Natalia Nazarova Stars In Movie Postmark ParadiseWritten by Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
Title: Postmark Paradise Featuring: Natalia Nazarova and Tantoo Cardinal Format: DVD Genre: Human Interest Release Date: June 29, 2004 Film Maker: Entertainment Paradise Group /A Thompson Clay Film/Distributed by Vanguard Cinema Websites: http://www.natalianazarova.com/index2.htm / http://www.postmarkparadise.com http://www.vanguardcinema.com
Actress Natalia Nazarova plays a charming and heart warming role as Viktoria, an unsuspecting mail order bride from Russia, in an independent film titled Postmark Paradise. Nazarova has been very busy woman. Besides filmmaking, world of music has been blessed with her many talents via some fine jazz and pop vocal albums. This is her first American film role.
Natalia is charming in this film and anyone that watches it will surely fall in love with her character. The classic underdog theme makes a good storyline and is a sure-fire hook for those that like movies full of emotion and story of people’s lives. For her American debut, this is a fabulous effort. This young lady is star material and I would hope that someone influential in Hollywood will have sense enough to give her a chance as a leading lady in a major motion picture, I am sure she could handle it quite well. I became very engrossed in this picture and enjoyed it entirely. There was fine acting in this film; all of characters were true to life, which made it easy to become a part of story, as if you were right there living it.
The story of film begins with a TV newscaster explaining how gorgeous and eligible Russian girls are looking for an opportunity to come to America and marry any willing American man, then scene changes to bar The Dirty Shame located in Paradise Michigan. A group of local men are in bar feeling good and decide to check into mail order bride phenomena. Chick (Randall Godwin) masterminds execution of mail order bride for their friend Jake (Vincent Angelini), who is doing time in jail for drunk driving. The expectant bride Viktoria, is delivered at his homecoming party at bar.
Movie Rental Release: 'Gothika' Movie ReviewWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd / Lady Camelot
Movie Rental Release: 'Gothika' Movie Review by C Bailey-Lloyd
"Gothika," starring Halle Berry, Robert Downey, Jr., Charles S. Dutton, John Carroll Lynch, Bernard Hill, Penelope Cruz and Dorian Harewood; is a spellbinding film!
Some critics have entirely missed context of this storyline, and have given this movie a bad review, I beg to differ. "Gothika," newest production from Dark Castle Entertainment is culmination of clairvoyance and poltergeist entertwined into one spectacular ride of an individual's innermost emotions and physical reactions.
Halle Berry stars as Miranda Grey, a criminal psychologist working in Woodward Penitentiary for Women. Counseling "Chloe," (played by Penelope Cruz), Dr. Grey, in her medical expertise, does not fully grasp Chloe's rantings and ravings. As she leaves work on a stormy night, she runs off an embankment, avoiding a nude girl standing in rainsoaked highway.
Coming to her senses, she awakens to find herself as an inmate in Woodward, herself. Dr. Pete Graham (Robert Downey, Jr.) another staff psychiatrist and coworker of Grey, attempts to decipher Miranda's mindset and how she violently 'murdered' her own husband, Douglas (Charles S. Dutton) in preceding three days. Having no recollection of ensuing events after her car accident, Miranda is traumatized and nearly catatonic.