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  • asiame1
    12.06.2021 - 1 day ago

    Cameron Diaz reappeared in public after being a mother and showed her daughter for the first time

    Cameron Diaz He enjoyed a family outing and showed himself for the first time with… - Read more here https://mindlifetv.com/actors/cameron-diaz-reappeared-in-public-after-being-a-mother-and-showed-her-daughter-for-the-first-time/

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  • rogerdeakinsdp
    12.06.2021 - 2 days ago

    Cameron Diaz by Jonathan Exley for People Magazine, July 1994

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    12.06.2021 - 2 days ago
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  • cinealeatoriedades
    12.06.2021 - 2 days ago

    Fotos de teste tiradas pela diretora de elenco Mali Flinn (1938-2007) para filmes nos anos 80 e 90.

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  • baddestbitchesglobal
    12.06.2021 - 2 days ago

    Cameron Diaz

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  • rogerdeakinsdp
    10.06.2021 - 4 days ago

    Cameron Diaz by Jonathan Exley for People Magazine, July 1994

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  • nickjgoodsell
    10.06.2021 - 4 days ago

    My Fancast/Dreamcast: The "Check, Please!" Duology by Ngozi Ukazu

    My Fancast/Dreamcast: The “Check, Please!” Duology by Ngozi Ukazu

    Image courtesy of amazon.com Hello readers! Welcome back to another one of my fancasting posts that seem to be my most popular content on here, which is more than okay with me considering it’s something I really enjoy doing for myself as well as for those who keep returning to this little passion project of mine that is having a book blog running for over two years now. Recently, I’ve had…

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  • kabrainy
    09.06.2021 - 5 days ago

    Shrek Forever After (2010)

    It's ain't ogre... til it's ogre

    “Are my kids cute or do they make people uncomfortable?”

    This movie is better than I remember, but not by much. It has more importance to the series than I initially thought. I used to think the ending sucked, but now I realise it was all for Shrek’s character arc, which is refreshing when comparing it to Shrek the Third. 

    As a conclusion, this film is strong. Shrek’s final realisation of loving what he’s gained over these movies and understanding that it won’t be the same. He was overwhelmed by the changes but has now learned that it’s okay. While this message is fantastic, the movie could’ve done more with this, but didn’t. It’s clear at the beginning and end, but wasn’t utilised a lot throughout the middle. The main romance with Shrek and Fiona has returned, it was evidently watered down compared to 1 and 2 but worked well for their arc. Shrek’s, almost incredibly dark, exclamation that he’s happy he could fall in love all over again with her was emotional.

    The first act is strongest, seeing Shrek and his family was good exposition and subsequent inciting incident. Moving into the alternate universe and witnessing Shrek meet everyone again made for cool contrasts. But the third act and climax was weak, the pacing was too fast, with Pied Piper missing in the climax entirely.

    There are a distracting amount of plot holes in this film. This alternate universe stuff doesn’t work since there’s so much not accounted for. E.g. Where’s Farquaad? He would’ve saved Fiona, right? And why did Rumpel have the Dragon? And why didn’t Rumpel kill Fiona so that Shrek wouldn’t have a chance?

    Despite these plot holes, I think Rumpelstiltskin works as a villain here. He feels like a natural involvement with his contracts and trickery. He isn’t as strong as Farquaad or Fairy Godmother but he does feel relevant and necessary. While on the subject of previous installments, this movie clearly wanted to forget Shrek the Third. The credits, that run through the entire storyline of Shrek, completely omits Arthur and Merlin. They only show Harold’s death and the Ogre babies. Don’t blame them, Shrek 3 is really bad.

    Shrek 3 and 4 feel very different tonally. The humour is more spaced out in the film and rarely blended with the drama of it all. There’s less pop culture references and fairytale references in the later two as well, almost forgetting the franchise’s roots. The humour was okay here but just lacked the layers adn wordplay, it was all in your face and came from stale dialogue mostly. Puss in Boots eating Gingy was pretty funny though. While Shrek the Third felt like Illumination bullshit, this installment felt like a generic animated movie for the most part, like typical dreamworks around this time. 

    The animation was beautiful here, the contrast between the original and alternate universe is clear in its design. The character design changes look nice too, they’re both familiar but realistically different. The clothes and hair in this series has looked great throughout, especially for 2000s.

    The good music returned, both in the score and soundtrack. But it did feel watered down in comparison, especially if you compare the action scenes they’re used in.

    Overall, this movie is a good conclusion. It lacks the special and revolutionary impact the first 2 movies had, although it does keep many of their core elements such as the immersive romance, fun characters, good music, and life lessons, and let’s not forget the beautiful animation.

    K - 6/10        B - 5/10

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  • nostalgicguts
    09.06.2021 - 5 days ago

    The Sweetest Thing (2002)

    #the sweetest thing #this movie is everything #it’s on Netflix now! #cameron diaz#christina applegate#media
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  • itschandigarhcitynews
    09.06.2021 - 5 days ago

    How Jessica Alba & Cameron Diaz inspired Payal Ghosh

    How Jessica Alba & Cameron Diaz inspired Payal Ghosh

    How Jessica Alba & Cameron Diaz inspired Payal Ghosh Payal Ghosh is honing a lot of skills for her upcoming role in the film New York To Haridwar , it seems. After recently saying that she was taking lessons in pole dancing for the film, she now claims she is trying a hand at taekwondo for the role. If she claimed she watched Jennifer Lopez in “Hustlers” to fine-tune her pole dancing skills, she…

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  • paranoidbean
    08.06.2021 - 5 days ago

    Lighthouse Your Tongue And Shipwreck // Chapter Two

    Summary:

    Christopher looks up from his drawing over at Eddie. “Can Mom come with us when we go?”

    Buck furrows his brow, looking between the two of them again. “Mom?”

    Eddie nods at him. “My wife, Shannon.”

    And just like that, the small dream Buck had cooked up in his head slowly starts to crumble. All of the other thoughts in his head come to a screeching halt.

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  • rogerdeakinsdp
    08.06.2021 - 6 days ago

    Cameron Diaz as Tina Carlyle in THE MASK (1994) dir. Charles Russell

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  • ava-mee
    08.06.2021 - 6 days ago

    Okay I have a bone to pick with whoever is animating the new shrek.

    What the actual f is this

    My boy looks like the goddamn raccoon from over the hedge. Now I know this movie was not made for me. I am way out of the target demographic for this film. But I hold the original movies very near and dear to my heart. The first shrek premiered on the day I was born for Christ’s sake. I just wanna know what was wrong with the original design. I’m not saying we should bully the animators like we did with sonic... but I also would not be opposed to that.

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  • kabrainy
    08.06.2021 - 6 days ago

    Shrek the Third (2007)

    Who's ready for Thirds?

    “Not here, kitten whiskers. Daddy will discuss it later.”

    Oh man, this was bad. Unlike, the previous two Shrek films, this right here is far from unique and doesn’t even feel like a natural progression for the franchise in both story and humour.

    The jokes miss way more than it hits. There was a noticeable lack of references in this film. These were a staple in the previous shrek films and help to highlight the themes of those movies. Because of the unspecial humour here, it borders Illumination territory, the most cookie cutter bland type of animated movies. Donkey felt out of character, he barely spoke and was scared of magic for some reason even though he liked it in Shrek 2. Donkey and Puss’ involvement was absolutely pointless, the body swap sequence was so unfunny and barely even used, not to mention it has no importance in the story whatsoever. The characters don’t seem to care about them being swapped and neither does the audience.

    As for the plot, it is incredibly inconsequential. From memory, I think the ogre babies are the only aspect that carry importance from this point on in the series. This movie would’ve been much better without Arthur and if the film was entirely focused on Shrek’s struggle with parenthood and royalty. Him becoming the King would’ve made for a better plot. Arthur is just shit but Merlin is okay as comic relief. 

    The romance of Shrek and Fiona was almost completely omitted here., which was one of my favourite aspects of the first two movies. They had no conflict as Fiona wasn’t aware of Shrek’s fear of parenthood, so this arc is absolutely worthless. Instead of having a focused arc in the film, it decides instead to rehash the message from the first movie but in a more generalised way. Arthur basically explains the message of the first movie to the villains of the film... and then the movie just ends. There was no clear focus on these villains so why try and force in some development for them. Prince Charming as the main antagonist doesn’t work, he is better utilised as one half of the villain duo in Shrek 2.

    As I previously mentioned, the film just kinda ends. There are two main focuses here and only one of them get a proper conclusion. Shrek becomes a dad. And that’s it, you don’t even get to see any of it. Arthur, I guess, becomes king but we don’t know for sure what happened. 

    This movie seems to have a ton of confused writing with the inconsistencies and plot holes. Why can’t Fiona’s mum just lead Far Far Away? She’s the queen, surely you don’t need to find a whole new random dude to rule. The time span between Shrek 2 and 3 is so unclear. How long have they been at the kingdom for? When did Fiona get pregnant? How long until ogre babies are born?? It was so much simpler from 1 to 2. 

    This movie just feels like filler. The music is worse. The humour and plot is worse. It’s not clever and completely misses the tone of Shrek. Every purpose of the franchise won’t be found here, and it’s barely even entertaining. One positive is the animation, it does look better, but they re-use the location of Far Far Away so there’s not much eye candy around.

    I remember Shrek 4 being worse, but I really don’t think that will be the case.

    K - 4/10      B - 3/10

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  • moreculturelesspop
    07.06.2021 - 6 days ago

    Cameron Diaz wearing Chanel Haute Couture at the 2003 Golden Globes

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  • differentcookieturtlerascal
    07.06.2021 - 1 week ago
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    07.06.2021 - 1 week ago
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