If you are more of a sexy bride, fishtail is one of the styles you may want to explore.
Fish tails or Mermaid dresses speak for themselves. Creating an illusion of a tail below your knees and going out from the ankles this style emphasizes the curves. Quiet fitted on the top and around the waist before the shape goes out into a tail.
This shape is inspired by hour-glassify trend which has been fostered in the beauty culture by celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Jlo.
Well, if you are that girl who loves to shake her bootie and remain elegant at the same time' fishtail is your dress.
Such a visually unique and incredible movie!
I forgot how many people are in it!
"The Cell" 2000
-written by Mark Protosevich
-directed by Tarsem Singh
An F.B.I. Agent persuades a social worker, who is adept with a new experimental technology, to enter the mind of a comatose serial killer in order to learn where he has hidden his latest kidnap victim.
Jennifer Lopez as Catherine Deane
Vincent D'Onofrio as Carl Stargher
Vince Vaughn as Peter Novack
Dylan Baker as Henry West
Marianne Jean-Baptiste as Dr. Miriam Kent
Jake Weber as Gordon Ramsey
Dean Norris as Cole
Pruitt Taylor Vince as Dr. Reid
Tara Subkoff as Julie Hickson
James Gammon as Teddy Lee
Colton James as Edward Baines
Jennifer Lopez wanted the costumes to be comfortable to wear. Costume designer Eiko Ishioka advised Lopez to feel uncomfortable because her character, Catherine, is "tortured". When Catherine (Jennifer Lopez) talks with Carl (Vincent D'Onofrio) while he is "cleaning" his first victim, the scenery resembles the music video "Losing My Religion" by R.E.M.; that video was directed by this film's director, Tarsem Singh.
The scene where Peter Novak (Vince Vaughn) first enters the mind of Carl Stargher (Vincent D'Onofrio), and is confronted by three females with open mouths to the sky is based on the painting "Dawn" by Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum.
The scene when Catherine is chasing Carl through a stone hallway, right before she enters the room with the horse, is based on a painting by Swiss surrealist H.R. Giger called "Schacht". The exterior outside the conference hall, where Catherine first sees the video of a drowning girl, is Mies Van der Rohe's 1929 Barcelona Pavilion.
Named by Roger Ebert as one of his top-ten films of 2000.
Me & the director of my new project (I’ll be announcing it soon) Kirk Hanson. 🎬
Kirk was working at Walt Disney Television Production Studios & has done so many incredible things in his life.🙌🏽
His notable film work efforts include The Croods (2013), Toy Story 2 (1999).
This amazing man is one of the writers of Hercules (1997), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), and Aladdin (1992). Can you guys guess what type of project I’m working on with Kirk?
I’m sure you know it...☺️
Yes yes yes! Animation! ❤️
Stay tuned! I’ll be sharing more news and tell you more about it soon. 🌟