Body Heat 2010 Hollywood Movie 200
Not many movies get an annual screening in my home theater. However, "Body Heat" (1981) is one film that has remained on my radar since my first viewing sometime back in my teenage years. Armed to the gills with perfected production values, a lascivious narrative and stunning decade-defining visuals, this is a movie ripe with the passion of numerous performers coming together in an orgy of style and morally gradient substance.
body heat 2010 hollywood movie 200
Soft lighting, sweltering heat, an omnipresent noir tone and sensuality run amuck all add up to one of the best movies of the '80s. With a steamy performance from a sultry and seductive pre-Romancing The Stone, Kathleen Turner and a youthful and scrupulously ambiguous performance from William Hurt, "Body Heat" is a sexy, no-holds-barred classic that still holds its own. With a seething chemistry that oozes eroticism between its two leads, the film is a reminder of how a well-written story trumps all other elements.
George's largest real estate asset is the nearly 6,000-acre Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, California. He purchased the ranch in 1978 and has spent over $100 million turning the property into a private home, movie studio, retreat and screening theater for 300 people. The property also features a 50,000 square-foot private home, several pools, tennis courts and more. Lucas has placed roughly 5,000 of the property's acres into a perpetual conservation easement with the Marin County Agricultural Land Turst
Leistedt called on 10 of his friends to help him watch 400 movies over the course of three years. The films spanned nearly a century, from 1915 to 2010. When the team finished watching all the films, they'd found 126 psychopathic characters.
Last year's top earner, Angelina Jolie, ties for fifth place this year with Cameron Diaz. Though she hadn't appeared on the big screen since 2010, the 39-year-old "Maleficent" star took home an impressive $18 million. Diaz, meanwhile, made "The Other Woman" on a reported $40 million budget. The movie earned $190 million at the global box office. The 41-year-old actress also starred in "The Counselor" and released "The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body."
The U.S. Air Force's Airborne Laser Test Bed successfully took out a ballistic test missile in February of 2010, but funding for the device was later suspended, as the test revealed that it was difficult to maintain the laser's precise alignment. The device also had a tendency to overheat and malfunction during adverse weather conditions.