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il mago riki piega il liverpool! w milan we are the champions!!!!!!!
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A middle-aged slacker living in a rundown, graffiti-ridden slum, Daisatos job involves being shocked by bolts of electricity that transform him into a stocky, stick-wielding giant several stories high who is entrusted with defending Japan from a host of bizarre monsters. But while his predecessors were national heroes, he is a pariah among the citizens he protects, who bitterly complain about the noise and destruction of property he causes. And Daisato has his own problems -an agent insistent on branding him with sponsor advertisements, an Alzheimer-afflicted grandfather who transforms into a giant in dirty underwear, and a family who is embarrassed by his often cowardly exploits. A wickedly deadpan spin on the giant Japanese superhero, BIG MAN JAPAN is an outrageous portrait of a pathetic but truly unique hero.
Genre: Comedy, Foreign
Director: Hitosi Matumoto
Cast: Hitosi Matumoto, Riki Takeuchi, Ua, Ryunosuke Kamiki, Itsuji Itao
In theaters: Coming Soon
Copyright © 2009 Magnolia Pictures
What makes the 'Legends Football League' all the more ridiculous is that, this year, it changed its name from the 'Lingerie Football League' because chairman Mitchell S Mortaza felt its uniforms and image were hurting its credibility.
For those not aware of this phenomenon, it involves seven-a-side teams of scantily-clad women playing full-contact American Football. Starting as throwaway half-time entertainment for Super Bowl viewers, it gained in popularity to become established as a fully-fledged 'sport' of its own.
Whatever your personal views of the objectification of women for entertainment purposes (I'll return to that later), the LFL is degrading -- not to the women involved (who are just happy for the attention), but to the sport. Watch the video and you'll see what I mean.
Ogom Chijindu of the LA Temptation (yes, really) celebrated what was actually a powerful, physical tackle on her opponent Riki Creger-Zier of the Seattle Mists by shaking her rear end on her opponent's helmet. The dance move is called twerking, which the Urban Dictionary defines as 'the rhythmic gyrating of the lower fleshy extremeities in a lascivious manner with the intent to elicit sexual arousal or laughter in one's intended audience'. Either intent probably doesn't belong in sport.
I have no problem with the getting of Crunk in the correct context, but a time when the NFL is on a broad charm offensive in order to boost its global popularity, the wider display of such garbage (and in terms of sporting level, it's of as much value as an episode of Gladiators) surely only harms the sport.
Does this variation on America's Game serve in any way to boost its popularity? You have to feel not -- its target demographic is, by the LFL's own admission, "beer drinking college students aged 21 and up", although I would lower the age range significantly (US drinking laws forbid associating teenagers with boozy frat-boy antics, but that is patently the intent).
All very well -- but that demographic is already gridiron loyalist territory. There is no clear commercial value beyond half-time entertainment, milking an already over-flowing teat, if you'll forgive the analogy.
Surely the promotion of women playing Football could be used to draw in more female viewers? I fail to see how the LFL fills that brief.
Women's soccer (apologies for the term, but we have to distinguish between the two) and cricket have been taken significant strides in recent years, precisely because calls from dinosaurs such as Sepp Blatter for players to wear skimpier outfits were ignored.
Surely forcing LFL players to jiggle their booties in scanty 'performance wear' merely undermines these efforts? Surely fining them for over-dressing (as has been reported) simply reinforces the stereotype that women can't play sports?
And here is the crux of the LFL's problem. The objectification of women in American Football is, as followers of US affairs will be aware, a hugely sore point at the moment.
The shocking recent case in Steubenville, Ohio, saw two High School Football stars jailed for getting teenage girl blind-drunk before subjecting her to a gruesome, night-long rape and sexual assault, which they gleefully documented and shared on mobile phones.
The case exposed a culture in Football where teenaged prospects, even before the trappings and wealth of NFL stardom, act with impunity, brushing off serious sexual misconduct as mere horseplay. Their coach thought it was all fun and games, apparently happy to let such 'japes' slide so long as they did the business on the pitch.
It is a culture not just restricted to Football -- the similarly-named game we Europeans play has its fair share of such incident -- but to all-male team sports where personal and social education are de-prioritised to the extent that illiteracy and a lack of comprehension of personal responsibility are far from the exception, if not the rule.
For the game's organisers to deem such a spectacle appropriate is irresponsible -- the buck, frankly, should stop at cheerleaders. The level of athleticism in US female sports is high enough that a genuine Football product can be packaged and sold as a sporting event.
And really, if semi-clad women engaged in full contact are your thing, there are plenty of age-restricted websites "beer drinking college students" can peruse.
Drama and Thriller
Star Angelina Jolie, Amy Ryan, John Malkovich, Jeffrey Donovan, Riki Lindhome
Directed Clint Eastwood
Produced Tim Moore, James Whitaker, Ron Howard
sadistic brutal violence images,
Garret Dillahunt, Martha MacIsaac, Riki Lindhome, Tony Goldwyn, Monica Potter
Ray Haboush, Wes Craven, Marianne Maddalena
Suspense, Horror and Remake
Big Man Japan movie trailer
Hitoshi Matsumoto ... Masaru Daisatô / Dai-Nihonjin
Riki Takeuchi ... Haneru-no-jû
Ua ... Manager Kobori
Ryûnosuke Kamiki ... Warabe-no-jû
Haruka Unabara ... Shimeru-no-jû
Tomoji Hasegawa ... Interviewer / Director
Itsuji Itao ... Female Niou-no-jû
Hiroyuki Miyasako ... Stay With Me
Takayuki Haranishi ... Male Niou-no-jû
Daisuke Miyagawa ... Super Justice
Takuya Hashimoto ... Midon
Donovan is a folk singer who has racked up many Top-40 hits. Some include Mellow Yellow, Sunshine Superman, Epistle to Dippy, There is a Mountain, Wear Your Love Like Heaven, Hurdy Gurdy Man, Jennifer Juniper, Lalea, Atlantis and Riki Tiki Tavi. He also worked in collaboration to write Yellow Submarine with The Beatles.
This Sunday, April 18th at 9am Only on A&E's Private Sessions: PRIVATE SESSIONS GOES METAL WITH TWISTED SISTER: Dee Snider, Jay Jay French, Eddie "The Fingers" Ojeda, Mark "The Animal" Mendoza, and A.J. Pero! Dee Snider sits down with host Lynn Hoffman to talk family, friends, music, and metal. Cause let's face it, as Dee would say; "If it ain't metal- It's crap!" Don't miss exclusive performances of "I Wanna Rock," "We're Not Gonna Take It," "The Price," "Thirty," and a special xmas treat, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" Plus surprise guests Bobby Brown, Lita Ford, Eddie Trunk, and fellow Headbanger, Riki Rachtman drop by to ask Dee a question.
Diet Coke and Mentos go boom! I guess Riki didn't have a childhood...
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Io , il Becca e il riky in giro per NIZZA...
james and riky embark in a epic series of events to clean their neibor hood of illegal mexicans
Mmm... maybe it's shounen-ai (slash).
Plot: Riki is a dreamer. But his godfather don't like this. Especially Riki's imaginary friend , Samurai Yohei. But the Godfather doesn't know that this "Samurai" exists not only in his godson's head) It is a real person...
P.S. Black-and-white color in this clip represents Riki's dreams. Color... color - a reality))
" This is the story of my life....These are the lies I have created...."
Music: 1) 30 Seconds to Mars - The Story
2) Bosson - A little more time
Ideazione artistica e musicale: Riccardo Puglisi e Fabrizio Festa
Regia: Arturo Cannistrà
Realizzazione coreografica: Aulòs danza Rimini
Direzione artistica street dancers: Denis Di Pasqua
Coreografie: Simone Alberti, Arturo Cannistrà, Denis Di Pasqua, Fabrizio Lolli, Matteo Pietranera
Musiche:Lorenzo Agnifili, Remo Baldi, Fabrizio Festa, Alberto Fiori, Raniero Gaspari, Lorenzo Meo, Giulia Monducci, Simone Santini
Sound design: Damiano Meacci
Carmen: Greta Gibellini (Sala laboratorio - Modena)
Don José: Marco Migliaccio (Mnais - Hdemy Cru)
Micaela: Alessia Favero (Yessai Squad)
Escamillo: Carlos Kamizele (Gardez la Flow - Break the Funk)
Lei: Antonella Franceschini
Lui: Gabriele Duma
Mnais: Raimondo Sacchetta "Mommo", Mattia Busco "Matti", Riccardo Grilli "Riky"
Gardez la Flow: Arianna Martina "Ary", Michela Bonifacio "Missy M", Letizia Zezza "Babyflow", Marco Caputo "Cap"
Fabulous Childs: Alberto Cecchini "Alby", Gian Luca Ceccarini "Noccio"
Kingz of the Beats (Aulos Danza -- Rimini): Samuele Albani "Sam", Nicolas Buldrini "Buldro", Marco Caputo "Cap", Gian Luca Ceccarini "Noccio", Alberto Cecchinì"Alby", Alexandro "Michael" Chiacchio, Simone Livi, Giansiro Gasperi "Giansy", Manuel Pioggia "Manu", Letizia Zezza "Babyflow"
Hip Hop Groove (Dance Nation - Ferrara): Sara Poletti, Giulia Magnani, Marta Rosatti, Federica Figuccio, Giulia Rizzati, Stefy Marici, Giulia Bernardi, Annapaola Chiarelli
Compagnia giovani danzatori Aulòs: Fabio Angelini, Silvia Bracci, Marco Caputo, Micaela De Nicola, Giansiro Gasperi, Matteo Martina, Carlotta Mignani, Laura Missiroli, Valentina Pagliarini, Luigi Salvemini, Federica Vitali
Scenografo realizzatore: Stefano Iannetta
Datore luci: Daniele Naldi
Prima rappresentazione: Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Martedì 1 aprile 2008
Edizioni musicali: DryCastle Records
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