What are the names of the XXX movies that model/singer Samantha Fox has done?
Fox's films : Her pictures gained her such fandom in India that she was invited to star in a Bollywood film ( Rock Dancer). This was written and directed by V Menon, starring Kamal Sadanah, Ronit Roy, Sharon Prabhakar, Javid Jafri, Anood Kumar and Johnny Lever. It also featured guest appearances from Govinda, and was produced by Shubir Mukerji. She also featured in It’s Been Real written and directed by Steve Varnom, and starring John Altman, and The Match written and directed by Michael Davis, starring Piers Brosnan Ian Holm, Tom Sizemore, Neil Morrissey, David Hayman and Ilar Blair. In 1986 she was featured in a strip poker game (Samantha Fox Strip Poker) for Commodore 64, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, and Amstrad CPC. I also found this info from imdb : # The Match (1999) (as Sam Fox) .... Patsy ... aka The Beautiful Game (UK) # "The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star" - Shifting the Units (1998) TV Episode (as Sam Fox) .... Celebrity # Rock Dancer (1995) (as Samanta Fox) .... Guest # "Charles in Charge" - Paper Covers Rock (1987) TV Episode .... Samantha Steele
Dream life superstar how do you become singer?
i love this game but i can only find out how to become a tv star in the game it really fun but i really want to become a singer it looks cool so would some please help me it be very help full i love this game
How do you become a singer in dream life superstar?
Make a song and go on MTV (no, just kidding) That's a good question, I want to know too. My sister said she picked a singing job at first, then "grew" into superstar. It depends on what job you pick, and you have to pick one withing the first 3 hours of gamelife, or it won't let you. Hope that helps. Mini-bodalini
Why are old songs used in movies & games?
Because old songs have something newer ones can't have as easily: cultural meaning. Would a game like Fallout had the same impact if it used songs from the 90s? No. Playing songs from that period not only helps create an atmosphere, it also serves the meaning of the game.Songs, especially famous ones, come with their own story. How they were made, how they impacted their societies, etc. With that in mind, a good director can use that background to create a whole new level of meaning.Say you write a movie about the Apartheid. And let's say you use Diamonds on the sole of her shoes by Paul Simon in a scene where a black woman is discriminated against. That would create a lot of meaning. There would be the contrast between the woman portrayed in the song and how the woman we see is treated, but there would also be the fact that the album raised some controversy by being recorded in South Africa during these troubling times.Doing that would also make the attentive viewer remember how complicated and controversial the situation was. Even if musicians like Simon simply wanted to bring back wonderful music from a country, it was still touchy.Songs have their own stories to tell. This is one of the reasons why an author would choose an old song for a particular movie.
Who is the female country singer from the 1980's movie Blastfighter?
The Bee Gees (Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb) wrote the Country and Western song Evening Star which plays throughout Blastfighter (1983/1984). Tommie Baby was the performer. Here's the lyrics to EVENING STAR: If you never rode west of the Arizona border You can turn the other way boy, but you'll never get far You be living a lie If you wanna see the wonders of the age you must follow the Evening Star Evening Star Shine a little heaven on the stranger with no dream Where you are you can see the loneliness I mean And if I gotta fight I will never play somebody's else's game I can follow the Evening Star Starlight - you never need somebody else's name If you follow the Evening Star Have you ever know a sunset when the sky's on fire How you end another day boy You been seaching to far Like the desert I rode on any memory is lost in the restless wind I just lie beneath the Evening Star Evening Star Shine a little heaven on a stranger with no dream Where you are you can see the loneliness I mean And if I gotta fight I will never play somebody's else's game I can follow the Evening Star Starlight - you never need somebody's elses name If you follow the Evening Star Have you ever held a woman in the California moonlight Put your money on a good night If you never been there it's a sight for sore eyes If you wanna see the wonders of the age Making love beneath the Evening Star Evening Star Shine a little heaven on a stranger with no dream Where you are you can see the loneliness I mean And if I gotta fight I will never play somebody else's game I can follow the Evening Star Starlight - you never need somebody else's name If you follow the Evening Star
Do you think bad monopolies can exist in a free market?
When we refer to the “free market” we are talking about a market with zero regulation. In that case monopolies are impossible. You could invent an awesome product, like a time machine or a teleporter, and nothing could stop me from reverse-engineering your idea and selling my own version for a dollar less. And nothing could stop the thousands of other firms from doing the same thing. So ultimately you’d have perfect competition, profits driven to zero, and really no incentive to bring anything innovative to market.But we continue to push for zero regulation.In a regulated market where intellectual property is protected, it’s very possible to have a monopoly especially in a firm that has created a highly valuable product. It’s also possible this firm could be a bad actor if there are no labor of environmental regulations in place. You could argue this is already the case in the extraction industry - more of a bad oligopoly. A firm’s IP is its mining rights, but it behaves with little regard for employees or the environment. Monsanto is also a good example of this.
In dream life superstar? How do you become a star?
This is one of the oldest question. You will not be rich and famous if you find the RIGHT people to lead you there.