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First, the Motion Picture Association of America's (MPAA) film-rating system is voluntary and not enforced by law. Still, most theaters in the United States enforce the ratings and don't let children under 17 into R-rated films without a parent or legal guardian. So it's really up to a child actor's parents whether or not they're allowed to see an R-rated ...


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Apparently Keanu Reeves, after the Matrix experience, got hooked on Martial Arts. But as far as the movie is concerned, we're talking about choreography (you learn moves as when you do with dancing). According to The Matrix FAQ on Imdb: The actors that were hired had some kind of physical background; Carrie Anne-Moss was a dancer and Keanu Reeves used ...


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No, Jackie Chan was not in this film. This character in your photo is indeed Chang Sing (or at least one of them) but Jackie Chan is not credited as any of them. The credit list for this role (from IMDb) is as follows: James Lew - Chang Sing #1 Jim Lau -Chang Sing #2 Kenny Endoso - Chang Sing #3 (as Ken Endoso) Stuart Quan - Chang Sing #4 Gary Toy - Chang ...


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There are several reasons: Reginald Tate died in 1955, roughly two weeks after it was announced that the second Quatermass series would be created. John Robinson was not available for the third Quatermass film and he also had a great deal of difficulty during the second film with the dialogue. Brian Donlevy was a major American star at the time and the ...


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Most Popular People Credited in "Pleasantville (1998)" And Credited in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 TV Series)" There are 13 more names (in addition to the three you spotted) in common. A handful are crew and one is just stuntwork, but I hope this helps.


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I finally found it. What I did was to go to Wikipedia and search using the following queries: actor bryan actor brian actor bryan -199 actor bryan death actor brian death Not surprisingly, they all had plenty of hits, so I used the 500-results-per-page option and scanned down looking for key terms like death, -199, and actor (and of ...


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Katharine Hepburn's tremors in On Golden Pond were real. She developed essential tremors, a disease that can affect the extremities by causing them to involuntarily shake in varying degrees. Per a website specializing in health-related information for older adults: "...her tremulous voice and the persistent involuntary movement of her head, ...


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Anna Faris wasn't just the leading actress, she also pitched the idea and served as an executive producer, so she certainly knew early on what she was getting herself into. About getting in the right shape: Faris worked with her trainer and pilates instructor, Nicole Stuart, six days a week, ran a minimum of three miles per day and maintained a very ...


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It's actually an anthology, consisting of about a dozen short sketches. It had a budget of $6 million. Co-director Peter Farelly explains: ...it did take a few years because of the way Charlie Wessler produced it along with John Penotti and myself and from the beginning, they knew the only way to do this was to be able to work with the actor's ...


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In short most of them are Wessler's friend and second its due to Wessler's attitude of “Wait for them. Shoot when they want to shoot. Guilt them to death.” For long read the below mentioned Wikipedia summary It took years for Wessler to recruit his actors for the film. He says that he was turned down plenty of times because all the actors were ...


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Hepburn developed what's known as Essential Tremors http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_tremor. It's a neurological disorder that often causes tremors of the hands and arms but can also cause tremors of the head and neck. It is thought to be passed genetically.


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It is the same character, Tran, in Vietnam and in China. The connection is easy to miss - I've watched this film a million times and just caught this for the first time today. Near the end of the film, when Muir is arranging the rescue with Duncan, he mentions to Duncan that Bishop had an old friend on the "Sideshow" op (Commander Wiley's op) going on near ...


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Bill Seward played a news anchor in the film (uncredited) - is this who you think you saw? Alternatively, Mitchell Fink is uncredited but plays a reporter in the film - ring any bells?


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The actress is Bai Ling. Answer was found on Google Play. You may recognize her from her role as Miss East in Wild Wild West (1999), the Mysterious Woman in Sky Captain and The World of Tomorrow, or perhaps as Achara from the Lost episode, season 3 episode 9 titled Stranger in a Strange Land.


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Speaking in a interview, Roja once commented what will Kamal Haasan's films will have other than kissing scenes with heroines and that's the reason she never got the chance to work with the versatile actor. - english.tupaki.com Roja was once asked what was her feelings working for the first time with Rajinikanth in the movie ‘Ulaipali’ during a ...


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To add on to what Alenanno said: This is the case for almost any movie. With any of these movies you're seeing choreographed fights, not actual fights. They're more dance than fighting, there's 0 or near 0 actual physical contact, little/no improvisation, it's all heavily planned out for visual effect. Each punch, kick, block, was planned and known to all ...



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