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201.Production and Pricing of Craft Show Items by Natalie Goyette
This is where you can really make or break your craft show career. Being able to produce quality crafts as efficiently and affordably as possible is the key to making a tidy profit from craft shows. ...
[Added: 01 Sep 2005   Hits: 256   Words: 722]

202.Lawyer Search by Renard
When the need for a lawyer arises, it is important to be able to find a good lawyer who is knowledgeable in the area that is required and has a good reputation. Many people would prefer to find a local lawyer whether it is a Maryland lawyer, a ...
[Added: 01 Sep 2005   Hits: 221   Words: 570]

203.The Beauty of an Abstract Painting by Jay Moncliff
Have you ever been to an art museum and looked at an abstract painting? Did you find yourself asking what was this artist thinking when he created this abstract painting? What on earth is an abstract ...
[Added: 31 Aug 2005   Hits: 232   Words: 454]

204.Are there too many machine quilting businesses in my area? by Chuck Smith
Recently, I received a question from one of the community about determining if her local market was over-saturated with machine quilting businesses (name withheld). Here is the question (which I've paraphrased for brevity): "While inquiring about the need for a long-arm quilter in ...
[Added: 31 Aug 2005   Hits: 250   Words: 729]

205.King Kong Review by Laney-Jane Jackman
Three time Oscar winner Peter Jackson reteams with his screenwriting partners Phillipa Boyens and Fran Walsh to retell the story of King Kong. The large ape who is captured and brought to civilization to meet its tragic ends. ...
[Added: 23 Aug 2005   Hits: 249   Words: 433]

206.Machiavelli Hangman Rocks! by George Enders
The film started off in thrust and Perry as the characters used words as swords. Curses flew like bullets and every punchline was a sting, a hit, a dive, a dodge, you name it. The script is at its best and untamable when the room is ...
[Added: 23 Aug 2005   Hits: 248   Words: 478]

207.Who's Afraid Of Nicole Kidman by Deborah Weingrod
A tall elegant redhead, Nicole Kidman, who has appeared often as a blonde or a brunette is the films she has graced with her incredibly subtle performances. While she tries to choose good scripts, her fans nevertheless will watch anything she's in ...
[Added: 23 Aug 2005   Hits: 235   Words: 465]

208.Machiavelli Hangman Is A Masterpiece by Joachim Jurgenson
The theme of Machiavelli Hangman is "Carpe Diem." And it does not just jump at you spelling out all the ways you can live life to the fullest and live all your dreams today instead of leaving them for tomorrow. It slowly ...
[Added: 23 Aug 2005   Hits: 222   Words: 469]

209.I'M Gonna Hang Myself by Ralph O.
I hate this film! Sure I haven't seen it yet, but based on everything I've already heard about it, I know that it's going to be a huge disappointment. Everyone seems to be saying Machiavelli this and Machiavelli that, when the majority of those talkers don't even know who ...
[Added: 23 Aug 2005   Hits: 225   Words: 573]

210.Hang 'Em High, Real High! by Stewart Benypayo
Review of Machiavelli Hangman * * * * * Imagine Quentin Tarantino making a new version of Billy Wilder's Double Indemnity starring Charlie Chaplin. If you imagine it correctly, then you have on your hands the exceptionally funny and impressive Machiavelli Hangman ( There ...
[Added: 23 Aug 2005   Hits: 206   Words: 479]

211.JFK Secret Out by Richard S. Harris
Machiavelli Hangman has accumulated a mass following on the internet without releasing any sort of information to the public. Leaving marketing experts stunned at the phenomenon, some do explain the Machiavellimania as a movement more than a hype. The public doesn't seem as interested in the film ...
[Added: 22 Aug 2005   Hits: 230   Words: 457]

212.Capturing the Craft Show Market by Natalie Goyette
Finding the right product to sell at a craft show is extremely important in finding success on the craft show circuit. You may already have an excellent craft product or line of products you are creating or even ...
[Added: 22 Aug 2005   Hits: 255   Words: 678]

213.Film To Cause Riots by Beulah Broderick
The Blair Witch Project, the smash hit of 1999 was made on an almost non-existent budget of $25,000 and it made over $140,000,000. Open water was made for $500,000 and it made $30,000,000. Napoleon Dynamite was made ...
[Added: 20 Aug 2005   Hits: 246   Words: 431]

214.Hangman Reveals Jfk Scandal by Edward McNeice
It all started when a press release was sent out to a dozen different agencies throughout the United States containing what may be the most important secrets about the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Within ...
[Added: 20 Aug 2005   Hits: 244   Words: 449]

215.Does Tupac Know About This? by Nancy Grugeneim
RATING: A Machiavelli Hangman is the latest independent film to break into the box-office as the next big thing after Napoleon Dynamite, Open Water, Saw and Primer. It seems that films made on a low-budget have ...
[Added: 20 Aug 2005   Hits: 246   Words: 490]

216.The Next Blair Witch Project by Susan Stranger
Machiavelli Hangman is an incredibly funny and inspirational film that was skillfully put together by a group of filmmakers based in Burbank, California. While the film does not have a big budget or any special effects, it manages to tantalize the senses and rely on the viewer's imagination to get ...
[Added: 20 Aug 2005   Hits: 228   Words: 468]

217.[CORRECTION] M. Night Shyamalan: One Hit Wonder? by Frank Brandon Allen
M. Night Shyamalan was born into many moviegoers' awareness when Sixth Sense came out and blew everything out of the water for its unconventional and groundbreaking twisty conclusion. What many don't realize is that he had been in the film industry, writing and ...
[Added: 18 Aug 2005   Hits: 311   Words: 530]

218.Jackson Makes King Kong by Rachel Streeters
After the reported war between new line and Peter Jackson over some creative issues surrounding the production and marketing of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Jackson has gone off to build a filmmaking empire ...
[Added: 18 Aug 2005   Hits: 215   Words: 472]

219.Why do Men Have Nipples? by Debbie Newcomb
You may be one of those millions of people who have asked themselves this question and even if you are not, you will find the answer in the new independent comedy Machiavelli Hangman ( From the time ...
[Added: 18 Aug 2005   Hits: 218   Words: 490]

220.What Genre Is Machiavelli Hangman? by Robert Mortenson
How can anybody categorize Machiavelli Hangman into a single genre? There are those films that you watch and you immediately can tell that they will be thrown into the same box as Pulp Fiction or Memento or Usual Suspects. ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 246   Words: 514]

221.Animated Humanity by Robert Hurtado
The success revolving around Pixar animations mainly lies in the fact that they can so brilliantly combine a great story with stunning new technology. After a long streak of successes, starting with Toy Story, Pixar has detached itself from ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 210   Words: 469]

222.Machiavelli Hangman Debut by Vay Vu
What an incredible debut is this film for Shervin Youssefian ( who had been navigating the waters of the independent film world for quite some time. Some may even argue that Machiavelli Hangman is so fast-paced that ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 239   Words: 462]

223.Machiavelli Hangman Test-Screening Is A Success by Bill Portman
This must have been an unprecedented event in test-screening history. The most anticipated and highly secretive Machiavelli Hangman ( was screened to an audience of approximately three hundred people who seemed as eager as the fans of Star Wars. ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 223   Words: 422]

224.How Filmmakers Lie by Richard S. Taylor
Machiavelli Hangman has the most ridiculous premise I have ever heard of come out Hollywood, and believe me there have been a lot of these crazy flicks in the last few years. I have heard rumors that the filmmakers are saying that they have some newfound info on ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 193   Words: 488]

225.Special Effects Cast Shadow Over Storyline by Jessica Frederickson
Hollywood films have always been divided in two categories, the big budget action-adventure extravaganza and the quiet low-budget Indies. In addition to that, there is also a subcategory: the technology driven films and the human stories. Recently in American cinema, there has been a large ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 217   Words: 423]

226.Does Film School Kill Talent? by Che Robinson
Tom Stoppard once said that he thought Film school was a complete waste of time. Tom Stoppard is the Oscar winning writer of such films as Shakespeare in love and the acclaimed play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead that was recently turned into a motion picture starring ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 241   Words: 464]

227.Music In Movies by Leila K. Burroughs
Imagine being the first person at the turn of the 20th century to have the brilliant idea to couple those old nickelodeon pictures with music. Think back at how satisfying that moment of eureka must have ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 221   Words: 413]

228.Nicollo Machiavelli Goes To Hollywood by Trudy Washington
There has been a lot of talk about Nicollo Machiavelli lately, namely because of the independent film Machiavelli Hangman that has a plot based on his writings. Machiavelli was a philosopher in the 16th century and a political theorist that many believed for a very long time to be ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 303   Words: 448]

229.Coin Collecting A Fun And Rewarding Hobby by Catherine Olivia
Collecting coins is a hobby that can be enjoyed by anyone of any age. A lot of coin collectors started as children, with the help of their parents or grandparents collecting pennies or dimes. For some coin ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 270   Words: 471]

230.The Emerald by G.L. Bycz
Gemstones are one of this world's great miracles. They come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes. Although I love them all, emeralds, especially, are very dear to me. Besides displaying my favorite color, these wonderful green stones also represent, in ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 211   Words: 414]

231.T-Shirts: 50/50 Or 100% Cotton? by Mandar
Your two main choices of textile in screen printing are 50/50 cotton/polyester blend and 100% cotton. Which type you would choose depends on the particular needs for the job and your own aesthetic preference. 100% cotton t-shirts, such as Hanes Beefy T and Fruit of the Loom Lofteez, ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 250   Words: 278]

232.The Power Of Hollywood On Youngsters by Timothy Wilson
Movies can have such a powerful effect on worldwide audiences that many fear that the new wave of films can be detrimental to society. Michael Moore and his latest films (Bowling for Columbine and Farenheit/911) are prime examples of ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 263   Words: 463]

233.Actors 101 by Paula Stigger
Actors are said to be a dime-a-dozen. Everyone in the world wants to be an actor, and that's why there's so much competition in the field. There are thousands and thousands of headshots flying around and photo shoots and auditions, ...
[Added: 11 Aug 2005   Hits: 201   Words: 519]

234.SCRIPT REVIEWS: Machiavelli Hangman by Joanne S. Kane
To what depths does a writer's imagination take him? How deep does he dig within his own psyche to create a work of haunting ambiguity? Those are some questions that I found myself asking after ...
[Added: 06 Aug 2005   Hits: 202   Words: 441]

235.Machiavelli Hangman - A 5 Star Review by Rob M. Delaney
Rating: * * * * * Man tied to a bedpost surrounded with five gunmen. At first sight, you may think that this is your usual thriller but then you realize something is slightly odd. The gunmen ...
[Added: 06 Aug 2005   Hits: 251   Words: 423]

236.Distribution Before Production by Jennifer Wang
Shervin Youssefian ( is a young 27-year old Armenian filmmaker who took filmmaking to a whole new level. After graduating from the University of Northridge, he immediately founded Miran Films; a Los Angeles based Production Company. After a few years of producing commercials ...
[Added: 06 Aug 2005   Hits: 245   Words: 456]

237.Smart and Smarter by Patrick Aleezada
RATING: A After making a list of fascinatingly simple and moving short films, including Color Blind, Shervin Youssefian ( explodes onto the Hollywood scene with this superb low-budgeter that combines film noir with comedy with thriller and manages to still come out as a believable ...
[Added: 06 Aug 2005   Hits: 261   Words: 438]

238.The Number One Thing You Must Have to Complete a Successful Painting by Stephen Blackburn
What is the one thing you must have to complete a successful painting? Without this, you will muddle along with your work and probably never paint anything that will make you proud. You will struggle with passages time after time, and make the same mistakes ...
[Added: 05 Aug 2005   Hits: 235   Words: 553]

239.Hollywood Hoax by Michael J. Burns
Everyone has been talking about the Machiavelli Hangman ( but no one seems to have the slightest clue about its release date or when or where or why or how? The internet and newspapers are ...
[Added: 05 Aug 2005   Hits: 211   Words: 530]

240.Playing the Hangman by George Meryll
Like Napoleon Dynamite and Reservoir Dogs before it, Machiavelli Hangman ( is already being hailed by many as a triumph in low-budget independent filmmaking in American cinema. Shervin Youssefian ( who write and directed the film is a graduate of the University of Northridge. ...
[Added: 05 Aug 2005   Hits: 211   Words: 442]

241.Machiavelli Hangman: Behind Locked Doors by Peter Gribaldi
After achieving some success with the brilliant, independently made short film Color Blind, Shervin Youssefian ( was given a chance to direct a feature film that would mark his debut as a feature film director in Hollywood. The journey began when ...
[Added: 04 Aug 2005   Hits: 235   Words: 454]

242.Formation of a Song (Recording) by Ben Blakesley
As industry insiders, we sometimes forget that when discussing the recording process, the rest of the world really has no idea what we are talking about. Hopefully this will provide an explanation of the song formation process in laymanˇ¦s terms so that there may be less disconnect between ...
[Added: 03 Aug 2005   Hits: 271   Words: 2005]

243.The 4 Most Anticipated Films Of The Year! by James Liverpoole
This year, the slot for the most anticipated film has been waving back and forth between Superman Returns, Batman Begins, War of the Worlds and the ridiculously low-budget independent film Machiavelli Hangman ( While Batman Begins offered a good cast of A-list actors such as Michael ...
[Added: 03 Aug 2005   Hits: 257   Words: 476]

244.The History Of Flashbacks In Cinema by Apu Fergamas
Quentin Tarantino is well known for his complex style of filmmaking, Pulp Fiction or Reservoir Dogs, that uses flashbacks and flash forwards and a technique of interweaving of story lines. However, this is not a novelty, it’s merely a fresh look at a previously ...
[Added: 03 Aug 2005   Hits: 238   Words: 509]

245.Gathering Fan Base For Machiavelli Hangman by Ozzie Coleman
European director Shervin Youssefian who entered the US in 1992 has splashed onto the Hollywood market with one of the most original screenplays since the Sixth Sense, called Machiavelli Hangman. While the team of acclaimed producers behind this project have done all they could to keep the story ...
[Added: 03 Aug 2005   Hits: 309   Words: 351]

246.Christmas Art Projects For Kids by ShowKidsTheFun
Remember how much you had creating Christmas art projects? Nothing brings out the kid in you better than sharing some together time with your own children and there’s no better time to do it than during the holiday season! Start the season with some cute and fun to make ...
[Added: 03 Aug 2005   Hits: 295   Words: 289]

247.Halloween Art Projects For Kids by ShowKidsTheFun
Fall is just around the corner, and with the cooler weather comes more inside time for the little ones. Naturally, they’re going to need something fun and creative to keep them busy. Help your kids prepare for Halloween by constructing these adorable craft ...
[Added: 03 Aug 2005   Hits: 298   Words: 272]

248.An Easy Way To Understand Your Collectibles by Tony Gevano
What kind of gifts you often receive? Is it toy dolls, animal figurine, antique, pottery, game, memorabilia or something you consider as a collectables? Well, what ever it is, as long as it pleases you, those entire gifts are full with ...
[Added: 03 Aug 2005   Hits: 288   Words: 449]

249.Machiavelli Hangman, The Next Back To The Future? by Phillip Kevin
While some films like Butterfly Effect with Ashton Kutcher have recently tried to emulate Robert Zemeckis's 1985 smash hit, none have achieved a fair amount of critical success. While Back to the Future was not Zemeckis's first directorial venture - he had directed Romancing the Stone with Kathleen Turner ...
[Added: 03 Aug 2005   Hits: 236   Words: 242]

250.Sopranos Go To Hollywood by Rickie Vega
Hollywood makes a movie out of everything these days, books, TV shows, games, politics. Then why on earth, have they not transferred the great HBO series Sopranos to the big screen. Ironically, it seems that what is good enough to be on TV is on the ...
[Added: 29 Jul 2005   Hits: 236   Words: 528]

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