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Movie Profiles:Night at the...Night at the Museum--------------Night at the Museum is a 2006 American adventure comedy film. It is based on a 1993 children's book by Milan Trenc. It follows a divorced father trying to settle down, impress his son, and find his destiny. He applies for a job as a night watchman at New York City's American Museum of Natural History and subsequently discovers that the exhibits, animated by a magical Egyptian artifact, come to life at night.Released on December 22, 2006 by 20th Century Fox, the film was written by Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon of Comedy Central's Reno 911! and MTV's The State and directed by Shawn Levy. The cast includes Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Dick Van Dyke, Mickey Rooney, Bill Cobbs, Paul Rudd, Ricky Gervais, Carla Gugino, Steve Coogan, and Owen Wilson. A new novelization of the screenplay by Leslie Goldman was published as a film tie-in.----------Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) is a divorced father who is unable to keep a stable job, the bulk of them bei
Movie Profiles-FMA MovieFullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa (劇場版「鋼の錬金術師 シャンバラを征く者」, Gekijōban "Hagane no Renkinjutsushi Shanbara o Yuku Mono"?) is a 2005 Japanese animated film directed by Seiji Mizushima and written by Sho Aikawa, and acts as a continuation of the Fullmetal Alchemist television series. It premiered in Japan on July 23, 2005. The Japanese DVD was released on January 25, 2006, including with it a limited edition with a special box, English subtitles and a series of other extras. The U.S. version was shown in a limited number of theaters starting August 25, 2006,and the DVD was released September 12, 2006 and a limited edition November 14, 2006. The film had a re-release in theaters for one day only in select theaters on September 20, 2007---Dragged from his homeworld of Amestris to a parallel world called Earth, Edward Elr
Movie Profiles-Indiana JonesIndiana Jones, played by Harrison Ford, was first introduced in the 1981 film Raiders of the Lost Ark, set in 1936. He is portrayed as an adventurous throwback to the 1930s film serial treasure hunters and pulp action heroes, with an alter ego of Doctor Jones, a respected archaeologist at Marshall College (named after producer Frank Marshall)a fictional college in Connecticut. In this first adventure, he is pitted against the Nazis, traveling the world to prevent them from recovering the Ark of the Covenant.He is aided by Marion Ravenwood and Sallah. The Nazis are led by Jones's archrival, a Nazi-sympathizing French archaeologist named René Belloq, and Arnold Toht, a sinister Gestapo agent.The 1984 prequel Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, set in 1935, took the character into a more horror-oriented story, skipping his legitimate teaching job and globe trotting, and taking place almost entirely in India. This time, Jones attempts to recover children and the Sankara Stones from
Character Profiles-GreedGreedthe "Ultimate Shield", craves money, women, and other worldly possessions above all else. Because of this he betrays the homunculi in both the anime and the manga, as working for them would deprive him of his greedy desires. He has the ability to rearrange the carbon molecules in his body to create a shield, hard as a diamond, that coats his body. His Ouroboros tatto is on the back of his left hand. Greed is introduced when he sends some of his chimera subordinates to capture Alphonse Elric.The State Military soon raids their location to rescue Al, and Greed's fate from that point further differs between adaptations
Character Profiles-Envyis the third homunculus to appear in the series. He can assume any appearance he wishes, whether an animal or another person. He prefers the form of an "adorable" androgynous figure. Because of his ability, Envy usually acts as infiltrator for the other homunculi, often assuming another's identity in order to gain sensitive intelligence. This eventually leads to Maes Hughes' assassination; before shooting Maes, however, Envy assumes Maria Ross' form, eventually framing her for Hughes' murder in the manga. Before the start of the manga, Envy assumed the form of a State Military soldier opposed to the Ishbalan occupation and shot an Ishbalan child, sparking the resulting civil war. Envy is very proud of this achievement, as he enjoys violence between humans in both versions. His Ouroboros tattoo is on his left thigh.
Character Profiles: LustLustIn the anime, Lust was created when Scar's brother tried to revive his deceased lover.Though originally largely the same as her manga counterpart, Lust begins to develop a strong desire to regain her humanity as the series progresses. This ultimately leads to her defection from the homunculi and to her aiding Edward Elric if he promises to help make her human. Wrath eventually catches up to Lust and Edward, and as he begins to fight Ed, Lust provides her support. Wrath then later paralyzes her using a locket filled with the hair from her original form and kills her. Yūko Satō voices her in Japanese, and Laura Bailey in English.
Character Profiles-KimbleeZolf J. Kimblee. a deranged psychopath, loves the sight of blood and death. He earned fame during the Ishbalan Civil War for his ruthless commitment to the Ishbalan extermination, killing thousands without remorse through his unique brand of alchemy. Using transmutation circles tattooed to the palms of his hands, Kimblee can turn anything he comes into contact with into a bomb, be it people or distant buildings. Because of his effectiveness in wiping out the Ishbalans, Kimblee was given an imperfect Philosopher's Stone to increase his alchemical abilities. With it, he killed Scar's family and gave Scar his characteristic cross-shaped scar.
Character Profiles-WinryWinry Rockbell a childhood friend of Edward and Alphonse Elric, lives with her grandmother Pinako Rockbell in Risembool, who raised her after the death of her parents during the Ishbal War. In the manga series, her parents were killed by Scar in a blind rage, while in the anime, they were executed by a younger Roy Mustang under Military order. Winry is a practicing and gifted automail mechanic, following in her grandmother's footsteps, continually designing and maintaining Edward Elric's automail prosthetics. In the manga, Winry is often used as an unwitting hostage by the homunculi to insure the Elrics' subservience to the State.She is voiced by Megumi Toyoguchi and Caitlin Glass in the Japanese and English versions