Saturday, October 14, 2006

Annapolis - PWC Weekend Top Movie of the WEEK!!!

PWC Movie Selection of the Week:

Directed by
Justin Lin

Writing credits (WGA)
David Collard (written by)

Genre: Drama / Sport (more)

Tagline: 50,000 Apply. 1,200 Are Accepted. Only The Best Survive. (more)

Plot Outline: Set against the backdrop of boxing at the Naval Academy, centers on a young man from the wrong side of the tracks whose dream of attending Annapolis becomes a reality.

Cast overview, first billed only:

James Franco .... Jake Huard
Donnie Wahlberg .... Lt. Commander Burton
Jordana Brewster .... Ali
McCaleb Burnett .... Whitaker
Chi McBride .... McNally
Wilmer Calderon .... Estrada
Jimmy Yi Fu Li .... Midshipman Lin
Macka Foley .... Ref
Jim Parrack .... A.J.
Brian Goodman .... Bill Huard
Vicellous Shannon.... Twins
Roger Fan .... Loo
Billy Finnigan .... Kevin
Katie Hein .... Risa
Tyrese Gibson .... Cole

Commentary: This Father and Son Film is about the journey WE ALL must face in our lifetimes and the many opponents and obstacles we must face as individuals - as well - and sometimes even from those our own team! But the film also shares how WE CAN triumph and achieve success by simply working together to help one another and only with the help of others willing to provide it to us - everyday!

Those who rent this one will get the message of the film midway through - and what it meant to me and others watching it. Hopefully it will touch all of you who rent it too...:)

WhoRAA! Watch the Trailer by Clicking HERE

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Katherine said...

Thanks for your nice comment on my blog, Steve. Shared parenting offers a respectful, loving, and supportive option for families that are going through a divorce or separation. Parents can make a difficult time much better by working together and caring for the kids first and foremost--and keeping both parents involved is important for children to see. They love both their parents, and they know instinctively that they are part of both their parents. When we ask them to reject one parent or another, we are asking them to reject a part of themselves (which ultimately will bring emotional and psychological pain). Opening to and healing those early relationships helps us become whole adults. Thanks for your work and your passion--and good luck with all your efforts! Kathy

FathersWhoCare said...

I truly appreciate your reply so much...I look forward to seeing my son and your beautiful grand daughter grow in a World with a future filled with love for one another! I was previously so proud to read the following written to inspire others:

Famous QUOTES - --------
"Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence. True friendship is a plant of slow grow, and must undergo and withstand the shocks of adversity before it is entitled to the Appellation." --George Washington

Get a good idea and stay with it.
Dog it, and work at it until it's done, and done right.
--Walt Disney.

Earl Nightingale - in 1989 once said: "The more intensely we feel about an idea or a goal, the more assuredly the idea, buried deep in our subconscious, will direct us along the path to its fulfillment."


We can have anything on earth that We want, once you mentally accept the fact that We can have it.

If We want success, begin thinking of yourself as a success. The feeling of being successful has to come first.

If We have a deep inner conviction that We will always have all that We need, if We actually feel rosperous, it will be so.

The only thing that stands between Us and what We ALL want from life
is simply the will to pursue it and the faith to believe that it is possible to achieve.

Only OUR mind sets Our limits.
--------- Unknown Author

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