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sábado, 31 de julho de 2010

Video CATS

Video clandestino que fiz, pois não pode filmar nem fotografar, mas não me aguentei. A filmagem não está muito boa porque a maquina estava dentro da bolsa. Viram que eu estava praticamente dentro do palco???? hehehe

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Galera, cheguei de SP ontem, lá não tive tempo de postar nada e para ajudar só estava com a net da vivo, muuuuuito lenta.
Para começar vou postar sobre CATS, um musical da Broadway.

Com letras originais de Tim Rice e arranjos do inglês Andrew Lloyd Webber, CATS já foi traduzido para 10 línguas e recebeu mais de 30 prêmios.

Desde sua abertura em Londres, em 1981, Cats já foi apresentado em mais de 20 países e 250 cidades, incluindo todos os Estados Unidos, Canadá e México, além de Buenos Aires, Seul, Suíça, Alemanha, Bélgica, Áustria, Suécia e Cingapura.


Meia-noite. Nenhum som no beco. Luzes de um carro rasgam a paisagem escurecida da noite e revelam momentaneamente a imagem de um felino correndo. Um por um, gatos curiosos emergem. É a noite especial deles, quando a tribo Jellicle Cats se reúne para escolher seus melhores. O líder do grupo, o sábio e benevolente Old Deuteronomy, anunciará qual deles irá para um lugar especial chamado "Heavyside Layer", onde poderá renascer para uma nova "vida Jellicle". Só um dos gatos não compartilha da euforia do grupo: a triste Grizabella (Paula Lima), que abandonou os companheiros anos antes para explorar o mundo lá fora e agora é desprezada por sua escolha.

A história de Cats foi baseada em 14 poemas do livro infantil Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, publicado a primeira vez em 1939, com ilustrações do próprio autor, o poeta americano T.S. Eliot.

Eliot escreveu a obra depois de passar dias observando o comportamento de seus próprios felinos.

Adorei, sentei na primeira fila, com direito a pagar o mico de dançar com o gato, autógrafo e flor hehehe

CATS de quinta a domingo no teatro Abril em SP

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sexta-feira, 30 de julho de 2010


Well, I like this world

Well, I like this world
Well, I like this world
I fight outwards in this world
I pray I was in this world
I could fight with words
Ghosts in the rain
Cold walk of freedom
Well, I'm walking a hallway
I'm walking a hallway
Said, I'm walking a hallway
I'm walking a hallway
I'm walking a hallway
Well, I'm walking a hallway
I am proud and I'm gloried
Thinking 'bout the day what'll surely come
When on the scene, I'm smile evaded
When outta nowhere, I'm gonna run
But I know where I go, I'll be gone
Somewhere to run to--if you see
You could see it through my mind
You wouldn't know it—
You'd know when my eyes roam
Through the fog and hail and sleet
I missed the snow and nowhere
Nowhere, nowhere, nowhere
You should've known where
Should've known where
You should've known where
Should've known better, baby
'Cause I like this world
And I like this world
Some people are born to roam
Some people, they roam this world alone
Some people are born to roam
Some people they roam this world alone

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quinta-feira, 29 de julho de 2010

Movies I have seen lately

Dear John: loved this one, ok, I cried on this one, a lot. So sad, so unfortunate but love can be so pure and amazing. It is a shame that sometimes life gets in the way.

The Wolfman: strange, again the whole concept of a man becoming a wolf when there is full moon, a lot of blood, but shows how a mad wolf can be a good man at heart.

The Lightening Thief: the whole Greek Mythology thing always did interest me, and seeing how movie makers bring stories to life is always nice. You know, like when we read a book and then see the movie to try and put images to our thoughts, sometimes exactly as we imagined, sometimes not, but I like that. Anyway, the story is nice, a boy who discovers he is son of a Greek God, kids will love this one.

Shutter Island: strange, very strange, I thought it would be a great one but it was not as good as I expected. I guess it plays with your mind the same way it does with the characters’. Can we all be crazy and not know?

My Sister’s Keeper: sad, sad, but really good. Did not really see Cameron Diaz as a mom much, I think the role was too dramatic compared to the usual movies she does, ok, maybe that is just me stereotyping. Anyhow, the story is about family and the love that keeps a family together even at worst times. I did cry on this one.

Australia: loved it, great story, great cast, great scenery. Love, loyalty and pride really are important.

Eclipse: love this saga, all of it, it is very childish for most but c’mon, Vampires, Wolves, good looking people and Robert Pattinson, yep, OMG. Would move to forks any day. Or should I just go look around for him in London? He does live here :). Dream on.

The Invention of Lying: ok, made me wonder if lying really does bring happiness in the end, is there a point to lying to make others happy? Probably not.

Management: cute love story, it goes a bit wrong for a while but I guess that is more in tune with real romance than the other movies we usually see. There is some funny in it too.

Up in the Air: like it, George Clooney does have something about him. Nice story, does make you think about the whole routine business of life. What is the point?

Legion: Not so great, some good scenes with all the angels and demons but would not watch it again.

Nine: Musical, great cast, but one of the only movies I could not sit till the end, did not work for me.

Remember me: sad story, liked it. Robert Pattinson, again so cute. Important message, whatever you do in life will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.

The Bounty Hunter: with Jennifer Aniston, love her. Story is funny and cute at the same time. Divorced couple who get into trouble together as a way to test their love for each other.

The Proposal: very funny, very cute love story. Liked it a lot.

Hachicko: cute, based on a true story. The real meaning of Loyalty, and the dog is sooo cute.

Transformers, the revenge of the fallen: ok, I do have something for comic books and cartoon movies, love them. Watched this with my godson, he loves it, me too. Who didn’t have one of those toys when they were kids? I was not an all Barbie girl I guess :).

Sherlock Holmes: loved it, there will probably be a second one. Fantasy and in London, my kinda play :).

Star Trek: fiction, liked it, reminds me of my old days when I lived in Spain on my own and watched the series every night.

Clash of the Titans: again with the mythology, loved this one, great action, and story. It’s all about the fantasy and fiction.

Cop Out: funny, very Bruce Willis kinda movie but with comedy too, like it.

Sex and the City 2: saw it with the girls, fun, love the clothes and the UAE! Abu Dhabi is the new Dubai. :) Which girl does not want a Big in their life, with that end scene, wow, touching.

The Blind Side: great movie, based on a true story. It is great how there are good people in this world. :) Sandra did deserve the Oscar, loved how she worked the accent. Cried on this one too.

That’s it, I think I am missing one but can’t remember now… So, which ones will I add to my collection? Pin It

It’s all about the Sitcoms

Smallville: great, always surprising, can’t wait for season 10 to start in September. Who doesn’t secretly want to be a superhero? Or who wouldn’t want to know a superhero, especially one that looks like Tom Welling (OMG)?

Heroes: great, ending not as expected, but again who doesn’t want to be a superhero? Peter was my favourite hero, so cute. Think season 5 is not happening :(.

Sopranos: great, good to see how they mix the Mafia, Italian and American way. No superheroes in this but great to watch. I personally like when they mix some Italian words with English, it’s funny. The boat name, the best, Stugats, I mean who came up with that? Hilarious.

Two and a Half Men: also great, funny, very very funny. Who doesn't need comedy in their lives?

Will & Grace: hilarious, always liked it, gay or straight? All great to watch. Again, who doesn't need comedy in their lives?

Sex and the City: It is all about NY for me. Ok, the girls love the clothes and the shoes, the romance and the drama. I love where it all happens.

Friends: amazing, had to put them in. I know I watched the whole 10 series like a million times, I just never get tired of it. Laugh every time and I know the lines by heart. Love it, my favourite of all time, funny and great every time. I wish they would do a movie or something. This one I followed every week when it was still showing, sad to see it end :(.
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Unha da semana

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segunda-feira, 26 de julho de 2010

Now playing

U2 are a rock band from Dublin, Ireland.
The group consists of Bono (vocals and guitar), The Edge (guitar, keyboards, and vocals), Adam Clayton (bass guitar), and Larry Mullen, Jr. (drums and percussion).

Meninas, um dia sera q vamos no show deles ou soh no da banda cover em Amsterdam?! :) Mas que tava legal tava!!!! Pin It

sexta-feira, 23 de julho de 2010

video conferencia Sonoraaaa

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Cala Boca Sylvester Stallone

A polêmica declaração que o astro Sylvester Stallone fez nessa quinta-feira (22) - que o Terra deu em primeira mão na imprensa -, causou revolta geral entre os internautas brasileiros.

No Twitter, o nome do astro foi parar no primeiro lugar do ranking de nomes mais digitados do mundo depois que um grupo de internautas promoveu o "Cala Boca Sylvester Stallone", movimento semelhante ao "Cala Boca Galvão", que intrigou até mesmo jornais internacionais, dada a força da mídia social.

No Brasil, a frase "Cala Boca Sylvester Stallone" já é a mais "tuitada" na mídia social.

Muitos internautas também pedem o boicote ao longa Os Mercenários, que teve cenas rodadas no Rio de Janeiro, e que tem estreia prevista no Brasil para 13 de agosto.

Piadas de mau gosto
Instigado pelo moderador do evento, Harry Knowles, dono do famoso site Ain't It Cool News, Stallone fez piada com o Brasil e, finalmente, demonstrou seu verdadeiro descontentamento com as filmagens no Rio de Janeiro.

"Gravar no Brasil foi bom, pois pudemos matar pessoas, explodir tudo e eles (os brasileiros) dizem obrigado", diz Sylvester Stallone.

Depois de sugerir problemas com a equipe de filmagem (cerca de 65 pessoas), em entrevista na semana passada, e inclusive mencionar o assunto no material oficial de divulgação do filme, o diretor e ator transformou a violência local em piada ao mencionar que foi necessário um grupo de 70 seguranças para garantir o bem estar de sua equipe.

Além disso, comentou o símbolo do B.O.P.E "os policiais de lá usam camisetas com uma caveira, duas armas e uma adaga cravada no centro; já imaginou se os policiais de Los Angeles usassem isso? Já mostra o quão problemático é aquele lugar".

A lavagem de roupa suja terminou com uma menção ao fato de "podermos ter explodido vários prédios, todos ficaram felizes e ainda trouxeram cachorros-quentes para aproveitar o fogo".
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quinta-feira, 22 de julho de 2010

Eu não vou na feira sexta!

Melissa, não precisava de nada do que vc falou... (youtube)
Foi faaaacil...
Bom pessoal, é isso, sinto muito, muito, mais muito meeesmo, mas eu não vou na feira sexta!

Participaçao especial: Gabriel, Julia e Laura.
Beijo crianças, amoo muito vcs!

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Mercado Municipal SP

O Mercado Municipal de São Paulo, inaugurado em 1933, é um importante entreposto comercial de atacado e varejo, especializado na comercialização de frutas, verduras, cereais, carnes, temperos e outros produtos alimentícios. O Mercado localiza-se no centro antigo da Capital Paulista, sobre uma área ganha ao Rio Tamanduateí, no bairro Mercado na antiga Várzea do Carmo.

Toda vez que vou para SP tenho que dar uma passadinha lá, não deixem de comer o famoso sanduiche de Mortadela e o pastel de bacalhau.

Sera que o Victor comeu?????

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