I like watching movies very much. My favorite movie is Iron Man
A special version of the Robert Downey Jr.-starrer has been made for the Chinese market, with the increased number of significant Chinese elements. A joint statement from Marvel and DMG Entertainment, the film's Chinese distributor, reads: "Renowned Chinese actor Wang Xueqi will appear in both the studio's Chinese version of the film and in its international and domestic US version. Both versions of the film include 'Iron Man 3' footage filmed in Beijing in December. The Chinese version of the film will also feature a special appearance of China's top actress, Fan Bingbing, and will offer specially prepared bonus footage made exclusively for the Chinese audience."
One wonders how the Chinese audience will respond to the film's villain, The Mandarin. As described by the film's co-writer and director Shane Black to Yahoo! Movies, the character, played by Ben Kingsley, is no longer Chinese, as he was in the comics, but "draws a cloak around him of Chinese symbols and dragons because it represents his obsessions with Sun Tzu in various ancient arts of warfare that he studied."
Perhaps this special Chinese version is a way of appeasing a very large portion of the international market?
『贰』 介绍一本书或电影(英文) 急....!!!
My favorite movie is Love Me Once More,Mom.This is a moving story about a mother and her son.The son was lost one day and the mother was so worried that she looked for him everywhere,but she couldn't find him.She was very sad and almost went mad.In the end,the son found his mother .But they don't know each other. I cried when I saw the movie.All people say it is so moving.The mother is so good and the son is so lovely.I like th e little boy.He makes me strong.I like it very much.It is my favorite. 我最喜欢的电影 我最喜欢的电影是妈妈再爱我一次。这是一个关于母亲与儿子之间的感人故事。有一天，那个儿子丢了，母亲很担心并且到处去寻找他，但是她怎么也找不到他了。母亲很悲伤几乎要发疯了。在最后，儿子找到了他的母亲，但是他们彼此都不认识了。 每每看这部电影我都会哭。所有的人都说它很感人。那个妈妈如此的好儿子如此的可爱。我喜欢那个小男孩。他使我学会了坚强。我很喜欢这部电影。它是我的最爱。
『伍』 求一篇英语作文 介绍自己喜欢的书籍或电影 初2水平 50词左右 随便编 最好有中文翻译
I am a middle school student.And our teacher asks us to read some magazines or newspapers after school.I read "Beijing Youth Daily" (北京青年报）every day.My parents also like this newspaper very much.Sometimes,we talk about the news in the newspaper.There is much news about different thiongs in this newspaper. And I can get a lot of knowledge from it.I think it is very helpful for my study.
"2012" is my favourite movie lately. It is a disaster movie. The story is about a scientist found that the earth is coming to an end in 2012. He reported to the president. The president made a plan with other world leaders. When the disaster come, the whole world is wiped out the earthquake, and everywhere is flooded by tidal waves. Only part of the people are saved because several world leaders decided to make few big modern boats two years ago in order to escape in this disaster. The movie provides plently of visual thrills. It is really exciting.
One of my favorite books is literature, Jane Eyre, Jane Eyre is a very good book, mainly tells the story of a girl growing up, she told us that we must work hard, only through hard work in the future can be obtained happiness.
My Favourite Book
I enjoy reading different kinds of books， but ＂Harry Porter＂ is my favorite one The story is very long but I am interested in it Harry was such a brave and clever boy that he dared to fight against powerful enemies
His Z－shaped scar and magic stick brought me into a magical world In fact， the fiction story is so meaningful that I can learn a lot from it I think it＇s the best book I＇ve ever read
2、a book泛指各种书中的一本；如果指许多相同书中的一本，则应说a of book。
『玖』 求英语作文一篇，写最喜欢的书 或电影，要100字左右写哈利波特的，急急急！！！
This book provides pretty much everything we've been promised from the outset: an ending, and a satisfying one at that -- but not without its price. Many die, not just the two Rowling mentioned in so many interviews. Many beloved characters die, and some of them die "off screen" as it were, so that we as readers aren't even privy to the details of their deaths, or their final moments of life. Some of these deaths will bring tears to the eyes of any loyal Potter devotee, I've no doubt of that. But as for the main death, the one so many have wondered about? Well, that's where Rowling falls back on a few too-worn literary devices, and where she loses one of her stars.
I found this book to be far too full of easy short cuts and simplistic cliches to give it five stars. Far too many times, Harry and his friends were "mysteriously" saved at the last minute. And the real answers to these so-called mysteries will fall much more easily into the hands of die-hard Potter fanatics who've spent hours studying the books and pouring over the fan sites than they ever do into the hands of the characters themselves. This is too often frustrating. Perhaps it's unfair to criticize or punish Rowling for the perseverance and intelligence of her fans, but the fact is that many of her secrets have been guessed. In fact, the few that haven't seem only to surprise because Rowling conveniently has them pop up for the first time in this book. Magical objects we've seen many times before suddenly have new and useful -- and VERY convenient -- magical properties. People we've only heard of have convenient new information and relevance to the plot.
She lost the other star because of omissions. Unexplained (and again, very convenient) plot twists, otherwise known as plot holes, are all over the book. A book this long that purports to be the end of an epic series should not have this many plot holes and inexplicable events. (None of which I can go into detail about without giving up major spoilers -- sorry.) And most damning of all, when some of the plot holes are explained, it's done in a manner resembling what the brilliant movie "The Incredibles" referred to as "monologuing" -- when one character (usually the bad guy) sits around explaining the whole plot and nothing bad happens to the good guys while all these lose ends are conveniently tied up. For some reason, the villain, no matter how vicious he has been throughout the story, always conveniently waits to attack until the hero's had plenty of time to get all the answers he needs to defeat the bad guy. The only change Rowling makes to this shopworn device is that she does it via magical means. (Though in her case, the magical mean in question is the Pensieve -- something shopworn in and of itself, considering the number of times it's now been used in this series to convey crucial information.) I was also sorely disappointed to realize that she left out a number of things she practically promised fans would be included in this book. For instance, many fans have asked her what Harry's parents did for a living. She always said she couldn't tell us because it would be too big a plot spoiler for the upcoming novels. Well, now the novels are all finished and we still don't know. Why didn't she include that in this final book, if it really was supposed to matter so much? And why did she leave so much crucial information out of her far too short epilogue?
There is no doubt that in Harry Potter Rowling has created a brave and enrable hero, one who will linger in the hearts and minds of readers for generations to come. But in this humble reader's opinion, she has also created one for whom the struggle ended a bit too quickly and easily, of whom too many things are left unknown, and for whom answers and help came too readily and too conveniently in the end.
Then again . . . maybe I just wanted it to last a little longer. Because it's over now, and nothing like Harry Potter is ever happening to this humble reader again.
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