Some of the talented boys from Libera with their beautiful angelic harmony, out on the street singing and performing their hit song titled "Libera", with Daren Geraghty singing the lead out in the front.
This is FedEx's (Federal Express package shipping company) answer to Geico's successful use of a caveman to sell their product by using some cavemen of their own to advertise themselves. Very nicely done and very funny.
Funny ad showing the caveman giving a news interview explaining how the Geico slogan, "So easy a caveman can do it." offends him. :-))) Caveman: "First of all, I'm not 100 percent in love with your tone right now." Later Connie states: "Sounds like someone woke up at the wrong side of the rock". lol
Another funny advertisement showing yet another caveman talking to a therapist that (being a caveman) the Geico insurance slogan "So easy even a caveman can do it." offends him. The caveman states, "What if the ad read - So easy a therapist can do it." lol
Geico insurance company has quite a few funny and amusing commercials out on television with the slogan "So easy a caveman can do it.", with a caveman in modern times taking offense to that. I had to laugh everytime this tv ad came on. lol
Many of you have seen the epic movie "300" along with the movie trailers for it, but you'll laugh at this humorous "PG" version of the second trailer. "Tonight we dine in HECK!" "Our BEES will block out the sun"..."Then we will HUG in the shade!" "BRUSH YOUR TEEEEEETH!" lmao!!!
This is another version of the movie trailer for the action packed hit movie, "300". This movie is based on the famous historic battle of Thermopylae of the brave 300 Spartans who made a heroic stand against the Persian barbarian invaders in 480 BC. I just seen this movie at the theater again last night. Great movie! Can't wait to get it on widescreen format DVD.
This is an action packed movie based on the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC Greece, where 300 brave Spartans under king Leonidas (played by Gerard Butler) fought to the last man to fend off the thousands of invading Persian barbarian hordes. It is an exciting remake of the original movie titled, "The 300 Spartans" starring Richard Egan as King Leonidas. Both the original and remake are well worth seeing.
This is the theatrical full length trailer for the remake movie of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe". The release date was on December 9th, 2005. It's 132 minutes long, and was nominated for 3 Academy Wards, "Visual effects", "sound" and for "makeup", which it won the "makeup" one. I thought the visual effects were awesome. It is one of Disney's biggest hit movie ever. It cost 180 million to make. It made Worldwide: $744,783,957 Domestic (America): $291,710,957 39.2% + Foreign: $453,073,000 60.8% Director: Andrew Adamson, and distributed by Buena Vista. It's a great fantasy family entertainment movie and lots of fun to watch! Available on DVD with added features.
An interview of the four main cast members in London on their hit remake movie of "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe", the classic story by author C.S. Lewis. It starred: William Moseley .... Peter Pevensie Skandar Keynes .... Edmund Pevensie Anna Popplewell .... Susan Pevensie Georgie Henley .... Lucy Pevensie Trivia note: The one that played the older Lucy was actually Georgie Henley's older sister. Interesting! Also in the cast were: Tilda Swinton .... White Witch (I thought Tilda was quite superb as Janus, the White Witch.) James McAvoy .... Mr. Tumnus, the Faun Jim Broadbent .... Professor Kirke Kiran Shah .... Ginarrbrik James Cosmo .... Father Christmas Judy McIntosh .... Mrs. Pevensie Elizabeth Hawthorne .... Mrs. MacReady Patrick Kake .... Oreius Rachael Henley .... Older Lucy Mark Wells .... Older Edmund Noah Huntley .... Older Peter Sophie Winkleman .... Older Susan Liam Neeson .... Aslan (voice) Ray Winstone .... Mr. Beaver (voice) Dawn French .... Mrs. Beaver (voice) Rupert Everett .... Fox (voice) Cameron Rhodes .... Gryphon (voice) Philip Steuer .... Philip the Horse (voice) Jim May .... Vardan (voice) Sim Evan-Jones .... Wolf (voice) Douglas Gresham .... Radio Announcer (voice) rest of cast listed alphabetically: Michael Madsen .... Maugrim (uncredited) It cost 180 million to make. It made Worldwide: $744,783,957 Domestic (America): $291,710,957 39.2% + Foreign: $453,073,000 60.8%
A witch version of "Mary Poppins" called Nanny McPhee comes to the Brown family in their time of need. Many of you may already have seen this movie. But in case you haven't yet,you may like to check it out. it's an entertaining family oriented movie.
Famous illusionist/magician Criss Angel, also known as "Mind Freak", performs the coffin stunt in tribute to the 79th anniversary of the legendary escape artist Harry Houdini's death on Halloween eve. Performed in a field on Long Island New York, Criss is handcuffed inside a wooden crate coffin, and has a mere 15 seconds to escape along the conveyor belt before being literally chopped alive in the Premiere model 1800 giant wood chipper. The controls to the converyor belt are locked, but he doesn't escape in time, and gets chopped alive with spectators look on in horror.