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« Reply #60 on: December 01, 2008, 11:06:54 pm »

Top 10 Searches for 2008


http://buzz.yahoo.com/yearinreview2008/top10/


1. Britney Spears



The singer's steep trajectory to redemption restored her to the top of searches. Her year began with a police visit, hospital stay, and psych evaluation. She returned under her father's shelter and, by summer, settled custody with her ex. Professionally, she guested on a sitcom, won thrice at the MTV Video Music Awards, broke records with "Womanizer," relaunched her site, and released a documentary detailing her fall and comeback...by age 27.



2. WWE



A June explosion destroyed a World Wrestling Entertainment stage and "injured" chairman Vince McMahon, unleashing a sweaty soap opera of chaos that included his kids appealing for cooperation in difficult times. The stunt could've symbolized the sporting empire's battles against the economy's fall and mixed martial arts' rise. WWE produced more events, video games, and movies to make up for fewer paying fans, and faithfuls kept track online to maintain its Top 2 status.



3. Barrack Obama



The Illinois junior senator faced two hard-fought contests and nearly won a third—although toppling Britney Spears wasn't on his list. He entered 2008 as a relative newcomer on the national scene and ended the year as president-elect. His campaign defied political wisdom and made history at every turn. His Web strategy set the groundwork to make him the first wired president and, in an unprecedented Search surge, landed him at No. 3.



4. Miley Cyrus



Before 2008, the singer/actress had been better known—and searched—by her Disney persona, Hannah Montana. She appeared on shows like "Idol Gives Back" as Cyrus, but true name recognition came with scandal: a Vanity Fair spread featuring the 15-year-old seemingly wrapped only in a bedsheet. Savvy Cyrus apologized, survived, and closed down Disneyland for a 16th birthday charity bash, and ended up at No. 4.



5. RuneScape



The multi-player role-playing game's international popularity rests on its cheap access, ability to run on older computers, and compelling play. Its underground success has even led to a real black market, trading actual cash for RuneScape gold—and controversial restrictions to stop it. A new boss, graphics, and touted player-versus-player combat release signal the company's power play to step up in the RPG battle...and take hold at No. 5.



6. Jessica Alba



Her movies fared none too well, following 2007 missteps that got her three Razzie Worst Actress nominations. Still, she earned Best Movie Actress at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and No. 6 in searches, buoyed by her wedding and baby Honor Marie (who earned a reported $1.5 million in her OK! mag debut). The pregnant pause may have given her impetus to switch to more serious roles—something to watch for in 2009.



7. Naruto



The manga. The game. The anime. Whatever form Naruto Uzumaki takes, the awkward but accomplished young graduate of the Ninja Academy remains the Web's most popular fictional character in seventh place. His peers and enemies also command their own followings, but the complex tale of Naruto (whose name translates to "maelstrom"), the orphaned misfit who craves recognition, resonates with its generation of fans.



8. Lindsay Lohan



At No. 8, the actress made stumbling progress back from rehab, revolving-door relationships, and rejected roles. On the upside, she settled down (with a monogamous twist), blogged about politics, and recreated Marilyn Monroe's photo shoot. On the downside, she got booted from "Ugly Betty" and as World Music Awards host. Lohan has had celebs testifying to her talent, but a true comeback may have to wait for 2009.



9. Angelina Jolie



Leading power lists in Forbes and even Guinness World Records, the actress took her place among Hollywood's elite. "Delicate" condition aside, she underscored her image as a tough-dame throwback with a 21st-century vibe. She earned box-office bucks as an assassin and cartoon tigress, Oscar cred in "Changeling," and karma by donating her and Brad Pitt's twins' $14 mil pictorial payout to charity—moves that muscled her in at No. 9.



10. American Idol



Judges kept declaring its 2008 singers their best ever, but while the Fox reality show ruled ratings, an audience decline since 2007 sent producers into a fit of self-examination. In a season beset with complaints, "Idol" had the last laugh with a smashing finale and iTunes recordbreaker. The show also got "cougar" into household vernacular, unlikely credit for exposing youth to the democratic process, and a top Search 10 nod once again.
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Re: --- Movies/Cinema Article & News ---
« Reply #61 on: December 01, 2008, 11:09:53 pm »

20 Current Box Office Lists


1.    Titanic
2.    The Dark Knight
3.    Star Wars
4.    Shrek 2
5.    Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
6.    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
7.    Spider-Man
8.    The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
9.    Spider-Man 2
10.    The Passion of the Christ
11.    Jurassic Park
12.    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
13.    Finding Nemo
14.    Spider-Man 3
15.    Forrest Gump
16.    Shrek the Third
17.    Transformers
18.    Iron Man
19.    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone
20.    Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

film favorit semua orang sepanjang masa :D
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Re: --- Movies/Cinema Article & News ---
« Reply #62 on: December 08, 2008, 12:08:33 pm »

Twilight Director Not Returning for Sequel



Catherine Hardwicke delivered the biggest opening weekend ever for a female film director—not to mention Robert Pattinson to the screaming fans—but it doesn't look like she'll be getting the chance to top that record with the next Twilight film.

The helmer has parted ways with the series. The story broke today on Nikki Finke's Deadline Hollywood Daily, and by Sunday night Variety had a statement from the director.

"I am sorry that due to timing I will not have the opportunity to direct New Moon," said Hardwicke. "Directing Twilight has been one of the great experiences of my life, and I am grateful to the fans for their passionate support of the film. I wish everyone at Summit the best with the sequel—it is a great story."

So it is. Considering all the elements that went into the film—a successful series of novels, an attractive cast and, of course, teen vampirism—does this seem like a decision that might put the series in jeopardy, or is it just par for the course in Hollywood? Sound off!
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« Reply #63 on: December 09, 2008, 12:24:30 am »

mungkinkah catherine mundur karena jadwal tayang new moon yg 2009???
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Re: --- Movies/Cinema Article & News ---
« Reply #64 on: December 14, 2008, 03:47:48 am »

The 100 Worst Movies of 2008 according to Times

100: The Hottie & The Nottie
99: Sex and the City
98: The Incredible Hulk
97: Wanted
96: My Blueberry Nights
95: Easy Virtue
94: Zack and Miri Make a Porno
93: Hannah Montana
92: The Oxford Murders
91: Mister Lonely
90: The X-Files: I Want to Believe
89: Fine, Totally Fine
88: The Good Night
87: Leatherheads
86: The Bank Job
85: Penelope
84: Speed Racer
83: Cassandra's Dream
82: The Romance of Astrea and Celadon
81: City of Ember
80: 10,000 BC
79: Flawless
78: Taken
77: Jumper
76: The Chaser
75: Ghost Town
74: Nights in Rodanthe
73: Prom Night
72: Vantage Point
71: 21
70: Diary of the Dead
69: Pineapple Express
68: Made of Honour
67: Brideshead Revisited
66: Forgetting Sarah Marshall
65: Mirrors
64: Redbelt
63: Get Smart
62: Death Defying Acts
61: Freebird
60: Steep
59: The House Bunny
58: Priceless
57: The Eye
56: 27 Dresses
55: The Lost City
54: Back to Normandy
53: Flashbacks of a Fool
52: Shutter
51: Step Up 2 the Streets
50: Dan In Real Life
49: Babylon AD
48: Street Kings
47: Body of Lies
46: Untraceable
45: Then She Found Me
44: Four Christmases
43: Botched
42: The Air I Breath
41: Fools Gold
40: Superhero Movie
39: Max Payne
38: Incendiary
37: The Accidental Husband
36: Make It Happen
35: The Rocker
34: Teeth
33: Strange Wilderness
32: Irina Palm
31: One Two Three
30: The Strangers
29: A Bloody Aria
28: Choke
27: Outpost
26: Cashback
25: Funny Games
24: Space Chimps
23: The Women
22: Lady Godiva
21: To Get To Heaven, First You Have To Die
20: GamerZ
19: The Foot Fist Way
18: Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins
17: The Bucket List
16: The Baker
15: Death Race
14: Swing Vote
13: Mutant Chronicles
12: Eagle Eye
11: Rambo

10: Alien vs Predator: Requiem
"A wrist-slittingly awful addition to the Alien and Predator franchises. Surely it can’t fall much farther. Legions of human extras are eaten or thrown around the set like cannon fodder. Mindless" - James Christopher

9: Righteous Kill
"The teaming together of De Niro and Pacino for some serious screen time together certainly is an event — one you must miss. The best thing that can be said about this film is that you get to see two living legends fall on their faces for the price of one" - Cosmo Landesman

8: Love in the Time of Cholera
"This adaptation of Gabriel GarcÍa Márquez’s novel is offensively boring. The entire cast speaks broken English like Manuel in Fawlty Towers" - James Christopher

7: Semi-Pro
"Will Ferrell’s movie success is a mystery to many of us – with his dead little eyes and air of Saturday Night Live self-regard, he’s hard to like, let alone laugh at" - Peter Whittle

6: 88 Minutes
"There are so many things wrong with this Al Pacino vehicle that it’s difficult to know where to start. The fact that it’s nearly 30 minutes longer than the title suggests is as pertinent a place as any" - Wendy Ide

5: Star Wars: The Clone Wars
"The latest instalment of George Lucas’s interminable franchise has the charm of a cash machine. This noisy animated feature is set in a galaxy that isn’t far away enough" - James Christopher

4: First Sunday
"The least funny man ever to make a career in comedy movies, Ice Cube hauls his sullen mug back in front of the cameras for this execrable movie. A new low, even for Ice Cube" - Wendy Ide

3: Never Back Down
"Reveals a genuinely repugnant validation of street violence, a palpable hatred of women, and the worst aspects of crass barrel-scraping Hollywood studio movie-making. Then again, maybe you just had to be in the right mood. Or a Nazi" - Kevin Maher

2: Meet the Spartans
"If Hollywood is really serious about saving the environment, perhaps it should stop polluting it with toxic waste. Barely a movie, more a barf of total idiocy, this spoof of 300 sets its intellectual sights lower than a swamp of primordial soup" - Wendy Ide

1: Disaster Movie
"It could be the first great mainstream art experiment. Or, perhaps, since the opening word of dialogue is “Shit!”, the jokes are mostly about it, and the characters are regularly covered in it, it is more likely that the movie itself is just, well..." - Kevin Maher
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« Reply #65 on: December 14, 2008, 07:30:36 am »

Koq ga ada Twilight? [biggrin]
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« Reply #66 on: December 14, 2008, 07:58:28 am »

yaelah filmnya om james mcavoy masuk 100 besar. ada dua pisan... [hammer] [hammer]
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« Reply #67 on: December 14, 2008, 08:01:42 am »

Sedih degh...koq speed racer ma Hulk masuk...Hikz56  :'(
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« Reply #68 on: December 14, 2008, 11:13:09 am »

Koq ga ada Twilight? [biggrin]

bagus dong,ngajak perang beneran nih si mer [biggrin]
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« Reply #69 on: December 14, 2008, 04:59:29 pm »

Wew, kalo diliat memang TW banyak kurangnya kan? Bahkan mendingan JUMPER. Special Effect juga keren!

walau gue ga terlalu suka twilight .. tapi klo ama jumper, mendingan twilight dong !! ...
jumper mah parahh ...

btw kok ga ada tropic thunder ? ...wkaakakkaka
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