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Enjoy a warm welcome to diving in The Sultanate of Oman with this tourism destination film! See the whole video at: *******sn.im/hvmix
23 Jul 2009
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H2 Movie Trailer - Halloween 2 - HQ 2009 No one saw this one coming, folks--yet another film in the Final Destination franchise hits theatres this August. An all too familiar advance premonition of a fatal racing accident gives a handful of young friends a second chance at life. But Death doesn't like people who cheat the system, even inadvertently, and so the young friends find their second chances are all too easily revoked. Is this one going to break the trend of steadily slumping Final Destination films? Or do you wish this one really WAS the final one? Leave a comment below and let us know, and thanks for watching! H2 movie trailer is provided by Dimension Filmes and The Weinstein Company. The H2 movie arrives in theaters August 28, 2009.
23 Jun 2009
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The Final Destination Movie Trailer For more videos visit *******www.clevver**** No one saw this one coming, folks--yet another film in the Final Destination franchise hits theatres this August. An all too familiar advance premonition of a fatal racing accident gives a handful of young friends a second chance at life. But Death doesn't like people who cheat the system, even inadvertently, and so the young friends find their second chances are all too easily revoked. Is this one going to break the trend of steadily slumping Final Destination films? Or do you wish this one really WAS the final one? Leave a comment below and let us know, and thanks for watching! The Final Destination movie trailer is provided by New Line Cinema. The Final Destination movie opens in US theaters on August 28, 2009. The Final Destination movie stars Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, Krista Allen, Mykelti Williamson, Haley Webb, Nick Zano, Andrew Fiscella, and Richard T. Jones.
29 Jul 2009
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This October, we're going to see something I thought we would never see again-- the return of blaxploitation. No, really, I thought this was gone forever. Even after the Shaft remake, I figured it was gone for good. Called a spoof in the best tradition of Airplane, Black Dynamite features the film's writer, Michael Jai White, as the title character in pursuit of The Man. The Man, an amorphous local figure who not only killed Black Dynamite's brother, but also ran heroin through orphanages, and tainted malt liquor throughout the ghetto. Now, Black Dynamite's got a chance for both revenge and justice, as he pursues The Man all the way to a climactic final battle. Check out the trailer. Racist? Sexist? Both? Or just good old fashioned parody romp? Who's going to be laughing when this one comes out, and who's going to be filing lawsuits? Hit the comments section below to talk about this controversial new title, and thanks for watching. Black Dynamite Cast: Miguel Núñez, Obba Babatunde, Kevin Chapman, Tommy Davidson, Richard Edson, Arsenio Hall, Darrel Heath, Buddy Lewis, Brian McKnight, Byron Minns, James McManus, Phil Morris, Miguel Nunez, Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Tucker Smallwood, John Salley, Chris Spencer, Mike Starr, Nicole Sullivan, Kym Whitley, Mykelti Williamson, Bokeem Woodbine, Cedric Yarbrough, Roger Yuan Black Dynamite movie trailer courtesy Destination Films. Black Dynamite opens in US theaters October 16th, 2009. Black Dynamite is directed by Scott Sanders.
7 Nov 2009
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*******Twitter****/ClevverTV - Follow Us! *******Facebook****/ClevverTV - Click LIke! Kristen Stewart is getting rave reviews for this powerful new drama. Welcome to the Rileys hits theaters on November 5th, 2010. Cast: James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, Kristen Stewart WELCOME TO THE RILEYS is a powerful drama about finding hope in the most unusual of places. Once a happily married and loving couple, Doug and Lois Riley (James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo) have grown apart since losing their teenage daughter eight years prior. Leaving his agoraphobic wife behind to go on a business trip to New Orleans, Doug meets a 17-year-old runaway (Kristen Stewart) and the two form a platonic bond. For Lois and Doug, what initially appears to be the final straw that will derail their relationship, turns out to be the inspiration they need to renew their marriage. Welcome to the Rileys trailer courtesy Samuel Goldwyn Films and Destination Films.
24 Jun 2011
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*******bit.ly/clevvermovies - Click to Subscribe! *******Facebook****/ClevverMovies - Become a Fan! *******Twitter****/ClevverMovies - Follow Us! Final Destination 5 hits theaters on August 12th, 2011. In "Final Destination 5," Death is just as omnipresent as ever, and is unleashed after one man's premonition saves a group of coworkers from a terrifying suspension bridge collapse. But this group of unsuspecting souls was never supposed to survive, and, in a terrifying race against time, the ill-fated group frantically tries to discover a way to escape Death's sinister agenda. The second of the Final Destination films to be shot in 3D, "Final Destination 5" is directed by Steven Quale, marking his major feature film directorial debut. The screenplay was written by Eric Heisserer. The film brings together an ensemble cast, including Nicholas D'Agosto ("Fired Up!," TV's "Heroes"), Emma Bell ("Frozen," TV's "The Walking Dead"), Miles Fisher (TV's "Mad Men" and "Gossip Girl"), Arlen Escarpeta ("Friday the 13th"), with David Koechner ("The Office," "Anchorman") and "Final Destination" franchise icon Tony Todd ("Hatchet II"). Rounding out the cast are Courtney B. Vance (TV's "Flash Forward," "ER"), P.J. Byrne ("Dinner for Schmucks"), Ellen Wroe (TV's "Huge") and Jacqueline MacInnes-Wood (TV's "The Bold and the Beautiful"). Producers Craig Perry and Warren Zide return for the fifth time, working with executive producers Sheila Hanahan Taylor, Erik Holmberg, Richard Brener, Walter Hamada and Dave Neustadter. Collaborating with Quale behind the scenes are director of photography Brian Pearson ("Drive Angry 3D," "My Bloody Valentine 3D"); production designer David R. Sandefur ("Repo Men," "Journey to the Center of the Earth"); editor Eric Sears ("Shooter") and costume designer Jori Woodman ("Eight Below"). The music is by Brian Tyler. New Line Cinema presents, a Practical Pictures/Zide Pictures production, "Final Destination 5," opening August 12, 2011. The film will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company. Final Destination 5 trailer courtesy Warner Bros. Pictures/New Line Cinema.
25 Aug 2011
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Watch the original trailer first: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=Yo4t8PeqJ6E This is a parody we made of the new Dragonball evolution movie trailer, coming soon in 2009. It's not the regular kind of video we usually make, but lets try something new this time. "like" us: *******www.facebook****/bagestudios We want to answer some questions that will be asked to us after this trailer spoof/parody: 1) No, we don't like dragon ball (but still don't hate it)- just wanted to make this for some reason. 2) We're not against the movie, we don't care about it, and we're prop not gonna watch it. 3) don't ask us. If you want to contact us, please do it throw our email (tobiasbagestudios****) because we can't answer messages from youtube. Some info about the orginal movie: Dragonball Evolution, tentatively titled Dragonball, is an upcoming 2009 American live-action film adaptation of the Dragon Ball media franchise being produced by 20th Century Fox. The story centers around the adventures of the lead character, Goku, from his childhood into adulthood. The film began development in 2002, and is directed by James Wong and produced by Stephen Chow. It is scheduled for release on April 8, 2009. Actor Justin Chatwin was cast as Goku, and James Marsters will be portraying Lord Piccolo, the antagonist of the film. In March 2002, 20th Century Fox acquired feature film rights to the Dragon Ball franchise.[14] In June 2004, Ben Ramsey, who wrote The Big Hit, was paid $500,000 to adapt Dragon Ball Z.[15] In 2007, James Wong and Stephen Chow were announced as director and producer respectively, and the project was retitled Dragonball: Evolution. Wong rewrote the script.[2] The first full color image of Justin Chatwin as Goku was released in the 24th issue of Weekly Young Jump.[16] Chow was a Dragon Ball fan, citing its "airy and unstrained story [which] leaves much room for creation", but explained he would only serve as producer because he believes that he should only direct stories he had created.[7] 87Eleven, the stunt performance company that worked on The Matrix and 300, is working on the film.[2] Ariel Shaw, who worked on Wong's entries in the Final Destination series and 300, is visual effects supervisor.[17] Robert MacLachlan, who also worked on Wong's Final Destination films, serves as cinematographer.[18] Shooting began on December 3, 2007[19] in Mexico City, Mexico. Locations included the Universidad Tecnológica de México.[20] From January 2, 2008[20] the crew shot at Durango. The crew will move to Estado de México in March for some shots at Nevado de Toluca.[17] Shooting is also scheduled at Los Angeles, California.[9] In adapting the Dragon Ball manga, the futuristic cities were kept, however, the anthropomorphic creatures and talking animals (such as Turtle, Oolong and Puar) were dropped.[21] Many of the locations are very Oriental,[22] and there will be some Aztec influence too, particularly from their temples.[23] It was thought that Rossum would wear a blue wig to resemble her anime counterpart, but due to some promotional images, it was turned out that she would not be wearing a blue wig. Instead she will have her natural brown with a blue streak down the middle of her hair. Chatwin will not wear a wig as the director felt Chatwin's hair resembled Goku's.[22] A large amount of Dragonball: Evolution was shot in an abandoned jeans factory, also located in Durango, Mexico.[24] Dragonball Evolution special effects are being done by Amalgamated Dynamics, while the visual effects are being done by Ollin Studios, Zoic Studios, and Imagine Engine. The film will also have the anime style of fighting in Dragon Ball Z, such as chi energy blasts and auras. On December 9, 2008 it was confirmed that the theme song will be "Rule" by Japanese pop icon Ayumi Hamasaki. The choice was because director James Wong wanted the movie adaptation of a manga/anime born in Japan to be sung by a Japanese person and was particularly impressed with Hamasaki. "Rule" will be used as the theme song for every country's release. The film was originally slated to be named Dragonball, however on December 10, 2008 a trailer was released using the name Dragonball Evolution and Fox licensed the domain name "DragonballEvolutionMovie****" indicating the film had been renamed.
9 Nov 2011
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A Remake of the chase sequence from the Movie "Thomas and the Magic Railroad" With thanks to RaytheTrainEngine for the viaduct route and UnknownThomasFan1 for the Restored Footage, Also to JH55000 for Diesel 10 and Sk123 for Lady! Enjoy! :D All rights For Magic Railroad go to Sony (Destination Films) All Rights for Thomas Go to HiT Entertainment Ltd This Video has been fan made and i own nothing
31 Jan 2012
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A Thomas & Friends story. Diesel 10 comes back once again, determine to wipe out steam. He, along with Splatter and Dodge, as well as Diesel, 'Arry and Bert attack Tidmouth Sheds several times, but always unsuccessful. This story takes place between Thomas & the Magic Railroad, and the 6th season of Thomas & Friends. There is also an extended version of this film in five parts, rather than two. An interesting element of this film is Mr. Boomer, a new villain based on a major villain of the original version of Thomas & the Magic Railroad with a similar name, (PT Boomer) who was cut due to being deemed too scary for young children. DISCLAIMER: I don't own the rights to Thomas & Friends, they belong to Hit Entertainment, and Destination Films.
16 May 2012
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