Christopher Robin [5 Cups of Tea]
Cast: Madeline Robin, Jim Cummings (voice), Brad Garrett (voice), Nick Mohammed (voice)
Arthur Christmas [Elf Delivery]
Cast: Jim Broadbent (voice), Johnny Brennan (voice)
Arthur Christmas [Waker]
Cast: Jim Broadbent (voice), James McAvoy (voice), Bill Nighy (voice)
Batman: The Killing Joke
Cast: Mark Hamill (voice), Tara Strong (voice), Nolan North (voice), John DiMaggio (voice), Kevin Conroy (voice), Robin Atkin Downes (voice), Ray Wise (voice), Kari Wahlgren (voice)
Sarwar Chowdhury, the poet from Bangladesh
I'm telling you about Bangladesh, a wonderful country,
Located in the Bay of Bengal, on its northern coast,
Between Brahmaputra and Ganges, a triangular territory
Extending eastward to embrace the Surma River Valley...
In the northeast and southeast, having low hills of soft rocks.
Its ubiquitous Panthera tigris, known as Royal Bengal Tiger
A ferocious big cat, in fact, which is nice and very grand
The national animal, finding always its royal home here,
In the pristine mangrove forests of the Sundarban land.
For hunting pig, antelope, young elephant, and deer.....
With tropical monsoons, combining Dravidian, Persian,
And west European cultures, Mongol, Arab, and Indo-Aryan
It has a national bird, the doyle or the magpie robin
Changing it’s voice, breeding territories jealously guarding,
Unobtrusive each non-breeding season, nicely singing...
With the national flower, Shapla, the white water lily,
And Shapla Sqare, a monument in Dhaka, its capital.
With jackfruit, kathal, the national big fruit, and really
Growing to huge sizes hundreds of pounds, unique and real
And Nazrul geetis, a foundation of vocals in its complexity.
I seemingly hear Nazrul Islam saying with a voice so clear
''Amai nohe go bhalobasho shudhu bhalobasho mor gaan.''
Meaning: ''do not love only me, love my song dear’'
And I'm telling you about the poet Kazi Nazrul Islam
And I'm telling you about the philosopher poet Fakir Lalon
And about Rabindranath tagore, the Nobel prize winner,
Jibonananda dash, who wrote about the nature as poet
The tea gardens and the town on the bank of Surma river
And about Sarwar, the wonderful poet from Sylhet
Who writes his poetry worthily being a very good conceiver.
When he confesses by writing: ''My naked Beauty said-''
'Microcosm', 'Nothing can move faster than love speed'
'This is Love speaking', ''Male + Female = The M a n''
'My moon-river', 'Our reciprocal gravitation orbit'
His poems are like jewels made by a very good craftsman.
'Drilled by love! '', 'to change 'dust into pure gold'.''
' ''To be a PERFECT LOVER! '', while ''Tempo come and go.''
'Magnetizing mate-chum' 'Quizzical mind ''in tension'
When he writes always his words has a special glow
'All the best dear Bangladesh motherland mine ''I love you..'
He wrote about Royal Bengal so pleasant to the eye
' Do not know''jostle and joggle''He knows''Hazardous jolt'
Because he loves his country, the people, and the life
He is a real poet and his words fall like a thunderbolt.
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Winnie the Pooh [Owl's Cold]
Cast: Jim Cummings, Craig Ferguson, Bud Luckey
Winnie the Pooh
Cast: Craig Ferguson, Jim Cummings, Tom Kenny, Wayne Knight, Bud Luckey
Tangled [trailer 2]
Cast: Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Donna Murphy, Ron Perlman, Brad Garrett
Tangled [trailer 3]
Cast: Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Donna Murphy, Brad Garrett, Jeffrey Tambor
Not Fade Away
Cast: John Magaro, Will Brill, Jack Huston, James Gandolfini, Bella Heathcote, Brad Garrett, Christopher McDonald, Julia Garner, Veronica Milagros, Molly Price
My theory is, if you can do comedy and you can be in a scene with someone like Brad Garrett and hold your own, you've really got a future in this business.
Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs Evil
Cast: Hayden Panettiere, Joan Cusack, Patrick Warburton, Bill Hader, Brad Garrett, Amy Poehler, Glenn Close, Martin Short, Danny Pudi, Cheech Marin, David Ogden Stiers, Tommy Chong, Andy Dick
I Asked the Voice
I asked the voice,
to lead me down,
the valley of despair,
rivers flowing with no care,
peaceful, sweetness all around,
blue birds singing their song,
butterflies so many,
I asked the voice,
of my troubles
my journey is done?
Oh no, many more to come.
Rivers flowing with much woe,
stand firm, take the flow,
hardships, up and down,
floating thru life,
having much strife,
in the end, its how,
you handle it all,
you surely will stand tall,
mountains will be moved,
Islands done away with,
your heart sound,
your feet on clouds,
things of life past,
memories faded away,
this day at last,
your life you have away cast
what you have done,
is over very fast,
and the journey,
has come to an end.
by Jim Foulk
Lift up your voice
Time waits on time till Cause, Effect combine.
Here is not [t]here until the watershed
Encounters catalyst, may move ahead,
Then fiction, fact, may interact, align.
Under calm show, strong currents flow, entwine
Retwisted skeins till Chance’s every thread
New turns invents, ‘synes-tricks’ plays, till sped
Is moving finger’s writ, line by dread line.
No cheap return is offered here, tears brine
Gain no remission, judgements are gainsaid.
Played through each hand, till final card is spread –
One can’t job backwards, rain transform to shine.
In such a maze are individuals caught,
The answer lies within, - unfound when sought...
The title seems so vital for each soul
alive should strive for principles not sit
as silent witness on the fence where wit
is wanting, wanting flame, name, aim or goal
or fickle fortune's hostage swallowed whole
as time absorbs most rhyme when limelight spit
finds other food to roast as life we quit.
The voice for choice should sound not squeak as mole
in tunnels dark, marked only by bite bit
emergent - soon submerged, which can't transmit
the truth, if truth exists, but begging bowl
hands out for mirror money which Time's glass
in passing soon effaces from life's grass.
© Jonathan Robin robi3_0601 20000719 revised 20070705 with second sonnet added previous title Time waits on Time
Voice Of An Angel
the voice of an angel
it is a chirpy do
God make my voice
As sweet as Prophet David's
Whenever I sing
Voice Wisdom Wilderness
humanity should return
to voice wisdom wilderness
to spend a day listening
The Voice And Viol
Rare is the voice itself: but when we sing
To th' lute or viol, then 'tis ravishing.
Tis Another's Voice Ringing In My Ears (Sonnet to be continued?)
I haven't heard your voice in a long time
I've found another that's etched in my mind
A Human Voice
a human voice,
a Slavic magic
the dried out
of my weary soul.
Passion Has A Voice
Passion has a voice in the sky
Passion has a voice in my heart
Passion has a voice in my life