overpriced when sold brand new). In the second link I gave you should include a brand and shopping list, and well as advice on how to shop on a budget. It's not quite complete or updated. La Dauphine and In the Starlight are not running anymore, but you can still find ITS items in the egl_comm_sales.

      If you're ready to take the plunge to buy overseas and use auction sites, a shopping service that a lot of egl members are using is JaponicaMarket.com. I have not had the chance to use it myself, but apparently, it's reliable, fast, and doesn't charge much for service. I believe that it can also be used for shopping at Japanese stores that do not offer overseas shipping/an English site for Western customers.

      Another place to buy on a budget while getting a bang for your buck (quality wise) are the taobao shops. Many of these stores have a physical shop in China and in spite of the Western fear of poor quality for everything made in China, the taobao shops generally make lolita items with high quality and unique designs.

      This should include reviews and shopping services

      http://community.livejournal.com/egl/15204857.html

      Where to avoid:

      http://community.livejournal.com/egl/14484905.html

      (includes "lolitashow.com)

      http://community.livejournal.com/egl/11376960.html

      Going back to the height issue....in spite of the recent movement of Japanese brands catering to the Western market, often times, they do make items that don't fit most people from America or Europe, and are better for most East Asian figures. Whenever you're shopping online, what you really want to do is get an accurate measurement of your body. Have you and your friend create accounts for myshape.com, and go through the measurement guide which you can keep to use when you order lolita clothing (remember that skirts sit at your waist, not your hips, and should be around knee length!).

      A sizing guide to Japanese brands

      http://community.livejournal.com/egl/4469979.html

      http://community.livejournal.com/egl/7486605.html

  17. QUESTION:
    How to choose a camera?
    Could someone explain I me hat I should look for in a camera?

    I would like a camera that captures fine detail, can take hd quality photographs, able to zoom in closely without becoming out of focus, takes pictures instantly ect.

    Also I would like to know what to look for in a camera for filming hd videos, close zoom, macro is great, amazing quality and perphaps comes with a light adjuster (don't knw the name).

    What else makes a good camera?
    What are the basics of buy a camera?

    • ANSWER:
      I'd have to write a book to answer your questions. In short, if you are willing to spend about 0, get a Nikon D3100. There is no mystery to cameras. Quite simply, at certain price points they are very similar. It's the person that takes the picture that matters. Decide on a budget and I would say to pick between Nikon and Canon, your personal preference, and you will have a nice camera. I personally think that Nikon is making better cameras right now but if I had to shoot a Canon it would make little difference to me.

      A 0 or so DSLR will do everything you want. Now you need to learn a little bit about photography so that you can do what ou want to do. Just because the camera is capable of doing it does not mean you will be able to do it without knowledge. Take workshops, online classes, read books, whatever it takes to learn so that you can create nice pictures.

  18. QUESTION:
    I'm in the process of writing my own script, what steps should I take once I'm done with it?
    I'm a HUGE movie fan, and I've taken classes to learn the basics of screenwriting. Not to brag or anything, but I have faith in my ability to cook up a pretty decent story and script. What should I do to get in contact with studios once I've finished it? What are the next steps I should take?

    • ANSWER:
      Hey Blade Runner,

      I'm part of a small independent Production Company in Montréal, Québec... We normally write our own stuff then produce them... short films, low budget (2 - 5k)... if you're looking for that kind of experience, you can try and build your team.. you can go to film schools and post your Synopsis and say you're looking for a film crew... If you guys get along, you can continue working with each other...

      If you're looking to sell your Script,

      The first this you need to do after completing your Screen Play is a "PITCH" of your script... A pitch is a document on every detail of your movie.. character description, movie synopsis, setting, locations, budget (roughly how much it would cost to produce), etc... it's a lot of work but should NOT be taken lightly, 'cuz if you have a great script but can't communicate your ideas, it's going to sound like crap and the producers are going to pass on your story.. search online how to write a pitch, it's the most important step, no jokes.. if your idea doesn't make it past this first step, it's going to stay on your desk...

      Study the production companies too.. like don't go to PIXAR with your horror movie... And aim for smaller production companies, like miramax... Independent companies are a good way to go too... If your Screen Play is really good, it doesn't matter if Steven Speilberg isn't Directing it...

      there's a difference between a Pitch for a short story or a full length feature... make sure you're doing the right one... here's a site that explains how to write a pitch, but my advice is to look at many different sites to write the ULTIMATE PITCH!!!!

      http://complicationsensue.blogspot.com/2…

      I learned how from the book "The Screenwriter's Bible" by David Trottier... it shows you how to write and sell a movie... and the book cost me like 10$.. a MUST for any screen writer!

      http://www.amazon.com/Screenwriters-Bibl…

      Hope this helps!

  19. QUESTION:
    what video camera should i buy?
    I want to get a new high definition video camera, but i don't know where to start looking. I want one that has a high fps, and that has a large storage capacity. How much would this cost? where can i get it?

    • ANSWER:
      why do u want it?to shoot documantary,short film,long films,video clip etc?how much is ur budget?
      there are so many great choices out there...if u want a bestt cam with around 2000-3000$ price,get Sony VG-20
      for around 5000-8000$,Sony NEX-FS100,Sony PMW-EX1 and Panasonic AF101 is the best choice
      for a 8000-10000$ PMW-Sony EX3 is the best
      if u want a great and i mean great Cam,its Panasonic HPX500 wich is about 13000$
      for 2k and up cams u should buy SI-2K or RED scarlet with are about 17000 $
      u can buy em online just google em and go to their official site(depending what state or region u are in)

  20. QUESTION:
    Where to buy high fps cam corders?
    I've heard you need high fps to do slow-motion videos. Where exactly can i purchase these camcorders or video recorders? What fps would be needed to do ones like on youtube?

    • ANSWER:
      This depends on the kind of slow motion you want.

      To get smooth video, you need playback at ideally 24-30fps. That means, if your slow motion is twice realtime, you need to shoot at 60fps, then play back at 30fps. If you're really after some super slo-mo stuff, you may be shooting many times faster.

      Obviously, there's some give and take. Some of the YouTube videos, specifically, dial it down to 15fps... the video is jerkier, but some folks will do this in order to longer YouTube videos up at the same quality (due to the 100MB upload limit).

      Also, how long is your video? If you're shooting many minutes or hours worth at high speed, you used to need a pro-class camcorder, and that still might yield the best video up to 60fps. An example is the Panasonic HVX-200, a superb camera, but beyond most consumer budgets (just over ,000), and overkill by far if YouTube is your goal. See here:

      http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/558723-REG/Panasonic_AGHVX200A_AG_HVX200A_P2HD_Camcorder.html

      (B&H is a reliable place to buy "online" if you can't find it locally, and a good place to compare prices)

      But don't fret... 60fps is starting to enter the consumer world. Like the Panny above, don't look for alternate frame rates on tape-based camcorders, but flash-based in particular offers other options. One such option is the Sanyo Xacti 1010. This is an HD camcorder that records in MPEG-4 on flash. It's not the absolute best quality around, but it's decent. And it can record at 720p (1280x720) at a full 60fps. This is under 0 online.

      To go beyond that on a consumer budget, there are a few weird choices. Sony offers a very short burst high-speed mode on some of their camcorders. They call this "Smooth Slow" recording mode, and it can go to 120fps-200fps, depending on the camera model. This is supported in both pro/prosumer (HVR-V1, HVR-Z7, others) and consumer (HDR-CX7, HDR-HC3, others) models. This is always at a much lower resolution, good for YouTube but little else. And you're limited to bursts of about 3 seconds real-time.

      Another interesting option isn't a camcorder at all, but Casio's new digital still camera, the Exlim Pro EX-F1 (about 00) http://www.exilim.com/intl/ex_f1/. Most digital still cameras these days have a video mode, but it's usually at best standard-def at 30fps, maybe a tad better. But the EX-F1 has several high-frame rate video modes. It can actually shoot near SD-quality (512 × 384) at 300 fps, 432×192 at 600 fps, or 336×96 at 1200 fps.. it also does standard High-def. And this is continuous, up to memory or file limits, not just short bursts. If you're really serious about high-speed filming on a consumer budget, this is your best bet.

  21. QUESTION:
    What do you think about the show Buffy?
    I am looking for a new show to watch and I've never watched not even one episode of Buffy before, what do you think is it a good show??
    And if you could also please give a rating out of 10 that would be great thanks! :)

    • ANSWER:
      11 out of 10.
      Very few shows can stand up to BtVS. It was/is amazing. A show that broke all the rules and made new ones. It changed the world, had a phenomenal effect on the gay and lesbian culture. It was a show designed for everyone. Women and girls loved the 'Girl Power' aspect. Seeing the strong self confident woman be the hero for a change and men loved to watch a tiny blonde in short skirts do martial arts.
      BtVS was studied by university students. It's been dissected, analysed and written about.

      This is from Wikipedia...
      "The debut of Buffy (1997–2003)
      eventually led to the publication
      of a number of books and
      hundreds of articles examining the themes of the show from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives including sociology,
      psychology, philosophy, theology
      and women's studies. Since January 2001 Slayage: The Online
      Journal of Buffy Studies has published essays on the topic quarterly, and it continues to do so. Fighting the Forces: What's at Stake in Buffy the Vampire
      Slayer was published in 2002, and since then many more Buffy books have been published by academic book publishers with more books planned for release before the end of
      2006. There have
      also been a number of
      international conferences on the topic. College courses across the globe are devoted to the show, and secondary schools in
      Australia and New Zealand also provide Buffy classes. The topic can even be undertaken as part of a Master's degree in Cult Film & TV at Brunel University in
      London"

      I love BtVS I started watching it at 11 it was fresh and funny kicked evils ass and David Boreanaz kept taking his shirt off. I watched it again properly when I was about 16 for pretty much the same reasons but I understood a little more of the hidden adult humour. Then I watched it all again early last year aged 22 and saw it in a completely different light.

      So worth watching. It's dramatic, funny, well acted and rather addictive. Just don't let the first season put you off. It was the weakest and done on a budget of what I can only guess was about a tenner.

  22. QUESTION:
    i want to be a actor in indian film industry?pls help me?
    i want to persue my career in acting i want to be a actor in indian film industry,pls help me,how can i achieve this dream?

    • ANSWER:
      Are you in India?
      Have you ever acted?
      Can you dance?

      These are three biggies. If you're Indian but not in India, the only way for you to break in is to move. If you are Caucasian, don't expect to be reading for the hero role. Dancing is always a huge factor in Bollywood films, so it's crucial you have some ability. Singing not so much, they loop a lot of the singing with 'playback singers' (Lata Mangeshkar is the most famous, as you'd probably know).

      Now...universal rules: Source an agent. Find out which actors the agents represent and what kind of work they send them up for. Do NOT pay an agent when you sign up. Any agent who has a joining fee is not reputable. Real agents make their money by getting you work, not by charging you money to be on their books. They might use the excuse that they need to do your photo portfolio, or put you on an online audition network...so...you do that first. It'll cost a little, but it's not that expensive. All you need for a headshot is an 8 x 10 black & white photo.

      Other than that, you need to be active...writers write, painters paint, musicians play, actors act. So even if it doesn't pay at first, get yourself onstage doing theatre or in unpaid student films...or even low budget deferred payment short films.

      The only thing left to do is be lucky. Talent can only get you so far. And remember, work is more important than fame.

  23. QUESTION:
    what is a 35mm Camera with manual override?
    The photography course that I'll soon be attending requires me to bring my own "35mm camera with manual override". I'm not sure what they mean by that. I suppose it must be a film camera(not a digital one). Could you please explain what it means and suggest a 35mm camera to buy?

    Thanks in advance

    • ANSWER:
      Manual override refers to the ability to switch from an automatic exposure mode to a manual exposure mode.

      Automatic exposure modes would include the camera's full automatic mode (the camera sets both aperture and shutter speed), program mode, scene modes, aperture preferred (you set the aperture, the camea sets the shutter speed), and shutter speed preferred (you set the shutter speed, the camera sets the aperture).

      Manual exposure mode means that you set both the aperture and shutter speed.

      You may want to check with the instructor as to whether or not 35mm camera means a film camera; these days, digital SLRs can do just about everything a 35mm film camera could do and more. However, many instructors do want their students to learn with film first, so most likely you'll have to pick up a film camera.

      You can easily find plenty of used 35mm film SLRs on places like eBay and Craigslist. Very few new 35mm SLRs are made these days. A good used store online is http://www.keh.com but it'll be more expensive than eBay (and far less risky).

      My thoughts:
      If you want new, look for a Nikon FM10 for a full manual focus and manual exposure camera. For a new autofocus 35mm, the Canon Rebel K2 may still be found (maybe) at some stores, but it's in short supply.

      If you want used, the Pentax K1000 is the basic student manual focus camera. However, I prefer the smaller Pentax MX, as it gives you a bit more information in the viewfinder.

      However, I really think a used autofocus 35mm SLR with manual exposure capabilities is the way to go. You can turn off autofocusing if you need to. I would highly recommend the Nikon N80--fantastic camera and far better built than the more common Canon Rebel lineup. Plus, Nikon AF lenses will fit Nikon and Fujifilm digital SLRs, for future compatibility. I cannot recommend the Pentax autofocus 35mm SLRs--owning both Nikon AF and Pentax AF film cameras, there's no comparison, the Nikons are better. Higher end Canons are good too, but the low-end Canon Rebel lineup is pretty plasticky, and not my choice.

      If your budget can afford it, look for a used Nikon F100. This is a pro-level 35mm SLR often found for much less than it's original selling price (like a quarter of its original price). However, I think you'll find the N80 to be better suited for you, as it has a built-in pop up flash, which isn't found on the pro cameras.

      Finally, lenses: for film, the basic 28-80mm lens is okay. However, for about 5, a 50mm f/1.8 lens is a superb choice for sharpness and the ability to shoot in all lighting condition, as well as for its flexibility in aperture selection.

      Hope this helps.

  24. QUESTION:
    Tips to not be scammed by photographers on wedding day?
    I have heard a few nightmare stories of people being ripped off with their wedding photos & have seen some myself that are way to dodgy for the price paid.
    Any ideas on questions to ask the potential photographer to get the best possible results? Any tips on how to get them to lower costs?
    Thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      Ok, as a model who has run into several "photographers" who really should be honest and call themselves "picture takers"...

      My personal advice (learned from mistakes, mostly):

      1) Ask to see a set of pictures, unedited, from someone else's event. The photographer should be able to show you a contact sheet of how the images turned out before editing which will give you a GOOD idea of the consistency of their photographic quality.

      To me, this is very important. If I'm going to pay someone "good money" for images, I am going to make SURE that they don't have just the 10 best images from the past 10 YEARS on their portfolio (or that they aren't using someone elses images- which also happens)!!

      The black tux and white of a wedding gown are difficult for exposure, so take that into account when looking at "raw" images.

      If it is a new photographer who doesn't necessarily have wedding references, try looking them up on onemodelplace.com or modelmayhem and see if you can find them (many do TFP with models to get images in their portfolio- and then you can contact the models on their OMP page).

      Remember that references are often faked. They could have shot a wedding for their sister :-)

      Prints are often overpriced. Look up basic wholesale costs on backprint.com or online (even walmart.com) and come with those numbers when you meet.

      For a wedding, I would go with a photographer who shoots film, even if he also shoots digital or will shoot digital for your wedding.
      The reason for this is that photographers who learned on film ("old school") often have usually mastered the basics MUCH better than those who began with digital. Film is harder to fake and someone who learned by spending hundreds of dollars on bad negatives... well, I think it would make for a shorter learning curve and a higher percentage of good images!

      Student photographers who have gotten a BA degree in photography have film courses as requirements, so if you can't find an "old school" photog... consider someone with the investment and knowledge of a degree behind them (from an accredited university- not some questionable online course).

      Also, equippment. They should atleast have the professional lighting!! It's cheap to rent, and if someone can't invest in atleast a rental for good portable lighting... or if they don't know how to USE lighting (light meter, etc)... then I would run :)

      I know, this sounds tough on photographers... but there are way too many people out there calling themselves photographers and it is SO hard to tell with digital media and editing.

      As far as the pricing, come armed with a budget.
      Give them your "lowball" budget first and negotiate up from there.
      Don't sign anything until you've talked to a few other photographers. Ask photographers you meet with about eachother (it's worth a try, though I don't know how chatty they would be knowing you're planning a wedding- as a glamour model, photogs are usually protective enough to warn me away from scammers).

      Also, ask them about other photographers.... if a student is unobtrusive and doesn't get in the way or use flashes, can they also photograph the event? If so, finding a student to do your wedding for their portfolio and the experience would be a great way to get extra images for cheap/free :-)

      That's all I can think of at the moment.
      Hope this helps!

  25. QUESTION:
    Good site for renting and watching movies online?
    Besides zune and netflix.

    • ANSWER:
      Indie Movies Online is free (and legal): http://www.indiemoviesonline.com/

      You won't find blockbusters on there though, only smaller-budget and independent films. If you like horror, there's a great Dario Argento film called Sleepless on there (he famously directed Suspiria). There are also lots of older films, some classics and some not so great, but it's fun experimenting with new fillms and directors.

      I also enjoyed a creepy David Cronenberg short film called The Lie Chair.

  26. QUESTION:
    I will be in NYC for vacation at the end of Jul. Any advice on where to go what to visit and what to pack?

    • ANSWER:
      NYC has so much to do. I've lived in NYC my whole life, and here are some of the highlights:

      -- Central Park. You can walk around, go to the zoo, pack a picnic, rent a rowboat, or do so much more! It's especially great in the summer, and it can be romantic. Here's a link: http://www.centralparknyc.org/

      -- When you visit Times Sq., I would go at night, as that is when it's the most remarkable.

      -- Ripleys: Believe it or Not, and Madame Tussuads wax museum are both great attractions in the Times Sq. area.

      -- NYC has great shopping. I would recommend 5th avenue, Macy's (the largest store in the world), Manhattan Mall, South Street Seaport, the century 21 in Tribeca, and Soho for shopping.

      -- Boat tours are abundant in the NYC harbor, and they can be a great way to tour the city.

      -- You can kayak on the Hudson River, and then lounge on the grass in Battery Park City.

      -- NYC is a concert hot spot. Check and see if any of your favorite music artists are playing. If so, you may be able to get tickets.

      -- China town is a great place to go. There's stores, food, and lots of Chinese culture. In small stores you can bargain with the sellers to get cheaper prices.

      -- The World Financial Center and The New York Stock Exchange are in NYC. The World Financial Center also has an amazing winter garden with palm trees and white hot coco.

      -- Ground Zero, and the World Trade Center 1 construction site is downtown. It's sad and has lots of historical value, but i wouldn't recommend it if you're short on time, because it's basically a construction site.

      -- The Empire State Building and Top Of The Rock are both skyscrapers that offer amazing views of the city. If you do visit, buy tickets online, so you don't have to wait in line as long, and they can also be cheaper.

      -- You can visit one of the city's many zoos and botanical gardens.

      -- The Statue of Liberty is a great attraction. Now you can go up to the crown. I would buy tickets in advance for this as well, because it's a very popular attraction.

      -- You could visit Coney Island and ride the Cyclone, and the other Luna Park rides, and then go for a walk on the boardwalk and a dip in the ocean.

      -- You could rent a bike, and bike aorund the city. There's a great bike path along the west side highway.

      -- There are multitude of museums in NYC. Besides Ripleys: Believe it or Not, and Madame Tussuad's Wax Museum, I would also recommend The American Museum of Natural History, MOMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The New Museum, The Tenement Museum, and The Intrepid Air and Space Museum. If you are older then 18, there is also the Museum of S E X.

      -- You guys could walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, have lunch at Grimaldi's Pizza, and come back.

      -- Broadway plays, while expensive, are really good, and I would definitely see one or two if you have the budget. Billy Elliot, West Side Story, and Wicked are really good. The Book of Mormon, and Warhorse won a lot of Tony awards this year as well.

      -- The Highline Park in NYC is amazing! You get to walk on an abandoned subway track turned natural sanctuary. It's free too :).

      -- Some great restaurants are:
      Il Corallo trattoria in Soho
      Pop burger, near the Hudson River
      Ox Cart in Brooklyn
      Joe's Pizza on Bleecker
      Philio's Fro Yo on Bleecker.

      Pack:
      -- Sunscreen (It gets HOT in July.)
      -- A camera, and extra film (You'll definitely want to take loads of pictures)
      -- You should go to MTA.info and print out a free subway/ bus map if you plan on using public transportation.
      -- Pocket money (Bring extra money, because things can get expensive)
      -- Credit Card-- lots of businesses such as hotels, and restaurants may only accept credit cards.
      -- I.D.-- It can never hurt to have an ID, and you may need it to do things like go to the statue of liberty.
      Have fun in NYC :)

  27. QUESTION:
    Why is the UK behind in Animation?
    One thing I could never understand is why Britain has never capitalized on the animation market as the US, Japan, and Canada has done. Other then Aardman it seems like it lags behind, even in the comic book industry. Some of the best british comic book writers like Alan Moore, Mark Millar, and Neil Gaiman are working for American comic companies. It's odd that a country that has done extremely well with the Film and Music Industry doesn't seem to follow up with animation.

    Just looking for an interesting answer.

    • ANSWER:
      The UK animation industry is now only worth a vanishingly-small £120m, at a time when Screen Digest says the world animation industry is worth £70 billion a year. Animation production in the UK has fallen by 83% in six years. Three-quarters of the UK’s animators have either already moved abroad or are considering shifting overseas. Some of the reasons are:

      * a lack of taxpayer-funded support and/or serious training incentives via government. This was the case during the long failure of the Labour years, but has been continued under the current government. Film still gets huge subsidies (most of which was wasted, under Labour), but animation gets almost nothing.

      * the consistent cutting of production capability by TV producers (e.g.: BBC Animation Unit closed; S4C animation closed; Channel 4 animation dept. closed; C4 budget for short animations cut by £500,000)

      * the almost complete sidelining of animation by official UK film agencies

      * the complete lack of interest in funding animation at the Arts Council

      * the lack of accredited university courses (Skillset can currently only find six B.A. animation courses in the whole of the UK that are worthy of being accredited)

      * the low status and poor conditions often accorded to visiting lecturers at UK universities, together with increasing management intolerance of creative quirkyness and preference for a "safe pair of hands" whose "face fits" when recruiting full-time lecturers

      * the general public distain for courses in "creative subjects" in schools, coupled with the generally poor manner in which creativity is taught in schools

      * a general lack of understanding of the career potential of the creative industries, especially outside London among careers advisors and jobcentres - which can derail a demoralised young talented person in the regions into undemanding and non-creative work

      * siphoning of young talent into the videogames industry, where it is often burned out by overwork within five years

      * the opening up of a great many less time-consuming ways to be creative / make money - many of them online - which naturally draws talent away from the industry

  28. QUESTION:
    I'm really good at movie filming, web designing and movie editing?
    How can I make a few bucks doing these things?

    • ANSWER:
      You could start your own 'video content' website, filming subjects that interest you. Or making quirky low-budget recordings, with a bit of fun, or obscure story lines. You could get some students to act in them for free.

      Well they are inevitably going to be low-budget, but you could make them 'arty', or 'different', or comical, etc. Or short stories, 3 minute stories, 15 mins etc I'm sure you could find loads of talented student writers to do some free work. (Always think 'freebie' lol!)

      And you could slowly build an online stock of these, and you could even use this website as some sort of 'portfolio' for other work. You probably won't make much money from it from the beginning, and loads of your stuff may even appear on other free online video sharing sites, so instead of getting upset about people using your stuff illegally, you could use it to your benefit and place a url for your website at the end of the clip, or at the bottom of the clips while they are running, so that way, you're benefiting from free advertising.

      And this could lead to some well paid work in the future. So basically, think of your website as a portfolio first, and this will minimise frustrations when it doesn't make money right away.

      Good luck

  29. QUESTION:
    Can I get a job as a film director if...?
    I am an undergraduate at Syracuse University and majoring Tv/Radio/Film, and Religious Studies. Is it possible to go to the film industry and get a job as a film director? Or do I need to wait until Grad school?

    • ANSWER:
      You have to understand that there are no "jobs" per se for film directors. You'll never see "film director wanted" in the classified ads of a newspaper or online. Certainly film directors are hired sometimes, but really, how it works (as mentioned) is you spend many years working your way up the ladder and proving yourself by directing low or no budget films.

      Generally speaking, THIS is the genesis of a film director:

      1) Maybe, maybe not graduate from film school.

      2) Shoot/direct/make a bunch of short films and try to get them into film festivals.

      2) Make a first feature length film based on a great script with either your own money or money from investors based on your success with short films and your winning personality.

      3) Promote your first film and try to get it into upper level film festivals and ultimately into the hands of a distributor.

      4) Make another feature length film with ideally a larger budget than your first film and go through the same cycle as in number 3.

      5) Repeat step 4 as many times as it takes until you are considered a "film director" and you can easily get financing for films.

  30. QUESTION:
    If i had moved had to LA, America (from Australia) for an acting career.....?
    With all experience and education all done in Australia, how would this be an advantage or disadvantage.

    For example if i had done this all in Australia:
    - 25 years old, Male.
    - 3 commercials
    - 2 major guest spots on Neighbours or Home & Away
    - 4 Short film [leading role]
    - 4 Year course in dramatic art
    - Legit agency

    Would all this time/effort be a waste if i wanted to have a serious acting career in LA?

    Much thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      I'm an LA Actor giving you the REAL DEAL!

      You're already ahead of people starting out in LA.

      Here are some tips to help you on your acting journey:

      1.EDUCATE YOURSELF FIRST!

      READ (check Samuel French, libraries, and bookstores):

      *=If you're on a budget

      Acting business:
      *Acting is Everything: Gold Edition-Judy Kerr
      *How to Be a Working Actor-Mari Lyn Henry and Lynne Rogers
      *Self Management for Actors-Bonnie Gillespie
      -How to Get Arrested-J. Wallach Michael and Paul Thurwachter
      *An Agent Tells All-Tony Martinez
      -One Less Bitter Actor: The Actor's Survival Guide-Markus Flanagan
      -So You Want to Be in Showbusiness?- Steve R. Stevens
      -Acting Truths and Lies (purchased at www.info4actors.com)

      Acting:
      *Book the Job-Doug Warhit
      *Intent to Live-Larry Moss
      -Acting for the Camera-Tony Barr
      -Acting in Film-Michael Caine
      -Acting Class: Take a Seat-Milton Katselas

      Method Acting:
      *Art of Acting-Stella Adler
      *Sanford Meisner on Acting-Sanford Meisner
      *A Dream of Passion-Lee Strasberg
      -Actor's Art and Craft-William Esper
      -The Power of the Actor-Ivanna Chubbuck
      -No Acting Please-Eric Morris
      -Respect for Acting-Uta Hagen
      -Challenge to the Actor-Uta Hagen
      -You Can Act!-D.W. Brown
      -Strasberg’s Method-Lorrie Hull

      Comedy
      -8 Characters of Comedy-Scott Sedita
      -The Sitcom Career Book-Mary Lou Belli

      Improv
      -Anything by Viola Spolin
      -Steve Book on Acting: Improv

      Auditioning/Cold Reading:
      *How to Get the Part Without Falling Apart-Margie Haber
      *Audition-Michael Shurtleff
      -Secrets to Successful Cold Readings-Glenn Alterman

      2.GET TRAINING!

      Regardless of how "talented" you might be, you NEED training, PERIOD!

      Best schools in LA:
      Cold Reading/Auditioning
      -Margie Haber
      -Brian Reise
      -Amy Lyndon

      Commercials
      -Hey, I Saw Your Commercial!
      -Chris Game
      -Stuart K. Robinson
      -Stuart Stone
      -Killian McHugh
      -Francine Selkirk-Akerman
      -Carolyne Barry

      Improv (All four are great)
      -Groundlings
      -Second City
      -Upright Citizens Brigade
      -Improv Olympic

      Scene Study/Acting (It varies. Some schools are not for everyone. Chubbuck, Eric Morris, and Howard Fine are not for people who aren't fans of Strasberg or Uta Hagen (ie. affective memory and substitution.) Playhouse West, Joanne Baron/DW Brown, and Acting Corps are more Meisner oriented. Try to audit these places and make sure if they're for you or not.

      -Doug Warhit
      -Kimberly Jentzen
      -Beverly Hills Playhouse
      -Howard Fine
      -Stella Adler
      -Ivanna Chubbuck
      -Joanne Baron/D.W. Brown
      -Tom Todoroff
      -Playhouse West
      -Aaron Speiser
      -Acting Corps
      -Eric Morris

      Comedy:
      -Scott Sedita
      -Lesly Kahn

      3. Get GREAT headshots

      Here's is a good place to start:

      http://bbs.backstage.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/8011031/m/110106342

      4. Build Your Resume and Reel Doing Student films and Indie Films. Also do plays to build your acting experience.

      Sample Resume:

      http://i707.photobucket.com/albums/ww80/ELDORADO59/scan0002.jpg

      How to make an ACTING resume:

      http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091011203729AAkQetj

      The ONLY LEGIT Online sites that you can find jobs on your own through:
      ALL SITES NOT LISTED BELOW ARE QUESTIONABLE!

      -ActorsAccess.com
      -LACasting.com
      -Nowcasting.com
      -Backstage.com

      Free but proceed with caution:
      -Castingcallsearch.com
      -Mandy.com
      -Craigslist

      5. Get an Agent

      To get an agent, you need to get GREAT headshots, a good resume, and training from the best. These are enough to get you a commercial agent at least. Getting a GOOD theatrical agent (Film/tv) takes longer. Most good theatrical agents won’t see you unless you’re SAG, have a polished resume, and a demo reel. Commercial agents are more lenient about that. What the best Commercial agents want to see on your resume are good commercial classes, improv, and cold reading.

      You can get an agent multiple ways. Here are a few common ways:
      -Mail in an unsealed manilla envelope with a CONCISE coverletter and headshot with the resume stapled on the back. If you have a demoreel include that too.
      -Attend a showcase and impress them. By showcase I do not mean scammy conventions like IMTA, IPOP, Proscout, or Best New Talent. I mean legit ones like at Actor Connection, Reel pros, Network Studios, etc.
      -Get a referral from a friend who is with the agency that you’re interested in

      DON’T
      -Email them unless they tell you to. IT’S UNPROFESSIONAL!
      -Call unless they tell you to. ALSO UNPROFESSIONAL!
      -Walk in and ask for a meeting. UNPROFESSIONAL THREE!
      -Sign with them if they ask for upfront money, make you take new photos with THEIR photographer, or take THEIR classes. Agent’s ONLY make money when you do. Agents usually make 10% on film/tv and commercials and 20% on commercial print.

      Here are some agencies that are more open to taking developing actors:
      Top Youth Agencies:
      CESD
      Osbrink
      Coast to Coast
      Abrams
      Daniel Hoff
      Amsel, Eisenstadt, and Frazier
      Savage

      Top Commercial Agencies(*=definite winners):
      KSR *-Alicia Ruskin
      Abrams *- Mark Measures
      CESD *- David Ziff or Adrienne Berg
      Diverse *- Wendy Morrison
      Coast to Coast * -Hugh Leon
      Daniel Hoff * - Daniel Hoff
      Commercial Talent * - Neil Kreppel
      Commercials Unlimited - Richard Reiner
      Innovative Artists * - Marcia Hurwitz or Cher Van Amburg
      Independent Artists- Jenine Leigh or Laura Fogelman
      Bobby Ball-Mike O'Dell
      Flick Commercials- Tina Kiratsoulis
      DPM - Daniel P. Mulheran
      DDO - Marlene Sutton
      Venture IAB - Noel Palm
      Sutton, Barth, Venari * -Pam Sparks
      Arlene Thornton and Associates - Tracy Mapes
      Pantheon * -Patricia Dawson or Pierre Gatling
      Beverly Hecht -Teresa Valente-Dahlquist
      Don Buchwald and Associates *- Kristy Dax
      M. Greene and associates - Jim Lighte
      AKA * - Doug Ely
      Amsel, Eisenstadt & Frazier -Gloria Hinojosa
      Brady, Brannon, and Rich * - Judy Rich or Pat and David Brady
      Brass Artists - Jack Ianacci
      Aqua - John Kolinofsky
      Special Artists Agency - Alexandra Gucovsky
      Amatruda, Benson, and Assoc. -Kimberly Gola
      Angel City - Gwen Davis
      BiCoastal - Greta Hanley
      Clear Talent Group - Tim O'Brien
      Lemon Lime - Robin Harrington or Chaim Magnum
      LA Talent - Pam Loar or Mike Casey
      LW1 - Sean Robinson
      Mavrick - Brad Diffley
      Momentum - Garry Purdy
      NTA*- Nancy Luciano

      Up and Comer Commercial Agencies:
      -Talentworks (Emily Hope from ACME is here)
      -House of Representatives (Top theatrical agency that now has a commercial department)
      -Sovereign (Top theatrical agency that now has a commercial department)- Annalisa Babich
      -Hollywood Select Talent-Mike Sutton of Baron Entertainment is there.

      Theatrical Agents (Minus the Big 4 (William Morris, UTA, ICM, CAA) and the B Agencies(Gersh, APA, Paradigm, Innovative) who do NOT take beginners) :
      Buchwald
      Abrams
      David Shapira and Associates
      Diverse
      Domain
      The Glick Agency
      GVA
      IFA
      Kazarian Spencer (KSR)
      Metropolitan
      Michael Greene and Associates
      Pakula King
      Peter Strain
      SMS Talent
      Sovereign
      Stone Manners
      SDB Partners
      Talentworks
      AEF
      AKA
      Chasin
      Coast to Coast
      Daniel Hoff
      Defining Artists
      Gage Group
      Geddes
      Hervey Grimes
      Henderson Hogan
      House of Representatives
      Osbrink
      Pantheon
      Privilege

  31. QUESTION:
    Best film-based SLR camera for starting out?
    Hi, i'm starting a photography class soon and need to purchase a film-based SLR camera. I have had a look and to be honest i'm not sure where to start, my budget is around £600 as I would like to keep using the camera for a while after my course.

    • ANSWER:
      See if you can find a good used camera and save some money. I like the Nikon SLR cameras. You want a good "old school" camera where you will have to do manual focus with basic controls then look for these Nikon models: FM, FM2,FM2n, FM10, FE, and FE2. You can do internet searches and find info on all of these, below the 1st link is to a review of the FM2n.

      I added a 2nd link to photo.net. It is a website that has a large online photo coummunity with much information that includes discussion forums that you may find of assistance.

      Then either get a 50mm lens (sometimes refered to as a standard lenss) or a good quality short zoom lens.

      Feel free to contact me if you think I can be of help.

      Mark

      marksablow.com

  32. QUESTION:
    Can I screw a 3x Zoom Multiplier(Point&Shoot) into the end Filter Ring of Nikkor DX lens with same mm threads?
    I have been thinking about an upgrade from a Point and Shoot to a D-SLR for over a year now mainly because my Kodak 5MP is 6 years old now, has an adapter to use Kodak's Wide Angle lens which blocks the flash and I have no focus control.

    I really haven't considered any other brands like Canon or Fujifilm, Pentax because I had been set on a Nikon. Specifically the D80. I finally decide after reading countless reviews and the like that I am going to be getting a D80, I have already ordered an 8GB SDHC 150X with 20Mb/s write speed card for my camera.

    I had originally thought I was going to get the kit from Best Buy which was the D80 with an Extra Battery, a Case, and an 18 - 135mm and a 70 - 300mm. The latter lens alone is 7(on sale which is normally 0). The body only comes in at 0 and finally the 18 - 135 at 0

    That brings the separate total to 67 and 30 without the sale price on the 70 - 300mm lens respectively. Basically this means that in their kit price of 1767 they are giving you 0 for the battery and case.

    I thought this was an OK deal but I began looking at the kit and I knew absolutely nothing about the lenses from the mm to what they catch in the viewfinder (SLR means what you see is what you get) or anything. I did research to find out what I need to know and I looked at a few friends cameras and set their lenses manually to the same mm specs and took some pictures that I normally would take with my old camera and wow, that gave me a reality check. I now know that I definitely don't want the ranges of lenses that come in that kit.

    I start thinking about the information I have at hand and my budget of around 00, taking into consideration that I mainly use Wide Angles for landscape type shots, I realize that 18mm just is not going to cut it on the low end. I learned that 35mm and below is considered wide but the wide angle on my Kodak must be a Semi-Fish-Eye to Super Wide Angle type. I need a much lower mm to be the width I need at the short distance I am shooting from. Generally the closer to 0 degrees you get the faster the width goes wider so from 18 - 12 is a huge difference which is equivalent to say 70 - 120mm at medium focal length.

    I start looking for wide angle Nikon lenses and come across the Nikkor 12 - 24mm which is perfect for what I am wanting (108 degree viewing angle at 12mm) but holy cow this lens is 99. I am on a bit of a budget so... If I have absolutely got to have this lens I do need one more I think well I and going to use the telephoto a lot too so the logical choice is the 70 - 300mm. So were talking 0 00 0 = 00 without a bag or spare battery and I realize that the most used mm spec is 35mm(SLR is Film or 35mm) give or take 15mm so we are talking a 20 - 50mm lens. OK Nikon has a 17 - 55mm but it is another 0 or I could get the 18 - 135mm for 0 with extra zoom but a plastic mounting ring rather than metal.

    So this bumps me into the 00 range which is double mu budget. So then I talk to a photographer who suggests non OEM lenses so online at a review of the 12 - 24mm Nikkor and several comparable models and I decide to get the 10 - 20mm Sigma Wide Angle that supports the AF-S functionality of the Nikon D-SLR so AF works (Meaning that the Auto Focus and Silent Wave Motor or Sigma's version of it are driven by the AF function of the D80) and this one is significantly cheaper at around 0 pairing that with a more expensive 18 - 200mm for around 0 and I'm more in the ball park with 00, it is a better option to spend more on that lense with VR (Vibration Reduction) and have one less lens so the 18 - 135 and 70 - 200 are not split into two lenses which would increase price about 0 and I would be switching all the time.

    With these two lenses paired I have all the ranges I want except for the upper telephoto topping out at 200mm. This gets me thinking about something, all the lenses have threads for external filters and the lens hood snaps over but is also the same mm measurement. Why can I not buy a 3x multiplier and screw into the end of the 18 - 200mm making it into a 54 - 600mm lens?

    That is the question I am asking you guys...can i do that. The screw in lens is made for the lower end cameras such as point and shoot but if the threads are the same and nothing comes out of the end of the lens which I know it will not because the filters could not be installed otherwise. Can't I use that just for long telephoto which is usually pretty specific of a shot such as a bird or something. There is the possibility that the WYSIWYG will view the outside diameter of the 3X lens showing a ring and black corners on the final picture which is can be easily cropped out anyway.

    What do you guys think? the 3x multiplier is 0 verses 00 for a 80 - 500mm lens.The only problem I could see as a possibility would be the filters screwing on the outside versus the 3x screwing on internally.

    • ANSWER:
      Screwing a "3X multiplier" onto the front of your lens is a bad idea. The resultant loss of quality will make you quickly realize you wasted your money. Its like putting used tires on your new car.

      If you want to extend the zoom range of your DSLR lens you will need a Nikon teleconverter. They come in 3 multipliers: 1.4X, 1.7X and 2X.

      Just multiply the focal lengths of your zoom lenses: your 18-200 becomes a 36-400 with the 2X.

      As in all things, however, there are no solutions, only trade-offs. The increase you gain in focal length with the teleconverter comes with an increase in your effective f-stop. So your 18-200mm f3.5/5.6 zoom not only becomes a 36-400mm it also performs like an f7.0/11.2 lens. Yes, you lose 2 full stops with a 2X teleconverter. However, this isn't as much of a problem as you might think. How can I say that? Easy. I know the old "Sunny 16 Rule". It states: "On a sunny day, set your aperture to f16 and your shutter speed to 1/ISO." In other words, if we're using ISO 400 on a sunny day we can shoot at f16 (f8 with your 2X teleconverter) at a shutter speed of 1/400. Since your lens has VR you'll be able to go even slower.

      Buy the 18-200mm zoom with VR and a Nikon 2X teleconverter.

      If you want to spend your money wisely, buy a thin/slim mount 72mm Haze/UV filter and a thin/slim mount 72mm circular polarizer. Choose from Heliopan, B+W, Singh-Ray, Tiffen or Hoya. You want a thin/slim mount to avoid vignetting at 18mm. The Haze/UV filter will protect the front element of your lens and remove haze seen in scenic pictures. The polarizer will darken a blue sky, enhance colors, and remove glare/reflections from water, glass, snow, sand and painted metal - but not polished metal.

      Buy a lens cleaning cloth like the ones offered by Nikon or PhotoSilk or Pentax. In 37 years I've never used a liquid lens cleaner.

  33. QUESTION:
    Trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico in May?
    I am planning a family trip to San Juan, PR in mid-May.
    How's weather there around that time?
    Some say May is a hurricane season, so try to avoid it.
    Some say it doesn't start until June.
    I need an advice from someone with experience! =)

    Any tips on travel to PR are appreciated.

    If May isn't really the best time for San Juan, do you have any place to suggest for a family trip in May? I'm thinking about 3nights4days long and leaving from Washington DC.

    Thanks again! =)

    • ANSWER:
      As others have said here, you should be Ok in may with regards to Hurricanes and even in the main season, direct hits are not that common.

      As for temps. hot with the chnace of rain (but usually it will be a short burst of heavy rain and then the sun will be back out).

      As for things to do:

      Consider renting a car, just bear in mind that driving is a little crazy, just keep your eyes on all your mirrors and you'll be fine. It's better than relying on organized trips in my opinion

      Places to see.
      Old San Juan - easily spend a few hours walking around here. It's a little hilly so maybe jump on the free trolley bus to El Morro (the fort) and work your way back down through the city. Plenty of places to eat and drink for all budgets. Try Breakfast at La Bombonera (one of the oldest establishments in the city)

      El Yunque (rainforest) plus spend the afternoon at Luquillo Beach

      Check out one of the grand hotels on a weekend evening and try your hand (feet) at some latin dancing.

      Ponce on the South coast for more Puerto Rican architecture

      Arecibo Observatory. The James Bond movie Golden Eye and also the Jodie Foster movie Contact were filmed there.

      There is also this: Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve (Tel:787-722-5882). I have not been, but I would like to (it sounds a cool place to visit). You can have an escorted tour through the reserve on an electric trolley, but you have to book in advance.

      Pnce in the south is also worth considering

      Try the local food stands and just enjoy everything that the island has to offer.

      Also check the online guides frommers.com, roughguide.com and visitthecoqui.wordpress.com

  34. QUESTION:
    how to enter a film festival?
    how do i enter a film festival, does it cost anything?
    also, me and a parter are currently writing around a 90 page horror script, for a low budget horror film. top enter film festivals is there a limit to how long it has to be, since i am doing a low budget film, im making it around between 1 hour and 30 mins.
    or do you think i should go with just an hour one? idk

    • ANSWER:
      Most film festivals have an entry fee for submissions. The fee varies with the festival. A lot of festivals use Withoutabox (www.withoutabox.com) for entries - it's free to register for a filmmaker's account and you can enter mutiple festivals fairly easily and pay the entry fees online. So far as the length goes, ther eis no limit to how long it can be, but if you are making a 90 minute film it better be pretty darn exciting for the entire 90 minutes! I used to jury a film festival and for a feature film, after 15 minutes we would vote on whether or not it was worth our time to watch the rest of it; but most short films we would watch the whole thing. An hour long film is actually an awkward length - some festivals consider a short film anything less than 30 minutes and a feature anything over 70, so a 60 minute film doesn't fit either category.

  35. QUESTION:
    Anime movie making online software?
    Hi I'm into film-making and developing stories. But I'm having a problem :( I don't have any actors so im kinda stuck I wanna post video on youtube and facebook. So i just decide start off with anime instead as a basic. I'm on a tight budget so does anyone know any anime software where I can make anime short films or any online for free??? thanks

    • ANSWER:
      You mean like video editing software like Adobe After Effects?

  36. QUESTION:
    Need ideas for a short film please?
    Okay so I'm launching my new channel on YouTube but I want to launch it with a Short Film to gain some popularity. I need something simple that can be done with a relatively low budget (simple expenses for props as I have a camera, stabilizer, tripod etc...). I enjoy shooting action scenes but I need a good story line. I am open to doing Fan Films but please search online first before suggesting them as Left 4 Dead and others have already been done. Please also do not include Minecraft as I'm actually planning on doing that later on once I have more resources and access to actors. Thanks!
    Im 15 btw. And I realize that like the guy in the comments said you are giving ME, YOUR ideas not knowing how much experience or skill I have, I realize that its hard to trust some random guy on the internet but heres a quick run down, I picked up my first camera when I was 8 and started making videos, since then i've improved my skills and done some product videos and even some TV ads for my dad who's a website designer. I've now taken a bigger interest in doing larger projects for actual money such as this, so there's my story and if you don't feel like giving your idea that's okay just anything would be appreciated.

    • ANSWER:
      Start by making a list of locations available to you. Then make of list of people who would be willing to act in your movie. Think about what could happen at those locations.

  37. QUESTION:
    How can i get more Short Films Online?
    You should try watching more short films. Perhaps the inventory of well-known short films these days is limited to the Pixar shorts before their features, and whatever the Academy decides to nominate at Oscar time. And perhaps the perceived quality of the “short film” type is diluted by all the terrible student films and demo reels made by people who, rightfully, will never have access to the budget of a feature-length film.

    But the short film has a long and distinguished pedigree. Chaplin, Keaton, and Lloyd were equally well-known for their shorts as for their features. Because of the lengthy process of animation, most of our greatest animators are known primarily for short films. And, I would argue, there are many famous feature filmmakers who seem better suited to the short subject format.

    www.shortfilmsin.com

    • ANSWER:
      Agreed, I watch a lot of short films on IFC

  38. QUESTION:
    Acting school for children?
    Hello,
    My daughter have appeared on 11 low-budget short films and now she wants to take an acting class in order to get an agency(big one like WMA or CAA). What is the best acting class for children with low tuition in the NYC area ?
    P.S : The kind which teaches us not only acting skills but also how to do good at auditions and appear naturally in front of the camera.

    • ANSWER:
      Asian girl,

      I think I answered a question of yours the other day, you really need to back off the WMA and CAA idea or you'll just be disappointed. They will not sign your daughter until she does something big or you know someone important, period. You don't want them to anyway because having them as your agent means nothing if they won't work for her. She needs momentum and without big credits she doesn't have that.

      Now, about your classes, you're not going to find the best studio for cheap in NY. That's another pip dream. It takes little more than a search to find several classes and as big as NY is it's best for you to search to find what's closest to you. Tuition is going to be big there, that's just the way it is so do one class at a time if that's all you can afford. Start with technique or scene study class, switch to an on camera, then an audition class when you can. You just do what you can when you can. I could barely afford my classes, I started working in the office and doing anything I could to get my classes, it was a trade. Make it work if it's that important to you.

      Make a list of questions, call every studio you can find and ask them about scholarships or making any type of arrangements to pay or trade services.

      http://www.goodsearch.com/Search.aspx?Keywords=NY+acting+class+kids

      http://www.goodsearch.com/Search.aspx?Keywords=NY+acting+studio

      http://www.goodsearch.com/Search.aspx?Keywords=NY+acting+studio+kids

      Vary the words in your search to suit your needs and call to ask questions. Check up on their business using BBB, ripoffreport.com, etc. Search their name and the word scam online to see if there's anything else you should know before spending your money there, do your research.

      good luck,
      Marianne

  39. QUESTION:
    If they cost the same, what's better?
    my question is this: If any given AF 35mm SLR and digital AF SLR cost the same, and you consider every single feature and specification on both cameras, which one would generally be better?
    My budget is kind of tight, so a camera that isn't too pricety (600-700 bucks) so I can still buy wide angle and a good telephoto lens. I want it to be able to do things that a point and shooter can't, but also be able to do things that a digital camera can't (very long exposures and whatnot). I don't really travel much, except to tourist traps with my family, because I like to find great shots in common things (plus I can already find extrordinary things near where I live-like my friends backyard. His dad earns a store specializing in birds, and they have a huge backyard with trees, a river and a field with at least two dozen feeders.)

    • ANSWER:
      If you know how to really use the equipment in terms of getting the exposure right and you are pretty sure of your composition skills, it's a toss up in terms of the camera and a matter of personal preference.

      If you travel a lot and visit exotic and remote places, I go digital. The film quality can't be guarranteed in places like the Far East, India, Pacific Islands, etc. The digital gives consistent and reliable results.

      If you do things like take long back pack trips (over a week or two), like I used to like to do, I go with film because I don't want to carry an extra battery or some sort of jury rigged solar recharging setup.

      For initial cost, the film camera is the best. You don't have to invest in software and maybe an upgrade to a computer system, or the purchase of a new one.

      If you shoot a lot, digital is less expensive over time in terms of not using consumable film. Also, it is much more flexible so you won't have to invest in filters to do color correction, produce golden sunset pictures, etc. You'll also never run into the situation where your film is the wrong type for the lighting. Even though the basics of photography don't change, the digital way of accomplishing many of those basics is different and that makes the learning curve steeper and longer. Digital is more convenient - it's not easier.

      Vance

      Addendum:

      Given the added information, I do have a specific recommendation that should be around your budget if you shop smart.

      Canon's EOS 350D is a full featured digital camera that will do just about anything you want. It can and does produce professional level images the equivalent of the Canon 20D and is outstanding in its low noise at the higher ISO speeds. ISO 1600 is very usable. It has RAW and JPEG image files available. You can get that with a kit lens for around 0.00 USD or less online with some smart shopping.

      The kit lens would be the 17-55 mm zoom. It's not a great lens, but it is very acceptable. In 35 mm terms, this covers a range from 28 mm (wide angle) to 88 mm (short telephoto).

      You mention birds and for that you'll want a telephoto. You're description of what you'll shoot also shows that anything may be a subject for you. Way cool, you should have a macro for nice close-ups. The Tamron 70-300 mm zoom lens is a good sharp lens with nice contrast. You should be able to pick one up for around 0.00 USD.

      The wide angle of the kit lens will be good for landscapes, group shots of your friends and some pretty fine shots using the distortion of wide angle for creative stuff.

      The macro will get you in close and the images are sharp. The world looks very different this way. You'll be able to take close-ups of flowers, insects, or anything else you want with good quality.

      Tamron 70-300 zoom images:

      Macro Spider:

      http://picasaweb.google.com/Vance.Lear/CrossSpider/photo?authkey=0VpGvvAH-dc#5091065966582511202

      Teleshot @ 200 mm:

      http://picasaweb.google.com/Vance.Lear/TamronTeleShot/photo?authkey=to_x-lnlJdg#5104271895733226978

      Dance performance/handheld ISO 1600:

      http://picasaweb.google.com/Vance.Lear/To20DGroup?authkey=UK8Z4YYwlUs

      Kit lens, 18 mm @ 20 sec exposure:

      http://picasaweb.google.com/Vance.Lear/KitLens18Mm/photo?authkey=iKOh8AZXF5A#5104273832763477506

      The camera used for the images above is a 20D, which is a working camera for me. The 350D and the 20D are virtually identical in terms of image quality.

      The lenses used are the two I am recommending.

      If you want to do better, start thinking in terms of a LOT more money. The 350D also uses the same lenses as the the high end Canon's so if you upgrade the body, lenses can still be used.

      Tried to put together an equivalent Nikon system, but really couldn't.

      A film system will be cheaper, but I think there would be a lot of practical drawbacks for you.

      There's my thoughts, my reasons (the images) and your budget. Opinions vary.

      Vance

  40. QUESTION:
    Help Me Get My First Short Film Made!?
    About Me

    Hey everyone, I am an 18 year old filmmaker from London, I have just purchased my first camera and written a short film. As many of you film makers out there can probably relate to, the first film is the scariest. I have what i think is a solid storyline but am currently working on 0 budget, which has made this very difficult to pull off.

    About The Project

    The project i am working is titled 'Coming To Terms' and is about an atheist teenage boy who dies, when he dies he goes to 'Limbo' and there he meets Satan himself. Whilst there he has a conversation with Satan about why he doesn't deserve to go to hell. even though he never believed in God whilst alive. I am a christian and this story is very meaningful for me. I have alot of friends about the age of the character who do not believe in God and although i respect their decision, i want to make them question what would happen when the die. This is a thought provoking film that hopefully will let them see that god is the right way to go.

    any contributions to helping me make this film would be widely appreciated and thanked greatly. Mainly the money will go to helping me get lighting equipment to boost the production quality of this film and paying for such items such as the space to film, the actors wage, and any expenses made out whilst the filming is being taken place.

    This is my first film, although not my first filming experience and i would really appreciate all the help to get started as i can.

    :)

    What I Need & What You Get

    I am asking for 0 or £310.00(roughly) to get this project off the ground.

    £200 of this will be going to getting the space to film, we need a wide open pain with no buildings around it, these are rare to come by around London.

    The £70 will go into paying the actors/film crew for their time and effort

    The other £40 will go into publishing and promoting this film online. I want as many people to see this film and take in its message as possible.

    Now to what YOU get for your generous help!

    Every contribution no matter how big or small will receive a special thanks in the credits of the short film. I will try my hardest to personally thank everyone aswell.

    Contributions over £50 will receive a special producer credit in the film and a hard copy if wanted of the film on DVD format.

    If i do not reach my entire goal, not to worry, money is flexible to stretch and balance depending on how much help I receive!.

    The Impact

    This film could potentially impact ALOT of people if its pulled off how i hope it will be. The film aims to make people question their religious views and see that if they do not believe. they are not safe.

    I WANT TO MAKE CLEAR I AM NOT FORCING MY VIEWS UPON ANYONE

    This story dosnt mention Christianity or any religion. It simply promotes a forgiving god. i do not wish to feel like I'm shoving my views down anyones throats.

    Other Ways You Can Help

    If you cannot personally donate, i thank you anyway for taking the time to read this campaign. If you could forward this to anyone and everyone who you think may be interested in helping me, please do!

    I cannot put in words how much any help would be gratefully accepted.

    Thank you again.

    Here is the link where you can safely donate to the cause and read the films script if you so wish.

    http://www.indiegogo.com/ComingToTerms?a=1251713

    • ANSWER:
      Sorry but I'm no expert of such things as movie/film making, maybe you can join some professional group such as forum or things like that.
      Good luck.

  41. QUESTION:
    steps to creating an short film? please help!?
    im making a movie with some friends, mainly for fun because were bored this summer. were taking it pretty seriously though, we wanna make it look good! are we on the right path to making it good, staying organized and all?

    we have our plot
    we made our roles
    looked for materials
    were trying to plan our budget
    weve found locations for shooting
    we also know how to edit our shots and do effects

    are we missing anything? any tips on how to keep a low budget movie with fair quality? any help at all would be great :)

    • ANSWER:
      Organization is one key. You seem to be on the right track. If you want it to look good, make sure to do a little research on filmmaking in general - cinematography, lighting, and so forth. Read a few books or look up filmmaking tips online. Framing a scene correctly can do wonders for capturing a great looking film.

      Sound is also something you must take into consideration, an aspect many new/indie filmmakers overlook. Bad audio can ruin a great film. I'd recommend either having an experience sound person or making sure you have good audio during filming - make sure your locations aren't near busy streets, using a windsock on your boom mike to help muffle wind noise, using a boom mike instead of the in-camera mike if at all possible, use lavs (small microphones that are attached to the clothes of the actors) when possible, ect.

      For keeping it low budget but good quality, the key is getting everything you can for as little as you can. Don't be afraid to barter, ask for discounts, ask for donations, call in favors, and so on. Sometimes a local business might donate a little something for publicity or just to be nice. Maybe a local pizza place will give you free or discounted pizzas for a crew meal, or a local clothing store will give you a few shirts or wardrobe pieces. Ask anyone you think would help, and even the ones who you don't think will. What's the worst that can happen, they say "no"? If they say no, thank them politely for their time and move on. Let the "no"s roll off your back and you'll get those coveted yes'.

      Most of all, have fun. Shooting with friends can be tough sometimes as some might treat it like just another afternoon game. It can be difficult sometimes if your friends aren't into it. Be as professional as you can, of course, but enjoy it. It'll show in your film if your heart, as well as your actors and crew, are into it.

  42. QUESTION:
    how to attract budget online?
    i need to do short film,it cost too much anybody can

    tel how to get the budget i mean subscribe by online is it possible through

    online pls suggest

    • ANSWER:
      if you have a great idea and some experience that show you will get the work done you can upload your project to kickstarter to get financing for your movie

      all the best

  43. QUESTION:
    how to be a successful film director by the time im 25?
    im 16

    • ANSWER:
      - Be related to someone in the industry who can help you.

      - Make a controversial low budget short film or feature and put it online or get it into a festival where it will be seen and talked about.

      - Study the career trajectories of other people who achieved notoriety and success at a young age as filmmakers.

      - Get into a program where you can get mentoring or funding for your work, or go to one of the film schools that are known for being networking hives (NYU, USC, UCLA)

  44. QUESTION:
    Best equipment for short film?
    I'm in the process of beginning to write, shoot, and edit a short film for a local student film festival. Because it is a student film festival, obviously no one's submissions will be high tech, but all I have at the moment is a short tripod, iMovie, and a JVC Everio camera.

    I've read that lighting and sound are often overlooked by first-time directors, so for as little money as possible, what equipment would I absolutely need to make the sound and lighting worth watching in my film? Really, it'd be great if someone could tell me about any basic equipment that I'd really need for this to make it look good.

    Thanks :)

    P.S. If some of this stuff isn't too expensive then I'll probably just buy it (I would like to buy a camera lens attachment, for instance), but other stuff I'd probably rent if possible. I live in Rockland County, NY, could anyone tell me if there are places that do this nearby? My online searches didn't come up with much.

    • ANSWER:
      Your current equipment will be great for shooting the film. You do not need a bunch of fancy stuff. You can make a very respectable film on a low budget these days.

      These students are doing it on the cheep.

      http://www.sfett.com

      you can find tons of information through that site.

      When I shot my first movie we had one camera one boom mic and some small lights. You can even use clamp lights like you get from home depot or lowes. You might want to see if you can find some red, yellow and blue gels. If you dont know what that is, they are basically colored plastic sheets. You hang them in front of your lights and it gives you a blue light, basically. Then you would have one or two blue and one or two regular or open. This will give you cool lighting effects for cheap. Dramatic is cool, just use what you have and make sure it shows up good on camera.

      Sound
      Sound is more important than lighting, in this case. No one will watch a movie if the sound sucks. So get some kind of mic. I would suggest a boom. You can capture tons of good sound with just one boom mic. This might cost you a few hundred dollars but it will be worth it. If you end up not catching a certain line or sound, dont freak you can always capture the line afterward and put it in. But you will want to make sure to capture the ambiance sound from each location this will be background noise. If you get that you can always fade in lines.

      Oh yeah call B&H photo and video and tell them what you are doing and your budget and they will hook you up. They are in NY but its in the City. They are really great with returns so if something stinks just return it.

      You can find them by doing a google or I have links to them on my website

      http://www.TysonJamesPhotography.com

      Good luck!

  45. QUESTION:
    short stories or scrips for a film?
    hey, im 17 now, i plan to go to film school which ive looked into etc
    i was wondering about scrips, just small ones nothing outstanding just something solid that i can turn into a simple creative short film. I've heard using small scrips from online is illegal even if i am just doing making the film to show universities my film making/directing skills with no money gained what so ever.This is pretty lame if it is true, however if it is is their any sites where i can read a script and purchase it for a small amount of money, not a lot of course just a real small amount, under £10 or etc. It's just i would really like to start practicing making writing into film and this would be a great way to do it. Simple story lines, short, solid and not too difficult for a low budget director to make. Thanks a lot links to sites on where I could get scripts or even read them would be great, also if anyone has an email that they themselves would be willing to send me a script it would be brilliant experience to talk to a script writer, thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      hi i am an aspiring screenwriter. personally if you want to go into film i think you need to learn how to write your own screenplays or make up your own stories. usually screenplays that are sold online are longer and from writers who would like to think their screenplays are worth more than 20 bucks. i would be happy to write you a simple screenplay for free. email me if you want to get more details.

  46. QUESTION:
    WHAT IS A GOOD VIDEO CAMERA?!?
    I'm looking to upgrade my camera as I am getting more and more advanced with film making. I make short films and things on YouTube and yes I am getting payed for them. Right now I'm using aJ VC Everio GZ-EX210 it's a great camera, but I really want to get more professional looking videos created...I need a camera with amazing picture quality, good sound quality, works well in dark places, etc.

    I have a budget of about 600-700 bucks. I make all different types of videos examples would be action videos, comedies, horror movies, etc.

    Any ideas on what a good camera would be for me?

    • ANSWER:
      hmmm, You can try the "Sony HDR cx 580v camcorder!! it is 800 bucks directly from the sony store, But you could Find a Cheaper deal from Amazon or B + H photo and video online. It shoots video in 24p/60p HD , It has A built on Real f**king bright light (essential for lowlight, horror films etc) , It has A 5.1 HD surround sound mic, It has cinema tone presets ( 24 frames a sec mode, Cinema tone mode), it has a headphone and mic jack, A multi interface Shoe, to put on extra accesories, like Cam lights, mics. It has built in 32 gb flash memory. It is 20.1 mega pixels. It is A Awesome camcorder, I use it everyday, and also make short films! whats your youtube channel? ill tell you mine :) hahah , i havent uploaded any footage, or short films from this camcorder yet though. Im still shooting a Film with my friends hahah

  47. QUESTION:
    What is the best laptop out right now?
    Hi, I currently have an HP Pavilion laptop and I have had it since the summer of '07. It is now becoming unreliable and non-responsive. I've had to install Windows 7 three times and it continues to find a way to malfunction. So I'm looking for a new laptop and was wondering what's out there. I love playing music and movies on my laptop so something that is made for that would be preferred. Also I wish to make video/short films on my laptop as well. I have some video editing software but my computer ran too slow to use it and would just become non-responsive so a laptop that is faster and has a better processor would be much preferred. I'm interested in getting a Mac but there are WAY too expensive as my budget for the most part is 0 more or less. If I found an incredible laptop I could maybe go to 00 but I would much rather prefer to stay at or below 0. So what laptops do you all recommend? Where should I go online if you suggest purchasing online? Also I want a laptop with at least a 15" screen, great to acceptable memory, and a processor that won't drive me crazy. I also want to stray away from HP as I am traumatized from my current HP experience but if there is a really good HP laptop out there let me know please. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      Ok. Please don't buy a Mac. You are correct, they are way too expensive. I really think you should consider this deal. This computer will run you 0 after tax and has very good specs. It's not the best, it's been out for a year, but it has very good reviews.

      Lenovo Ideapad Y570
      Intel Core i7 processor <-- the better processor you wanted
      15.6'' screen <-- the screen size you wanted
      8gb of RAM <-- more memory than you will ever need
      500gb Hard Drive
      Nvidia Geforce gt 555m dedicated graphics card
      Bluetooth 2.1
      2 usb 3.0 ports

      The list goes on:

      http://shop.lenovo.com/SEUILibrary/controller/e/web/LenovoPortal/en_US/catalog.workflow:item.detail?GroupID=457&Code=08626JU&category-id=F41BC8E1656C5F85171FBDB172571912

      Lenovo prices it at 00 (I doubt it's really worth that much...whatever) but they almost always have a coupon to reduce the price to 0. Right now, it's down to that with the coupon code DOORBUSTER0607

      Unlike the Mac, this computer is kinda ugly imo, but it's right at your budget and you won't find a better deal for the specs on it. If you go to the site and this deal's gone, wait a few days, they always drop it back down to 0. I hope you find the computer you've been looking for! Good luck!

  48. QUESTION:
    what mac is right for me?
    so my old mac sadly after years an years of service has finally run it's course an soon will be replaced by a new mac! my budget is under 2,000 dollars i'm looking for a desk top. now i'm not really all that computer skilled so i don't know what alot of storage space is i just know i need alot.
    my biggest uses are
    imovie- at first it was mostly joking around with the built in camera but lately i've been actually using a camera an making short films and once i get a new mac i plan to do this wayyyyy more
    garge band - i love just playing around and recording songs i wrote.
    downloading - music off not so legal sites and itune, and movies etc
    watching movies- legally non legal
    randome research for fun today i read about frogs! this does not have to do with school at all lol
    internet- youtube myspace facebook, gaia online, neopets
    some games, the sims possibley wow
    but game graffics arent that important to me i just want space.;
    and i keep a coputer jurnal

    i already have a pc. for school stuff

    so find me a mac

    • ANSWER:

  49. QUESTION:
    I am looking for a good external microphone to buy online.. Either a boom mic or a shotgun mic..?
    So I need an external microphone for my Canon HD VIXIA HF R100 video camera, the built in mic isnt very good, so I was thinking about getting a boom mic or a shotgun mic. Multi directional? The mic jack is a stand 1/8 audio input so any microphone that can plug into this would be great... I am filming comedy sketches and short films with this mic so I need something pretty decent. Please help with suggestions! I am going to order online so its cheaper..

    • ANSWER:
      A boom mic is usually a shotgun mic mounted on a boom... though it is possible to mount other types of mics on a boom.

      The Camcorder uses two mics to provide stereo audio. Most shotgun mics are mono and not stereo. Generally, when you plug a mono mic into a stereo jack (like your R100's), only one of the audio channels (right, I think) will record audio. This can be fixed when you edit - with either your video editor or an audio editor like Audacity.

      Budget? Audio Technica makes decent low-end mics... So does RODE and NRG Research. All will be less than 0. A good shotgun mic from Sennheiser or Audio Technica can be many thousands of $.

  50. QUESTION:
    How can I build a wooden shed that looks old?
    I want to build a shed to use in a short film. It doesn't have to actually function as a shed, just look like one. But it needs to look old. And wouldn't you know it....I have a limited budget. I don't mind dipping into my pockets, but anything more than a couple hundred dollars for this shed would be too much. Would love to do it for less.

    I've tried finding an actual shed, but I can't find one that fits what I'm picturing in my mind.

    What's an easy, affordable way to build something that can resemble a shed, and to make it look old? Here's the closest image online I could find that's along the same lines http://www.docburkhardt.com/images/old_shed1.jpg although I'm thinking much smaller...standing room for two people and some tools, and I can get away with only building two walls and the door, since that's all that will show on camera.

    All the information on building sheds is about fixing them up or building them so they look nice. I can't find information on building one to look like it's on it's last legs.

    • ANSWER:
      what you are looking for is used wood. mostly old pine from farms ect, check your local craigs list and search for weathered wood or used wood siding


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Movie Releases 2012 Wiki

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What would i type in to find a list of movies being made from now to 2012 on Wikipedia?
    i found this one page with all, okay, most, of the movies that are going to be released from now until dec. 2012, and now i can't find it.

    • ANSWER:
      imdb has alot more crap on it though
      Go to this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_in_film and then click on the years in the box on the right to go up and dow in years

  2. QUESTION:
    What are the most recent batman movies in order?
    What are the most recent batman movies in order, starting with the Batman Begins? I know there are also others like the dark knight rises, but how many are there all together?

    • ANSWER:
      Theatrical films

      Batman (1966) (Adam West film based of the original tv series)
      -reboot-
      Batman (1989) (Tim Burton)
      Batman Returns (1992) (Tim Burton)
      Batman Forever (1995) (Joel Schumacher)
      Batman and Robin (1997) (Joel Schumacher)
      -reboot-
      Batman Begins (2005) (Christopher Nolan)
      The Dark Knight (2008) (Christopher Nolan)
      The Dark Knight Rises (2012) (Christopher Nolan)
      -reboot-
      The Justice League (2015) (nothing is know about this film as of yet, only that WB plans to release it in 2015. Batman expected to return, however, it is unclear whether this will tie into Nolan's Batman film)

      Animated films

      Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) (theatrically released)
      Batman and Mr. Freeze: Subzero (1998)
      Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (2000)
      Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman (2003)
      Justice League: The New Frontier (2008)
      Batman: Gotham Knight (2008) (based on Nolans trilogy)
      Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009)
      Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010)
      Batman: Under the Red Hood (2010)
      Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010)
      Batman: Year One (2011)
      Justice League: Doom (2012)
      Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1 (2012)
      Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 (2013)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman_in_film

      http://screenrant.com/top-10-animated-superhero-movies/

  3. QUESTION:
    Does Disney have a schedule for when they release movies from the vault?
    Is there a set amount of years/time from when they lock it up that they re-release it?
    I'm specifically looking for when The Lion King and The Lady and the Tramp come out again.

    • ANSWER:
      Wikipedia says they used to do it every 7 years, but now does it every 10 years on some movies. The second linc is to a list showing the dates movies are coming out. This really sucks. With a ten year window, some kids are going to "miss" some movies. Somebody needs to slap Disney up side the head for this!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney_Vault

      http://www.ultimatedisney.com/OOP.htm

      EDIT: according to the website, The Lion King was discontinued in 2005 so presumably it will be rereleased in 2012 at the earliest. according to the website, The Lady and the Tramp was just discontinued in 2007 (I managed to pick that one up before they did it.). So it won't be out until 2014 at the earliest. The site didn't give dates for either so it isn't anytime in the near future.

  4. QUESTION:
    Whats the Order to play the Prof Layton games in?
    I want to start playing the Professor Layton games but I'm not sure what order to play them in,do I play them in the order they came out? Or the chronological order that's on the wiki?

    Thanks for your help.

    • ANSWER:
      Play them in the order they were released. That would be :
      Professor Layton and the Curious Village
      Professor Layton and the Diabolical/Pandora's Box
      Professor Layton and the Unwound/Lost Future
      Professor Layton and the Last Specter/Specter's Flute
      Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle (Only in Japan at the moment, will probably come to a place near you around March 2012.)

      There is also a movie called Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva, which takes place after Last Specter. There's a spoiler for who the villain is in Last Specter, but I watched the movie first and that didn't really change anything for me. There's also Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney for 3DS which wasn't released anywhere yet.

      If you really want to play it according to the timeline, which is sort of impossible seeing that the 3rd (The 6th) game for the 2nd trilogy wasn't released yet, then see here :
      Professor Layton and the Last Specter
      Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracle
      Professor Layton and the ??? (6th game unknown)
      Professor Layton and the Curious Village
      Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box
      Professor Layton and the Unwound Future

      The first trilogy takes place three years after the second trilogy, the professor being 37 in the first and 34 in the second, and Luke being around 13 in the first, and then 10 in the second.

      I played the games in a rather unusual order, being Curious Village, Unwound Future, Last Specter, and then Diabolical Box. Professor Layton and the Unwound Future is my favorite one so far, and in my opinion, is also the saddest.

  5. QUESTION:
    When will the next trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man be released?
    I keep hearing it might be around Christmas, and I just saw they released a new poster. Since it comes out in July can you estimate when a new trailer might come out? The Dark Knight's trailer came out in December 07 when it was released in July 08, so do you think it's reasonable that they would release an actual movie trailer this month?

    • ANSWER:
      I'd estimate around Boxing Day, that period of time. They usually amp up the promotional material 6-ish months before the release.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Amazing_Spider-Man_(2012_film)#Marketing

      I couldnt find any other extra info. I just hope they don't stuff up the movie

  6. QUESTION:
    Why Italy is the first country in the world to see Breaking Dawn?
    I read on a site that in Italy the film comes out November 16, 2011, why?

    • ANSWER:
      you sure you weren't looking at the release date for part 2? cause that comes out on november 16th, 2012

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Twilight_Saga:_Breaking_Dawn

      here;s a list of release dates:

      http://www.breakingdawnmovie.org/category/breaking-dawn-release-date/

      the date they get them movie just varies depending on what day movies are normally released into theaters in that country I believe

  7. QUESTION:
    Are there any good fansites for Code Geass?
    Regularly updated. And are there any websites which have a comprehensive translation of the works that were only released in Japan? Such as Red Tracks and Oz the Reflection?

    • ANSWER:

      http://www.geass.jp/

      http://codegeass.us/

      http://www.anime-evo.net/2012/01/12/code-geass-movie-ova-announced-trailer-for-season-3/

      http://codegeass.wikia.com/wiki/Code_Geass_Wiki

  8. QUESTION:
    Why is there going to be a new Spiderman/Peter Parker actor in Spiderman 4?
    In 2012 the new spiderman movie is coming. Spiderman 4. But this time Peter Parker and Spiderman is acted by Andrew Garfield.
    Why is Tobey Maguire (the actor of Peter Parker / Spiderman in the first 3 movies) getting replaced by this guy? I've been searching around, but I can't find a given reason for this.

    I hope someone here can tell me

    • ANSWER:
      Originally, they planned to make a Spiderman 4 movie, the continuation of the story of the previous film. But it had been cancelled due to Sam Raimi's (director) withdrawal from the project. Raimi reportedly ended his participation due to his doubt that he could meet the planned May 6, 2011 release date while at the same time upholding the film creatively.

      Sony announced that the franchise will in turn be rebooted with new director Marc Webb and a new cast which includes Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy and Rhys Ifans as Dr. Curt Connors. The reboot's intention is to have Peter Parker back to developing his abilities in high school. The new movie will be entitled "The Amazing Spiderman" and it is scheduled to be released in 3-D on July 3, 2012.

      Check out these links for more info.

      Wikipedia:
      ---- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spider-Man_in_film#Cancellation_of_Spider-Man_4
      ---- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Amazing_Spider-Man_(2012_film)

      Facebook:
      ---- http://www.facebook.com/theamazingspiderman

  9. QUESTION:
    Is Tinkerbell and the Winter Games and Tinkerbell and the Secret of the wings 2 different Movies?

    • ANSWER:
      it's the same movie..

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_of_the_Wings

      "The film's working title was A Winter Story before being changed to Tinker Bell and the Mysterious Winter Woods. Shortly after the first publicity materials about it were released in the Fall of 2011, the name was changed to its current title. The film is currently being produced using Digital 3D modeling and will be released in the Fall of 2012."

  10. QUESTION:
    All comedy movies that came out IN USA THEATERS from the 90's until now?
    A link or something to all comedies that have come out IN THEATERS IN THE USA from the 90's until now.

    • ANSWER:
      You can try using http://www.imdb.com/
      with the search at the bottom, but it would show by other characteristics.
      Advanced Title Search
      gets you Feature Film (assuming documentaries are not comedy ever)
      Release date
      Genre Comedy includes comedy or where comedy is in the theme such as action comedy
      Since there is a US Box office included, can try 1 to 99999999999
      Decide about foreign films included or not that got to theaters
      and foreign language inclusion or English only
      with the Production status list, and whether to include short films
      And can do Compact at 100 per page
      Excluding shorts, THIS IS YOUR ANSWER, unless you want different criteria:

      http://www.imdb.com/search/title?boxoffice_gross_us=1,9999999999&genres=comedy&production_status=released&release_date=1990,2012&runtime=70,600&sort=release_date_us,asc&title_type=feature&view=simple

      2,916 titles.
      Including such films as:
      Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
      155 min - Adventure | Comedy | Drama - 15 July 2011 (India)
      But does not show the US release.
      It did release in the US July 15-17, 2011 at 100 theaters.

      http://boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=zindagi.htm

      The output can be copied and pasted 100 at a time.
      The wiki says: This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.
      You can choose how to search in IMDB if you want a shorter list.
      Such as only "good" films, of user rating 5 or higher in English, earning at least 0,000 at the box office. 1,736 titles

  11. QUESTION:
    How do the film age ratings in America work?
    Was just a bit curious

    • ANSWER:
      Prior to 1968, some large cities and states had public rating boards which determined whether films were suitable for display to the public in theatres. The United States Supreme Court in the case of Freedman v. Maryland 380 U.S. 51 (1965) effectively ended government operated rating boards when it decided that a rating board could only approve a film; it had no power to ban a film. A rating board must either approve a film within a reasonable time, or it would have to go to court to stop a film from being shown in theatres. Other court cases decided that since television stations are federally licensed, local rating boards have no jurisdiction over films shown on television. When the movie industry set up its own rating system, most state and local boards ceased operating.

      Ratings
      See also: TV Parental Guidelines, Entertainment Software Rating Board, and Film Advisory Board
      In the United States, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), through the Classification and Rating Administration (CARA), issues ratings for movies. The system was instituted in November 1968 and is voluntary; however, most movie theater chains will not show unrated domestic films and most major studios have agreed to submit all titles for rating prior to theatrical release. Most films will have the MPAA insignia at the end of the closing credits. Earlier films that had full opening credits such as The Poseidon Adventure would bear the insignia in the opening.

      The ratings (as of 2012) are:

      AC - Adult content
      AL - Adult Language
      G – General Audiences – All Ages Admitted. There is no content that would be objectionable to most parents. These films may contain mildly rude language (i.e., a character saying "Shut up!") but no swearing. As with violence it must be mild and minimal, if any, without any blood or gore. This is one of only two ratings dating back to 1968 that still exists today.
      N - Nudity
      PG – Parental Guidance Suggested – Some Material May Not Be Suitable For Children. These films are generally inappropriate for young children and may contain milder swear words, crude or suggestive humor, short and infrequent horror moments and/or mild violence. Usually no drug use is acceptable in this category, except for tobacco smoking (though this is being phased out due to anti-smoking protests that target television shows and films for condoning and glamorizing smoking). Topless men may be present but topless women are not usually acceptable unless in an educational or scientific context or if the nudity is only shown briefly. A few racial insults may also be heard. Before the creation of PG-13, many "PG" films (e.g. Jaws and Watership Down) included explicit bloody violence. Content such as this helped lead to the creation of the "PG-13" rating.

      More here ... http://www.ask.com/wiki/Motion_picture_rating_system#United_States

  12. QUESTION:
    Is the world really ending december 21 2012?
    Everywhere i go i hear about this and the more i hear about it the more it scares me. Please tell me tgis is a hoax! Would there be any signs?

    • ANSWER:
      No evidence for it at all.

      There are a few hoaxes going the rounds, particularly the one about three days of darkness - that is just a complete hoax where surely the author of the email didn't believe it either.

      Others though are by people who do honestly believe what they say - but on the basis of absolutely no evidence at all, just believing stories that were made up by others with little or no understanding of astronomy or science.

      The so called astronomy doesn't make any sense to an astronomer. All that astronomers predict is a winter solstice. These happen every year, the shortest period of daylight of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. There is a rough alignment of the Sun with the center of the galaxy - this happens every year as well. There are no other alignments predicted, no strange planets, no reason to expect a solar flare particularly - no evidence for any of the other things that people say.

      The Mayans were quite good at astronomy for a civilization without telescopes using only naked eye observations - but no better than other astronomers of their time - and are no match in astronomical predictions for our modern telescopes, computers and so on.

      For that matter they didn't even predict any astronomical events either, apart obviously for the winter solstice. The consensus amongst most Mayan scholars is that it would be a time of celebration for them. Also they refer to dates way into our future - not the sort of thing you would do if you thought the world would end.

      For that matter the Mayan calender only makes sense if you believe that the start date of the calender is significant. The start date of their calender is the date that they believed that the Mayan gods created the world. If you don't believe that, then no reason to pay any attention to this particular anniversary of the creation of the world either.

      Most of this dates back to the 2012 movie (released in 2009) which is about as believable as an Indian Jones movie. Many people sadly took it seriously rather than just entertainment, and got really worried by this movie.

      Here is a nice quote from Dara O-Brien (a UK comedian with a degree in science and an entertainingly pithy way of saying things) about the neutrino mutating part of the story in the movie, which is the key "science" explaining the catastrophe in the actual movie itself:

      "
      The concept being that "entire cities tilt and fall into lava" while the only explanation on offer is the single line "the neutrinos have mutated". The science of this, Ó Briain points out, being equivalent to saying that "the electrons are angry" or "the light from the sun has gone off."

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_(film)#Critical_response

      "

  13. QUESTION:
    Is the world going to end on 21st Decemeber 2012?
    It is really scaring me this whole the world is going to end thing!

    • ANSWER:
      No, there is not a shred of evidence for any of the things people say, no truth at all. It is all just stories, and shows how easily human beings can fall for impressive sounding stories.

      The Mayans didn't make any astronomical predictions for this date, also they have dates in their calender way in our future so couldn't have thought of it as the end of the world either.

      The so-called astronomy makes no sense to an astronomer. For instance, yes there is an alignment of the sun with the centre of the galaxy - approximately - but it happens every year at this time. The sun isn't passing through the galactic plane right now - it did that 3 million years ago and is due to do it next about 30 or 40 million years from now.

      There are no planetary alignments at all. There is absolutely no evidence of a mysterious extra planet invading our solar system and any of the hundreds of thousands of amateur astronomers would have easily spotted something like that just by the way it would change the orbits of other planets.

      Amateur astronomers are out on every clear starry night around the world, with powerful telescopes - with CCD imaging they are highly sensitive some of them - as powerful as many of the professional telescopes of a couple of decades or so ago. They would immediately notice if any of the planets shifted even slightly from their predicted positions.

      If there was a new planet, the effects would be noticed years ago most likely, certainly months ago and by now it would be a huge bright light in the sky, as bright as or brighter than the other planets, and the other planetary orbits would be shifted and the planets would no longer be where the astronomers expect them to be. That is simply not happening.

      The stories only work for readers with no or minimal background understanding of astronomy and science

      For that matter - why pay any attention to their calender anyway? It is only relevant if you believe in the start date of their calender - which is the date that the Mayans believe that their gods created the world, on 11th August 3114 BC.

      Most of this scare dates back to the 2012 movie (released in 2009) which is about as believable as an Indian Jones movie. The marketing department for that film created fictional sites and started a whole viral campaign about the end of the world in 2012. Presumably they didn't really expect it to be taken seriously (at least I hope so!) - a similar campaign was used to promote Independence Day. The website they created for the campaign, where you could apply for a lottery ticket supposedly for a chance to survive the apocalypse has been taken down now and just redirects to the movie publicity site, thank goodness.

      However sadly, their viral campaign was up for long enough to create panic, and many people took it very seriously rather than just entertainment, and got really worried by this movie, with some worried children writing to Nasa saying they were contemplating suicide. That's when Nasa realised how serious it was getting and put up their debunking website about it..

      Here is a nice quote from Dara O-Brien (a UK comedian with a degree in science and an entertainingly pithy way of saying things) about the neutrino mutating part of the story in the movie, which is the key "science" explaining the catastrophe in the actual movie itself:

      "
      The concept being that "entire cities tilt and fall into lava" while the only explanation on offer is the single line "the neutrinos have mutated". The science of this, Ó Briain points out, being equivalent to saying that "the electrons are angry" or "the light from the sun has gone off."

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_(film)

      There are other things that could potentially be disastrous, but the Mayans couldn't predict them any more than we can, and they are so low probability that it is highly likely that it will be several million years before they happen, though it is pretty sure that something or other civilization threatening will happen some time in the next few hundred million years or so, and let's hope that by then we are able to do something about it. Certainly a few billion years from now we would be in deep trouble if we - or rather whatever we or our relatives evolve into - are still around on the Earth as the oceans will boil as the sun gets hotter.

      So - there is something in it - astronomically - such things can happen. Just extremely unlikely to happen in the near future. There is enough of a possibility so that it is worth mapping all the NEOs (Near Earth Objects) to see if any are on course to impact Earth.

      But - this Dec 21 2012 - it is just a story, all made up stuff, not even a shred of evidence for any of it. Like the game of Telephone or Chinese Whispers, more and more details get added as it gets repeated.

      More about it in my longer answer here on quora:

      http://qr.ae/12e6o

  14. QUESTION:
    Rumours about a Charles Dickens movie this year?
    Are they going to make a Charles Dickens movie theis year?

    • ANSWER:
      a 2 part drama of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" just air in the UK (US dates are in april)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mystery_of_Edwin_Drood_(TV_miniseries)

      A film version of "Great Expectations" is set to start production this year starring Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham Carter.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Newell_(director)#Filmography

      And IMDB.com list a movie called Twist also to release in 2012 but no info is given on that.

  15. QUESTION:
    When is The Hobbit movie coming out does anybody know real date?
    i googled it and the was to much old details on the hobbit i got confused

    • ANSWER:
      Supposedly,

      The Hobbit: Part 1 (December 2011)
      The Hobbit: Part 2 (December 2012)

      "On late November 2009, Peter Jackson revealed that he anticipated that the script for The Hobbit would be finished by the beginning of 2010, delaying the start of production until the middle of that summer (several months later than previously anticipated). The announcement created doubts about whether the film would make its previously-announced released dates of December 2011 and December 2012. Jackson reiterated that no casting decisions have been made."

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hobbit_%282011_film%29

      So the 2011 and 2012 dates aren't concrete, they're more like a guess. No real date yet.

  16. QUESTION:
    What does the video and song mean to Chris brown : Don't judge me ?
    I love the song and video but what does the video and song mean from Chris brown : don't judge me ?? Is it about love or what

    • ANSWER:
      Lyrically, woman-beater Brown asks his lover to forgive him "for his past indiscretions" and "move on with the future." In the song, Brown encourages his lover that there is nothing going on between him and his ex-girlfriend as he sings, "You're hearing rumors about me / And you can't stomach the thought / Of someone touching my body / When you're so close to my heart / I won't deny what they saying / Because most of it is true / But it was all before I fell for you." He later declares "that he is a changed man who can now be trusted" as shown in the lines, "Take me as I am / Not who I was / I'll promise I'll be / The one that you can trust." During the chorus, Brown sings "So please don't judge me / and I won't judge you / because it could get ugly / before it gets beautiful." Mesfin Fekadu of the Associated Press noted that Brown "sings in his signature semi-high pitch", and critics speculated that the lyrics were about Brown's former relationships with Karrueche Tran and Barbadian recording artist Rihanna.

      The accompanying music video for "Don't Judge Me" was directed by Colin Tilley and Brown, and was filmed in August 2012. On August 29, 2012 Brown released an image from the shoot, showing himself seated on the floor of an abandoned room in an unbuttoned jacket. On September 11, 2012 Brown released a similar image, tweeting, "'Don't Judge Me' video coming soon!". The ego-massaging video premiered on Vimeo on September 27, 2012. It begins with Brown walking through the desert, while intercut scenes of himself sitting in front of a couch (with his girlfriend, played by Runa Lucienne, sleeping behind him) are shown. As the chorus begins for the first time, Brown is seen catching a ride from an army truck. He eventually arrives at an army base to prepare for a "suicide mission", which involves him riding a spacecraft into outer space to save the world from an alien ship invading Earth. A news reporter at the base (Brown's girlfriend) runs to him with the question, "People are saying this is a suicide mission, why are you doing this?" Brown replies, "I'm doing a service for my country and my planet. If that means saving the people I love and I care about, then that's what I'll do." As the spacecraft takes off, tears run down Brown's face before the spacecraft crashes into the alien ship, killing him. Brown and his girlfriend are then shown, hugging on the couch.

      JusMusic of Singersroom magazine praised the video, writing "This is definitely art at its finest!" A writer for Rap-Up described the video as "cinematic" and "emotional," while Billboard's Erika Ramirez called it an "emotional visual." Jasmine Grant of Juicy magazine noted that the video has a "futuristic soldier at war theme." Colin Greten of MTV's Rapfix agreed, writing that it "has a futuristic look and feel," and that fans would also cry as Brown "makes the ultimate sacrifice" to save the world. A reviewer on The Huffington Post compared Brown's character in the video to actor Bruce Willis in the 1998 film Armageddon, and wrote that "it's certainly memorable, and sure to send Chris Brown's fans – and huge army of critics – into a fresh flutter of support." Idolator's Sam Lansky wrote that "Brown is just as likable and subtle as ever in the video." He continued: "It's impressive to see that Breezy [...] continues to find opportunities to depict himself as a hero", when he makes headlines for the wrong reasons. A writer for Heat magazine stated that the video is "a mini disaster movie, complete with over-acting and melodramatic slow-motion shots."

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don%27t_Judge_Me

  17. QUESTION:
    When is Percy Jackson movie'The Sea of Monsters' scheduled to be released?

    There is going to be another one, Logan Lerman (Percy) has signed for the net 3 movies
    next**

    • ANSWER:
      I saw it on wikipedia a while ago and it said it was going to be released somewhere in 2012 but its not there anymore.Its probably still in production

      Segment from wiki:

      Sequal

      Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief was a moderate success for Fox 2000, making about 6 million worldwide on a million budget (though most of that money came from overseas). The film was always intended to kick off a tentpole franchise for Fox 2000, so it’s not really surprising to hear that the studio is adapting the second book in author Rick Riordan​’s five-volume series into a movie.

      The LA Times’ 24 Frames has an insider claiming that Percy Jackson​ and the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters​ is going into “active development,” and could even start shooting as soon as this summer.

      In Riordan’s second book, Percy must save “Camp Half-Blood,” the safe haven where demigods are protected from evil by magic barriers. Someone has poisoned the barriers, so it’s up to Percy and his friends to venture into “The Sea of Monsters” to find the mythical Golden Fleece to save the camp.

      The primary cast is expected to return for this next installment, with writing duo Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski handling the script.

      Director Chris Columbus is not expected to return to direct Sea of Monsters, but will reportedly produce the film alongside Breaking Dawn producer, Karen Rosenfelt.

      An open call for the role of Tyson is currently on ActorCast.

  18. QUESTION:
    Who do you think is the best Giant monster in all giant monster movies?
    I think it's either Godzilla or King Kong

    • ANSWER:
      there are so many ... some corny and some kinda cool

      Godzilla is my all time fave movie monster

      they are actually making another Godzilla movie set to be released in 2012 but since it will still be produced by an american production company, I have little hope for this movie

      here is a list of giant movie monsters if you care to take a look ... I've seen about 75% of the movies on that list

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_giant_monster_films

  19. QUESTION:
    Will the 2nd percy jackson, Sea of Monsters become a movie!?
    will the sequal to percy jackson and the olympians be turned into a movie? if so when?

    • ANSWER:
      It did well in the box office, I found this on Wiki

      The sequel to Percy Jackson had been given green light by Fox 2000 and is to start filming this summer for a 2012 release.

  20. QUESTION:
    Breaking News: The World will end in 2012: Astro Physicist Michio Kaku revealed?
    A super powerful Solar Storm will release from the sun that will hit the Earth and this is more devastating than what happened in 1859. Its a disaster.

    The Mayans Predictions is correct!

    • ANSWER:
      2012 is nothing but BULLSHIT and NONSENSE!

      Nothing will happen in 2012 that didn't happen in 2011 and won't happen in 2013. IT IS A SCAM… A HOAX… Bullshit used to sell books and movie ticket! NOTHING will happen in 2012 that won't happen in 2011 and 2013. Stupid, gullible people will believe anything... This is another Y2K and Bible Code.

      ❀ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ❀♥❀ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ❀♥❀ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ❀♥❀ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ❀♥❀ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ❀♥❀ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ❀♥❀Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ❀

      ~*~ NOT SOLICITATION ~*~ DOCUMENTATION & SOURCES ~*~

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Penn & Teller: The End Of The World:

      http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=9182939

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Penn & Teller: The Apocalypse
      Official Sho.com Video Preview: http://www.sho.com/site/video/brightcove/series/title.do?bcpid=14033851001&bclid=28919763001&bctid=28992656001

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ A Brief History of the Apocalypse
      2800 BC - today...

      http://www.abhota.info/end1.htm

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ World to End in 2012 (Check Back for Updates)

      http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/080508-bad-doomsday.html

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ World to End in 2012: A Hoax Gone Too Far?

      http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/090614-end-of-the-world-hoax.html

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ End of the World in 2012 (Cont.)

      http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/090615-earth-doomsday-2012.html

      The End Is Coming in '2012'?

      http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/2012-roland-emmerich.html

      Few people have destroyed the world more than Roland Emmerich. In his mega-hit "Independence Day," aliens laid waste to pretty much every metropolitan center on the planet, and in his eco-thriller "The Day After Tomorrow," much of the northern hemisphere finds itself buried under ice. In his third crack at presenting the apocalypse, this fall's "2012," Emmerich taps into the angst of thousands of astrologers, doomsday enthusiasts, and conspiracy theorists who fear that a massive cataclysm will strike the earth on December 21 of that year. Yet unlike previous dates tied to the Earth's expiration, this one has its roots in various sources throughout history including interpretations of the Mayan calendar, astrology, and the ancient Chinese fortune-telling text the "I-Ching."

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Nibiru and Doomsday 2012: Questions and Answers

      http://astrobiology.nasa.gov/ask-an-astrobiologist/intro/nibiru-and-doomsday-2012-questions-and-answers

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ The End is Nigh -- Again: Scientists Say 'No Way' to Solar Tidal Doom

      http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/solarsystem/planet_alignment_000309.html

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ The Planet X Saga: Introduction

      http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/misc/planetx/

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ 'Parowan Prophet' Predicts U.S. Will Be Nuked by Christmas

      http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/081215-parowan-prophet.html

      -> posted: 15 December 2008 08:46 am ET <-
      CHECK THE DATE...

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ 06/06/06: Another Date with Para-Science

      http://www.livescience.com/history/060525_numbers_game.html

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ The Psychology of 'Knowing'

      http://www.livescience.com/culture/090319-bad-movie-knowing.html

      Though the plot is fictional, this scenario has occurred many times in the real world. In 1997 Michael Drosnin published a best-selling book titled "The Bible Code," in which he claimed that the Bible contained a code (hidden in numbers and letters) accurately predicting past world events. Drosnin's work was later refuted, with critics demonstrating that the "meanings" he found were simply the result of selectively choosing data sets from a vast sea of random letters.

      Similar "hidden codes" were found in other books such as "Moby Dick" and "War and Peace," demonstrating that any sizeable text can produce such codes if you look long enough.

      In psychology, the tendency for the human mind to find coincidences, patterns, and connections in random data is called apophenia.

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Apophenia

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apophenia

      Apophenia is the experience of seeing patterns or connections in random or meaningless data. The term was coined in 1958 by Klaus Conrad,[1] who defined it as the "unmotivated seeing of connections" accompanied by a "specific experience of an abnormal meaningfulness".

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ Open-mindedness

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ The problem with anecdotes

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPqerbz8KDc&feature=channel_page

      Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ The Superstitious Pigeon

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f15PNrk94kg&feature=channel_page

      ~*~ NOT SOLICITATION ~*~ DOCUMENTATION ~*~

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  21. QUESTION:
    When does the movie automaton transfusion part 2 come out?

    • ANSWER:
      Automaton Transfusion 2 will be released in 2012....

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automaton_Transfusion

  22. QUESTION:
    When does Gambit come to America?
    When does the movie Gambit come to theaters in the USA? Specifically Pittsburgh, Pa?

    • ANSWER:
      It's already released last november 7 and november 21 on United Kingdom,source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gambit_(2012_film)

  23. QUESTION:
    Who is remaking the Buffy The Vampire Slayer?
    Ok.. So I need to know who will be in it or who is reamking it...

    • ANSWER:
      From Wikipedia:

      "On May 25, 2009, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Roy Lee and Doug Davison of Vertigo Entertainment were working with Fran Rubel Kuzui and Kaz Kuzui on a re-envisioning or relaunch of the Buffy movie for the big screen. The movie would not be a sequel or prequel to the existing movie or television franchise and Joss Whedon would have no involvement in the project. None of the cast or characters from the television series would be featured."

      http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/content_display/film/news/e3i666afabc28491e6a2f12dfb80c0f7098

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffy_the_Vampire_Slayer_(film)#Remake

      On IMDB, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is listed as "in development" and has a listed release year of 2012:

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1444302/

      No additional information is posted (including the producers, writers, or directors).

  24. QUESTION:
    Does the Mayan End-Time 2012 refer to our possibly entering the 5th dimension into eternity?
    The Myan End-Time refers to the release of a bursting, twisting, uncoiling serpent of light residing in the constellation Sagittarius, rising out of the Mouth of God, the buldge in core of the Milky Way, striking the earth on the Winter Solstice, Dec. 21st, 2012. The shifting of our 4th dimension space-time perceptions of reality, by capturing our conscienceness, literally. The Bibical "rapture" is the experience of expanding one's sense of self into reality: the 5th dimension. How does this strike you? Ever hear of this as it pertains to the Myans?

    • ANSWER:
      The "bulge in core of the Milky Way" is about 50,000 light years away. That means that whatever's coming had to leave a long, long time ago and, because of the way you describe it as a "serpent of light", already be visible. In fact, it would have been visible throughout our history.

      The other responder had it right when he pointed out that the winter solstice is no more special than any other day. In fact, any position of the Earth in its orbit, and any position of the Sun in its path as it orbits the center of the galaxy, is only relevant if human beings say it is. From the viewpoint of anything else in the universe, what we consider relevant means nothing at all.

      Also, the talk of 4th and 5th dimensions is not only beyond the ken of the Mayans - it's gibberish. We cannot enter a 5th dimension any more than we could enter a "length". One dimension does not make a place; it makes a direction. To transcend the existing 4 dimensions, we would have to enter ALL 5 or more, not one. In any case, if there is a 5th dimension to the universe, we are already in it, just as we are already in the 4 we know about.

      What's going on here is that someone who wants to make a lot of money selling books and making movies has stretched the Biblical "rapture" and the Mayan legend to fit each other. In this way various media claiming the two mythologies are equivalent can be sold to a gullible population.

      The Christians I know who believe in the "rapture" all attest that there is simply no way at all to know when that will happen. That rules out the Mayan prediction from their point of view.

      You might want to learn something about the real Mayan calendar and the significance of the date 2012. It turns out they thought of it as a time of re-birth, not an "end-time".

      Check this out and look at the section on "2012"

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_calendar

      Here's an excerpt:

      "According to the Maya, there will be a baktun ending in 2012, a significant event being the end of a 13th 400 year period, BUT NOT THE END OF THE WORLD."

      Note that they describe 4 and 5 WORLDS, not dimensions, and say that we are ALREADY living in the 5th world. Thus even if you believe their myth, we will not "enter the 5th dimension" because we are already there.

      Hmmmm. Sounds familiar, doesn't it?

      Big Al Mintaka

  25. QUESTION:
    What are possible confounds of Morgan Spurlock's experiment in "Supersize Me"?

    • ANSWER:
      Spurlock dined at McDonald's restaurants three times per day, eating every item on the chain's menu. Spurlock consumed an average of 20.92 megajoules or 5,000 kcal (the equivalent of 9.26 Big Macs) per day during the experiment.

      As a result, the then-32-year-old Spurlock gained 24½ lbs. (11.1 kg), a 13% body mass increase, a cholesterol level of 230, and experienced mood swings, sexual dysfunction, and fat accumulation in his liver. It took Spurlock fourteen months to lose the weight gained from his experiment using a vegan diet supervised by his future wife, who was a chef specializing in vegan dishes and gourmet.

      The reason for Spurlock's investigation was the increasing spread of obesity throughout U.S. society, which the Surgeon General has declared "epidemic," and the corresponding lawsuit brought against McDonald's on behalf of two overweight girls, who, it was alleged, became obese as a result of eating McDonald's food [Pelman v. McDonald's Corp., 237 F. Supp. 2d 512].[3] Spurlock points out that although the lawsuit against McDonald's failed (and subsequently many state legislatures have legislated against product liability actions against producers and distributors of "fast food"), much of the same criticism leveled against the tobacco companies applies to fast food franchises whose product is both physiologically addictive and physically harmful.[4][5]

      Findings
      An end text states that it took Spurlock 5 months to lose 20.1 pounds (9 kg) and another 9 months to lose the last 4.5 pounds (2 kg). His girlfriend Alexandra, now his wife, began supervising his recovery with her "detox diet," which became the basis for her book, The Great American Detox Diet.[9]
      The movie ends with a rhetorical question, "Who do you want to see go first, you or them?" This is accompanied by a cartoon tombstone, which reads "Ronald McDonald (1954-2012)", which originally appeared in The Economist in an article addressing the ethics of marketing to children.[10]
      A short epilogue was added to the film describing McDonald's discontinuation of the Super Size option six weeks after the movie's premiere, as well as its recent emphasis on healthier menu items such as salads, and the release of the new adult Happy Meal. However, the epilogue shows that the salads can contain even more calories than burgers, if the customer adds liberal amounts of cheese and dressing prior to consumption. McDonald's claimed that these changes had nothing to do with the film.
      Reaction
      Super Size Me first premiered at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, where Morgan Spurlock won the Grand Jury Prize for directing the film.[11] The film opened in the U.S. on May 7, 2004, and grossed a total of ,641,054 worldwide, making it the 12th highest-grossing documentary film of all time.[12] It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary but lost to the film Born into Brothels. Super Size Me received two thumbs up on At the Movies with Ebert and Roeper. The film overall received positive reviews from other critics, as well as movie-goers, and holds a 93% "Certified Fresh" rating on the film review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.
      Read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Size_Me

      I hope I've helped you,
      Angela!!!

  26. QUESTION:
    Question regarding the Hoverboard in Back to the Future 2 (movie)?
    in the Special edition of back to the Future 2 they talk in detail about the Hoverboard made by MATTEL, is the real Monty. It really does work, but when it 1st came out, a Parents Lobby Group banned it from going on sale. They deemed it to Dangerous for kids. But that was then, why carnt they release it now, after all, it is 2012, if People today in 2012 still think it's Dangerous. Then at least give it a Classification. You have to be over 18 years of age to Obtain it.

    • ANSWER:
      Being a huge fan of the Back to the Future film series, I have seen the interviews and such contained on the DVDs. It is plausible (Though unconfirmed) that there may have been a "Hoverboard" based toy, but nothing so fantastic as we see in the film. The amount of electromagnetic power needed to suspend a human rider (weather a child, or a young Michael J. Fox) would have to be far greater than something that size could support without being connected to a massive electrical power source. This technology is what they use for maglev trains ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_train ). There may well be an answer in the future, but when the film was created (and even today) nothing like this exists on the consumer market.

      On a lighter note, here's an ACTUAL replica of the film's Hoverboard actually hovering with the current technology we posses. It might be able to support a small animal, but not a child, and not without being placed on a special magnetic display stand. http://gizmodo.com/5549271/a-real-working-hoverboard-exists

  27. QUESTION:
    What was the Show "Dead like me" cancelled?
    and what happened the the cast?

    • ANSWER:
      Bryan Fuller, the creator of the show, left early in the first season due to conflicts with MGM Television, including disagreement over major script and storyline cuts considered important to the main theme.
      According to Fuller, Showtime canceled the show due to "a loss of quality and a sense the problems would continue."

      Showtime, however, claimed that the ratings were not high enough for a third season. Contradicting the executives statements that the show had ratings three times Showtime's primetime average.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_Like_Me#Ratings

      You can read his interview here:

      http://web.archive.org/web/20080213011501/http://www.mediavillage.com/jmentr/2005/06/06/jmer-06-06-05/

      Jasmine Guy (Roxy Harvey) has since performed in several Broadway shows, appearing as Crow in The Wiz, Mickey in Leader of the Pack, Betty Rizzo in Grease and as Velma Kelly in Chicago. On April 6, 2009, Playbill reported Guy would star in a True Colors Theatre Company production of Pearl Cleage's Blues for an Alabama Sky. Her latest TV role was Sheila Bennett in "The Vampire Diaries."

      Christine Willes (Delores Herbig ) is an acting teacher, and is one of the owners of the William Davis Centre for Actors Study in Vancouver, British Columbia, along with former Dead Like Me colleague Greg Kean. Her latest role was Lanie in the pilot of "The Good Wife."

      Mandy Patinkin (Rube Sofer) landed a role on "Criminal Minds' in 2005 as Jason Gideon, but quit before the third season because he loathed violence on Television. He has since guest-starred on TV shows such as, "Three Rivers." His most recent role to date is Jago Larofsky in "4.3.2.1."

      Callum Blue (Mason) plays Zod on "Smallville.", and is rumored to star in London Fog (2011).

      Ellen Muth (George Lass) has since starred in "Tofu the Vegan Zombie in Zombie Dearest" (2007), Jack N Jill (2008), and will play Natalie in the 2012 movie, "Rudyard Kipling's Mark of the Beast."

      Cynthia Stevenson (Joy Lass) co-starred opposite Bob Saget on the short-lived ABC sitcom, "Surviving Suburbia." She has also recently appeared as Shiri Appleby's mother on The CW series 'Life Unexpected.'

      Rebecca Gayheart (Betty Rhomer) has guest-starred on "Nip/Tuck," "Vanished", "CSI: Miami," "Ugly Betty," and "The Cleaner."

      Laura Harris (Daisy Adair) co-starred in the 2009 science fiction series "Defying Gravity" as Zoe Barnes.

      Britt McKillip (Reggie Lass) performs with her sister, Carly McKillip, in the country group, 'One More Girl.' Their debut album, Big Sky, was released on October 6, 2009, in Canada.

      Greg Kean (Clancy Lass) is an acting teacher and one of the owners of the William Davis Centre for Actors Study in Vancouver, British Columbia along with Dead Like Me colleague Christine Willes. He will star as Ed in the upcoming TV movie, "Bond of Silence."

  28. QUESTION:
    when will season 2 of legend of korra come out?
    i love the show n i dont know how much longer i can wait for it to be out again.
    any new news will be great.
    and does any one know if avatar the movie book 2 will be out. i keep reading this jan or dec or 2013

    • ANSWER:
      a release date for book 2 has not been confirmed yet, but the main rumor is April 2013 mostly because of this tweet: http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:A_True_Fire_Ferret/Tweet_saying_Book_Two_of_LoK_in_April%3F

      it's another season, not a movie. there has been no talk of a movie as of yet.

      this is the info we have so far about book 2 (including pics and links).

      http://avatar.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:A_True_Fire_Ferret/SDCC_2012_-_Released_News_on_Book_2

      (all the links are safe, i've opened them all)

  29. QUESTION:
    Are there any plans for another Monsters Inc movie?
    Seems like they left the ending open for another one...

    • ANSWER:
      I've heard there was going to be another one, but not for a few more years...I'm gonna go do some digging....

      ETA: November 16, 2012!!!!!!!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monsters,_Inc.

      ETA: Cars 2 is slated for release June 24, 2011!!!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cars_2

  30. QUESTION:
    When will the 6th fast and furious movie come out?

    • ANSWER:
      They started working on the script in April 2011, so I would guess no sooner then July 2012. It took between February 3, 2010 when Fast Five went into production until April 20, 2011 when the movie was released. Since it isn't in production yet, that is why I guess no earlier then July 2012.

      "In April 2011, it was confirmed that Fast Five scribe Chris Morgan had already begun work on a script for a potential sixth film at the behest of Universal Pictures."

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fast_Five

      Hope this helps!

  31. QUESTION:
    Is it now illegal to download files in Japan?

    • ANSWER:
      What do you mean with "download files" !?!?!?

      You have to download this web page and all associated media in order to view them in your browser.

      Downloading files can't be illegal because there are files you can legally view and download:

      1. Creators can choose to release files to the public domain or with a license that allows free sharing of the work (usually forbidding commercial distribution).

      2. Copyright doesn't last forever. In Japan, works published or created before 1953 are now in the public domain. For works released before and in 1970, copyright extends to 38 years after the author's death. Works published or created after 2004 enjoy a 70 years copyright protection.

      3. There are some exceptions. Read about them there: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_law_of_Japan#Exceptions

      What's illegal? Copyright infringement. Piracy. Illegal distribution of copyrighted works, including music, movies, animation, books and other things you don't own. That's illegal in Japan and elsewhere.

      Edit: The new law ( effective since October 1, 2012 ) says that Japanese internet users who ILLEGALLY download files face a 2-year prison sentence or a fine of up to 2 million yen (,700).

      This is not a change in what's illegal and what's not. It's a change in the penalties that illegal downloaders will face from now on. Before this law was passed, only illegal uploaders faced criminal penalties. Now illegal downloaders are also punished as criminals.

  32. QUESTION:
    Are they really rebooting the Spider-Man movie franchise?

    • ANSWER:
      Apparently so...

      Spider-Man 4 (cancelled)
      In 2007, Spider-Man 4 entered development, with Raimi attached to direct and Maguire, Dunst and other cast members set to reprise their roles. Both a fourth and a fifth movie were planned, and at one time the idea of shooting the two sequels concurrently was under consideration. However, Raimi stated in March 2009 that only the fourth film was currently in development and that if there were fifth and sixth films, the two films would actually be a continuation of each other.[29][30][31][32] James Vanderbilt was hired in October 2007 to pen the screenplay, after initial reports in early 2007 that Sony Pictures was in contact with David Koepp, who wrote the first Spider-Man film.[33][34] The script was subsequently rewritten by Pulitzer-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, and rewritten again by Gary Ross in October 2009.[35] Sony also engaged Vanderbilt to write scripts for Spider-Man 5 and Spider-Man 6.[34]

      In 2007, Raimi expressed interest in portraying the transformation of Dr. Curt Connors into his villainous alter-ego, the Lizard; the character's actor Dylan Baker and producer Grant Curtis have also been enthusiastic about the idea.[36][37][38] It was reported in December 2009 that John Malkovich was in negotiations to play Vulture, and that Anne Hathaway would play Felicia Hardy, though she would not have transformed into the Black Cat, as in the comics. Instead, Raimi's Felicia was expected to become a brand-new superpowered figure called the Vulturess.[39]

      Sony Pictures announced in January 2010 that plans for Spider-Man 4 had been cancelled due to Raimi's withdrawal from the project. Raimi reportedly ended his participation due to doubt that he could meet the planned May 2011 release date while upholding the film creatively.[40]

      [Future plans
      Spider-Man reboot (2012)
      Simultaneous with the cancellation of Spider-Man 4, Sony announced that the franchise would be rebooted with a new director and new cast. The reboot film is scheduled to be released in summer 2012 and will focus on Peter Parker developing his abilities in high school.[40] Sony also confirmed that James Vanderbilt will write the script for the new film and Marc Webb will direct the next Spider-Man film.[41] Entertainment Weekly called Vanderbilt's script "gritty, contemporary" and referenced Batman Begins, Christopher Nolan's reboot of the Batman film series, which also reinvented the tone of the series.[42] In February 2010, Sony announced the film will be released on July 3, 2012 in 3-D.[43] In April 2010, it was reported that long time rumored Logan Lerman had been cast for the role of Spider-Man/Peter Parker, but Sony quickly denied this claim.[44][45] Alvin Sargent has been hired to re-write the script.[46]

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiderman_film_series

      http://www.slashfilm.com/2010/01/19/marc-webb-to-direct-new-spider-man-trilogy/

      http://hollywoodinsider.ew.com/2010/01/11/spider-man-reboot/

      It seems to be a little too soon...good grief...

  33. QUESTION:
    Is there going to be a new batman movie?
    Just wondering because I just finished watching The Dark Knight lol

    • ANSWER:
      Which world do you live in.

      The Dark Knight Rises has two trailers (one teaser and another full length) and a six minutes prologue. : -

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqF8lcKTLw0 - Teaser

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yh6SriAjdE - Full length Trailer/Teaser 2

      Find the prologue yourself.

      It won the Award for the most Anticipated Movie of 2012. It will be released on July 20. : -

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Knight_Rises

      Here is the storyline of the movie (as far as I know) : - 8 years have passed from the events of Dark Knight. Harvey Dent continues to have his prestige still. Batman is feared by all because he took the killings done by Harvey Dent on his name (in Dark Knight's climax).

      Bruce Wayne's mansion is now completed (which was burned by Rhas Al Ghul in Batman Begins - if you've watched).

      Everything is coming in pace with the Gotham city just like Bruce Wayne and his father had dreamed) and peace is running, then suddenly a new barrier comes to tackle Batman and the Gotham city.

      This Terror's name is "Bane" (more deadly physically then psychological Joker and more stronger then Batman). Batman also faces another foe - Catwoman.

      There is a Buzz that Bane will Kill Batman in this movie.

      So now you know there is a Batman movie in July. Don't miss it.

  34. QUESTION:
    Is there going to be a 'The Hobbit' Movie?
    I am SO obsessed with Lord Of The Rings, and I would love to see another movie. I've heard rumors they are making 'The Hobbit' movie, is this true?

    • ANSWER:
      Yup. The films will be directed by Guillermo del Toro, with The Lord of the Rings film trilogy director Peter Jackson serving as executive producer and co-writer. Originally, the first film would have adapted The Hobbit and the second would have bridged the gap between this and The Lord of the Rings, but it is now the director's intention to split and extend The Hobbit over the two films to bring the story right up the beginning of The Lord of the Rings.

      The first one is being released in December of 2011 and the second in December of 2012.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hobbit_films

  35. QUESTION:
    what is the movie Dungeons and Dragons: The Book of Vile Darkness?

    • ANSWER:
      Dungeons & Dragons: The Book of Vile Darkness is the third film in the series based on the role-playing game series Dungeons & Dragons. Like the previous film, Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God, it was directed by Gerry Lively. Shot in Bulgaria in 2011, it was Direct-to-DVD released in the United Kingdom on August 9, 2012

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dungeons_%26_Dragons:_The_Book_of_Vile_Darkness

      Two thousand years ago, Nhagruul the Foul, a sorcerer who reveled in corrupting the innocent and the spread of despair, neared the end of his mortal days and was dismayed. Consumed by hatred for the living, Nhagruul sold his soul to the demon Lords of the abyss so that his malign spirit would survive. In an excruciating ritual, Nhagrulls skin was flayed into pages, his bones hammered into a cover, and his diseased blood became the ink to pen a book most vile. All those exposed to the book were driven to madness or so corrupted by the wicked knowledge contained within that they had no choice but to turn evil. Misery and bloodshed followed the disciples of Nhagruul as they spread their Masters dark dream. Creatures vile and depraved rose from every pit and unclean barrow to partake in the fever of destruction. The cities and kingdoms of Karkoth were consumed by this plague of evil until an order of warriors arose from the ashes. The Knights of the New Sun swore an oath to resurrect hope in the land. The purity of their hearts was so great that Pelor, the God of Light, gave the Knights powerful amulets with which to channel his power. Transcendent with divine might, the Knights of the New Sun pierced the shadow that had darkened the land for twelve hundred years and cast it asunder. But not all were awed by their glory. The disciples of Nhagruul disassembled the book and bribed three greedy souls to hide the pieces until they could be retrieved. The ink was discovered and destroyed but, despite years of searching, the cover and pages were never found. Peace ruled the land for centuries and the Knights got lost in the light of their own glory. As memory of the awful events faded so did the power of servants of Pelor. They unwittingly abandoned themselves in the incorrect belief that the Book of Vile Darkness could never again be made whole.

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1733125/synopsis

  36. QUESTION:
    What is your opinion on Shapelle Corby's early release?
    think only aussies will know what im talking about

    • ANSWER:
      I agree with this article(Guilty or not, Corby has paid the price).She was lucky that it did not happen in Malaysia.If somebody put drugs in your luggage, it is very hard to prove your innocence.I will never travel for this reason in some doubtful countries. It remembers me the movie Brokedown Palace (1999) an American film directed by Jonathan Kaplan, and starring Claire Danes and Kate Beckinsale. It deals with two American friends imprisoned in Thailand for drug smuggling.More ........ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brokedown_Palace ----- Schapelle Corby, like it or not, was caught, charged, tried in a court, and convicted pursuant to Indonesian law. Some question the fairness of the judicial process. Others believe that in Indonesian terms the sentence is not manifestly excessive, however that does not mean that it is not harsh for comparable crimes. More http://www.freeschapelle.net/ ----------------- Guilty or not, Corby has paid the price
      ROD CASE, EDITOR
      29 May, 2012 04:00 AM
      THE 60 Minutes interview with Schapelle Corby’s sister Mercedes on Sunday night made for interesting viewing.
      Schapelle Corby has been thrust back into the news in the past week as Indonesian authorities chose September 20, 2017 as the day she could leave Kerobokan prison.
      Even today debate continues about Corby’s guilt or whether the 20-year sentence handed down was appropriate.
      But anyone who watched the 60 Minutes interview on Sunday night would surely agree this Australian citizen has suffered long enough.
      The Schapelle Corby of today is a very different person to the young woman who entered Kerobokan prison all those years ago.
      There are those who subscribe to the theory her mental illness, breakdowns and irrational behaviour is nothing but an act designed to get her free. No one can act that well.
      Corby still protests her innocence and the 60 Minutes story hinted at evidence that could prove the theory baggage handlers set her up. The evidence has never been heard. Why is that?
      But even if she did break the law, her punishment has now far outweighed this crime.
      People have carried out far more serious crimes and not paid anywhere near the price of Corby.
      The latest news is that Corby’s lawyers will meet Australian government officials seeking support for her parole bid. Perhaps it’s time our government provided that support. http://www.bendigoadvertiser.com.au/news/opinion/editorial/general/guilty-or-not-corby-has-paid-the-price/2571765.aspx -----------
      Schapelle Leigh Corby (born 10 July 1977) is an Australian woman convicted of drug smuggling who is imprisoned in Indonesia.
      Corby is serving a 20-year sentence (from which she has received 21 and a half months' remission) for the importation of 4.2 kg (9.3 lb) of cannabis into Bali, Indonesia. She was convicted and sentenced in Bali on 27 May 2005 by the Denpasar (Indonesia) District Court and currently serves her sentence in Kerobokan Prison, Bali. On appeal, her conviction and sentence were confirmed with finality by the Indonesian Supreme Court. Corby petitioned the President of Indonesia for clemency on the grounds of mental illness, and in May 2012, the President granted a five-year sentence reduction.
      Corby has maintained from the time of her arrest that the drugs were planted in her body board bag and that she did not know about them. Her trial and conviction were a major focus of attention for the Australian media. Her due release date, with remissions, is currently 20 September 2017.More .............
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schapelle_Corby ---------- Images of Schapelle Corby https://www.google.ca/search?q=schapelle+corby&hl=en&prmd=imvnsulo&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=2MDDT6LUPMrt0gH-1OHHCg&sqi=2&ved=0CHcQsAQ&biw=893&bih=389 ------- The Barlow and Chambers execution refers to the hanging in 1986 by Malaysia of two Australian citizens, Kevin John Barlow and Brian Geoffrey Chambers of Perth, Western Australia, for the drug trafficking of 141.9 g of heroin.
      The two men became the first Westerners to be executed under Malaysia's new tougher laws for drug offences that prescribe death for anyone convicted of having over 50 grams of heroin.More..............

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barlow_and_Chambers_execution

  37. QUESTION:
    Will there be another Friday movie?
    Will their be a friday 4 from ice cube?

    If so can you give me a link or a description about it

    BQ: when will it be released if its in making?

    • ANSWER:
      There's are pretty good chance there will be another friday and it will be called "Last Friday" It supposedly comes out this year 2011 but might not come out until 2012. Here is Ice Cubes wikipedia, go down to filmography and look at the 2011 movies. Hope that answers your question. Here's the link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_Cube

  38. QUESTION:
    When will Disney release another AWESOME Pixar movie like Ratatouille, Toy Story and Finding Nemo?
    When when when?????!!!!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Well, Monsters Inc 2 will be coming out in 2012, so that's something to look forward to. I'm not much of a fan of Cars, but Cars 2 is coming out in June if you enjoyed the first one..

      There is also an interesting movie by Pixar coming out called Brave, but that wont be until 2012. Here is more info about it:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brave_(2012_film)

      Also, a new animated Winne The Pooh movie will be released this year by Disney also. If you liked spy kids, then watch out for spy kids 4 coming this year.

  39. QUESTION:
    Is there a website that tells you the release date of a movie on DVD?
    In the UK

    • ANSWER:
      here you go

      http://www.movieweb.com/dvd

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_in_home_video

  40. QUESTION:
    Berserk 2012 movie English release?
    I saw the dvd/blu ray on Amazon, it said it will be released in Sept. 27. And that it'll be in Japanese and English, but I could not find any of the English voice actor's names anywhere? will this release be i English? I hope so, I can't wait. And also the second part of the movie too, from what I know it was already released in June I think. I've already seen the first and, although it felt a little bit rushed, it was awesome. And they had to pack it all into the one movie.

    • ANSWER:
      The English voice cast features Marc Diraison as Guts, Kevin T. Collins as Griffith, and Carrie Keranen as Casca, all reprising their roles from the original anime.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berserk_%28manga%29#Film_series

  41. QUESTION:
    When will the movie "2012" be released on DVD?
    I really liked it, and I want to get it on DVD

    • ANSWER:
      March 2nd 2010
      (scheduled for DVD & Blu-ray release)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_%28film%29

      The movies "Doomsday: 2012" and "2012: Supernova" are both currently available for rental. But they are not the movie "2012 (2009)"

  42. QUESTION:
    Do you know any italian movies and italian songs?
    New italian movies and new italian songs

    • ANSWER:
      New and upcoming Italian film releases of 2012......
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      http://europeanmovies.org/italian-movies/latest-and-upcoming-movie-releases-from-italy/new-and-upcoming-italian-film-releases-of-2012/

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      http://www.italianfilmfestival.eu/2.html

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      http://www.imdb.com/list/fzPcnXorhYo/

      ~~~~~~~

      Latest Italian songs.............

      http://www.onlylyrics.com/gr_new.php?gid=14

      ~~~~~~~~~

      http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-italian-songs.php

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      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italy_in_the_Eurovision_Song_Contest_2012

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  43. QUESTION:
    vampire movie about abe lincoln?
    I was told they are making a movie called abe lincoln,vampire hunter and that there is even a book-has anyone heard of this? If true,hope it's a good one.

    • ANSWER:
      hi there,

      do you mean this : "Abraham Lincoln : Vampire Hunter"

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1611224/

      and yes, there is a book : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraham_Lincoln,_Vampire_Hunter

      movie release date seems to be 22 June 2012

      Mike Dennis.

  44. QUESTION:
    good horor movies to rent/buy?
    what are so good horror movies that i can buy or rent?
    i like the scary ones
    i prefer newer ones (2000-2012)
    I've seen ...
    the Halloweens'
    The shinning
    physco
    the happening
    Children of the Corn,
    trick r treat
    hillis have eyes
    saw:final chapter
    the rite
    the devil inside
    insidious
    IT
    chucky(s)
    the paranormal activity's
    (all those exorcism movies)
    and a few others...
    help me please....i'm in need of entertainment

    • ANSWER:
      All the horror movies released between 2000 to 2009 are listed at this link by clicking on each year on the page. Browse and enjoy.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_horror_films_of_the_2000s

      Horror movies for 2010 and 2011 are at this link.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_horror_films_of_the_2010s

      On the page, you'll see a link for 2011

  45. QUESTION:
    Are American movies the worst kind now?
    i mean, abraham lincoln the vampire hunter? is that seriously the best USA can come up with these days? some good films in the 80's but the stories now are embarrassing, patriotic, cheesy etc

    if it wasn't for British influence/stories like titanic, lord of the rings, harry potter, james bond etc (that make billions) i think hollywood would be pretty much dead in the water

    Indian Bollywood is becoming huge, as well as Japanese cinema, European etc films with a bit of creativity and depth

    • ANSWER:
      For every bad American movie, there's also a bad European and Indian film. This question is loaded and full of the kind of stupid ignorance that leads to more ignorance. Good writing and filming doesn't come from any single nation or influence. It comes from individuals who want to tell a good story, and good stories come from eclectic backgrounds.

      For example, The Titanic isn't influenced by the British. It's based on American history and was written by a Canadian who was appealing to American audiences.

      Here's a list of a bunch of American films that have been released in 2012 so far. Lots of good ones in there, and the vast majority of them don't have any of your "British influence":

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_American_films_of_2012

      Good and bad movies are products of people being people, regardless of where they come from. Some care about quality, others don't, and their nationality has nothing to do with this. Picking a single film from near the low end of spectrum that does NOT properly indicate the average film of its origins -- and one that has been universally rejected by most Americans, no less -- to base a poorly constructed argument against the American filming industry is an indication of an overly biased mind that hasn't given much towards forethought and consideration, or the fact that the American culture is a melting pot of ideas from all over the world.

  46. QUESTION:
    Complete List of Disney Movies in Chronological Order?

    • ANSWER:
      1 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs December 21, 1937 (premiere)
      February 4, 1938 (wide release)
      2 Pinocchio February 7, 1940 (premiere)
      February 9, 1940 (wide release)
      3 Fantasia November 13, 1940 (premiere/roadshow)
      January 29, 1941 (RKO roadshow)
      January 8, 1942 (wide release)
      Dumbo October 23, 1941
      5 Bambi August 13, 1942 (limited)
      August 21, 1942 (wide release)
      6 Saludos Amigos August 24, 1942 (premiere)
      February 6, 1943 (wide release) [note 1][note 2]
      7 The Three Caballeros December 21, 1944 (premiere)
      February 3, 1945 (wide release) [note 1][note 2]
      8 Make Mine Music April 20, 1946 (premiere)
      August 15, 1946 (wide release) [note 1]
      9 Fun and Fancy Free September 27, 1947 [note 1][note 2]
      10 Melody Time May 27, 1948 [note 1][note 2]
      11 The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad October 5, 1949 [note 1]
      12 Cinderella February 15, 1950 (premiere)
      March 4, 1950 (wide release)
      13 Alice in Wonderland July 26, 1951 (limited)
      July 28, 1951 (wide release)
      14 Peter Pan February 5, 1953
      15 Lady and the Tramp June 16, 1955 (premiere)
      June 22, 1955 (wide release) [note 3]
      16 Sleeping Beauty January 29, 1959 [note 4]
      17 One Hundred and One Dalmatians January 25, 1961
      18 The Sword in the Stone December 25, 1963
      19 The Jungle Book October 18, 1967
      20 The Aristocats December 24, 1970
      21 Robin Hood November 8, 1973
      22 The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh March 11, 1977 [note 1][note 2]
      23 The Rescuers June 22, 1977
      24 The Fox and the Hound July 10, 1981
      25 The Black Cauldron July 24, 1985 [note 4]
      26 The Great Mouse Detective July 2, 1986
      27 Oliver & Company November 13, 1988 (premiere)
      November 18, 1988 (wide release)
      28 The Little Mermaid November 15, 1989 (premiere)
      November 17, 1989 (wide release)
      29 The Rescuers Down Under November 16, 1990
      30 Beauty and the Beast November 13, 1991 (limited)
      November 22, 1991 (wide release) [note 5]
      31 Aladdin November 11, 1992 (limited)
      November 25, 1992 (wide release)
      32 The Lion King June 15, 1994 (limited)
      June 24, 1994 (wide release) [note 5]
      33 Pocahontas June 16, 1995 (premiere)
      June 23, 1995 (wide release)
      34 The Hunchback of Notre Dame June 19, 1996 (premiere)
      June 21, 1996 (wide release)
      35 Hercules June 14, 1997 (premiere)
      June 27, 1997 (wide release)
      36 Mulan June 5, 1998 (premiere)
      June 19, 1998 (wide release)
      37 Tarzan June 12, 1999 (premiere)
      June 18, 1999 (wide release)
      38 Fantasia 2000 December 17, 1999 (premiere)
      January 1, 2000 (IMAX)
      June 16, 2000 (wide release) [note 1][note 2][note 5]
      39 Dinosaur May 19, 2000 [note 2][note 6]
      40 The Emperor's New Groove December 10, 2000 (premiere)
      December 15, 2000 (wide release)
      41 Atlantis: The Lost Empire June 3, 2001 (premiere)
      June 8, 2001 (limited)
      June 15, 2001 (wide release)
      42 Lilo & Stitch June 16, 2002 (premiere)
      June 21, 2002 (wide release)
      43 Treasure Planet November 17, 2002 (premiere)
      November 27, 2002 (wide release) [note 5]
      44 Brother Bear October 20, 2003 (premiere)
      October 24, 2003 (limited)
      November 1, 2003 (wide release)
      45 Home on the Range March 21, 2004 (premiere)
      April 2, 2004 (wide release)
      46 Chicken Little October 30, 2005 (premiere)
      November 4, 2005 (wide release) [note 6][note 7]
      47 Meet the Robinsons March 30, 2007 [note 6][note 7]
      48 Bolt November 21, 2008 [note 6][note 7]
      49 The Princess and the Frog November 25, 2009 (limited)
      December 11, 2009 (wide release)
      50 Tangled November 24, 2010 [note 6][note 7]
      51 Winnie the Pooh July 15, 2011[5][6] [note 8]
      52 King of the Elves Christmas 2012[7][8][9] [note 8]
      53 Reboot Ralph

      Full List http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Disney_theatrical_animated_features

  47. QUESTION:
    Movie form the 'Fallen' book series?
    I have heard rumors about a movie from the series 'fallen' coming out in 2012. I haven't found any trailer online but there is a lot of stuff talking about a 'fallen' movie. I would like to know if this is true and if it is when will it come out and is there a way i can find out who the cast is?

    • ANSWER:
      The FALLEN movie is in pre-production slated for release in 2012. Disney optioned the rights to the four-part series in 2010.

      The screenplay for the FALLEN movie is currently being developed and Lauren Kate is involved in a consulting capacity.....................

      http://www.fallenbooks.com.au/movie.html

      Here also... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fallen_(Kate_novel)#Sequels_and_film_rights

  48. QUESTION:
    What is the next movie of surya?

    • ANSWER:
      "Maatraan" Release date in August of 2012

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maatraan

  49. QUESTION:
    what do you think will hapen will they make a iorn man 3 or a thor movie?

    • ANSWER:
      "Thor" is scheduled for release in May 2011 with Chris Hemsworth as Thor.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thor_(film)

      http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1165110/

      Currently, Iron Man 3 is listed as "in development" on IMDB.com with an anticipated release date of 2012:

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1300854/

      http://entertainment.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474978238931

  50. QUESTION:
    what do you think will ahpen will they make a iorn man 3 or a thor movie?

    • ANSWER:
      "Thor" is scheduled for release in May 2011 with Chris Hemsworth as Thor.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thor_(film)

      http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1165110/

      Currently, Iron Man 3 is listed as "in development" on IMDB.com with an anticipated release date of 2012:

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1300854/

      http://entertainment.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474978238931


movie releases 2012 wiki

Cinderella Movie Part 1

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What movies should I bring on a roadtrip?
    I am being forced to go on a road trip with my little brothers. My Dad will be driving. We will be in the car for about six hours. We have a DvD player in the car. We need movie suggestions. Give us lots of suggestions please. I am eighteen, my brothers are sixteen and fourteen. We don't like horror movies and they don't like romantic comedies. It does not matter what the ratings are, so you can suggest an R rated movie. I just don't want to be bored.Oh we don't really want movies older than 1995.

    • ANSWER:
      Heres a list of movies you could bring

      the bourne idenity
      the bourne supremacy
      the bourne ultimatium
      nacho libre
      school of rock
      40 year old virgin
      27 dresses
      50 first dates
      the invisible
      hoodwinked
      forrest gump
      shes the man
      the house bunny
      deffinetly maybe
      twilight
      over her dead body
      grease
      a cinderella story
      back to the future
      over the hedge
      madagascar
      made of honor
      the devil wears prada
      bride wars
      just my luck
      the dark night
      pirates of the carribean 1 2 &3
      the chronicles of narnia
      hairspray
      a walk to remember
      the lovely bones
      clue
      without a clue
      whats up doc
      home alone
      just friends
      my big fat greek wedding
      mamma mia
      my sisters keeper
      julie and julia
      rush hour
      till lies do us part
      the notebook
      the uninvited
      the emperors new groove
      obsessed

  2. QUESTION:
    What are some Inspirational Sports movies?
    I know I have seen a few Inspirational Sports movies. So what are some good Inspirational Sports movies?

    The ones that I have seen are: Peaceful Warrior, Karate Kid Parts 1-4, Hoosiers , Rudy , Radio, Pumping Iron( Arnold Schwarznegger and Lou Ferrigno in it )
    I may have seen others just can't remember all of them right now so if people start naming movies I may remember if I have seen it.
    I haven't seen Brians song or Greatest game Played. I have seen bits n pieces of remember the titans. I saw Coach Carter too i forgot about that.
    FACING THE GIANTS I saw I loved it. thanks for reminding me.

    • ANSWER:
      Karate Kid..
      Bend It Like Beckham..
      Friday Night Lights...
      Remember The Titans...
      Cinderella Man ..
      Radio...
      Seabiscuit...
      Invincible...
      Brian's Song...
      Raging Bull...
      Rocky...
      Bull Durham ...
      Breaking Away...
      Chariots Of Fire...
      The Hustler...
      When We Were Kings....
      A League of Their Own ..
      For Love of the Game ...
      The Pride of the Yankees...
      Bang The Drum Slowly...
      The Greatest Game Ever Played...
      The Jackie Robinson Story ...
      Field of Dreams ..
      Rudy..
      Coach Carter..
      Glory Road...
      The Natural ..
      Goal...
      Hoosiers...
      Ice Castles...
      Miracle..
      We Are Marshall ....
      Heart Like A Wheel...
      Pride..
      The Rookie...
      Facing The Giants...
      Prefontaine...
      The Peaceful Warrior....

  3. QUESTION:
    What are some good romance movies you would recommend?
    I liked
    Love & Basketball
    Coco Chanel
    A walk to remember

    Hated
    The Notebook

    Please movies that are not too old and good quality picture. Nothing from the 80s and below.

    • ANSWER:
      Hey Rain...here are some that I thought were pretty cool:

      1. The Family Man (Nicholas Cage, Tea Leoni, Don Cheadle)
      2. Not Easily Broken (Morris Chestnut & Taraji P. Henson)
      3. A Walk To Remember (Mandy Moore)
      4. The Nutty Professor I (Eddie Murphy & Jada Pinkett Smith)
      & Nutty Professor 2 (Eddie Murphy & Janet Jackson)
      5. Deliver Us From Eva (Gabrielle Union & LL Cool J)
      6. Hitch (Will Smith, Eva Mendez, Kevin James)
      7.The Truth About Cats & Dogs (Uma Thurman & Janeane Garofalo)
      8. The Perfect Holiday (Morris Chestnut, Gabrielle Union, Rachel True & Queen Latifah & Jill Marie Jones)
      9. The Seat Filler (Kelly Rowland & Duane Martin)
      10. Penelope (Christina Ricci)
      11. A Cinderella Story (Hillary Duff)
      12. The Wedding Planner (Jennifer Lopez)
      13. The Preacher's Wife (Denzel Washington & Whitney Houston)
      14. How Stella Got Her Groove Back (Angela Bassett, Taye Diggs, Regina King, Whoopi Goldberg)
      15. My Best Friend's Wedding (Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz)
      16 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet & Elijah Wood)
      17. Maid In Manhattan (Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Fiennes)

      They might not be LABELED or considered "romance" or seem "romantic" to the general population or the critics...but some parts of these films have heart wrenching moments that just moves your soul and brings tears to your eyes...um...I mean your eyes get wet 'cause it's raining. Ha ha. I hope you enjoy these!!!

  4. QUESTION:
    Does anyone remember this older fairytale movie?
    I remember a point in the movie when a girl and a boy were talking and he got excited and grew a tail and tried to hide it from her.

    I think it was about a girl and her father who were sucked into a fairytale world. I remember it from several years ago, probably 2000, when it aired as a mini-series on tv.

    • ANSWER:
      The 10th Kingdom (2000 TV miniseries)
      aka The Tenth Kingdom
      starring Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Scott Cohen, John Larroquette, Dianne Wiest, Daniel Lapaine, Ed O'Neill, Rutger Hauer, Warwick Davis, Peter Vaughan, Jessica James, Camryn Manheim, James Carroll Jordan
      IMDb synopsis:
      Two centuries after Snow White and Cinderella had their adventures, the Nine Kingdoms ready themselves for the coronation of Prince Wendel, Snow White's grandson, to the throne of the Fourth Kingdom. But an evil once-queen has freed herself from prison, and turns the prince into a golden retriever. Wendel, by means of a magic mirror, escapes into a hitherto-unknown Tenth Kingdom (modern day New York City) and meets Virginia and her father Tony. Pursued by trolls, cops, and a wolf in man's form, the three blunder back into the Nine Kingdoms and begin their adventures to restore Wendel to his human form and throne, and find the magic mirror that will take Tony and Virginia back home, all the while unknowing that Virginia already has a connection to the Nine Kingdoms that may prove deadly before we reach Happily Ever After.
      Here's Part 1 on YouTube:

  5. QUESTION:
    Can the movie Finding Nemo become annoying after your child watches it over and over again?
    My 2 1/2 year old has watched the movie Finding Nemo over and over again!

    • ANSWER:
      Ahh, yours too huh. My son went through that with Nemo. He had to watch it before he went to bed. Now its my nephew. I can't wait for my 6 mo old to get old enough for that movie. Yes, I'd say it gets annoying probably after about the 3rd time. Especially the main menu! But of course after it was Nemo then it was Madagascar and Cars and Thomas. With my daughter its Mulan and Cinderella and Lady and the Tramp. But the Really Horible Part is that it never ends. My husband watchs Smoky and the Bandit, and Rocky everytime I'm not looking. limit your tv time a day or you won't make it sanely through. Trust me.

  6. QUESTION:
    What is your all time favorite movie?
    I've been wanting to watch some good movies and I don't want to look through a bunch, pick one, and then be disappointed. Any genre you want. I've also been looking back through at some old disney classics like cinderella, pocahontas and other movies from when I was a kid, so any movies like that would be great too. =) can't wait to see what you've got and thanks in advance.

    • ANSWER:
      Here's my top 5 all time...

      1) Star Wars (1977)

      Part IV in a George Lucas epic, Star Wars: A New Hope opens with a rebel ship being boarded by the tyrannical Darth Vader. The plot then follows the life of a simple farmboy, Luke Skywalker, as he and his newly met allies (Han Solo, Chewbacca, Ben Kenobi, C-3PO, R2-D2) attempt to rescue a rebel leader, Princess Leia, from the clutches of the Empire. The conclusion is culminated as the Rebels, including Skywalker and flying ace Wedge Antilles make an attack on the Empires most powerful and ominous weapon, the Death Star.

      2) Inception (2010)

      Dom Cobb is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction, stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Cobb's rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved. Now Cobb is being offered a chance at redemption. One last job could give him his life back but only if he can accomplish the impossible-inception. Instead of the perfect heist, Cobb and his team of specialists have to pull off the reverse: their task is not to steal an idea but to plant one. If they succeed, it could be the perfect crime. But no amount of careful planning or expertise can prepare the team for the dangerous enemy that seems to predict their every move. An enemy that only Cobb could have seen coming.

      3) Reservoir Dogs (1992)

      Six criminals, who are strangers to each other, are hired by a crime boss Joe Cabot to carry out a diamond robbery. Right at the outset, they are given false names with an intention that they won't get too close and concentrate on the job instead. They are completely sure that the robbery is going to be a success. But when the police show up right at the time and the site of the robbery, panic spreads amongst the group members and one of them is killed in the subsequent shootout along with a few policemen and civilians. When the remaining people assemble at the premeditated rendezvous point (a warehouse), they begin to suspect that one of them is an undercover cop.

      4) Far and Away (1992)

      A young man (Cruise) leaves Ireland with his landlord's daughter (Kidman) after some trouble with her father, and they dream of owning land at the big giveaway in Oklahoma ca. 1893. When they get to the new land, they find jobs and begin saving money. The man becomes a local barehands boxer, and rides in glory until he is beaten, then his employers steal all the couple's money and they must fight off starvation in the winter, and try to keep their dream of owning land alive. Meanwhile, the woman's parents find out where she has gone and have come to America to find her and take her back.

      5) The Dark Knight (2008)

      Batman raises the stakes in his bourgeois war on crime. With the help of Lieutenant Jim Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman sets out to dismantle the remaining criminal organizations that plague the city streets. The partnership proves to be effective, but they soon find themselves prey to a reign of chaos unleashed by a rising criminal mastermind known to the terrified citizens of Gotham as The Joker.

  7. QUESTION:
    Why is Cinderalla the most favorited, well known Disney story?
    Also, what Disney movie (with a Disney princess) do you think should be on top? Any random thoughts or comments on Cinderalla?

    • ANSWER:
      You seem like a Sweet person, but I am not sure why you think "Cinderella" is the most well known Disney story and is the favorite Disney film.

      I would suggest that other Disney films such as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"; "Beauty and the Beast"; "The Little Mermaid"; "The Lion King"; "The Jungle Book"; "Aladdin"; "Bambi" and others are more popular and considered better Disney movies.

      Regarding Cinderella, I felt at times the movie shows signs of a lower budget or a strict time line that restricted the film from being as great as it otherwise might have been. There are many nice touches, but I also see spots where improvements could have been made.

      The best Disney films with a Princess as part of the plot, in my opinion:

      1. The Little Mermaid
      2. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
      3. Aladdin
      4. Beauty and the Beast
      5. Sleeping Beauty
      6. Mulan
      7. Cinderella

  8. QUESTION:
    What advice do you have for a couple going to Disney World for their honeymoon?
    We are staying at the Pop Value Resort, but we will be getting the dinning plan and everything. (His grandpa is paying for everything has a gift!) What are some things you recomend us doing? The best shows, rides, resturants? We are not into spas or golf but we love rides, fun food, crazy resturants, shopping and the movies!

    • ANSWER:
      LUCKY!! lol. I wish I had his grandpa....

      The Pop Century resort is pretty cool. I've never personally stayed there, but I've checked it out and taken a tour of some of their rooms.

      Depending what package he got you, I THINK it includes tickets to La Nouba. (The Cirque De Soleil show at Downtown Disney.) i'd check into it and make sure whether it does or not, because you probably want to make reservations if it does.

      (Assuming that you have the Magic Your Way Plan Plus Dining, or Plus Deluxe Dining. This DOES NOT APPLY if you have the quick service dining option only.) I think the dining plan includes a character meal. (Other than Cinderella's Royal Table in the castle...that one requires 2 "points" per person.) I recommend that you do this! I had a breakfast one time with Pooh and friends, and Piglet came up to me and plopped right down to me on the seat. GREAT photo ops!! (And it was awesome since Piglet's one of my favorites.)

      Definitely ride the Soarin' ride. As one answerer already said, it's AWESOME. Also, the coaster at Animal Kingdom(can't remember what it's called). DO NOT rent a car. It's very easy to get around the parks on Disney's transportation system. Use it, and don't spend the money on a car unless you're planning on hitting Sea World or Busch Gardens while you're down there too.

      I've been to Disney on 2 occasions for 7 days each. I recommend that you allot for a day each at MGM and Animal Kingdom (there's really not too much to do/see at these two, and you can easily do each in one day). I'd take AT LEAST 2 for the Magic Kingdom. And probably 1-2 for Epcot (one for the cultural part, one for the sciencey part). If you've got the Water Park and More option, hit the water park early in the day (ESPECIALLY if you're going in the summer). It'll be less busy, and not as hot. Then you could go back to your hotel, relax a bit by the pool, and head into Magic Kingdom for dinner and the fireworks show, Wishes.

      Some "Not To Miss"es:

      Wishes at the Magic Kingdom
      Soarin' ride at Epcot
      Test Track ride @ Epcot
      Space Mountain at MK (Magic Kingdom)
      Tiki Room @ MK
      Pirates of the Caribbean @ MK
      Haunted Mansion @ MK
      Small World @ MK (It's airconditioned, and this will cool you down in the summer too!)
      Any of the other "coasters"
      Don't skip the classic rides, either, like Dumbo and the spinning teacups.
      The Arcade where you can make your own roller coaster at Downtown Disney. (Did this once...it's GREAT.)
      The night show at Epcot (REALLY COOL)
      The opening show at the MK. GET THERE EARLY! It's well worth it! (I cried the first time I saw it!)

      ALSO- If you can, take just a day for the two of you. Maybe just hang out in the hotel by the pool or whatever. It is your honeymoon afterall...

      TIP- Disney can get hectic. If you don't have to make too many reservations, DONT! It IS your honeymoon, and you don't want to be worrying about being here or there by whatever time TOO much. (A character breakfast and the La Nouba show would probably be OK, but I wouldn't make ALL of your meals be reserved character breakfasts or anything.

      There is also a VERY good Mexican restaurant in Epcots World Showcase. I can't remember what it's called though...

      *ADD* Just remembered...the coaster at Animal Kingdom is Expedition Everest. Sorry had a brain fart yesterday when I answered this....

      Also, the safari ride at Animal Kingdom is pretty cool too, and a nice relaxing break to a hectic day.

      *ADD* The thing that Alonzo is talking about is FastPass. Your "KEY" to the parks is your hotel key. You swipe this at the parks. Basically if you lose this card, you're screwed. The way the fastpass works is this....
      For the more popular rides (Space Mountain, Expedition Everest, etc...most of the coasters) they have fastpass. If you get to the ride and there's an hour long wait, you swipe your room key and it gives you a slip of paper telling you to come back at a certain time (usually a range of two hours, like 5-7 pm). When you come back, you get in the fastpass line and you MIGHT have a half hour wait. It's AWESOME.

      You guys are lucking out by staying on property. Your room key isn't just your room key. It's your ticket to the parks (H2O parks and Downtown Disney too), your room key, plus you can charge stuff to your room on it. I've never been to Disney with a dining plan, but I'm betting that the people at the restaurants will have to swipe your card when you guys eat, too.

  9. QUESTION:
    What are some good movies for teens to watch on youtube?
    hey. i get bored and i like to watch movies on youtube..do you know of any good teen movies i could watch. like another cinderella story stuff like that

    • ANSWER:
      they are all in parts (part 1, part 2 etc)
      shes the man
      twilight
      love wrecked
      love actually
      devil wears prada
      parent trap
      white chicks
      just type in a random movie that you love into youtube and it will come up!
      xx

  10. QUESTION:
    What are eversingle classic disney song?
    I love love love disney... and im learning so many songs and all the words but idk if i have all of them so please
    if you are going to answer this say what movie it is from as well thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Have you heard of the "Disney's Greatest" CDs? I have the first 2 (the green and blue one) and there is a 3rd (red) one. Here are the classic songs from those CD's:

      Disney's Greatest Vol. 1
      1. Strangers Like Me (Tarzan)
      2. Reflection (Mulan)
      3. I Won't Say (I'm In Love) (Hercules)
      4. Out There (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      5. You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      6. Just Around the Riverbend (Pocahontas)
      7. Circle of Life (The Lion King)
      8. A Whole New World (Aladdin)
      9. Beauty and the Beast (Beauty and the Beast)
      10. Kiss the Girl (The Little Mermaid)
      11. I Wan'na Be Like You (The Monkey Song) (The Jungle Book)
      12. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (Mary Poppins)
      13. Cruella de Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      14. Once Upon a Dream (Sleeping Beauty)
      15. Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song) (Cinderella)
      16. You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly! (Peter Pan)
      17. Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      18. Heigh-Ho (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      19. Bella Notte (Lady and the Tramp)
      20. When You Wish upon a Star (Pinocchio)

      Disney's Greatest Vol. 2
      1. You'll Be in My Heart (Tarzan)
      2. I'll Make a Man Out of You (Mulan)
      3. Go the Distance (Hercules)
      4. Bells of Notre Dame (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      5. Colors of the Wind (Pocahontas)
      6. Hakuna Matata (The Lion King)
      7. Be Our Guest (Beauty and the Beast)
      8. Under the Sea (The Little Mermaid)
      9. Winnie the Pooh (Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree)
      10. The Bare Necessities (The Jungle Book)
      11. Chim Chim Cher-ee (Mary Poppins)
      12. A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes (Cinderella)
      13. Mickey Mouse March (The Mickey Mouse Club)
      14. The Ballad of Davy Crockett (Davy Crockett TV series)
      15. It's a Small World (New York World's Fair)
      16. He's A Tramp (Lady and the Tramp)
      17. The Second Star to the Right (Peter Pan)
      18. Little April Shower (Bambi)
      19. I've Got No Strings (Pinocchio)
      20. Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)

      Disney's Greatest Vol. 3
      1. I'll Try (Return To Never Land)
      2. When She Loved Me (Toy Story 2)
      3. He Lives In You (Rhythm of The Pride Lands)
      4. The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers (The Tigger Movie)
      5. Topsy Turvy (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      6. Can You Feel the Love Tonight (The Lion King)
      7. What's This? (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      8. Gaston (Beauty and the Beast)
      9. Poor Unfortunate Souls (The Little Mermaid)
      10. Part of Your World (The Little Mermaid)
      11. Best of Friends (The Fox and the Hound)
      12. Everybody Wants To Be A Cat (The Aristocats)
      13. Yo Ho! (A Pirate's Life for Me) (Disneyland's Pirates of The Caribbean)
      14. A Spoonful of Sugar (Mary Poppins)
      15. Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room (Disneyland's The Enchanted Tiki Room)
      16. Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      17. Pink Elephants on Parade (Dumbo)
      18. Give a Little Whistle (Pinocchio)
      19. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? (Three Little Pigs)
      20. Mickey Mouse Club, Alma Mater (The Mickey Mouse Club)

      Hope I helped!

  11. QUESTION:
    What Disney soundtracks do you think I should purchase?
    I need your help! I'm trying to think of some of the old Disney movies, with good soundtracks so that I can purchase them on itunes. I LOVE Lion King & Aladdin, and the song that Phil Collins did on Tarzan. Can you think of some of the other older Disney movies, or single songs that are classic Disney? Thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      =D I've purchased a lot of Disney music, as well - some of it off of iTunes, but mostly from a collection of albums called "Disney's Greatest Hits," which if you find (at least Volumes 1 and 2) have a really nice compilation of some of the best songs from throughout Disney history.

      So, aside from the movies you already mentioned, which all obviously have fantastic music, I'd especially point out...

      Beauty and the Beast - "Beauty and the Beast," "Be Our Guest"
      Hercules - "Go the Distance," "I Won't Say I'm in Love"
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame - "God Help the Outcasts"
      The Little Mermaid - "Part of Your World," "Under the Sea," "Kiss the Girl"
      Mulan - "Reflection," "I'll Make a Man Out of You"
      Pinocchio - "When You Wish Upon a Star"
      Pocahontas - "Just Around the Riverbend," "Colors of the Wind"

      Other older Disney movies that may have good tracks:
      101 Dalmatians, The Aristocats, Bambi (instrumentals), Cinderella, Dumbo, Fox and the Hound, Lady and the Tramp, Oliver and Company, Peter Pan

      Relatively more recent Disney movies that may have good tracks:
      Brother Bear, A Goofy Movie, Fantasia 2000 (instrumentals), Lilo & Stitch, Toy Story (Toy Story 2 has that really nice solo by Jessie, "When She Loved Me")

      Good luck finding the music you want!

  12. QUESTION:
    What are some good movies for 11 yr olds?
    My little sister is having a sleepover for her 11th birthday and I need to know what some good movies would be for their movie marathon and only 1 of her friends will still be 10

    • ANSWER:
      hundercats: Season One - Volume 1&2, The Indian in the Cupboard, Life is Beautiful, Dances with Wolves, water world,Masters of the Universe , The Tom Selleck Western Collection,The Alamo , Cool Dog ,Young Sherlock Holmes,Alice in Wonderland,LEGO: The Adventures of Clutch Powers,Bigfoot , Alpha And Omega , lion king, Looney Tunes Super Stars: Daffy Duck - Frustrated Fowl , Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes , IMAX: Under the Sea Yogi Bear , The Perfect Game , wizard of oz, last airbender, Scooby-Doo!: Curse of the Lake Monster, Winne Dixie(G),Tangled(G)Beaver Family(G),
      Homeward bound(G),Free Willy(G),Shiloh(G), Despicable Me ,Spy Kids ,The Adventures of Sharkboy And Lavagirl ,American girl movies(G)UpShrek ,smurf(G),, High School Musical (G),Tarzan(G),,A Cinderella Story (PG),The Cheetah Girls (G), Annie(G),, The Princess Diaries (1&2, both PG),Ella Enchanted (PG),The Princess Bride (PG),The Parent Trap (PG),Nancy Drew (PG),lassics: The Ghost & Mrs Muir (1947)
      Splendor in the Grass (1961),Weird Science (1985),Adventures in Babysitting (1987)
      West Side Story,The King and I (1956) Ben hur, the wind and the wind, Steve Reeves Hercules/Hercules,Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 to name a few

  13. QUESTION:
    What movies did stan lee appear in?
    I know all the marvel ones, but i want a list and also where in each movie, thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      1."The Super Hero Squad Show" (2009)
      2."The Spectacular Spider-Man" (2009)
      3."Black Panther" (2009)
      4.Devil's Run (2008)
      5.The Incredible Hulk (2008)
      6.Spider-Man 3 (2007)
      7.The Condor (2007)
      8. "Heroes" (2007)
      9.Mosaic (2007)
      10.X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
      11.Fantastic Four (2005)
      12.The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)
      13.Spider-Man 2 (2004)
      14."Spider-Man" (2003)
      15.Hulk (2003)
      16.Daredevil (2003)
      17.Parts of the Family (2003)
      18.Spider-Man (2002)
      19.Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV (2000)
      20.X-Men (2000)
      21.The Adventures of Cinderella's Daughter (2000)
      22."The Seventh Portal" (2000)
      23."The Incredible Hulk"
      24.The Ambulance (1990)
      25.The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989)
      26."Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends"
      27."The Incredible Hulk" (1982)
      28.L'an 01 (1973)

  14. QUESTION:
    What are some good songs to incorporate hip hop and contemporary dance into?
    I have a choreographic awards coming up and I want to start thinking of songs early. I cant decide between contemporary or hip hop dance. So I want to mix them together but have no I idea what song to use, any song suggestions will be great. And if possible I need some unique songs.
    Thanks!:)

    • ANSWER:
      EMAIL me for more songs I can only put part of my lists in 1 answer

      Hip Hop/Breakdance

      Beastie Boys--Remote Control, Super disco Breakin, Sabotage, Intergalatic, Brass Monkey
      Eminem-- Daddy’s gone crazy, Lose Yourself, Will the real slim shady, Won’t back down, I’m not afraid, Cinderella Man, Love the way you lie, Almost Famous
      C&C Music Factory, I got the power, Pump up the volume, Gonna make you sweat, rock & roll
      TLC-- No Scrubs, Waterfalls
      Will Smith—Summertime, Wild Wild west, Men in black, parents just don’t understand
      Afrika Bambaataa-- Planet Rock, Breaker’s revenge
      Britney Spears—Womanizer, Gasoline, 3
      Outkast --Ms. Jackson, Polaroid, bombs over Baghdad
      Technotronic-- This beat is technotronic, Move this
      Kraftwerk-Tour De France, robots
      Flo Rida – Low, elevator
      Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock—Joy & Pain, It Takes two
      Freestyle—Don’t Stop the rock, It’s AuToMaTic
      Hashim—We’re rocking the planet
      It’s tricky—Run Dmc
      Now you see it now you don’t—Pitbull
      Bleeding love—Leona Lewis
      Patron Tequila—Paradiso Girls
      Gravel Pit—Wu tang Clan
      Wild thing—Tone Loc
      Music—Madonna
      Mortal Kombat Theme
      Space Jam theme
      Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme from space jam)
      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (Fern Gully)
      There is a light—Nick Cave (Batman Forever)
      The riddler—Method Man (Batman Forever)
      Dirty—Christina Aguilera
      Hip hop hooray—Naughty by Nature
      Square dance rap—Sir Mix a lot
      Man Parrish—Hip Hop, be Bop (Don’t stop)
      It began in Africa—Chemical Brothers
      Shake your pom pom—Missy Elliot
      Supersonic—JJ Fad
      Groove is the heart—Dee Lite
      Butterfly (Japenese Techno)—DJ Mystik
      OPP-Naughty By nature
      Axel F (Beverly Hills Cop)
      Freak-a-zoid—Midnight Star
      Push it—Salt N Pepa
      When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls
      Work it out--Lil Jon featuring Pitbull
      Last call—midi mafia
      ET-Katy Perry
      Empire state of mind—JayZ and Alicia Keys
      Reptile-Nine Inch Nails
      Hollarback Girl—Gwen Stefani
      Newcleus—Jam on it
      Debbie Deb—When I hear music (original 12”)
      Cybotron—Clear
      I am woman-Jordin Sparks
      International Love-Pitbull Fea. Chris Brown
      Songs by Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, Fat Boy Silm

      Lyrical/ballet/modern/contemporary
      Evanescence --Lithium , Hello, Like you, Lacrymosa, Good enough, Missing, Fields of innocence, The last song I wasting on you, You, Exodus, Breathe no more, Eternal, Demise, Ascension of the spirit, Give unto me, Forgive me, lost in paradise
      Pink Floyd—Marooned, Terminal frost, Echoes, Interstellar Overdrive, One of these days, Run like hell
      On the turning away, Absolutely Curtains, Mudmen, Obscured by clouds, Dogs, A great day for freedom, High Hopes, Great Gig in the Sky, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, wish you were here
      David Hasselhoff--Until the last teardrop falls, If I could only say goodbye, These Loving eyes, A star looks down tonight, White Bird
      Meatloaf—Objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are, heaven can wait, Not a dry eye, Lost boys and golden girls, for crying out loud
      Charlotte Church—All the little horses, unraveling, even God, Dream a dream (Elysium)
      from the movie Legend--The unicorn theme, The Cottage, Darkness , The Dance, the fairies
      from the movie Dracula--Love eternal, Love remembered, The storm, Lucy’s party, Love Song for a vampire by Annie Lennox
      from the movie Dragonheart -World of your heart, Flight to Avalon, Draco, to the stars, main theme
      from the movie Ladyhawke--main theme, She was sad at first, Phillippe describes Isabeau
      from the movie the Princess Bride-- The cliffs of insanity, I will never love again, The fireswamp & rodent of unusual size, Storybook Love—Willy Deville
      Alborada (A dawn of many colors album)--Ode to a woman, Mountain Melody
      Ceol Mor—(Celtic Passages Album)--Enchanted forest, The mountains at dawn, Sparkling river
      Sarah Brightman—Symphony, Fleurs du mal, Free, Deliver me, Rain, This love, Captain Nemo, Meadowlark, How can heaven love me, Tu quieres volver, You take my breath away, Desert Rose, When Firebirds cry, Beautiful, I will be with you (duet with Paul Stanley)n
      Concerto Vi—Alessandro Scarlatti
      Let love live from Cirque de soliel
      Set the night to music—Starship
      Gravity of love, Push the limits - Enigma
      Eva—Nightwish
      Show me your fire truck—Backdraft
      Top Gun Anthem
      Hurt-Nine Inch Nails/Johnny Cash
      Through the eyes of love—Melissa Manchester (Ice Castles theme)
      Dawn’s pale light—Liquid Sky
      Make the world go away-Elvis
      Love you to death-Kamelot
      Scarborough Fair—Leaves’ Eyes
      Christina Aguilera-- I am, bound to you (burlesque)
      Just the way you are—Bruno Mars
      24-Jem (ultraviolet)

  15. QUESTION:
    What are songs my sister can sing at her elementary school?
    My sister has this weird group that she is put in and she's supposed to sing. What are some appropriate songs she could sing? Thx!

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care
      Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio
      Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song
      Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand
      Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator
      They Might be Giants—Istanbul, particle man, birdhouse in your soul
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab
      The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles
      Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
      Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)
      The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)
      Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)
      Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)
      Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)
      Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince
      Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E
      Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler
      Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead
      Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World
      Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight
      Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle
      Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake
      Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon
      Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower
      Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
      Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction
      Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love
      The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For
      Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts
      Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"
      Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder
      Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly
      Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love
      The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

  16. QUESTION:
    What are some good ideas for a weird modern solo?
    I'm thinking about doing a dance that's a little on the freaky side. And if not freaky, then an angry dance or something like that. Also, if you have any ideas for a sad/emotional dance go ahead and give those too just in case I can't find a weird one that I like.

    • ANSWER:
      Lyrical/ballet/modern/contemporary
      Evanescence --Lithium , Hello, Like you, Lacrymosa, Good enough, Missing, Fields of innocence, The last song I wasting on you, You, Exodus, Breathe no more, Eternal, Demise, Ascension of the spirit, Give unto me, Forgive me, lost in paradise
      Pink Floyd—Echoes, Interstellar Overdrive, Run like hell, On the turning away, Dogs, A great day for freedom, High Hopes, Great Gig in the Sky, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
      David Hasselhoff--Until the last teardrop falls, If I could only say goodbye, These Loving eyes, A star looks down tonight, White Bird
      Meatloaf—Objects in the rear view mirror may appear closer than they are, heaven can wait, Not a dry eye, Lost boys and golden girls, for crying out loud
      Charlotte Church—All the little horses, unraveling, even God, Dream a dream (Elysium) Love Song for a vampire by Annie Lennox
      Storybook Love—Willy Deville
      Sarah Brightman—Symphony, Fleurs du mal, Free, Deliver me, Rain, This love, Captain Nemo, Meadowlark, How can heaven love me, Tu quieres volver, You take my breath away, Desert Rose, When Firebirds cry, Beautiful, I will be with you (duet with Paul Stanley)
      Let love live from Cirque de soliel
      Set the night to music—Starship
      Gravity of love- Enigma
      Push the limits-Enigma
      Eva—Nightwish
      Hurt-Nine Inch Nails/Johnny Cash
      Through the eyes of love—Melissa Manchester (Ice Castles theme)
      Dawn’s pale light—Liquid Sky
      Make the world go away-Elvis
      Love you to death-Kamelot
      Scarborough Fair—Leaves’ Eyes
      Christina Aguilera-- I am, bound to you (burlesque)
      Just the way you are—Bruno Mars
      24-Jem (ultraviolet)
      Impossible--Shontelle
      Freshman—verve pipe
      Phil Collins—In too deep, In the air tonight
      Are we the waiting—Green Day
      Make a memory—Bon Jovi
      Uninvited—Alanis Morissette
      Bed of roses-Bon Jovi
      Finest hour-Cindy Valentine aka Valentine Leone (Teen Witch)
      Beth-Kiss
      Needles and pins-Megadeth
      Oh death-Jen Titus (supernatural)
      Through the rain-Cinderella
      Wishing you were somehow here again—Phantom of the Opera
      Wish you were here-Within Temptation
      Angelchild-Imperia
      Scenes de ballet/Valse-Alexander Glazunov
      You’re the inspiration--Chicago
      When love & Hate collide—Def Leppard
      The last of me-Cher

      Instrumentals
      Evanescence –Eternal, Demise, Ascension of the spirit
      Pink Floyd—Marooned, Terminal frost, Interstellar Overdrive, Absolutely Curtains, Mudmen, Obscured by clouds, One of these days (1 line of lyrics), Any colour you like, Atom heart mother, Cluster 1, On the run, Pow R Toc H, Several small species of animals gather together in a cave & grooving with a pict, Signs of life, Sysyphus part 1-4, The grand vizier’s garden party parts 1-4, When you’re in
      Metallica (instrumentals)-- (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth (Kill 'Em All), The Call of Ktulu (Ride the Lightning and the S&M album), Orion (Master of Puppets), To Live is to Die (...And Justice for All), The Ecstasy of Gold (S& M) , Suicide & Redemption (Death Magnetic)
      from the movie Legend- The unicorn theme , The Cottage , Darkness, The Dance, The fairies
      from the movie Dracula-Love eternal, Love remembered, The storm, Lucy’s party
      from the movie Dragonheart -World of your heart, Flight to Avalon, Draco, to the stars, main theme
      from the movie Ladyhawke -main theme, She was sad at first, Phillippe describes Isabeau
      from the movie the Princess Bride-- The cliffs of insanity, I will never love again, The fireswamp & rodent of unusual size
      Alborada (A dawn of many colors album)- Ode to a woman, Mountain Melody
      Ceol Mor—(Celtic Passages Album)--Enchanted forest, The mountains at dawn, Sparkling river
      Show me your fire truck—Backdraft
      Top Gun Anthem
      Star Wars movie soundtracks
      Star Trek Movie soundtracks
      Avatar movie soundtrack
      Stargate soundtrack
      Frankenstein-Edgar Winter Group
      Sleepwalk-Santo & Johnny
      Midnight cowboy—Faith no more
      The Brazilian—Genesis
      Last of the wilds-Nightwish
      Moondance—Nightwish
      Fly-Sarah Brightman
      Ghosts 1-4 (album)—NIN (double album of instrumentals)
      7 Sirens & A Silver Tear—Sirenia
      Perversion 99—Rob Zombie
      Transylvania—Iron Maiden
      Magica Theme-Dio
      Fire Dance, Holy Light—Stratovarius
      Black Mountain Slide—Led Zeppelin
      Soothsayer—Buckethead
      Angi-Paul Simon
      Black Star—Yngwie Malsteen
      Angel of the Dead-Epica

  17. QUESTION:
    what do elementry kids listen to for music?
    I am going to be teaching dance and i need to get some music because i am 17 and i don't know what little kids listen to.

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks )
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  18. QUESTION:
    What are some songs for kids to dance ballet folklorico to ages 3 to 14?
    I need to know some songs for the kids to dance ballet folklorico to ages 3 to 14 o easy songs

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care
      Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio
      Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song
      Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand
      Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator
      They Might be Giants—Istanbul, particle man, birdhouse in your soul
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab
      The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles
      Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
      Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)
      The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)
      Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)
      Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)
      Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)
      Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince
      Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E
      Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler
      Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead
      Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World
      Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight
      Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle
      Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake
      Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon
      Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower
      Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
      Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction
      Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love
      The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For
      Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts
      Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"
      Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder
      Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly
      Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love
      The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

  19. QUESTION:
    What are a list of songs that i could use for an elementry school dance?
    i need a list of songs that i could use for an elementry school dance that dont have swears or sexual content. i need a list that would last at least 2 hours. plz make a list or give me a site that i can look at!

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care
      Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio
      Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song
      Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand
      Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator
      They Might be Giants—Istanbul, particle man, birdhouse in your soul
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab
      The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles
      Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
      Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)
      The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)
      Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)
      Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)
      Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)
      Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince
      Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E
      Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler
      Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead
      Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World
      Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight
      Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle
      Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake
      Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon
      Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower
      Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
      Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction
      Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love
      The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For
      Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts
      Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"
      Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder
      Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly
      Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love
      The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

  20. QUESTION:
    What are some good songs for a kids dance camp?
    Tomorrow we start our two week long dance camp, and I'm looking for some good family friendly songs that the kids might like. The kids are grouped by age, which range everywhere from 5-14. We tend to do just silly fun things since most of our kids aren't serious dancers. For example, we always use something by the chipmunks for the youngest class. We're thinking of things like Spongebob Squarepants Best Day Ever, or Vogue, or equally fun things.

    Any ideas welcome!

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      Everybody wants to be a cat--Aristocats
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      Lavender’s blue (so dear to my heart)
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  21. QUESTION:
    When will the fox and the hound 3 movie release?
    I saw the fox and the hound 1st and 2nd.It was awesome.Will disney make fox and the hound 3?I am a dead fan of the fox and the hound?will disney make its 3rd part?I love Todd and Copper.I wish it should release.It was the best animated movie ever.

    • ANSWER:
      They probably won't, the original came out in the 80's so ti was pretty amazing that they made a sequel especially because it's not that popular. Only movies they think will sell well get sequels generally: Cinderella, Toy Story etc

      anyway the second one sucked in comparison to teh first so I'd just as soon they didn't defile it's memory anymore :/

  22. QUESTION:
    where is the castle that Cinderella's castle is designed after?
    I think it might be in Germany.

    • ANSWER:
      Neuschwanstein Castle (German: Schloss Neuschwanstein, lit. New Swan Stone palace) is a 19th-century Bavarian palace on a rugged hill near Hohenschwangau and Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and as an homage to Richard Wagner, the King's inspiring muse. Although public photography of the interior is not permitted, it is the most photographed building in Germany and is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.

      Ludwig did not allow visitors to his castles, but after his death in 1886 the castle was opened to the public (in part due to the need to pay off the debts Ludwig incurred financing its construction). Since that time over 50 million people have visited the Neuschwanstein Castle. About 1.3 million people visit annually, with up to 6,000 per day in the summer. The palace has appeared in several movies, and was the inspiration for Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park and for the Cinderella Castles at the Magic Kingdom and Tokyo Disneyland.

  23. QUESTION:
    Do you know any movies for teenage girls?
    I want movies like Mean Girls or The Clique.

    • ANSWER:
      1 Mean girls
      2 Wild child
      3 The clique
      4 Never been kissed
      5 Orphan
      6 Total recall
      7 500 days of summer
      8 The prince and me
      9 Dirty dancing
      10 Sunday school musical
      11 Sorority wars
      12 She's the man
      13 Legally blond 1 & 2
      14 House bunny
      15 Final Destination 1 - 5
      16 Dude. Where's My Car?
      17 Going On 30
      18 Harry Potter 1 - 7
      19 Suddenly 30
      20 A cinderella story
      21 Another cinderella story
      22 White chicks
      23 Titanic
      24 Drag me to hell
      25 Twilight
      26 New moon
      27 Eclipse
      28 Breaking dawn part 1
      29 Princess diaries 1 and 2
      30 10 things I hate about you
      31 How to train your dragon
      32 Parent trap
      33 The pink panther
      34 Pretty in pink
      35 The devil wears prada
      36 Spirit: cimmeron stallion
      37 Freaky friday
      38 Coraline
      39 Nightmare on elm street
      40 Nightmare before christmas
      41 King kong
      42 Twister
      43 Night at the museum 1 and 2
      44 Meet the parents
      45 Meet the fockers
      46 Little fockers
      47 There's something about mary
      48 Shakespears romeo and juliet
      49 The sixth sense
      50 A leque of there own
      51 Grown up's
      52 The waterboy
      53 50 first dates
      54 You don't mess with the zohan
      55 The wedding singer
      56 Dannie darko
      57 Picnic at hanging rock
      58 Stand by me
      59 Red shoes
      60 Definitly maybe
      62 Almost famous
      63 Galaxy quest
      64 Mrs doubfire
      65 Finding nemo
      66 Grease 1 and 2
      67 Nosferatu
      68 Sleepy Hollow
      69 Underworld
      70 Epic movie
      71 The lion, the witch and the wordrobe
      72 The matrix
      73 This is Spinal Tap
      74Best in Show
      75 Kenny
      76 The da vinci code
      77 Moms got a date with a vampire
      78 Bertie
      79 Beatlejuice
      80 Ponyo the sea
      81 Sinbad: legend of the seven seas
      82 Up
      83 The copse bride
      84 Tales from earths sea
      85 Labrynth
      86 Howls moving castle
      87 Kiki's delivery service
      88 Happily never after
      89 Scooby doo 1 and 2
      90 Jimangi
      91 Zathura
      92 Gremlins
      93 8 below
      94 Bridge to teribithia
      95 Snow dogs
      96 Daddy day care
      97 Daddy day camp
      98 Clueless
      99 Don't tell mum the babysitters dead
      100 PS - I love you

      There. I know thats alot and some are old . . . But I still like them.
      Top 100, what a record!

      Ps- I wonder if BLACK WIDOW can think of any more than I can?

  24. QUESTION:
    what is the name of that old navy movie where the sailor?
    what is the name of that old navy movie where the sailor meets this hooker at a bar and ends up marying here for dental benifits for her kid? i think its called "liberty call" but i get nothing when i google it.

    • ANSWER:
      Cinderella Liberty (1973)
      starring James Caan, Marsha Mason, Kirk Calloway, Eli Wallach, Burt Young, Bruce Kirby Jr. (aka Bruno Kirby), Allyn Ann McLerie, Dabney Coleman, Sally Kirkland
      IMDb synopsis:
      A lonely sailor falls in love with a hooker and becomes a surrogate father figure for her son during an extended liberty due to his service records being lost.
      IMDb review:
      The film's title refers to a temporary pass or leave issued to Navy personnel. John Baggs, Jr., is one such sailor, stuck in Seattle on leave, a man who doesn't know what to do with his time or his life. He ends up at a bar where he meets Maggie, a part-time hooker and pool hustler. Baggs is a low-key sort of fellow who doesn't take any guff from anyone. Maggie is on Welfare. She lives with her 11-year-old, mixed-race son, Doug, in a tiny apartment in a dingy tenement building. Baggs tries to help the boy, but Doug has lots of emotional baggage, as does his mother.
      Here's a clip from the film featuring the Oscar-nominated song "Nice to Be Around":

  25. QUESTION:
    What are some things to do in Disney World for a couple?
    My boyfriend and I are going to Disney for a week in March. What do you recommend we do? What parks to visit, things to do at night, shows to watch, etc?

    • ANSWER:
      My boyfriend and I love going to Walt Disney World! We've been the past two summers and we're going again in July for 11 days. There's a lot of fun things for couples to do at Walt Disney World. These are some of the things my boyfriend and I enjoy doing...

      1. Spa treatments (massages) at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. It's very relaxing and romantic. You can get them done together in the Couple's Room - a perfect way to either begin or end your vacation.

      2. Cirque du Soleil: La Nouba at the West Side of Downtown Disney. My boyfriend and I have seen it the past two summers and are planning to see it again this summer. It's incredible and just gets better everytime! And you can't see the show anywhere else in the world!

      3. A romantic fireworks cruise. Walt Disney World offers fireworks cruises for couples and families aboard pontoon boats. There's the IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth fireworks cruise for EPCOT and the Wishes Nighttime Spectacular fireworks cruise for the Magic Kingdom. My boyfriend and I did the IllumiNations cruise this past summer. It was so wonderful! We cruised Crescent Lake near Disney's Boardwalk, then cruised over to the Disney - MGM Studios, and finally to the World Showcase Lagoon at EPCOT. We'd seen the show the night before, but it wasn't as great. There were obejcts blocking our view and crowds of people all around us, obviously. On the cruise we were all alone on the boat with a perfect view out onto the Lagoon. We're taking this fireworks cruise again this summer, too.

      4. Spend a day at Downtown Disney. There's all sorts of fun stuff to do. My boyfriend and I always start off early in the afternoon just checking out all the different shops. Then we have lunch at Bongos Cuban Cafe - it's a gorgeous restaurant and they serve the best Cuban sandwiches and flan! After lunch we usually head over to the AMC 24-Theatre Complex to see a movie. I know, you can go to the movies at home, but it's such a nice theater and the seats are so comfortable. Plus, it's nice to enter a cool, dark place for a while after walking around in the hot sun all afternoon. Then later in the evening we go see Cirque du Soleil: La Nouba. Afterwards you could go to Pleasure Island for a couple hours.

      5. Take a tour. Disney's Animal Kingdom Park has a tour called "Backstage Safari." You get to go behind-the-scenes and learn about all the exotic animals they have. You usually get to interact with an animal, often the white rhinos. Then you get to embark on your own personal Kilimanjaro Safaris ride. At the Magic Kingdom they offer a really grea behind-the-scenes tour. You get to tour parts of Cinderella Castle and the somewhat secretive Utilidoors (the level for Cast Members underneath the Magic Kingdom). At EPCOT they have the "Dolphins in Depth" tour. You get to stand in a pool with a couple dolphins and learn about them, feed them, give them signals to do tricks, etc. There's also the "Seas Aqua Tour" which is amazing! You get to swim in the aquarium tank with SCUBA gear on. You swim with the sting rays, sea turtles, and other tropical fish, and then the sharks below. It's so much fun! My boyfriend and I did it this past summer and had the time of our lives! It was all we could talk about our entire trip! We can't wait to do it again this summer.

      If you're going for a week I suggest spending one day at each of the four theme parks (Disney's Animal Kingdom Park, Disney - MGM Studios, EPCOT, and the Magic Kingdom), a day at each of the two water parks (Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon), and one day at Downtown Disney. There's a lot to do at Walt Disney World, so just try and do as much as you can in the amount of time you'll be there.

      There's a lot of excellent shows that you can't miss while you're there. IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth, the fireworks show at EPCOT is amazing! Wishes Nighttime Spectacular, the fireworks show at the Magic Kingdom is just as amazing if not more! And the best part is everything is set to classic Disney music. It's really magical. And at the Disney - MGM Studios is this incredible stage show that takes place each evening, Fantasmic! Sorcerer Mickey battles all the classic Disney Villains, and there's fireworks, pyrotechnics, and water fountains, and clips from classic Disney movies are projected onto a really big water fountain (basically just a wall of water). It's an awesome show. And if you can afford it, definitely go see Cirque du Soleil at Downtown Disney. It's mindblowing.

      Also, be sure to dine out at some of Walt Disney World's nicer restaurants. The California Grill, Narcoossee's, Le Cellier Steakhouse, the Coral Reef Restaurant, and the Yachtsman Steakhouse are some of our favorites.

      Hope I could help! Feel free to email me if you have any other questions.

  26. QUESTION:
    What's a good jazz dance song for 8 year-olds?
    I'm looking for a good song to use as a recital number for my 8 year old jazz class but am having trouble thinking of any good/appropriate songs to use. Any suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      River of dreams
      Billy Joel—
      Underneath the radar—underworld
      Dr. beat- Miami Sound Machine
      Music that you can dance to-The Sparks (Rad)
      Send me an angel—Real Life (Rad)
      Chilly Down—David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Magic dance-David Bowie (Labyrinth)
      Partyman-Prince (Batman)
      Batdance-Prince (batman)
      What’s the matter with love—Laurena Wilerson (Sing)
      Sledgehammer—Peter Gabriel
      Talking in your sleep—The Romantics
      Crystal Blue persuasion—Tommy James & The Shondells
      Abracadabra—Steve Miller Band
      Red red wine—UB40
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Set the night to music—Starship
      Dream Weaver—Gary Wright
      Kentucky Rain—Elvis
      An American Trilogy—Elvis

      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      Everybody wants to be a cat--Aristocats
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  27. QUESTION:
    What are some cute songs for 8 years old girls to dance to?
    This is for a dance competition. I don't want to use any Disney Channel songs. I want something cute, sassy, or something along those lines. Please help!!!

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care
      Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio
      Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song
      Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand
      Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator
      They Might be Giants—Istanbol, particle man, birdhouse in your soul
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab
      The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles
      Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
      Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)
      The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)
      Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)
      Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)
      Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)
      Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince
      Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E
      Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler
      Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead
      Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World
      Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight
      Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle
      Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake
      Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon
      Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower
      Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
      Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction
      Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love
      The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For
      Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts
      Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"
      Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder
      Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly
      Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love
      The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

  28. QUESTION:
    What's a good Disney song for a jazz/ballet routine?
    I work/dance at a dance studio and my instructor is searching for a Disney song for her jazz/ballet class to do a routine to. The whole recital is Disney themed but the song can be remixes, from a movie, show, anything really, as long as it is Disney. Do you know a good one, or maybe a couple?

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care
      Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio
      Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song
      Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand
      Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator
      They Might be Giants—Istanbol, particle man, birdhouse in your soul
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab
      The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles
      Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
      Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)
      The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)
      Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)
      Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)
      Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)
      Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince
      Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E
      Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler
      Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead
      Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World
      Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight
      Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle
      Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake
      Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon
      Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower
      Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
      Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction
      Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love
      The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For
      Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts
      Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"
      Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder
      Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly
      Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love
      The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

  29. QUESTION:
    What would be a good song for 5 year ol girls to dance to?
    We are hosting a little girl dance day at my school and I'm in charge of the 5 year olds, Bu I'm stuck. I want something cute and somethingthey will be happy to do

    • ANSWER:
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      Everybody wants to be a cat--Aristocats
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  30. QUESTION:
    What are things a couple visiting Disney World must do? We have never been there together.?
    We are going in January for a week. I want to do at least one day at each Disney park, a day at universal, and a day at downtown disney. Please give suggestions!

    • ANSWER:
      Magic Kingdom:
      -Try to get reservations to eat inside Cinderella's Castle. The restaurant is very romantic, and makes you feel like a princess. It is called "Cinderella's Royal Table". You'd call 1-407-wdw-dine to make reservations.

      -Visit Cinderella's Wishing Well, up the path to the right of the castle. It is mine & my husbands favorite place. We like to make a wish together each trip.

      -Paintbrush hunt at Tom Sawyer's Island. Each day, paintbrushes are hidden there, and if you find one and bring it to the raft captain you get a special prize. It's so much fun - we always do it. You want to be on one of the first rafts of the day to have a shot, although this is still a pretty well kept secret.

      -Watch the Wishes fireworks from the Polynesian Beach - best place to watch em! Very private & romantic. Just take the resort monorail from the park to the Poly and walk down to the beach.

      Epcot Center:
      -Get a times guide, look for Miyuki's candy making times in Japan. You have to go see her! She's amazing! If you're lucky, she will choose you to make a piece of candy for. Do a youtube search, you'll see what I mean about her being awesome.
      -Eat & Drink around the world. It's fun to visit each country, put on a hat & take pictures together for a scrapbook, and have a drink or something to eat.
      -Ride Spaceship Earth. The newest refurbishment of this ride takes a picture of the two of you, and it becomes part of the ride all the way til the end. Very cute!
      -Make sure you catch Illuminations! End of the day fireworks show.

      Hollywood Studios:
      -See Fantastmic, it's a great fireworks & character show at the end of the day in the Hollywood theater.
      -Try to get to this park at open, and grab a fast pass to Toy Story Mania. It's possibly the best ride in any on of the parks, and gets a 2-3 hour wait. If you get there early, you can grab a fastpass for it and come back later.
      -The new American Idol attraction will be opening, or may already have opened. If you like the show, you might want to see that.
      -Ride the Great Movie Ride, it's a classic!
      -If you do a "Hidden Mickey Hunt", this is the best park to do it at! Buy the Hidden Mickey 3rd edition book on Amazon - it's well worth the purchase. It's made for some very fun trips!

      You don't need a full day at Animal Kingdom, or Downtown Disney. Downtown Disney is more magical at night all lit up. Rainforest Cafe is fun, Portobello's has awesome food, and T-Rex just opened and looks great too. Take your time & visit all the stores, some are a little hidden in the back but worth a look!

      Another thing that would be nice for a couple is a romantic dinner at the Contemporary's California Grille. If you time it right, you can see the Wishes fireworks during dinner!

      Have fun!

  31. QUESTION:
    I want some meaningful disney quotes please?
    I love disney movies like The Little Mermaid Beauty and the Beast, and Cinderella. Quote syou can relate to life would be much appreciated=]

    • ANSWER:
      “If you live to be 100, I hope I live to be 100 minus 1 day, so I never have to live without you.” - Winnie the Pooh

      “Promise me you'll never forget me because if I thought you would I'd never leave.” - Winnie the Pooh

      “If the person you are talking to doesn't appear to be listening, be patient. It may simply be that he has a small piece of fluff in his ear.” - Winnie the Pooh

      “If there ever comes a day when we can't be together keep me in your heart, I'll stay there forever” - Winnie the Pooh

      “You can't stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.” - Winnie the Pooh

      “It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?"” - Winnie the Pooh

      “I used to believe in forever, but forever is too good to be true.” - Winnie the Pooh

      “The hardest part is what to leave behind, ... It's time to let go!” - Winnie the Pooh

      “Ridicule is the Burden of Genius.” - Daffy Duck

      “Every time you say you dont believe in fairies, a fairy dies.” - Peter Pan

      “So come with me, where dreams are born, and time is never planned. Just think of happy things, and your heart will fly on wings, forever, in Never Never Land!” - Peter Pan

      “All you need is trust and a little bit of pixie dust!” - Peter Pan

      “I'll teach you to ride on the wind's back, and away we go!” - Peter Pan

      “The Hogan Family.” - Peter Pan

      “Yes, that's my number ? try not to call after 10.” - Peter Pan

      “He damaged whatever legacy he has. When people think of him now, they think of molestation.” - Peter Pan

      “We are considering our options.” - Peter Pan

      “Since I was little, this is my favorite place to come.” - Peter Pan

  32. QUESTION:
    My eight year old is debating doing either a jazz or pom solo for this up coming dance season?
    We're trying to figure find music for either to make a decision..any ideas?

    • ANSWER:
      These songs are geared for "little kids", if you want more songs that would be good for jazz or pom (some could work) but a little "older", please email me and I'll send you a huge list.

      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care
      Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio
      Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song
      Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand
      Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator
      They Might be Giants—Istanbol, particle man, birdhouse in your soul
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab
      The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles
      Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
      Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)
      The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)
      Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)
      Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)
      Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)
      Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince
      Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E
      Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler
      Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead
      Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World
      Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight
      Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle
      Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake
      Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon
      Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower
      Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
      Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction
      Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love
      The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For
      Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts
      Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"
      Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder
      Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly
      Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love
      The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

  33. QUESTION:
    Ideas for cute kid songs for a dance class I teach?
    I teach a pre-dance class at my dance studio and it's for 3-4 year olds. I need ideas for a song to use for their recital dance, I want a really cute song that has a good beat to dance to. Please help!?!?
    Please write the name of the song and who sings it, if you know. Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      Everybody wants to be a cat--Aristocats
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks )
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  34. QUESTION:
    what are some good, clean songs for children to dance to?
    I will be teaching a group of children from the ages 3 to 6 in about a week. I am looking for some good clean songs that the kids and I can have a good time with.

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      Everybody wants to be a cat--Aristocats
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      Lavender’s blue (so dear to my heart)
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  35. QUESTION:
    What are some good movies for preteens?
    we're having a party and there are going to be 5 people there. One is 9, one is 10, and 3 are 12. There are boys and girls, so it has to be good for both. And, it can't be anything too violent, sweary, or scary.

    • ANSWER:
      Well idk what is considered "Too Much" of those things but here are a few ideas some are a little more adult then others but I believe them all to be fit for the most part my 4yo sister watches or has watched almost all of these

      Sleepover
      Cinderella Story
      The Princess Diaries (1&2)
      High School Musical (1,2&3)
      She's The Man
      Hairspray (Musical)
      Spiderman (1,2&3)
      X-Men (1,2&3)
      Pirates of the Caribbean (All)
      Scooby Doo (1&2)
      The Game Plan
      I Am Number 4
      Gremlins
      Beetlejuice

      I named some but usually almost anything Disney would be okay!

      But I say check with the kids parents some have totally different views on what's okay and what's not!

  36. QUESTION:
    What would be a good song for 9 year old girls to dance to?
    they hate elvis! we just cant find a song for them!

    • ANSWER:
      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      Everybody wants to be a cat--Aristocats
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      Lavender’s blue (so dear to my heart)
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  37. QUESTION:
    What Disney movies did each song come from?
    1. Some day my prince will come
    2. He lives in you
    3. Strangers like me
    4. So this is love
    5. Be our guest
    6. Part of your World
    7. Colours of the wind
    8. Go the Distance
    9. Reflection
    10. A whole new World

    • ANSWER:
      1.Snow white
      2.Lion king
      3.Tarzan
      4.Cinderella
      5.Beauty and beast
      6.Little Mermaid
      7.Pocahontas
      8.Hercules
      9.Mulan
      10.Aladdin

  38. QUESTION:
    I need some cute and fun songs to make a dance to for little boys?
    I am on a high school dance squad and I have to make up a dance for boys. this may be all ages but most likely it will be little boys. last year they did a country theme and I hate to do that again but I cant think of any songs that would be good for them. does anyone have any suggestions? I would also take the country song suggestions too!

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care
      Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio
      Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song
      Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand
      Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator
      They Might be Giants—Istanbul, particle man, birdhouse in your soul
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab
      The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles
      Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
      Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)
      The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)
      Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)
      Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)
      Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)
      Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince
      Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E
      Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler
      Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead
      Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World
      Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight
      Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle
      Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake
      Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon
      Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower
      Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
      Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction
      Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love
      The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For
      Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts
      Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"
      Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder
      Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly
      Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love
      The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat

  39. QUESTION:
    how do i do this hair for my graduation?
    8th grade graduation is comming up and i really love the hairstyle hilary duff had in a cinderella story. i have two pictures http://thecia.com.au/reviews/c/images/cinderella-story-1.jpg

    http://www.desktopexchange.com/gallery/albums/Movie-Wallpapers/Cinderella_story_2_1024.jpg

    what type of curling iron and what size do i need? and what part should i curl? how do i pull it back like her too and make it stay there.
    my hair is about 3 inches past my shoulder and i have side bangs.

    • ANSWER:
      Hi there 8th grader.

      The hair you like looks very beautiful and I am not surprised it's your dreamed hair style. If you can have some one doing it at home? 3/4 inch curling iron work best. Make sure your hair is perfectly dried. Section your hair to about 1 inch and work from the back of your hair. Slightly spray some hair spray before you start curling it this way your curls will last longer plus it will shine once it's curled. Using bobby pins or hair pins to secured your hair one side at a time. Fix your bangs as you wish and spray one more time all over. Finish with a mist of shine product to keep your night a Cinderella's night.

  40. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know any age appropriate songs for little girls to dance to?
    I'm teaching the age range 3 yrs to 12 yrs. They dance in competitions that don't allow cursing, innapropriate words or OVERLY sexual things. I need funky upbeat songs for them to let lose to and dance hip-hop to. Thanks in advance! :)

    • ANSWER:
      Video game/ theme song remixes—
      Tetris
      Super Mario Brothers
      Metroid
      Contra
      Star Fox
      Smurfs
      Ninja Gaiden
      Pink Panther
      Chariots of Fire
      Superman
      Ghostbusters
      Phantom of the Opera
      Scooby Doo

      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      Everybody wants to be a cat--Aristocats
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      Lavender’s blue (so dear to my heart)
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  41. QUESTION:
    Dance music ideas for lyrical and hip hop?
    At school a group of girls including me are making up a dance for a dance show, we need a song though. Our theme is Insecure nightmares and beautiful dreams, we want music that at parts is lyrical and at part hip hop, it needs to start lyrical. It's like a battle between the dreams and nightmares, beautiful dreams is the lyrical and insecure nightmares is the hip hop, we need a balance of both, thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      Instrumentals
      Evanescence –Eternal, Demise, Ascension of the spirit
      Pink Floyd—Marooned, Terminal frost, Interstellar Overdrive, Absolutely Curtains, Mudmen, Obscured by clouds, One of these days (1 line of lyrics), Any colour you like, Atom heart mother, Cluster 1, On the run, Pow R Toc H, Several small species of animals gather together in a cave & grooving with a pict, Signs of life, Sysyphus part 1-4, The grand vizier’s garden party parts 1-4, When you’re in
      Metallica (instrumentals)-- (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth (Kill 'Em All), The Call of Ktulu (Ride the Lightning and the S&M album), Orion (Master of Puppets), To Live is to Die (...And Justice for All), The Ecstasy of Gold (S& M) , Suicide & Redemption (Death Magnetic)
      from the movie Legend- The unicorn theme , The Cottage , Darkness, The Dance, The fairies
      from the movie Dracula-Love eternal, Love remembered, The storm, Lucy’s party
      from the movie Dragonheart -World of your heart, Flight to Avalon, Draco, to the stars, main theme
      from the movie Ladyhawke -main theme, She was sad at first, Phillippe describes Isabeau
      from the movie the Princess Bride-- The cliffs of insanity, I will never love again, The fireswamp & rodent of unusual size
      Alborada (A dawn of many colors album)- Ode to a woman, Mountain Melody
      Ceol Mor—(Celtic Passages Album)--Enchanted forest, The mountains at dawn, Sparkling river
      Show me your fire truck—Backdraft
      Top Gun Anthem
      Star Wars movie soundtracks
      Star Trek Movie soundtracks
      Avatar movie soundtrack
      Stargate soundtrack
      Frankenstein-Edgar Winter Group
      Sleepwalk-Santo & Johnny
      Midnight cowboy—Faith no more
      The Brazilian—Genesis
      Last of the wilds-Nightwish
      Moondance—Nightwish
      Fly-Sarah Brightman
      Ghosts 1-4 (album)—NIN (double album of instrumentals)
      7 Sirens & A Silver Tear—Sirenia
      Perversion 99—Rob Zombie
      Transylvania—Iron Maiden
      Magica Theme-Dio
      Fire Dance, Holy Light—Stratovarius
      Black Mountain Slide—Led Zeppelin
      Soothsayer—Buckethead
      Angi-Paul Simon
      Black Star—Yngwie Malsteen
      Angel of the Dead-Epica
      Running up that hill (album—any song) by Sysyphe
      Ataraxia—Emeraude
      Cusco-Eros & Psyche, the nine muses, lake of the Ozarks, the hunt, north easter, kokopellis dream, Australia, milky way (and just about any other song of theirs)
      Birth of a penguin—Batman Returns
      A call to Arms—Glory Soundtrack
      Enya-From where I am, Tea house moon, storms in Africa
      Entheogenic-Fire horse & storm
      Valdi Sabev---daydream
      Amethystium-enchantment, break of dawn, ascension, meadowland, dream dance
      Koan-unique moment (green mix), flying cities, Odysseus under the old tree, forgotten path, night flight on a sea dragon (green mix), underwater moonlight (blue mix), crying prozerpine (blue mix), hidden place (green mix)

      Hip Hop/Breakdance

      Beastie Boys--Remote Control, Super disco Breakin, Sabotage, Intergalatic, Brass Monkey
      Eminem-- Daddy’s gone crazy, Lose Yourself, Will the real slim shady, Won’t back down, I’m not afraid, Cinderella Man, Love the way you lie, Almost Famous
      C&C Music Factory, I got the power, Pump up the volume, Gonna make you sweat, rock & roll
      TLC-- No Scrubs, Waterfalls
      Will Smith—Summertime, Wild Wild west, Men in black, parents just don’t understand
      Afrika Bambaataa-- Planet Rock, Breaker’s revenge
      Britney Spears—Womanizer, Gasoline, 3
      Outkast --Ms. Jackson, Polaroid, bombs over Baghdad
      Technotronic-- This beat is technotronic, Move this
      Kraftwerk-Tour De France, robots
      Flo Rida – Low, elevator
      Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock—Joy & Pain, It Takes two
      Freestyle—Don’t Stop the rock, It’s AuToMaTic
      Hashim—We’re rocking the planet
      It’s tricky—Run Dmc
      Now you see it now you don’t—Pitbull
      Bleeding love—Leona Lewis
      Patron Tequila—Paradiso Girls
      Gravel Pit—Wu tang Clan
      Wild thing—Tone Loc
      Music—Madonna
      Mortal Kombat Theme
      Space Jam theme
      Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme from space jam)
      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (Fern Gully)
      There is a light—Nick Cave (Batman Forever)
      The riddler—Method Man (Batman Forever)
      Dirty—Christina Aguilera
      Hip hop hooray—Naughty by Nature
      Square dance rap—Sir Mix a lot
      Man Parrish—Hip Hop, be Bop (Don’t stop)
      It began in Africa—Chemical Brothers
      Shake your pom pom—Missy Elliot
      Supersonic—JJ Fad
      Groove is the heart—Dee Lite
      Butterfly (Japenese Techno)—DJ Mystik
      OPP-Naughty By nature
      Axel F (Beverly Hills Cop)
      Freak-a-zoid—Midnight Star
      Push it—Salt N Pepa
      When I grow up—Pussycat Dolls
      Work it out--Lil Jon featuring Pitbull
      Last call—midi mafia
      ET-Katy Perry
      Empire state of mind—JayZ and Alicia Keys
      Reptile-Nine Inch Nails
      Hollarback Girl—Gwen Stefani
      Newcleus—Jam on it
      Debbie Deb—When I hear music (original 12”)
      Cybotron—Clear
      I am woman-Jordin Sparks
      International Love-Pitbull Fea. Chris Brown
      Songs by Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, Fat Boy Silm

  42. QUESTION:
    Does anyone have a list of Disney princesses' movies that have part 2?
    Aside from The Little Mermaid?
    Which is the "The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea".

    Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      Cinderella (had 3 films)
      Cinderella
      Cinderella II: Dreams Come True
      Cinderella III: A Twist in Time

      Belle (had 5 films)
      Beauty and the Beast
      Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
      Belle's Magical World
      Belle's Tales of Friendship
      Sing Me a Story with Belle

      Ariel (had 3 films & 1 t.v. show)
      The Little Mermaid
      The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
      The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning

      Princess Jasmine (had 3 films)
      Aladdin
      The Return of Jafar
      Aladdin and the King of Thieves

      Pocahontas (had 2 films)
      Pocahontas
      Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World

      Mulan (had 2 films)
      Mulan
      Mulan II

      Tiana (had 1 film)
      The Princess and the Frog

      Rapunzel (had 2 films)
      Tangled
      Tangled Ever After

      Sleeping Beauty (had 2 films)
      Sleeping Beauty
      Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams (with Jasmine)

      Snow White (had 1 film)
      Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

  43. QUESTION:
    Good song to sing for KIDZ Bop Star audition...?
    I need a good song that shows off my range, but still has a good melody. Probably something more popular, like pop, or a disney movie song, would be good. I'm a high soprano with a wide range. Tell me what you think!
    Good suggestions.
    Just keep in mind that this is for Kidz Bop, so it needs to stay fairly kid friendly. PG. ;)

    • ANSWER:
      If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc (From Fern Gully)
      A dream is a wish your heart makes –Cinderella
      So this is love--Cinderella
      Batty Rap—Robin Williams (Fern Gully)
      Disco Mickey Mouse (Disco Mickey Mouse album)
      Mousetrap (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      I Wanna be like you (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Macho Duck (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Watch out for Goofy (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Welcome to Rio (Disco Mickey Mouse)
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Can you feel the love tonight—Lion King
      There is only 1 of you—Animanaics
      U.N. Me—Animanaics
      I’m Cute—Animanaics
      I’ll take an island—Animanaics
      Quake! A Quake!—Animanaics
      Monkey song—Animanaics
      Chilly Down—Labyrinth
      Magic dance—Labyrinth
      God help the outcasts-Hunchback of Notre Dame
      Everybody wants to be a cat--Aristocats
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Dumb Dog—Annie
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      See you later alligator—Bill Haley & the Comets
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Let’s go to the movies—Annie
      Hard knock life—Annie
      Wild wild west—Will Smith
      Summertime—Will Smith
      Men in Black—Will Smith
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      Lavender’s blue (so dear to my heart)
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      "A Whole New World" (Aladdin)
      "Circle of Life" (The Lion King)
      "Beauty and the Beast" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Under the Sea" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Hakuna Matata" (The Lion King)
      "Kiss the Girl" (The Little Mermaid)
      "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" (The Lion King)
      "Poor Unfortunate Souls" (The Little Mermaid)
      "Jolly Holiday" (Mary Poppins)
      "A Spoonful of Sugar" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Get Together" (The Parent Trap)
      "The Ugly Bug Ball" (Summer Magic)
      "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" (Song of the South)
      "Love Is a Song" (Bambi)
      "Some Day My Prince Will Come" (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      "Be Our Guest" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Part of Your World" (The Little Mermaid)
      "One Jump Ahead" (Aladdin)
      "Something There" (Beauty & The Beast)
      "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (Mary Poppins)
      "Candle on the Water" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Main Street Electrical Parade" (Disneyland)
      "The Age of Not Believing" (Bedknobs & Broomsticks
      "The Bare Necessities" (The Jungle Book)
      "Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)" (Mary Poppins)
      "Let's Go Fly a Kite" (Mary Poppins)
      "It's a Small World (After All)" (1963 New York World's Fair)
      "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" (The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland)
      "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" (Cinderella)
      "When You Wish upon a Star" (Pinocchio)
      "Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
      "You've Got a Friend in Me" (Toy Story)
      "Be Prepared" (The Lion King)
      "Out There" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
      "Heffalumps and Woozles" (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      "Portobello Road" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Stay Awake" (Mary Poppins)
      "I Wanna Be like You" (The Jungle Book)
      "Oo-De-Lally" (Robin Hood)
      "Are We Dancing" (The Happiest Millionaire)
      "Once Upon a Dream" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Pink Elephants on Parade" (Dumbo)
      "Little April Shower" (Bambi)
      "Just Around the Riverbend" (Pocahontas)
      "Oogie Boogie's Song" (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      "Substitutiary Locomotion" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Love" (Robin Hood)
      "Thomas O'Malley Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "That's What Friends Are For" (The Jungle Book)
      "The Siamese Cat Song" (Lady and the Tramp)
      "Oh, Sing Sweet Nightingale" (Cinderella)
      "I Wonder" (Sleeping Beauty)
      "Baby Mine" (Dumbo)
      “Steady As the Beating Drum" (Pocahontas)
      "Belle" (Beauty and the Beast)
      "Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (So Dear to My Heart)
      "A Step in the Right Direction" (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)
      "Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too)" (Pete's Dragon)
      "Everybody Wants to Be a Cat" (The Aristocats)
      "When I See an Elephant Fly" (Dumbo)
      "I've Got No Strings" (Pinocchio)

  44. QUESTION:
    what are some movies with magic mirrors?
    There was a movie that I seen along time ago that was long and it has a wolf in it... the wolf was trying to help a girl get a mirror so she can find her way home ... eventualy she likes the wolf man and she gets prego

    • ANSWER:
      The 10th Kingdom aka The Tenth Kingdom (2000 TV miniseries)
      IMDb synopsis:
      Two centuries after Snow White and Cinderella had their adventures, the Nine Kingdoms ready themselves for the coronation of Prince Wendel, Snow White's grandson, to the throne of the Fourth Kingdom. But an evil once-queen has freed herself from prison, and turns the prince into a golden retriever. Wendel, by means of a magic mirror, escapes into a hitherto-unknown Tenth Kingdom (modern-day New York City) and meets Virginia and her father, Tony. Pursued by trolls, cops, and A WOLF IN MAN'S FORM {my caps}, the three blunder back into the Nine Kingdoms and begin their adventures to restore Wendel to his human form and throne and to find THE MAGIC MIRROR {my caps} that will take Tony and Virginia back home, all the while unknowing that Virginia already has a connection to the Nine Kingdoms that may prove deadly before we reach Happily Ever After.
      Hooray! It's been restored to YouTube! Here's Part 1 of Episode 1:

      Other movies which feature magic mirrors are:
      Alice in Wonderland & Alice Through the Looking Glass (1985 TV miniseries)
      Magic in the Mirror & Magic in the Mirror 2: Fowl Play
      Snow White: A Tale of Terror
      Jack the Giant Killer
      The Magic Sword
      The Hugga Bunch
      Legend

      There are many horror movies featuring mirrors, but all of the above are fantasy films.

  45. QUESTION:
    whats a good teen girl movie on youtube?
    my tv went out and i need to watch a movie because im super borde! help i want a free chick flick on youtube it can be in parts i dont care but it has to be funny like the movie Wild child or She's the Man! thx oh and i will pick a best answer!

    • ANSWER:
      -sleepover
      -10 things i hate about you
      - clueless (i think its on there)
      thats all the teen movies i can think of thats on youtube but here are some good teen girl movies i know of that you can watch on other occasions and do you have to use youtube? i know a really good site where pretty much any movie is on there and the site is free: 1channel.ch
      here are the movies:
      Aquamarine
      Mean Girls 1 & 2
      Freaky Friday
      John Tucker Must Die
      Bring It On Series (all five films)
      Teen Spirit
      A Cinderella Story
      Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
      17 Again
      Material Girls
      I Love You, Beth Cooper
      love at first hiccup
      You Again
      Picture This
      She's All That
      What a Girl Wants
      Bend It Like Beckham
      Stick It
      It's a Girl Boy Thing
      Ice Princess
      Cow Belles
      The New Guy
      Raise Your Voice
      Can't Buy Me Love
      Geek Charming
      A Walk To Remember
      Drive Me Crazy
      Sydney White
      Fired Up
      New York Minute
      The Hot Chick
      Uptown Girls
      Chasing Liberty
      Easy A
      This Means War
      Confessions of a Shopaholic

  46. QUESTION:
    what movie is this, possibly a walt disney movie?
    so there is this movie, and its racking my mind cause i dont know what its called!
    its kinda like cinderella, but the girl is dark skinned i THINK.
    and its not animated its real people, and its not ever after!

    just list all the non animated movies that are like cinderella !

    • ANSWER:
      Cinderella (1997 TV movie)
      starring Brandy Norwood as Cinderella, Bernadette Peters as Cinderella's stepmother, Paolo Montalban as Prince Christopher, Whoopi Goldberg as Queen Constantina, Victor Garber as King Maximillian, Whitney Houston as Fairy Godmother
      IMDb synopsis:
      In this Rogers & Hammerstein musical version of the classical fairy tale, where only the genetic miscasting surpasses the implausibility of most colors and sets, a royal heir is as bored with court life as fascinated with commoners lives, but his mother commands another grand ball in his name. He concedes to attend only if another lack of acceptable marital candidates wins him the right to switch to a selection process of his choice. However, Cinderella, a black stepdaughter (de facto maid) gets to attend till midnight by the magic of her fairy godmother and, unlike her hideous stepsisters, is the only one to capture his heart. So, when she rushes off, he orders every young woman in kingdom to try to fit her left-behind glass slipper.
      Here's Part 1 on YouTube:

      TRIVIA:
      Lesley Ann Warren made her acting debut as the lead in Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Cinderella" when it premiered in 1965 on television. Her prince was played by Stuart Damon. (It's a wonderful version!)

  47. QUESTION:
    want to surprise my child with a disney world trip?
    she'll be 6 when we go and ill be taking her in october for her birthday. What are some good ways to surprise her with a trip. I seen this one where this mom gave her kid a backpack as an early present and after the child had pulled out all the items the mom had her guess where she was going but i'd like some more ideas if possible.

    • ANSWER:
      Aww! That is so adorable! I wish my parents would've thought of something cute for me! haha but anyways, if I was 6, I would've LOVED being surprised about going to disney! I've thought of some ideas for you -

      1) Settle in to watch a family movie together. But when the movie starts…wait! It’s not really a movie. It’s a video you’ve put together with scenes from Disney, put in some disney music in there, maybe some scenes of the hotel that you are going to be staying at, hey why not! - a personal message from you concluding with a happy birthday!

      2) Tell your daughter that you are going to go somewhere special on that day. Set up a scavenger hunt in which you could spell out the place you were going, and when it spells disney, SURPRISE!

      3) As a birthday present, buy her a princess dress from one of her favorite princesses of all time! cinderella, belle from beauty and the beast. Tell her that that special princess has invited your daughter to disney world for her birthday!

      4) Take your daughter to the airport and tell her you are visiting a relative for her birthday as part of her birthday gift. Tell her the relative has a nice surprise for her. Then you will end up in disney and she will be very surprised! (caution: make sure it is not a relative in which she will be dissapointed about not seeing.

      5) On the morning of her birthday, have a cake shaped as mickey and have the cake read "Happy Birthday (Insert Name)! You're going to disney world! She will be shocked!!

      I hope these helped! :)

  48. QUESTION:
    What are some good Korean Movies?
    My friends and I like to watch international movies a lot, and we're trying to find some South Korean movies to watch. The ones that we've watched before and loved were Sad Movie, Millionaire's First Love, A Tale of Two Sisters, Hansel and Gretel, and Once Upon a Time in High School.

    Does anyone know of some like these?

    • ANSWER:
      [Korean]
      THIRST
      Bedevilled
      The Chaser
      Taegukgi
      Old Boy
      71: Into the Fire
      Bunshinsaba
      Death Bell
      Baby and Me
      Cinderella
      Cello
      Loner
      The Wig
      The Host
      The Dollmaster
      Aarang
      Muoi
      The Red Shoes
      Million
      Bloody Reunion
      Voice
      Whispering Corridors
      The Case Of Itaewon Homicide
      Just Friends - on Youtube [30 mins]
      The Postcard - on Youtube [30 mins]
      Boy Meets Boy - on Youtube [30 mins]

      Rattle Rattle [Japanese. part of the Kowaii Onna(Scary woman series) on Youtube]
      Japanese Horror Anthologies [Scroll down and watch them. They're pretty good. I saw them all already lol]
      Battle Royale - [Japanese]

      http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Japanese+Horror+Anthology&oq=Japanese+Horror+Anthology&aq=f&aqi=g5&aql=&gs_l=youtube.12..0l5.1998.8073.0.8533.29.23.2.4.4.2.576.2847.9j11j2j5-1.23.0...0.0._p3v41AiANM

      Villain - [Japanese]
      Carved - [Japanese]
      Guinea Pig series (I recommend Mermaid in the Manhole) - [Japanese]
      Uzumaki [Japanese]
      Suicide Club [Japanese]
      Ju-On - [Japanese]
      One Missed Call [Japanese]

      Dumplings - [Chinese]

      Meat Grinder - [Thai]

      Yeah. I watch a lot.

  49. QUESTION:
    i want to know all the names of michael jackson's songs and albums?
    does anyone know the albums and songs from every album he has ever made. I wasn't a huger fan of him but now i am and i really want to know his songs and also does anyone know if he ever made a movie?

    • ANSWER:
      album: "Got To Be There" (1972)

      Ain't No Sunshine
      I Wanna Be Where You Are
      Girl Don't Take Your Love From Me
      In Our Small Way
      Got To Be There
      Rockin' Robin
      Wings Of My Love
      Maria (You Were The Only One)
      Love Is Here And Now You're Gone
      You've Got A Friend

      album: "Ben" (1972)

      Ben
      The Greatest Show On Earth
      People Make The World Go Round
      We've Got A Good Thing Going
      Everybody's Somebody's Fool
      My Girl
      What Goes Around Comes Around
      In Our Small Way
      Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day
      You Can Cry On My Shoulder

      album: "Music & Me" (1973)

      With A Child's Heart
      Up Again
      All The Things You Are
      Happy
      Too Young
      Doggin' Around
      Johnny Raven
      Euphoria
      Morning Glow
      Music & Me

      album: "Forever, Michael" (1975)

      We're Almost There
      Take Me Back
      One Day In Your Life
      Cinderella Stay Awhile
      We've Got Forever
      Just A Little Bit Of You
      You Are There
      Dapper Dan (Freestyle)
      Dear Michael
      I'll Come Home To You

      album: "Off The Wall" (1979)

      Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough
      Rock With You*
      Working Day And Night
      Get On the Floor
      Off The Wall*
      Girlfriend
      She's Out Of My Life
      I Can't Help It
      It's The Falling In Love
      Burn The Disco Out

      album: "Thriller" (1982)

      Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
      Baby Be Mine
      The Girl Is Mine
      Thriller*
      Beat It
      Billie Jean
      Human Nature*
      P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
      The Lady In My Life
      Carousel

      album: "Bad" (1987)

      Bad
      The Way You Make Me Feel
      Speed Demon
      Liberian Girl
      Just Good Friends
      Another Part Of Me
      Man In The Mirror
      I Just Can't Stop Loving You
      Dirty Diana
      Smooth Criminal
      Leave Me Alone
      Streetwalker [2001 Special Edition]
      Fly Away [2001 Special Edition]

      album: "Dangerous" (1991)

      Jam
      Why You Wanna Trip On Me
      In The Closet
      She Drives Me Wild*
      Remember The Time
      Can't Let Her Get Away
      Heal The World
      Black Or White
      Who Is It
      Give In To Me
      Will You Be There
      Keep The Faith
      Gone Too Soon
      Dangerous

      album: "HIStory - Past, Present And Future - Book 1" (1995)

      Scream*
      They Don't Care About Us
      Stranger In Moscow
      This Time Around
      Earth Song
      D.S.
      Money
      Come Together
      You Are Not Alone
      Childhood
      Tabloid Junkie
      2 Bad
      HIStory
      Little Susie
      Smile

      album: "Blood On The Dance Floor - HIStory In The Mix" (1997)

      Blood On The Dance Floor
      Morphine
      Superfly Sister
      Ghosts
      Is It Scary?

      album: "Invincible" (2001)

      Unbreakable
      Heartbreaker
      Invincible
      Break Of Dawn
      Heaven Can Wait
      You Rock My World*
      Butterflies
      Speechless
      2000 Watts
      You Are My Life
      Don't Walk Away
      Privacy
      Cry
      The Lost Children
      Whatever Happens
      Threatened

      other songs:

      Butterflies (Remix)
      Elizabeth, I Love You
      Hot Street
      Nite Line
      On The Line
      One More Chance
      Someone In The Dark
      Trouble
      We're The World (USA For Africa)

  50. QUESTION:
    Jazzy song suggestions for 8 year old first solo?
    Song suggestions for first dance solo please. Nothing grown up, age appropriate. Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      Kid’s Songs (Disney & More)

      Jem & the Holograms--When It’s only me & the music, I Got my eye on you, Universal Appeal, Depends on the mood I’m in, People who care
      Disco Mickey Mouse Album- Disco Mickey Mouse, Mousetrap, Macho Duck , Watch out for Goofy, Welcome to Rio
      Animanaics—There is only 1 of you, U.N. Me, I’m Cute, I’ll take an island, Quake! A Quake!, Monkey song
      Will Smith-- Wild wild west, Summertime, Men in Black, parents just don’t understand
      Bill Haley & the Comets--ABC Boogie, See you later alligator
      Rockin Robin—Bobby Day
      Who’s Johnny-El Debarge
      Inspector Gadget theme (ska verison)—Ska king Crab
      The Bumblebee tuna song (ska verison)—Mephiskapheles
      Head to toe—Lisa Lisa & the Cult Jam
      Labyrinth--Chilly Down, Magic dance
      Rainbow Connection—Kermit the frog
      Annie-- Dumb Dog, Let’s go to the movies, Hard knock life
      Muppet show theme
      Purple people eater—Sheb Wooley
      Happy trails—Sons of the pioneers
      Who put the bop—The Big Bopper
      Baby Bumblebee
      Fraggle Rock theme
      Farmer in the dell
      Hokey pokey
      Puff the magic dragon—Peter, Paul & Mary
      Yankee Doodle Dandy—James Cagney
      My bonnie lies over the ocean
      Monster mash
      Yellow polka dot bikini
      Witch doctor
      I have the power—She-ra: Secret of the sword
      Raining Sunshine - Miranda Cosgrove (cloudy w/ a chance of meatballs)
      Let's Get Together (The Parent Trap)
      The Ugly Bug Ball (Summer Magic)
      Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Song of the South)
      Are We Dancing (The Happiest Millionaire)
      Oogie Boogie's Song (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
      Heffalumps and Woozles (Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day)
      Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)-- (So Dear to My Heart)
      Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
      Some Day My Prince Will Come (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
      You've Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story)
      The Siamese Cat Song (Lady and the Tramp)
      Space Jam—theme song, Hit ‘Em High (Monstars theme)
      Batman-Partyman-Prince, Batdance-Prince
      Fern Gully--Toxic Love—Tim Curry, If I’m gonna eat somebody it might as well be you—Tone Loc, A dream worth keeping—Sheena E
      Oliver & Co-- Once Upon a time in NYC-Billy Joel, Perfect isn’t easy-Bette Midler
      Aladdin--A Whole New World, One Jump Ahead
      Little Mermaid--Under the Sea, Kiss the Girl, Poor Unfortunate Souls, Part of Your World
      Lion King--Circle of Life, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait to Be King, Be Prepared, Can you feel the love tonight
      Beauty and the Beast--Beauty and the Beast, Be Our Guest, Something There, Belle
      Mary Poppins--Jolly Holiday, A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Feed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag), Let's Go Fly a Kite, Stay Awake
      Pete's Dragon--Candle on the Water, Boo Bop Bopbop Bop (I Love You, Too), I swear I saw a dragon
      Bambi-- Love Is a Song, Little April Shower
      Disneyland--Main Street Electrical Parade, It's a Small World (After All), The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room
      Bedknobs & Broomsticks--The Age of Not Believing, Portobello Road, Substitutiary Locomotion, A Step in the Right Direction
      Cinderella--Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale, A dream is a wish your heart makes, So this is love
      The Jungle Book--The Bare Necessities, I Wanna Be like You, That's What Friends Are For
      Pinocchio--When You Wish upon a Star, I've Got No Strings
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame-- Out There, God help the outcasts
      Pocahontas--Colors of the Wind, Just Around the Riverbend, Steady As the Beating Drum"
      Sleeping Beauty-- Once Upon a Dream, I Wonder
      Dumbo--Pink Elephants on Parade, Baby Mine, When I See an Elephant Fly
      Robin Hood--Oo-De-Lally, Love
      The Aristocats--Thomas O'Malley Cat, Everybody Wants to Be a Cat
      OLDIES (50s-70s)

      Songs by Elvis Presley
      The Coasters—Little Egypt, Charlie Brown, Yakety Yak, Along came Jones, Zing went the strings of my heart, Poison Ivy, Get an ugly girl to marry you, Searchin’, Love potion #9
      Bill Haley & the Comets—Shake Rattle & Roll, Rock around the clock, See you later alligator, R-O-C-K, Skinny Minnie, Razzle Dazzle, burn that candle, staggar lee, rock the joint, ABC Boogie
      Will you still love me tomorrow—The Shirelles
      The Beach Boys—Fun Fun Fun, California Girls, Surfer Girl, Surfin’ USA, good vibrations, I get around, Barbara Ann, Help me Rhonda, Don’t worry baby, God only knows, When I Grow up, little deuce coupe, Kokomo, do you wanna dance, in my room
      Jan & Dean—Surf City, Drag city, dead man’s curve, little old lady from Pasadena, ride the wild surf, sidewalk surfin’
      Earth Angel—The Penguins
      In the Still of the night—the 5 Satins
      16 candles—The Crests
      Chapel of Love—The Hitmakers
      Silhouettes—The Rays
      Smoke gets in your eyes—The Platters
      Jezebel-Frankie Laine
      Ain’t it a shame—Pat Boone
      Venus-Shocking Blue
      Spirit in the sky—Norman Greenbaum
      Hitchin’ a ride—Vanity Fare
      War—Edwin Starr
      Draggin’ the line—Tommy James
      Jungle Fever-Chakachas
      Bad, bad Leroy Brown—Jim Croce
      We’ll sing in the sunshine—Gale Garnett
      Rocking Pneumonia & the Boogie woogie flu—Huey Piano Smith & the Clowns


cinderella movie part 1

Disney Films List 23

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    How many Disney Films can you name without looking them up?
    There Are A lot :D
    Be sure to list the ones you know!

    • ANSWER:
      1. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
      2. Sleeping beauty
      3. Cinderella
      4. Aladdin
      5. The Lion King
      6. The Little Mermaid
      7. Beauty and the Beast
      8. Mulan
      9. The Little Mermaid: Ariels begining
      10. Pinocchio
      11. Fanstasia
      12. The Aristocats
      13. The Jungle Book
      14. Princess and the Frog
      15. A Bug's Life
      16. Toy story
      17. Toy Story 2
      18. Mulan 2
      19. The lion king 1 and a 1/2
      20. The lion king 2
      21. The jungle book 2
      22. The Fox and the Hound
      23. The fox and the Hound 2
      24. Bambi
      25. Bambi 2
      26. The Sorcecer's Stone
      27. The rescuers
      28. Oliver and company
      29. Fanstasia 2000
      30. Hercules
      31. Peter Pan
      32. Peter pan: return to neverland
      31. Song of the South
      32. Alice in Wonderland
      33. Mary Poppins
      34. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
      35. Brother Bear
      36. Brother Bear 2
      37. Finding nemo
      38. Ratatouille
      39. The Incredibles
      40. Monster Inc
      41. Up
      42. A Christmas carol
      43. Meet the robisons
      44. Chicken Little
      45. Spirit
      46. Pirates of the carribean: the curse of the black pearl
      47. Pirates of the carribean : dead Man's Chest
      48. Pirates of the carribean : at world's end
      49. High school musical 1,2,3 (so sucky they count as one)
      50. Hannah montana concert and movie and the Jonas brothers the 3d experience(same)
      51. Lady and the Tramp
      52. The Black cauldron

  2. QUESTION:
    Can someone give me a list of PG or G movies that are coming out through August?
    Please give me a list of those movies and their release dates and a short description of what theyre about.

    • ANSWER:
      7 W G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Paramount Dir., Stephen Sommers; Scr., Stuart Beattie; Cast, Channing Tatum, Christopher Eccleston, Sienna Miller, Dennis Quaid, Rachel Nichols, Ray Park, Marlon Wayans, Arnold Vosloo, Joseph Gordon-Levitt [20]
      Julie & Julia Columbia Pictures Dir. Nora Ephron; Amy Adams, Meryl Streep, Stanley Tucci [21]
      L Cold Souls Journeyman Pictures Dir. & Scr., Sophie Barthes Casr Paul Giamatti, Emily Watson, Dina Korzun, David Strathairn, Katheryn Winnick, Lauren Ambrose, Boris Kievsky [22]
      Paper Heart Overture Films Charlyne Yi, Michael Cera [23]
      14 W Bandslam Walden Media Dir. Tod Graff; Scrn. Dan Berendsen; Cast, Gaelan Connell, Alyson Michalka, Vanessa Hudgens, Scott Porter, Lisa Kudrow [24]
      District 9 Screen Gems Dir. Neill Blomkamp; Cast: Sharlto Copley, Jason Cope, David James, Mandla Gaduka, William Allen Young [25]
      The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard Paramount Vantage Jeremy Piven, Ving Rhames, James Brolin, David Koechner, Kathryn Hahn, Ed Helms, Jordana Spiro, Craig Robinson [26]
      A Perfect Getaway Universal Timothy Olyphant, Milla Jovovich, Marley Shelton, Steve Zahn, Kiele Sanchez, Chris Hemsworth [27]
      Ponyo Walt Disney Pictures/Studio Ghibli Dir., Hayao Miyazaki; Cast, Noah Cyrus, Frankie Jonas, Tina Fey, Matt Damon, Liam Neeson, Cate Blanchett, Lily Tomlin, Cloris Leachman, Betty White, Madison Davenport [28]
      The Time Traveler's Wife New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.) Eric Bana, Rachel McAdams, Ron Livingston, Jane McLean [29]
      L It Might Get Loud Sony Pictures Classics Dir. Davis Guggenheim; Cast: Jack White, Jimmy Page, The Edge [30]
      Spread Anchor Bay Entertainment Dir. David Mackenzie; Cast: Ashton Kutcher, Anne Heche [31]
      21 W Inglourious Basterds Universal Pictures/ The Weinstein Company Dir., Quentin Tarantino; Cast, Brad Pitt, Diane Kruger, Eli Roth, Mélanie Laurent, Til Schweiger, B.J. Novak [32]
      Post Grad Fox Searchlight Alexis Bledel, Zach Gilford, Rodrigo Santoro, Jane Lynch, Carol Burnett, Michael Keaton [33]
      Shorts Warner Bros. Dir. Robert Rodriguez; Cast: Jon Cryer, William H. Macy, James Spader, Jimmy Bennett, Kat Dennings [34]
      L My One and Only Freestyle Releasing Dir., Richard Loncraine, Scr. Charlie Peters; Cast, Renee Zellweger, Kevin Bacon, Chris Noth [35]
      World's Greatest Dad Magnolia Pictures Dir. Bob Goldthwait; Cast: Robin Williams, Daryl Sabara [36]
      28 W The Final Destination New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.) Dir., David R. Ellis; Scr., Eric Bress; Cast, Bobby Campo, Nick Zano, Krista Allen [37]
      Halloween II Dimension Films Dir., Rob Zombie; Cast, Tyler Mane, Malcolm McDowell, Scout Taylor-Compton, Danielle Harris [38]
      Taking Woodstock Focus Features Dir. Ang Lee; Cast: Demetri Martin, Jonathan Groff, Paul Dano, Eugene Levy, Emile Hirsch, Liev Schreiber, Jeffrey Dean Morgan

  3. QUESTION:
    How did Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez get their parts on the tv shows?
    How did Ariana and Selena get their part on Victorious and Wizards Of Waverly Place! I'm a big fan of Ariana but i dont know how she got the part, i know she was in broadway musicals before....
    •Did that help?
    And
    •were they open auditions?
    •did they have agents/managers?

    • ANSWER:
      Selena Gomez's story to fame: { In 2004, Gomez was discovered by the Disney Channel in a USA-wide scouting. Gomez appeared as a guest star on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and had a guest appearance – that later turned into a another role – on Hannah Montana from seasons two to three. Gomez previously taped two different pilots that were spin-offs to two previous Disney series. The first one, "What's Stevie Thinking?", was the spin-off to Lizzie McGuire. Gomez played Stevie Sanchez, Miranda Sanchez's little sister. The other show was titled "Arwin!", the spin-off to The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, in which she played Alexa. Neither series was picked up.
      In early 2007, Gomez was cast in the Disney Channel series "Wizards of Waverly Place" as one of the three main characters, Alex Russo. The show premiered to an audience of 5.9 million, becoming a hit. Many news outlets began dubbing Gomez the next 'Miley Cyrus' causing some controversy and a reported 'feud'. Gomez clarified that there was no feud and that she was flattered by the comparison, saying: "It's a little overwhelming, but I think really, it's a compliment. She's obviously extremely successful, and I think she's a wonderful performer ... So being compared to her, I was very, very flattered." Gomez recorded four songs, one of which was a cover, for the Wizards of Waverly Place soundtrack, only one single ("Magic") from the album was released. In 2008, Gomez recorded a cover of "Cruella de Vil"—which included a music video—for the compilation album DisneyMania 6. Gomez also recorded "Fly to Your Heart" for the 2008 animated film Tinker Bell. In July 2008, before Gomez' sixteenth birthday, she signed a recording deal with Hollywood Records, a music label owned by Disney. In May, of the same year, Gomez was featured, with Forever the Sickest Kids, on a duet version of the non-album song "Whoa Oh!". The same year Gomez appeared in Another Cinderella Story, the direct-to-DVD sequel to the 2004 Hilary Duff film, opposite Drew Seeley. She also had a minor voiceover role as one the Mayor's ninety-six daughters in Horton Hears a Who! which released in March of that year. In April, Lacey Rose, of Forbes ranked Gomez as being fifth on their "Eight Hot Kid Stars To Watch" list; and Rose described Gomez as having been "a multi-talented teen". }

      Ariana Grande's story to fame: { In her early years, she has been a soloist with various symphonies including South Florida’s Philharmonic, Pops and Symphonia Orchestras, and has had repeated appearances singing at NYC’s own Birdland. Ariana performed the National Anthem for the first live Fox Sports broadcast of the Anthem for the Florida Panther’s hockey league at age eight, her first National TV performance.
      In 2010, she created the original role of Miriam in the reading of the new musical, Cuba Libre, written and produced by Desmond Child.
      Grande played the character Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon television show Victorious, which premiered in March 2010. Grande was also featured in Dream Magazine as the cover girl for the August 2011 issue. In 2011, Ariana voiced an animated fairy, Princess Diaspro, on the Nickelodeon series, Winx Club. Grande also made appearances as a panelist on Figure It Out. Grande starred as Snow White along with Charlene Tilton and Neil Patrick Harris in the Pasadena Playhouse's production of A Snow White Christmas from December 13–23, 2012. In 2012, Grande sang a duet with MIKA on the single version of his track Popular Song. }

      HOPE I HELPED!

  4. QUESTION:
    What should i add to my Summer Bucket List?
    I was inspired by some blogs that i read to make a Summmer bucket list and i just don't want to 'steal' from them. Do you have any ideas. Thank aren't like have sex, try weed, etc. Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for all time, some things aren't for your (or my) age, and so on.

      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tatto with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2 (and maybe more).
      131) Watch Final Fantasy VII

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I crossed out a few things, that's why there are gaps between the numbers.

  5. QUESTION:
    Any bucket list ideas for summer abroad ?
    I am spending one month of my summer in Spain staying with another family, do you have any suggestions of fun things to do while there? I will most likely be near Madrid !

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  6. QUESTION:
    Is there anyone who is a gemini born on the 13th of june?
    I feel left out, i am the only gemini in all of my classes.

    • ANSWER:
      Born on June 13th
      LISTS

      Name Occupation Birth Death Known for
      Paul Ableman Novelist 13-Jun-1927 25-Oct-2006 I Hear Voices
      Tim Allen Actor 13-Jun-1953 Home Improvement
      Luis W. Alvarez Physicist 13-Jun-1911 1-Sep-1988 Particle accelerator pioneer
      Jost Amman Engraver 13-Jun-1539 17-Mar-1591 Prolific Swiss engraver
      Jules Bordet Scientist 13-Jun-1870 6-Apr-1961 Researched antibodies and antigens
      Don Budge Tennis 13-Jun-1915 26-Jan-2000 First ever to win Grand Slam
      Kathy Burke Actor 13-Jun-1964 Nil by Mouth
      Fanny Burney Novelist 13-Jun-1752 6-Jan-1840 Camilla
      Simon Callow Actor 13-Jun-1949 British theatre actor
      Charles the Bald Royalty 13-Jun-823 AD 5-Oct-877 AD King of France, Holy Roman Emperor
      Carlos Chávez Composer 13-Jun-1899 2-Aug-1978 Sinfonía de Antígona
      Christo Artist 13-Jun-1935 Gift-wraps large monuments
      Shirl Conway Actor 13-Jun-1916 7-May-2007 Liz Thorpe on The Nurses
      Rivers Cuomo Musician 13-Jun-1970 Weezer frontman
      Ann Druyan Author 13-Jun-1949 Co-wrote Cosmos with husband Carl Sagan
      Ralph Edwards Game Show Host 13-Jun-1913 16-Nov-2005 This Is Your Life
      Ray Eliot Football 13-Jun-1905 24-Feb-1980 Illini Head Coach, 1942-59
      Ethan Embry Actor 13-Jun-1978 Empire Records
      Tage Erlander Head of State 13-Jun-1901 21-Jun-1985 Prime Minister of Sweden, 1946-69
      Chris Evans Actor 13-Jun-1981 The Fantastic Four
      Bruno de Finetti Mathematician 13-Jun-1906 20-Jul-1985 Subjective probability
      Siegfried Fischbacher Magician 13-Jun-1939 Siegfried and Roy
      Bruno Frank Playwright 13-Jun-1878 20-Jun-1945 Storm in a Teacup
      Gerald Gardner Religion 13-Jun-1884 12-Feb-1964 Founder of Modern Wicca
      Tay Garnett Film Director 13-Jun-1894 3-Oct-1977 The Postman Always Rings Twice
      Roswell Garst Agriculturalist 13-Jun-1898 5-Nov-1977 Hybrid corn farmer, amateur diplomat
      Red Grange Football 13-Jun-1903 28-Jan-1991 The Galloping Ghost
      Ian Hunter Actor 13-Jun-1900 23-Sep-1975 The Adventures of Robin Hood
      Ben Johnson Actor 13-Jun-1918 8-Apr-1996 The Last Picture Show
      Michael H. Jordan Business 13-Jun-1936 CEO of EDS, 2003-07
      Aly Khan Royalty 13-Jun-1911 12-May-1960 Jet-set Ismaili playboy prince
      Ban Ki-Moon Government 13-Jun-1944 UN Secretary General
      Laura Kightlinger Comic 13-Jun-1964 Comedienne
      Tom King Politician 13-Jun-1933 UK Minister of Defence, 1989-92
      Lance Kinsey Actor 13-Jun-1959 Lt. Proctor in Police Academy films
      Ryszard Kuklinski Spy 13-Jun-1930 10-Feb-2004 Polish Cold War era spy who worked with CIA
      Alan G. Lafley Business 13-Jun-1947 CEO of Procter & Gamble
      Mara Liasson Journalist 13-Jun-1955 Fox News political analyst
      Paul Lynde Comic 13-Jun-1926 10-Jan-1982 Hollywood Square
      Jay Macpherson Poet 13-Jun-1931 O Earth Return
      James Clerk Maxwell Physicist 13-Jun-1831 5-Nov-1879 Maxwell's equations
      Malcolm McDowell Actor 13-Jun-1943 Caligula, A Clockwork Orange
      Jerrold Nadler Politician 13-Jun-1947 Congressman, New York 8th
      John Nash Mathematician 13-Jun-1928 Schizophrenic game theorist
      Homer A. Neal Physicist 13-Jun-1942 Director of the ATLAS Project
      Eleanor Holmes Norton Politician 13-Jun-1937 Congresswoman, Washington DC
      Ashley Olsen Actor 13-Jun-1986 Olsen Twin
      Mary-Kate Olsen Actor 13-Jun-1986 Olsen Twin
      José Antonio Páez Head of State 13-Jun-1790 7-May-1873 First President of Venezuela
      Duane A. Parde Activist 13-Jun-1963 National Taxpayers Union
      Grigori Perelman Mathematician 13-Jun-1966 Proved the Poincaré conjecture
      Fernando Pessoa Author 13-Jun-1888 30-Nov-1935 Heteronymous author, The Book of Disquiet
      Basil Rathbone Actor 13-Jun-1892 21-Jul-1967 Played original Sherlock Holmes
      Raj Reddy Educator 13-Jun-1937 Professor of Computer Science, CMU
      Brande Roderick Model 13-Jun-1974 Playboy 2001 Playmate of the Year
      Percy Rodriguez Actor 13-Jun-1918 6-Sep-2007 Afro-Canadian actor
      Joe Roth Business 13-Jun-1948 Revolution Studios, former Disney CEO
      Dorothy L. Sayers Novelist 13-Jun-1893 17-Dec-1957 Lord Peter Wimsey detective novels
      Robert W. Scott Politician 13-Jun-1929 23-Jan-2009 Governor of North Carolina, 1969-73
      Winfield Scott Military 13-Jun-1786 29-May-1866 US Army general, Mexican campaign 1847
      Leah Ward Sears Judge 13-Jun-1955 Georgia Chief Justice
      Ally Sheedy Actor 13-Jun-1962 The Breakfast Club
      Stellan Skarsgård Actor 13-Jun-1951 Breaking the Waves
      Mike Smith Football 13-Jun-1959 Head Coach, Atlanta Falcons
      Steve-O Daredevil 13-Jun-1974 Jackass
      Cully Stimson Government 13-Jun-1963 Pentagon point man on detainees
      Whitley Strieber Novelist 13-Jun-1945 Alien-abductee wrote Communion
      Barbara Stymiest Business 13-Jun-1956 COO of Royal Bank of Canada
      Lee M. Thomas Government 13-Jun-1944 CEO of Rayonier
      Richard Thomas Actor 13-Jun-1951 John Boy on The Waltons
      Jim Guy Tucker Politician 13-Jun-1943 Governor of Arkansas, 1992-96
      Mark Van Doren Poet 13-Jun-1894 10-Dec-1972 The Happy Critic
      Lisa V

  7. QUESTION:
    What are some cool ideas to put on a summer bucket list for a 15 year old girl?
    I really want to do things this summer that I've never done before. Summer 2013 is going to be the best summer yet! Anyone have any crazy ideas for a freshmen girl this summer?

    • ANSWER:
      this is mine...hope you like it :)

      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Make ice cream
      11)Sleep under the stars
      12)Dance in the rain
      13)Have a picnic
      14)Set up a lemonade stand
      15)Complete an 1000 piece puzzle
      16)Watch fireworks
      17)Buy Vans
      18)Convince a stranger I’m English
      19)Go skinny dipping
      20)Make smores
      21)Send a message in a bottle
      22)Water balloon fight
      23)Do a cartwheel in a store
      24)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      25)Spray someone with a hose
      26)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      27)Watch the sun rise and set
      28)Build a sandcastle
      29)Read the entire Harry potter series
      30)Disney movie Marathon
      31)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      32)Go on a zip line
      33)Buy a hula-hoop
      34)Ride a four wheeler
      35)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      36)Make a dream catcher
      37)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      38)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      39)Prank someone and film it
      40)Go to a zoo
      41)Play tag with at least five people
      42)Have a conversation with a random stranger
      43)Make a smoothie
      44)Make a Slip and Slide
      45)Take pictures in a photo booth
      46)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      47)Leave a note in a really popular library book for fun
      48)Build a blanket fort
      49)Roll down a hill
      50)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      51)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      52)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      53)Fake trip/fall in public
      54)Make a popsicle
      55)Put Mentos in coke
      56)Draw with chalk
      57)Freeze A Water Balloon and Peel off the Balloon Part
      58)Get a manicure
      59)Make a movie
      60)Climb a tree
      61)Epic Pillow Fight
      62)Say yes to everything
      63)Wash a car
      64)Play a new sport
      65)Spend a whole day barefoot
      66)Jump off of the high dive
      67)Skip stones
      68)Wake up once at noon
      69)Make a root beer float
      70)Put on sunglasses when it’s raining
      71)Make something out of duct tape and use it
      72)Fill an entire color book
      73)Burry a time capsule
      74)Dance party with myself
      75)Teach my dog a new trick
      76)Get my splits
      77)Push someone into a pool
      78)Ride on a lazy river
      79)Make an obstacle course
      80)Climb up onto a roof
      81)Make tin can stilts
      82)Plant a tree
      83)Spin the bottle
      84)call someone at 3 am
      85)Put a random item in someone’s shopping cart
      86)Make fruit kebabs
      87)Donate 1000 grains of rice each week (Freerice.com)
      88)Shaving Cream war
      89)Bury a friend in sand or get buried in sand
      90)Make up a fake name for an entire day
      91)Run through sprinkles
      92)Go thrifting
      93)Scavenger hunt in Wal-Mart
      94)Bury a letter in the ground and open in in 3 summers
      95)Pay for something in only change
      96)Light Sparklers on the 4th of July and wave them around crazy
      97)Over the summer give random compliments to 10 people
      98)Sleep on a couch
      99)Have a photo/video shoot
      100)Ride a Mechanical horse
      101)Take a jumping picture
      102)Make homemade pizza
      103)Write my name in sand
      104)Dance on top of a table
      105)Tie Dye a white shirt
      106)Play Truth or Dare in a store
      107)Go cloud watching
      108)Make origami
      109)Make a friendship bracelet
      110)Walk behind a stranger and copy them
      111)Throw change into a fountain
      112)Paly flashlight tag
      113)Make a summer scrapbook
      114)Complete this list <3

      good luck...

  8. QUESTION:
    Are these realistic goals for the summer of junior year any more suggestions?
    i am going to a community college so I probably wont be working on essays for college. my list comprises of part time job, beach, learning to surf and swim(i dont know how to), volunteering learning a new language and learning a subject, learning how to cook(i am a vegetarian), and doing yoga.I am 17

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  9. QUESTION:
    How much should I sell my Disney DVD's for?
    I have 23 Feature Disney DVD films and I want to sell them on ebay. Are there any that are not available to the public (in the vault) that would be worth more money? Which ones are hard to find? I saw some Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Snow White, 101 Dalmations, Fantasia, and Lion King selling for more than and sometimes more than 0 for a single copy of these dvd's on ebay. Would my best bet be to list them individually in auctions or as a single lot of 23?
    I wanted to sell them now, so I can start buying Blu Ray. I don't think they'd become worth more, because DVD are going the way of the dodo.
    I have as follows: (most are 2 disc, platinum special editions). Lion King, Fantasia, 101 Dalmations (animated), Snow White, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, Monsters Inc, Lady and the Tramp, Cinderella, Finding Nemo, Aladdin, Alice in Wonderland, Bambi, Bugs Life, Pirates of the Caribbean, Dumbo, Emperors New Groove, Mary Poppins, Tim Burtons Corpse Bride, Nightmare Before Christmas, Fox and the Hound, Incredibles, and Tarzan.

    • ANSWER:
      I would say as a lot because of shipping alot of times the shipping charges are what wave me off. What do you have i can tell you if the are in the valult or not

  10. QUESTION:
    What are the true disney classics?
    Can somebody give me a list of what is considered to be the classics? I like them better then the new BS movies they come up with now. By Classics I mean things like Snow White or The Jungle Book. Basically "Pre Finding Nemo", I hate Finding Nemo and Monster's Inc. I was just interested in getting a list of most of them cause every time I try to remember them I always forget some. Please and Thank You!

    • ANSWER:
      Disney has an official list of what is considered a "classic animated feature film". They are created completely by Disney without any other collaboration. Here is the the official list:

      1. Snow White
      2. Pinocchio
      3. Fantasia
      4. Dumbo
      5. Bambi
      6. Saludos Amigos
      7. The Three Caballeros
      8. Make Mine Music
      9. Fun and Fancy Free
      10. Melody Time
      11. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
      12. Cinderella
      13. Alice in Wonderland
      14. Peter Pan
      15. Lady and the Tramp
      16. Sleeping Beauty
      17. 101 Dalmatians
      18. The Sword in the Stone
      19. The Jungle Book
      20. The Aristocats
      21. Robin Hood
      22. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
      23. The Rescuers
      24. The Fox and the Hound
      25. The Black Cauldron
      26. The Great Mouse Detective
      27. Oliver and Co.
      28. The Little Mermaid
      29. The Rescuers Down Under
      30. Beauty and the Beast
      31. Aladdin
      32. The Lion King
      33. Pocahontas
      34. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
      35. Hercules
      36. Mulan
      37. Tarzan
      38. Fantasia 2000
      39. Dinosaur
      40. The Emperors New Groove
      41. Atlantis: The Lost Empire
      42. Lilo & Stitch
      43. Treasure Planet
      44. Brother Bear
      45. Home on the Range
      46. Chicken Little
      47. Meet the Robinsons
      48. Bolt
      49. The Princess and the Frog
      50. Tangled
      51. Winnie the Pooh (the remake that is coming out July 2011)
      52. King of the Elves (to be announced)

  11. QUESTION:
    If only 0.6 of 1% of the population is Jewish, why do they have such a huge representation in Government?
    ...the corporate world and the media?

    • ANSWER:
      Its part of their culture.

      They work their way up the political ladder and control the majority of western media, believe it or not. That's why America supports Israel unconditionally.

      If you knew just how many things the Jews owned, it would blow your mind. FOX news, MSNBC, CNN, Wikipedia, Google are just to name a few.

      Heres the complete list. I remind you this is ONLY the things they own in America

      is a list of organizations, companies, television programming and other things owned by Jews.

      MORTIMER ZUCKERMAN, owner of NY Daily News, US News & World Report and chair of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish American Organizations, one of the largest pro-Israel lobbying groups.

      LESLIE MOONVES, president of CBS television, great-nephew of David Ben-Gurion, and co-chair with Norman Ornstein of the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed by Clinton.

      JONATHAN MILLER, chair and CEO of AOL division of AOL-Time-Warner

      NEIL SHAPIRO, president of NBC News

      JEFF GASPIN, Executive Vice-President, Programming, NBC

      DAVIDWESTIN, president of ABC News

      SUMNER REDSTONE, CEO of Viacom, “world’s biggest media giant” (Economist, 11/23/2) owns Viacom cable, CBS and MTVs all over the world, Blockbuster video rentals and Black Entertainment TV.

      MICHAEL EISNER, major owner of Walt Disney, Capitol Cities, ABC.

      RUPERT MURDOCH, Owner Fox TV, New York Post, London Times, News of the World (Jewish mother)

      MEL KARMAZIN, president of CBS

      DON HEWITT, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes, CBS

      JEFF FAGER, Exec. Director, 60 Minutes II. CBS

      DAVID POLTRACK, Executive Vice-President, Research and Planning, CBS

      SANDY KRUSHOW, Chair, Fox Entertainment

      LLOYD BRAUN, Chair, ABC Entertainment

      BARRY MEYER, chair, Warner Bros.

      SHERRY LANSING. President of Paramount Communications and Chairman of Paramount Pictures’ Motion Picture Group.

      HARVEY WEINSTEIN, CEO. Miramax Films.

      BRAD SIEGEL., President, Turner Entertainment.

      ARTHUR O. SULZBERGER, JR., publisher of the NY Times, the Boston Globe and other publications.

      STEPHEN EMERSON, every media outlet’s first choice as an expert on domestic terrorism.

      DAVID SCHNEIDERMAN, owner of the Village Voice and the New Times network of “alternative weeklies.”

      DENNIS LEIBOWITZ, head of Act II Partners, a media hedge fund

      KENNETH POLLACK, for CIA analysts, director of Saban Center for Middle East Policy, writes op-eds in NY Times, New Yorker

      BARRY DILLER, chair of USA Interactive, former owner of Universal Entertainment

      KENNETH ROTH, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch

      TERRY SEMEL, CEO, Yahoo, former chair, Warner Bros.

      MARK GOLIN, VP and Creative Director, AOL

      WARREN LIEBERFORD, Pres., Warner Bros. Home Video Div. of AOL- TimeWarner

      JEFFREY ZUCKER, President of NBC Entertainment

      JACK MYERS, NBC, chief.NYT 5.14.2

      SANDY GRUSHOW, chair of Fox Entertainment

      GAIL BERMAN, president of Fox Entertainment

      STEPHEN SPIELBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks

      JEFFREY KATZENBERG, co-owner of Dreamworks

      DAVID GEFFEN, co-owner of Dreamworks

      LLYOD BRAUN, chair of ABC Entertainment

      JORDAN LEVIN, president of Warner Bros. Entertainment

      HOWARD STRINGER, chief of Sony Corp. of America

      AMY PASCAL, chair of Columbia Pictures

      JOEL KLEIN, chair and CEO of Bertelsmann’s American operations

      ROBERT SILLERMAN, founder of Clear Channel Communications

      BRIAN GRADEN, president of MTV entertainment

      IVAN SEIDENBERG, CEO of Verizon Communications

      WOLF BLITZER, host of CNN’s Late Edition

      LARRY KING, host of Larry King Live

      MIKE WALLACE, Host of CBS, 60 Minutes

      BARBARA WALTERS, Host, The View

      DONALD GRAHAM, Chair and CEO of Newsweek and Washington Post

      MICHAEL SAVAGE, Talk Show Host, KFSO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco) Syndicated in 100 markets

      MICHAEL MEDVED, Talk Show Host, on 124 AM stations

      ANDREW LACK, president of NBC

      DAVID REZNIK, Editor, The New Yorker

      SAMUEL NEWHOUSE JR, and DONALD NEWHOUSE
      own Newhouse Publications, includes 26 newspapers in 22 cities; the Conde Nast magazine group, includes The New Yorker; Parade, the Sunday newspaper supplement; American City Business Journals, business newspapers published in more than 30 major cities in America; and interests in cable television programming and cable systems serving 1 million homes.

      DONALD NEWHOUSE, chairman of the board of directors, Associated Press.

      PETER R KANN, CEO, Wall Street Journal, Barron’s

      RALPH J. & BRIAN ROBERTS, Owners, Comcast-ATT Cable TV.

      LAWRENCE KIRSHBAUM, CEO, AOL-Time Warner Book Group

  12. QUESTION:
    Anyone know of an all time hit movies from 1950-1959 and 1940-1949?
    Anyone know of an all time hit (or post popular) movies from 1950-1959 and 1940-1949?
    Just one from each ten years:
    1940-1949
    1950-1959
    Can you provide the links too?
    I'm doing an anniversary party with time lines in their lives, thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      That is so cool!
      I watch a lot of old movies too.
      If I didn't list them, they were foriegn or they were one of those movies that everyone says how did that get an academy award and never made any sort of impact in the future -- you will see a LOT of familiar titles here too -- almost as though Hollywood cannot think of anymore newer movies to film, just keep remaking old old ones.
      1. Citizen Kane - (1941, Orson Welles) (Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Agnes Moorehead)
      2. Casablanca - (1942, Michael Curtiz) (Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Peter Lorre)
      4. It's a Wonderful Life - (1946, Frank Capra) (James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore)
      5. The Grapes of Wrath - (1940, John Ford) (Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell, John Carradine)
      6. The Maltese Falcon - (1941, John Huston) (Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre)
      7. The Philadelphia Story - (1940, George Cukor) (Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart)
      8. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre - (1948, John Huston) (Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston)
      12. The Big Sleep - (1946, Howard Hawks) (Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, John Ridgely)
      13. The Best Years of Our Lives - (1946, William Wyler) (Myrna Loy, Fredric March, Dana Andrews)
      15. Yankee Doodle Dandy - (1942, Michael Curtis) (James Cagney, Joan Leslie, Walter Huston)
      17. Hamlet - (1948, Laurence Olivier) (Laurence Olivier, Peter Cushing, Anthony Quayle)
      19. Great Expectations - (1946, David Lean) (John Mills, Jean Simmons, Alec Guinness)
      20. The Great Dictator - (1940, Charles Chaplin) (Charles Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Jack Oakie)
      21. Fantasia - (1940, James Algar) (Disney Animated film, Deems Taylor - Narrator (1940 original)
      23. Beauty and the Beast - (1946, Jean Cocteau) (Jean Marais, Josette Day)
      24. My Darling Clementine - (1946, John Ford) (Henry Fonda, Victor Mature, Walter Brennan)
      25. Pinocchio - (1940, Hamilton Luske) (Disney Animated film, Voices - Mel Blanc, Christian Rub)
      26. Red River - (1948, John Ford) (John Wayne, Montgomery Clift, Joanne Dru)
      31. His Girl Friday - (1942, Howard Hawks) (Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy)
      34. Meet Me in St. Louis - (1944, Vincente Minnelli) (Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien, Mary Astor)
      35. Out of the Past - (1947, Jacques Tourneur) (Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas, Rhonda Fleming)
      40. Adam's Rib - (1949, George Cukor) (Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Judy Holliday)
      42. Bambi - (1942, David Hand) (Disney Animated film, Voices - Bobby Stewart,Hardie Albright)
      43. The Thief of Bagdad - (1940, Ludwig Berger) (Sabu, Conrad Veidt, June Duprez)
      45. Dumbo - (1941, Ben Sharpsteen) (Disney Animated film, Narrator - John McLeish)
      47. Key Largo - (1948, John Huston) (Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Edward G. Robinson)
      48. The Lost Weekend - (1945, Billy Wilder) (Ray Milland, Jane Wyman, Howard Da Silva)
      54. Miracle on 34th Street - (1947, George Seaton) (Natalie Wood, Maureen O'Hara, Edmund Gwenn)
      57. How Green Was My Valley - (1941, John Ford) (Maureen O'Hara, Roddy McDowall, Walter Pidgeon)
      58. The Postman Always Rings Twice - (1946, Tay Garnett) (Lana Turner, John Garfield)
      59. Here Comes Mr. Jordan - (1941, Alexander Hall) (Robert Montgomery, Claude Rains, Evelyn Keyes)
      61. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon - (1949, John Ford) (John Wayne, Joanne Dru, Ben Johnson)
      63. Oliver Twist - (1948, David Lean) (John Howard Davies, Alec Guinness, Anthony Newley)
      65. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn - (1945, Elia Kazan) (Dorothy McGuire, Joan Blondell, James Dunn)
      68. All the King's Men - (1949, Robert Rossen) (Broderick Crawford, John Ireland, Joanne Dru)
      70. The Yearling - (1946, Clarence Brown) (Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman, Claude Jarman Jr.)
      72. Mrs. Miniver - (1942, William Wyler) (Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Teresa Wright)
      74. Heaven Can Wait - (1943, Ernst Lubitsch) (Don Ameche, Gene Tierney)
      75. National Velvet - (1944, Clarence Brown) (Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney, Donald Crisp)
      76. Mildred Pierce - (1945, Michael Curtiz) (Joan Crawford, Jack Carson, Zachary Scott)
      81. The Pride of the Yankees - (1942, Sam Wood) (Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Walter Brennan)
      84. Woman of the Year - (1942, George Stevens) (Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn)

      Too much info --- go to site for the 1950s list;

      http://www.digitaldreamdoor.com/pages/movie-pages/movie_50s.html

      I've added;
      Godzilla(1954)
      Creature from the Black Lagoon(1954)
      The Fly(1958)

  13. QUESTION:
    Other then the Disney one have any "beauty and the best" movies been made?
    I heard their were other "Beauty and the beast" movies, are there really? Also I don't care how evil/dark they'd be considered. ^^
    Also if you could link me to their wiki page or something like that, that would be awesome

    • ANSWER:
      There are lots of Beauty and the Beast movies and tv series. Here is a list from IMDB, not including the 1991 Disney film.
      1.
      Beauty and the Devil (1950)

      aka "La beauté du diable" - France (original title)

      aka "Beauty and the Beast" - UK
      2.Skønheden og udyret (1983)

      aka "The Beauty & The Beast" - USA (review title)

      aka "Beauty and the Beast"

      3.
      Beauty and the Beast (1993) (V)

      aka "La bella y la bestia" - USA (Spanish title)

      4.
      Beauty and the Beast (1981)

      aka "Panna a netvor" - Czechoslovakia (original title)

      5.
      Beauty and the Beast (1987)

      aka "Cannon Movie Tales: Beauty and the Beast" - USA (series title)

      6.
      Blood of Beasts (2005)

      aka "Beauty and the Beast" - South Africa (original title)

      7.
      Beauty and the Beast (2010)

      aka "Beauty and the Beasts: A Dark Tale" - USA (TV title)

      8.
      Beauty and the Beast (1962)
      9.Beauty and the Beast (1934)
      10.Beauty and the Beast (1903)
      11.Beauty and the Beast (1981)
      12.Beauty and the Beast (1983) (TV)
      13.Beauty and the Beast (1992) (V)
      14."Beauty and the Beast" (1996) (TV series)
      15.Beauty and the Beast (1899)

      aka "La belle et la bête" - France (original title)
      16.Beauty and the Beast (1908)

      aka "La belle et la bête" - France (original title)
      17.Beauty and the Beast (1905)
      18.Beauty and the Beast (1912)
      19.Beauty and the Beast (1913)
      20.Beauty and the Beast (1922)
      21.Beauty and the Beast (1924)
      22.Beauty and the Beast (1952) (TV)
      23.Beauty and the Beast (1957) (TV)
      24."Beauty and the Beast" (1961) (TV series)
      25."Beauty and the Beast" (1964) (TV series)
      26.Beauty and the Beast (1969) (TV)
      27.Beauty and the Beast (1982) (TV)
      28.Beauty and the Beast (1988)
      29.Beauty and the Beast (1999) (V)
      30.Beauty and the Beast (2008) (V)
      31.Beauty and the Beast (2013)
      32.Beauty & the Beast (1992)
      33.Beauty & the Beast (1998) (TV)

      34.
      Der Schöne, die Biest (1993)

  14. QUESTION:
    What to put on a bucket list before 2013 ends?
    I'm 13 and a girl whats some cool things to do this summer for a bucket list

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  15. QUESTION:
    Me and my friend are making a summer bucket list, what else should we do?
    It can be as illegal or as lame as you can think of!!

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for all time, some things aren't for your (or my) age, and so on.

      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.
      131) Watch Final Fantasy VII
      132) Get my hair cut like Kairi (part 1&2)
      133) Get my hair cut like Namine.
      134) Finish all the Final Fantasy games, starting from VII.

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I crossed out a few things, that's why there are gaps between the numbers.

  16. QUESTION:
    Someone should add to my bucket list for me?
    write down your bucket lists so i can add to mine

    • ANSWER:
      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tatto with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I crossed out a few things, that's why there are gaps between the numbers.

  17. QUESTION:
    Ideas for a summer bucket list?
    so me and my friends are trying to come up with 50 things to do for our bucket list this summer, and we need some help! what are some crazy/random/fun things we can put on our summer bucket list?

    were all 16 by the way :) dont be afraid to put crazy stuff!

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  18. QUESTION:
    Can't figure out what animated movie i'm thinking of?
    When I was a kid, I remember seeing an animated movie that I can't seem to find anywhere. It was definitely made before 1995, probably early nineties, eighties, or even the late seventies. I remember there was a boy in the beginning who is taken to a dream land in a flying ship. I think he opens a nightmare door or something. I'm guessing it's what the South Park "Imaginationland" was based on. I've looked all over the internet, but I can't find a single thing about this movie. Anyone have an idea?

    • ANSWER:
      i think Pinocchio (1940 film) or not these are list below all animated movies
      1.Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs - (1937) (Disney)
      2.Fantasia - (1940) (Disney)
      3.Toy Story - (1995) (Disney/Pixar)
      4.Pinocchio - (1940) (Disney)
      5.The Lion King - (1994) (Disney)
      6.Princess Mononoke - (1999) (Miramax) (Dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (Japan)
      7.Bambi - (1942) (Disney)
      8.Beauty And The Beast - (1991) (Disney)
      9.Akira - (1988) (Dir. Katsuhiro Otomo) (Japan)
      10.The Nightmare Before Christmas - (1993) (Writer/Producer, Tim Burton) (Touchstone Pictures)
      11.Sleeping Beauty - (1959) (Disney)
      12.Who Framed Roger Rabbit - (1988) (Disney)
      13.Yellow Submarine - (1968) (MGM/UA Studios)
      14.Cinderella - (1950) (Disney)
      15.Grave Of The Fireflies - (1988) (Wea Corp) (Dir. Isao Takahata) (Japan)
      16.Dumbo - (1941) (Disney)
      17.My Neighbor Totoro - (1988)
      1.20. Aladdin - (1992) (Disney)
      2.22. Animal Farm - (1954) (UK)
      3.23. Fritz the Cat - (1972) (Ralph Bakshi)
      4.24. Fantastic Planet - (1973) (Anchor Bay Entertainment) (Dir. René Laloux) (France)
      5.26. The Little Mermaid - (1989) (Disney)
      6.28. The Iron Giant - (1999) (Warner Home Video)
      7.30. Heavy Traffic - (1973) (Ralph Bakshi)
      8.32. Song of the South - (1946) (Disney)
      9.34. Castle in the Sky - (1986)
      10.35. Peter Pan - (1953) (Disney)
      11.36. Watership Down - (1978) (Warner Studios)
      12.37. Time Masters - (1982) (Image Entertainment) (Dir. René Laloux) (France)
      13.38. Toy Story 2 - (1999) (Disney/Pixar)
      14.39. James and the Giant Peach - (1996) (Producer, Tim Burton) (Disney)
      15.42. Kiki's Delivery Service - (1989) (Toei Animation) (Japan)

      16.44. Allegro Non Troppo - (1977) (Home Vision Entertainment) (Italy)
      17.45. Coonskin - (1975) (Ralph Bakshi)
      18.46. 101 Dalmatians - (1961) (Disney)
      19.47. A Bug's Life - (1998) (Disney/Pixar)
      20.48. Alice in Wonderland - (1951) (Disney)
      21.49. Charlotte's Web - (1973) (Paramount) (Dir. Charles A. Nichols, Iwao Takamoto)
      22.52. Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind - (1984) (Topcraft)
      23.53. Whisper of the Heart - (1995) (Tokuma Shoten) (Japan)
      24.54. The Phantom Tollbooth - (1969) (Warner Studios)
      25.56. The Secret of NIMH - (1982)
      26.57. Ninja Scroll - (1996) (Palm Pictures/Manga Video) (Dir. Yoshiaki Kawajiri) (Japan)
      27.58. Lady and the Tramp - (1955) (Disney)
      28.59. The Jungle Book - (1967) (Disney)
      29.60. Perfect Blue - (1997) (Rex Entertainment) (Japan)
      30.61. The Three Caballeros - (1945) (Disney)
      31.62. Make Mine Music - (1946) (Disney)
      32.63. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad - (1949) (Disney)
      33.64. Fun and Fancy Free - (1947) (Disney)
      34.66. Anastasia - (1997) (Twentieth Century Fox)
      35.67. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut - (1999) (Paramount Studio)
      36.68. An American Tail - (1986) (Amblin Entertainment)
      37.71. American Pop - (1981) (Ralph Bakshi)
      38.72. Vampire Hunter D - (1993) (Urban Vision) (Dir. Carl Macek, Toyoo Ashida) (Japan)
      39.74. Gulliver's Travels - (1939) (Fleischer Studios)
      40.75. Hercules - (1997) (Disney)
      41.76. Porco Rosso - (1992) (Japan Airlines) (Japan)
      42.77. Antz - (1998) (DreamWorks)
      43.78. Pocahontas - (1995) (Disney)
      44.79. Howl's Moving Castle -(2004) (Dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (Japan)
      45.80. The Land Before Time - (1988) (Amblin Entertainment)
      46.81. The Prince of Egypt - (1998) (Dreamworks Skg)
      47.82. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - (1996) (Disney)
      48.84. The Lord of the Rings - (1978) (Ralph Bakshi)
      49.85. Wicked City - (1993) (Urban Vision) (Dir.Yoshiaki Kawajiri) (Japan)
      50.86. The Brave Little Toaster - (1987) (Hyperion Pictures)
      51.87. All Dogs Go To Heaven - (1989) (Goldcrest Films International)
      52.88. Wizards - (1977) (Ralph Bakshi)
      53.89. Vampire Hunter D - Bloodlust - (2001) (Urban Vision Enterta) (Dir. Tai Kit Mak) (Japan)
      54.91. Gay Purr-ee - (1962) (Warner Studios)
      55.92. The Plague Dogs - (1982) (Nepenthe Productions)
      56.93. Twilight of the Cockroaches - (1987) (Dir. Hiroaki Yoshida) (Japan)
      57.94. The Fox and the Hound - (1981) (Disney)
      58.95. The Castle of Cagliostro - (1991) (Palm Pictures/Manga Video) (Japan)
      59.97. The Rescuers Down Under - (1990) (Disney)
      60.99. Robin Hood - (1973) (Disney)
      61.100. Beavis & Butthead Do America - (1996) (Paramount Studio)

  19. QUESTION:
    I need sweet bucket list/ awesome events ideas?
    Recently I have stolen a bike and spray painted it and sold it, asked for a McNasty at McDonalds , and ditched someone in a foreign country. I want more stuff like this

    • ANSWER:
      1) Leave my handprints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.

  20. QUESTION:
    What to do this awsome summer?
    Well im writing something on the internet so that takes 2 weeks of 3 months of sommer so what should i do? Im blank, any ideas i plan to make a list so give me some ideas i already have: read a book, watch a movie and go to the pool with friends. Anything else. PLZZZ

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book in a hammock.
      4. Go on a nature hike.
      5. Play some raquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Convince a random person that you’re their long-lost third cousin.
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stick the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches. When they pop the balloon they read the secret message
      17. Melt Crayons
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Go fishing.
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Create a photo journal.
      28. Make a kite.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game. Cough cough Cubs.
      44. Play mini-golf
      45.Create a lip-sync
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play Tag In The Rain.
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do.
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. (Alicia) enter a photo contest.
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82. Go To An Outdoor movie.
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant past midnight
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything
      98. Buy Ice Cream From The Ice Cream Truck.
      99. Go to a midnight movie premiere
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.
      112. Have A Spa Day.
      113. Make a time capsule to open after college graduation.
      114. Finger paint a picture.
      115. Say ‘yes’ to everything for one day.
      116. Carve a watermelon.
      Check out the others on the website below
      Happy Summer
      Alicia

  21. QUESTION:
    Need a list of movies like Balto?
    I, need a list of good animated dog movies like Balto and Disney animated dog movies...Thank, you.

    • ANSWER:
      1 " Balto 2: Wolf Quest" (Animated)

      2 "Balto 3: Wings of Change" (Animated)

      3 "Oliver & Company" (Animated)

      4 "All Dog Go To Heaven" (Animated)

      5 "All Dogs Go to Heaven 2" (Animated)

      6 "Hachi: A Dog's Tale" (Very Touching, Emotional, Sentimental)

      7 "Far From Home: Adventures of Yellow Dog" (Feel-good, Sentimental, I enjoyed this film)

      8 "Bolt" (Animated)

      9 "Beethoven" This is a very good movie. (Feature Film)

      10 "Beethoven's 2nd" (Feature Film)

      11 Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey" (Feature Film)

      12 "Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco" (Feature Film)

      13 "The Legend of White Fang: The Wild North" (Animated)

      14 "The Legend of White Fang: A Legend Is Born" (Animated)

      15 "White Fang" (Feature Film)

      16 "White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf" (Feature Film)

      17 "Firehouse Dog" (Feature Film)

      18 "Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure" (Feature Film)

      19 "Snow Buddies" (Feature Film)

      20 "Cool Dog" (Feature Film)

      21 "First Dog" (Feature Film)

      22 "Top Dog" (1995 Chuck Norris)

      23 "C.H.O.M.P.S." (Feature Film)

      24 "The Shaggy Dog" (Feature Film)

      25 "A Dog Named Christmas" (Feature Film)

      26 "The 12 Dogs of Christmas" (Feature Film)

      27 "A Golden Christmas" (Feature Film)

      28 "My Dog, The Thief" (Feature Film)

  22. QUESTION:
    what are some things to put on a summer bucket list?
    i want to make a summer bucket list.....what are some things you would put on one?
    i also cant fly place because this year is my teenage summer bucket list

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  23. QUESTION:
    What movies are soon to come out?
    Like disney pixar movies or just pixar or just disney things like toy story monsters inc and can someone give me a link of all of them
    and it does not have to be sure just rumered or stuff just say that it was rumered though thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      From IMDbPro:

      Pixar -
      Projects In Development:
      1906
      Monsters Inc. 2
      Cars 2
      Bear and the Bow
      Newt

      Films In Production:
      Toy Story 3

      Disney (sorry, the copy/past is ugly, but too many to list cleaner):
      Projects In Development (68 titles)
      YearMOVIE
      MeterStatus
      Alien Legion - Production Company 2013 41,653 Script
      Bizarro Superman - Production Company 2013 31,856 Script
      An Animated American - Distributor (2009) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 175,148 Optioned property
      Fallen - Distributor (2012) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 78,438 Optioned property
      First Man - Distributor (2007) (worldwide) (all media) 2012 56,124 Unknown
      Grounded - Production Company 2012 74,320 Script
      I'd Tell You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You - Production Company 2012 27,124 Unknown
      In the Name of the Dog - Production Company 2012 221,072 Unknown
      Jungle Cruise - Production Company 2012 145,444 Optioned property
      Monsters Inc. 2 - Production Company 2012 5,361 Pitch
      Nutjobs - Production Company 2012 349,487 Script
      Opposite Day - Production Company 2012 375,777 Pitch
      Reel to Real - Distributor (2012) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 517,250 Optioned property
      Stoneheart - Distributor (2012) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 126,210 Optioned property
      Swiss Family Robinson - Production Company 2012 17,558 Unknown
      The Black Hole - Production Company, Distributor (2012) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 27,090 Treatment/outline
      The Lone Ranger - Distributor (2010) (USA) (theatrical) 2012 11,271 Script
      The Snow Queen - Production Company 2012 22,097 Unknown
      The Twits - Production Company 2012 37,990 Unknown
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  24. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know any interesting Salvador Dali facts?
    Not just the normal familiar stuff...I know all that .

    • ANSWER:
      Salvador Dalí
      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      Birth name Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí Domènech
      Born May 11, 1904
      Figueres, Spain
      Died January 23, 1989
      Figueres, Spain
      Field Painting, Drawing, Photography, Sculpture
      Training San Fernando School of Fine Arts, Madrid
      Movement Cubism, Dada, Surrealism
      Famous works The Persistence of Memory (1931)
      Face of Mae West Which May Be Used as an Apartment, (1935)
      Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936)
      Swans Reflecting Elephants (1937)
      Ballerina in a Death's Head (1939)
      The Temptation of St. Anthony (1946)
      Galatea of the Spheres (1952)
      Young Virgin Auto-Sodomized by the Horns of Her Own Chastity (1954)
      Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí Domènech Marquis of Pubol (May 11, 1904 – January 23, 1989), popularly known as Salvador Dalí, was a Spanish artist and one of the most important painters of the 20th century. He was a skilled draftsman, best known for the striking, bizarre, and beautiful images in his surrealist work. His painterly skills are often attributed to the influence of Renaissance masters.[1] His best known work, The Persistence of Memory, was completed in 1931. Salvador Dalí's artistic repertoire also included film, sculpture, and photography. He collaborated with Walt Disney on the Academy Award-nominated short cartoon Destino, which was released posthumously in 2003. Born in Catalonia, Spain, Dalí insisted on his "Arab lineage," claiming that his ancestors descended from the Moors who invaded Spain in 711, and attributed to these origins, "my love of everything that is gilded and excessive, my passion for luxury and my love of oriental clothes."[2]

      Widely considered to be greatly imaginative, Dalí had an affinity for doing unusual things to draw attention to himself. This sometimes irked those who loved his art as much as it annoyed his critics, since his eccentric manner sometimes drew more public attention than his artwork.[3] The purposefully sought notoriety led to broad public recognition and many purchases of his works by people from all walks of life.

      Contents [hide]
      1 Biography
      1.1 Early life
      1.2 Madrid and Paris
      1.3 1929 until World War II
      1.4 Later years in Catalonia
      2 Symbolism
      3 Endeavors outside painting
      4 Politics and personality
      5 Listing of selected works
      6 References
      7 External links
      7.1 Galleries
      7.2 Biographies and news
      7.3 Other links
      7.4 Exhibitions

      Biography

      Early life
      Dalí was born on May 11, 1904, at 8.47 am GMT[4] in the town of Figueres, in the Empordà region close to the French border in Catalonia, Spain.[5] Dalí's older brother, also named Salvador (b. October 12, 1901), had died of gastroenteritis, nine months earlier, on August 1, 1903. His father, Salvador Dalí i Cusí, was a middle-class lawyer and notary[6] whose strict disciplinarian approach was tempered by his housegirl, Felipa Domenech Ferres, who encouraged her son's artistic endeavors.[7] When he was five, Dalí was taken to his brother's grave and told by his parents that he was his brother's reincarnation,[8] which he came to believe.[9] Of his brother, Dalí said: "...[we] resembled each other like two drops of water, but we had different reflections."[10] He "was probably a first version of myself but conceived too much in the absolute."[11]

      Self-portrait — by teenaged Dalí in 1921Dalí also had a sister, Ana María, who was three years his junior.[6] In 1949 she published a book about her brother, Dalí As Seen By His Sister.[12] His childhood friends included future FC Barcelona footballers, Sagibarbá and Josep Samitier. During holidays at the Catalan resort of Cadaqués, the trio played football together.

      Dalí attended drawing school. In 1916, Dalí also discovered modern painting on a summer vacation to Cadaqués with the family of Ramon Pichot, a local artist who made regular trips to Paris.[6] The next year, Dalí's father organized an exhibition of his charcoal drawings in their family home. He had his first public exhibition at the Municipal Theater in Figueres in 1919.

      In 1921, Dalí’s mother died of breast cancer when he was sixteen years old. His mother's death "was the greatest blow I had experienced in my life. I worshipped her... I could not resign myself to the loss of a being on whom I counted to make invisible the unavoidable blemishes of my soul."[13] After her death, Dalí’s father married his deceased wife’s sister. Dalí did not resent this marriage as some do think, because he had a great love and respect toward his aunt.[6]

      Madrid and Paris
      In 1922, Dalí moved into the Residencia de estudiantes (Students' Residence) in Madrid[6] and there studied at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts. A lean 1.72 m tall dandy, Dalí already drew attention as an eccentric, wearing long hair and sideburns, coat, stockings and knee breeches in the fashion style of a century earlier. But his paintings, where he experimented with Cubism, earned him the most attention from his fellow students. In these earliest Cubist works, he probably did not completely understand the movement, since his only information on Cubist art came from a few magazine articles and a catalogue given to him by Pichot, and there were no Cubist artists in Madrid at the time.

      Wild-eyed antics of Dalí and fellow surrealist artist Man Ray in Paris on June 16, 1934, photographed by Carl Van VechtenDalí also experimented with Dada, which influenced his work throughout his life. At the San Fernando School of Fine Arts, he became close friends with the poet Federico García Lorca, with whom he might have become romantically involved,[14] and filmmaker Luis Buñuel.

      Dalí was expelled from the academy in 1926 shortly before his final exams when he stated that no one on the faculty was competent enough to examine him.[15] His mastery of painting skills is well documented by that time in his flawlessly realistic Basket of Bread, which was painted in 1926.[1] That same year he made his first visit to Paris where he met with Pablo Picasso, whom young Dalí revered; Picasso had already heard favorable things about Dalí from Joan Miró. Dalí did a number of works heavily influenced by Picasso and Miró over the next few years as he moved toward developing his own style.

      Some trends in Dalí's work that would continue throughout his life were already evident in the 1920s. Dalí devoured influences of all styles of art he could find and then produced works ranging from the most academically classic to the most cutting-edge avant-garde,[16] sometimes in separate works and sometimes combined. Exhibitions of his works in Barcelona attracted much attention and mixtures of praise and puzzled debate from critics.

      Dalí grew a flamboyant moustache, which became iconic of him; it was influenced by that of seventeenth century Spanish master painter Diego Velázquez.

      1929 until World War II

      The Persistence of Memory (1931) is one of Dalí's most famous worksIn 1929, Dalí collaborated with the surrealistic film director Luis Buñuel on the short film Un chien andalou (An Andalusian Dog). He was mainly responsible for helping Buñuel write the script for the film. Dalí later claimed to have been more heavily involved in the filming of the project, but this is not substantiated by contemporary accounts.[17] Also that year he met his muse, inspiration, and future wife Gala,[18] born Helena Dmitrievna Deluvina Diakonova, a Russian immigrant eleven years his senior who was then married to the surrealist poet Paul Éluard. In the same year, Dalí had important professional exhibitions and officially joined the surrealist group in the Montparnasse quarter of Paris (although his work had already been heavily influenced by surrealism for two years). The surrealists hailed what Dalí called the Paranoiac-critical method of accessing the subconscious for greater artistic creativity.[6][7]

      In 1931, Dalí painted one of his most famous works, The Persistence of Memory.[19] Sometimes called Soft Watches or Melting Clocks, the work introduced the surrealistic image of the soft, melting pocket watch. The general interpretation of the work is that the soft watches debunk the assumption that time is rigid or deterministic, and this sense is supported by other images in the work, including the ants and fly devouring the other watches.[20]

      Dalí and Gala, having lived together since 1929, were married in 1934 in a civil ceremony (They remarried in a Catholic ceremony in 1958).

      He became a friend to the historian and scientist Alexandre Deulofeu, also born in Empordà as himself.

      On Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening (1944) Dalí said, "the noise of the bee here causes the sting of the dart that will wake Gala"In 1936, Dalí took part in the London International Surrealist Exhibition. His lecture entitled Fantomes paranoiaques authentiques was delivered wearing a deep-sea diving suit.[21] When Francisco Franco came to power in the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War, Dalí was one of the few Spanish intellectuals supportive of the new regime, which put him at odds with his predominantly Marxist surrealist fellows over politics, eventually resulting in his official expulsion from this group.[18] At this, Dalí retorted, "Le surréalisme, c'est moi."[15] André Breton coined the anagram "avida dollars" (for Salvador Dalí), which more or less translates to "eager for dollars,"[22] by which he referred to Dalí after the period of his expulsion; the surrealists henceforth spoke of Dalí in the past tense, as if he were dead. The surrealist movement and various members thereof (such as Ted Joans) would continue to issue extremely harsh polemics against Dalí until the time of his death and beyond. As World War II started in Europe, Dalí and Gala moved to the United States in 1940, where they lived for eight years. After the move, Dali returned to the practice of Catholicism. In 1942, he published his autobiography, The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí.

      Later years in Catalonia

      Dalí Theatre and Museum in FigueresStarting in 1949, Dalí spent his remaining years back in his beloved Catalonia. The fact that he chose to live in Spain while it was ruled by Franco drew criticism from progressives and many other artists.[23] As such, it is probable that at least some of the common dismissal of Dalí's later works had more to do with politics than the actual merits of the works themselves. In 1959, André Breton organized an exhibit called, Homage to Surrealism, celebrating the Fortieth Anniversary of Surrealism, which contained works by Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Enrique Tábara, and Eugenio Granell. Breton vehemently fought against the inclusion of Dalí's Sistine Madonna in the International Surrealism Exhibition in New York the following year.[24]

      Late in his career, Dalí did not confine himself to painting but experimented with many unusual or novel media and processes: he made bulletist works[25] and was among the first artists to employ holography in an artistic manner.[26] Several of his works incorporate optical illusions. In his later years, young artists like Andy Warhol proclaimed Dalí an important influence on pop art.[27] Dalí also had a keen interest in natural science and mathematics. This is manifested in several of his paintings, notably in the 1950s when he painted his subjects as composed of rhinoceros horns, signifying divine geometry (as the rhinoceros horn grows according to a logarithmic spiral) and chastity (as Dalí linked the rhinoceros to the Virgin Mary).[28] Dalí was also fascinated by DNA and the hypercube; the latter, a 4-dimensional cube, is featured in the painting Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus).

      Dalí’s post-World War II period bore the hallmarks of technical virtuosity and an interest in optical illusions, science and religion. Increasingly Catholic, and inspired by the shock of Hiroshima, he labeled this period "Nuclear Mysticism". In paintings such as The Madonna of Port-Lligat (first version) of 1949 and Corpus Hypercubus, 1954, Dalí sought to synthesize Christian iconography with images of material disintegration inspired by nuclear physics.[29] “Nuclear Mysticism” included such notable pieces as La Gare de Perpignan, 1965, and Hallucinogenic Toreador, 1968–1970.

      Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus) (1954)In 1960, Dalí began work on the Dalí Theatre and Museum in his home town of Figueres; it was his largest single project and the main focus of his energy through 1974. He continued to make additions through the mid-1980s. He found time, however, to design the Chupa Chups logo in 1969. Also in 1969, He was responsible for creating the advertising aspect of the 1969 Eurovision Song Contest, and created a large metal sculpture, which stood on the stage at the Teatro Real in Madrid.

      In 1982, King Juan Carlos of Spain bestowed on Dalí the title Marquis of Pubol, for which Dalí later paid him back by giving him a drawing (Head of Europa, which would turn out to be Dalí's final drawing) after the king visited him on his deathbed.

      Gala died on June 10, 1982. After Gala's death, Dalí lost much of his will to live. He deliberately dehydrated himself—possibly as a suicide attempt, possibly in an attempt to put himself into a state of suspended animation, as he had read that some microorganisms could do. He moved from Figueres to the castle in Púbol which he had bought for Gala and was the site of her death. In 1984, a fire broke out in his bedroom[30] under unclear circumstances—possibly a suicide attempt by Dalí, possibly simple negligence by his staff.[15] In any case, Dalí was rescued and returned to Figueres where a group of his friends, patrons, and fellow artists saw to it that he was comfortable living in his Theater-Museum for his final years.

      The Temptation of St. Anthony (1946) contained Dalí's symbolic elephant, Musee d'Art Moderne in BrusselsThere have been allegations that his guardians forced Dalí to sign blank canvasses that would later (even after his death) be used and sold as originals.[31] As a result, art dealers tend to be wary of late works attributed to Dalí. He died of heart failure at Figueres on January 23, 1989 at the age of 84, and he is buried in the crypt of his Teatro Museo in Figueres.

      Symbolism
      Dalí employed extensive symbolism in his work. For instance, the hallmark soft watches that first appear in The Persistence of Memory suggest Einstein's theory that time is relative and not fixed.[20] The idea for clocks functioning symbolically in this way came to Dalí when he was staring at a runny piece of Camembert cheese during a hot day in August.[32]

      The elephant is also a recurring image in Dalí's works, appearing first in his 1944 work Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening. The elephants, inspired by Gian Lorenzo Bernini's sculpture base in Rome of an elephant to carry an ancient obelisk,[33] are portrayed "with long, multi-jointed, almost invisible legs of desire"[34] along with obelisks on their backs. Coupled with the image of their brittle legs, these encumbrances, noted for their phallic overtones, create a sense of phantom reality. "The elephant is a distortion in space," one analysis explains, "its spindly legs contrasting the idea of weightlessness with structure."[34]...I am painting pictures which make me die for joy, I am creating with an absolute naturalness, without the slightest aesthetic concern, I am making things that inspire me with a profound emotion and I am trying to paint them honestly. —Salvador Dalí, in Dawn Ades, Dalí and Surrealism.

      The egg is another common Dalíesque image. He connects the egg to the prenatal and intrauterine, thus using it to symbolize hope and love;[35] it appears in The Great Masturbator and The Metamorphosis of Narcissus. Various animals appear throughout his work as well: ants point to death, decay, and immense sexual desire; the snail is connected to the human head (he saw a snail on a bicycle outside Freud’s house when he first met Sigmund Freud); and locusts are a symbol of waste and fear.[35]

      His fascination with ants has a strange explanation. When Dalí was a young boy he had a pet bat. One day he discovered his bat was dead, and was covered in ants. He thus developed a fascination with and fear of ants.

      Endeavors outside painting

      Rinoceronte vestido con puntillas (1956), Puerto José BanúsDalí was a versatile artist, not limiting himself only to painting in his artistic endeavors. Some of his more popular artistic works are sculptures and other objects, and he is also noted for his contributions to theatre, fashion, and photography, among other areas.

      Two of the most popular objects of the surrealist movement were the Lobster Telephone and the Mae West Lips Sofa, completed by Dalí in 1936 and 1937, respectively. The Scottish patron Edward James commissioned both of these pieces from Dalí; James, an eccentric who had inherited a large English estate when he was five, was one of the foremost supporters of the surrealists in the 1930s.[36] "Lobsters and telephones had strong sexual connotations for [Dalí]" according to the display caption for the Lobster Telephone at the Tate Gallery, "and he drew a close analogy between food and sex."[37] The telephone was functional, and James purchased four of them from Dalí to replace the phones in his retreat home. One now appears at the Tate Gallery; the second can be found at the German Telephone Museum in Frankfurt; the third belongs to the Edward James Foundation; and the fourth is at the National Gallery of Australia.[36]

      Gala in the window (1933), MarbellaThe wood and satin Mae West Lips Sofa was shaped after the lips of actress Mae West, whom Dalí apparently found fascinating.[18] West was previously the subject of Dalí's 1935 painting The Face of Mae West. The Mae West Lips Sofa currently resides at the Brighton and Hove Museum in England.

      During the years 1941 and 1970 Dali was also responsible for creating a beautiful ensemble of jewels, 39 in total. The jewels created are intricate and many contain actual moving parts. The most famous jewel created by Dali is "The Royal Heart". This particular jewel is crafted using gold and is encrusted with forty-six rubies, forty-two diamonds and four emeralds. This remarkable piece of art is highlighted by the fact that the jewel is created in such a way that the center "beats" much like a real heart and making the viewing of this jewel quite the experience. Dali himself commented that "Without an audience, without the presence of spectators, these jewels would not fulfill the function for which they came into being. the viewer, then, is the ultimate artist." (Dali, 1959.) The Dali —Joies (The Jewels of Dali) collection can be seen at the Dali Theater Museum in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain, where it is on permanent exhibition.

      In theatre, Dalí is remembered for constructing the scenery for García Lorca's 1927 romantic play Mariana Pineda.[38] For Bacchanale (1939), a ballet based on and set to the music of Richard Wagner's 1845 opera Tannhäuser, Dalí provided both the set design and the libretto.[39] Bacchanale was followed by set designs for Labyrinth in 1941 and The Three-Cornered Hat in 1949.[40]

      Dalí also delved into the realms of filmmaking, most notably playing large roles in the production of Un Chien Andalou, a 17-minute French art film co-written with Luis Buñuel which is widely remembered for its graphic opening scene simulating the slashing of a human eyeball with a razor. Dalí's other major film work is the Disney cartoon production Destino; clocking in at a mere six minutes, it contains dream-like images of strange figures flying and walking about. Dalí also designed the dream sequence in Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound which heavily delves into themes of psychoanalysis.

      Dalí built a repertoire in the fashion and photography industries as well. In fashion, his cooperation with the Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli is well-known, where Dalí was hired by Schiaparelli to produce a white dress with a lobster print. Other designs Dalí made for her include a shoe-shaped hat and a pink belt with lips for a buckle. He was also involved in creating textile designs and perfume bottles. With Christian Dior in 1950, Dalí created a special "costume for the year 2045."[39] Photographers with whom he collaborated include Man Ray, Brassaï, Cecil Beaton, and Philippe Halsman.

      A photograph from the Dalí Atomica series (1948) by Philippe HalsmanWith Man Ray and Brassaï, Dalí photographed nature, while with the others he explored a range of obscure topics, including with Halsman the Dalí Atomica series (1948)—inspired by his painting Leda Atomica—which in one photograph depicts "a painter’s easel, three cats, a bucket of water and Dalí himself floating in the air."[39]

      References to Dalí in the context of science are made in terms of his fascination with the paradigm shift that accompanied the birth of quantum mechanics in the twentieth century. Inspired by Werner Heisenberg's Uncertainty principle, in 1958 he wrote in his "Anti-Matter Manifesto": "In the Surrealist period I wanted to create the iconography of the interior world and the world of the marvelous, of my father Freud. Today the exterior world and that of physics, has transcended the one of psychology. My father today is Dr. Heisenberg."[41]

      The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory (1954) was Dalí's way of ushering in the new science of physics above psychologyIn this respect, The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, which appeared in 1954, in hearkening back to The Persistence of Memory and portraying that painting in fragmentation and disintegration, summarizes Dalí's acknowledgment of the new science.[41]

      Architectural achievements include his Port Lligat house near Cadaqués as well as the Dream of Venus surrealist pavilion at the 1939 World's Fair which contained within it a number of unusual sculptures and statues. His literary works include The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí (1942), Diary of a Genius (1952–1963), and Oui: The Paranoid-Critical Revolution (1927–1933). The artist worked extensively in the graphic arts producing many etchings and lithographs. While his early work in printmaking is equal in quality to his important paintings as he grew older, he would sell the rights to images but not be involved in the print-production itself. In addition, a large number of unauthorized fakes were produced in the eighties and nineties thus further confusing the Dalí print market.

      Politics and personality
      Salvador Dalí's politics played a significant role in his emergence as an artist. He has sometimes been portrayed as a fascist supporter.[23][42] André Breton, in particular, nicknamed him "Avida Dollars" (an anagram) and made a strong effort to dissociate his name from surrealists proper. The reality is probably somewhat more complex; in any event, he was probably not an antisemite, that he was a friendly acquaintance of famed architect and designer Paul László, who was Jewish. He also professed great admiration for Freud (whom he met), and Einstein, both Jewish, as can be verified throughout his writings. In his critical review of Dalí's autobiography Secret Life, George Orwell wrote "One ought to be able to hold in one’s head simultaneously the two facts that Dalí is a good draughtsman and a disgusting human being."[43]

      In his youth, Dalí embraced for a time both anarchism and communism. His writings account various anecdotes of making radical political statements more to shock listeners than from any deep conviction, which was in keeping with Dalí's allegiance to the Dada movement. As he grew older his political allegiances changed, especially as the Surrealist movement went through transformations under the leadership of the Trotskyist Andre Breton who is said to have called Dali in for questioning on his politics. In the 1970 'Dali by Dali' Dali was declaring himself an anarchist and monarchist giving rise to speculations of Anarcho-Monarchism.

      While in New York in 1942, he denounced his surrealist, colleague filmmaker Luis Buñuel as an atheist, causing Buñuel to be fired from his position at the Museum of Modern Art and subsequently blacklisted from the American film industry.[44]

      Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) (1936)With the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, Dalí fled from fighting and refused to align himself with any group. Likewise, after World War II, George Orwell criticized Dalí for "scuttl[ing] off like rat as soon as France is in danger" after Dalí prospered there for years: "When the European War approaches he has one preoccupation only: how to find a place which has good cookery and from which he can make a quick bolt if danger comes too near."[43] After his return to Catalonia after World War II, Dalí became closer to the Franco regime. Some of Dalí's statements supported the Franco regime, congratulating Franco for his actions aimed "at clearing Spain of destructive forces". Dalí sent telegrams to Franco, "praising him for signing death warrants for political prisoners."[23] Dalí even painted a portrait of Franco's grand-daughter. It is impossible to determine whether his tributes to Franco were sincere or whimsical; he also once sent a telegram praising the Conducător, Romanian Communist leader Nicolae Ceauşescu, for his adoption of a scepter as part of his regalia. The Romanian daily newspaper Scînteia published it, without suspecting its mocking aspect. Dalí's eccentricities were tolerated by the Franco regime, since not many world-famous artists would accept living in Spain. One of Dalí's few possible bits of open disobedience was his continued praise of Federico García Lorca even in the years when Lorca's works were banned.[14]

      Dalí was a colorful and imposing presence in his ever-present long cape, walking stick, haughty expression, and upturned waxed mustache, famous for having said that "every morning upon awakening, I experience a supreme pleasure: that of being Salvador Dalí."[45]. The entertainer Cher and her husband Sonny Bono, when young, came to a party at Dalí's expensive residence in New York's Plaza Hotel and were startled when Cher sat down on an oddly-shaped sexual vibrator left in an easy chair. When signing autographs for fans, Dalí would always keep their pens. When interviewed by Mike Wallace on his Sixty Minutes television show, Dalí kept referring to himself in the third person, and told the startled Mr. Wallace matter-of factly that "Dalí is immortal and will not die". During another television appearance, on the Tonight Show, Dalí carried with him a leather rhinoceros and refused to sit upon anything else.

      Listing of selected works
      Dalí produced over 1,500 paintings in his career,[46] in addition to producing illustrations for books, lithographs, designs for theater sets and costumes, a great number of drawings, dozens of sculptures, and various other projects, including an animated cartoon for Disney. Below is a chronological sample of important and representative work, as well as some notes on what Dalí did in particular years:[1]

      The Philadelphia Museum of Art used a surreal entrance display including its steps, for the 2005 Salvador Dali exhibitionIn Carlos Lozano's biography, Sex, Surrealism, Dalí, and Me, produced by the collaboration of Clifford Thurlow, Lozano makes it clear that Dalí never stopped being a surrealist. As Dalí said of himself: "the only difference between me and the surrealists is that I am a surrealist."[22] Everything, including his support for Franco and telegrams to Ceauşescu must be seen in this light.

      1910 Landscape Near Figueras
      1913 Vilabertin
      1916 Fiesta in Figueras (begun 1914)
      1917 View of Cadaqués with Shadow of Mount Pani
      1918 Crepuscular Old Man (begun 1917)
      1919 Port of Cadaqués (Night) (begun 1918) and Self-portrait in the Studio
      1920 The Artist’s Father at Llane Beach and View of Portdogué (Port Aluger)
      1921 The Garden of Llaner (Cadaqués) (begun 1920) and Self-portrait
      1922 Cabaret Scene and Night Walking Dreams
      1923 Self Portrait with L'Humanite and Cubist Self Portrait with La Publicitat
      1924 Still Life (Syphon and Bottle of Rum) (for García Lorca) and Portrait of Luis Buñuel
      1925 Large Harlequin and Small Bottle of Rum, and a series of fine portraits of his sister Anna Maria, most notably Figure At A Window
      1926 Basket of Bread and Girl from Figueres
      1927 Composition With Three Figures (Neo-Cubist Academy) and Honey is Sweeter Than Blood (his first important surrealist work)
      1929 Un chien andalou (An Andalusian Dog) film in collaboration with Luis Buñuel, The Lugubrious Game, The Great Masturbator, The First Days of Spring, and The Profanation of the Host
      1930 L'Âge d'Or (The Golden Age) film in collaboration with Luis Buñuel
      1931 The Persistence of Memory (his most famous work, featuring the "melting clocks"), The Old Age of William Tell, and William Tell and Gradiva
      1932 The Spectre of Sex Appeal, The Birth of Liquid Desires, Anthropomorphic Bread, and Fried Eggs on the Plate without the Plate. The Invisible Man (begun 1929) completed (although not to Dalí's own satisfaction).
      1933 Retrospective Bust of a Woman (mixed media sculpture collage) and Portrait of Gala With Two Lamb Chops Balanced on Her Shoulder, Gala in the window
      1934 The Ghost of Vermeer of Delft Which Can Be Used As a Table and A Sense of Speed
      1935 Archaeological Reminiscence of Millet’s Angelus and The Face of Mae West
      1936 Autumn Cannibalism, Lobster Telephone, Soft Construction with Boiled Beans (Premonition of Civil War) and two works titled Morphological Echo (the first of which began in 1934).
      1937 Metamorphosis of Narcissus, Swans Reflecting Elephants, The Burning Giraffe, Sleep, The Enigma of Hitler, and Mae West Lips Sofa
      1938 The Sublime Moment and Apparition of a Face and Fruit Dish on the Beach
      1940 The Slave Market with Disappearing Bust of Voltaire, The Face of War
      1943 The Poetry of America and Geopoliticus Child Watching the Birth of the New Man
      1944 Galarina and Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee around a Pomegranate a Second Before Awakening
      1944–1948 Hidden Faces, a novel
      1945, Basket of Bread—Rather Death Than Shame and Fountain of Milk Flowing Uselessly on Three Shoes; This year Dalí collaborated with Alfred Hitchcock on a dream sequence to the film Spellbound, to mutual dissatisfaction.
      1946 The Temptation of St. Anthony
      1948 "Les Elephants"
      1949 Leda Atomica and The Madonna of Port Lligat. Dalí returned to Catalonia this year.
      1951 Christ of St. John of the Cross and Exploding Raphaelesque Head.
      1952 Galatea of the Spheres
      1954 The Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory (begun in 1952), Corpus Hypercubus Crucifixion and Young Virgin Auto-Sodomized by the Horns of Her Own Chastity.
      1955 The Sacrament of the Last Supper, Lonesome Echo, record album cover for Jackie Gleason
      1956 Still Life Moving Fast, Rinoceronte vestido con puntillas
      1958 The Rose
      1959 The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus.
      1960 Dalí began work on the Teatro-Museo Gala Salvador Dalí
      1965 Dalí donates a gouache, ink and pencil drawing of the Crucifixion to the Rikers Island jail in New York City. The drawing hung in the inmate dining room from 1965 to 1981.[47]
      1967 Tuna Fishing
      1969 Chupa Chups logo
      1970 The Hallucinogenic Toreador, acquired in 1969 by A. Reynolds Morse & Eleanor R. Morse before it was completed
      1972 La Toile Daligram
      1976 Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea
      1977 Dalí's Hand Drawing Back the Golden Fleece in the Form of a Cloud to Show Gala Completely Nude, Very Far Away Behind the Sun (stereoscopical pair of paintings)
      1983 Dalí completed his final painting, The Swallow's Tail.
      2003 Destino, an animated cartoon which was originally a collaboration between Dalí and Walt Disney, is released. Production on Destino began in 1945.
      The largest collections of Dalí's work are at the Dalí Theatre and Museum in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain, followed by the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida which contains the collection of A. Reynolds Morse & Eleanor R. Morse. Other particularly significant collections include the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, and the Salvador Dalí Gallery in Pacific Palisades, California. Espace Dalí in Montmartre, Paris, France, as well as the Dalí Universe in London, England, contain a large collection of his drawings and sculptures.

      The unlikeliest venue for Dalí's work was the Rikers Island jail in New York City; a sketch of the Crucifixion he donated to the jail hung in the inmate dining room for 16 years before it was moved to the prison lobby for safekeeping. The drawing was stolen in March 2003 and has not been recovered.[47]

      References
      ^ a b Dalí, Salvador. (2000) Dalí: 16 Art Stickers, Courier Dover Publications. ISBN 0-486-41074-9.
      ^ Ian Gibson (1997). The Shameful Life of Salvador Dali. W. W. Norton & Company. Gibson found out that "Dalí" (and its many variants) is an extremely common surname in Arab countries like Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria or Egypt. On the other hand, also according to Gibson, Dalí's mother family, the Domènech of Barcelona, had Jewish roots.
      ^ Saladyga, Stephen Francis. "The Mindset of Salvador Dalí". lamplighter (Niagara University). Vol. 1 No. 3, Summer 2006. Retrieved July 22, 2006.
      ^ According to his birth certificate. Salvador Dalí astrological chart on astrotheme.fr. Accessed 30 September 2006.
      ^ Dalí, The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí, 1948, London: Vision Press, p.33
      ^ a b c d e f Llongueras, Lluís. (2004) Dalí, Ediciones B — Mexico. ISBN 84-666-1343-9.
      ^ a b Rojas, Carlos. Salvador Dalí, Or the Art of Spitting on Your Mother's Portrait, Penn State Press (1993). ISBN 0-271-00842-3.
      ^ Salvador Dalí. SINA.com. Retrieved on July 31, 2006.
      ^ Salvador Dalí biography on astrodatabank.com. Accessed 30 September 2006.
      ^ Dalí, Secret Life, p.2
      ^ Dalí, Secret Life, p.2
      ^ Dalí Biography 1904–1989 — Part Two. Retrieved on 2006-09-30.
      ^ Dalí, Secret Life, pp.152–3
      ^ a b Bosquet, Alain, Conversations with Dalí, 1969. p. 19. (Portable Document File)
      ^ a b c Salvador Dalí: Olga's Gallery. Retrieved on July 22, 2006.
      ^ Hodge, Nicola, and Libby Anson. The A–Z of Art: The World's Greatest and Most Popular Artists and Their Works. California: Thunder Bay Press, 1996. Online citation.
      ^ Koller, Michael. Un Chien Andalou. senses of cinema January 2001. Retrieved on July 26, 2006.
      ^ a b c Shelley, Landry. "Dalí Wows Crowd in Philadelphia". Unbound (The College of New Jersey) Spring 2005. Retrieved on July 22, 2006.
      ^ Clocking in with Salvador Dalí: Salvador Dalí’s Melting Watches (PDF) from the Salvador Dalí Museum. Retrieved on August 19, 2006.
      ^ a b Salvador Dalí, La Conquête de l’irrationnel (Paris: Éditions surréalistes, 1935), p. 25.
      ^ Jackaman, Rob. (1989) Course of English Surrealist Poetry Since the 1930s, Edwin Mellen Press. ISBN 0-88946-932-6.
      ^ a b Artcyclopedia: Salvador Dalí. Retrieved September 4, 2006.
      ^ a b c Navarro, Vicente, Ph.D. "The Jackboot of Dada: Salvador Dalí, Fascist". Counterpunch. December 6, 2003. Retrieved July 22, 2006.
      ^ López, Ignacio Javier. The Old Age of William Tell (A study of Buñuel's Tristana). MLN 116 (2001): 295–314.
      ^ The Phantasmagoric Universe—Espace Dalí À Montmartre. Bonjour Paris. Retrieved on August 22, 2006.
      ^ The History and Development of Holography. Holophile. Retrieved on August 22, 2006.
      ^ Hello, Dalí. Carnegie Magazine. Retrieved on August 22, 2006.
      ^ Elliott King in Dawn Ades (ed.), Dalí, Bompiani Arte, Milan, 2004, p. 456.
      ^ Salvador Dalí Bio, Art on 5th Retrieved July 22, 2006.
      ^ "Dalí Resting at Castle After Injury in Fire". The New York Times. September 1, 1984. Retrieved July 22, 2006
      ^ Mark Rogerson (1989). The Dalí Scandal: An Investigation. Victor Gollancz. ISBN 0575037865.
      ^ Salvador Dalí, The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí (New York: Dial Press, 1942), p. 317.
      ^ Michael Taylor in Dawn Ades (ed.), Dalí (Milan: Bompiani, 2004), p. 342
      ^ a b Dalí Universe Collection. County Hall Gallery. Retrieved on July 28, 2006.
      ^ a b "Salvador Dalí's symbolism". County Hall Gallery. Retrieved on July 28, 2006
      ^ a b Lobster telephone. National Gallery of Australia. Retrieved on August 4, 2006.
      ^ Tate Collection | Lobster Telephone by Salvador Dalí. Tate Online. Retrieved on August 4, 2006.
      ^ Federico García Lorca. Pegásos. Retrieved on August 8, 2006.
      ^ a b c Dalí Rotterdam Museum Boijmans. Paris Contemporary Designs. Retrieved on August 8, 2006.
      ^ Past Exhibitions. Haggerty Museum of Art. Retrieved August 8, 2006.
      ^ a b Dalí: Explorations into the domain of science. The Triangle Online. Retrieved August 8, 2006.
      ^ Vicente Navarro (12 December 2003). "Salvador Dali, Fascist". CounterPunch.
      ^ a b George Orwell (1944). "Benefit Of Clergy: Some Notes On Salvador Dali". The Saturday Book for 1944.
      ^ "In his book The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí, I was described as an atheist, an accusation that at the time was worse than being called a Communist. Ironically, at the same moment that Dalí's book appeared, a man named Prendergast who was part of the Catholic lobby in Washington began using his influence with government officials to get me fired. [At Buñuel's job at the Museum of Modern Art he was tasked with selecting and distributing anti-Nazi propaganda films to North and South America, and he was also supposed work on producing such films.] I knew nothing at all about it, but one day when I arrived at my office, I found my two secretaries in tears. They showed me an article in a movie magazine called Motion Picture Herald about a certain peculiar character named Luis Buñuel, author of the scandalous L'Âge d'Or and now an editor at the Museum of Modern Art. Slander wasn't exactly new to me, so I shrugged it off, but my secretaries insisted that this was really very serious. When I went into the projection room, the projectionist, who'd also read the piece, greeted me by wagging his finger in my face and smirking, "Bad Boy!"
      Finally, I too became concerned and went to see Iris, who was also in tears. I felt as if I'd suddenly been sentenced to the electric chair. She told me that the year before, when Dalí's book had appeared, Pendergast had lodged several protests with the State Department, which in turn began to pressure the museum to fire me. They'd managed to keep things quiet for a year; but now, with this article, the scandal had gone public, on the same day that American troops disembarked in Africa.
      Although the director of the museum, Alfred Barr, advised me not to give in, I decided to resign, and found myself once again out on the street, forty-three and jobless." Luis Buñuel (1984). My Last Sigh: The Autobiography of Luis Buñuel. Vintage, 182–183.
      ^ The Surreal World of Salvador Dalí. Smithsonian Magazine. 2005. Retrieved August 31, 2006.
      ^ The Salvador Dalí Online Exhibit. MicroVision. Retrieved on 2006-06-13.
      ^ a b "Dalí picture sprung from jail", BBC, March 2, 2003.

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      Biographies and news
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      St. Petersburg Dalí Museum
      A brush with Dalí's Muse, Guardian article, May 2005

  25. QUESTION:
    what are obstacles selena gomez has gone through in her life or career links to article please?

    • ANSWER:
      Gomez began her acting career at age seven, playing Gianna on Barney & Friends. She said that she learned "everything" about how to act while on the show. Season 7 of Barney & Friends, when Selena Gomez was on the show, was held up for some time. Because of this, the episodes featuring Gomez did not air until she was in 5th grade. This resulted in some mild controversy/confusion as to whether she was on Barney in the 5th grade or the 1st grade.[13] She later had minor roles in Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over and the TV film Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial By Fire. In 2004, Gomez was discovered by the Disney Channel in a nation wide scouting.[14] Gomez appeared as a guest star on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and had a guest appearance – that later turned into a recurring role – on Hannah Montana from season's two to three. In early 2007 Gomez was cast in the Disney Channel series Wizards of Waverly Place as one of the three main characters, Alex Russo.

      In 2008, Gomez appeared in Another Cinderella Story, the direct-to-DVD sequel to the 2004 Hilary Duff film, opposite Drew Seeley. She also had a minor voiceover role as one the Mayor's ninety-six daughters in Horton Hears a Who! which released in March of that year. In April, Lacey Rose, of Forbes ranked Gomez as being fifth on their "Eight Hot Kid Stars To Watch" list; and Rose described Gomez as having been "a multitalented teen".[15] In June, 2009, Gomez appeared in the made-for-television Disney Channel movie, Princess Protection Program with her then best friend Demi Lovato.[16] On August 28, one month after appearing in Princess Protection Program, Gomez appeared in Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie, a made-for-television film based on the show.[17]

      Selena on location in Paris, France filming Monte Carlo in June 2010In 2009, Gomez did a guest appearance as herself in one episode, of Lovato's Disney Channel television show Sonny With a Chance, entitled "Battle of The Network Stars". Gomez, along with two cast members of Wizards of Waverly Place appeared in a television three-way cross-over episode with Hannah Montana and The Suite Life on Deck, entitled Wizards on Deck with Hannah Montana. In February 2009, Gomez signed on to star as one of the two female leads in Ramona and Beezus, a film adaption of the children's novel series by Beverly Cleary.[18][19] In March, 2010, Variety reported that Gomez was set to star as one of the three lead roles in Monte Carlo.[20]

      Music career
      "Tell Me Something I Don't Know" (2008)
      Gomez's first song to chart on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

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      In 2008, Gomez recorded a cover of "Cruella de Vil" -which included a music video for – for the compilation album DisneyMania 6. Gomez recorded three songs for the Another Cinderella Story soundtrack, which Gomez appears in. Gomez also recorded "Fly to Your Heart" for the 2008 animated film Tinker Bell. In July 2008 – before Gomez' sixteenth birthday, she signed a recording deal with Hollywood Records, a music label owned by Disney.[21] In 2009, Gomez recorded "One and the Same" for Princess Protection Program as a duet with Lovato – they both appear in the film.[22] Gomez recorded four songs, one of which was a cover, for the Wizards of Waverly Place soundtrack, only one single (Magic) from the album was released. In May, of the same year, Gomez was featured – with Forever the Sickest Kids, on a duet version of the non-album song "Whoa Oh!".[23]

      Selena Gomez & the Scene
      Main article: Selena Gomez & the Scene
      Formed in 2009, Selena Gomez & the Scene (aka Selena & The Scene) is a pop rock band which consists of Selena Gomez on vocals, Ethan Roberts on guitar, Joey Clement on bass, Greg Garman on drums, and Dane Forrest on keyboards. Kiss & Tell is the band's debut studio album and was released on September 29, 2009 by Hollywood Records. On March 5, 2010, the album was certified Gold by RIAA.[3] The album's single, Naturally, was certified Platinum by RIAA on July 15, 2010.[4] The band's sophomore album A Year Without Rain is set to be released on September 28, 2010.[citation needed]

  26. QUESTION:
    Any totally awesome summer bucket list ideas?
    I'm 13 and my friend and I are trying to make a totally awesome bucket list! Here are some things we already have:
    Go Back-Packing
    Go 24 hours without food
    Have a picnic
    See a movie at midnight
    With A Friend Jump in a pool with all my clothes on
    Try on fancy dresses at the mall that I can't afford haha!
    Make a Time capsual
    skinny dip
    Play hide-and-seek in IKEA
    First kiss
    Do a Chinese fire drill at a stoplight
    Have everyone I meet for a day sign my shirt

    So yeah anything really fun! We just wanna let loose and have fun! Without doing anything illegal btw! Not to many sexual things! We just wanna go crazy together! No boring book or sport things either! We also want a challenge! The whole idea of the bucket list is to do crazy stupid things we've never done before!

    • ANSWER:
      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Build a Homemade tent
      11)Make ice cream
      12)Invisible rope prank
      13)Sleep under the stars
      14)Dance in the rain
      15)Have a picnic
      16)Set up a lemonade stand
      17)Complete an 1000 piece puzzle
      18)Watch fireworks
      19)Buy Vans
      20)Convince a stranger I’m English
      21)Go skinny dipping
      22)Make smores
      23)Send a message in a bottle
      24)Water balloon fight
      25)Do a cartwheel in a store
      26)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      27)Spray someone with a hose
      28)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      29)Watch the sun rise and set
      30)Build a sandcastle
      31)Read the entire Harry potter series
      32)Disney movie Marathon
      33)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      34)Go on a zip line
      35)Buy a hula-hoop
      36)Ride a four wheeler
      37)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      38)Make a dream catcher
      39)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      40)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      41)Prank someone and film it
      42)Go to a zoo
      43)Play tag with at least five people
      44)Have a conversation with a random stranger
      45)Make a smoothie
      46)Make a Slip and Slide
      47)Take pictures in a photo booth
      48)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      49)Leave a note in a really popular library book for fun
      50)Build a blanket fort
      51)Roll down a hill
      52)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      53)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      54)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      55)Fake trip/fall in public
      56)Make a popsicle
      57)Put Mentos in coke
      58)Draw with chalk
      59)Freeze A Water Balloon and Peel off the Balloon Part
      60)Get a manicure
      61)Make a movie
      62)Climb a tree
      63)Epic Pillow Fight
      64)Say yes to everything
      65)Wash a car
      66)Play a new sport
      67)Spend a whole day barefoot
      68)Jump off of the high dive
      69)Skip stones
      70)Wake up once at noon
      71)Make a root beer float
      72)Put on sunglasses when it’s raining
      73)Make something out of duct tape and use it
      74)Fill an entire color book
      75)Bury a time capsule
      76)Dance party with myself
      77)Teach my dog a new trick
      78)Get my splits
      79)Push someone into a pool
      80)Ride on a lazy river
      81)Make an obstacle course
      82)Climb up onto a roof
      83)Make tin can stilts
      84)Plant a tree
      85)Spin the bottle
      86)call someone at 3 am
      87)Put a random item in someone’s shopping cart
      88)Make fruit kebabs
      89)Donate 1000 grains of rice each week (Freerice.com)
      90)Shaving Cream war
      91)Bury a friend in sand or get buried in sand
      92)Make up a fake name for an entire day
      93)Run through sprinkles
      94)Go thrifting
      95)Scavenger hunt in Wal-Mart
      96)Bury a letter in the ground and open in in 3 summers
      97)Pay for something in only change
      98)Light Sparklers on the 4th of July and wave them around crazy
      99)Over the summer give random compliments to 10 people
      100)Sleep on a couch
      101)Have a photo/video shoot
      102)Ride a Mechanical horse
      103)Take a jumping picture
      104)Make homemade pizza
      105)Write my name in sand
      106)Dance on top of a table
      107)Tie Dye a white shirt
      108)Play Truth or Dare in a store
      109)Go cloud watching
      110)Make origami
      111)Make a friendship bracelet
      112)Walk behind a stranger and copy them
      113)Throw change into a fountain
      114)Play flashlight tag
      115)Make a summer scrapbook
      116)Complete this list <3

      hope this helps :)

  27. QUESTION:
    What are some things I could put on my "Bucket" List ?!?
    Hey guys I know it's not technically a "bucket" list since I'm not dying but whatever. Lol anyways My friend and I are 13 and 14. We're looking for some fun, crazy things to do this summer. We want to have the best summer we've ever had !(: So please can you give us ideas to add to our summer "bucket " list . Thanks(:

    • ANSWER:
      Here is mine...im still working on it

      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Make ice cream
      11)Sleep under the stars
      12)Dance in the rain
      13)Have a picnic
      14)Set up a lemonade stand
      15)Complete an 1000 piece puzzle
      16)Watch fireworks
      17)Buy Vans
      18)Convince a stranger I’m English
      19)Go skinny dipping
      20)Make smores
      21)Send a message in a bottle
      22)Water balloon fight
      23)Do a cartwheel in a store
      24)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      25)Spray someone with a hose
      26)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      27)Watch the sun rise and set
      28)Build a sandcastle
      29)Read the entire Harry potter series
      30)Disney movie Marathon
      31)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      32)Go on a zip line
      33)Buy a hula-hoop
      34)Ride a four wheeler
      35)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      36)Make a dream catcher
      37)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      38)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      39)Prank someone and film it
      40)Go to a zoo
      41)Play tag with at least five people
      42)Have a conversation with a random stranger
      43)Make a smoothie
      44)Make a Slip and Slide
      45)Take pictures in a photo booth
      46)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      47)Leave a note in a really popular library book for fun
      48)Build a blanket fort
      49)Roll down a hill
      50)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      51)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      52)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      53)Fake trip/fall in public
      54)Make a popsicle
      55)Put Mentos in coke
      56)Draw with chalk
      57)Freeze A Water Balloon and Peel off the Balloon Part
      58)Get a manicure
      59)Make a movie
      60)Climb a tree
      61)Epic Pillow Fight
      62)Say yes to everything
      63)Wash a car
      64)Play a new sport
      65)Spend a whole day barefoot
      66)Jump off of the high dive
      67)Skip stones
      68)Wake up once at noon
      69)Make a root beer float
      70)Put on sunglasses when it’s raining
      71)Make something out of duct tape and use it
      72)Fill an entire color book
      73)Burry a time capsule
      74)Dance party with myself
      75)Teach my dog a new trick
      76)Get my splits
      77)Push someone into a pool
      78)Ride on a lazy river
      79)Make an obstacle course
      80)Climb up onto a roof
      81)Make tin can stilts
      82)Plant a tree
      83)Spin the bottle
      84)call someone at 3 am
      85)Put a random item in someone’s shopping cart
      86)Make fruit kebabs
      87)Donate 1000 grains of rice each week (Freerice.com)
      88)Shaving Cream war
      89)Bury a friend in sand or get buried in sand
      90)Make up a fake name for an entire day
      91)Run through sprinkles
      92)Go thrifting
      93)Scavenger hunt in Wal-Mart
      94)Bury a letter in the ground and open in in 3 summers
      95)Pay for something in only change
      96)Light Sparklers on the 4th of July and wave them around crazy
      97)Over the summer give random compliments to 10 people
      98)Sleep on a couch
      99)Have a photo/video shoot
      100)Ride a Mechanical horse
      101)Take a jumping picture
      102)Make homemade pizza
      103)Write my name in sand
      104)Dance on top of a table
      105)Tie Dye a white shirt
      106)Play Truth or Dare in a store
      107)Go cloud watching
      108)Make origami
      109)Make a friendship bracelet
      110)Walk behind a stranger and copy them
      111)Throw change into a fountain
      112)Paly flashlight tag
      113)Make a summer scrapbook
      114)Complete this list <3

  28. QUESTION:
    List of things to do in the summer with my best friend?
    My best friend is traveling to Colorado to visit me (she's coming from Texas). We are planning on spending two weeks together, and we want it to be as fun as it can POSSIBLY be. We know the obvious fun things we could do (go to the movies, go tubing, etc.) but I'd love a list of really different fun things we could do. And since we are both 15, no babyish ideas! Of course, we can't drive ourselves around either, so please keep that in mind. Thank you so so much.
    P.S. we are going to a huge concert so maybe an idea or two concerning that? Thanks!!!!!!!!

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  29. QUESTION:
    List up to 37 things to do when your bored?
    well maybe not 37, but a good couple!

    also its LASHING rain, so things to do inside?

    Thanks!
    -Rach <*))){

    • ANSWER:
      1. Play my xbox.
      2. Watch a film.
      3. Draw something from one of my comic books.
      4. Browse on the internet
      5. Make new friends online
      6. Read a book
      7. Read comics
      8. Write up ideas for a story
      9. Listen to music
      10. Watch episodes.
      11. Watch crap on telelvision.
      12. Make odd things from paper such as hats.
      13. Do my homework.
      14. Go outside and dance in the rain.
      15. Pretend to be a vampire slayer.
      16. Act out things you'd like to happen
      17. Think about even though your bored life is still good.
      18. Play with my animals
      19. Do some chores that i need to do, bored already may as well do what needs to be done.
      20. Chat to people on msn.
      21. Try to solve peopls problems and cheer them up, its always good to be good,
      22. Paint your nails
      23. Practice funky hairstyles with your hair,
      24. Eat something nice
      25. THink about the futute and how good it will be.
      26. Masturbate.
      27. Watch films i own, you well be surprised as to how much you enjoy them when bored.
      28. Watch disney films such as the lion king and try to pick out subtle subliminal messages, such as in the lion king it says "sex" in the stars.
      29. Excercise, good for you and with music can be good fun.
      30. Practice cooking, but some cake mixes etc.
      31. If you have lots of free credit then call one of your friends on witheld and play music down the phone, its funny if you keep doing it.
      32. Knit a blanket.
      33. Make a video for youtube.
      34. Make a comic book.
      35. Research things that could be good in the future.
      36. Have a bath, its always nice to be clean.
      37. Go on yahoo and try to get best answer . Hint Hint :D

      Good day! =)

  30. QUESTION:
    Why do White People always complain about special programs for Blacks/Minorities?
    I have assimilated into the white culture to avoid feeling like an outcast. Fortunately I don’t look black so I am accepted by many more whites than most black people. Being a black female is the worst because no one wants you. I have separated myself from most of the black culture because it has become so bad that it is almost destroying itself with the violent, ignorant, destructive characteristics. I am a Tom, so be it. I don’t watch BET or participate in any of the black programs because I don’t want to be viewed as a certain race. I fight the concept of race everyday, but sometimes it seems like a losing battle…
    It hurts so much sometimes…

    First of all, I'm so tired of white people whining about programs for minorities. We get these programs because we are MINORITIES. This country is mostly composed of whites; therefore almost everything is made in their favor. Caucasians don't need organizations. You guys dominant politics, own nearly all of the country, decide what we learn in schools and colleges, etc. You guys already have this country made in your image so what else do you want?

    Why the heck do you need your own channel like BET? You are on every channel day and night!!! When I turn on my television all I see is white people. Most of the movie stars are white, and there is a horrible bias in Hollywood. Most black movie stars are overlooked by casting directors because no one wants to see black main stars on film. Very few black stars exist; this is obvious because you always see the same ones in movies. Will Smith, Martin Laurence, Samuel L. Jackson, and how many freaking movies has Morgan Freeman appeared in?

    My boyfriend just asked me how it is to be black. After dating me he learned how difficult it really is to be a minority. He tells me all the time how bad he feels for me, but how much better he is treated for being a white male. He always sympathizes with me and tells me he could never understand what it is like to see your race ignored for just about everything. None of these programs even begin to elevate the status of blacks in this country anyway. There is so much ground to be risen, and it is a hard and long journey through the feelings of inadequacy and self-loathing. Most blacks will lie about how they feel about being black, but I will be honest in saying that we all feel inadequate sometimes. Why wouldn't we?

    As a child when I watched Disney movies or fairy tales, I always hated myself because I wasn't a beautiful white girl. My hair was nappy and short, not blonde, straight, and long. My eyes were brown not blue or green. No one wants you, and you lose hope in ever being able to be equal. People don't view you as equal, but only different. You have no idea what it is like to be a young child and know that you won’t be picked to be Cinderella because you are not white. Or knowing that white boy you like will never want you because you aren’t white. And knowing that no matter what you do you will never be equal in this society, you will always be somewhat lesser than a white person. Everyone is white but you aren’t and everyone lets you know it.

    Also, there is the embarrassing history of blacks and whites cruelty towards them. Remember, not even a generation has passed since blacks were openly lynched without cause or punishment to the whites that did it. Segregation was around when my mother was an adolescent and I'm only 23. Do you know how evil white people were? They killed blacks for no reason at all and watched them suffer for recreation. They gave cocaine to them to make them work harder and then lashed out against them because of the behavior it exhibited. ‘Crazed Negro’s attack’ have you guys done any research on the history of racism? There is so much more horror done to the blacks besides slavery. Most people don’t know the entire history and don’t grasp the long-term effects of discrimination and how it affects the moral and position of an entire race. Do you really think that racism still doesn't have an affect on the status of blacks and the mentality of the race? Don't you think we need programs in order to compete in the job market and to gain some freaking self-esteem? Stop saying ‘Get Over It’ because black skin color hasn’t turned white just because the law says we are all equal. You really need to stop taking your race for granted; you don't know how hard it is to be black in a world that only sees in color...

    My boyfriend urges me to push on and try and fight the prejudice that even he sometimes has against blacks. It is not worth it to sit and moan about the position you're in. That is why I educate people and try to make the best of what I have been given. Why do you want to take away what little hope we have left for our future?

    • ANSWER:
      Damn, woman...do you always talk so much?
      I don't think people give as much of a rats-@ss what your skin tone is as you may think. People complain about social programs because they are paid for with tax dollars that no one bothered to ask the tax payers if it was OK to spend. Just like ALL tax dollars spent! Heck, everyone complains about everything. You just do what you are doing -- education, work hard, be a good person....and relax a little more. If some dumb@ss hillbilly does'nt like you because you are a few shades darker then him or her then that's their problem. No matter how it makes you feel, it's THEIR problem. Ever read 'Up From Slavery' by Booker T. Washington? (he is on my short list of people to meet when I get to heaven). You want to talk about someone that managed to overcome the most God awful conditions a person could be dealt --- and he always had a 100% positive attitude, and acomplished more in a single lifetime than ANY of our so-called social leaders and politicians could ever do.
      PS -- my family background is American Indian, but you can call me American!

  31. QUESTION:
    Crazy summer bucket list ideas?
    So me andy friends have done EVERYTHING. We need some hardcore things to do durring summer. Perverted, scary, gross, funny, or dangerous! We will do it!

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for all time, some things aren't for your (or my) age, and so on.

      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.
      131) Watch Final Fantasy VII
      132) Get my hair cut like Kairi (part 1&2)
      133) Get my hair cut like Namine.
      134) Finish all the Final Fantasy games, starting from VII.

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I crossed out a few things, that's why there are gaps between the numbers.

  32. QUESTION:
    How to spend our last summer together?
    So theirs 6 of us, were all 16 and will be spending our last summer together before we all seporate to different collages. Heres the list weve got  
    °a day where we'll do photo shoots and stuff  
    °stay in a tipi over night  
    °disney themed sleep over :-P (for fun) 
    Thats all we got :/ we live in a middle of no where basicly and there are no concerts or theme parks close to where we live. Any ideas on what could we do? We live in North Wales if that helpes :D thanks x

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  33. QUESTION:
    CRAZY bucket list ideas for girls?
    okayyyy, im making a bucket list and I need ideas.
    im 13 and I really want a fun summer (nothing that will get me arrested please.)
    no love like kissing and stuff that's stupid.
    gimme 10 or more ideas pleaseee.
    thanks

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  34. QUESTION:
    summer bucket list for teenagers?
    Me and my best friend are trying to make a bucket list for summer 2013!! We are 14 and need ideas!help?

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  35. QUESTION:
    Our last summer together, what can we do?
    So theirs 6 of us, were all 16 and will be spending our last summer together before we all seporate to different collages. Heres the list weve got
    °a day where we'll do photo shoots and stuff
    °stay in a tipi over night
    °disney themed sleep over :-P (for fun)

    Thats all we got :/ we live in a middle of no where basicly and there are no concerts or theme parks close to where we live. Any ideas on what could we do? We live in North Wales if that helpes :D thanks x

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  36. QUESTION:
    Making a Summer 2013 Bucket List?
    So what would be some good ideas for a summer bucket list for 2013? I'm planning early like I do for everything. I'll be 13 and I have no social life so... Yeah.

    • ANSWER:
      Im doing mine right now too and i also have no social life

      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Make ice cream
      11)Sleep under the stars
      12)Dance in the rain
      13)Have a picnic
      14)Set up a lemonade stand
      15)Watch fireworks
      16)Buy Vans
      17)Convince a stranger I’m English
      18)Go skinny dipping
      19)Make smores
      20)Send a message in a bottle
      21)Do a cartwheel in a store
      22)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      23)Spray someone with a hose
      24)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      25)Watch the sun rise and set
      26)Build a sandcastle
      27)Read the entire Harry potter series
      28)Disney movie Marathon
      29)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      30)Go on a zip line
      31)Ride a four wheeler
      32)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      33)Make a dream catcher
      34)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      35)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      36)Prank someone and film it
      37)Go to a zoo
      38)Play tag with at least five people
      39)Make a smoothie
      40)Make a Slip and Slide
      41)Take pictures in a photo booth
      42)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      43)Build a blanket fort
      44)Roll down a hill
      45)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      46)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      47)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      48)Fake trip/fall in public

  37. QUESTION:
    i wanna watch some cartoon old movies!?
    I am sick and tired of Disney new films like nemo and toy story! I want to watch some more 2d films like the black cauldron, or the secret of the nimh, Bambie, thumbelina, and all dogs go to heaven can you guys list some good Ole movies like these? I have been wanting to watch some.

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some suggestions:

      1. Lady & the Tramp
      2. Peter Pan
      3. The Little Mermaid
      4. The Fox and the Hound
      5. Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
      6. Sleeping Beauty
      7. Pinocchio
      8. Dumbo
      9. Cinderella
      10. Alice in Wonderland
      11. The Sword in the Stone
      12. The Jungle Book
      13. Robin Hood
      14. The Rescuers
      15. The Aristocats
      16. Beauty and the Beast
      17. Aladdin
      18. Pocahontas
      19. A Goofy Movie
      20. The Lion King
      21. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
      22. 101 Dalmatians
      23. Hercules
      24. Mulan
      25. The Emperor's New Groove

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Disney_theatrical_feature_films

  38. QUESTION:
    I need help miley Cyrus make out VIDEO?
    Miley Cyrus make out Video FOR IPHONE ONLY

    • ANSWER:
      Miley Cyrus is an American singer, actress, and author. Cyrus is best known for starring as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana in the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana.

      Following the success of the show, in October 2006, a soundtrack CD was released in which she sang eight songs from the show. Cyrus' solo music career began with the release of her debut album, Meet Miley Cyrus on June 23, 2007. Her second album, Breakout, was released on July 22, 2008. Breakout is Cyrus' first album that does not involve the Hannah Montana franchise. Both albums debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. In 2008 she released her Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert film.

      She also starred in Bolt in 2008, and recorded "I Thought I Lost You" for the soundtrack for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination. She starred in the movie spin-off of Hannah Montana, titled Hannah Montana: The Movie which was released on April 10, 2009. In addition, she has recorded the main single, "The Climb", for the movie soundtrack. In 2008, Cyrus was listed in Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in The World. Forbes magazine ranked her #35 on "The Celebrity 100" list with earnings of over US million in 2008.

  39. QUESTION:
    Songs used in the movies or films.?
    I want to know the list of songs that are used in these films (Disney Channel movies) :
    -Chicken Little
    -Meet the Robinsons
    -Brother Bear 1 and 2
    Thanks.....

    • ANSWER:
      Chicken Little -
      1) Stir It Up - Patti LaBelle and Joss Stone
      2) One Little Slip - Barenaked Ladies
      3) Shake a Tail Feather - The Cheetah Girls
      4) All I Know - Five for Fighting
      5) Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Diana Ross
      6) It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) - R.E.M.
      7) We Are the Champions - Chicken Little
      8) Wannabe - Abby Mallard and Runt of the Litter
      9) Don't Go Breaking My Heart - The "Chicken Little" Cast
      10) The Sky is Falling - Score
      11) The Big Game - Score
      12) Dad Apologizes - Score
      13) Chase to Cornfield - Score
      14) Dodgeball - Score
      15) Driving with Dad - Score

      Brother Bear -
      1. "Look Through My Eyes" - Phil Collins
      2. "Great Spirits" - Tina Turner
      3. "Welcome" - Phil Collins *
      4. "No Way Out" (single version) - Phil Collins
      5. "Transformation" - Bulgarian Women's Choir
      6. "On My Way" - Phil Collins
      7. "The Fishing Song" - Phil Collins (deleted scene)
      8. "Welcome" - Blind Boys of Alabama with Phil Collins and Oren Waters
      9. "No Way Out" - Phil Collins
      10. "Transformation" - Phil Collins
      11. Three Brothers (Score)
      12. Awakes as a Bear (Score)
      13. Wilderness of Danger and Beauty (Score)
      14. "Great Spirits" - Phil Collins (Hidden Track)

      Brother Bear 2 -
      1. Metzger- Opening: Brother Bear 2 – 0:34
      2. Melissa Etheridge - Welcome To This Day – 2:40
      3. Dave Metzger - The Dream – 2:08
      4. Dave Metzger - Father And Daughter – 0:54
      5. Dave Metzger - Nita Confesses Her Fear – 0:55
      6. Melissa Etheridge and Josh Kelley - Feels Like Home – 3:30
      7. Melissa Etheridge - It Will Be Me – 3:35
      8. Metzger- Koda's Wish To The Spirits – 1:38
      9. Dave Metzger- I Love You Too – 2:42
      10. Dave Metzger - Nita's Transformation – 1:23
      11. Melissa Etheridge and Josh Kelley - Welcome To This Day [Reprise] – 1:33

      Meet The Robinsons -
      1. "Another Believer" - Rufus Wainwright
      2. "Little Wonders" - Rob Thomas
      3. "The Future Has Arrived" - The All-American Rejects
      4. "Where is Your Heart At?" - Jamie Cullum (written by Wainwright)
      5. "The Motion Waltz (Emotional Commotion)" - Rufus Wainwright
      6. "Give Me the Simple Life" - Jamie Cullum
      7. The Prologue (Score)
      8. To the Future! (Score)
      9. Meeting the Robinsons (Score)
      10. The Science Fair (Score)
      11. Goob's Story (Score)
      12. A Family United (Score)
      13. Pop Quiz and the Time Machine Montage (Score)
      14. The Evil Plan (Score)
      15. Doris Has Her Day (Score)
      16. Setting Things Right (Score)
      17. "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" - They Might Be Giants
      18. "Kids of the Future" - Jonas Brothers (not heard in the movie, but in a music video in the bonus feature menu)

  40. QUESTION:
    I need ideas for my bucket list!?
    I'm making a list of the 1001 things I want to do in my life, so far I've got 200.
    Meaning I need some inspiration.
    Oh and I've already got and done skydiving, scuba diving bungee jumping etc. etc. so please some original ideas.
    Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for all time, some things aren't for your (or my) age, and so on.

      1) Leave my hand prints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.
      131) Watch Final Fantasy VII
      132) Get my hair cut like Kairi (part 1&2)
      133) Get my hair cut like Namine.
      134) Finish all the Final Fantasy games, starting from VII.

      That's about it, but the list is still in progress, of course!

      I

  41. QUESTION:
    how long were each of michael jackson's videos?
    Like:
    Beat It
    Black Or White
    Thriller
    Billie Jean
    Remember The Time
    Smooth Criminal
    You Are Not Alone
    Bad

    ** exact times please(:

    • ANSWER:
      I'll give you a list of his video lengths from his first solo video, "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough", to his last, "Cry".

      "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough" - 4:11
      "Rock with You" - 3:22
      "She's Out of My Life" - 3:35
      "Billie Jean" - 4:54
      "Beat It" - 4:57
      "Say Say Say" - 4:56
      "Thriller" - 13:43
      "Bad" - 16:14
      "The Way You Make Me Feel" - 6:44
      "Man in the Mirror" - 5:02
      "Dirty Diana" - 5:06
      "Smooth Criminal" - 9:47
      "Leave Me Alone" - 4:36
      "Liberian Girl" - 3:49
      "Black or White" (Full Version) - 11:00
      "Remember the Time" - 9:17
      "In the Closet" - 6:40
      "Jam" 8:02
      "Heal the World" - 6:23
      "Give In to Me" - 5:29
      "Who Is It" - 6:37
      "Will You Be There" - 6:06
      "Gone Too Soon" - 3:38
      "Scream" - 4:47
      "Childhood" - 4:40
      "You Are Not Alone" - 5:35
      "Earth Song" - 7:30
      "They Don't Care About Us" (Brazil Version) - 4:42
      "They Don't Care About Us" (Prison Version) - 4:42
      "Stranger in Moscow" - 5:33
      "Blood on the Dance Floor" - 4:15
      "Ghosts" - 39:33
      "You Rock My World" - 13:30
      "Cry" - 4:59

      Michael also features in his own full length movie, multiple guest appearances, the remake of "The Wizard of Oz", his own 3D Disney short film and his legendary tour rehearsals, "This Is It".

      "The Wiz" - 134:00
      "Captain EO" - 17:06
      "Moonwalker" - 88:00
      "Men in Black II" - Guest Appearance
      "Miss Cast Away and the Island Girls" - Guest Appearance
      "This Is It" - 107:00

      He also features in "The Simpsons" in an episode called "Stark Raving Dad" as mental patient "Leon Kompowsky".

      I hope this helps you. :)

  42. QUESTION:
    I need some help with summer ideas!?
    I live in Antioch California, (bay area) I'm 18 and i'll have a car by the time summer comes around. I have a girlfriend so going and 'having sex with random people in the parking lot, getting drunk and doing drugs thinking you're living it up' is completely out of the question haha. I need some fun ideas. Like places to go close by, and things i can do myself. Like make a giant slip in slide, play football in the mud, egg fight, ect. I want to make a list and accomplish everything. Give me some ideas :D

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  43. QUESTION:
    If all the Disney animated musicals took place in the same continuity, what would be their chronologic order?
    I'm talking about the full length animated features that include songs. What order would they be placed in the scheme of human history?

    • ANSWER:
      This is a categorized and chronological list of the official Disney Classic Animated Features as categorized by Jason Dietz:

      The Classics

      The beginnings of the genre. All great movies even today.

      1.Snow White Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney Special Platinum Edition)

      The first ever animated feature film. Invented the genre and still holds up great.

      2. Pinocchio Pinocchio (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Comming as a Platinum DVD in the next few years.

      3. Fantasia The Fantasia Anthology (3-Disc Collector's Edition) Fantasia (60th Anniversary Special Edition)

      Another genre invention really. Also available in a box set with Fantasia 2000 and a features disk. Comming as a Platinum DVD.

      4. Dumbo Dumbo (60th Anniversary Edition)

      5. Bambi Bambi (55th Anniversary Limited Edition)

      Comming soon as a Platinum DVD

      The Package Era

      During the War, disney could not afford to but out a true feature, so he did six "features" made up of shorter material.

      6. Saludos Amigos Saludos Amigos (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Material inspired by a trip to Latin America.

      7. The Three Caballeros The Three Caballeros (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      More of the same. A great vehicle for Donald Duck!

      8. Make Mine Music Make Mine Music (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Often called a "poor man's Fantasia." One of the highlights is the Peter and the Wolf section.

      9. Fun and Fancy Free Fun and Fancy Free (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Two short stories joined to create a feature. Mickey and the Beanstalk is well known. The other is a Dumbo-like story about a circuis bear.

      10. Melody Time Melody Time (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Another lesser Fantasia. More story driven.

      11. The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Another two parter.

      The Neoclassics

      After the war, Disney made a triumphant return to the way things were with five more classics of the genre.

      12. Cinderella

      Not yet on DVD. This one is comming as a Platinum edition as well.

      13. Alice in Wonderland Alice in Wonderland (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      The classic book brought to life.

      14. Peter Pan Peter Pan (Special Edition)

      15. Lady and the Tramp

      Look for the as yet released Platinum of this one as well.

      16. Sleeping Beauty Sleeping Beauty (Special Edition)

      The final movie done in the "traditional" style.

      The Modern Era

      With the advent of Xerox, Disney's movies took on a new look.

      17. One Hundred and One Dalmatians.

      Platinum DVD comming in the next few years.

      18. The Sword in the Stone The Sword in the Stone (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      It seems every other title in the Modern Era is a weaker picture.

      19. The Jungle Book

      Platinum Edition Comming

      20. The Aristocats The Aristocats (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Another weaker, if still good, title.

      21. Robin Hood Robin Hood (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      22. The Many Adventures of Winbnie the Pooh The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (25th Anniversary Edition)

      The exception to the weaker movie rule.

      The Dark Era

      The good ones during this era have a dark theme. The rest are some of the worst Disney made.

      23. The Rescuers The Rescuers

      A good start to the dark decade.

      24. The Fox and the Hound The Fox and the Hound (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Good try, oh well.

      25. The Black Cauldron The Black Cauldron (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      Some try to save this one by saying it has break through new animation style. I don't think so (see The Lord of the Rings). It is simply the worst animated feature Disney has ever done.

      26. The Great Mouse Detective The Great Mouse Detective

      The Best of the Era.

      27. Oliver and Company Oliver & Company (Special Edition)

      Another slip.

      The Renaissance

      At the end of the eighties, Disney managed to string together five more great movies in the old tradition.

      28. The Little Mermaid

      Platinum DVD comming

      29. The Rescuers Down Under

      The only acceptable Disney Sequel.

      30. Beauty and the Beast Beauty and the Beast (Disney Special Platinum Edition)

      The crowning achievment of Disney animation.

      31. Aladdin

      Comming as a Platinum DVD.

      32. The Lion King The Lion King (Disney Special Platinum Edition)

      Some of the best animation put on film.

      The Nineties

      The rest of the decade saw Disney trying to maintain perfection and almost without exception, failing.

      33. Pocahontas Pocahontas (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      34. The Hunchback of Notre Dame The Hunchback of Notre Dame

      35. Hercules Hercules (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      36. Mulan Mulan (Disney Gold Classic Collection)

      37. Tarzan Tarzan

      The Best since the Lion King

      The Millenium Era

      Beginning really with Tarzan, Disney saw a return to good movies.

      38. Fantasia 2000 The Fantasia Anthology (3-Disc Collector's Edition)

      39. The Emperors New Groove The Emperor's New Groove

      A return to the humor found in the likes of Aladdin

      40. Lilo and Stitch Lilo & Stitch

      Hand drawn like the classics.

      The PG Style

      Along with these latest entries, Disney has produced a PG animation feature the past two years. While not bad, they don't have the same Disney feel as the other classics.

      41. Atlantis Atlantis - The Lost Empire

      42. Treasure Planet Treasure Planet

  44. QUESTION:
    Any good film suggestions?
    In a couple weeks I'm going to be sleeping round my girlfriend's house for a week and will more than likely be wanting to watch some films at night. I'm wanting to buy some new dvds for this...just some light comedy or thrillers that also have light comedy.
    A brief list of films we both tend to like are..cellular, daredevil, Paul Blart: Mall cop, Run fat boy run, Pretty woman, Frankenstein, police academy (kinda)...and then some animated: gnomeo & juliet, hoodwinked, Toy story (and other disney films)

    Any suggestions would be great, thank you. :D

    • ANSWER:
      Comedy/Goofy/Fun Movies:

      1. The Brady Bunch Movie
      2. A Very Brady Sequel
      3. The Wedding Singer
      4. Airheads
      5. Big Daddy
      6. Happy Gilmore
      7. My Cousin Vinny
      8. Heavy Weights
      9. Good Burger
      10. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
      11. Spice World (for Spice Girl fans from 1990s/2000s)
      12. Mr. Deeds
      13. Pineapple Express
      14. Vegas Vacation
      15. The Waterboy
      16. Meet The Parents
      17. Knocked Up
      18. Role Models
      19. National Lampoons Vacation
      20. National Lampoons European Vacation
      21. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation
      22. Vegas Vacation
      23. Home Alone
      24. Home Alone 2
      25. Jingle All The Way
      26. Animal House
      27. All About Steve (It got terrible reviews but I enjoyed it)
      28. Dumb and Dumber
      29. Malibu’s Most Wanted
      30. Lottery Ticket (just ok, not great)
      31. Dick
      32. Billy Madison
      33. Grumpy Old Men
      34. Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle
      35. Class
      36. Scary Movie
      37. Weekend at Bernie’s and sequel
      38. Men at Work
      39. Mad Money
      40. Stripes
      41. Black Knight
      42. The New Guy
      43. Revenge of the Nerds
      44. Click
      45. Grown Ups-not the best but fun once

      Family Movie/Classics:

      1. Pollyanna
      2. Richie Rich
      3. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
      4. The Trouble With Angels
      5. Back To The Future
      6. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
      7. A Little Princess
      8. My Dog Skip
      9. How To Train Your Dragon
      10. Fantastic Mr. Fox
      11. Toy Story series
      12. Coraline
      13. Hey Arnold! The Movie
      14. Jimmy Neutron
      15. The Mighty Ducks
      26. The Rugrats Movie
      27. Our Lips are Sealed
      28. Matilda
      29. Holiday in the Sun
      30. Miracle in Lane 2
      31. The Little Rascals
      32. Passport to Paris
      33. Winning London
      34. Saved By The Bell Hawaiian Style/Wedding in Vegas
      35. The Babyitter’s Club
      36. A Charlie Brown Christmas
      37. Halloween Town and sequel
      38. Piglet’s Big Movie
      39. The Land Before Time
      40. The Swan Princess
      41. Cadet Kelly
      42. The Brave Little Toaster
      43. Rugrats Movie
      44. Recess: School’s Out
      45. Like Mike
      46. The Sandlot
      47. A Kid in King Arthur’s Court
      48. Holes
      49. The Princess Diaries
      50. Sleeping Beauty
      51. Angels in the Outfield
      52. Honey We Shrunk Ourselves
      53. Lady and the Tramp
      54. Life Size
      55. Big Fat liar
      56. Pooh’s Heffalump Movie
      57. Care Bears: King of the Moon
      58. The Tigger Movie
      59. Babes in Toyland
      60. It Takes Two
      61. Madeline
      62. Billboard Dad
      63. Seventeen Again
      65. 101 Dalmatians
      66. Shiloh
      67. Get a Clue
      68. Freaky Friday
      69. Cheaper by The Dozen
      70. The Parent Trap
      72. The santa Clause
      73. Jumanji
      74. Monsters, INC.
      75. James and the Giant Peach
      76. The Cheetah Girls
      77. Shrek

      Hope this helps!

  45. QUESTION:
    TEENAGE bucket list ideas?
    I wanna do a ton of fun things this summer. I'm a 15 yr old girl and I need ideas for a fun summer bucket list:) thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      This is my bucket list for my whole life, so a lot of things aren't for your or my age, but I hope it inspires you!

      1) Leave my handprints in wet cement.
      2) Travel around the world (just pack your bags and leave).
      3) Dye my hair blue.
      4) Have a food fight.
      5) Study on Oxbridge.
      6) Live in London.
      7) Live in New York.
      11) Meet Ed Westwick (or walk past him in the street or something like that)
      12) Graduate with straight A's (or at least a few)
      14) Watch all the big bang theory, the lying game, fringe, friends, two and a half men and so on episodes.
      16) Learn how to snowboard.
      17) Really well.
      18) Dance in the rain.
      19) Make mistakes.
      20) Kiss in the rain.
      21) Make more mistakes.
      22) Visit all the places where they filmed Harry Potter.
      23) Make my best friend come with me to England.
      25) Buy the unofficial Harry Potter cookbook and make every single recipe.
      26) Ride a gondola.
      27) Watch the ball drop on times square.
      28) Take crazy pictures.
      29) Take crazy pictures in a photo booth.
      30) Go on a road trip with no destination.
      31) Visit Machu Picchu.
      32) Have a pet pig.
      33) Walk on the walk of fame.
      34) Buy lots of Victoria's Secret.
      35) Stay up all night to watch the sun rise.
      36) Party on a yacht.
      37) Build a snowman.
      38) Give flowers to a stranger.
      39) Buy a polaroid camera.
      40) Cliff jump.
      41) Cover my bedroom wall with pictures and sweet things.
      42) Have a huge water balloon fight.
      43) Kiss in the back of a cab.
      44) Bake something in the middle of the night with someone I love.
      45) Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      46) Go on a non-budget shopping spree.
      47) Dye my hair red.
      48) Have a flat stomach.
      49) Go on a midnight stroll in Paris.
      50) Breathe in helium with friends.
      51) Steal a street sign.
      52) Take a poor kid with you to have a day of absolute fun.
      53) Get absolutely waisted with friends.
      54) Have a mud fight.
      55) Send a message in a bottle.
      56) Go on a road trip of partying with my best friends.
      57) See stone henge.
      58) Kiss a stranger under the mistletoe.
      59) Develop a British accent.
      60) Give a homeless person a Christmas present.
      61) Make a rainbow cake.
      62) Dive into a pool of chocolate.
      63) Run through a field of sunflowers.
      64) Get a matching tattoo with someone.
      65) Have a one night stand with a guy you've never seen before.
      66) Get dreadlocks.
      67) Dye my hair extremely blonde.
      68) Own a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
      69) See a Broadway Play.
      70) Skydive.
      71) Wear colored contacts.
      72) Make a "free something" paper.
      73) Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: "Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!"
      74) Learn how to skateboard.
      75) Take a high school year abroad.
      76) GO TO PERU (I'm actually going this summer!)
      77) Have a Star Wars marathon.
      78) Have a Disney marathon.
      79) Get a gym subscription and work my *** off.
      80) Date a British boy.
      81) Date an American boy.
      82) Graduate in America with straight A's.
      83) Be on one of those movie-like gigs.
      84) Celebrate Thanksgiving.
      85) Experience prom.
      86) Ride a subway.
      87) Finish all the Kingdom Hearts games.
      88) Have 3 children.
      89) Get a tattoo that says "Always." on my left shoulder or foot.
      90) Get an infinity tattoo in my neck.
      91) Get a relics of death tattoo on my left wrist.
      92) Get a flying birds tattoo somewhere.
      93) Get a keyhole tattooed somewhere.
      94) Get to the hot page on 9gag.
      95) Meet Viggo Mortensen (aragorn is my favorite character)
      96) Have a LOTR marathon.
      97) Read all Harry Potter books in English (I'm Dutch)
      98) Make things up with my former best friend, or at least let her know how much I miss her.
      99) Go to Paris with Sophie.
      100) Kiss a French boy.
      101) Kiss under water.
      102) Get Vans.
      103) Kiss lying down in the snow.
      106) Kiss in a Ferris wheel.
      107) Dip dye my hair.
      108) Dye my hair mint green.
      109) Try weed.
      110) Get out of here.
      111) Complete Wreck this Journal.
      112) Build a fort out of sheets.
      113) Pimp my skateboard.
      114) Learn how to surf.
      115) Kiss a girl.
      116) Get a house where you can sit on the roof.
      117) Go to the mall with a sign saying "free hugs".
      118) Carve my name into a tree.
      119) Roll down a huge hill.
      120) Take a photo every day.
      121) Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says "life".
      122) Drive around with a "honk if..." sign.
      123) Leave a note on someones car window.
      124) Photo-bomb someones picture.
      125) Have a scary movie marathon.
      126) Spend a whole day barefoot... Outside!
      127) Superglue a quarter to the ground. Watch.
      128) Dress up as guys and go out.
      129) Paint each other.
      130) Finish Final Fantasy X & X-2.

  46. QUESTION:
    List of disney characters?
    I need a big list of Disney characters!! I want as many as possible, preferably animated ill count Enchanted as animated as part of it is. I don't want villains but any other characters from any animated films will do. As many as you can think of! Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      This list can go on for SO long... well, I'm going to name the ones off the top of my head without doing any Googling or anything. I feel like that would be cheating :P. Well here it goes:

      1. Mickey Mouse
      2. Minnie Mouse
      3. Donald Duck
      4. Daisy Duck
      5. Goofy
      6. Max (Goofy's son)-- kinda weird considering Goofy's the only one without a lover lol
      7. Pluto
      8. Pete (is he a bad guy? sometimes he's portrayed as good...)
      9. Chip
      10. Dale
      11. Snow White
      12. Dopey
      13. Doc
      14. Happy
      15. Bashful
      16. Sleepy
      17. Sneezy (hope that's his name lol)
      18. Grumpy
      19. Cinderella
      20. Gus-Gus
      21. Jack-Jack
      22. Pinocchio
      23. Cleo
      24. Jiminy Cricket
      25. Gepetto
      26. Aurora
      27. Prince Phillip
      28. Maryweather
      29. Flora
      30. Fauna
      31. Alice
      32. Mad Hatter
      33. White Rabbit
      34. Caterpillar (the one that smokes all the time)
      35. Yensid
      36. Ariel
      37. Prince Eric
      38. King Triton
      39. Sebastian
      40. Flounder
      41. Belle
      42. Beast
      43. Lumier
      44. Cogsworth
      45. Chip
      46. Mrs. Potts
      47. Jasmine
      48. Aladdin
      49. Iago (he turns good in the sequels)
      50. Abu
      51. Genie
      52. Sultan
      53. Carpet
      54. Mulan
      55. Mushu
      56. Cricket
      57. General Shang
      58. Yao
      59. Ling
      60. Chen-Po (I think that's how you spell it...)
      61. Pocahantas
      62. John Smith
      63. Meeko
      64. Flit
      65. Hercules
      66. Megura
      67. Phil
      88. Pegasus
      89. Zeus
      90. Kuzko
      91. Pacha
      92. Kronk (I didn't really see him as a villian, just a poor naive fool haha)
      93. Mowgli
      94. Bageera (I hope I spelled it right)
      95. Baloo
      96. Lilo
      97. Stitch
      98. Tiana
      99. Lady
      100. The Tramp
      101. Peter Pan
      102. Wendy
      103. Tinkerbell
      104. Jane (in the Peter Pan sequel, she's Wendy's daughter)
      105. Winnie the Pooh
      106. Tigger
      107. Rabbit
      108. Piglett
      109. Christopher Robbin
      110. Kanga
      111. Roo
      112. Simba
      113. Mufasa
      114. Timon
      115. Pumbaa
      116. Rafiki
      117. Nala
      118. Zarabi (Simba's mom)
      119. Zazu
      120. Tarzan
      121. Jane
      122. Kala
      123. Tron (does he count? I don't know if he was animated or not...)
      124. Bambi
      125. Dumbo

      Do you include Pixar too?

      1. Woody
      2. Buzz Lightyear
      3. Jessie
      4. Bullseye
      5. Andy
      6. Ham
      7. Rex
      9. Mr. Potatohead
      10. Mrs. Potatohead
      11. Slinky
      12. Bo Peep (I was so sad that she wasn't in Toy Story 3...)
      13. Mike
      14. Sully
      15. Boo
      16. Lightning McQueen
      17. ToMater (hehe)
      18. Sally
      19. Doc
      20. Mr. Incredible
      21. Mrs. Incredible
      23. Dash
      24. Violet
      25. Jack-Jack
      26. Mr. Fredericksen
      27. Russell
      28. Kevin
      29. Ellie
      30. WALL-E
      31. EVE
      32. Remy
      33. Linguini
      34. Colette
      35. Chef Gusteau
      36. Flik
      37. Princess Atta
      38. Nemo
      39. Marlin
      40. Dory

  47. QUESTION:
    I am looking for any/every movie ever played on the disney channel.?
    I am looking for movies that used to be played on the disney channel before 2000. Any movie that you can think of or even a list of movies that were played on the disney channel, even if there not actual disney movies, that would be awesome. I have gotten a mini list of examples of movies that i could think of, now i need your help to build it up. Excape to Witch Mountain, Brink, That Darn Cat, Freaky Fridays.

    Also i am looking for a movie, I know im not giving you alot to work with but, its a movie about this kid that gets captured and held by some lady in ireland. She tries to poisen him with a cooke for him to become her slave... at the begining they catch a leprachaun for 3 wishes... the wishes had something to do with fishes

    • ANSWER:
      Disney Channel Premiere Films

      1983
      Tiger Town (October 9, 1983)

      1984
      Gone Are the Dayes (May 6, 1984)
      Love Leads the Way (October 7, 1984)

      1985
      Black Arrow (January 6, 1985)
      Lots of Luck (February 3, 1985)
      The Undergrads (May 5, 1985)
      The Blue Yonder (November 17, 1985)

      1986
      The Parent Trap II (July 26, 1986) *
      Spot Marks the X (October 18, 1986)
      Down the Long Hills (November 15, 1986)

      1987
      Strange Companions (February 28, 1987)
      Anne of Avonlea: The Continuing Story of Anne of Green Gables (May 19, 1987) *
      Not Quite Human (June 19, 1987)
      The Christmas Visitor (December 5, 1987)

      1988
      Save the Dog (March 19, 1988)
      Night Train to Kathmandu (June 5, 1988)
      Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss (August 6, 1988)
      A Friendship in Vienna (August 27, 1988)
      Good Old Boy (November 11, 1988)
      Goodbye, Miss 4th of July (December 3, 1988)

      1989
      Danny, the Champion of the World (April 29, 1989)
      Looking for Miracles (June 3, 1989) *
      Great Expectations (July 9, 1989)
      Not Quite Human II (September 23, 1989)
      Spooner (December 2, 1989)

      1990
      Lantern Hill (January 27, 1990) *
      Chips, the War Dog (March 24, 1990)
      Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme (May 19, 1990)*
      Back Home (June 7, 1990)
      The Little Kidnappers (August 17, 1990)
      Back to Hannibal: The Return of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (October 21, 1990)

      1991
      Bejewelled (January 20, 1991)
      Perfect Harmony (March 31, 1991) *
      Mark Twain and Me (November 22, 1991)

      1992
      Still Not Quite Human (May 31, 1992)

      1993
      The Ernest Green Story (January 17, 1993)
      Spies (March 7, 1993)
      Heidi (July 18, 1993) *

      1994
      On Promised Land (April 17, 1994)
      The Whipping Boy (July 31, 1994)

      1995
      The Old Curiosity Shop (March 19, 1995)
      The Four Diamonds (August 12, 1995)

      1996
      The Little Riders (March 24, 1996)
      Nightjohn (June 1, 1996)

      Disney Channel Original Movies (DCOMs)

      1997
      Northern Lights (August 23, 1997)
      Under Wraps (October 25, 1997) *

      1998
      You Lucky Dog (June 27, 1998)
      Brink! (August 29, 1998)*
      Halloweentown (October 17, 1998) (part of the Halloweentown series) *

      1999
      Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century (January 23, 1999) (part of the Zenon series)
      Can of Worms (April 10, 1999)
      The Thirteenth Year (May 15, 1999)
      Smart House (June 26, 1999)
      Johnny Tsunami (July 24, 1999)
      Genius (August 21, 1999)
      P.U.N.K.S. (September 4, 1999) *
      Don't Look Under the Bed (October 9, 1999)
      Horse Sense (November 20, 1999)

  48. QUESTION:
    Summer bucket list ideas?
    I know it's only February, but I'm starting to make a bucket list for this summer and I'm trying to make it really long :) I'm determined to make this the best summer ever because the last one completely sucked... I have a few things on my list but I've run out of ideas :( anyone have any ideas? I'm 13 (I'll be 14 in august) so nothing thats not appropriate for a 13-14 year old. Any help would be great! Thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      im an early planner too lol here is mine:

      1)Photobomb Someone
      2)Take a picture everyday
      3)Make a Collage
      4)Carve my name into a tree
      5)Take Pictures underwater
      6)Ride a waterslide
      7)Write in a diary every day, but don’t read it until the last day of summer
      8)Go bowling
      9)Pull an all Nighter
      10)Make ice cream
      11)Sleep under the stars
      12)Dance in the rain
      13)Have a picnic
      14)Set up a lemonade stand
      15)Complete an 1000 piece puzzle
      16)Watch fireworks
      17)Buy Vans
      18)Convince a stranger I’m English
      19)Go skinny dipping
      20)Make smores
      21)Send a message in a bottle
      22)Water balloon fight
      23)Do a cartwheel in a store
      24)Jump into my pool with my clothes on
      25)Spray someone with a hose
      26)Burst into song in a random place at least once (Call Me Maybe)
      27)Watch the sun rise and set
      28)Build a sandcastle
      29)Read the entire Harry potter series
      30)Disney movie Marathon
      31)Do the Gangnam Style Dance in Public with friend(s)
      32)Go on a zip line
      33)Buy a hula-hoop
      34)Ride a four wheeler
      35)Try on really expensive clothes just for fun
      36)Make a dream catcher
      37)Blow bubbles on my front lawn
      38)Tie a message to a helium balloon and let it go
      39)Prank someone and film it
      40)Go to a zoo
      41)Play tag with at least five people
      42)Have a conversation with a random stranger
      43)Make a smoothie
      44)Make a Slip and Slide
      45)Take pictures in a photo booth
      46)Use a crazy name at Starbucks
      47)Leave a note in a really popular library book for fun
      48)Build a blanket fort
      49)Roll down a hill
      50)Do Ellen’s dance dare
      51)Glue a nickel to the ground and watch people try to pick it up
      52)Call a random number and sing Happy Birthday
      53)Fake trip/fall in public
      54)Make a popsicle
      55)Put Mentos in coke
      56)Draw with chalk
      57)Freeze A Water Balloon and Peel off the Balloon Part
      58)Get a manicure
      59)Make a movie
      60)Climb a tree
      61)Epic Pillow Fight
      62)Say yes to everything
      63)Wash a car
      64)Play a new sport
      65)Spend a whole day barefoot
      66)Jump off of the high dive
      67)Skip stones
      68)Wake up once at noon
      69)Make a root beer float
      70)Put on sunglasses when it’s raining
      71)Make something out of duct tape and use it
      72)Fill an entire color book
      73)Burry a time capsule
      74)Dance party with myself
      75)Teach my dog a new trick
      76)Get my splits
      77)Push someone into a pool
      78)Ride on a lazy river
      79)Make an obstacle course
      80)Climb up onto a roof
      81)Make tin can stilts
      82)Plant a tree
      83)Spin the bottle
      84)call someone at 3 am
      85)Put a random item in someone’s shopping cart
      86)Make fruit kebabs
      87)Donate 1000 grains of rice each week (Freerice.com)
      88)Shaving Cream war
      89)Bury a friend in sand or get buried in sand
      90)Make up a fake name for an entire day
      91)Run through sprinkles
      92)Go thrifting
      93)Scavenger hunt in Wal-Mart
      94)Bury a letter in the ground and open in in 3 summers
      95)Pay for something in only change
      96)Light Sparklers on the 4th of July and wave them around crazy
      97)Over the summer give random compliments to 10 people
      98)Sleep on a couch
      99)Have a photo/video shoot
      100)Ride a Mechanical horse
      101)Take a jumping picture
      102)Make homemade pizza
      103)Write my name in sand
      104)Dance on top of a table
      105)Tie Dye a white shirt
      106)Play Truth or Dare in a store
      107)Go cloud watching
      108)Make origami
      109)Make a friendship bracelet
      110)Walk behind a stranger and copy them
      111)Throw change into a fountain
      112)Paly flashlight tag
      113)Make a summer scrapbook
      114)Complete this list <3

  49. QUESTION:
    Bestfriend notebook idea helppppppppp pleaseee?
    Okay so my best friend and i have a notebook that we keep our summer bucket list, pictures, summer plans together and stuff. Do you have any other ideas of stuff we could put in it? Thanks!!

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.

  50. QUESTION:
    Summer Bucket List Ideas?
    I want to create a bucket list for the summer but I need help coming up with ideas. I'm a 14 year old girl so i want nothing to do with sex or drugs or stupid stuff like that. I also want some things I can do by myself and with friends.
    Thanks <333

    • ANSWER:
      1. Go for a walk/run/jog in the woods/park.
      2. Get some chalk. Play hopscotch and draw
      3. Read a good book outside
      4. Go on a nature hike
      5. Play some racquetball/basketball/badminton.
      6. Go to a farmers’ market. Buy at least one weird thing you’ve never eaten before.
      7. Play catch with eggs
      8. Go to a yoga class.
      9. Go on a bike ride.
      10. Make a nature photo collage.
      11. Write a letter to each other, but do not read it until we are done with the to do list.
      12. Look at stars one night.
      13. Ask for a krabby patty at McDonald’s
      14. Fill a mayo jar with vanilla pudding and eat it in public
      15. Watch the Olympics
      16. Write messages on note cards. Stik the note cards in balloons and blow them up. Hang the balloons on friends/neighbors porches.
      17. Make Melted Crayon Art.
      18. Take dog for walk and runs.
      19. Write: This way to the Ministry of Magic on a public toilet.
      20. Have a picnic.
      21. Have an overnight movie marathon.
      22. Buy and use and develop an underwater camera.
      23. Make someone a meal
      24. Make ice cream sandwiches
      25. Have and make hommade goodies
      26. Learn how to cartwheel
      27. Swim
      28. Go to the River.
      29. Get tan.
      30. Play cards.
      31. Have a tea party
      32. Watch the sunrise.
      33. Watch the sunset
      34. Make a collage out of old magazines.
      35. Swing.
      36. Skip stones at a lake.
      37. Give your dog/pet a bath outside.
      38. Leave notes in library books for the next person to find.
      39. Run through a sprinkler.
      40. Sleep until noon – once.
      41. Tie-dye.
      42. See some fireworks.
      43. See a professional baseball game.
      44. Play mini-golf.
      45 Make a lip sync.
      46. Leave initials (and possibly hand print) in wet concrete.
      47. Go to the zoo.
      48. Get out ears pierced (Molly’s 2nd and Alicia’s 3rd)
      49. Play hide and seek
      50. Get Bikes.
      51. Bike five miles.
      52. Go to the YMCA.
      53. Write a complaint/satisfaction letter, just to get free stuff.
      54. Go to Quincy.
      55. Fill up a whole coloring book.
      56. Destroy a watermelon.
      57. Hang out with friends.
      58. Learn a new hobby.
      59. READ books.
      60. Go to the movies.
      61. Go to the library.
      62. Go to build-a-bear.
      63. Stay outside for 12 hours straight.
      64. Get gelato.
      65. Celebrate a foreign holiday the way the natives do. Bastille Day July 14th. :)
      66. Get a tan tattoo.
      67. Convince someone you’re from a foreign country.
      68. Wake up every morning before 9:00 a.m.
      69. Water fight. Including but not limited to: balloons, guns, hoses, and buckets.
      70. Superglue a quarter to the ground.
      71. Bake Dog Treats.
      72. Go 24 hours without food.
      73. People watch.
      74. Go see a play
      75. Buy a goldfish.
      76. Answer phones like buddy the elf.
      77. Bake a batch of really cute cupcakes.
      78. No TV or computer or 3 days
      79. Make stepping stones.
      80. Write a letter to the editor.
      81. Pick an official summer song.
      82.Play Wii
      83. Mow the Lawn.
      84. Make ice cream.
      85. Spend one whole day barefoot.
      86. Attempt Origami.
      87. Create something made out of duct tape.
      88. Make waffles
      89. Make a blanket fort
      90. Learn the Dance to Single Ladies
      91. Watch a foreign film.
      92. Make Popsicles.
      93. Jump into a pool fully clothed.
      94. Carve your name into a tree.
      95. Make a bird feeder
      96. Go to an “Open Late” restaurant
      97. Continue into my journey of photography. Yes, this means experiment on Molly and nature, anything and everything.
      98. Go see Brave in theater
      99. Learn how to make a foreign food.
      100. Sleep on the floor for one night
      101. Learn to Barbeque
      102. Face Paint.
      103. Go to an aquarium
      104. Eat Kabobs.
      105. Learn 10 new words. And actually use them.
      106. Complete a puzzle.
      107. Put up posters looking for a pet rock.
      108. Have a campfire.
      109. Go Flower-Picking.
      110. Have a Disney movie marathon.
      111. No facebook for two weeks.


disney films list 23

Streaming Movies Online Legal

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Is it legal to stream new movies online?
    You all know what i mean by streaming movies online. I'm doing it now and I'll keep on doing it but i want to know whether it is legal. As far as i know it is legal because it's just like watching a youtube video so just the host can get blamed. But if it's not then i would appreciate if you tell me and explain why or under what laws? Or if it is legal then also why? Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      It is illegal.

      It counts as piracy.

      Piracy concerns BOTH the distributor and the consumer of the media. So you can't blame "just the host".

  2. QUESTION:
    Is it illegal to watch streaming movies online?
    No download just streaming movies, is it illegal to watch online?

    • ANSWER:
      well ther´s some sites that let u watch legal movies online but u have to know wich ones co´s they they pay for the Rights to do that like this one for example
      http://tvdl.biz/ u can even tried if u want

  3. QUESTION:
    Is it illegal to watch movies online ?
    I kno uploading & downloading movies are illegal thats why I don't do it. I would like to know however is watching movies online (streaming) legal or illegal. If I were to say watch a film or live tv stream online would I breaking any law afterall I'm not downloading/uploading nam I hosting the files/links?????

    • ANSWER:
      Not illegal at all, that is how Netflix works. Many websites have streaming video, not illegal.

  4. QUESTION:
    Is watching online movies that are still in theaters illegal?
    I am wondering if watching movies online that are still in theaters is legal or not. I'm not talking about downloading them, just watching them online, free streaming. Please be honest.

    • ANSWER:
      Yes they are illegal. i'm an agent who reports illegal sites like that over to the authorities to get them shut down. i spend alot of time in sites like Yahoo Answers,where people talk sending links to each other,so i can get them all down and turn them over to my employers.

  5. QUESTION:
    Is it legal to watch movies online if you own the dvd of them?
    Please don't answer unless you are sure. I know that it is legal to make copies of your DVDs and watch them on your computer. Many other things are legal which people often assume are not. Is it no different really to do this than to stream a movie directly from your computer over the internet.

    • ANSWER:
      Feel free to watch it, the one who upload the movie is illegal if he is not authorized to distribute it online.

  6. QUESTION:
    How easy is it to get caught Movie Streaming?
    i am talking about sites like dailymotion and megavideo. also is it illegal or legal. i dont want any one word answers or opinions. i wanna know for sure because i have read and read many Q's and A's on this site regarding this and sofar no help. also have people ever got caught just streaming movies uploaded onto other sites? who gets the blame?

    • ANSWER:
      First of all yes it is illegal unless the website is paying the original creators to stream that video.

      As for getting caught, this would not even be an issue on my mind. I watch movies quite often on watch-movies. Your ISP isn't looking at your online history or videos that you have streamed. They are more worried about direct downloads that are in violation of copyright laws.

      All-in-All even if your ISP found out you were streaming movies, no legal action would be taken. Not even a corporate business wants to spend tome and money on court cost, lawyer fees, and all the other legal cost over you streaming video, if anything the website providing the streaming media will be held accountable.

  7. QUESTION:
    Is it legal for me to stream movies online?
    I've been told that whilst it is illegal for someone to download movies off the internet, streaming them is perfectly legal for the person who is doing the streaming.

    i.e. It's only the streaming websites who are breaking the law! Not me or you!

    Is this true? I'd feel much more at ease watching movies on megavideo and vidbux knowing that I couldn't get into trouble for it!

    • ANSWER:
      It's quasi-legal which means while it's technically illegal to download or watch streaming video of copyrighted media no legal precedent has been set by a successful criminal court trial. But the crackdown is coming and all of you in the US and Canada, and Europe to a lesser extent, need to watch yourselves.

  8. QUESTION:
    Is it legal to stream movies online as long as I do not download them?
    I am talking about using sites like "alluc" or "moviefather" to find and watch movies. I know that it is illegal to download movies and host them, or make bootlegs, but is it illegal to view them online? Please provide a source where I may verify your answer.
    I know it may not be ethical, but is it legal?
    I will say it again, please provide a source where I may verify your answer.

    • ANSWER:
      I have the actual information but I dont have time. If you have time you want to spend go for it:

      http://www2.parl.gc.ca/HousePublications/Publication.aspx?Docid=3570473&file=4

  9. QUESTION:
    What are the general rules regarding downloading?
    Could someone refresh my memory? I believe its okay, aslong the material only gets used privately.

    Looking for:
    -Name on Laws
    -Fine, if caught sharing copyrighted movies online
    -Wouldn't showing freely available movies, other people uploaded be legal according to creative commons & international law?

    • ANSWER:
      You dont pay for a song or movie = illegal

      If someone else posts a movie online its legal to watch if streamed over a site, but not to download and the person who uploaded is breaking the law.

  10. QUESTION:
    Why is netflix legal?How is this different then watching movies online?
    How do movie companies make money if I don't buy there movie and instead watch it on netflix?Why do they allow this?

    • ANSWER:
      If you watch netflix movies streamed, you ARE watching them online. Streaming movies on Netflix is legal because Netflix pays the film companies for the right to stream movies. Everybody pays or gets paid. The viewer pays Netflix, Netflix pays the movie company. That's how movie companies make money.

  11. QUESTION:
    How do I make an online movie channel?
    I wanna make my own online movie channel (streaming old grindhouse horror films, kung-fu films, etc), and I have the means to start it up by streaming the movies live over the internet. Now:

    1) What would I do to secure rights to the movies to show them? Does it require exuberant amounts of money, or does it depend on the distributor?

    And 2) What website/server could I use to run my movies on? Can anyone recommend a good one?

    • ANSWER:
      Going to sound harsh, but if you have to ask how to do this on yahoo answers, you're not equipped for the task.

      Firstly, you'd need a team of people to operate the thing. Everything from the massive servers and bandwidth that is needed, to the lawyers who would deal with the legal side of things, to the computer science technicians who would keep the software running smoothly to the office workers who would keep the financial and customer service side of things working.

      Plus something like this doesn't just suddenly get started. The internet is massive and new sites don't get started without marketing...and marketing costs money unless you're absurdly clever (and patient) with getting things started virally. So you'd probably have to spend tons of money on advertising .

      Sure, it's not impossible...but like I said, if you have to ask on yahoo answers, you obviously don't have connections in the business. Start with something smaller and try to work your way up with project size.

  12. QUESTION:
    What movie and TV series streaming video websites are legally available internationally?
    No "bittorrent" or "use an HTTP tunnel" answers, please -- I want to know where I can LEGALLY get episodes of Lost, Battlestar Galactica, etc. and movies online outside of the United States.
    Hulu is unavailable outside the US.

    • ANSWER:
      I think these are legal but I cant be sure (they have more info on the sites about the legality stuff):

      http://surfthechannel.com/

      http://www.free-tv-video-online.info/

      They are both available outside the US.

  13. QUESTION:
    Is it illegal to watch movies online?
    I've always been curious about this. I'm specifically talking about the movies streamed online.
    I'm not sure If this is true, but I thought I read somewhere that it's only illegal to upload films (without permission), but that it's legal to view them. Please clarify.

    Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      I dont know if it but I have been doing it since like 2003 and have never gotten in trouble. Torrenting them is illegal to some degree but watching them online isnt unless your the one uploading it.

  14. QUESTION:
    How much to make a netflix like service?
    I want to create a website that will have movies to watch like netflix.com, for now it will not include dvds(streaming only). So what's the legal procedure to do that? Is that even posiible, If so what kind of budget am i looking into. Remember i don't want to be a competitor of netflix. I want to start a small website to watch movies online, but legally.

    • ANSWER:
      "i don't want to be a competitor of netflix. I want to start a small website to watch movies online"

      ...which would make you a competitor of Netflix.

      Basically, you need to set up enough servers to service your customer base, hire the technical staff to set up and maintain the web site, and license your movies from the distributors. Depending on the size of the library you want to carry, you should be able to get something up and running for a few million dollars.

  15. QUESTION:
    What License is required to show movies online legally?
    Hi everyone. Im planning to open a private membership movies site to be shared with my fellow college mates...but im confused which license to get in order to make the website legal. Can anyone give the idea what license to get and where to get them easily?? Will be great if you could also include price quote.

    p/s: it'sa membership site where admission is charged and number of members is up to 10k.

    • ANSWER:
      Well I'd go along the lines of what Netflix does. Which is you buy a license from the company you wish to get the movies from which allows them to be shown online. To be honest I have little to no idea how you could accomplish this on a small scale, physical renting I think you can do without a license cause ordinary people can buy their own redboxes. I think that if you want to find out what kind of license you need you should try contacting a federal agency through phone or email, try also contacting Netflix and asking their customer representatives how they attain licenses to stream movies online.

      UPDATE: After a little digging I found this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UltraViolet_%28system%29 try and check it out, it sounds like what you may be looking for.

  16. QUESTION:
    Is it legal to download movies using realplayer?
    My friend and I were watching a movie online and noticed that my realplayer asked me at the top of the window if I wanted to download. I didnt know if this was legal or not. Is it legal, is it traceable and is it free. I normally use realplayer to stream college sports, and this is new to me.
    The second answerers answer costs money.

    The third answerers website requires a survey and money.

    • ANSWER:
      Of course it's legal and free, anything streamed can be downloaded, and if it can't the person at fault is the person who put it up in the first place.

  17. QUESTION:
    Where to watch movies online in Canada legally?
    Does anybody know of any Hulu-like websites in Canada that allow you to legally view movies (preferrably streaming video) online? I know most of the TV networks now give access to some of their shows, but I've had trouble finding full-length or even older TV shows. Thanks in advance...

    • ANSWER:
      There's no (legal) central site like Hulu. The best you can do is go to Canadian Broadcasters' websites and watch streaming episodes. Global and CTV have quite a few shows, but we've got a lot of catching up to do to get to something like Hulu.

  18. QUESTION:
    How much internet usage would letmewatchthis/putlocker use?
    So i have found a new website which i love called let me watch this where you can watch movies online for free. I think its legal because of the adds however correct me if im wrong. But the real question is if i watch like an average film ( aprox 2 hours ) how much usage would that probably take up ( bare in mind i am not downloading )
    Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      1gb~2gb per video. Streaming and downloading are pretty much the same thing as they are both DOWNLOADED except streamed data is deleted from a temporary place every day while downloaded files stay there for as long as you want. They use both the same amount of internet usage.

  19. QUESTION:
    Is watching online streaming legal in New Zealand?
    By this I mean watching NON-live online streaming of movies and TV shows (via vidbux, ovfile and such).
    Thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      I would say no note I do not live in New Zealand but I live in United States and do not know nothing about New Zealand, so I would say you are able to consider you ask that question. because if not the New Zealand goverment will force all the ISP in New Zealand to block those Online Streaming websites that include youtube, livestream, and etc. However, if you want be safe you can alway try proxy servers.

  20. QUESTION:
    What are some LEGAL free sites for watching TV shows and movies online?
    I mean LEGAL AND LEGIT stuff, no scams or foolishness. I mean stuff that is similar to Hulu, which I love.

    • ANSWER:
      most all usa tv channels offer streaming of their most recent shows at their websites
      and all usa tv shows have official sites and most stream episodes
      example:

      http://www.cbs.com/video/

  21. QUESTION:
    Where to watch movies online FREE but LEGAL?
    So Im in love with Ryan Reynolds and found one of his movies called Buried that I really want to see but I cant see anywhere to rent it. Does anyone know a legal movie streaming site?

    • ANSWER:
      That's a very contradictory question, seeing as you can't watch films without having to pay for them. The only exception is a free trial with lovefilm or netflix, depending on where you live. Just remember to cancel the account for the former before the pay day!

  22. QUESTION:
    Is there any website where i can download movies/songs for free?
    I wanna watch movies online for free, but so far i didnt get any they are all telling me to pay. Does any of you guys noe any website for free?

    • ANSWER:
      Since you didn't asked about legal or not. My first answer is at site that searches Torrent files. Those are all "free". Other than that you can Steam movies and tv shows from many network websites, hulu, and aol. While streaming you can use free software to record it for keep sack.

  23. QUESTION:
    Why is uploading music legal while uploading movies is not?
    I mean if a song gets uploaded on youtube, I can easily download it from youtube by using any website that allows you to download mp3 from youtube (like the saveyoutube website). So if anyone can listen and download music this way, why not make online streaming + download legal ?

    • ANSWER:
      Any file of ANY description which is copyright is taboo.

      Why do you think Limewire was shutdown by federal court order?

      Who knows what will happen if and when SOPA (look it up) is enforced.

      Oh, let's not forget Megaupload, which was shutdown - just days ago.

  24. QUESTION:
    does anyone know a cheap, legal place to rent movies online without downloading?
    i would like a nice straight forward way to rent cheap movies, legally online without having to wait for it to download, i would just like to stream it.

    • ANSWER:
      Yes, go here:

      http://www.moviefone.com/dvd

  25. QUESTION:
    What is the best Movie watching site ?
    i really want a easy and great site to watch theatre movies online in good quality and without hassle.

    • ANSWER:
      www.letmewatchthis.com

      This is a great website. They're really good with new releases too ( I watched Eclipse the day after it came out)

      You just type the movie title into the search bar at the top left hand corner, click on your movie image, and then choose from a list of working links. Just stay away from links provided by megavideo.com because they only let you watch 72 minutes of film before forcing you to pay for a membership.

      The site is a free streaming website so it's completely legal. Also, no fees, no surveys, no viruses, no downloading, no memberships. It's a great website and I use it all the time.

  26. QUESTION:
    anyone know of a good website for watching movies online for a fee?
    I'm wonder if anyone knows of a LEGITIMATE website where I can watch movies streaming online for a one-time fee per movie you watch?

    • ANSWER:
      apple lets you do that, basically rent movies online.
      http://www.watch-movies-online.tv/ (this site is legal, but has screeners of unreleased movies)
      Hulu.com

  27. QUESTION:
    What is the point of having very fast internet connections like 10mb 18mb or 50mb?
    Just so you can instantly stream free online movies which are probably illegal, that's the only reason I can think of because even 1mb internet is more then enough speed for normal internet usage now if you have xbox live I can see how you would probably need 3mb or 5mb but not more, and why do cable companies advertise there fast speeds are for gaming and movies, when you cant legally use your high bandwidth for movies

    • ANSWER:
      Wait until you work for a company and then you will appreciate the need for higher bandwidth. There are a number of very legal uses for high bandwidth (for example streaming backups to servers), data interconnect between systems.

      And yes, in business we will do a lot of video streaming (online conferences, webinars, meetings, voice over IP, etc.).

      Businesses require higher bandwidth to make company communications more effective.

  28. QUESTION:
    Would it be appropriate to show the movie Gandhi in a 5th grade class?
    I love the movie Gandhi, its rated PG, and i think it sends a great message. Is it too advanced though for the 5th grade mind?

    • ANSWER:
      Gandhi the movie has everything you mention but have you seen the running time, I doubt very much that year 5 students could sit through a film that lasts for so long. I hope this answers your question.

      Just had a thought, perhaps you could show MAHATMA GANDHI making a speech, I'm sure year 5 could manage that, here are some links that should provide the material I have mentioned.

      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      Online Speech Bank

      Index to and growing database of 5000+ full text, audio and video (streaming) versions of public speeches, sermons, legal proceedings, lectures, debates, interviews, other recorded media events, and a declaration or two.

      http://www.history.com/media.do

      http://www.americanrhetoric.com/

      http://library.albany.edu/usered/dr/speech.html

      http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speechbank.htm

      http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/previous.htm

      http://yahooligans.yahoo.com/school_bell/social_studies/history/speeches/

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      Additional Resources:

      The man who liberated India and taught the world non -violent resistance.

      http://www.smart-art.at/strassenkinder/gandhi_text-e.htm

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/gandhi_mohandas.shtml

      Tributes To Gandhi From India & Abroad

      http://www.mkgandhi.org/tributes.htm

  29. QUESTION:
    Does anyone know where I can find Einstein and Eddington in us?
    I am a pretty big David Tennant fan, and I would like to watch the made for tv movie online in the us but can't same to find it. Does an know where I might find it?

    • ANSWER:
      try http://www.theonlydevice.com

      All legal and no viruses,fast streaming videos, no downloads. Enjoy!

  30. QUESTION:
    Is it legal to stream movies to a group of people?
    So I go to an online high school, and we were thinking about doing a movie night. The only problem is there are legal issues with us streaming from Netflix or Hulu. So I was wondering if any of you knew if it was legal for someone to put a DVD in their computer and stream it for everyone to watch.

    If you know this is legal or illegal please tell me! Thank You for your help!

    • ANSWER:
      I don't know but if you search a movie for example:
      "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone megashare"
      Click on the link that says:
      MEGASHARE.INFO-Watch Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

      Same thing with other movies, except different title of course. That's what I always do, and it's pretty legal. I hope it works for you.

  31. QUESTION:
    Is it illegal to watch movie online?
    Is it illegal to stream movie online?
    the reason I'm asking this is because I'm interest in those old cowboy movie that made back in the 80's, but they are not available for sales anymore. After looking up online there are a lots mix answer between legal and illegal.

    I'm not trying to download, share nor reproduce anyback up or try gain any profit from it.
    i have a Netflix account but these type of movie is very rare in their collection.

    i need some more input into this please thanks

    • ANSWER:
      It is not illegal as long as the web site producing the video has the right to. Hulu, Crackle and YouTube all offer free movies to stream and watch.

  32. QUESTION:
    Is it legal to save a movie online?
    Just so you know I have not saved a movie.

    When streaming a movie using Divix once fully buffered you have the option to "save video as" so you can watch it later etc... to store it on your pc. Is this legal? Is it the same as downloading?

    • ANSWER:

  33. QUESTION:
    What's the quickest (hopefully legal) way to transfer online video to DVD?
    I suffer from the fact that people close to me still watch some shows at the actual times they air on network TV, and their tendency is to fall asleep before the programs end. Networks tend to rebroadcast their programs, especially the ones their sister movie studios own, on their web sites. Can these online videos be converted to DVD, hopefully in a legal way?

    • ANSWER:
      Hey, usually the online videos are in streaming FLV format. You need 2 steps to convert the online videos to DVD.
      Step 1: Download online video
      There are a lot of free online video downloader software which you can use to download the online video. I am now using this free online video downloader, you can download it at: http://www.flash-on-tv.com/free-youtube-downloader.html.
      Step 2: Convert the downloaded online videos to DVDs
      For converting the downloaded online videos to DVDs, you need some conversion tools. I have a good luck with this Wondershare DVD Converter Studio which is not free but works well for converting videos to DVDs. You can have a free try of it at: http://www.dvd-ripper-copy.com/dvd-converter-studio.html#181.
      Hope that will be of help.

  34. QUESTION:
    Is watching a movie for free on movie2k legal?
    I'm not asking if the site itself is legal, but I am asking if I myself can get in trouble if I watch some movies on it.

    Is it like lymewire where you can get sued big time?

    • ANSWER:
      No, it's not illegal to watch, but it is illegal to download, burn to DVD and sell for profit.

      The only thing is a lot of online streaming sites have problems with viruses and stuff like that, so you've got to be careful with that. Movie2k has a reputation for being relatively safe, but you should still have your safeguards up.

  35. QUESTION:
    Is Blockbuster going to start Streaming Movies in the future?

    • ANSWER:
      yep! well they are going to need to, to keep up with competition. Love Film stream movies to ps3 now days. and its so easy to watch films online (legal and illegally) that if blockbuster wants to maintain the competitiveness in the market they will have to make the step from streaming movies. Another big reason is that new televisions come with internet so it would make it so much easier to get films online and that is going to be the future

  36. QUESTION:
    Where can I either watch the 2011 Jane Eyre movie for free without having to signup for any, or get an mp4?
    I really want to watch it, but cannot buy the movie. Does anymore have a link for safe, free streaming or an mp4?

    • ANSWER:
      Keep in mind that if you watch this movie for free online, you are not only breaking the law; you are also exposing yourself to potential viruses. Better to be legal and safe.

  37. QUESTION:
    Is watching TV and Movies online illegal?
    I want to know if watching movies or tv under copyright online is punishable by law. I know for one downloading movies directly to your hard drive is a offense, so is uploading them for people to download. But what about the video streaming sites that allow you to watch them? I'm not talking about the legal sites like Netflix etc.
    As your not paying for the film are you breaking the law? Has anyone ever been caught for copyright infringement because they watched a movie that's still showing in cinemas online?

    Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Streaming or downloading is exactly the same, legally. Streaming from an unauthorized site is just as illegal as downloading from such a site. IF the site is legal (as netflix, for example), then it's not an issue. But you can assume that if there is no cost to stream, it is NOT legal.

  38. QUESTION:
    Is it illegal to view streaming bootleg movies?
    I know that if you illegally videotape or download and copy bootleg material its illegal, however i hear of people viewing material online without downloading. what is the law here? can you still be charged the same for viewing if you don't ever download or copy streaming material found online? just curious because people i work with say they do this. I just want to find out the legal information on this activity.

    • ANSWER:
      Streaming IS downloading, it just isn't keeping a copy. It's still illegal.

  39. QUESTION:
    In the UK is it legal to stream a video rental copy?
    Can you explain how a company like Blockbuster or Netflix are able to stream video/movies when they have bought a movie to rent to people? Does the licence contained on the DVD as a 'rental' copy cover them to provide an online streaming service to more than one person for that DVD? Where can I find out more information for an essay?
    Thanks David O but that's referring to TV shows and licencing across the Atlantic. What I'm asking is if say a UK person owns a DVD that is able to be rented to others, like Blockbuster, then does that licence allow them to do so? Say the movie is Skyfall, Blockbuster buy a 'licenced rental copy' and then decide, for whatever reason, to stream the video online, are they able to do that? Does the original licence cover them? Or do they have to apply for a special licence? Seems to me it would be a case of once they have bought ' a commercial rental licence' as part of the DVD movie, that allows them to 'rent' the DVD out. That should then cover them online to stream/rent it to others as no matter how many persons are watching it at the time. Because they have a licence to accept money from people to watch that DVD movie. Am I wrong in thinking that a DVD licence allows you an unrestricted amount of people it can be rented to?

    • ANSWER:
      Netflix has license agreements with studios and television networks to provide content for domestic and foreign distribution. For example this article about CBS starts off: CBS Corp. and Netflix Nov. 1 announced they have extended their content streaming agreement for select programming in Canada, Latin America, the United Kingdom and Ireland.

      http://www.homemediamagazine.com/cbs/cbs-netflix-extend-foreign-streaming-license-agreement-28738

      Just use google and wikepedia and you'll find loads of information.

  40. QUESTION:
    how can I watch movies online?
    how to watch movies online? Needs to be legal and from my browser.

    • ANSWER:
      The most popular legal ways are Netflix and Hulu. Netflix costs around 8 dollars a month for unlimited movies, which are available on DVD and quite a few on streaming. Hulu is free, but there are only classic movies.

  41. QUESTION:
    Is it legal to watch streaming video on the internet?
    I have a friend who is freaking out because she think watching streaming video online is illegal. Is it illegal to watch it online? Please put a direct link to where it says it is or it is not. So I can show her proof and she can stop complaining

    • ANSWER:
      It depends what site you are talking about. If you are using netflix's fee-based streaming, or official streaming content from network sites like abc.com or hulu, then rest assured the video is legal. If it's from youtube, mega video, or some video sharing site, you can't be sure the content is legal, and if it's a movie or tv show, most likely it isn't legal from these sites.

  42. QUESTION:
    What sites will let me watch some free lesbian romance movies?
    I want to be able to watch some lesbian romances for FREE. I can't find a site that will let me for free, with no risky shit on it.

    • ANSWER:
      TBH it is almost impossible to stream sexy vids online without being taken for a ride. Your best bet is (and its not a legal one) to download full videos via torrents. You should easily find some torrents if you search for something like 'lesbian romance torrent'.
      Let me know whether you know how to download torrents. I could talk you through it. x

  43. QUESTION:
    I just bought a usb stick today and want to watch stuff from it on my tv, how do I do it?
    I have an LG tv but the manual for it is lost or already thrown out so I don't know what files will work on the tv. I copied some videos from youtube using DVDVideoSoft Free Studio and those files are MPEG-4 Movie. The usb stick is TDK make and 16GB. I don't know what else information to add.

    When I get it working and plug my usb into the back of my tv, does it automatically come up or do I have to search for it first by using the av button? I basically know nothing about computers. I seen some people in work with shows on their usb. I was told utorrent is a good place to get stuff, so if you want as an extra question, where is good to download shows and movies? If you really want cause I need cause I know next to nothing about this stuff, how exactly does downloading shows and movies from these sites work, what exactly do I press step-by-step? Thank you!
    AVDADDY you include us with your own opinion, does it make you feel more comfortable, more safe. I think working in a boring job to pay for this stuff is a steal. If you are an honest worker working in one of these industries I still think it is no measure of health to adjust yourself to a corrupt system like advertising for example. Come down off your high horse, open your eyes and talk to me, we can make sense.

    • ANSWER:
      The first thing to do is to download the Owner's Manual for your particular TV from LG using the first link I've posted below. Often the USB port on TV's can access pictures (jpg files) on a flash drive but not much else.

      I use a Western Digital TV Live (or TV Live +) media player to play a wide variety of files that are stored in various computer formats. it has a pair of USB inputs that can handle either flash drives or external hard drives and a Ethernet port for streaming. You'll want the plus version for paid subscription streaming content such as Netflix. It comes with a remote and menus that are easy to navigate and plenty of online support. Other similar media players exist such as the Roku.

      If you plan on downloading lots of files such as YouTube videos you'll find a download manager to be useful. I like one called JDownloader, which is free and open source. It can also reassemble multipart files from other sources.

      You'll want to avoid torrents, especially if you are contemplating downloading copyrighted material, since you will in most cases also be uploading (seeding) copyrighted material. Such activities are illegal in many parts of the world.

      Many filehosting sites exist that will allow anyone to upload a file on the company servers and allow uploaders to share it with whoever they choose to give the download link to. They have legitimate uses such as sharing family pictures with friends and family. They are also misused for other purposes. Filehosting sites are required to remove infringing files if they receive notification from a copyright holder that a file is not supposed to be there. As long as a filehosting site complies with takedown requests, they do not have to self police for possibly infringing files.

      There are various forums, blogs and link aggregation sites where links to files that have been left on the hosting sites are discussed or listed. Such discussion sites do not themselves host any files that might be deemed illegal. Sites like ddlvalley.eu, rlsbb.com, and avaxhome.ws are a few examples. Once you start finding links to files, you can find other discussion sites by using parts of those links as a search term.

      Legal content that is in the public domain can often be found on archive.org.

      Don

  44. QUESTION:
    Why do some people still buy DVDs nowadays when you can watch films in high definition online for free?
    It's illegal to download and legal if you just watch a stream... In UK anyways.
    There are lots of websites that stream films online for free without the need to download anything and you don't get any virus plus you can use something from google chrome that blocks all the adds.
    Why do some people still buy DVDs nowadays?
    I believe they are not right in the head but I would love to hear other people's comments.
    Thank you.
    My mother is mentally retarded and she likes buying DVDs, nearly all films that is out on DVDs have the same quality as the ones online, the quality only changes when the film still on cinemas...
    Personal experience

    • ANSWER:
      myself I like watching the movie on the tv & having my phone free 2 do phone things like check my facebook.

  45. QUESTION:
    Where is it possible to download full length television episodes on the internet?
    I prefer to download then burn the episodes to disc. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanx.

    • ANSWER:
      This is not legal and would be against yahoo rules if anyone were to tell you where to find them.

      What I can tell you though is that there are several places where you can stream movies and episodes, and if you do some searching online you can find out how to save these streams to your hard drive.

  46. QUESTION:
    Where can i watch a r rahman live concert show live online for free?
    hello any one help me, i want to watch a r rahman live concert show live online for free is any website which provides live streaming of that?

    • ANSWER:
      Maybe you can try something called “satellite TV to PC software” which is becoming popular for good reasons. It works by receiving satellite TV signals over the Internet and converting them into a live, high resolution video feed on your desktop.When I first heard of this I wondered if it was even legal. It turns out it is completely legal,because these are FTA (free to air) satellite stations which are being broadcast from all over the world. The software just allows you to watch everything at any time anywhere without a satellite dish or receiver.Once you download the software you can instantly watch 3,000+ channels of movies, local and international news, live sports, TV shows, special events, music channels, kids channels, history, education, nature, special programming… It's much more variety than what I was getting from my local cable company. And it's all free. There's a small one-time fee for the software and that's it. There are no subscription fees or monthly charges… Nothing else to pay for…Ever.Here are the detailed reviews and comparisons of the Top 6 Internet Television Products on the market:

      http://e-satellite-tv-reviews.blogspot.com/

      Enjoy yourself.You will not be disappointed.

  47. QUESTION:
    What do I need to stream these video clips and others?
    There are many video clips that I am able to watch but I am going to post a link here http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=leave+it+to+beaver&qpvt=leave+it+to+beaver&FORM=VDRE#x37y0 ..and if you`ll look at some of the video clips on Leave It To beaver (which is what I chose at random) you`ll notice that some of the clips have an arrow in the bottom right corner of the clip/box. My computer will not let me watch these. When I click on those it will start to bring up a page and will either disappear and then the main page I looked them all up on will go back to where I started..or it will disappear and the main page will give an error report. At the bottom of the clips/boxes on this link you will also see names like Zimbio and Video Detective.These have the little crooked arrow and I can`t watch them. Are these the names of the program that those clips are under? Do I have to have the program that matches the name of those..Zimbio etc..or is there something I can download free that will play anything I want? This is just to watch/stream videos from online, not to download them at all. Question 2: I was told about some sites to use to stream full length movies online and was told there was no sign up..no charge etc...so I tried a couple and they either have no place to choose/select a movie or they want me to sign up for the program. There`s;Turner Classic Movies..Hulu TV...and Bimeo (Vimeo?) and AMC. I am new to all this. I want to just go on and watch movies online without having to sign a contract..sign in to any site etc.What am I doing wrong? I told this issue to the person who told me about these sites and they reaffirmed that I should NOT have to sign in to any place..that they didn`t and that it weas all free. Would someone take me step by step through what I need to do.

    http://www.bing.com/search?q=leave+it+to+beaver&form=B8SMDF&pc=B8SM&src=IE-SearchBox

    Click on this page and if you go down six to "videos of leave it to beaver" ..that is what I do and go into those sites and just play the available clips/shows right off the site.I don`t have to sign up for anything..don`t have to download anything..Aren`t there regular movie sites that do the same thing? Everything I try ; tv.inbox.com video-buzz etc all require me to download their program.I just want to be able to look up a movie..click on it..and watch it..Like I can do from the link I provided here..except I want to find full length movies.

    • ANSWER:
      > All of those sites which claim to allow users for watching movies online, are scams.
      > They will trick you into signing up and filling out surveys, also can trick you into paying money.

      > If you want to watch full movies, you should buy original (legal) movie DVD's or Blu-Rays and watch in your DVD player or Blu-Ray player.

  48. QUESTION:
    Is there a legal website where you can pay to download movies and music?
    Hi, I was wondering if there was a website where you have unlimited access to download movies and music which was legal. I don't mind paying and it would be good if you only had to pay a certain amount per month or year. I know it's illegal to not pay and download movies but is there a site where you can pay and download? Thanks everyone so much! :D

    • ANSWER:
      On iTunes you can pay a fee to either buy or rent movies and Tv Shows (and ofcourse, music)

      With a Lovefilm subscription, you pay a fee to rent dvd's and can also stream films online with their higher end packages.

  49. QUESTION:
    Where can I find Marilyn Monroe movies for free, and legally, online?
    I am currently in search of movies that star Marilyn Monroe, online. Also for free, but I'd like it to be legal. Can anyone help me?

    • ANSWER:
      I think it is only illegal if you download the movie onto your hard drive. Anything that
      is on the Internet is open to you. The people who are breaking the law are those who
      are uploading the movies onto the Net.

      So - if you can find them to stream, go for it.

  50. QUESTION:
    What is a good free screan recording program for windows?
    i am doing a youtube thing and am wondering if there are any good screan recording apps out there, i dont want anything to giant because i only have 8gb ram, i5, and windows 7 ultimate 32 bit. i would be recording minecraft, terraria, garrys mod and maybe team fortress 2
    Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      1> Camstudio – With Camstudio you can record all screen and audio activity on your computer and create industry-standard AVI video files and using its built-in SWF Producer can turn those AVIs into lean, mean, bandwidth-friendly Streaming Flash videos (SWFs).

      2> Jing – With Jing you can Snap a picture of your screen. Record video of onscreen action. Share instantly over the web, IM, email.

      3> Windows Media Encoder – Windows Media Encoder is a powerful tool for content producers who want to capture audio and video content using the many innovations in Windows Media, including high-quality multichannel sound, high-definition video quality, and support for mixed-mode voice and music content.

      4> Virtualdub – VirtualDub is a video capture/processing utility for 32-bit Windows platforms (95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP), licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It lacks the editing power of a general-purpose editor such as Adobe Premiere, but is streamlined for fast linear operations over video. It has batch-processing capabilities for processing large numbers of files and can be extended with third-party video filters. VirtualDub is mainly geared toward processing AVI files, although it can read (not write) MPEG-1 and also handle sets of BMP images.

      5> Wink – Wink is a Tutorial and Presentation creation software, primarily aimed at creating tutorials on how to use software (like a tutor for MS-Word/Excel etc). Using Wink you can capture screenshots, add explanations boxes, buttons, titles etc and generate a highly effective tutorial for your users.

      6> XVidCap – XVidCap is a small tool to capture things going on on an X-Windows display to either individual frames or an MPEG video. On Windows machines there are commercial tools like Lotus ScreenCam or Camtasia which do a very good job esp. for the purpose I was needing such a tool for: Software documentation, esp. installation procedures and such

      7> FFMPEG – FFmpeg is free software and is licensed under the LGPL or GPL depending on your choice of configuration options. If you use FFmpeg or its constituent libraries, you must adhere to the terms of the license in question. If you do not, we will track down your project and list it in our Hall of Shame. To see how easy it is to comply, take a look at our license and legal considerations page.

      8> Screen Toatser - No download. Compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux. Capture videos of onscreen action in one click. Record screencasts, tutorials, demos, training, lectures and more. Share and stream videos online in Flash. Embed them on blogs and webpages or send them by email.

      9> TipCam – Free screencast recorder for Windows. Record your screen and voice in a flash video (FLV format) and share it instantly at uTIPu.com

      10> HyperCam – HyperCam captures the action from your Windows screen and saves it to AVI (Audio-Video Interleaved) movie file. Sound from your system microphone is also recorded.


streaming movies online legal

Japanese Films Best

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What's the common representation of female roles in Japanese films?
    From Japanese films ranging from the 1950's to now, how are females represented? How have they changed in Japan today?

    • ANSWER:
      They're often depicted as supporting characters or a strong romantic interest to a male protagonist. Even sexual relieve for the men. From the 2000's to now, women now play the role of "deres"

      Kuudere - Cold and distant from you but deep inside loves you

      Deredere - Cute and cuddly by default, making it hard for the protagonist to figure out if she likes him or not

      Tsundere - Harsh, mean, and very aggressive towards you to the point of beating you up but they will grow close to you and start acting cute and cuddly to the protagonist

      Yandere - Cute and cuddly to the protagonist but psychotically insane and obsessive-possessive of the protagonist to the point they will kill anyone and everyone just to she can be the only one for the man. They might even lock you up to avoid you from seeing anyone else but her. In other words, psychotic stalkers.

  2. QUESTION:
    Why do people say that Japanese films are the best?
    I know quite a few people who say this, but why does the country they were made in make them any better? I have seen good and bad Japanese Films. Is it because non-Japanese speakers can't tell how good the actors are?

    • ANSWER:
      That's actually a very good point you have at the end there. That could be a major possibility.

      But, it seems Hollywood is losing it's originality and big time movies are getting worse; focusing less on the story and theme and more on the explosions and immature jokes.

      I think it's because independent / foreign directors are realizing that and actually care about the quality of the movie.

  3. QUESTION:
    Where can i buy Japanese Films (Region 2) from a specialist World Cinema shop in London?
    Apart from Amazon etc - i cant seem to find a very good place to buy Japanese films (Region 2). I would like to actually look through them, read the synopsis on the back of the cover - rather than just a "click and buy" on line

    • ANSWER:
      Hi. Read a few stories on the first web link, but accordingly to some, it is difficult to find any decent video shops in London. It does give a few options, of various shops to locate Japanese films, good hunting!

  4. QUESTION:
    What are some really good Japanese Films?
    what are some good japanese films like akira, sukiyaki western django, or tokyo gore police. and i actually mean like foreign films not like the last samurai or shit like that. thanks in advance.

    • ANSWER:
      If you like Akira, then you'll like Ghost in the Shell, too. It also transcends the anime genre and is a mind-trip with awesome visuals. And if that controversial, psychological crazy stuff is what you like, then I'd recommend Neon Genesis Evangelion, too. Otherwise, ignore it, as it's not really on the same level as the others in quality.

      Battle Royale is pretty classic. If you are interested in Japanese films at all, then see it. Perfect Blue is good, too, if you like thrillers.

      Nobody Knows is a really haunting film about some kids surviving on their own in the city. It's a quiet film, but kind of rad.

      Anything by Akira Kurosawa will be good, too. He's made a ton of films, many of them samurai films. Rashomon is old but dope. Kagemusha is also rad -- it's about a body double for a Japanese lord who takes over the guy's identity after he dies. (And it's not the same guy, but if you like those, then see Zatoichi, too.)

      I'm not big into anime, but Hayao Miyazaki is a big name in Japanese film. (He did Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, etc.) Those are cool, but watch Grave of the Fireflies. Most depressing thing ever, but also amazing.

      If you ever hear of a movie called 20th Century Boys in English, then RUN (don't walk) and go get it! It's about some guys who make a plan for world domination as students, and then many years later, things begin mysteriously happening for real... so awesome.

      You've probably heard of more recent Japanese horror films like The Grudge and The Ring. But as a general rule, the 80s and 90s were a great time for Japanese film. Anything from that period ought to be pretty cool.

  5. QUESTION:
    What is a good topic of research for Japanese film?
    I am to frame my own question for analysis and am stuck in terms of creating the question.
    What would you be intertesed to have investigated in terms of Japanese film?
    Such as the bushido code in samurai, or family dynamics etc?

    • ANSWER:
      frequent use of flashbacks (instead of telling the story chronologically)

  6. QUESTION:
    What are some great Japanese teen films that are westernized?
    I'm looking for some Japanese films that are high school/college oriented. Movies that depict modern Japanese lifestyle but preferentially in teens. Nothing horror but more on the romance/comedy/drama side of things.

    Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      1 litre of tears
      Hana Yori Dango
      Hana Yori Dango 2
      Gokusen
      Gokusen 2
      Gokusen 3
      Nobuta wo Produce
      Dragon Zakura
      Proposal Daisakusen
      Hana Kimi
      Tantei Gakuen Q
      Tatta Hitostu no Koi
      Taiyou no Uta

  7. QUESTION:
    Anyway I can give my idea to a Japanese film company?
    I have my script and summary compete. It took me a year to complete it. How can I contact a Japanese film company?

    • ANSWER:
      Well, you can send it by mail if you like. But there is no guarantee that they will read it. It's most likely to be ignored.

  8. QUESTION:
    URGENT: Japanese films that include bowing as a sign of gratitude?
    Name any Japanese films or TV shows (animated or real) that can be found on YouTube which include a clear-cut example of a Japanese person bowing to show their gratitude.

    If in fact bowing can be used to say "thanks".

    If need to choose one very soon because I have an assignment on one due tomorrow.

    • ANSWER:
      I can't think of any. Sorry I couldn't help you with an assignment that was due 3 days ago.

  9. QUESTION:
    I have just watched a Japanese Film Called Confessions, what are japanese films like this ?
    Confessions (2010)
    A psychological thriller of a grieving mother turned cold-blooded avenger with a twisty master plan to pay back those who were responsible for her daughter's death.

    I want to know japanese films like this. High school crime/Thiller Films !
    Please help me out here with all film suggestions that you have!
    ありがとうござます。
    I have seen the Battle royale films ;)

    • ANSWER:

  10. QUESTION:
    Is there any japanese horror films that caused people to commit suicide?
    my boyfriends best friend was telling me about a japanese film that was so scary it caused people to commit suicide and make them physically ill.
    which films are they ?
    Also what does it mean by physically ill ? like vomitting ?

    thanks. (:

    [Brooklynxx]

    • ANSWER:
      have heard that said about the movie Audition, but.. I don't see the big deal.. I own the movie and have watched it like 6 times.. it's not that violent or disturbing..

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuVXe6gRI...

      Ringu US: The Ring; Dir. Hideo Nakata, 1998-After the death of her cousin Tomoko, reporter Reiko hears stories of a videotape that kills everyone who sees it exactly one week after viewing. At first she discounts the rumors, but when she learns that Tomoko’s friend (who watched the video with her) died at exactly the same time, she begins to investigate. After viewing the tape herself, strange things start happening, and so she teams up with her ex-husband, Ryuji, to try to stop the death clock that has once again begun ticking. Reiko and Ryuji race to save their lives from impending doom and discover what the tape has to do with a tragedy-stricken volcanic island and a very strange little girl named Sadako.

      The Suicide Manual (Japanese) 2003
      The Suicide Song
      Apartment 1303
      In Chinese and Japanese literature and films, the well is a symbolic link to the underworld and by extension, the unconscious. In folklore and in films and books such as The Ring, the well is a place of death and return. Many commit suicide by jumping in a well and consequently the well is haunted. This parallels Western literature.

      One example comes from the Liaozhai, “The Man Who Was Thrown Down a Well.” Mr. Tai gets a “Christmas Carol” warning from the shade of his dead cousin. A neighbor, suspicious of a his attentions to his wife, knocks him down a well where he meets with spirits who beseech him to rebury their neglected bones. This he promise to do and he is released back to the mundane world, a better man.

      Yeogo goedam (1998)

  11. QUESTION:
    Recommend some feudal period Japanese films?
    I'm in the mood to watch some epic historical, or historical fiction films set in the feudal period or earlier. But I'm unfamiliar with Japanese films, so I'd love a few recommendations!~

    • ANSWER:
      Well, THE classic film like that is Kurosawa's "The Seven Samurai" (see link, below).

      Good luck!

  12. QUESTION:
    What is the spirituality of Chinese Kungfu and Japanese Samurais?
    What is the spirituality of Chinese Kung fu and Japanese Samurais?

    When i watch Japanese films, they don't give a clear idea about their spirituality. Chinese film shows buddhist deities in their films , here and there. But then Who are Taoist ?

    • ANSWER:
      Just Google Taoism and Buddhism for Chinese religion and google Shintoism and Zen Buddhism for Japanese religion.

      As far as I know, and anyone can correct me if I'm wrong, Taoism is the religion that founded the Yin Yang Philosophy of Tai Chi and is centered in the Wudang/Wu Tang Mountain Temple. While Buddhism is centered in the Shaolin Temple.

      Shintoism is the ancient Japanese religious practice of venerating their ancestors and is as old as Japan itself, while Zen Buddhism is an offshoot of Chinese Chan Buddhism and was the religion practiced by most of the Samurai during the medieval era.

  13. QUESTION:
    What is the spirituality of Chinese Kungfu and Japanese Samurais?
    What is the spirituality of Chinese Kungfu and Japanese Samurais?

    When i watch Japanese films, they don't give a clear idea about their spirituality. Chinese film shows Buddhist deities in their films , here and there. But then Who are Taoist ?

    • ANSWER:
      Embracing the Way, you become embraced;
      Breathing gently, you become newborn;
      Clearing your mind, you become clear;
      Nurturing your children, you become impartial;
      Opening your heart, you become accepted;
      Accepting the world, you embrace the Way.

      Bearing and nurturing,
      Creating but not owning,
      Giving without demanding,
      This is harmony.

      To reduce someone's influence, first expand it;
      To reduce someone's force, first increase it;
      To overthrow someone, first exalt them;
      To take from someone, first give to them.

      This is the subtlety by which the weak overcome the strong:
      Fish should not leave their depths,
      And swords should not leave their scabbards.

      One of the schools of ancient Chinese martial arts was Wudang, whose founder was a Taoist priest (the martial arts form was Taiji). The above passages is from Tao Te Jing. Its essence is to be in harmony with nature. Most martial arts (kungfu) practitioners would seek strengthening the mind (spirituality) and body, and undertake kungfu as a form of self-defense.

      Bushido - meaning Way of the Warrior (Japanese). Early bushido literature further enforces the requirement to conduct oneself with calmness, fairness, justice, and propriety. The relationship between learning and the way of the warrior is clearly articulated, one being a natural partner to the other. Bushido, while exhibiting the influence of Tao through Zen Buddhism (upholding the moral and psychological development of a warrior and ethical standards), is a philosophy in contradistinction to religious belief, with a deep commitment to propriety in this world for propriety's sake.

  14. QUESTION:
    What would be a good book to read concerning Japanese cinema?
    I've recently become more and more interested in Japanese cinema, and have watched quite a good number of great Japanese films by now. Is there any books worth reading that deals with this subject that's worth recommending?

    • ANSWER:
      MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA BY ARTHUR GOLDEN!!!!

  15. QUESTION:
    What are a few authentic Japanese movies less known by foreigners worth watching?
    I don't want to watch movies that are in the Us, translated in English, well known Japanese classics in the US. I want to watch and experience authentic culturally Japanese films. Got any for me?

    • ANSWER:
      akira kurosawa

  16. QUESTION:
    What are some great, lesser known, Japanese films out there?
    Can anyone suggest any great/good Japanese films out there that have kind of "Gone under the Radar," so to speak?

    • ANSWER:
      Bin-jip (2004): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0423866/
      aka 3-Iron
      Trailer: http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi62128409/

      Wu ji (2005): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0417976/
      aka The Promise
      Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASix-v_-P2k

      Chocolate (2008): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1183252/
      aka Fury
      Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Axf_EXzF_qM

  17. QUESTION:
    How can I convert a film from .mkv to viewable in iTunes & retain the subtitles?
    I've used SmartConverter successfully for non-subtitled stuff, but it doesn't seem to transfer the subtitles for the old Japanese films I want to convert.

    The subtitles aren't automatically on-screen in the original format, but a selectable option (when played through an appropriate player).

    Alternatively, is there an app I can use to play the original files without converting them? Preferably free!

    Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      once i were searching a software like this and i found one 'watermark subtitle creator' it will allow you conver any video to any format with subtitle. It is absolutely easy and trustfull than any other converter,download this from here http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Other-VIDEO-Tools/Video-Watermark-Subtitle-Creator.shtml

      you can find many converters around the web but only if u buy cmpleate version you can do all the features, unless they leave a huge watermark, i hate that so i suggest this one to you,
      also using this software you can leave watermarks on videos [as your like]. And you can edit subtitle [position, colour and much more] enjoy dude

  18. QUESTION:
    where can i find foreign films in inglish?
    Indian asian japanese films, is there a site with all these?

    • ANSWER:

      http://www.freewatchtv.info

  19. QUESTION:
    How to watch this japanese film?
    Its called Schoolgirl in Cement, its the story of Junko futura. Its a japanese film. Ive checked every possible movie watching website. Any ideas? or better yet, have any of you seen it?
    free would be preferable

    • ANSWER:

  20. QUESTION:
    what is a good career that involves japanese culture?
    Im into the arts filmaking writing and stuff like that but I like anime and want a career in something like that oh and I live in california too I hope to visit japan or asia period because Im half asian but I want to live here in calif any anime or japanese films places here?

    • ANSWER:
      Actually my friend is in the very same boat as you...he graduated with a degree in directing (film making) and was really interested in Anime. He also studied art. The thing is Anime is strictly in Japan- so he had to settle as an art director in American adult 'cartoons'. He has started his own projects and has been attempting to market them himself. If you really don't want to go to Japan that would probably be your best bet...creating your own and either trying to sell the idea or make it yourself.

      They also have Anime art schools in Japan that you can start out from if that is your wish...it would provide a great place for getting ideas and get your foot in the door. I do believe that's his plan for next year once he makes enough money.

      Also don't be so quick to dismiss living in Japan...it's a great experience (if you're a man). You could actually go to school there and still work as an English teacher...it's a little easier to do that in Japan since you might look Asian then anywhere else. The money's not bad, your housing is free and you get to see the culture anime comes from to understand it better!

  21. QUESTION:
    Why do they blur out the penis in most Japanese adult films?
    Why do they blur out the penis in most Japanese adult films?
    I have always wondered why. I figured there is some kind of cultural reason?

    • ANSWER:
      Simply because it's illegal to show genital parts in Japan (both male and female).
      But in this internet age, the law is totally meaningless; because, many Japanese porn business ppl are selling uncensored films from overseas.

  22. QUESTION:
    Why do actresses in Japanese adult films always sound like they're suffering?
    I have noticed in Japanese adult films, the actresses always make sounds like they're in pain, almost like they're being raped, even when they're doing the driving. I've seen many adult scenes from Japan, and I've never heard the actress sound like they're enjoying themselves, at least to these Western ears. Is this a cultural thing, and what does it signify?

    • ANSWER:
      It's so funny because I had not idea what kind of sounds Western women make until I recently. It actually just a cultural thing. Japanese guys think the "pain" sounds sexy or cute. It took me a while to realize the fact. So guys I slept with in U.S was wondering why I make weird sound in the bed huh.. LOL

  23. QUESTION:
    In Japanese horror films why is there a little boy with a white kitsune mask in almost all the ones I see?
    I have seen a few Japanese horror films. I have realized that there is almost always a little boy with a white kitsune mask, especially in the hospitals. Does anyone know the symbolism behind this icon? He always pulls up his mask for a brief moment then puts it back down after the incident is done, or in fact sometimes it's reversed. Can anyone help me with this? I would really like to know the story behind the use of such a symbol.

    • ANSWER:
      Complete Answer:
      Kitsune are Japanese fox-spirits. They are said to be able to take the form of a charming woman and a fox-form. They are ageless, being spirits, however, they are not immortal; they can live a life span of 900 years and gain a new tail for each hundred years, living up to a life that obtains 9 tails as stated above. The kitsune carry around kitsune-ball also. The kitsune-balls appear to not be magical at all, and just a regular ball. Some people state that these balls carry part of their soul inside of them and part of their magical abilities; if separated from the ball for to long, they will eventually die. This is also the only part of them that they take with them when they shape-shift into foxes and humans; the fox form will carry the ball in their mouths or balance it on their tails, and in human form, they will just carry the ball around with them. If someone does get the kitsune's ball, the kitsune may beg for it to be given back to them; in return for giving the ball back to the kitsune, they will be at your aid. The kitsune are also separated into clans. These clans consist of wind, earth, fire, water, celestial, thunder, mountain, void, spirit, time, and sound. The celestial clan of kitsune are most related with Inari, whose messengers are foxes. The kitsune also possess magical abilities such as the ability to shape-shift, as stated before, and the ability to cause illusions. Kitsune also are seductive, and bewitch men in their guise of a young and charming woman.

  24. QUESTION:
    What are the best historical fantasy films?
    I'm looking for some great films
    I mean like Japanese films were there is a mix of real and fantasy elements
    Not just Japanese though all though they tend to be the best
    Like some great fight scenes etc
    Much appreciated
    Like lord of the rings for an example

    • ANSWER:
      House Of Flying Daggers
      Excalibur
      Beowulf

  25. QUESTION:
    What is a good book to read for an essay on American remakes of Asian films?
    i am doing an essay about hollywood cashing in on Asian films and making their own versions. It will most likely focus on one particular remake but i want to know if there are any good books that talk about Americans remaking Asian/Japanese films

    • ANSWER:
      thr reading this article

      http://archive.sensesofcinema.com/contents/05/34/remaking_east_asia.html

  26. QUESTION:
    What is a really famous Japanese movie that almost all Japanese people will have heard of?
    I am playing charades with my Japanese friend, but he doesn't know many english films, so what Japanese films will he almost definitely know?
    Please help!
    Me Em

    • ANSWER:
      Ran, Madadayo, The Legend of Narayama, Kaghemusha, Rashomon, Twilight Samurai, The Seven Samurai.

  27. QUESTION:
    What are some good Japanese horror films?
    I actually work at a movie store, and we have lots of J-horror, and some are good, but there are a lot that are also really lame. What are some great Japanese horror films?

    The ones I've already seen are
    Audition
    Ringu
    Ju-on
    Infection
    Prayer Beads
    In the Site
    The Suicide Club
    Shikoku
    And the Eye (but that's Chinese)

    Any suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      Try these J-horrors (havent seen them all so I can't say if good or not)-
      Pyrokinesis (2000)
      One missed call (2005)
      Lizard Baby (2004)
      Haze (2005)
      Kill Devil (2006)
      Nightmare Detective (2007)
      Premonition (2004)
      Suicide Circle 2: Noriko's Dinner Table (2005)
      Apartment 1303 (2003)
      Alive (2002)
      Ghost Train (2006)

  28. QUESTION:
    Is Battle Royale a comedy action movie or is it melodramatic with the shouting?
    I seen several classic movies of chinese and japanese films that have a good story etc but with modern asian movies its like a group of people in a room shouting back and forth and they drag it out even though they dont have to and that's what I mean by overmelodramtic, not all but sometimes.

    Or is the movie like Deadliest Warrior, like tom and jerry with action, comic style relief.

    • ANSWER:
      It's not comedy by any means, but it's not melodramatic. It's action/horror. Great film.

  29. QUESTION:
    What to do if a single Japanese male at the age of 29 wants a permanent job in the U.S.?
    Currently, I am working for Japanese film industry as a video-engineer.
    I have no idea how to get a working visa in the U.S.
    Could someone please tell me how to get one of these?

    Thank you.

    • ANSWER:

  30. QUESTION:
    What do you do when you suspect your mail carrier is watching your netflix before it gets mailed back?
    At first it only took a couple days for netflix to report my movies returned. Now it is taking over a week, but only on popular movies. The foreign movies I get, like Japanese films and independent films only take a couple days. I think she is watching the mainstream movies but being that I live around stupid hill people in Arkansas, she returns the other films her simple mind can't comprehend on time.

    • ANSWER:
      You can call both Netflix and the USPS and report that your movies are not being received/returned on time. Keep a log of these movies, which ones are taking too long to be reported back to Netflix, etc. Netflix should be able to tell if the movie has been reopened after you initially sealed it to send it back (like if she ripped it open and taped it shut again -- she has to open it, so she must have left evidence). If you find that your postal carrier is watching your DVDs before returning them, she will not only be fired but can be charged with a felony.
      If you can't get proof and you are unable to stop her from going through your mail, I would recommend having your movies returned through your work mail system (ask your boss first, but it should be a different mail carrier and so you won't have that problem) or you can drop them off in a post box and make she sure never gets her hands on them at all.

  31. QUESTION:
    Why do people hold their breath when crossing a bridge in anime?
    I've noticed this in a few different Japanese films I've watched. (Ex: Re Cycle - nonanime; Spirited Away - anime) My dad was asking me about it and I didn't know how to answer him. I know that it is a superstition but...I'm still confused.

    • ANSWER:
      Well I just know that in Spirited Away (one of my favorite movies!!) Chihiro holds her breath because if she doesn't, the spell Haku gave would break and everyone would be able to see her, then she would probably be prosecuted or something. But I've never seen it in any other movie. I've never heard of that superstition before, but I guess for the same reason people hold their breath when going past a graveyard.

  32. QUESTION:
    Can anyone recommend a quirky Asian romance film?
    I've Started getting into Asian cinema and I absolutely loved the Japanese film "Love Exposure" and the Korean film "My Sassy Girl".

    Something similar to those films would be great.

    Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      Virgin Snow
      Seducing Mr. Perfect
      100 Days With Mr Arrogant
      200 Pounds Beauty
      Unstoppable Marriage
      A Millionaire's First Love

  33. QUESTION:
    How long does it take foreign films to go from theaters to DVD?
    I'm not talking about when the movie will be released in the US, but how long the wait usually is for foreign films to be released on DVD in the country it was made/premiered in. Does the time period differ a lot from country to country, or is it generally the same?

    I'm interested in knowing the answer for any country, but I'm particularly curious about what the wait would be like for a Japanese film.
    The reason I'm asking is because I hate cam rips :P I want to watch something actually ripped from DVD and/or buy it directly if that would be quicker than waiting for an American release.

    • ANSWER:
      Piratebay. Why wait?

  34. QUESTION:
    Is there a way to watch a ripped movie with subtitles on a PS3?
    I got this Japanese film called 'Aftershock' and have a separate subtitles file for it on my PC. But how do I make the subtitles work in the PS3?

    • ANSWER:
      u should be able to get to it by clicking triangle when the movie starts so the little menu pops up then go to the box with circles in that is subtitles just click on it till it says english subtitles
      that should work
      sorry if it doesnt

  35. QUESTION:
    Is there any more films like the girl who leapt through time ?
    its a Japanese film and i wanted to know if there is any more films like this one ?

    • ANSWER:
      Try バブルへGO!! タイムマシンはドラム式, it was a pretty good movie.

  36. QUESTION:
    where can i watch japanese horror films?
    Anyone know of a good website that has subbed and good quality japanese horror films? The sites I've been able to find have crap quality or no subbs.

    Also, know any good japanese horror movies to check out?

    • ANSWER:

      http://themoviesempire.com/

      http://moviescollections.info/

  37. QUESTION:
    Can you get in trouble for downloading copyrighted content from other countries?
    I'm downloading a torrent of a pretty large collection of copyrighted Japanese films. They're actually pornographic material, not movies. I'm not using peerblock or peerguardian because it was really slowing it up, and it's already very low on peers so I kind of had to not use it. The torrent is also at least 2 months old. My question is can I get in trouble for this? Would some Japanese filmmaker actually take time to contact my ISP? And if they did am I even liable? Thanks for any information

    • ANSWER:
      I think you'll get in trouble if they somehow get a hold of your ISP address, but I think the chances of that happening are slim. However, I have a feeling that copyrighted downloads are going to start getting harder down the road now that the Japanese and English-speaking companies that release this stuff are starting to crack down on sites that post or host their material.

  38. QUESTION:
    What is the scariest movie you have ever seen?
    Hi, im after a scary movie to watch with my boyfriend. REALLY Scary, i hear japanese films are the scariest? Anyone know any scary japanese films? Just really, tell me the scariest u have ever seen.
    Ive watched,
    The haunting in connecticut
    Paranormal Activity
    & Orphan, Oh and The Unborn..
    Any others?!

    • ANSWER:
      any of these:

      1. “Psycho”

      2. “The Exorcist”

      3. “Halloween”

      4. “Alien”

      5. “Night of the Living Dead (1968)”

      6. “Jaws”

      7. “The Shining”

      8. “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)”

      9. “Dawn of the Dead (1978)”

      10. “Rosemary’s Baby”

      11. “The Silence of the Lambs”

      12. “The Blair Witch Project”

      13. “Nosferatu”

      14. “Frankenstein (1931)”

      15. “Nightmare on Elm Street”

      16. “Carrie (1976)”

      17. “The Thing (1982)”

      18. “Bride of Frankenstein”

      19. “The Haunting (1963)”

      20. “Poltergeist”

      21. “Suspiria”

      22. “Wait Until Dark”

      23. “The Birds”

      24. “Don’t Look Now”

      25. “Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn”

      26. “The Innocents”

      27. “Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer”

      28. “Freaks”

      29. “Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)”

      30. “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, (1921)”

      31. “The Omen (1976)”

      32. “The Fly (1986)”

      33. “Seven”

      34. “The Re-Animator”

      35. “The Sixth Sense”

      36. “The Ring (2002)”

      37. “The Evil Dead”

      38. “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1933)”

      39. “The Hitcher”

      40. “Near Dark”

      41. “Dracula (1931)”

      42. “Vampyr (1932)”

      43. “Onibaba”

      44. “Scream”

      45. “Aliens”

      46. “Creature from the Black Lagoon”

      47. “Session 9”

      48. “Nosferatu the Vampyre”

      49. “Black Christmas”

      50. “When a Stranger Calls”

      51. “Repulsion”

      52. “Misery”

      53. “Horror of Dracula”

      54. “The Others”

      55. “Jurassic Park”

      56. “The Seventh Victim”

      57. “Peeping Tom”

      58. “28 Days Later”

      59. “Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)”

      60. “The Hidden”

      61. “May”

      62. “Shaun of the Dead”

      63. “Last House on the Left”

      64. “10 Rillington Place”

      65. “Salo”

      66. “Cat People (1942)”

      67. “Frailty”

      68. “The Howling”

      69. “Trilogy of Terror”

      70. “Blue Velvet”

      71. “I Walked with a Zombie”

      72. “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”

      73. “Martin”

      74. “Deliverance”

      75. “Carnival of Souls”

      76. “The Vanishing (1988)”

      77. “Masque of the Red Death”

      78. “The Night of the Hunter”

      79. “Salem’s Lot”

      80. “Fright Night”

      81. “Black Sunday (1960)”

      82. “Scream 2”

      83. “Dressed To Kill”

      84. “The Stepfather”

      85. “Friday the 13th”

      86. “The Exorcism of Emily Rose”

      87. “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death”

      88. “The Brood”

      89. “Dead-Alive”

      90. “Open Water”

      91. “The Mummy (1932)”

      92. “Requiem for a Dream”

      93. “Signs”

      94. “The Wolf Man”

      95. “Phantasm”

      96. “The Night Stalker”

      97. “Brides of Dracula”

      98. “M”

      99. “God Told Me To”

      100. “Eyes without a Face”

  39. QUESTION:
    Do you feel Japanese horror films are really confusing?
    I admit they make great horror films but their way of film making is such that its very difficult to follow the plot & sometimes even understand a few twists with all the flashbacks. I do watch a lot of Japanese horror films but I still feel like sticking to hollywood horror films as they tend to have a linear plot.

    Do you agree with my observation?

    • ANSWER:
      I can't disagree that Hollywood horror films tend to have a more linear plot. I think they err on the side of overexplanation while Japanese movies are more likely to underexplain, but I also think at least some of the confusion is cultural.

      Did you know whistling at night is considered bad luck in Japan? Because I didn't until recently, and if a movie decided to use a person whistling at night as a plot device, I would have had absolutely no idea what was going on.

      I think horror movies are more susceptible to cultural differences than other genres. They build tension by giving clues that something is about to go horribly wrong- all the crosses are upside down and this is room 13 and one of those guys said good luck instead of break a leg before she went on stage- and the audience recognizes them and knows what they imply. They have very specific ideas about where the monster will come from and what it will look like, and even if a filmmaker doesn't follow those expectations s/he will at least acknowledge them. But superstitions can vary a lot between cultures so you may well find yourself spending half the movie wondering how a painted wall could be a monster and why that's scary.

      I imagine that some of our movies are really confusing to Japanese people, too.

  40. QUESTION:
    How do I take screen shots of movies?
    I'm doing a major essay in high school over some thematic elements in Japanese film. Anyways, to illustrate some of my points it'd be nice to have a clear images ,of my choosing, from the movie. How do I take screenshots of a movie while it's running on my computer? Also, what constitutes fair use?

    • ANSWER:
      You press "Print Screen" on the top right of your computer, next to Scroll Lock. Then after you pressed it, you open Paint, or whatever you use and you just paste it there.

  41. QUESTION:
    Did Suzanne Collins ever claim that Battle Royale was an inspiration for the development of the Hunger Games?
    If you haven't seen/read Battle Royale, it's a Japanese film about a class of students who are forced to kill one another. The last one surviving is the winner. It's a lot more graphic than the Hunger Games, but the two texts have a lot of similarities. Did Collins ever mention that she was inspired by Battle Royale?

    • ANSWER:
      lol no. But you can bet 100% that she was.

      Collins' story about her inspiration was that she came up with the idea for The Hunger Games while watching news coverage of the war in Iraq while simultaneously flicking through channels filled with reality programming, which is exactly as unlikely as it seems. Where did the whole protagonists-attempting-to-outmaneuver-the corrupt-government-which-subjugates-its-citizens-through-broadcasting-their-children-fighting-each-other-with-weapons-in-a-closed-arena thing come from out of that? The whole news-meets-reality TV thing seems to be completely made up entirely for the purpose of deflecting accusations of plagiarism.

      She also cites the conveniently old myth of Theseus, as well as her dad being away in Vietnam, despite there being none of the themes you would expect to see in a work that was "inspired" by a parent going away to war. The Hunger Games also sets itself apart from the Theseus myth in the same regard. The myth of Theseus is about a hero saving the people from a monster, which is superficially the same as HG, but with themes of heroism and aggression instead of angst and martyrdom.

      Then there's the whole three inspiration sources thing. Usually inspiration works like this: one source of inspiration combined with existing genre preferences. JK Rowling was inspired by that book she ripped Dumbledore's image from + the boarding school genre. JRR Tolkien was inspired by Norse mythology + quest genre. Collins, on the other hand, is like "yeah, my dad went to Vietnam and it inspired me to write a book about it, and also, I was watching TV and the channels started to blur, and also, if you don't believe me, then, uh, Theseus, too.

      Real inspiration: Battle Royale comics + contemporary YA science fiction

      A lot of modern authors attempt to claim inspiration this way. No one wants to admit that a source of their inspiration is a contemporary, so you get stupid stuff like Stephanie Meyer claiming her inspiration for Twilight was Shakespeare instead of steamy vampire-sex pulp fiction.

      So when an author is inevitably asked "What was your inspiration?", out comes the long list of dead authors, or, in Collins' case, complete bullsh*t.

  42. QUESTION:
    What are some reliable and professional websites to find information on East Asian Cinema?
    I need to find some reliable websites that can be used as sources that discuss information on East Asian cinema including actors, detailed information and the like. This is including but not limited to Korean cinema and Japanese film. Thanks very much!

    • ANSWER:
      crunchyroll.com

  43. QUESTION:
    What was the last movie or show to totally take your mind off everything?
    i watched koizora, and because it is a japanese film it really takes your mind off things because i am curious about other cultures.

    It was a really sad movie and got me thinking.

    you and your sign?
    im a cancer

    • ANSWER:
      3rd Rock from the Sun-hilarious, intellectual, a group of aliens, looking like humans, trying to understand humankind. The lead guy is so dramatic and interesting. Acts like a fire dominant. Lol
      Deathnote-physcological battle of wits between a scorpio and pisces. Then a Taurus and Virgo join in later.
      Elfen Lied-psychological. There's so much going on, especially in the manga. Very deep

  44. QUESTION:
    Did anybody find the film Audition really odd?
    I just couldn't seem to understand it that well at all. I love Japanese films and films that really provoke your mind but this was just a blur, me and my friend sat there a few minutes after watching it thinking wtf did we just watch? lol

    Did anybody feel the same? perhaps somebody could clear it up for me?

    • ANSWER:
      yeah...wierd

  45. QUESTION:
    What are the weirdest movies you've ever watched?
    Mine would be
    2001 Space Odyssey
    The Butterfly Effect
    Donnie Darko
    And two Japanese films where a girl turns into a chair and a hobo lives in a sewer. Don't know what the name of those movies are.

    • ANSWER:
      The Human Centipede
      Tokyo Gore Police
      Eternal Sunshine of This Spotless Mind

      WTF?

  46. QUESTION:
    Where can I read Japanese film reviews of "Letters from Iwo Jima?"?
    I just saw the film and enjoyed it, but had a few questions and reservations (e.g., only the most American-influenced Japanese soldiers seemed capable of mercy or compassion).

    I'd like to know how Japanese film critics have received the film. I know it's playing in Shibuya, for example, and was a box office hit in its first weekend, but can't find any reviews online.

    I am especially interested in finding professionally published film reviews on the film, available online, from Japanese media, i.e. newspapers, magazines, TV broadcasts.

    I'm posting this question here instead of under "film" in hopes of reaching more people who are in Japan, or who have more access than I do to Japanese media sources.

    • ANSWER:
      Like Alex says there are few actual film critics in Japan. Basically, a film critic's job in Japan is to get people to watch movies. Therefore being critical is not part of the job description. Typical Japanese "film critics" always find something nice to say about even the lamest flicks-"action fans will enjoy this one", or fans of so and so won't want to miss it.

      A film that is actually really good often just gets described with superlatives, not with any real description of why it's so good. Or else the reviewer just says he found the movie heartwarming or inspiring or something subjective like that. Thus all movies are above average in Japan according to the critics.

  47. QUESTION:
    Help identify Japanese Superhero Vampire movie from the 1960s?
    I saw a movie on TV as a child. It was dubbed Japanese film, in black & white and starred a hero in a skintight outfit fighting zombies or vampires or witches. That's about all I can say. I've been curious what it is for the longest time.

    I've read about "Super Giant" (1957) and "Space Chief" (1961) but I don't think those are it. They look similar to be sure, but none of those ever mention vampires, undead etc.

    Any ideas?

    • ANSWER:
      I have no idea, but can't wait to find out. The only Japanese zombie movie I know is Wild Zero.

  48. QUESTION:
    What are good supernatural/ghost/folklore/ films?
    I really like Japanese films like 'Ugetsu', 'The Woman in The Dunes' and 'Kwaidan' kind of supernatural or offbeat magical-realism films, not technically horror but odd enough. Are there any good examples of other films like these out there? I'm a big fan of 'Pan's Labyrinth' too

    • ANSWER:
      You should watch the tv show 'supernatural' all there episodes are based on real folklore from different cultures, it's a great show. It's on friday evenings on cw or you can watch it online on tvduck.com.

  49. QUESTION:
    A Japanese Horror Film That Was On Showtime?
    I Saw This Japanese Film On Showtime About 3 Years Ago & I Don't Remember The Name Of It. All I Remember Is That People Were Just Fading Away Like Vanishing Into Then Air If They Saw Shadows Or Something Like That & The Ending When The Girl Escaped On A Boat. I Believe It Came Out In 2003.
    If You Can Help Me Out That Would Be Great But I Know This Isn't Very Detailed So I Understand If No One Finds It.

    • ANSWER:
      It might be Pulse (Kairo). I vaguely remember that movie ending on a boat.

  50. QUESTION:
    Why are all the Oscars go to weird movies?
    I don't watch the Oscars any more. Only the strange movies ever win.

    Why is that?

    I think the only good movie of the bunch was that foreign Japanese film.

    • ANSWER:
      yeah i know what you mean, that's why i don't watch oscars any more. they always choose by political or by some other reasons and they never judge how good the movie really is. So, now i watch cannes film festival and some other european awards


japanese films best

Movie Releases 2012 By Month

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Why are there two Snow White movies in 2012?
    I've noticed same story movies released within a short period of time of each other many times, doesn't that split the revenue a bit? Armageddon and Deep Impact both involve meteors threatening life on Earth; Avatar and Battle for Terra were quite similar to each other as well;Friends with Benefits and No Strings Attached both released a few months apart and many others. Why is this, are the studios trying to outdo each other?

    • ANSWER:
      I agree, Mirror Mirror, released in March & the second, Snow White & The Huntsman, coming out in June, are obviously two of the same basic story lines in one season. These film studios produce doppelgangers that are clearly copy-cats, giving the ga head for competitive reasons and non-original interpretations for the same exact theme they are fully aware of. Gauging present trends & demographics are also a factor since they wouldn’t move forward unless there was a foundation, but generally these people spy on each other for short-cuts and have insidious reasons which include grudges. One-upmanship is not beyond the scope of these movers & shakers who regularly ride the wave of others ideas.

  2. QUESTION:
    When is the Kizumonogatari movie release?
    It was suppose to be released in August last year (2012), but I have not heard anything about it. Which came first the movie or the egg? The offical website still has the trailer which is very vague and a 2012 release date, but nothing else. Does anyone know if it was postponed or even cancelled. The reason being is that Nekomonogatari: Kuro (Black) was released and that was a squeal of the movie and a prequel of the 1st show I believe. So it is just a little confusing if the movie's subsequent squeal comes before the actual movie was ever released. Just looking for any information or even thoughts on this.

    • ANSWER:
      It was postponed to this year. It should be coming out this year but there hasn't been any exact release date.

      But hopefully there should be an announcement of a release date soon, I mean its already bad enough that I'm going to have to wait 6-8 months after it actually comes out for it to be on the web and subbed.

  3. QUESTION:
    When will the perks of being a wallflower movie trailer be released?
    the movie stopped filming for few months now. So when will they make time to edit a trailer? Can't take this anticipation any longer.

    • ANSWER:
      My best guess is this fall because the release date is 2012 but there aren't any previews yet so I'd say Fall or Winter. Hopefully, because I'm really excited for it!

  4. QUESTION:
    What takes it so long for movies to make it to cable and ohter companies to view for free or rent?
    The Amazing Spiderman was released in july 2012 but did not come on cable tv until december of 2012, avengers came out in may 2012 but did not come on cable tv until oct-nov 2012. what takes so long?

    • ANSWER:
      This is actually much faster than it used to be. As little as 10-20 years ago, it took over a year for movies to be released on VHS or DVD. Movies would stay in the theater for up to six months.

  5. QUESTION:
    How long does it take a movie just released to reach netflix?
    Does Netflix stream recently released movies? For example if avengers is to be released in cinema's on the 19th of july 2012 how soon will netflix have it available to stream?
    Thanks in advance

    • ANSWER:
      In general, major motion pictures do not become available to stream for up to 10 years because of first run rights that the premium channels have. Netflix has made a number of agreements to help with this problem. The most significant of these is the deal with EPIX. This arrangement grants Netflix access to titles from Lionsgate, MGM and Paramount 90 days after they arrive at EPIX. This translates to about 8-10 months after the movie is released in theaters. The Avengers is distributed by Paramount. I would not expect Netflix to have it before January of next year. They have also made deals for first run rights with DreamWorks, The Weinstein Company and FilmDistrict. Best Picture winner "The Artist" will be on Netflix immediately after its disc exclusivity period ends.

  6. QUESTION:
    Why is Obama leaking classified information on the Bin Laden raid to film makers?
    So they can release a pro Obama movie a month before the 2012 election. Isn't that illegal?

    • ANSWER:
      Source? Further more, I thought just about everything has been leaked
      already. Do we even know Obama is cooperating on this film?

      WOW. Every time I ask for a source on a typical neocon question,
      lots of thumbs down. What is it that scares the poop out of you guys?

      It is the mere audacity to ask for a source because I don't believe
      everything I am told and accept it without question?

      Every time you do this you just reinforce the stereotype than neocons
      lack critical thinking. Good job, well done.

  7. QUESTION:
    Can someone list all the movies that Tupac Shakur played a role in?
    Can you guys list the movies where Tupac played a main role in?
    Please don't list shows in which he showed up in one episode and don't list any movies where he only makes an appearance for a couple of minutes.
    I want a list of the movies in which he played a role in.

    Thank you.

    • ANSWER:
      1991 Nothing But Trouble:Himself
      1992 Juice:Bishop
      1993 Poetic Justice Lucky
      1994 Above the Rim Birdie
      1995 Murder Was the Case: The Movie Sniper
      1996 Bullet Tank Released one month after Shakur's death
      1997 Gridlock'd Ezekiel 'Spoon'
      1997 Gang Related Detective Rodríguez Shakur's last performance in a film
      2003 Tupac: Resurrection Himself Official documentary film
      2012 Tupac: Himself (archive footage)

      NOTE:He had also been slated to star in the Hughes brothers' film Menace II Society but was replaced by Larenz Tate after assaulting Allen Hughes as a result of a quarrel. Director John Singleton mentioned that he wrote the script for Baby Boy with Shakur in mind for the leading role. It was eventually filmed with Tyrese Gibson in his place and released in 2001, five years after Shakur's death. The film features a mural of Shakur in the protagonist's bedroom as well as featuring the song "Hail Mary" in the film's score.

  8. QUESTION:
    Why do some big movies wait years before putting their movie in theaters when the movie is already complete?
    I mean really, i heard it takes between 3 months for each movie to be completed and about 6 to 9 months for big movies to be completed, yet they won't put it the movie for maybe 2 to 3 years later. Aww, what is up with that? Put it in the big movie theaters when completed. Why the long wait for big movies? Does any notice that and hate that? Why the prolong tease?

    • ANSWER:
      Every part of a movie is financed by someone. A huge amount of money goes into making the film and then editing it and promoting it. It took almost 2 years for Cameron to edit AVATAR. Big blockbuster movies take time to be made.
      In many instances the director has the final say on which cut will be released. Often times the studios want to see a different ending than the way the director cut the movie. In that case there are law suits between directors and studios which causes the studios to wait even longer-till the lawsuit is settled. With several movies the studios went out of business and no one really knew who owned or would distribute the movie. Sometimes the studios see how bad the movies are when finished and don't want to release them and waste even more money on them. Three recent movies come to mind The Beaver with Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster was made 4 years ago. The studios didn't release it because of all the bad publicity Mel Gibson was getting in his personal life. EAT PRAY LOVE sat unreleased for a long time. Right now there is a movie being released in a few weeks called 'FIREFLIES IN THE GARDEN".It stars Ryan Reynolds and Julia Roberts. It was completed in 2008 but the studios hated it so much they held it back4 years to mid-Novembe 2011.
      Studios are also very aware of scheduling. The schedule for 2012 up thru next Christmas 2012 is already figured out. No studio wants to open their big expensive blockbuster on the same weekend some other big major blockbuster is being released by a different studio. Evert studop hopes to have at least 2 weeks where their movie can be no.1. It's all very political and is driven by studio greed.
      What would happen if they released 20 movies you really really really wanted to see and they released them all on Thanksgiving day ? How many would you/could you see ? Thats why the studios slowly release their films over a long time period. They want no competition from other good movies.They love to put out the trailers EARLY so people will keep getting more and more excited to see the movie once it is finally released/ Many times a movie trailer will be released 8 months before the movie opens.

  9. QUESTION:
    How long does it take for movies to get from the movies to DVD?
    I just saw ParaNorman a day or two ago, and I was just wondering how long it takes for movies to get to DVD/Blu-ray. Could anyone give me an estimate, or where to go for an estimate on when this movie will be out??
    I'd love to hear what you say!! Thank you for reading my question!!

    • ANSWER:
      Movies seem to take between 4-6 months to become DVDs. This site has the dates of future DVD releases http://www.dvdsreleasedates.com/movies/5637/ParaNorman-2012.html
      Also Amazon usually knows when a DVD will be released.

  10. QUESTION:
    What movies and songs remind you of summer?
    I was watching "Across the Universe" and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" for like the 84th time already. And I suddenly remembered the first time I watched both movies. It was sometime around mid-July of 2008. It reminded me of the warm and long summer nights.

    Now that summer is around the corner for most; what movies and songs remind you of summer?

    BQ's
    Do you get a feeling of excitement when summer is approaching by?
    What is it about summer that makes it so wonderful to you?

    Have a lovely day!

    • ANSWER:
      This song started to play in my mind when I read your question:

      It makes me playback happy childhood memories of running around a playground on the beach with fuchsia-stained lips from a raspberry snow cone. I misheard the lyrics for years and only realized that it's not a sunny song about love when I read them now. I also remember theatrically singing "Wannabe" with my friends on that beach, and getting wildly excited when a passerby said "watch out Spice Girls." Haha. I'll always have a little love in my heart for Britney Spears for all the fun memories her music provided us with in the early 2000s. My mom banned me from singing "Oops! I Did it Again" after I came home from listening to it at a day camp for Daisy Girls (younger Girl Scouts) and belted it out on an unintentionally annoying nonstop loop.

      I was a competitive dancer from the age of six until just recently, and every summer we'd have dance camp and compete in Vegas at nationals. A lot of my music memories are attached to the dances we performed, like "Crazy," " "Hollywood," and "Free Falling." They all make me feel like it's summertime and I don't have to be at school in the morning. Songs from the "Across the Universe" soundtrack were also incredibly popular. I listened to that soundtrack constantly on my very first iPod.

      Other songs that sound like summer to me:
      Hollaback Girl ~ Gwen Stefani (I'm now thinking of that video where the whole school dances on the last day)
      Hot in Here ~ Nelly
      A Thousand Miles ~ Vanessa Carlton (tennis day camp 03)
      Crazy in Love ~ Beyonce
      Rebellion (Lies) ~ Arcade Fire - I fell in love with them the summer of 07
      Fidelity ~ Regina Spektor - Another love from 07.
      Silver Lining ~ Rilo Kiley. It's just a jaunty melody that sounds like the breezy, carefree days of summer to me
      Relax, Take it Easy ~ Mika. This was like my theme song of 08
      I'm Yours ~ Jason Mraz, summer 09
      Dog Days Are Over ~ Florence & the Machine ~ summer of 10
      I was obsessed with Mumford & Son all last summer

      Movies:
      Shrek!!!
      Mamma Mia
      The Parent Trap - I remember seeing this when I was so young, and loving it
      Adventureland
      500 Days of Summer

      BQ
      I do get excited when summer is approaching! I have a ways to go until summer 2012 because we haven't even started the spring quarter yet. I love the liberty of summer. Even though I've stayed busy for most of June through September in recent years, I still carry the spirit of summer with me. I remember the delight of "school nights" suddenly being transformed. It felt so freeing to be able to go out with friends during the week and stay up late. I love the longer days and the months of sunshine. I live in a Mediterranean climate, so we rarely see any rain in the summer, and the days remain pleasant. We have a lake house a couple of hours away, and we spend a lot of time there in the summer. It's where I felt most like a kid. I'd swim in the lake, run through the woods, catch and release frogs, and exercise my imagination. I miss those days!!!

      Your recollections made me reminisce about the summer of 08. This was shot then, and the song will always remind me of that time. That song was so popular then!!!

      Ha, I'm prone to rambling like crazy when it's this hour and I'm scooping out thoughts before sleeping. Sorry it's so long. I hope you have a lovely day, too!!!

      ~ skylark : )

  11. QUESTION:
    Why isn't all the Professor Layton games been released in the UK?
    I know three have been released in the UK. These include: The curious village, pandora's box and the lost future. I have played all of these and they are fantastic. But why isn't the spector's flute, eternal diva, or mask of miracle been released in the UK?

    • ANSWER:
      Simply because the fourth and fifth games (which will not be called Spectre's Flute, a translated name, or Mask of Miracle, a working title) have yet to be translated into English

      Additionally, the games are being released a year apart since it takes a long time to translate a game with so much story and puzzle text (and some puzzles need to be replaced since not all of the original Japanese puzzles would make sense in English) along with commercial reasons (such as not releasing a new game until sales of the previous game have dropped away)

      It's only been five months since the third game was released in the UK

      Further, the weekly puzzles for the third game haven't finished yet and the fourth game is not going to be released while these continue

      It's currently expected that the English version of the fourth game will be announced around June and released in the UK around October (give or take a month)

      As for the Eternal Diva movie (which takes place between the fourth and fifth games), this was released in the UK in 2010 (but has yet to be released in the US) and can be purchased from stores such as Amazon UK or watched on YouTube

      On a side note, there's a common misconception that the Eternal Diva movie is part of the prequel trilogy, but the prequel trilogy consists of three games (the last game of which will not be released in Japan until late 2011 or early 2012) and the movie is basically an extra

      On a related note, Level 5 has announced that there may be a second movie (that takes place between the second and third games of the prequel trilogy) and possibly a third

  12. QUESTION:
    What hoax/story the internet conspirators will create after 2012 if it won't happen?
    Suppose everything goes alright, nothing happens on 21 dec 2012, then what will these websites, conspirators do after that?

    Will they start another prediction like 2020 or 2034 or 2036?

    • ANSWER:
      A while ago, I thought that they would go with the next "Ancient calendar date" of September 20, 2020 (it is a different Ancient calendar).

      However, I now see that the attention span of the gullible North American is so short that they could simply pick a date 6 months later and people would still go for it, hook line and sinker.

      The same charlatans were running the Planet-X hoax (end of the world of May 13, 2003) and they created the Big 2012 Hoax during the summer of 2003, giving it a lead time of nine years. It almost died. In fact, by the time Sony Pictures were about to release Roland's movie "2012" (which is a lot closer to the 2003 version), popular interest in the Big 2012 Hoax had almost disappeared, scaring them. That is when they came up with all the fake "documentaries", later revealed as disguised ads for the movie. Some of these are still shown AS IF they were real documentaries.

      Therefore, it is obvious that if you want to catch the American public, nine years is WAY too long. Now, I tend to go completely the other way: I expect MANY ends-of-the-world for 2013 alone.
      Not all from the same charlatans, of course.

      -------------

      Isaac Newton did NOT predict the end of the world for 2060.

      What he did say is that the end of the world can NOT be before 2060. I could be centuries after.

      The Mayans did NOT predict the one for 2012. They were just as surprised as we were to learn that they did... and slightly more annoyed (given they were blamed). Even their Mesoamerican Long Count calendar does not end (they know that); the lie - that it ends - was invented by some dude from Minnesota who had also claimed that he was a reincarnated Mayan god.

  13. QUESTION:
    When is the Hunger Games movie expected to come out?
    I am obsessed with this book and want to know when the movie is coming out. I've heard the fall of 2001 to 2012.

    • ANSWER:
      They have finished the script and the director is expected to start casting over the next month or 2. Production will start during the fall this year. So it should be ready for release in 2012.
      I've been following it all for years. Let's hope they keep schedule!!

  14. QUESTION:
    How long will the production of The Hunger Games be?
    Like the actual production, filming in front of camera with the actors and stuff. I've read it can take anywhere between 3-9 months. But I would think with all the different sets for the Hunger Games, it would be leaning more towards nine than three. Anyone have any ideas?

    • ANSWER:
      I say about seven. The set release date for the movie is early 2012. So I guess well just have to wait and see. Great books though. Hope the movie is just as good.

  15. QUESTION:
    What are the odds of electrical issues from the 2012 solar flares?
    Blackouts for days/weeks/months etc?

    • ANSWER:
      Old "News"

      The Solar Flare scare has been moved to 2013.

      The last time something like this happened was in March 1989 (two solar maximums ago) when the province of Quebec (in Canada) went without power for 9 hours.

      Six million people affected, nine hours without power. Total number of deaths = 0.

      Solar Flares cannot reach Earth (except, of course, in American movies -- e.g., "Knowing").
      Solar flares are caused by strong magnetic fields at the surface of the sun. If, during a large flare, the loops of the local magnetic field are short-circuited, there is an event called "magnetic reconnection". This releases lots of energy.

      Sometimes, that much energy sends out lots of material from the Sun's "atmosphere" just above the surface. A Coronal Mass Ejection (CME)

      CME are shot out quite often. Most of them miss us, of course. Every once in a while, we are hit and, most of the time, the charged particles will get trapped in our radiation belts (by our own magnetic field) and leak down into our atmosphere, giving us beautiful Northern Lights (or Southern Lights, if you live in the other hemisphere).

      Sometimes, the CME will arrive with too much energy and push our magnetosphere a bit too far. If that happens, the magnetosphere snaps back, causing its own magnetic reconnection. It is this event that causes an electromagnetic pulse that can be picked up by power grids.

      The power lines act as antennas and pick up energy from the pulse.

      In 1989, very long power lines (1,000 miles) picked up lots of energy and this pulse of power was interpreted, by the computers controlling the power distribution, as a major problem (e.g., lines fallen into a lake), so the computer shut down the power.

      When the rest of the system tried to pick up the slack, a cascade failure occurred.

      Quebec's distribution system has since been protected against these problems. When the man-made Northeast Blackout of 2003 occurred, the domino effect caused a power failure everywhere in the Northeast corner of North America EXCEPT in Quebec which had installed the protection.

      Since then, most civilized countries have protected their power distribution system against this kind of problem.

      We could hope that the USA have done the same, but, in light of the 2003 blackout...

      In any event, the 2013 solar max is expected to be weaker than average.

  16. QUESTION:
    Hi when is the new Mass Effect animation movie coming out?
    Their is a new Mass Effect animation movie supposed to come out this year but don't know when. Does anyone know about this? Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      The release date has not been released yet, I did a quick Google search on it and it seems as if their were minor issues with it. I'm going to assume that it will come out in the later months of 2012; likely being September.

  17. QUESTION:
    When is the New Moon movie coming out in theaters and is it coming out with Eclipse?
    I cant wait to see both movies but i need to know for sure when there bott coming out!

    • ANSWER:
      New Moon, November 2009.

      Eclipse 2012.

      That in the year the production company is giving for release.

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1325004/

      It will not be out in 2010.

      Well put Jude. Bravo!

      OMG Team Jaward! They are just gong to start filming in 3 months.

  18. QUESTION:
    Which 2012 movie released in then next month or two are you looking forward to watching?

    Isabelle - Just watched the Chronicle trailer,seems interesting,that was kid was freaked out by the teddy bear,interesting.

    • ANSWER:
      The Woman in Black and Hunger Games

  19. QUESTION:
    When does The vampire Academy the movie come out? Where can i get it?
    I have read all the books and really want to see the movie.

    • ANSWER:
      Sorry, but it is going to be a while before the movie is released, and an even longer time to when you can purchase it on dvd or blu ray.

      A couple of months ago the movie rights were purchased, and now they are getting ready for casting. If everything comes together on schedule, they movie should be released in early 2013 or late 2012

  20. QUESTION:
    Is it true that Breaking Dawn the movie is coming of the same months as the last harry potter movie?
    I heard that Breaking Dawn Part 1 and 2 are coming out the same months as Harry Potter DH Part 1 and 2? Does anyone know if this is true? Because they will probably move the date for Harry Potter like last time :(

    • ANSWER:
      Same months, but different years.

      HP Part 1 comes out in Nov of this year. Where Breaking Dawn comes out Nov of 2011
      HP Part 2 comes out in July 2011, right now i dont see a release month for Breaking Dawn but its in 2012. They do not come out the same month of the same year.

      So for next year, you have HP Part 2 in July and Breaking Dawn part 1 in Nov.

  21. QUESTION:
    When do pre-sale tickets go on sale for the Dark Knight Rises?
    I want to buy pre-sale tickets for the Dark Knight Rises on July 20th 2012 (The day that it opens). If it varies by theater can you please tell me how I can figure out when they go on sale.

    • ANSWER:
      GOTHAM -- Possibly the most anticipated movie of 2012, "The Dark Knight Rises," doesn't open until July, but tickets are already selling out.

      Tickets selling months in advance for big films is nothing new, but as Cinema Blend.com explains, the way "The Dark Knight Rises" tickets went on sale is very different.

      How early would you start buying tix to "The Dark Knight Rises"?
      1. Today
      2. February
      3. March
      4. April
      5. May
      6. June
      7. After it opens
      8. Never
      "Usually when tickets for a huge movie go on sale at online outlets like Fandango, we get a splashy press release from the company or the studio itself, trying to rally the troops to boost those ticket sale numbers months before the movie even opens," wrote Katey Rich of Cinema Blend. "It happened just two days ago, when we got a press release telling us the exact date "Hunger Games" tickets will go on sale in February. And yet you can now buy tickets for the year's most anticipated movie, and no one made any fanfare about it."

      /Film.com reported that Fandango quietly started selling midnight tickets in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York. But why keep it so low key? The Hollywood Reporter did some digging and found out why these midnight sales were so hushed.

      "As it happened, some AMC theater managers in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco decided to poll the fanboys in attendance (of a "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol" IMAX pre-screening) on who was interested in buying midnight tickets to see the Batman pic on July 19. Not surprisingly, the tickets sold out in an instant.

      More here............. http://www.ksl.com/?nid=1011&sid=18831972

  22. QUESTION:
    Q for Trekkies. Are you guys starting to get antsy for them to make another Star Trek prequal?
    The movie Star Trek which was a prequal and a telling of how the original series crew was formed rocked! But it's been 2 years since that came out and I haven't heard anything about a sequal. I'm starting to get ansty about at least hearing talk about a sequal. The first one was so good that I just can't believe they won't ever make another one.

    • ANSWER:
      You can also get news about Star Trek and other movies from

      http://blastr.com/index.php

      They have new info every weekday about different movies. A few in the past also been about the next Star Trek movie about them coming along with the script and what they arent doing. Its plan to come out summer of 2012. If i can find a few of the Star Trek articles, i will post the links below. It has been a month or so since i seen anything new.

      ---

      Trek 2 writers: Sequel will (sort of) be like Empire Strikes Back

      http://blastr.com/2010/11/trek-2-writers-sequel-wil.php

      Eric Bana says no to any more Star Trek

      http://blastr.com/2009/08/eric-bana-says-no-to-any.php

      New Star Trek sequel has a 2012 release date!

      http://blastr.com/2010/01/new-star-trek-sequel-has.php

      This MAY be the first official image from J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2

      http://blastr.com/2010/11/this-may-be-the-first-off.php

      If Kirk won't face Khan's wrath in Trek 2, who WILL he fight?

      http://blastr.com/2010/10/if-kirk-wont-face-khans-w.php

      Damon Lindelof: Why Star Trek 2 will be like The Dark Knight

      http://blastr.com/2010/08/damon-lindelof-why-star-t.php

      We've got big spoilers for Star Trek 2! (12?)

      http://blastr.com/2009/11/8-big-spoilers-for-star-t.php

  23. QUESTION:
    What could be the next Batman 3 plot?
    Do you guys have any ideas or suggestions of what the next Batman movie could be about? Be as creative as you like I want to hear your perspective about all this.

    • ANSWER:
      I have some inside information from Warner bros. about the upcoming third batman film which is slated for release across cinemas in 2012.

      Now this may or may not be true as of yet bearing in mind this is early days, but this is what they have been talking about. It's early days and so this is just an initial story outline/plot for the third batman movie according too people from warner bros. Now this is inside information and so this is what I have learnt.
      They just need Chris Nolan/David Goyer and jonhathan to sit down and work on the script in a few months time when they are finished with their other film projects.

      [Warner brothers are very keen for a fourth installment of the batman franchise. They have seen the success of the spiderman films and so want to repeat this with the batman franchise and if all goes according to plan and batman does well again, then there will of course be a fourth batman film with Warner bros. being VERY keen]

      This is the rough draft/outline for the third batman film. There is no title yet:

      The characters:

      Talia al ghul - she will be interlinked with bruce wayne [being a love interest] as well linked with the mob.

      Saying this, there will be a gang walfare across Gotham City stretching out into other neighbouring cities. Since the dissappearance of batman, Gotham city has been torn apart and there is a rise in the number of gangs and criminals etc... this keeps with the story of the long halloween/the dark victory comic books of gang wars.
      This will make way for batman to comeback and show the people of gotham city that he is a hero to them all and that gotham can be saved and they will change their perceptions on batman. The story has not been thought out so this is just a rough character and story outline which has been talked about by warner bros.

      The Penguin will be mentioned several times however the penguin will NOT be seen in the third movie. There is a strong connection with one of the mob and the penguin. However, the penguin will be just referred to as 'oswald' or 'oswald cobblepot' and not 'the penguin'. Like I said, he will be linked to one of the mob but will not feature as a villain in the third film.

      Talia is linked to Bruce Wayne as well as having a connection to the mob and this may be linked with getting revenge on batman who allegedly killed her father - Rhas Al Ghul.

      I'm not sure if any of you were aware of this but the Black Mask was actually written in the script of the dark knight however the black mask was later written out for some reason but now the written out scripts of his character will now feature in the third film.
      The black mask will feature - The Black Mask being related to the mob. He will be a big criminal of the underworld. A big mobster.

      Now The Black Mask will be a SIDE VILLAIN. AN ORDINARY CRIMINAL of the underworld who is in a gang war. He is in charge.

      Now comes the big part.... The Riddler will feature albeit briefly.

      There will be one major villain and a side villain to keep in line with the dark knight.

      The Riddler
      Black Mask - he will be an ordinary criminal with connections to the criminal underworld/mob

      the penguin - 'Oswald' being mentioned but will not feature.

      Talia al Ghul - interlinked with Bruce Wayne and the mob.

      According to the next film, Twoface IS dead, the joker is in arkham asylum but we do not see the joker however the joker will be mentioned several times.

      Previous themes being fear. escalation etc..
      The theme for batman 3 is 'REDEMPTION'

      Warner bros. are keen for a fourth and possibly FINAL film as I have said and they are keen for the joker to return!!! This will pleasantly round off the franchise and would be an exciting and great end for batman.
      They are also keen in including Harley Quinn and the return of The Scarecrow as there could be a break out as arkham and the scarecrow might possibly feature in the fourth.
      Other villains maybe catwoman, the penguin and mad hatter.
      but this cannot be true until the script of batman three has been written.

      Now this is early days and this is what has been going around from Warner bros.
      You can choose to believe it or chose not too, it's up to you but like I said I have inside information about the next film and this is what I have 100% learnt from within the studio. !

      If it's true it's going to be one hell of a batman film!
      The Riddler, Talia Al Ghul, Black Mask and references to the penguin and the joker all but a few.. Bear in mind we will NOT see the penguin or the joker in the third movie.

  24. QUESTION:
    How long do movie release posters stay on display in London?
    So, my Boyf is standing outside a movie release poster in a pic I found of him. It's in Picadilly but at a bus stop. Thing is movie was released in Feb but my Boyf says the pic was taken around July time. If it had been in feb he would've been lying to me about something so just want movie buffs opinions. How long would a movie release poster stay on display? Have you ever seen one on display more than 6 months?

    • ANSWER:
      I remember a poster for Batman & Robin (the one with George Clooney) stayed on display for over a year at a busy downtown Philadelphia bus stop.

      It was this poster: http://gingerparrot.co.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Poison-Ivy-Batman-and-Robin-Uma-Thurman.jpg

  25. QUESTION:
    Where can i watch Code Geass: Boukoku no Akito. And if not, the release date?
    Ive checked everywhere and all i come up with is trailers. But if you go on to myanimelist it says that the first movie "finished airing" and it even said it was released on 16 july 2012. And ive also heard of it also being a series. I have no idea whats going on please help.

    And thanks for answering.

    • ANSWER:
      code geass gaiden: akito the exiled's 1st episode was aired in Japan last Aug 4. It is 4 ova with 50minutes runtime per each episode. the other episodes will release seasonally. i think we will have to wait a few more months before it become available on the net. But try in adult swim or crunchyroll.

  26. QUESTION:
    How often does netflix and lovefilm update their films?
    Lets say a film came out on the 20th of January 2013, when would it be able to be streamed on both:
    A)Netflix
    B)LoveFilm
    Also which one is better in your opinion and give reasons if you want. Ya know, you don't have to but it would be much appreciated!
    Thanks :)

    • ANSWER:
      This cannot be answered as it is different case by case.

      Some film studios refuse to offer their films for streaming at all.
      Some films refuse to offer their films to be streamed on Netflix some refuse to allow LoveFilm to stream their movies. Some studios don't allow either platforms to stream their content and only allow other platforms such as iTunes, Amazon Instant Watch or their own content provider such as HBO.

      So to find out when a new film will make its way to Netflix or Lovefilm one would have to know what studio owns the film and if they have a deal with either provider.

      But for instance take a small film like "Jeff Who Lives at Home" it was released 16 March 2012 and showed up for streaming in Jan. 2013 so that is roughly 10 months. "One For the Money" was released Jan 2012 and showed up Jan. 2013 so that is roughly 12 months. A really small film "Sleepwalk With Me" was released August 2012 and again Jan. 2013 it was being streamed so roughly 8 months.

      So you might say a year for bigger studio films and 8 months to 10 for smaller indie films.

      As to which is better? I cannot say with any true degree of accuracy (due to the fact that Lovefilm is not available in the US) but here is an article comparing the 2. It is from November of 2012 so it should be up to date.

      http://www.techradar.com/us/news/internet/lovefilm-vs-netflix-which-is-best-for-you-1058067

  27. QUESTION:
    When will the next trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man be released?
    I keep hearing it might be around Christmas, and I just saw they released a new poster. Since it comes out in July can you estimate when a new trailer might come out? The Dark Knight's trailer came out in December 07 when it was released in July 08, so do you think it's reasonable that they would release an actual movie trailer this month?

    • ANSWER:
      I'd estimate around Boxing Day, that period of time. They usually amp up the promotional material 6-ish months before the release.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Amazing_Spider-Man_(2012_film)#Marketing

      I couldnt find any other extra info. I just hope they don't stuff up the movie

  28. QUESTION:
    Do you think Batman's villain is meant to be a symbol of Romney?
    Romney was a vulture capitalist who got rich by putting families out of business. Now he won't release his tax returns. The villain in Batman is named Bain which is the same as the company Romney ran.

    Seems capitalists have no feelings and are just greedy for money after all.

    • ANSWER:
      The villain "Bane" was created in January of 1993. He became one of the most popular villains of the comic series on which the new trilogy is based. Hence, he was the villain used for the climax.

      In October of 1983, 9 months later, Romney, who co-founded "Bain" (spelled differently) in 1984, announced he would run for the US Senate. In 2008, Romney ran for President. He lost in the primary. The Batman film series was already in the works and by December of 2008, just a month after the election, the general story for the new movie was already written. Romney was just one of many possible contenders for the 2012 election at that time. Also, they had hoped the movie would come out last year, but the Director Christopher Nolan had committed to Inception, delaying the film until today.

      So when Rush Limbaugh asks "do you think it is a coincidence?" The answer is a resounding YES, you moron!

  29. QUESTION:
    What's up with Netfilix splitting up and losing customers?
    I was just about to join them but i hear customers are fleeing and they're splitting up.

    Is this a bad time to join?

    • ANSWER:
      The CEO is afraid of missing shifts in technology, which is fine, but many think he's gone way too far the other way.

      Netflix is splitting into two. Netflix will remain as the name of the streaming-only service. The DVD service will be split off under the name Kwikster.

      While the future may really be in streaming, here's the problems right now:

      1: The majority of Americans don't have a broadband connection capable of supporting a streamed TV show, let alone, a movie in HD. In fact, a good portion of Americans don't even have broadband at all.

      2: Netflix's streaming library is fairly small compared to their DVD library, and fairly unpredictable. They're in constant battles over rights for shows and movies. Most notably is their deal with Starz, which will expire in February of 2012. Unless this is renewed, which is looking very shaky right now, fans of Netflix's streaming service will lose access to several big studios' titles - including Disney.

      3: As a streaming-only service, Netflix was a tough sell when compared to things like Hulu (free on PCs), Hulu Plus (/mo), HBO-To-Go, and even up and coming services from Comcast/Xfinity, DirecTV, and DishNetwork.

      4: As a DVD-only service, Kwikster faces tough competition from Redbox, whose /disc/night price is awfully tough to beat.

      The old combined Netflix service made sense. It kept the old DVD customers around while the streaming library came up to speed. At some point, yes, this split makes sense, but honestly, this isn't the time - especially in light of the recent 60% price hike in the middle of a recession.

      Furthermore, the CEO's attitude about physical media in general is way off target. DVD is going to be around at least another decade, and while I doubt blu-ray will ever overtake DVD, I don't see it going away any time either.

      It remains to be seen how this 2-sites, 1-company thing is going to work. Right now it sounds like customers who want both Netflix(streaming) and Kwikster(DVDs) will now see 2 separate charges on their credit cards, and will need to manage 2 separate accounts...and 2 separate queues? So does that mean if I wanted to stream a show from Netflix, only to find out it's not available, I'll have to hop over to Kwikster and add it to my queue over there? Talk about inconvenient.

      At the same time, there was mention that Kwikster would be (FINALLY!) adding video games to its library. No information about pricing or what sorts of games are going to be available has been released yet. Honestly, the best move for Kwikster would be to just outright buy Gamefly.

      Realistically this isn't the time to join. There's way too much shakiness right now, and at least for the meantime, there are equally good, if not better, alternatives for DVD-only or Streaming-only services. I'd wait 6 months for this split to occur and for them to shake out the inevitable bugs that are going to arise when they try to split their customer database. Trust me, you don't need the extra headaches.

  30. QUESTION:
    When are movie tickets for premieres usually sold?
    I can't tell you how much I want to see the premiere (not the special, high-end premieres, but you know like midnight showings at a local theater) of Titanic 3D. It's coming out on April 6, 2012, so when will the tickets start being sold?

    (I use Fandango.)

    • ANSWER:
      It varies by movie, but usually not more than a month before the release date. In the case of Titanic 3D, I wouldn't expect tickets to be on sale any earlier than about 2 weeks ahead of time.

      If your local theatre has a mailing list or Facebook page, I would recommend subscribing as a way to keep up on these things.

  31. QUESTION:
    Where can a person buy an armoured personnel carrier for emergency situations?
    Also could an Armoured Truck be converted into a makeshift A.P.C. for civilian use?

    • ANSWER:
      Hey, you're not supposed to let on that I'm releasing the zombies until I do it next month, so that their peak activity hits in 2012.

      Seriously, if the other people's links don't work, look for the guys who keep Hollywood supplied in vehicles. They collect and restore and supply these to the movies.

  32. QUESTION:
    when is the movie 20120 going to end in theaters?
    Well i just want to know when the movie 2012 is just going to stop showing up in theaters?

    (In the USA?)

    • ANSWER:
      In a couple of months...theaters will keep the movie for as long as it makes money or until some newer release forces it out.

  33. QUESTION:
    When is Jurassic Park IV going to hit theatres?
    Is there ever going to be a fourth Jurassic Park film? Is Steven Speilberg going to direct it? I have not heard any news for this film this month, October 2010! When is this movie ever gonna come out! Are there any news this month on the film?

    • ANSWER:
      its in the preliminary stage. many scripts are being discussed. after selecting a script only they will announce it to the public.....anyway the 4th installement will release in 2012 summer

  34. QUESTION:
    Is eclipse going to be the last twilight movie?
    I just started watching twilight, and i really liked it XD.

    • ANSWER:
      No - Summit bought the rights to the final book installment "Breaking Dawn" two years ago and after much heated discussion about whether or not it would be possible to pull of the special effects required to film Breaking Dawn, all cast members were signed on earlier this year to complete the final chapter of the series.

      Filming has already begun and is expecting to go for 7 months - but will be broken down into two parts. It is expected that Breaking Dawn Pt 1 will be released sometime in 2012 with Pt 2 released 6 months later.

  35. QUESTION:
    When does the movie Pitch Perfect come on Netflix?
    I want to see pitch perfect soooo bad! Does anyone know when it comes to Netflix?

    • ANSWER:
      This is a bit complicated but generally for what are considered top earners or popular films it is 9 months to 1 year after the theatrical release date. "Perfect Pitch" was released in September of 2012 so the earliest would be next May. But these numbers are not written in stone it also depends on how well the DVD sells and how well the DVD is rented.

      To start with Universal which owns "Perfect Pitch" release the DVD.

      Then they require that Netflix wait one month before offering the DVD to be rented. This would be at the end of Jan 2013.

      Then they require that Netflix only offer renting for 4 to 6 months before they are allowed to offer it for streaming. It is that 4 to 6 months where things get tricky. If the industry shows a massive slow down in DVD sales and DVD rentals then Netflix will be allowed to offer it for streaming sooner but most likely that won't happen. So an educated guess is May of 2013 for streaming.

  36. QUESTION:
    What day does twilight breaking dawn stop playing in theatres?
    I wanna know what day it wont be in theatres anymore

    • ANSWER:
      Sorry I cannot give you an exact date, but I can use past knowledge to give you an estimate!

      With New Moon, it's last day was about two months after it was released. I do live in a smaller city though, so this may have something to do with it.

      It is such a big movie, some people are saying 3 months, but that would mean it is still in the Cinema when it is released on DVD.

      Breaking Dawn Part One comes out on DVD on February the 11th, 2012, so even if it does get pulled out of the theatre soon, it will be available not long after.

  37. QUESTION:
    when is the third season of code geass coming out?
    when is r3 coming? how many episodes will it have and who will be in it?

    • ANSWER:
      There is no 3rd season of Code Geass. I don't know why people keep calling it R3, but thats incorrect. There are three upcoming Code Geass related animes, two are OVAs and one is a film.

      The one most people are talking about is 'Boukoku no Akito', which is a side story OVA coming out sometime this year. This OVA will have new main characters. It won't be the old cast, though they may appear seeing how it still takes place in the same time frame as the original series did. An episode count has not been released so it could very well be shorter than a typical season (less than twelve episodes), but who knows.

      http://myanimelist.net/anime/8888/

      The next is a spin off called "Nunnally in Wonderland". There isn't too much information about this one right now except for that the first episode will air on July 27.

      http://myanimelist.net/anime/12685/Code_Geass:_Nunnally_in_Wonderland

      And then there is a movie which was announced last month. Again, very little information so far.

      http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-01-12/code-geass/lelouch-of-the-rebellion-gets-film-project

  38. QUESTION:
    Is the Sors No Otoshimono movie subbed yet?
    I've been dying to watch it but I can't seem to find it! It was supposed to come out in June of 2011 and I believe it did, but nobody seems to know where you can watch it subbed. :((((
    Can anybody provide links or information? I really wanna see it!

    • ANSWER:
      It's unlikely to be subbed and posted online until the Japanese DVD/Blu-ray release several months from now (02/24/2012). Until the DVD/Blu-ray release, the fansubbers have no video source to work with.

  39. QUESTION:
    So, what's the recent hold-up on the Halo movie production?
    I checked imdb's website a few months ago, and I'm sure the scheduled release was 2012. I go to check the movie's status today, and now the scheduled year is (????). What's with all the delay? The only reason I could find is that Microsoft doesn't want the movie to give the franchise a bad rep, which is understandable. But I don't see that happening when Peter Jackson is in charge of pretty much everything.

    Has anyone heard any news as to why this movie is delayed again?

    • ANSWER:
      Microsoft shelved it. They say it will be made, but no tell when it will be made.

      Blomkamp declared the project dead in late 2007,[113] but Jackson replied that the film would still be made.[114] Blomkamp and Jackson collaborated on District 9, but the director told /Film that he was no longer considering working on a Halo film if the opportunity arose,[115] saying that after working on the film for five months before the project's collapse it would be difficult to return. The rights for the film have since reverted back to Microsoft.[116] O'Connor has stated that the movie will be made at some point.

      We're going to make a movie when the time is right," he said. "We own the IP. If we want to make a movie, the scale of all the other stuff that we do changes dramatically. We make tens and tens of millions of dollars on ancillary stuff, toys, apparel, music and publishing. If we do a movie all of that will grow exponentially. We have some numbers if we do a movie, but it changes everything. It also changes our target and age demographic."

      So there you have it. Not only is O'Connor certain that a Halo movie is going to happen at some point, but it makes absolute financial sense to do one too. What, you think Microsoft is in this for the fun of it?

      http://movies.ign.com/articles/108/1082457p1.html

      ---
      There is also this, but not sure of the date, dont see a date on it.
      Halo Movie Canceled for Now

      http://www.filmwad.com/halo-movie-canceled-for-now-1182-p.html

  40. QUESTION:
    I heard and saw some photos of the reboot of the reboot for Superman the movie what is going on and where may?
    I get more information I think it was about 6 months ago that I saw the update on yahoo.

    • ANSWER:
      well the cast is as follows

      Kevin Costner -- Pa Kent
      Diane Lane -- Ma Kent
      Henry Cavill -- CK/Superman
      Michael Shannon -- Zod
      Laurence Fishburne -- Perry
      Amy Adama -- Lois
      Russell Crowe -- Jor-El

      I'd imagine searches of them might generate info

      last I saw the film is scheduled for late 2012 release, having been moved up from original plans for Memorial Day 2013

  41. QUESTION:
    Is there really going to be a Titanic 3D movie coming out in 2012?
    If so, I'm pretty excited to see it. But I looked on YouTube for a trailer, and there is none.

    • ANSWER:
      Yes! The film is going to release on the April 6, 2012 in Real D 3D, Digital 3D, and IMAX 3D.

      It is officially declared that they are re-releasing it. So, there is no doubt to it. The film is also going to mark the 100th anniversary to the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic; which is going to happen on the 15th of April next year.

      And just for your information, the film trailers usually come like 2-3 months before the release and I am expecting the Titanic 3D trailer to come in Januaryish.

      Do not worry! Keep patience! The film is re-releasing soon and for sure!

  42. QUESTION:
    How many Episodes does the anime Blue Exorcist have? I also I keep hearing things about a movie...?
    Okay, I am on episode 21 and I am wondering are there only 25 episodes or are they going to make more? And I have seen trailers for the move, does anyone know when it will be released English subbed? Lastly, does any one have any good websites where I can read the manga?

    • ANSWER:
      Yea there are only 25 episodes, boo!! Maybe they will make more episodes considering its popular but there has been no definite answer... i really hope so though c: and there was a movie realesed in december 2012. It usually takes around 6-8 months for english dub to be released so check back on the mivie this summer

  43. QUESTION:
    When does the movie The Last Airbender come out on dvd?
    Please answer, i really want to buy it! I really liked the movie- and if you can please tell me when The Last Airbender 2: Book 2 Earth comes out to thearters! Thank you!!

    • ANSWER:
      Well... the movie didn't even come out a month ago. I would say the DVD would come out around the end of September/early October.

      And the second movie isn't 100% confirmed yet, but if it does happen, filming will take place during 2011 and be released in 2012.

  44. QUESTION:
    Do movies from America go to Canada before they come to England?
    Hi I'm visiting Toronto in a few months and wondered if there will be any movies in theatres that have not yet been released in England? Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      Ha! Ha! That's a question I asked myself but in the opposite direction since I lived on this side of the ocean and went on your side.

      Check on the site http://www.imdb.com for a few movies. Check for the "Release Date" in the "details section. For most of the movies you see a link "SEE MORE...". Click on that. Then you have a list of countries with the release date. You see it's not always the same.

      Generally, american movies are in Canada the same day.

      BEFORE, I would say in US/Canada it was a little before for here than in UK.

      NOW: If it's a movie that costed a lot to make and expect to be a bluckbusters, it's the same date or very close.

      Let's compare a few movies:

      BEFORE:
      Ocean's Eleven: Canada: 7 December 2001 vs UK: 15 February 2002
      Titanic: Canada: 19 December 1997 vs UK: 23 January 1998

      NOW:
      Mr. & Mrs. Smith: Canada: 10 June 2005 vs UK: 10 June 2005 (idem!)
      Transformers: Dark of the Moon: Canada: 29 June 2011 vs UK 29 June 2011 (idem!)
      Larry Crowne: Canada: 1 July 2011 vs UK: 1 July 2011 (idem!)
      Flight with Denzel Washington: Canada:2 November 2012 and UK:1 February 2013

      So see, it's the same or sometimes before.
      I suggest you to check IMDB for a few movies. :-)

  45. QUESTION:
    Is there any live action movie for Ouran Highschool Host Club?
    They said it will be released on March 2012, and today it is April 2012 but still i couldn't find and movie, If there is a movie, PLEASE SEND THE LINK TO WATCH IT, thankyou sososo much :) :*

    • ANSWER:
      The movie was released in Japanese theaters only last month. Nobody's going to fansub it until a DVD version is released, months from now.

  46. QUESTION:
    Any movies you're looking forward on to come out in 2012?
    Mine (In order of which they're occurring):
    1. Hunger Games in March (also my birthday month)
    2. Titanic in April!!! If you didn't year, they're
    releasing it back in theaters for the 100th
    anniversary of the sinking.
    3. Breaking Dawn Part 2, but
    I'm not sure what month it'll
    be.

    How about you?

    • ANSWER:
      THE HUNGER GAMES!!!! :)

  47. QUESTION:
    is the mahou shoujo madoka magica movie out yet?
    so i heard that there was a trilogy of movies being produced for mahou shoujo madoka magica and was wondering if the first one was out yet. if it is out, has it been english-subbed yet? and where can i watch it?

    • ANSWER:
      No, the first movie isn't out, and no release date other than "2012" has been announced yet.

      EDIT: Almost right after I answered this question, it was announced that the first Madoka Magica movie is aimed for a fall premier, so I thought I should update my answer: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-03-16/1st-madoka-magica-film-aimed-for-fall

      Of course, this doesn't mean that WE will get to see it in the fall. 99% of the time, theatrical anime movies don't show up subbed online until after the Japanese DVD/Blu-ray release, which is usually 6-9 months after the movie premiers in Japanese theaters. There's no video source for the fansubbers to use until then. Rarely, very rarely, a fansub group will get hold of a low-quality camrip and sub that long before the official home video release, but that's so uncommon that there's really no reason to expect that to happen.

  48. QUESTION:
    Which movie will be the highest grossing movie of 2012 ?
    IMO The dark knight rises will be the highest i think it will cross 1 billion mark

    What u think of these ??
    1. The amazing spiderman
    2. The avengers
    3. The hobbit
    4. The dark knight rises

    • ANSWER:
      "The Dark Knight Rises" will probably hit it big and has a very high chance of joining the billion dollar club. "The Hobbit" will come in at second, but it also has the high chance of becoming the highest grossing film of 2012 considering the film will aim the theaters in December 14, and it will easily collect the money in January 2013 due to the fact that January is the month where the weakest movies are released. "The Avengers" at third and "The Amazing Spiderman" at fourth....

      1. The Dark Knight Rises - Billion - .2 Billion
      2. the Hobbit - 0 Million - Billion
      3. The Avengers - 0 Million
      4. The Amazing Spiderman - $ 600 Million

  49. QUESTION:
    Is the world going to end on 21st Decemeber 2012?
    It is really scaring me this whole the world is going to end thing!

    • ANSWER:
      No, there is not a shred of evidence for any of the things people say, no truth at all. It is all just stories, and shows how easily human beings can fall for impressive sounding stories.

      The Mayans didn't make any astronomical predictions for this date, also they have dates in their calender way in our future so couldn't have thought of it as the end of the world either.

      The so-called astronomy makes no sense to an astronomer. For instance, yes there is an alignment of the sun with the centre of the galaxy - approximately - but it happens every year at this time. The sun isn't passing through the galactic plane right now - it did that 3 million years ago and is due to do it next about 30 or 40 million years from now.

      There are no planetary alignments at all. There is absolutely no evidence of a mysterious extra planet invading our solar system and any of the hundreds of thousands of amateur astronomers would have easily spotted something like that just by the way it would change the orbits of other planets.

      Amateur astronomers are out on every clear starry night around the world, with powerful telescopes - with CCD imaging they are highly sensitive some of them - as powerful as many of the professional telescopes of a couple of decades or so ago. They would immediately notice if any of the planets shifted even slightly from their predicted positions.

      If there was a new planet, the effects would be noticed years ago most likely, certainly months ago and by now it would be a huge bright light in the sky, as bright as or brighter than the other planets, and the other planetary orbits would be shifted and the planets would no longer be where the astronomers expect them to be. That is simply not happening.

      The stories only work for readers with no or minimal background understanding of astronomy and science

      For that matter - why pay any attention to their calender anyway? It is only relevant if you believe in the start date of their calender - which is the date that the Mayans believe that their gods created the world, on 11th August 3114 BC.

      Most of this scare dates back to the 2012 movie (released in 2009) which is about as believable as an Indian Jones movie. The marketing department for that film created fictional sites and started a whole viral campaign about the end of the world in 2012. Presumably they didn't really expect it to be taken seriously (at least I hope so!) - a similar campaign was used to promote Independence Day. The website they created for the campaign, where you could apply for a lottery ticket supposedly for a chance to survive the apocalypse has been taken down now and just redirects to the movie publicity site, thank goodness.

      However sadly, their viral campaign was up for long enough to create panic, and many people took it very seriously rather than just entertainment, and got really worried by this movie, with some worried children writing to Nasa saying they were contemplating suicide. That's when Nasa realised how serious it was getting and put up their debunking website about it..

      Here is a nice quote from Dara O-Brien (a UK comedian with a degree in science and an entertainingly pithy way of saying things) about the neutrino mutating part of the story in the movie, which is the key "science" explaining the catastrophe in the actual movie itself:

      "
      The concept being that "entire cities tilt and fall into lava" while the only explanation on offer is the single line "the neutrinos have mutated". The science of this, Ó Briain points out, being equivalent to saying that "the electrons are angry" or "the light from the sun has gone off."

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_(film)

      There are other things that could potentially be disastrous, but the Mayans couldn't predict them any more than we can, and they are so low probability that it is highly likely that it will be several million years before they happen, though it is pretty sure that something or other civilization threatening will happen some time in the next few hundred million years or so, and let's hope that by then we are able to do something about it. Certainly a few billion years from now we would be in deep trouble if we - or rather whatever we or our relatives evolve into - are still around on the Earth as the oceans will boil as the sun gets hotter.

      So - there is something in it - astronomically - such things can happen. Just extremely unlikely to happen in the near future. There is enough of a possibility so that it is worth mapping all the NEOs (Near Earth Objects) to see if any are on course to impact Earth.

      But - this Dec 21 2012 - it is just a story, all made up stuff, not even a shred of evidence for any of it. Like the game of Telephone or Chinese Whispers, more and more details get added as it gets repeated.

      More about it in my longer answer here on quora:

      http://qr.ae/12e6o

  50. QUESTION:
    Is there an estimated time as to when the Ao no Exorcist movie will come out?
    I heard it's coming out in 2012, but is there a more specific date, like a month or something?
    Okay, so will the DVD/Blu-ray have subtitles?
    Okay, I really only need subtitles since I do not know Japanese. I hope it'll be fansubbed soon after, though. Thanks! :)

    • ANSWER:
      As far as I know, even the month of release hasn't been announced yet. There's really no info out there yet, other than the fact that a movie is being made. And of course even after it does premier in Japanese theaters, it'll be 6+ months before it's available to watch for anyone who can't see it in Japan. It won't end up online until the Japanese DVD/Blu-ray release, so it's possible that those outside of Japan might be waiting until sometime in 2013 to see it.

      ADD: That's pretty unlikely. Very few anime DVDs from Japan have English subtitles. I can't say "no, it definitely won't" since there is absolutely no information available regarding the DVD/Blu-ray release of this movie at this point, and who knows, they might surprise us and decide to subtitle it, but the chances are honestly really, really, really low. It will almost certainly be fansubbed and available online within a few weeks of the DVD/Blu-ray release, though.


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