mi茅rcoles, 31 de agosto de 2016

Quote of the day by @oneandonlykitsch

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Well it's my accounts 1 year birthday!! 馃巶馃帀 Can't believe it's been a year already! Wanna say a HUGE thank you for following me It's been an absolute pleasure talking with you over the past year about this stud & may it continue 馃槃 Gonna be on hols now for a week so will check back in when I'm home or if I am lucky I will try & post 馃槀 Take care 馃槞
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lunes, 22 de agosto de 2016

New old pic!!

@Regrann from @kev_wrightway - In 2014 @kev_wrightway couldn't let it go. Another failed attempt at #thecovenant2 #thirdtimesacharm #taylorkitsch #tobyhemingway #chacecrawford #Regrann #taylorkitschworld. #bilasitikiko #marizzalexandre #katekitsch

Taylor, Pat McCarty and Miles Teller participate in the 22 push up challenge

@Regrann from @yourdailykitsch - Taylor, Pat McCarty and Miles Teller participate in the #22pushupchallenge #taylorkitsch #milesteller #granitemountain #Regrann #yourdailykitsch #taylorkitschworld #bilasitikiko #katekitsch #marizzalexandre

new old pic Taylor with Sebastian and others friends

New old fan encounter

Art Day Fan Art!!!

viernes, 19 de agosto de 2016

John Carter Film 2012


  • Taylor Kitsch as John Carter
  • Lynn Collins as Dejah Thoris
  • Samantha Morton as Sola
  • Willem Dafoe as Tars Tarkas
  • Thomas Haden Church as Tal Hajus
  • Dominic West as Sab Than
  • Mark Strong as Matai Shang
  • Ciar谩n Hinds as Thardos Mors
  • James Purefoy as Kantos Khan
  • Bryan Cranston as Colonel Powell
  • Polly Walker as Sarkoja
  • Daryl Sabara as Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • Nicholas Woodeson as Dalton
  • Don Stark as Dix
  • David Schwimmer as Young Thark Warrior
  • Jon Favreau as Thark bookmaker
  • Art Malik as Zodangan General
    ohn Carter is a 2012 American science fictionfantasy film directed by Andrew Stanton from a screenplay written by Stanton, Mark Andrews, and Michael Chabon. The film was produced by Jim Morris, Colin Wilson, and Lindsey Collins, and is based on A Princess of Mars, the first book in the Barsoom series of novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs. John Carter stars Taylor Kitsch in the title role, Lynn Collins, Samantha Morton, Mark Strong, Ciar谩n Hinds, Dominic West, James Purefoy, and Willem Dafoe. The film chronicles the first interplanetary adventure of John Carter and his attempts to mediate civil unrest amongst the warring kingdoms of Barsoom.
    John Carter was released in the United States on March 9, 2012, marking the centennial of the titular character's first appearance. The film was presented in Disney Digital 3-D, RealD 3D, IMAX 3D, and conventional formats. Upon release, John Carter received a mixed critical reception; receiving praise for its visuals and action sequences, but criticism towards the characterization and plot. The film performed poorly at the North American box office, although it did show strength overseas, particularly in Russia where it set box office records. It grossed $284 million at the worldwide box office, resulting in a $200 million writedown for Disney, against total production and marketing costs of $350 million.

    In 1881, Edgar Rice Burroughs attends the funeral of his uncle, John Carter, a former American Civil War Confederate Army captain, who died suddenly. The body is put in a tomb unlockable only from the inside. The attorney executing the will hands Burroughs Carter's journal, which he reads, hoping to find clues about Carter's death and the reason he is the willed heir. The bulk of the film enacts what Burroughs reads.
    While prospecting in the Arizona Territory in 1868, just after the Civil War, Carter is arrested by Union Colonel Powell, who seeks his help in fighting the Apache and insists that Carter owes it to his country. Carter refuses, stating that any debt was paid when he lost his family. Carter escapes his cell but is pursued by Powell and his cavalry. After encountering a band of Apaches, Carter and the wounded Powell take refuge in a cave, which turns out to be the object of Carter's earlier search: the "Spider Cave of Gold". A mysterious being, a Thern, appears in the cave at that moment; Carter kills him but accidentally activates the Thern's powerful medallion, and is unwittingly transported to the ruined and dying planet of Barsoom, later revealed to be Mars.
    Due to Barsoom's low gravity and his own relatively high bone density, Carter is able to perform incredible jumps and feats of strength. He is captured by the Tharks, a clan of four-armed Green Martians led by their "Jeddak" (chieftain), Tars Tarkas. Tars instructs Sola to watch over Carter, leading to her feeding him a liquid that enables him to understand the Martians' language.
    Elsewhere on Barsoom, the human Red Martian city of Helium, led by Thardos Mors, and the mobile scavenger city of Zodanga, led by the villainous Sab Than (Dominic West), have been at war for a thousand years. Sab Than, who wants to conquer all Barsoom, is armed with a special weapon obtained from Matai Shang, the leader of the Therns. He proposes a cease-fire and an end to the war, sealed by marriage to Mors' daughter, the Princess of Helium Dejah Thoris. The unwilling Princess escapes in a Helium ship, disguised as a soldier.
    As Tars Tarkas tries to get John Carter to show off his jumping abilities, a Thark sentry spots a ship from Helium and another from Zodanga, and the Tharks scatter to hide. Carter races into action and leaps to save the human Dejah from falling. He kills some Zodangan soldiers and briefly fights with Sab Than. Than's ship retreats and John Carter is hailed by Tars Tarkas as "Dotar Sojat" (roughly translatable as "My Right Arms"), for his strength and skill. Tarkas even grants him Dejah as part of the Thark spoils. Later, Carter, accompanied by Dejah, tries to find a way to get back to Earth, and stumbles upon a temple ruin sacred to the Tharks; Sola encounters them there and vainly tries to stop them from entering as it is forbidden. They discover an inscription depicting a way to Earth via the sacred river of Iss, before Carter, Dejah, and Sola are caught by Sarkoja and Tal Hajus. The three are sentenced to death according to the Thark code, but are helped to escape by Tars Tarkas, who reveals to Carter privately that Sola is his daughter (of which Sola is unaware) . Tal Hajus and Sarkoja find the prisoners gone, and the ambitious Hajus declares that Tarkas has betrayed them.
    Carter, Dejah, Sola, and Woola (a "Calot" - a large creature that resembles an amphibian and behaves like a loyal dog) embark on a quest to end of the sacred river Iss to find a way home for Carter. They discover a Thern temple which contains clues to the "ninth ray", a means of accessing infinite energy and the key to understanding how the medallion works. They are attacked by the Green Martian Clan of Warhoon, who have been manipulated by Matai Shang to pursue them as part of Sab Than's latest plan. After initially fleeing, Carter sends the others away and takes a stand, fighting the horde himself (with the aid of Woola) as atonement for being unable to save his own family. Though defeating many Warhoon, Carter is ultimately overpowered; he is saved when Thardos Mors intervenes in a Helium ship. Sab Than is also in the company: Mors says that Than had come alone and had organized the rescue party. Dejah reluctantly agrees to marry Sab Than and Carter is taken to Zodanga to be healed.
    Upon awakening, Carter eludes his Zodangan guards with the aid of Kantos Kanto, arrives at Dejah's room. Dejah is reluctantly preparing for her wedding to Sab Than, she sends the servant girls away and gives Carter his medallion, telling him of the code (which she disovered at the Thern temple) used to activate the medallion and pleads with him to return to Earth. As Dejah leaves with Sab Than, Carter is met by Matai Shang, who takes Carter for a walk around Zodanga. In different Zodangan forms, Shang explains to Carter the Therns' purpose and how they manipulate the civilizations of various planets into self-destruction. He also reveals Sab Than's secret plan to kill Dejah once he marries her and to destroy Helium and rule Barsoom, so completing the course the Therns have set for the planet. (Shang also reveals that he and the Therns had been doing this for millions of years.) Carter escapes thanks to Woola and he and Sola return to the Tharks to request their help. There, they discover Tal Hajus has overthrown Tars Tarkas and declared hinself Jeddak with Sarkoja at his side. Tarkas, Carter, and Sola (who is now aware that Tars Tarkas is her father)are thrown into an arena to be killed by two enormous four-armed Great White-Apes. Sarkoja is killed by the apes, both of whom Carter defeats. Carter then challenges and easily kills Hajus, so becoming Jeddak of the Tharks.
    Carter and his Thark army charge on Helium and defeat the Zodangan army in a huge battle. Sab Than is killed by a Thern before revealing anything more about them to Carter. Dejah and Carter marry and he becomes Prince of Helium. On their first night, Carter decides to stay forever on Mars and throws away his medallion. Seizing this opportunity, Matai Shang, in the form of a Helium guard, sends him back to Earth, before leaving Mars forever. (Shang is not seen again after this scene.)
    Back on Earth, Carter concludes that there may be other Thern 'Way-stations'like the 'Spider Cave of Gold' and embarks on a long quest for clues of the Therns' presence on Earth and hoping to find one of their medallions; after ten years he appears to die suddenly and requests his unusual funeral arrangements — consistent with his having found a medallion, since his return to Mars would leave his Earth body vulnerable in a coma-like state. He leaves Burroughs clues about opening the tomb.
    The film reverts to the original timeline. Burroughs races to Carter's tomb and opens it, expecting to find Carter's body. A Thern, in the form of a man with a bowler hat(who has been shadowing Carter for some time), appears behind Burroughs holding a weapon with which to destroy the body. Both are taken aback to see the tomb empty. A shot rings out and the Thern drops dead. Carter emerges and confesses to Burroughs that he never found a medallion. Instead, he had devised a scheme to lure a Thern in order to get its medallion. Carter reiterates to Burroughs that his body on earth needs protecting & recommends that Burroughs enjoy his life on Earth, to fall in love and to write books (affirming the conceit that the Burroughs character is the real-life author of the Barsoom novels). He then takes the Thern's medallion, whispers the activation code, and is transported back to Barsoom and Dejah.