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Thursday, 28 May 2009


Have you ever been to the cinema and felt angry because people can't control themselves?

If you go to the cinema, it is important to know the basic rules of behavior:

1. Don't cut lines. If you don't like waiting...plan to arrive early;
2. Respect other people's space. Nobody needs to smell your feet;
3. Don't block the view. You aren't invisible;
4. Don't use your mobile. You won't die if you leave it alone for just 2 hours;
5. Don't eat large meals because people might not want to smell your food;
6. Don't throw things at people, mainly food, there are hungry kids in need of food;
7. Dont talk to the actors. They can't hear you anyway;
8. Don't scare people. Not all cinemas have paramedics;
9.Don't scream, clap or spoil the film. Too much noise is annoying and you wouldn't like to have a shoe thrown at you;
And remember ...the cinema is not the place for excessive signs of affection!

Tell us ...what annoys you the most when you go to the cinema?

Posted by Young Express 6 - ASA SUL
Teacher: Giselle

Sunday, 24 May 2009

Movie Review Express



How to write a Movie Review

1- Watch the film. (P.S : It's a good idea to take notes.)
2-Make sure you have an opinion and organize your ideas.
3-Remember to search about the cast, the soundtrack, the setting, the director...
4-Identify your audience (who you are writing for).
5-Start writing. Use lots of adjectives.
6-Include your opinion about the whole film.
7-Remember not to tell the end of the movie.
8-Make sure you have included the major points of the film.
9-Recomend the film or not.
10-Now you're ready to publish your review.
11-If you want, you can write your review here.

By: Thiago Victorino, Giovana Assis, Rebekka Kim, Laís Rosal,Flávia Yumy
Plus 3 - ASA SUL
Teacher - Giselle Santos

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Favorite movies!

Iron Man

The Iron Man movie brings to life the famous hero from Marvel comic books.
This super-hero is a different kind. He doesn't really have any kind of special power except his above avarage intelligence. And he is not full of virtues like the other super-hero. For instance, his identity is known and he doesn't save the whole city all the time.
The special effects are breathtaking, there is a regarded cast and a hit from Black Sabbath as a soundtrack.
It's definetely worth watching!

Posted by Amanda, Bruna, Felícia, Daniel, Isabel, Andréia and Helena
Plus 5 - Brasília 704
Tecaher: Gustavo

Favorite movies 2!

Pirates of the Caribbean

The cast is good, starred by Johny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley. The plot is an action trilogy which makes you watch it again and again, with amazing special effects and a really nice soudtrack. There's comedy, drama and romance thata are always followed by some exciting parts.

What about YOU, what's YOUR favorite movie? Post your comments here!!

Posted by Gabriel, Bárbara, José Henrique, Guilherme, Matheus, Daniela e Rommel.
Plus 5 - Brasília 704
Tecaher: Gustavo

Monday, 18 May 2009



Set in post-apocalyptic 2018, John Connor is the man fated to lead the human resistance against Skynet and its army of Terminators. But the future Connor was raised to believe in is altered in part by the appearance of Marcus Wright, a stranger whose last memory is of being on death row. John Connor must decide whether Marcus has been sent from the future, or rescued from the past. As Skynet prepares its final onslaught, Connor and Marcus both embark on an odyssey that takes them into the heart of Skynet’s operations, where they uncover the terrible secret behind the possible annihilation of mankind.


Christian Bale ... John Connor

Sam Worthington ... Marcus Wright

Moon Bloodgood ... Blair Williams

Helena Bonham Carter ... Dr. Serena Kogan

Anton Yelchin ... Kyle Reese

Bryce Dallas Howard ... Kate Connor
RELEASE DATE: 21.5.2009 (U.S.A.)

"I'll Be Back"


Posted by Master 1

704 norte

Teacher: Karenina

Tuesday, 12 May 2009


sound•track (-trak′)
1. the area along one side of a film, carrying its recorded sound portion
a. the sound portion of a film
b. a recording of this, esp. of the music, on disc, tape, etc.
Also written sound track

But we know that the soundtrack of a movie is much more than that. It is the soundtrack that will help us fall into tears, make our hearts pound or even put our arms around our date. How many of us have elected a song from a movie the soundtrack of our lives?
So... how good is your ear? Can you remember these soundtracks?

and these ones? They are all Disney songs...


Posted by Giselle Santos

Wednesday, 6 May 2009



This week Brasilia is all about Europe. People who live in the capital of the country will be able to experience a little bit of Europe without all the hassle that travelling involves. Among a multitude of cultural events in SEMANA DA EUROPA, there will be a Film Festival that will portray films from many countries and languages. One of the films is Calendar Girls.(rated pg 12)
Based on a true story, eleven middle-aged English women pose nude for their annual Women's Institute calendar as a fund-raiser for the local hospital. Chris (Helen Mirren) gets the idea to raise money for the hospital after Annie's (Julie Walters) husband dies of leukemia. The calendar is a little different in that each woman is posing behind a different task that the Women's Institute teaches their members, such as making bread rolls, knitting, planting flowers, and playing the piano. Before they know it, the calendar is a big hit in England with tremendous sales. Eventually, they are flown to American to be interviewed by Jay Leno. The calendar has made almost a million dollars for the local hospital.
Feel like watching it? If you live in Brasilia, invite your buddies and tell them that they won´t have to touch their wallet for great entertainment and catch a movie at the National Museum…but if you can´t make it to the festival, it is definitely worth renting. Grab your popcorn and have a good film!

Posted by Giselle Santos
Source: The internet movie data base

Monday, 4 May 2009

Waltz with Bashir

The title of the movie refers to a scene in which a soldier goes berserk, firing his good ol' rifle whilst dancing right in the middle of a shoot-out. That scene pretty much synthesizes the feel of the movie; the subject matter is grim but the approach, idyllic. And it does start off with a dream.

Two friends are in a bar. One is telling the other about a recurring dream in which 26 savage dogs try to hunt him down. They were the exact same 26 dogs the man had killed during the 1982 Lebanon war, in which the two comrades had fought together. Ari listens to his friend and realizes he has erased much of the time they were at war from his memory. He keeps having this one specific vision, but he cannot remember anything from it.

He is determined to find out what had happened that night he sees in his vision, and calls upon his veteran friends all around the world. Each one has a story to tell of the terrible war.

This is a brilliantly animated film with documentary value. It mixes reality with surreality as the characters deal with atrocious memories of the past melting into hallucinations and dreams. Although the movie speaks of the horrors of war and the tricks the mind plays on us, it is not a film of graphic violence, except for a few scenes. The fact it is an animation also takes away some of the brutality one expects when watching a war movie. However, the feeling I got after watching this was that much of the wrong involved in a war goes without saying here - you can sense it, but you don't see much of it. And it damn hurts. But this is just the story of a man in search of facts.

Little is known to people of my generation and geographic location about this 1982 Lebanon war. I read it up on wikipedia, and I advise you to do the same. This one war started with an attempt to murder an Israeli ambassador, which lead to the invasion of Southern Lebanon by the Israel Defense Forces in June 1982. We all know Arab/Jewish conflict did not start here, but as you start digging further into this hurtful history, it becomes hard to understand why such and such happened and what lead to what. It is so effing sad.

Anyway, this movie was nominated for a gazillion awards, and got quite a few too. It got raving reviews and an 8.1 out of 10 at IMDb and 96% at Rotten Tomatoes. It is a shame this kind of movie is not mainstream. If you want to see it in Brasília, it's on at 9:30 pm at Deck Norte III, in Lago Norte. Such a shame. Should be on everywhere.

Oh, and you have to be eighteen or over.