Immer am Wochenende (Bleiben wir realistisch: soweit möglich.) gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.
Akeno the greater one-horned rhino calf from Chester Zoo is just cuteness overload. He runs around, with the cute little wiggly ears. Headbutting his mum every so often. When mum decided she likes a bit of a lie down, Akeno bumps in to her leg, then walks around her and jumps on her back! While on top of her he gives her little nudges, one after another: Com’mon mum I want to play. No time to sleep now :-) . When that is not working he gets off mums back and nudges her in the butt instead and runs off. Continuing running around her. A few more nudges in his mother’s face, another run around and then finally, his mum is getting up again.
TAIKO Studios presents the story of Luna, a Chinese American girl who dreams of becoming an astronaut.
An avid computer gamer lives with his mom. One day the power fails in the middle of an important game, and his world collapses. In a desperate attempt to get the power back, his mother gives him a simple chore that lures him out of his dark cave.
The 1977-78 NBA scoring title came down to the final day of the season. Heading into their last games, San Antonio’s silky-smooth forward George Gervin was averaging 26.8 points per game. High-flying Denver showman David Thompson was at 26.6. Thompson had the greatest game of his career, shattering Wilt Chamberlain’s record for most points in a quarter. When Gervin took the court later in the day, he knew that he had to respond with a masterpiece of his own—or else risk losing the crown.
So ein guter Junge.
(Ich krieg hier jetzt gerade immer nur das Vorschaubild angezeit und nicht den Player. Ist jedenfalls ein Video. Wer auf süße Tiervideos steht, sollte draufklicken.)
Tony, an aspiring entrepreneur, struggles to pitch his idea. When he gives up and realises that he is a failure, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity presents itself for him. This involves an urgent meeting with an important investor.
Shortly after, he receives a phone call from his sister that her mother is terminally ill and on the verge of dying. Tony is forced to make a choice. Shall he stay with his mother for what is most likely the last minutes of her life, or shall he pursue the urgent opportunity which is verging on failing if he does not act right away?
The film opens luring closer and closer to discover the possibility of stepping inside a fantastical sphere. The observer is slowly drifting into Van Gogh’s world, carried by the rhythm of a waltz. Van Gogh’s memories are sculpted within his paint strokes. His memories are alive within the film, but just for a fleeting moment. The fantasy lasts simply two minutes, but within that short time the observer is immersed in a painters lifetime.