Happy New Year, dear Readers! I wish you in the next year, 2012, to get closer to your dreams, to be happier than this year, an ocean of health, joy, love, success and everything the best. See you next year 🙂
One of Hollywood’s most legendary beauties, Elizabeth Taylor, died on Wednesday (March 23) at the age of 79 after spending two months in a Los Angeles hospital for treatment of congestive heart failure. Elizabeth Taylor was one of the brightest stars in the history of the American movie business. One of her most famous films was the 1963 epic “Cleopatra”, one of the most expensive movies of all time when it was filmed, also the movies like “Giant,””Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”. She was an sex symbol and object of tabloid fascination for her string of love affairs with leading men. Taylor was married eight times to seven husbands, she had 2 sons and 2 daughters. She launched 2 perfume lines, won 2 Oscars and was one of the best friends of Michael Jackson, who died in 2009. Continue reading
On my page you can find the list of “100 movies you must see before you die” 😀
It’s not my creation, i downloaded it from Yahoo.com
This list includes the movies from the 1931 till 2001. And you can download it from my Share Box, in the right side of the page. (it’s in .pdf format)
I started to watch the movies, first one was “It’s a Wonderful Life”
Awesome movie, it really changes points of view about life, about importance of every person in the life of those who surrounds aforementioned person. One quote i selected from the movie, said by Clarence(the guardian angel of the main character).
“Strange, isn’t it? Each man’s life touches so many other lives. When he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?”
… when you’re sad or in depression try to remember all the things you did, which changed the lives around you..and i’m sure the smile in your eyes is guaranteed.
btw one more list of “100 movies of Modern Classics you must see before you die” you can also download in my share box. =>