Reminding

Some articles on reminding:

Screenwriting - Theories On Writing A Screenplay - Syd Field's Paradigm
... up the central conflict of the drama, reminding us of the overall conflict ... Star Wars, Pinch 1 is the Stormtroopers attacking the Millennium Falcon in Mos Eisley, reminding us the Empire is after the stolen plans to the Death ... through the script (halfway through Act 2b) that is somehow linked to Pinch 1 in reminding the audience about the central conflict ...
Golden Kela Awards - Winners - 2013 - 2013 Winners
... Anti-Kela Awards(for the saving graces of Bollywood in 2012)- Paan Singh Tomar For reminding us why we always (secretly) loved the dacoits more than the heroes ... Gangs of Wasseypur For reminding us that s***a Hindustan mein jab tak cinema hai, log bante rahenge ... that you can make a 'family comedy' about sperm donation (and reminding us why we used to like Anu Kapoor) ...
List Of Common Songs - R
2003) "Real Nigga Quotes" (One Day It'll All Make Sense, 1997) "Real People" (Be, 2005) "Reminding Me (Of Sef)" featuring Chantay Savage (One Day It'll All Make Sense, 1997) "Reminding Me (Of Sef ...
Jonathan Randall And Tammy Winslow - Storyline
... But Tammy refused, reminding him that they were in this together ... As he was about to toss Jonathan off the cliff, Reva tried to get through by reminding Sandy that she loved him like a son once, and loved him still ... Jonathan kept reminding Tammy that what they had was forever and that they couldn't stay away from each other—they had made vows to never be apart ...

Famous quotes containing the word reminding:

    They make a great ado nowadays about hard times; but I think that ... this general failure, both private and public, is rather occasion for rejoicing, as reminding us whom we have at the helm,—that justice is always done. If our merchants did not most of them fail, and the banks too, my faith in the old laws of the world would be staggered.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    There is something antique, even, in his style of treating his subject, reminding us that Heroes and Demi-gods, Fates and Furies, still exist; the common man is nothing to him, but after death the hero is apotheosized and has a place in heaven, as in the religion of the Greeks.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Parents have subtle ways of humbling you, of reminding you of your origins, perhaps by showing up at the moment of your greatest glory and reminding you where you came from and demonstrating that you still have some of it between your toes.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)