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Mr. Bean's Merchandise to Hit Indian Markets

...ductions is the television producer of the popular comedy series Mr. Bean. This deal comes close on the heels of the huge success of the movie 'Mr Bean's Holiday', which has grossed almost $2 million in just 4 weeks. Toonz Licensing, is the licensing and merchandising arm of multimedia entertainment com...

'Metro' - a Witty Look at Insensitivities of City Life

...hols' "Closer". And yes, Billy Wilder's romantic comedy "The Apartment" serves as a direct reference point for the Kay Kay-Kangana-Sharman triangle. But make no mistake, this is a highly original film with a voice that seems to reverberate across a limitless canvas of feelings of people in a concrete ju...

Where is Our Soul, Asks Michael Moore

...ot back, "If people ask, we tell them 'Sicko' is a comedy about 45 million people with no health care in the richest country on Earth."He says the U.S. health care system is driven by greed and asks of Americans in general, "Where is our soul?" He demands to know why 50 million Americans, 9 million of th...

Men and Women Change Attitudes to Sex When in an Intimate Relationship

...nt sex, Perrin said. Witness the popular 2005 film comedy The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Men also were more likely to consider sex to be personally costly, possibly because they engage in more dicey sexual behaviour, Perrin said. The more partners and the more sex one has, the more likely one is to see the pena...

Popular TV Star Making Film On Real Life New York Nightclub

...se guys, I knew their story would make an original comedy about fame and friendship." Source: IANS...

Movies Represent Coma In A Wrong Way

...he Terri Schiavo tragedy and public debate.’ One comedy showed a comatose person tapping out a message in Morse code with his finger. Thirty-one percent of those surveyed thought that this behavior was possible. The researchers also sought to determine how much impact these movies may have on the public...

Heart Is Better Off For Watching Comedy Films

...ood flow to the heart improves as one watches more comedy films, which makes a person laugh, according to a recent research. Researchers asked 20 healthy young adults to watch 15 to 30 minute segments of sad and humorous films, a minimum of 48 hours apart. // Participants were asked to abstain from drink...

Stress Levels Determine Problem-Solving Abilities Of An Individual

... 20 minutes watching the beginning of the animated comedy "Shrek.”. The participants were also tested for word association, which revealed that stress was again associated with a poor performance. It has been proposed that a state of arousal, due to the stress hormone norepinephrine, inhibits an individu...

Watching Violent, Churning Movie Scenes Affect Problem-Solving Ability

... 20 minutes watching the beginning of the animated comedy 'Shrek'. Immediately following the viewing, participants were assessed for performance on word-association tasks. Lists of three words were given and participants were asked to provide a fourth word that could be combined with each of the three oth...

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