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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Emily Goss - An interview with the star from Castle (ABC) and The House on Pine Street

emily goss

Real Name: Emily Berlese Goss
Astrological Sign: Aries
Birthday: April 1, 1990
Hair: Blonde
Twitter: @emilygoss650
Instagram: emilygoss650

the house on pine street1. Hello, you were outstanding in The House on Pine Street, can you guide us through your early life and eventual breakthrough in Hollywood
Thank you so much, Adnan. It's great to be doing this interview for you. I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, in a suburb about twenty minutes south of San Francisco. Growing up, I played a ton of soccer and even wanted to be a professional soccer player. But I always loved stories. I loved to read, I loved movies, and when I started doing drama in school I realized that acting meant more to me than playing soccer, or anything else and I began to pursue it. I studied Theatre at the University of Southern California's School of Dramatic Arts. That brought me to LA, and I absolutely love it here.

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Elizabeth Sandy - An interview with the star from Goddess of Love

Real Name: Elizabeth Sandy

Zodiac Sign: Scorpio

1. Hello, you were outstanding in Goddess of Love, can you guide us through your early life and eventual breakthrough in Hollywood
Thank you. The film was so great to be involved in. I loved working with Jon Knautz and Alexis Kendra. I grew up in Melbourne, Australia and was always involved in the performing arts. I worked in film, television and theater in my native Country and moved to Hollywood to further my international career. I hope to continue being involved in exciting work that stretches me as an artist and as a person.

2. In your journey so far what has been the most difficult time for you regarding your career in Hollywood? What, in your opinion, is/will be your biggest break in Hollywood?

It is definitely not an easy industry. It takes hard work and dedication. It's a continuous learning curve and it's very important to remember the artistry of being an actor as opposed to the 'business' side of the industry. I love working on projects I really believe in such as Goddess of Love and hopefully through continuing to work on projects that inspire me my 'big break' will follow.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Movie Review The Revenant with Latest Movie Ratings


The Film Guide : Movie Review The Revenant : Latest Movie Ratings  
It's been a long time since an actor has impressed me to the extent that Leonardo Decaprio has in his latest offering "The Revenant". 

Literally meaning " back from the dead", the revenant is the story of survival of a pelt trader of the 1820s called Glass who gets left alone in the middle of a snow covered forest after being attacked by a bear. His urge to take revenge from a fellow traveler keeps him alive and motivates him to first fight death and then survive the harshest of conditions in order to avenge the death of his son and the betrayal that he faced.

Leonardo Decaprio leaves one speechless at times and the acting is so lifelike that one forgets for a while that it's Leo playing Glass. 

Tom Hardy does well to support Leo as the antagonist but it is Decaprio who leaves very little margin for anyone else to leave a mark on the viewers mind. To me the only other member of the cast that had an impact on my senses was the bear that mauled Glass and left him helpless.

Overall, I believe and hope that Leonardo Decaprio gets an Oscar for this because if this doesn't get him one nothing might ever.

The Film Guide | Movie Review The Revenant | : Latest Move Ratings : 4.5/5

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

The Hateful Eight Movie Review

Quentin Tarantino's new project The hateful eight is a western-action-comedy that blends the roughness of a western classic with the gore and flamboyance one associates with Tarantino. 

This story of bounty hunters making there way to a town to gain their rewards has great turns and twists and the entire cast mesmerizes the viewer and provides a treat that is worth a watch.

Kurt Russel and Samuel L Jackson give stellar performances and the entire movie doesn't let you lose interest till the very end.

All in all, the hateful eight scores well in all aspects and I would recommend it dearly.

Rating: 4/5