Dec 28, 2009

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A Day at Pixar

Pixar Animation Studios is based in Emeryville and if you are into animated movies you will be interested in knowing where they are made. A number of popular animated films like The Incredibles, Cars, Wall-E and Ratatouille were made here. Inside, you will find everything you will ever need like a café, fitness center, a THX theater, etc. As you enter you will see an impressive, large atrium. The employees can use the soccer fields, gardens and even the outdoor amphitheater for entertainment.
Foosball and pool tables, and videogames can be found inside which can be a source of indoor entertainment. The setting is fun and relaxing which is probably necessary to get the employees’ creative juices flowing. The fully stocked refrigerator and kitchen will make sure that you never go hungry. The Wall-E in the garden is a popular spot and you will find a lot of visitors clicking pictures around it.















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Dec 22, 2009

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Zombie Parade

Probably, most of people have a fear of zombies, and i don’t blame them! These monsters looks creepy! Well, it’s all started with a small group of people, who are so bored, that they had to go out dressed like zombies, and then make a parade. Kids were screaming, woman were crying, men were protecting their family from that creepy creatures. And that marched dressed like that, not for a while, and than, they suddenly stopped, because, no one didn’t care any more. So, if you are not was there, we will show you some pictures how it really was. I hope that you want puke after that, and if you will, sorry. So, take a look.








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Dec 17, 2009

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Top 10 Zombie Movies

For some people Zombie Movies are just creepy, for some, these are awesome. I am somewhere in the middle. But i hope that you are in a group of fans, and that you are going to like this one. Also, let me know if you like to. So, check it out

10. Fido

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Fido Wallpaper

The film takes place in a 1950s-esque alternate universe where radiation from space has turned the dead into zombies. This radiation still plagues humanity, as all those who die after the original contamination turn into the undead. In order to continue living normal lives, communities are fenced with the help of a governing corporation named Zomcon. Zomcon provides collars with accompanying remote controls to control the zombies’ hunger for flesh so as to use them as slaves or servants.
In the town of Willard, whose name is a reference to the town in the original 1968 Night of the Living Dead, housewife Helen Robinson buys a zombie in spite of her husband Bill’s zombie phobia. Their son, Timmy, befriends the zombie, naming him “Fido”. One day Fido’s collar malfunctions and he kills their next door neighbor, who turns into a zombie. Timmy “kills” the zombified neighbor.

9.  Planet terror

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Planet Terror Wallpaper

In a rural town in Texas, go-go dancer ‘Cherry Darling’ (Rose McGowan) decides to quit her low-paying job and find another use for her numerous ‘useless’ talents. She runs into her mysterious ex-boyfriend ‘El Wray’ (Freddy Rodriguez) at the Bone Shack, a BBQ restaurant owned by JT Hague (Jeff Fahey) and his sheriff brother (Michael Biehn). Meanwhile, a group of military officials at a nearby US military base, led by the demented Lt. Muldoon (Bruce Willis), are making a business transaction with a scientist named Abby (Naveen Andrews) for mass quantities of a deadly biochemical agent known as DC2 (codename “Project Terror”). When Muldoon learns that Abby has an extra supply on hand, he attempts to take Abby hostage, and Abby intentionally releases the gas into the air. The gas reaches the town and turns most of its residents into deformed bloodthirsty psychopaths, mockingly referred to as “sickos” by the surviving humans. The infected townspeople are treated by the sinister Dr. William Block (Josh Brolin) and his possibly abused, unfaithful bi anesthesiologist wife Dakota (Marley Shelton) at a local hospital.

8. Night of the living dead 1968

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Night of Living Dead Wallpaper

Siblings Barbra (Judith O’Dea) and Johnny (Russell Streiner) drive to a rural Pennsylvania cemetery to place a cross with flowers on their father’s grave. Johnny teases his sister, who is afraid of cemeteries, taunting, “They’re coming to get you, Barbra!” A hideous looking zombie (S. William Hinzman) suddenly grabs Barbra and Johnny rushes to save her. A gruesome fight is the result, but Johnny is killed when he falls and  his head into a tombstone. Barbra flees into the car, but the zombie chases her. Barbra attempts to flee in the car as the zombie attempts to break in, but she doesn’t have the key. She releases the emergency brake, and the car rolls away from the zombie. Barbra soon crashes into a tree, still chased by the zombie. She abandons the car and escapes into a nearby farmhouse to hide, still chased by the zombie. She soon finds, however, that others like the man are outside. While exploring the empty house, Barbra discovers a hideously mutilated corpse at the top of the stairs.8.night of the living dead 1968

7. Dawn of the dead 1978

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Dawn of the dead 1978 Wallpaper

Following the scenario set up in Night of the Living Dead, the film depicts the United States of America (and possibly the entire world) struck by a plague which reanimates recently deceased human beings whose new primary goal is to feast on the flesh of the living. The cause of this plague remains adamantly unexplained. Despite desperate efforts by the US Government and local civil authorities to control the situation, society has effectively collapsed and the remaining survivors seek refuge. Although several scenes show rural citizens and military fighting the zombies effectively, cities, with their high populations and close quarters, are essentially deathtraps. The chaos is eventually implied to have spread throughout the country, evident by infrequent television and radio broadcasts.

6. Braindead

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Braindead Wallpaper

The first scene of the movie sets up the danger of the Sumatran Rat-Monkey, a hybrid that (according to legend) resulted from the r*** of tree monkeys on Skull Island by plague rats: Stewart (Bill Ralston), an explorer returning from the depths of the island with a rat-monkey in a cage, is stopped by his native guides. Seeing the mark of the monkey’s bite on his right hand, they immediately hold down the infected explorer and amputate the appendage. A bite mark is then seen on his left arm, which swiftly results in the removal of that limb. Finally, they see a set of bloody scratches on Stewart’s forehead and kill him. The title screen follows the man’s dying scream, and as the opening credits roll the captured rat-monkey is shipped to Wellington Zoo in New Zealand.

5. Dawn of the dead

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Down of the Dead Wallpaper

Ana (Polley), a nurse, finishes a long shift at her Milwaukee hospital, then returns to her peaceful suburban home and waiting husband Luis. The two jump in the shower and miss emergency television broadcasts about a mysterious epidemic. The next morning their neighbor’s zombified daughter enters their bedroom and kills Luis, who immediately reanimates as a zombie and attacks Ana, who barely escapes. Ana flees in her car, but crashes into a tree after a bus driver attempts to hijack her car. Accompanying the opening credits is a bleak news-video montage depicting swarms of zombies overwhelming human civilization.
Upon waking, Ana meets Kenneth Hall (Rhames), a police sergeant. They and three others–jack-of-all-trades Michael (Weber), petty criminal Andre (Phifer) and his pregnant Russian wife Luda (Korobkina)–break into the nearby Crossroads Shopping Mall. Inside, a zombified mall security guard attacks the group and just barely bites Luda.

4. Resident evil series

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Resident Evil Wallpaper

The film begins in The Hive, a top-secret genetic research facility owned by the Umbrella Corporation located deep beneath Raccoon City. A technician loads vials of blue and green liquid into a secured case, then tosses one blue vial onto the floor inside a lab, exits and seals the room. The vial breaks and the facility’s security system, the Red Queen, detects possible infection, and in response, seals the Hive and kills everyone inside.
Elsewhere, a woman known only as “Alice” (Milla Jovovich) (though she is not named onscreen) awakens in an empty mansion with amnesia. She finds a picture showing that she is married; other clues, like concealed automatic weapons, suggest she is not a simple housewife. After she steps outside the mansion door, a man yanks her back inside; the two are immediately seized by a group of commandos. The man, Matthew “Matt” Addison, identifies himself as a police officer, but the commandos handcuff him regardless.

3. 28 days later/ 28 months later

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28 days later Wallpaper

Late one night, British animal rights activists break into the Cambridge Primate Research Facility to free chimpanzees being used for medical research. The local scientist warns the activists that the chimps are infected with something he only calls “Rage”, but the activists disregard him and set a chimp free. It immediately attacks and infects the activists and scientist.Twenty-eight days later, a bicycle courier named Jim awakens from a coma in the deserted St Thomas’ Hospital. As he leaves the hospital, he discovers London is completely deserted and rife with signs of catastrophe. Jim is soon discovered and chased through the streets by infected people before being rescued by two survivors, Selena and Mark, who rush him to their hideout at the Canary Wharf Station in the London Underground. They reveal that while Jim was comatose, the virus spread uncontrollably among the populace, turning most people into mindless, vicious killers (“the Infected”) and resulting in societal collapse, possibly worldwide. Also, i highly recommend 28 Month Later.

2. Shaun of the dead

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Shaun of the Dead Wallpaper

Shaun (Simon Pegg) is an appliance salesman whose life is without direction; his girlfriend Liz (Kate Ashfield) is dissatisfied with their social life, primarily because it consists of spending nearly every evening in The Winchester, Shaun’s favorite pub. He has issues with his stepfather Phillip (Bill Nighy), his increasingly unhappy housemate Pete (Peter Serafinowicz), and a dissatisfying job where his younger co-workers show him no respect. His best friend Ed (Nick Frost) is the third housemate, and Pete demands Shaun evict Ed, because of his laziness. That same evening, Liz dumps Shaun for not fulfilling his promise of doing something special for their anniversary. He drowns his sorrows at the Winchester with Ed. After Pete berates him and tells him to “sort [his] life out,” he has an epiphany and resolves to sort his life out and win Liz back. Also, this movies is full of comedy.

1. I am legend

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I am Legend Wallpaper

In September 2012, U.S. Army virologist, Lieutenant Colonel Robert Neville (Will Smith) is left as the last healthy human in New York City. Three years earlier Doctor Alice Krippin (Emma Thompson) altered the measles virus to create a cure for cancer with a 100% success rate. However, the virus mutated into a lethal airborne strain that spread worldwide and killed 5.4 billion people (90% of humanity). Of the 600 million survivors, only 12 million people possessed a natural immunity to the virus. The rest degenerated into bald, pale, aggressive beings referred to as “Darkseekers”, who killed the remaining immune human population. The “Darkseekers”, so called for hiding in buildings and dark places during the day due to a painful intolerance to UV radiation, exhibit increased speed, agility, aggression, and strength, as well as higher pulse, metabolism and respiration rates, and increased body temperature. Despite their primal behavior, the Darkseekers seem to retain some basic problem-solving intelligence, animalistic cunning and the capacity to organize themselves.

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Dec 9, 2009

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10 Best Pixar Movies

Since the creative talent of Pixar Animation Studios teamed up with the imagineers of Disney, magical, memorable, memorizing movies have been the result.  Who else could produce quality, classic feature films which stand the test of time like Toy Story, A Bugs Life, and Cars? So, take a look and enjoy 🙂


Pixar returns to the CGI fray after the triumph of WALL.E with this story of seventy-something hero Carl Fredricksen (voiced by Edward Asner) who has dreamed of travelling the globe. He gets his chance when he hooks up with a clueless eight-year-old…and they both set off into the great unknown.

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Throughout the 21st century, Earth was governed by the Buy n Large megacorporation (BnL), causing mass consumerism and covering the planet in trash by 2105. In an attempt to resolve the situation, Earth’s population was evacuated on fully automated luxury BnL starliners for five years while an army of trash compactor robots called WALL-E’s were left behind to clean up the planet. The plan largely failed, however, forcing humanity to remain in space indefinitely. Seven hundred years later, in 2805, only one WALL-E unit functions, having survived by salvaging parts for himself from other defunct WALL-E units. This unit has developed sentience and a sense of emotion, particularly curiosity, as shown by his quirky habits of collecting knickknacks from the mountains of trash.


Remy is a rat who lives in the attic of a French country home with his brother Emile and a pack led by his father Django. Gifted with a keen sense of smell and taste, Remy aspires to be a gourmet chef, inspired by France’s recently deceased top chef, Auguste Gusteau, but instead his talent is put to work in sniffing for rat poison. When the pack is discovered by the home’s occupant, they flee into the sewers; Remy becomes separated from the others and ends up marooned underneath Gusteau’s restaurant in Paris, conversing with a hallucination of the famous chef.


Cars is set in a world populated by anthropomorphic vehicles, including cars (hence the name “Cars”), trucks, trains, and airplanes.

The last race of the Piston Cup stock car racing season ends in a three-way dead heat between retiring veteran Strip “The King” Weathers, perennial runner-up and dirty fighter Chick Hicks, and the self-centered rookie Lightning McQueen. A tiebreaker race is scheduled for one week later at the Los Angeles International Speedway. Lightning is desperate to win the race, as it would allow him to leave the sponsorship of Rust-Eze, a rust treatment for old cars, and allow him to become the sponsored car of the lucrative Dinoco team in The King’s place. Eager to start practice in California as soon as possible, Lightning pushes his big rig, Mack, to travel all night long.


Mr. and Mrs. Parr, also known as Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl, gave up their crime fighting careers as superheros to raise a family under the long arm of the government protection program. Life as an every day citizen was great for Mrs. Parr, but Mr. Parr longed for his glory days as a superhero. When temptation gets the best of Mr. Incredible, can Elastigirl and the rest of the Incredible clan save him?

Finding Nemo

Marlin, a Ocellaris clownfish, takes extra care of his only child, Nemo, after his wife Coral and the rest of their eggs were eaten by a barracuda. Due to a crack in Nemo’s egg, he has grown up with one small, weak fin, but which Marlin assures him is his “lucky fin”. On the first day of school, the other kids tease Nemo about his overprotective widower father. Nemo decides to swim into the open waters to prove that he is capable but is quickly captured by a scuba diver, who climbs aboard a boat and drives off. Marlin is unable to keep up after a frantic chase but meets Dory, a regal tang with short-term memory loss. Together they discover a diver’s mask on the ocean floor dropped from the boat, and Dory is able to read the address on it as being Sydney, Australia. The two set off; Marlin’s story of determination quickly spreads about the oceans, and various sea creatures quickly give aid to his search.


Almost all children imagine monsters under the bed or monsters hidden in the closet, and almost all parents console their children by saying monsters don’t exist. But what if they do? …and what if the monsters are actually scared of children? Meet the residents of Monstropolis and see the warm and fuzzy side of those marvelous monsters.

Toy Story 2

Woody prepares to go to summer camp with Andy for the weekend, but Andy rips his arm by accident while playing with his toys before leaving, forcing him to be placed on a shelf and stay behind. There he discovers that Andy’s mother is having a yard sale, to where she takes a fellow shelved toy, Wheezy, an old rubber penguin with a broken squeaker, to be sold. Woody sneaks down to the yard sale with the help of Andy’s pet dog Buster and saves Wheezy, but is accidentally left outside and found by an enthusiastic toy collector, who ends up stealing him when Andy’s mother refuses to sell him. Buzz chases after the collector’s car as he drives away, but quickly loses him. During an investigation back at Andy’s room, Buzz and the other toys quickly determine that the thief is Al McWhiggin, owner of the toy company Al’s Toy Barn. Buzz recruits Slinky Dog, Mr. Potato Head, Rex and Hamm to go out and save Woody.

A Bug’s Life


Every season, a colony of ants are expected to harvest food for a Mafia-like bunch of grasshoppers (or possibly just Locusts that are refered to as grasshoppers). One ant, Flik, is an inventor whose creations usually do more harm than good. While trying out a mechanical harvester, he drops his machine and on auto-pilot, it knocks the pile of food into a stream just before the grasshoppers arrive. Their leader, Hopper, gives the ants the rest of the season to make good on what they owe, but orders a double ration of food after Flik stands up to him in defense of the Queen’s youngest daughter Dot. Flik is admonished by the colony’s royal council. When Flik suggests that he try to recruit some “warrior bugs” to fight the grasshoppers, Princess Atta (Dot’s older sister and the eventual successor to the Queen) allows him to do so, but only to keep him out of the way.

Toy Story

Woody the toy cowboy has enjoyed life as the object of young Andy’s affection. He’s taken great pride in being the one toy Andy would choose to play with above all the others. However, when a birthday party produces competition for Andy’s affection in the form of a spaceman called Buzz Lightyear, Woody isn’t going into the yardsale box without a fight.

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Dec 8, 2009

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Top 10 3-D Movies

Most of people loves 3-D movies, i we are here. There is a whole bunch of that kind of movies, but we are selected top 10. I hope that you are going to respect our choice, and remember, this is not Top 100, this is Top 10. Enjoy

10. Fly Me to the Moon

It’s 1969 and three space race crazy houseflies – Nat, IQ and Scooter – find themselves aboard the Apollo 11 lunar mission as it blasts off from Cape Canavarel. They leave behind concerned parents…and some jealous Soviet bluebottles concerned that a US fly is going to get to the moon first. Some beautiful digital imagery and imaginative use of 3-D technology ensure ankle biters will be enjoying the rarefied cartoon atmosphere.

9. Jaws 3-D

The oldest son from the first two Jaws films, Michael Brody (played by Dennis Quaid) now works as the chief engineer of SeaWorld in Florida, which is preparing for the launch of its new “Undersea Kingdom,” a set of tunnels where people can “view the wonders of the deep without ever getting wet.” Michael lives with his girlfriend, Katherine Morgan (Bess Armstrong), who is senior biologist at the park. The film opens with a great white following a team of waterskiers, among them Kelly (Lea Thompson). Their boat stalls, but the driver gets it going again before anyone is attacked. When they enter the park from the sea through a gate, the shark follows. The gate is thrown off its rails while closing.

8. The Nightmare Before Christmas

“Halloween Town” is a dream world filled with citizens such as deformed monsters, ghosts, ghouls, goblins, vampires, werewolves and witches. Jack Skellington (“The Pumpkin King”) leads them in a frightful celebration every Halloween (“This is Halloween”), but he has grown tired of the same routine year after year (“Jack’s Lament”). Wandering in the forest outside the town center, he accidentally opens a portal to “Christmas Town” (“What’s This?”). Impressed by the feeling and style of Christmas, Jack presents his findings and his (somewhat limited) understanding of the holiday to the Halloween Town residents. They fail to grasp his meaning and compare everything he says to their idea of Halloween. He reluctantly decides to play along and announces that they will take over Christmas (“Town Meeting Song”).

7. Coraline

As an alternate beginning, a window opens and a stuffed doll resembling an African-American girl (later revealed to be the Sweet Ghost Girl) is transformed, by a pair of spidery hands made of sewing needles transforms it into a white girl with blue hair, a yellow raincoat and yellow Wellington boots. The doll is then tossed back out of the window.Meanwhile, Coraline Jones (Dakota Fanning) and her parents, Mel and Charlie Jones (Teri Hatcher and John Hodgman) leave their relatively comfortable lives in Pontiac, Michigan and move into the Pink Palace Apartments in Ashland, Oregon, which is a converted mansion that they share with retired actresses Miss Spink and Miss Forcible (Jennifer Saunders and Dawn French) and retired Russian circus performer Mr. Bobinsky (Ian McShane). Coraline’s parents are busy working on a gardening catalog, which leaves them with little time for Coraline.

6. G-Force

G-force-wallpaperThe film revolves around an special FBI organization of trained secret agent animals, equipped with advanced tools including an advanced earpiece that allows the mammalian members to talk to humans. In addition to a team of cockroaches, the primary field team consists of guinea pigs Darwin (Sam Rockwell) (team leader), Juarez (Penelope Cruz) (martial arts), Blaster (Tracy Morgan) (weapons/transportation), star-nosed mole Speckles (Nicolas Cage) (cyber intelligence), and fly Mooch (reconnaissance) (Dee Bradley Baker). Hoping to impress his superiors on the eve of a budgetary review, the unit’s leader, Ben (Zach Galifinakis), orders an unauthorized infiltration of the residence of home electronics and appliances magnate, Leonard Saber, who has been under FBI investigation for years.

5. Spy Kids 3-D

Juni is thrust back into service when Sebastian the Toymaker (Sylvester Stallone), an evil mastermind, creates a video game called Game Over that mesmerizes its users. Carmen was sent on a mission to disable the game, but disappeared on Level 4. With the help of his maternal grandfather, Valentin Avellan (Ricardo Montalban), who is a wheelchair user, Juni is sent after his sister and helps to disable the game in order to save the world. It is revealed the Toymaker was the one who disabled Valentin in the first place. Instead of avenging his former partner, Valentin forgives Sebastian who is redeemed. This 3-D movie was filmed using James Cameron’s Fusion Camera system.

4. Bolt

A girl named Penny and a dog named Bolt star on a hit television series called Bolt in which the titular character has various superpowers and must constantly thwart the evil plans of the nefarious Doctor Calico. To gain a more realistic performance, the TV show’s producers have deceived Bolt his entire life, arranging the filming in such a way that Bolt believes the television show is real and he really has superpowers. After filming completes for the latest episode, Bolt escapes from his on-set trailer mistakenly believing Penny has been kidnapped by the television villain. He attempts to break through a window, knocking himself unconscious as he falls into a box of styrofoam peanuts.

3. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Ellie (Queen Latifah) and Manny (Ray Romano) are expecting their first child, and Manny is obsessed with making life perfect and safe for the family, since his first experiences as a husband and father went bad when his family was killed by hunters. At the same time, Diego (Denis Leary) finds himself unable to catch a cocky gazelle (Bill Hader) he has been stalking and decides to leave the herd, believing that he is losing his predatory nature as a tiger. Sid (John Leguizamo) grows jealous of Manny and Ellie and “adopts” three apparently abandoned eggs that he finds in an icy underground cavern and call them Eggbert, Shelly, and Yoko. Manny tells him to put them back, but Sid instead looks after the eggs, which hatch into baby Tyrannosaurus the next morning.

2. Toy Story 3D

Old-fashioned cowboy doll Woody is coordinating a reconnaissance mission around his owner Andy’s birthday party in the days before Andy’s family move to their new house. To Woody’s dismay, Andy receives a new action figure, space ranger Buzz Lightyear, whose impressive features soon see Buzz replacing Woody as Andy’s favorite toy. Woody, the former de facto leader of Andy’s toys, is disappointed and resentful at his replacement. Meanwhile, Buzz does not understand that he is a toy, and believes himself to be an actual space ranger, seeing Woody as an interference in his ‘mission’ to return to his home planet.

1. Up

Pixar returns to the CGI fray after the triumph of WALL.E with this story of seventy-something hero Carl Fredricksen (voiced by Edward Asner) who has dreamed of travelling the globe. He gets his chance when he hooks up with a clueless eight-year-old…and they both set off into the great unknown.

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