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Saturday, March 17, 2012


When Irish eyes are smiling,

‘Tis like a morn in

With a lilt of
Irish laughter

You can hear the
angels sing..


"Show Me Love" is a number
one hit dance song by Robin S. It is one of the most well known house anthems in the
United Kingdom. In 1993, it was the lead single for her debut album of the same
name, and it became her biggest hit to date. The song is often confused with
the single "Luv 4 Luv", which is musically similar and was released
around the same time, and with the 1997 hit "Show Me Love"
by the unrelated artist Robyn.

In the US,
"Show Me Love" reached number five on the Billboard Hot
 and number seven on the soul chart[3], and reached number one on the Hot Dance Club Play chart. In addition the
song went to number six on the UK Singles
 in April 1993.

The song is
famous for its use of the Korg M1 Percussion Organ Preset in the riff that is
present throughout.

This song is
featured on DJ Hero 2 and DANCE! Online,
multiplayer online casual rhythm game.


Domestic Total as of Mar. 15, 2012:$39,657,453

Distributor: Buena Vista

Release Date: March 9, 2012

Genre: Sci-Fi

Runtime: 2
hrs. 12 min.

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Budget: $250 million

About The Movie:

John Carter is a $250 million adventure
film from Walt Disney Studios. It is based off of the "Barsoom"
series created by author Edgar Rice Burroughs in the early 20th Century. The
film, directed by Andrew Stanton, one of the wizards of Pixar (he directed WALL•E and Finding
) and it follows actor Taylor Kitsch in the titular role as John
Carter, an American Civil War Captain who, after being chased through a desert
by native Americans, is transported to the planet Mars (or in this case
"Barsoom"). On the planet, John Carter is drawn into a waging war
between three different alien races. 

What Is Good About The Movie:

in all, John Carter was a fun film with a few major problems. The problems do
bring the film down in certain aspects but they do not take away from the
entertainment value or excitement at all. This movie will not be for everyone
but if you are in the mood to go on a fantastic and beautiful trip to Mars then
John Carter is the film for you. Thanks for reading.

What Is Bad About The Movie:

there were good things to be said there were also some bad aspects as well. For
starters, the chemistry between Taylor Kitsch and Lynn Collins as John Carter
and Princess Dejah Thoris. While they did fine in their roles, their chemistry
was almost nonexistent. You never felt a spark between them and this made their
romantic sub plot just unbelievable. Also, the pacing was very uneven. There
were too many scenes that seemed to just drag on which made the film seem way
longer than It actually was. The writing was also a major flaw for the film.
The main problem with the writing is that the writers tried their hardest to
cram in as much information as they possibly could into a two hour film. This
ended up making the film feel convoluted and almost impossible to follow at
times. It would have been better if Disney allowed this film to run longer than
its two hour run time. This definitely would have given the film more space to
expand on the different aspects of the universe and more room to breathe, which
would make the film easier to follow.


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