Watch Jane Got a Gun Full Movie 2015

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⇒ Jane Got a Gun Movie Storyline
After her outlaw husband returns home shot with eight bullets and barely alive, Jane reluctantly reaches out to an ex-lover who she hasn’t seen in over ten years to help her defend her farm when the time comes that her husband’s gang eventually tracks him down to finish the job.

⇛ Jane Got a Gun Movie Detail
Release Date : 2015-12-31
Casts : Joel Edgerton, River Shields, Chad Brummett, Alex Manette, Nash Edgerton, Boyd Holbrook, Noah Emmerich, James Burnett, Sam Quinn, Ewan McGregor, Todd Stashwick, Natalie Portman, Robb Janov, Rodrigo Santoro, Boots Southerland
Duration : 98 minutes runtime

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For the MCU Ladies week day 4: actor appreciation
I’ve always thought bloopers get the best and realest side of actors and actresses (plus a gopher who brought breakfast on set and didn’t realize they were filming)


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Day 4: Actresses Appreciation Day

Once again I was entirely unable to decide for just one particular actress in the MCU universe, and so I simply didn’t. My two choices of today are not only embodying two great female characters within the MCU, they are also power women off-screen.

Natalie Portman entered my world long before Marvel came along and ever since I took a glance at her biography I am entirely stunned by her. She is multi-lingual, made it to the semi-final of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair as a high school student, studied psychology at Harvard and has participated in several scientific publications. In short, she is an immensely intelligent and independent woman who does not fear to say what she thinks (even if some call her “bossy” for it). Plus, she is a great actress and a compassionate woman who fights for her believes. That makes her my personal hero.

Hayley Atwell is simply a darling! And did you know that she had acceptance letters to study philosophy and theology at Oxford? However she chose otherwise, took the less-travelled road and toured Europe for two years, just to reappear in acting school to become the lovely addition to our screens these days. She stands up for women with curves and teaches us to love ourselves and our bodies. In short, she is wonderful!

Jewish Actors in Star Wars

I’ve been extremely excited about the new Star Wars movie that came out this December. The Star Wars franchise was a big deal to me as a child, and all the more so because of the ethnically and religiously Jewish actors involved in the series. Although the characters they portray are not Jewish - and really can not be considering none of the cultures in Star Wars are meant to be real Earth ones - it was and still is important Jewish representation.

Frank Oz - Yoda

Frank Oz was born Frank Richard Oznowicz in Hereford, England. “His parents moved to England after fighting the Nazis with the Dutch Brigades. Oz’s Dutch/Polish father was Jewish and his Flemish mother was a lapsed Roman Catholic.” [x] Oz is a filmmaker, actor, and puppeteer known for creating and playing Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear in The Muppet Show as well as Cookie Monster, Bert, and Grover in Sesame Street. He also directed Little Shop of Horrors and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. In Star Wars, Oz was both the puppeteer and voice actor for Yoda.

Natalie Portman - Padmé Amidala

Natalie Portman was born Neta-Lee Hershlag (נטע-לי הרשלג) in Jerusalem, Israel. Her father was an Israeli and her mother was American giving Portman dual citizenship between the countries. She and her family are Jewish and her paternal great-grandparents died in Aushwitz during the Holocaust. “Portman’s parents met at a Jewish student center at Ohio State University, where her mother was selling tickets. They corresponded after her father returned to Israel and were married when her mother visited a few years later. In 1984, when Portman was three years old, the family moved to the United States, where her father received his medical training.” [x] She has had an exceedingly successful acting career, including her role as Padmé Amidala in the Star Wars prequels. She portrayed the character in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace while still in high school.

Harrison Ford - Han Solo

Harrison Ford is an American actor and film producer. His paternal grandparents were of Irish Catholic and German descent and his maternal grandparents were Jewish immigrants from Minsk, Belarus. “When asked in which religion he and his brother were raised, Ford has jokingly responded, ‘Democrat,’ ‘to be liberals of every stripe.’ In a television interview shown in August 2000, when asked about what influence his Irish Catholic and Russian Jewish ancestry may have had on his life as a person and as an artist, Ford humorously stated, ‘As a man I’ve always felt Irish, as an actor I’ve always felt Jewish.’” [x] Harrison Ford has had a long and successful film career, including his role as Han Solo in the Star Wars franchise.

Carrie Fisher - Leia Organa

Carrie Fisher is an American actress and writer, the daughter of singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds. “Her father was Jewish, the son of immigrants from Russia, and her mother was raised a Nazarene, and is of Scots-Irish and English ancestry… Fisher has described herself as an ‘enthusiastic agnostic who would be happy to be shown that there is a God.’ She was raised Protestant, but often attends Jewish services, the faith of her father, with Orthodox friends… Fisher has publicly discussed her problems with drugs, her struggle with bipolar disorder, and her overcoming an addiction to prescription medication” [x] She has become a role model for many women and others dealing with addiction and mental illness. In film, she is best known for her role as Princess Leia Organa in Star Wars.

I Have Some Feelings about Padmé Amidala and Her Love for That Skywalker Idiot

fyi @womenofstarwars​ is to blame for this, their Amidala photosets made me write my feelings out.

okay so

the prequels were not well written, much as I love them. George Lucas has a lot of strengths as a storyteller, but dialogue is not one of them, and as he was also directing those three movies singlehandedly, he didn’t have anyone to tell him “George, you can write these things, but you can’t say them.” Natalie Portman did what she could with what she had, though, and

do you notice that Anakin Skywalker is the only person for whom Padmé will smile when she is in full Royal or Senatorial regalia? She’s in front of crowds and she knows it - she’s been in politics since she was ten, she was an elected head of state at fourteen, she knows all about perception.  She knows that many of the cultures she’s dealing with diplomatically on behalf of her people will already be predisposed to dismiss her as unserious because she is human and because she is female, and she’s very young on top of that. Because of that, she has created this blank mask that does not smile or laugh or weep or wrinkle its brow in anger or frustration. She only expresses herself through words. It’s different when she’s a “handmaiden”, of course - she isn’t hiding her emotions then - but she’s still hiding part of herself, pretending she doesn’t have all this power and all these responsibilities for a little while

and then there’s Anakin. Little Ani, at first, when she’s fourteen and he’s nine, just a kid who wants to free all the slaves and become a jedi and fly spaceships, and she thinks perhaps they’ll meet again someday but nothing more than that, but of course she’ll love him when she meets him again, through war and weddings and secrecy and tragedy. Even when she’s dying after the birth of their twins, she still loves her Anakin will all the pieces of her broken heart

and you can still see her smile in the sequels, when Luke smles, when Leia smiles, most notably when Leia smiles at Han during the medal ceremony in IV. Perhaps, when Anakin sees Luke with is own eyes at the end of VI, he is seeing Padme smile at him, cracking her Senatorial mask, one last time.