Eclipse pays a visit to LA


Text and photos by Alfonso De Elias

Griffith Observatory was the place where many were able to see the partial eclipse of the Sun in Los Angeles the last Monday, August 21. The Sun during the partial solar eclipse had the best introduction for the local public and some others from different countries. Read more

Endangered Blue Whales in the depths of the sea


By Jenny  A.

Photos Alfonso De Elías

Aquarium of the Pacific and Harbor Breeze Cruises had a boat excursion on Tuesday, July 18, for the chance to witness the largest whales on Earth (blue and fin whales) Read more

The 33 premiere arrivals

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One of the the coldest, darkest abyss of cold feeling in “Aloft”

By GTVW staff

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During 97 minutes, directed by Claudia Llosa “Aloft” is a journey through the power of the mind, a journey that forces us to confront the immensity of such concepts as love, order, chaos and faith. Jennifer Connelly, Cillian Murphy and Mélanie Laurent star in this character-driven and mythic film. Set in the immense, raw beauty of the Arctic north, Claudia Llosa jumps between the past and present to weave a magical and otherworldly tale of loss, grief, and forgiveness.

A mother who abandons her child for the common good; a son who abandons himself and his own ability to feel in order to bear the weight of tragedy; and a woman who abandons her life to follow her one obsession of curing herself. Three characters – complicated, human, flawed – reveal themselves to us, reflecting on the difficult balance of creating a full life while assuming its fragility and uncertainties.

 ALOFT is a journey into a cathedral of healing and into a world full of belief and trust and has one of the best engaging stories. Connelly, Murphy and Laurent had the best roles in a well structured character in behavior and performances. In some moments, the viewer can feel unpleasant experiences with each character and emotions that distinguish the story so this film is a journey back to ourselves.


One Music's Biggest Stars Will Bring Her First North American Headlining Tour To Many Cities in USA

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Few artists are having a bigger year than pop music superstar, Ariana Grande. With two GRAMMY Award-nominations including Best Pop Vocal Album forMy Everything and Best Pop  Duo/Group Performance for “Bang Bang” with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj, a coveted performance spot on the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards, a Platinum-certified #1 album for My Everything, several chart-smashing singles, aBillboard Women In Music Award, an MTV Video Music Award. This great singer will have THE HONEYMOON TOUR summer run will kick off July 16, 2015 at Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay, Fla. and visit nearly 40 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada including stops in Nashville, Montreal, Las Vegas, Toronto and more. Latin Superstar Prince Royce who recently debuted his first English single “Stuck on A Feeling” will be a special guest on all dates of the tour.

Get Hard Los Ángeles Premiere - Arrivals

"Empire" was incredibly successful and spectacularly diverse


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Terrence Howard, was successful with “Empire.”The show, filmed in Chicago and directed by Lee Daniels, saw unprecedented gains in viewership week after week, until second season despite the finale was so poorly written for some, for others the diversity was because it has heavily features members of many different ethnic groups on a regular basis, which it mostly does not, nor does it aim to. Terrance Howard is the best in his role and  dynasty was great in its day empire is better and more realistic.

“3 Hearts” is part of passion in a love triangle

By Jenny Alvarez

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During 106 min. this great film (‘3 Coeurs’) with unique French style and contempo which involves a love triangle with a Parisian man Marc (Benoît Poelvoorde) who meets Sylvie (Charlotte Gainsbourg) after missing his train back to Paris. Instantly and intensely drawn to one another, they wander through the streets until morning in rare, almost choreographed, harmony. A thwarted plan for a second meeting sends each in a separate direction –Sylvie reunites with her ex and leaves France; Marc falls in love and marries.

What neither knows is that Marc’s new bride is Sylvie’s sister, Sophie (Chiara Mastroianni). Upon Sylvie’s return to France, the spark between her and Marc is reignited in ways that will forever alter the relationships between sister to sister and husband to wife.

This film reflects part of reality of life. Sometimes one moment changes our lives. Catherine Deneuve still looking quite remarkable. Many locations are settled in Paris and a provincial town south of Lyon. In general it’s powerfully emotional film that references great romances of the past. Even the whole film is spoken in French, you will have the English subtitles so some dialogues are more enjoyable in French; especially, if you understand the basics.

Robert Downey Jr had a memorable day with a special fan


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Robert Downey Jr. delivered a real bionic arm to a disabled kid, who just happens to adore super heroes. In his role as Iron man, Downey, talked to Alex in a hotel suite, has a surprise for him: his new arm. These movies employ great actors, these actors give back at the community with their time and efforts, and at the end -kids like Alex can have a shot at another ‘level’ of life and prosperity.

A huge loss to the world, Sam Simon dies

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Sam Simon who was part of the Simpsons until season 4, passed away for colon cancer. He was 59. Simon worked as a newspaper cartoonist and after graduating became a storyboard artist at Filmation Studios. Some sources said that his last days were full of battle in favor of his life but also was full of happiness. His generosity and compassion for animals is unsurpassable. Many fans will miss his humour, his tweets, his support for animals. Rest in Peace!


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