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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Luxurious Golden Audi R8 from Dubai

Another Golden Supercar!! if yesterday we give you a golden 911 Porsche now we got a Golden Audi R8 from Dubai. yeah as we know Dubai was the wealthiest country in the world. so that's why this people can afford this car.

The Audi R8 is a sports car with a longitudinally mounted mid-engine, and uses Audi's 'trademark' quattro permanent four-wheel drive system. It was introduced by the German automaker Audi AG in 2006. The car was exclusively designed, developed, and manufactured by Audi AG's high performance private subsidiary company, quattro GmbH, and is derived from the Lamborghini Gallardo. The fundamental construction of the R8 is based on the "Audi Space Frame", and uses an aluminium monocoque which is built around a space frame. The car is built by quattro GmbH in a newly renovated factory at Audi's 'aluminium site' at Neckarsulm in Germany.

So this is the picture of Luxurious Golden Audi R8 from Dubai after the Jump

Find your Idol Tickets Concert Online

Every Music fans should be happy when they can watch their idol live performance but unfortunately it's really hard to find the tickets for your idols concert.

As a U2 lover i always want to watch their live event but it's really hard to get the U2 concert tickets at Georgia Dome in Atalanta. is there any other U2 fans who has the same problem with me?? but don't worry!! now you can get the tickets online at and you can read U2 Concert Schedule first and then select the tickets that you want.

Not only for U2 fans, but also for Metallica fans, it's really amazing when you go to their concert and saw them play their hits song such as master of puppets and the unforgiven, i can't wait to see their performance live on Madison Square Garden New york on November 14. you can also find the schedule for metallica other concert and then you can book Metallica Tickets.

Just call them on and they will serve your ticket needs for your favorite bands. not only that. but as the professional online tickets broker also give you an offer of Disney On Ice Tickets, that's a good event for your children. i think for every Disney lover should go and watch this spectacular event. Disney on Ice tickets is one of the hardest hardest tickets to get from the box office. but you can get it in

So what are you waiting for?? either for U2 Fans, Metallica Fans or even the Disney Lover, now you can depends your tickets needs on the best and professional online ticket broker

Teri Hatcher Plastic Surgery Rumors

Tomorrow Never Dies actress, Teri Hatcher still looks fabulous although at 44 and has pastic surgery rumors all over the internet as she appears to be younger than her age. (March 2006) Glamour magazine quoted her saying ‘I've never had any surgery, no matter what you've read, I have had Botox and collagen... but I haven't had anything done to my face in a while'. she also added that few more lines doesn't worry her so much.

Teri Hatcher Plastic SurgeryTeri Hatcher Plastic Surgery Rumor

Desperate Housewives star, Hatcher interviewed that she've never had cosmetic surgery as she is afraid of needles.“It’s not that I’m against people who do it, but I’m terrified of needles,” she told Maxim magazine a few years back. “I’ve seen those shows with the operations. The sound of the chisel! Aaah! I almost passed out. No thank you. Egg white omelets, some exercise and some eye cream is fine for now.” Without any cosmetic surgery, she have really maintained her stunning beauty naturally wheather she have had botox and collagen.

Anushka Sharma Photos, Hot Anushka Sharma Pics, Wallpapers & Images

Anushka Sharma was born on 1 may 1988 in Bangalore , Karnataka . her height was 5'9" . she enterd in to model after completion of +2 education . She was picked to be Wendell Rodrick's finale model at the last Fashion Week. She studied in Army School and then went ahead to do graduation in arts from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. She done many ads . by this fame in ads she got an offer in Yash & aditya chopra film. She excepted it in first heard because she is doing role opposite with Bollywood Badshah King Shah Rukh Khan in RAB NE BANA DI JODI. By this film she got fame fame & more up coming projects in bollywood. Now she is the hot topic in bollywood. She seems to be more improved & dancer actress in her first film.

MD Poll: The Drac Pack

We're getting into the Halloween spirit a little early here at Movie Dearest with today's launch of a special four-part vampire-themed "Mega-Poll"!

With so many cinematic bloodsuckers out there nowadays, we couldn't limit our poll to just ten, so we're giving you thirty. That's right, three separate polls, one each for the next three weeks. This week's poll asks to pick your favorite movie Dracula, while next week's will cover the remaining movie vampires and week 3 will spotlight TV vamps. Then, the winners from each week, along with the remaining top vote getters for all three weeks, will compete in a two-week poll to decide the "Ultimate Vamp Champ", who will be revealed on (naturally) Halloween day.

You can vote now for your favorite movie Dracula in the MD Poll located in the right hand sidebar. Note that we stretched the contenders to include characters directly inspired by Bram Stoker's original "Prince of Darkness". Also, be sure to note that this poll will only run for one week, so vote now! Fangs a lot!

UPDATE: This poll is now closed; click here for the results, and click here to vote in the next MD Poll.

MD Poll: Ryan's Hope

It was a tight race in this year's battle to be named the Hottest Summer Movie Hunk and the final victor was Ryan Reynolds (who also gets our vote for Hottest Magazine Cover ever).

The sexy star of The Proposal (on DVD and Blu-rayOctober 13) beat off such strong contenders as his X-Men Origins: Wolverine co-star Hugh Jackman and Public Enemies #1 Johnny Depp, who tied for third place. The surprise second place finisher was Star Trek's new Captain Kirk, Chris Pine. Beam me up, hottie!

See the comments section below for all the studly stats.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Dale Gas

I was recently commisioned by my brother and his softball team to come up with their team logo. Their team is called Dale Gas - the literal translation is "give it gas" but is a more acurately translated into the slag "step on it". Naturally I thought of some of the classic hot rod guys like Ed "Big Daddy" Roth for inspiration, and though the car design is about 90% borrowed form Mr. Roth, the gnarly one-eyed baseball-headed bat-totin' monster is 100% me.

Reverend's Reviews: Virgin Territory

"The purpose of a writer is to keep civilization from destroying itself." — Albert Camus

Quotes from wise elders, including the one above, are sprinkled throughout The Blue Tooth Virgin (now playing in LA and NYC) on attractive cards designed by Yolanda Santosa and Paul Kim. At times they illuminate and at other times they stand in stark contrast to the pseudo-literary mayhem on screen.

The film's writer-director-producer, Russell Brown (Race You to the Bottom), has a keen ear for the inflated, self-important conversation that is often de rigueur among both aspiring and accomplished Hollywood screenwriters. Brown focuses here on longtime friends Sam (Austin Peck, best known as Brad Snyder on As the World Turns) and David (the winning Bryce Johnson). Sam is a struggling screenwriter who once created a well-regarded television series. David, on the other hand, is a magazine editor who claims to have no interest in writing.

When Sam asks David to read and weigh in on his screenplay-in-development, the ensuing rift exposes not only the shallowness of their friendship but the general lack of depth in the Hollywood movie-making machine. Of course, one has only to look at what The Blue Tooth Virgin is opening against — the reportedly lame Fame remake and the sci-fi wanna-be thrillers Surrogates and Pandorum — to see this is true.

Brown's script can be accused of being all talk and no action, but it is intelligent, insightful and often quite funny. The best scene in the film involves Karen Black (who looks great, by the way) as a New Age script consultant/therapist who charges $1,500 an hour.

It is also a very handsome-looking movie thanks to Marco Fargnoli's photography (the influence of his mentor, the great Robert Richardson, is evident) and the editing by Curtiss Clayton and Christopher Munch. Clayton is a veteran of several Gus Van Sant productions, and Munch wrote and directed as well as edited the acclaimed gay-interest films The Hours and Times and Harry and Max.

By the movie's end, viewers will likely agree with Camus on the importance of writers but most will be tempted to thank God we still have books!

Click here to watch the trailer for The Blue Tooth Virgin.

UPDATE: The Blue Tooth Virgin is now available on DVD from

Review by Rev. Chris Carpenter, resident film critic of Movie Dearest and the Orange County and Long Beach Blade.

DVD Review: Youth Without Youth

Francis Coppola’s Youth Without Youth (from the story by Mircea Eliade) is a deeply personal film for the filmmaker. He’s stated in numerous interviews that when he was made aware of the story about a 70 year old Romanian linguist who is struck by lighting and ages backwards, that he felt he was made to make this story into a movie. Sounds odd, right? Well Dominic (Tim Roth) is struggling to complete his life work, and considers suicide. However, things change when he is struck by lighting and begins to age backwards. He has another chance to finish his life work (a book about the origin of language). This second chance at finishing a close-to-the-heart project appealed to Coppola because he often stated that at 68 he felt like he had been successful with his business (wine maker), but still felt unfulfilled creatively. Youth Without Youth shows Coppola returning after a 10 year sabbatical with a vim that can only be found in his earlier work.

The last film of Coppola’s oeuvre where I felt this kind of visual exhilaration was his take on Bram Stoker’s Dracula. In fact that film reminded me a lot of Youth Without Youth (and a lot of other Coppola movies) where you could easily watch the film with sound off and get the same enjoyment. The problem, however, is that Dracula was based on a classic horror story and had the safety net of mythology for Coppola’s garish visuals to fall into.

In Youth Without Youth his screenplay is a murky mess of metaphysics, doppelgängers, and a failed love story; however, in spite of the written material the films star, Tim Roth (who spends a lot of the movie talking to himself), is fantastic as Dominic. The dilemma he faces towards the end of the film is an interesting one: he meets a German woman who resembles his lost love from his youth....she has also been struck by lighting, and in an interesting development has begun to linguistically age backwards as she begins speaking in ancient languages that help Dominic understand more clearly the elusive nature of his life’s work. The dilemma of course is that Dominic is in love with this woman and must decide if that’s more important than finishing his life work. It doesn’t help that Dominic’s evil doppelgänger is around whispering in his ear throughout the film. One again…sounds odd doesn’t it?

The film is a must see for its visuals alone. It appears this material has awoken a sleeping giant in Coppola. His film is interesting if nothing else because it shows us what kind of story a director can tell through nothing but beautifully framed and constructed visuals. Coppola has always been at the forefront of new ways to visually tell a story, and in Youth Without Youth it doesn’t appear that he’s all the way back (the film meanders despite its reverie-like mood and visual approach), but he’s pretty damn close considering the material he left us with 10 years ago. Youth Without Youth is one of the best looking films of 2007, and for that alone its worth seeking out and devouring beautiful scene after beautiful scene.

I realize I haven’t said much about the movie…well there’s not much to say because I was so damned confused by the story; however, I didn’t care, and I as I mentioned in this mini-review, the visuals move the story along. So, I figured I would let the visuals do all of the talking for me:

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