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sumo fight two man,any time one man :D
18 May 2009
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Als die junge Studentin Sara (MINKA KELLY) ihr erstes Semester an der Uni antritt, bekommt sie Rebecca (LEIGHTON MEESTER) als Zimmergenossin im Wohnheim zugewiesen. Aus der anfa¨nglichen Freundschaft der beiden jungen Frauen wird bald to¨dlicher Ernst, denn Rebecca entpuppt sich als Psychopathin, die von Sara regelrecht besessen ist. Aus Eifersucht fa¨ngt Rebecca damit an, jeden auszuschalten, der in Saras Leben eine Rolle spielt ... Leighton Meester („Gossip Girl“) und Minka Kelly („(500) Days of Summer“) spielen neben Cam Gigandet („Twilight – Biss zum Morgengrauen“, „New Moon – Biss zur Mittagsstunde“, „Burlesque“) die Hauptrollen in diesem spannungsgeladenen Mystery-Thriller von Christian E. Christiansen.
24 Mar 2011
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MINUSCULE revolves around the day-to-day existence of insects. Although the series calls to mind a wildlife documentary, it's a documentary in which the insects are presented in burlesque situations, with a fair amount of philosophical contemplation thrown in. You might call it a cross between Tex Avery and Microcosmos, or grassroots slapstick. Or a docu-cartoon series.
31 Aug 2007
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What more need we say? The best burlesque dancers from the past are revealed to you for your own private peepshow!
9 Jan 2007
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Cher presents her Golden Globe-nominated song "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me".
24 Dec 2010
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FUNNY KID
18 Feb 2011
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Watch out, the ten foot joker can strike at anytime. Adult diapers are recommended for all viewers and casino patrons. Killing silks, acrobatics, stilts, chimes, fountains, and defying all logic, Niagara Falls is trumped by the Royal Flush. Featuring Leland Tilden as the Joker, Vanita Butrsingkorn as Ace, Chris Begay as Jack, Emily Hughes as Ten, Sarah Scheunhage as Queen and Mark Segal as the King. Stage managed and understudied by Lee Lahty Cheung and Angie Kailan, coreographed by Jenny Anne McCowan, produced by Thom Solokoski and smartculture.ca. The modern concept of a circus as a circular arena surrounded by tiers of seats, for the exhibition of equestrian, acrobatic, and other performances seems to have existed since the late 18th century. Reality television, alternatively, is a genre of television programming which presents purportedly unscripted dramatic or humorous situations, documents actual events, and features ordinary people instead of professional actors. Although the genre has existed in some form or another since the early years of television, the term "reality television" is most commonly used to describe programs produced since 2000. Documentaries and nonfictional programming such as the news and sports shows are usually not classified as reality shows. A circus is most commonly a traveling company of performers that may include acrobats, clowns, trained animals, hula hoopers and other fun acts and the word also describes the performance that they give. A circus is held in an oval or circular arena with tiered seating around its edge; in the case of traveling circuses this location is most often a large tent. The circus is thought to have had its origin in Ancient Rome, where the circus was an open-air stadium where chariot and horse races and other public exhibitions were held. Briton Philip Astley is thought of as the father of the modern circus, establishing permanent and travelling circuses in Britain and Europe in the late 18th century. In Ancient Rome the circus was a building for the exhibition of horse and chariot races, equestrian shows, staged battles, displays featuring trained exotic animals, jugglers and acrobats and other amusements. The circus of Rome is thought to have been influenced by the Egyptians and Greeks where chariot racing and the exhibition of exotic animals were popular events. The Roman circus consisted of tiers of seats running parallel with the sides of the course, and forming a crescent round one of the ends. The lower seats were reserved for persons of rank; there were also various state boxes, eg. for the giver of the games and his friends. In Ancient Rome the circus was the only public spectacle at which men and women were not separated. The first circus in Rome was the Circus Maximus, in the valley between the Palatine and Aventine hills. Next in importance to the Circus Maximus in Rome was the Circus Flaminius, the Circus Neronis, from the notoriety which it obtained through the Circensian pleasures of Nero. A fourth, the Circus of Maxentius, was constructed by Maxentius; the ruins of this circus have enabled archaeologists to reconstruct the Roman circus. The modern concept of a circus as a circular arena surrounded by tiers of seats, for the exhibition of equestrian, acrobatic, and other performances seems to have existed since the late 18th century.[1] The popularity of the circus in England may be traced to that held by Philip Astley in London, the first performance of his circus is said to have been held on January 9, 1768. One of Astley's major contributions to the circus was bringing trick horse riding into the ring, and in doing so he set the diameter of the circus ring at 42 feet, which is the size ring needed for horses to circle comfortably at full gallop. Astley was followed by Andrew Ducrow, whose feats of horsemanship had much to do with establishing the traditions of the circus, which were perpetuated by Henglers and Sangers celebrated shows in a later generation. In England circuses were often held in purpose built buildings in large cities, such as the London Hippodrome, which was built as a combination of the circus, the menagerie and the variety theatre, where wild animals such as lions and elephants from time to time appeared in the ring, and where convulsions of nature such as floods, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions have been produced with an extraordinary wealth of realistic display. In the first two decades of the 19th century The Circus of Pepin and Breschard toured from Montreal to Havana, building circus theatres in many of the cities they visited. Later the establishments of Purdy, Welch & Co., and of van Amburgh gave a wider popularity to the circus in the United States. In 1825 Joshuah Purdy Brown was the first circus owner to use a large canvas tent for the circus performance. Circus pioneer Dan Rice was probably the most famous circus and clown pre-Civil War, popularizing such expressions as "The One-Horse Show" and "Hey, Rube!". The American circus was revolutionized by P. T. Barnum and William Cameron Coup, who launched P. T. Barnum's Museum, Menagerie & Circus, a travelling combination animal and human oddities, the exhibition of humans as a freakshow or sideshow was thus an American invention. Coup was also the first circus entrepreneur to use circus trains to transport the circus from town to town; a practice that continues today and introduced the first multiple ringed circuses. In 1840 the equestrian Thomas Cooke returned to England from the United States, bringing with him a circus tent. Three important circus innovators were Italian Giuseppe Chiarini, and Frenchmen Louis Soullier and Jacques Tourniaire, whose early travelling circuses introduced the circus to Latin America, Australia, South East Asia, China, India, South Africa and Russia. Soullier was the first circus owner to introduce Chinese acrobatics to the European circus when he returned from his travels in 1866 and Tourniaire was the first to introduce the performing art to Russia where it became extremely popular. Following Barnum's death his circus merged with that of James Anthony Bailey, and travelled to Europe as Barnum & Bailey "Greatest Show On Earth" where it toured from 1897 to 1902, impressing other circus owners with its large scale, its touring techniques including the tent and circus train and the combination of circus acts, zoological exhibition and the freak-show. This format was adopted by European circuses at the turn of the 20th century. The influence of the American circus brought about a considerable change in the character of the modern circus. In arenas too large for speech to be easily audible, the traditional comic dialog of the clown assumed a less prominent place than formerly, while the vastly increased wealth of stage properties relegated to the background the old-fashioned equestrian feats, which were replaced by more ambitious acrobatic performances, and by exhibitions of skill, strength and daring, requiring the employment of immense numbers of performers and often of complicated and expensive machinery. The influence of the American circus brought about a considerable change in the character of the modern circus. In arenas too large for speech to be easily audible, the traditional comic dialog of the clown assumed a less prominent place than formerly, while the vastly increased wealth of stage properties relegated to the background the old-fashioned equestrian feats, which were replaced by more ambitious acrobatic performances, and by exhibitions of skill, strength and daring, requiring the employment of immense numbers of performers and often of complicated and expensive machinery. The Russian circus underwent an interesting development in 1919 when Vladimir Lenin nationalised the circus and in 1927 the State University of Circus and Variety Arts, better known as the Moscow Circus School was established where performers were trained using methods developed from the Soviet gymnastics program. When the Russian companies began touring in the 1950s, their performances were impressive and had a significant impact on the way contemporary circus developed as a performing art. In the 1960s and 1970s, the circus began to lose popularity as people became more interested in animal rights and alternative forms of entertainment. Some circuses have stayed afloat by merging with other circus companies. There are numerous circuses that maintain a mix of animal and human performers, these include Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, the Moscow State Circus, Circus Krone from Munich, Circus Royale from Australia and the Big Apple Circus. Circus Circus is a Las Vegas circus themed casino and the largest permanent big top in the world also presents human and animal performances. Cirque Nouveau/New Circus is a performing arts movement that developed in the 1970s, simultaneously in France, Australia the West Coast of the U.S. and the U.K . There are typically no animals used in this type of circus and influences are drawn as much from contemporary culture as from Circus History. Examples include Circus Oz forged in Australia in 1977 from SoapBox Circus and New Circus, both founded in the early 70's, The Pickle Family Circus founded in San Francisco in 1975, and more recently Circus Burlesque from the U.K in 1980 and Nofitstate circus in 1984 from wales, Cirque du Soleil founded Quebec, Canada in 1984, Archaos in 1986, Club Swing in 1994 through to more recent examples such as Quebec's Cirque Eloize, Les Sept Doigts de la Main (Seven Fingers on the Hand), and the West African Circus Baobab in the late 90's. The form includes other circus troupes such as the Cirque Invisible, and Cirque Imaginaire, directed by Victoria Chaplin, granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin the punk Tiger Lillies Circus, Circus Monoxide, acrobat, Dislocate, Rock'n'Roll Circus (now CIRCA), and Throwdown, while The Jim Rose Circus and The Happy Sideshow are both interesting takes on the sideshow. A traditional circus performance is led by a ringmaster who has a role similar to a Master of Ceremonies, the ringmaster presents performers, speaks to the audience, and generally keeps the show moving.
18 Mar 2007
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All Cher wants is to make you happy. But she didn't learn that trait from her ex-husband Sonny. In fact, he didn't teach her much at all. Find out why in our video.
24 Nov 2010
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A young girl sent to live with her father and his new girlfriend discovers creatures in her new home who want to claim her as one of their own.
6 Aug 2010
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Jerri Byrne leads her band of merry models for a burlesque costume competition.
26 Dec 2009
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*******www.PussycatDollsWorkout**** Join Pussycat Dolls creator and world-famous choreographer Robin Antin for the sexiest, most glamorous and fun dance workout youve ever done! Along with the Girls from the Pussycat Lounge Review, Robin will show you simple but striking signature dance moves to hit Pussycat Dolls songs that will help you move with confidence and dance your way to a lean and beautiful body. Featuring Lead Singer Nicole Scherzinger in a Dance Performance. DVD Features Pussycat Dolls Workout Including: • Dance to Dont Cha • Dance to Buttons • Special Burlesque-Style Dance A Look Behind the Pussycat Dolls Workout: • Behind-the-Scenes Footage • Interview with Pussycat Dolls Creator Robin Antin & Pussycat Dolls Lead Singer Nicole Scherzinger If you're ready to achieve the slim, sleek, toned physique of a dancer and feel fierce while youre doing it, this is the puuurrrfect workout! Robin Antin's Pussycat Dolls Workout DVD is now available to buy via *******www.PussycatDollsWorkout****
30 Mar 2010
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Christina Aguilera presents her Golden Globe-nominated song, "Bound to You".
24 Dec 2010
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Produced and Directed by Irving Klaw
24 May 2009
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Take a look at a clip from this new musical.
16 Dec 2010
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Holly Madison the heavy-topped playboy model is apparently well aware of her one marketable asset and has taken out a $1 million insurance policy on her breasts.
1 Oct 2011
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