Showing posts with label Rome. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rome. Show all posts

08 September 2018

Entertainment : Superhero Movies : Gladiator (2000)

Gladiator; Release date May 5, 2000 (USA); Winner of 5 Academy Awards – made the top of my list for outstanding cinematic achievement and has maintained that position of distinction for more than a decade.


Published a detailed review of the movie “Gladiator” which starred Russell Crowe, who received the Academy Award for his spectacularly awesome performance as the “gladiator who defied an emperor”.  The critique was also written to honor one of my favorite actors, the late Robert Oliver Reed (1938 – 1999), who passed away during the making of the film. Many people would likely categorize this film as Action/Adventure or Drama or Historical Fiction (because the writers took artistic liberty with the historical facts).  As for me, in my humble imaginative opinion, the film could appropriately be categorized under Superhero Movies because Mr. Crowe played his role like he was a superhero! :)

Amazon product image


More Reviews of Russell Crowe Movies:


03 July 2018

Ancient Greek and Roman Statues Shown in Their True Colors

Found this interesting blog called: moco-choco. Coffee? Chocolate? Neither! First post visited was about a re-visualization of famous historical places and people based on "reality". For example, the pyramids of Giza were actually white and shiny. Who knew? Perception versus reality. It was eye-opening blog post!

Sharing a link to this post which shows:

True Colors of Ancient Greek and Roman Statues


Example of one of the numerous images displayed at the moco-choco blog.
 
The sculpted figures take on a new life when you see them in color. In fact, the colors give them life!

 



♦ ♦ ♦ More From Around the Web:




Content first published at PersonaPaper, January 14, 2016.




15 November 2016

Dream Italian? Think Italian. Be Italian! (2nd Time Around)

Still continuing to dream my impossible dream. This blog post - Dream Italian? Think Italian. Be Italian! - (1st published in 2015) enjoys popularity, no matter where it is shared. That lets me know there are lots of people who probably dream of vacationing or even living in Italy.

Assuming that's true, I decided to go a 2nd time around and supplement the content for my original post with some additional information found at the HUBPages writing community.  Currently, my writer's profile shows 20 HUBs (or articles). However the only one that comes close to the topic of Italy is the one titled The Seven Kings of Rome


Here are some suggested reads published by my fellow HUBBERs that you are sure to enjoy.
Travel to Italy with them!


How to Be Italian


How to Be Italian

Venice; A Brief History of a Unique City, and the First Impressions of a Visiting Tourist


Venice; A Brief History of a Unique City, and the First Impressions of a Visiting Tourist

Lecce - Italy's Best Kept Secret


Lecce - Italy's Best Kept Secret

Verona, Italy: A City for Lovers of Architecture


Verona, Italy: A City for Lovers of Architecture

Naples, Italy: Great Food at a Cheap Price!


Naples, Italy: Great Food at a Cheap Price!




Interested in Self-Employment or Work at Home Opportunities?

Freelance Work ♦ ♦ Work From Home Advice, Tips & Tricks ♦ ♦ Get Paid to Test Apps ♦ ♦ Hiring for Social Media Jobs

My Blog Stop! is my primary home business and personal blog, sharing my advice for work at home professionals, opinion pieces and general topics of interest, and product suggestions for those who love to shop! This collection includes shares from My Blog Stop!, my main blog, AND posts from my other blogs, my content shared via social blogging communities, and my articles contributed to online writing communities.

About Me

My photo
Work-at-home professional since 2007.

Treathyl Fox aka Cmoneyspinner – Home Business Entrepreneur.  Think. Dream. Focus. Believe in yourself? Hire yourself! Be your own boss! Do it! Self-employed and loving it!   ♦ DISCLOSURE: In compliance with FTC rules and guidelines, be advised that some links shared via my G+ post stream  (or at my websites and blogs) might contain affiliate referral links which means commissions might be earned if product sales resulted from your click-through to the vendor’s website.

Search This Blog?

Custom Search