Sunday, May 16, 2010

Review of Iron Man 2

I am always a little worried about going to see Part 2, 3, 4, of movies because I feel that I may be disappointed, but I can say that Iron Man 2 really went above and beyond it's first. It was actually even more jaw-dropping than the first one. I was so impressed by all the action and I also saw Don Cheadle in another light as an action hero type, who replaced Terrence Howard as Col. James Rhodes. Don Cheadle is a keeper in my opinion.

The two Iron Men blasted onto the screen in a very unpredictable manner, which really made the scenes even more outstanding.When I saw the billboard for this, I thought that they would go in the direction of Spiderman with his opposite, but this was not the case. I will not spoil your chances of seeing it, so I will leave that for you to see yourself.

The comedic timing reigned supreme throughout with the talent of Robert Downey, Jr. He is definitely the best fit for the role of Tony Stark. He makes it look easy.  He was hilarious. The writers did a great job!

Jon Favreau, at the wheel as director, loyal friend, and driver in the film as Happy Hogan makes for some great laughs too!

Gwyneth Paltrow, Mickey Rorke, Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell, and Samuel L. Jackson were natural, believable, and nice to look at on camera in their particular characters. They owned their roles.

I see that it even out-shined Robin Hood in the box office for this weekend. Robin Hood took second. I personally recommend that anyone who has not seen it yet, buy the ticket and be prepared for a 2hr. 5min treat. You will not be disappointed. Also, if you want to get some idea of what's to come in the next one, Iron Man 3, wait until after the credits.

I actually did background for this film, Iron Man 2 as a political type in the last scene with Tony Stark getting the medal, but I looked like a small ant. However, it was good training and experience for me to be on the set and see how things are done. I love the experience and to see it in its final product was amazing.

Leave your feedback if you've seen it. What did you think about it!

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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Free Charity Cars Are Making Dreams Come True

 UPDATE!!!! I now have a NEW CAR and all I did was ask the right question to God and the next day, I was in my new 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser. It may be gibberish to you, but I am so serious about this. I got the advise from Ken D. Foster, of Ask and You Will Succeed.

Recently I searched on google trying to figure out if people give away cars anymore. My car is a 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer, but I have driven it quite a lot to 250,000 miles and it has maintenance that needs to be done on it. Talk about expensive and with the mileage I don't think it would be worth it. I wouldn't get a lot if I traded it in on a new one so I thought that maybe I should do some research and see if people actually give away cars like Oprah did a couple of years ago. That's when I came across Free Charity Cars!

Join me at Free Charity Cars!

It appears to be pretty popular because it even broadcast on the Montel Williams Show. If you are in need of a free charity car, you can apply also and tell your story to the community, which allows you to earn points and reach the 100 points needed to be eligible for a car maintenance payment, free gifts, and a free car. Take some time to look over the website and if you are in need, create a free profile and start moving.

I am going to see what happens and I decided to tell everyone about this because the more people who know makes it even more successful for me getting a charity car. So to learn more, click on the banner within this post, create your profile and then become my friend so we can vote for each other to share in this goodness.

A car is very important to me because of my acting dreams in the arts, but also because of my job as a senior caregiver. I love helping people get well, providing companionship, or just sitting there to make them feel safe.

Join me at Free Charity Cars!

If you've received a free charity car, write your feedback below.



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