33 Movies to Restore Your Faith in Humanity (Ebert's by Roger Ebert

By Roger Ebert

Pondering if the area is basically going to hell in a handbasket? Then contemplate Roger Ebert's publication unique 32 video clips to revive Your religion in Humanity. learn Roger's full-length stories of flicks and re-ignite your trust within the human spirit. From the out-of-the-world adventure of E.T. to the outer area drama of Apollo thirteen to the non-public insights into traditional humans in Cinema Paradiso and Everlasting Moments, you'll be reassured that perhaps there's desire for us all. combine in old dramas like The Bridge at the River Kwai and Gandhi, tales of non-public heroism like Hotel Rwanda and Schindler's List, and the impossible to resist Up, and issues may be having a look, good, up! As an further charm, lots of the stories contain clips from trailers from the flicks, with such gemstones as Casablanca and Say Amen, Somebody.

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The deaths of movie producers Jimmy Choi Chin-ming (also martial artist Jet Li’s manager) and Wong Longwai were linked to organized crime. Director Wong Jing supposedly had his teeth bashed in for saying the wrong thing publicly. qxd 1/11/07 6:32 PM Page xxxix INTRODUCTION • xxxix Chan’s next project. Furthermore, Cantopop star and actor Anita Mui apparently underwent a self-imposed temporary exile due to an incident in a karaoke bar with a movie producer/Triad who slapped her across the face. The industry’s “on the fly” approach to filmmaking has, at its best, brought an exuberant energy and fresh inventiveness long absent from Hollywood, and, at its worst, led to unabashedly commercial gimmicks and uninspired cheap product.

Even in nonmusicals, musical interludes highlighted films of the 1950s and 1960s. Mandarin-dialect Shaw and Cathay films were dominant in the Hong Kong culture of Cantonese speakers by the end of the 1960s; production of Cantonese movies fell precipitously over the course of the decade, falling from 211 releases in 1961 to one in 1971. Hong Kong moviegoers rejected hackneyed Cantonese cinema in favor of fare directed by the likes of the Shaws’ celebrated Li Han-hsiang, whose The Love Eterne (1963) was the highest grossing Hong Kong film of the era.

Actress Bai Luming (real name Xu Liqiong), a native of Guangdong province, attended the Tack Ching Girls’ Middle School in Hong Kong. Interested in acting from an early age, she trained under famous opera actor Sit Koksin (Xue Juexian) and his wife Tong Suet-hing (Tang Xueqing) and performed opera onstage. Encouraged by her godmother, celebrated opera actress Yam Kim-fai (Ren Jianhui), she joined Tai Seng (Dacheng) film company in 1953. qxd 12 • 1/16/07 9:35 AM Page 12 BAI, YING cue from a well-known saying that favors males over females in families.

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