This Disney film poster for Freaky Friday is a different style to what you'd normally expect from Disney. I think they have targetting teens in this design, succeeding also. The imagery used gives hints to the film and title, showing the mother and daughter wearing the opposit outfits. The background suggests a hypnotising sense which also suggests a hint. I think this is a clever, modern film poster design that doesn't give off too much but will enable the public to want to see it.
"The Ruins" - A group of friends whose leisurely Mexican holiday takes a turn for the worse when they, along with a fellow tourist embark on a remote archaeological dig in the jungle, where something evil lives among the ruins. Image and info credit: IMDb.
Super au début, mais s'épuise vers la fin... On a l'impression que Luc Besson voulait surtout mettre en spectacle les pouvoirs fantasmés d'un cerveau super évolué. Mais ce spectacle est super, vraiment!
Here are over 70 video clips to teach the different zones. All clips are already broken up into the corresponding zone. Many of the clips are from recent movies (to help with student buy-in and entertain while teaching). The clips are all only a few minutes long so they dont take up too much time and can be fit into a short time period.
Again this is a very different type of ghost film it's unique in the similar sense that The Woman In Black is that he has a fascinating story. Also it's captivating until the end and unlike most ghost films there is quite a lot of different emotions shown in the film .For example, there's stages in the film where this obvious christmas joy and then a real low of scrooge reflecting on his sad life.