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  1. release year=2020
  2. creator=Eleanor Catton
  3. country=UK
  4. Star=Bill Nighy, Mia Goth

Emma heming willis. Everyone's talking about how her stage presence has improved, but honestly, I've always liked her performances. I really don't understand what's the big deal.


Ekstra stee❣💪😜😂 Ema moraš snimiti video o živciranju, mentalnom zdravlju i kako se nositi sa svime, plizzz🙏 volimo tee😘❤. She kills it every single time. Volim te jako si zabavna 💋💋💕💕💕💕💕💕. Emma smetana over. The best show of the night! She's A M A Z I N G. Emma digiovine. Emma macdonald. Emma chamberlain twitter. Thank you JESUS for you carry me y some carry their god. You feed me y some feed their god. You fight for me y some fight for their god. What a great FATHER you are. Pretty sweet. Emma coronel aispuro. Really liked it Average rating 4. 00 596, 432 ratings 15, 200 reviews, Start your review of Emma Loved it! Why don't I read more classics? I'll definitely need to read her other books. The BBC tv show was also adorable! This is a book about math, mirrors and crystal balls, and dont let anyone tell you otherwise. Village life? Sorta. The lives of the idle rich? I mean, sure, but only partially and incidentally. Romance? Barely. A morality tale of the Education of Young Lady? The young lady stands for and does many more important things than that. These things provide the base of the novel, the initial bolt of fabric, the first few lines of a drawing that set the limits of the author to writing about these... “I may have lost my heart, but not my self-control. ” Personally, I may have lost my self-control, but not my heart. My motivation to read this book stemmed from J. K. Rowling stating that this was one of her favourite books. A few years ago I read my first Jane Austen, which was Pride and Prejudice, and I really enjoyed it. I thought Emma couldn't be that bad, it's a popular classic and its rating is good. To be honest, it's not bad, exactly, but the fact that it took me one whole month to get... Austen paints a world of excess. Shes just so fucking brilliant. That much so I found the need to swear. The sarcasm is just oozing out of her words. She doesnt need to tell you her opinions of society: she shows them to you. Simply put, Emmas farther is a ridiculous prat. Theres no other word for it. He spends his day lounging around eating rich and expensive food and doesnt bother to exercise his body or mental faculties. The thought of visiting his recently departed governess, a... My interpretation of the first 60+ pages of Emma: Oh, my dear, you musn't think of falling for him. He's too crude and crass. Oh, my dear Emma, you are perfectly correct. I shan't give him another thought. Oh, my dear, that's good because I would have to knock you flat on your arse if you were considering someone of such low birth. Yawn. I tried, but life's too short. Plus, I like 'em crude and crass. Cross posted at This Insignificant Cinder My dear Jane Austen, I hope you dont mind that I write to you, expressing my gratitude for your brilliant handling of words. And as the post office is an object of interest and admiration in your novel “Emma”, I thought a letter would be the adequate way of communicating my thoughts. I must start by confessing that I dont like your heroine at all. Obviously, this sounds like a harsh judgment on a classic character like Emma Woodhouse, and I wouldnt have dared to be as honest with you as I am... Jane Austen famously wrote: I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like. My initial take: Truer words, Jane. Truer words. Emma is wealthy and beautiful, the queen bee of society in her town, and boss of her household (since her father is a hand-wringing worrywart, almost paralyzed by his fears. Shes prideful, self-satisfied and convinced she knows best, not just for herself but for pretty much everyone in her circle. When Emma decides shes got a gift for matchmaking... 936. Emma, Jane Austen Emma, by Jane Austen, is a novel about youthful hubris and the perils of misconstrued romance. The story takes place in the fictional village of High-bury and the surrounding estates of Hart-field, Randalls, and Donwell Abbey and involves the relationships among individuals in those locations consisting of "3 or 4 families in a country village. The novel was first published in December 1815 while the author was alive, with its title page listing a publication date of 1816... I must begin by stating that I may be utterly biased here. Emma is the novel that introduced me to the treasure that are Jane Austen's masterpieces. I read it when I was fourteen, and fell in love with it right there and then. People often tend to mention that Emma Woodhouse is the least likeable heroine Jane Austen has created. It may be so, since she is rather headstrong, spoiled and with a strong tendency to plan other people's lives, without giving a second thought to all possible... Emma woodhouse changes from being vain and self satisfied, blind to her own feelings and dangerously insensitive to the feelings of others, in a slow, painful progress towards maturity. Okay, when I first started the book and was reading how Emma was taking happiness away from Harriet Smith by telling her that Mr. Martin wasn't good enough for her - I didn't like Emma at all. Now I can understand how Emma only wanted to do good by Harriet and that was how it was back in those days. But, as Mr. Knightely pointed out, Harriet was not from some wealthy family and Emma was doing the wrong thing in trying to find her a great husband. Mr. Knightley went to the trouble to help Mr... 3. 5 stars rounded up because of the narration. I've noticed a lot of people hate Emma. She's spoiled by her circumstances and self-absorbed in a way that only someone who hasn't really known any sort of hardships can be. And I get why she isn't the heroine that anyone is really rooting for in a serious way. Because if the book had ended with Emma alone with her father, it wouldn't have really broken my heart. But here's the thing I found as I listened to this one: It wasn't really Emma that I... Emma, a young woman in Regency England lives with her rich, but eccentric widowed father Henry Woodhouse, in the rural village of Highbury, always concerned about his health (hypochondriac, in the extreme) and anybody else's, Mr. Woodhouse, constantly giving unwanted advise to his amused friends and relatives, they tolerate the kindly old man. Miss Woodhouse ( they're very formal, in those days) is very class conscious a bit of a snob ( but lovable) and will not be friends with people below... Oh my goodness, did I love. At one point, toward the end, when the thing that Austen was working toward happened, I literally fell down from the couch to the rug. Emma herself is a unique creation, a headstrong, misguided, self-confident girl who we can't help but love, because she is honest. The love complications are innumerable, the humor is excellent, and the writing is spectacular. Without the intensely crafted plot of Pride and Prejudice, say, Austen's sentences are left to carry the book... I can't do it! I can't finish it! I keep trying to get into Jane Austen's stuff and I just can't make it further than 150 pages or so. Everything seems so predictable and sooooo long-winded. I feel like she is the 19th century John Grisham. You know there's a good story line in there somewhere, and if you could edit out 60% of the words it would be fantastic. Sorry to all the Jane Austen fans-you inspired me to try one more time and I failed! Although using this trite doesn't mean that the fact is any less true, it is still at the risk of sounding cliché when I say that Jane Austen's classic, Emma, is like a breath of fresh air when juxtaposed to the miasmal novels in the publishing market today; especially for someone who has been on a YA binge of late. You see, the reason why I went for Emma as my first Austen read is because my mother has seen the latest movie adaptation, and she claims it to be her very favorite. Mind you, she... I'm beginning to put in more work in my hobby - my solitary one, reading - than I've put in my career. 400 pages of this stuff is the strong stuff. I have little to analyze here. That is because a lot of the things that can be construed, can be true of any book. Like Sam Harris said, even a cookbook, if improperly analyzed, can yield truths that can seem profoundly benevolent. If I say that the mixture of oil and aniseed symbolizes the purity of the cookbook, that's not conductive to a balanced... Of all of Austen's books - and I've read them all several times - I learn the most from Emma. I believe that one of Austen's goals in writing is to teach us to view the rude and ridiculous with amusement rather than disdain. And in Emma we have the clearest and most powerful picture of what happens when we don't do this: when Emma speaks out against Miss Bates. Though rude on Emma's part, we can't help but love her for her mistake and feel her shame because we've all been there. When I feel I... I hope not to raise any of my friends sensibilities when I tell you that although I liked Emma, I did not love it. Emma simply did not move me. "With insufferable vanity had she believed herself in the secret of everybody's feelings; with unpardonable arrogance proposed everybody's destiny. She was proved to have been universally mistaken. She had brought evil on Harriet, on herself, and she too much feared, on Mr. Knightley. I liked the hilarity of her well-meaning but misdirected attempts... Jane Austen seems to be a rather divisive figure as of late. You love her for her wit, her irony, her gentle but pointed depictions of manners and love. Or you hate her because she seems to be harking back to an age of prescribed gender roles and stultifying drawing room conversation. I am of the former camp. Emma may be one of her more divisive novels and the title character one of her more controversial creations. Or perhaps that should be – one of her more irritating creations. She exasperates... "With insufferable vanity had she believed herself in the secret of everybody's feelings; with unpardonable arrogance proposed everybody's destiny. Regarded as one of Jane Austen's most important works, Emma is a novel about a handsome, clever and rich young woman - Miss Woodhouse - who lives on the fictional estate of Hartfield, in the Surrey village of... This was the perfect book to reread during my Christmas break. I am a devoted fan of Jane Austen's work, but even so, I find "Emma" to be particularly charming and insightful. The story of the "handsome, clever and rich" Emma Woodhouse, who is determined to be a matchmaker among her friends but is constantly making blunders, is one that always makes me smile when I read it. I especially like the descriptions of Emma's neighbors and of Highbury. Indeed, the novel is so vivid I feel as if I could... It took me longer to read this than any other Austen novel. It's a lot denser than her usual effortless breezy brilliance and it's also more nuanced and a little darker. For the first time she creates a central female character who isn't likeable. Emma is smug, she's a snob and she's a classic control freak. She tends to disapprove of any coupling she herself hasn't helped bring about. She herself, devoted to her ailing and rather tiresome father, maintains she will never marry. The narrative... ‘ Seldom, very seldom, does complete truth belong to any human disclosure; seldom can it happen that something is not a little disguised or a little mistaken. Emma Woodhouse, the heroine and namesake of Jane Austens last novel to be published within her lifetime, spends her days of leisure playing matchmaker and offering the reader her keen eye for the character of the locals of Highbury. However, this keen eye may not be as accurate as she would wish it to be. Through her inaccurate impressions... Still not the full review, just a warm-up exercise. You could not shock her more than she shocks me; Beside her Joyce seems innocent as grass. It makes me most uncomfortable to see An English spinster of the middle class Describe the amorous effects of "brass. Reveal so frankly and with such sobriety The economic basis of society. W. H. Auden, Letter to Lord Byron (1936) While twelve readings of Pride and Prejudie give you twelve periods of pleasure repeated, as many readings of Emma give you... Second revived review to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the death of Jane Austen. Sorry Jane, this is rather a feeble review. The only thing I can remember about this beloved novel is that I read it on the bus to work. That's it. On the bus. Sorry. The three stars is because I like reading on buses. If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Such a Beautiful Hindquarter of Pork: Emma" by Jane Austen I wonder if a variation on the Unreliable Narrator is permissible here? Jane Austens Emma, while narrated solely by the author herself, is told exclusively from the title characters point of view (chime in and correct me if there are scenes in which she doesnt take part, however minor) so that Austen becomes Emmas interpreter, and our interlocutor. Its a very deliberate... All these beautiful rereads I'm forced to do because of university are going to mess with my avg rating of this year, but I DON'T CARE. Sometimes I think I like Emma even better than I like Pride and Prejudice. It's so fresh, so sparkly, so linguistically nimble, I would deem it impossible if I hadn't read it twice, bought three copies of it, and watched the movie far too many times to count. “I cannot make speeches, Emma:” -he soon resumed; and in a tone of such sincere, decided, intelligible... Upon my word! After reading a couple of chapters of Emma I do declare—with all due respect—that Miss Emma Woodhouse is one silly cow. I have sought assurance from my dear friend—the very learned Mrs. Roberts from a nearby vicarage—regarding correct usage of the term “silly cow”, and she has given me her approbation with the greatest felicity. Yes, Emma Woodhouse is clueless, so much so that the wonderful 1995 movie Clueless is entirely based on her story. Emma likes to make matches, and I dont... I'm pretty impressed with this busybody know-it-all. As a character novel, the entire thing is extremely dense and interesting and oh-so-convoluted. As a plot novel, it's not so much of anything. Fortunately, I was in the mood for something that would lift individual silly characters from the realm of the opinionated and silly and and arrogant to the level of real humanity with eyes flying open. Honestly, Austen is great at this kind of zinger. It's all about the self-realizations and the...

4:34 MY GOD, THIS GUITAR. Saca la parrita remix por favor. Lol. That moment when you realized the E.M.A. meaning... Eren Mikasa Armin. Emma stone movies. 高音の透明感と低音との対比が美しすぎる…. Emma audiobook. Emma One (90x200cm - hart) ist unser Testsieger im aktuellen Matratzen Test der Stiftung Warentest 10/2019. Mit einer Bewertung von 1, 7 ( gut" gibt es bis heute keine Matratze, die besser getestet wurde. Aber entscheiden, ob Emma One wirklich die beste Matratze für Dich ist, kannst nur Du. Erlebe mit Emma One unvergleichliche Qualität und teste sie 100 Tage bei Dir zu Hause - risikofrei mit Geld-zurück-Garantie. Emma One - Aktueller Matratzen Testsieger der Stiftung Warentest! Lass Dich von der ausgezeichneten Qualität unserer Testsieger Matratze begeistern Emma One erzielt sehr gute Noten in der Kategorie Haltbarkeit und überzeugt mit guten Liegeeigenschaften (Stiftung Warentest 10/2019, getestet in 90x200cm, hart) Stiftung Warentest hebt dabei hervor, dass die Matratze sämtliche gängigen Körpertypen optimal stützt Finde hier mehr über das Testverfahren der Stiftung Warentest heraus und erfahre, wie die Emma One Matratze ihre sensationelle Testnote erzielt hat: Test Details entdecken Das Emma Versprechen: Beste Qualität für Deinen besten Schlaf. 100 Nächte Probeschlafen Wir sind uns bei der Emma One Matratze so sicher, dass wir Dir gerne 100 Nächte Zeit geben, um die Matratze auszuprobieren. So kannst Du die Matratze ganz in Ruhe bei Dir Zuhause testen und Dich ganz einfach selbst von Emmas Testsieger Qualität überzeugen. Mehr erfahren 10 Jahre Garantie Die Ergebnisse der Stiftung Warentest sprechen für sich: die mit "sehr gut (1, 5) ausgezeichnete Haltbarkeit garantiert Dir eine lange Lebensdauer der Matratze (Test 10/2019, getestet in 90x200cm, hart. Obendrauf bekommst Du noch eine Garantie von 10 Jahren von uns. So kannst Du die Qualität der Emma One noch extra lange genießen. Mehr erfahren Kostenlose Lieferung und Rücklieferung Wir wollen nicht nur Stiftung Warentest überzeugen, sondern ganz besonders Dich. Damit Du Dich noch mehr auf Deine neue Lieblingsmatratze freuen kannst, ist die Lieferung deshalb gratis. Sollte Emma doch nicht die Richtige für Dich sein, holen wir sie kostenlos und ohne Diskussion wieder ab - natürlich risikofrei und mit Geld-zurück-Garantie. Mehr erfahren Wie eine lebensverändernde Entscheidung eine ganze Industrie auf den Kopf gestellt hat… Die Schlaffee Frank sieht vielleicht gut aus, aber reicht das aus, um die Welt (mit oder ohne Feenstaub) zu verzaubern? Lass Dich beflügeln Blog auf mehr? Du kannst einfach nicht genug von Emma bekommen? Das können wir sehr gut verstehen. Klick Dich doch einfach mal durch unseren Emma Blog. Hier bekommst Du die richtige Dosis an Schlaftipps, Produktinfos, Wissenswertem und und und. Wir denken Out of the (mattress) box und überraschen Dich auf dem Blog regelmäßig mit spannenden Themen rund ums Schlafen. Entdecke den Emma Blog.

Esta canción pa tirar 💕✨. The Epic moment that you dont know a single world but music speaks to your soul. Emmanuel acho. Moja prijateljica je dosla do kraja fyp na tik toku. Critics Consensus Emma marks an auspicious debut for writer-director Douglas McGrath, making the most of its Jane Austen source material. and a charming performance from Gwyneth Paltrow. 84% TOMATOMETER Total Count: 50 77% Audience Score User Ratings: 61, 191 Emma Ratings & Reviews Explanation Emma Photos Movie Info Based on a comic novel by 19th century author Jane Austen's, this medium-budget romance features charming, sprightly humor chronicles the painful lessons learned by a well-meaning, over-confident upper class young woman who honestly believes she has the power to find a proper mate for anyone. Miss Emma Woodhouse is beautiful, bright and a bit of a know-it-all... Living on a beautiful country estate with her daft father, she prides herself on her ability to repair broken hearts and to help others find romantic bliss. She would use many words to describe herself, but meddlesome busybody, are not among them. Still that is exactly what she is. Her latest venture is to find a proper husband for lovely Harriet Smith, a woman of undistinguished breeding. With all the subtly of a run-away cart Emma begins trying to fix poor Harriet, who is actually in love with a kindly young farmer, up with the dubious Reverend Elton, who secretly loves the unaware Emma. Somehow, Emma gets her scheme working with Swiss-watch precision until dashing, loquacious Frank Churchill and taciturn, exotic Jane Fairfax show up to throw a spanner in her carefully orchestrated works. Things become quite tangled until the handsome family friend, Mr. Knightly gives Emma a serious heart-to-heart chat. Rating: PG Genre: Directed By: Written By: In Theaters: Aug 2, 1996 wide On Disc/Streaming: Jan 15, 2002 Runtime: 120 minutes Studio: Miramax Films Cast News & Interviews for Emma Critic Reviews for Emma Audience Reviews for Emma Emma Quotes News & Features.

I cant stop watching this. Her evolution as a performer is simply jaw dropping. Emma. Theatrical release poster Directed by Autumn de Wilde Produced by Tim Bevan Eric Fellner Graham Broadbent Pete Czernin Screenplay by Eleanor Catton Based on Emma by Jane Austen Starring Anya Taylor-Joy Johnny Flynn Bill Nighy Music by Isobel Waller-Bridge David Schweitzer Cinematography Christopher Blauvelt Edited by Nick Emerson Production companies Perfect World Pictures Working Title Films Blueprint Pictures Distributed by Focus Features Release date February 14, 2020 (United Kingdom) February 21, 2020 (United States) Running time 124 minutes Country United Kingdom United States Language English Emma. is an upcoming comedy - drama film directed by Autumn de Wilde and written by Eleanor Catton. It is based on the 1815 novel of the same name by Jane Austen. The film stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn and Bill Nighy. It is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom on February 14, 2020, and in the United States on February 21, 2020, by Focus Features. Synopsis [ edit] Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich" meddles in the romantic affairs of her friends and loved ones. Cast [ edit] Anya Taylor-Joy as Emma Woodhouse Johnny Flynn as George Knightley Bill Nighy as Mr. Woodhouse Mia Goth as Harriet Smith Miranda Hart as Miss Bates Josh O'Connor as Mr. Elton Callum Turner as Frank Churchill Rupert Graves as Mr. Weston Gemma Whelan as Mrs. Weston Amber Anderson as Jane Fairfax Tanya Reynolds as Mrs. Elton Connor Swindells [1] Production [ edit] In October 2018, Anya Taylor-Joy was cast in the film adaptation of Emma, with Autumn de Wilde making her directorial debut with the film. [2] In December 2018, Johnny Flynn joined the cast of the film. [3] In March 2019, Bill Nighy, Mia Goth, Josh O'Connor, Callum Turner, Miranda Hart, Rupert Graves, Gemma Whelan, Amber Anderson and Tanya Reynolds joined the cast of the film. [4] Alexandra Byrne will be providing costume design for the film. [5] Filming [ edit] Principal photography began on March 18, 2019. [6] 7] Release [ edit] It is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom on February 14, 2020, and in the United States on February 21, 2020. [8] Reception [ edit] Critical reception [ edit] Emma received positive reviews from film critics. It holds a 90% approval rating on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 10 reviews, with a weighted average of 7. 33/10. [9] On Metacritic, the film holds a rating of 75 out of 100, based on 5 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews. 10] References [ edit] Focus Features. "Emma Cast & Crew. Retrieved December 8, 2019. ^ Kit, Borys (October 25, 2018. Anya Taylor-Joy to Star in Jane Austen Adaptation 'Emma' Exclusive. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved October 29, 2018. ^ D'Alessandro, Anthony (December 20, 2018. Johnny Flynn Joins Focus Features-Working Title's 'Emma. Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved March 2, 2019. ^ Grater, Tom (March 21, 2019. Bill Nighy, Mia Goth, Josh O'Connor, Callum Turner board 'Emma' for Working Title, Blueprint (exclusive. Screen International. Retrieved March 21, 2019. ^ Alexandra Byrne. Independent Talent. Retrieved 2019-05-14. ^ Production Weekly" PDF. Production Weekly. No. 1123. December 20, 2018. p. 19. Retrieved January 28, 2019. ^ de Wilde, Autumn (March 18, 2019. DAY ONE of production complete. Retrieved March 19, 2019. I am thrilled to announce that I am directing Jane Austens ”Emma” starring @anyataylorjoy for @focusfeatures @workingtitlefilms. screenplay by eleanorcatton. photo by @anyataylorjoy. emmafilm. “Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence; and had lived nearly twenty-one years in the world with very little to distress or vex her. ”. emma #hansomecleverandrich ^ Emma. Launching Films. Retrieved August 22, 2019. ^ Emma (2020. Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved February 7, 2020. ^ Emma Reviews. Metacritic. Retrieved February 6, 2020. External links [ edit] Emma. on IMDb Emma. at Rotten Tomatoes Emma. at Metacritic.

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Weiblicher Vorname Der Name Emma gehört zu den wenigen Vornamen, die sowohl in den aktuellen Hitlisten als auch in denen von 1890 auftauchen. Von 1890 bis ca. 1910 stand Emma sogar ganz weit vorne. Zwischen 1970 und 1995 wurde dieser Vorname kaum noch vergeben. Jetzt ist Emma wieder sehr modern geworden, 2014 erreichte der Name erstmals Platz 1 der deutschen Mädchennamenhitliste! Häufigkeitsstatistik des Vornamens Emma bis 1976 Häufigkeitsstatistik des Vornamens Emma seit 1991 Der Vorname Emma wurde in Deutschland von 2006 bis 2018 ungefähr 83. 000 Mal vergeben. Damit steht Emma auf Platz 4 der Vornamenhitliste für diesen Zeitraum. Herkunft und Bedeutung Emma stammt aus dem Althochdeutschen und bedeutet „allumfassend“ oder „groß. “ Andereren Interpretationen zufolge stammt Emma von Imme ab (bedeutet „die Biene“ oder „die Fleißige“) oder ist eine Kurzform von Namen, die mit Irm- beginnen. Namensvorbild: Lady Emma Hamilton Landkarte mit der Regionalverteilung des Vornamens Emma Die beliebtesten zweiten Vornamen zu Emma Emma als Babyname der Woche Wie hat der Name Emma es auf Platz 1 geschafft? von Annemarie Lüning) „Emma. “ Mit diesem verzückten Ausruf schnappte bei „Friends“ einst eine frisch gebackene Mutter ihrer Freundin den Lieblingsnamen weg. In Deutschland wurde die Folge 2003 ausgestrahlt und trug sicher ihr Quäntchen zum Emma-Revival bei, auch wenn es noch über zehn Jahre dauern sollte, bis es hieß: Emma ist der beliebteste Mädchenname Norddeutschlands. Besonders viele kleine Emmas leben derzeit in Vorpommern. Doch die Spurensuche muss früher ansetzen. Aus dem Althochdeutschen stammend, startete Emma als Kurzform von Namen, die mit Irm- beginnen. Ihre Bedeutung: „allumfassend, groß“. Daneben gibt es die Ableitung von Imme, „die Biene, die Fleißige“. Zu Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts wurde Emma durch die Ritterdichtung neu belebt, auch hundert Jahre später war sie populär: „Die Möwen sehen alle aus, als ob sie Emma hießen“, dichtete Christian Morgenstern. Als Alice Schwarzer 1977 ihr Magazin „Emma“ taufte, war der Name für Kinder nicht mehr existent. Schwarzer schreibt dazu: „Die ursprüngliche Idee war von einem Mann, er schlug EMA vor (wie Emanzipation. Ich machte EMMA daraus. Dieser Vorname war damals fast vergessen (jetzt ist er ja wieder in Mode. Mir gefiel an dem Namen das klassisch Weibliche, das Runde, das Gestandene. Und: Dass der Name EMMA einfach das Gegenteil war von den erwarteten Klischees. “ Vom Magazin zum Kind, das gibt es auch: Ein Hamburger Vater verriet uns, dass eine bei der Gynäkologin ausliegende „Emma“ den Anstoß für den Namen seiner 2008 geborenen Tochter gab. Lange Zeit wäre die Reaktion auf „Sie heißt Emma“ wohl „Armes Kind! “ gewesen. In den 70er und 80er Jahren hieß nur eine Emma: die Dampflok in Michael Endes „Jim Knopf und Lukas der Lokomotivführer“. Jims Pflegemutter Frau Waas, Inhaberin eines kleinen Ladens für alles, hatte sicher nur deshalb keinen Vornamen, weil die Lok schon Emma hieß. Übrigens war „Tante-Emma-Laden“ einst nicht eben nett gemeint: Emma war die einfache alte Frau von nebenan, die Gemischtwarenhandel betrieb. In Österreich gab es bis 2005 kleine Läden namens Emma, betrieben von der Rewe-Tochter Billa. Emmas erneuter Aufstieg begann Mitte der 90er mit „Baby Spice“ Emma Bunton. 1996/97 gab es gleich zwei Verfilmungen des Austen-Romans „Emma“, mit Gwyneth Paltrow und Kate Beckinsale. Ab 2001 kam Jahr für Jahr ein neuer „Harry Potter“ mit Emma Watson. Und noch ein Vorbild aus der Welt des Films: Emma Schweiger (Jahrgang 2002) war in „Keinohrhasen“ und weiteren Streifen zu sehen. Bis heute polarisiert Emma: Das Bild der alten Tante – sie hat es nicht ganz abgeschüttelt. Mit Emma kann man so manche Oma richtig schocken. Auf der anderen Seite passt ihr weicher Klang hervorragend in die derzeitige Mode. Emma ist auch in den USA sehr beliebt: 2013 stand sie dort wie damals auch in Deutschland auf Platz 2 der Hitliste. Im englischsprachigen Raum funktioniert Emma ebenso wie in Skandinavien, und vielleicht ist genau das ihr Geheimnis, das sie aus der Masse weniger beliebter alter Namen heraushebt. Variante Hemma International Auch in Dänemark, Schweden, Irland und England ist der Mädchenname Emma zur Zeit sehr populär. Namensprofil Gedicht: Möwenlied Von Christian Morgenstern Die Möwen sehen alle aus, als ob sie Emma hießen. Sie tragen einen weißen Flaus und sind mit Schrot zu schießen. Ich schieße keine Möwe tot, ich laß sie lieber leben – und füttre sie mit Roggenbrot und rötlichen Zibeben. O Mensch, du wirst nie nebenbei der Möwe Flug erreichen. Wofern du Emma heißest, sei zufrieden, ihr zu gleichen.

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The way this track was used in episode 10 on the 1st season is godlike. I've never seen anywhere else this level of synchronization of music with a moment. The moment Pixis asked Eren Can you cover the breach in the wall the music is quite calm and almost upbeat and cheerful. Then Eren answers that he has no right to answer as he doesn't understant his powers. Then Pixis said that he asked the wrong question. Will you do it or not? And the music gets extremely serious. Then Eren looks around to see what's at stake - the whole humanity that lies beyond the city they're fighting for. At that moment music conveys this epic and vast feeling of responsibility. Then Eren proceeds to furiously thinking about it and music changes to that mood as well. And finally he answers: I'll do it! I don't know if it'll work out but I'll do it! The music goes full out epic and then the scene proceeds to the ending song. One of the best scenes in existence in my opinion. If anyone didn't pay enough attention to the music in this moment, go rewatch this moment and focus on music. It's worth it as nothing else.

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Emma stone.

Prelepe stee😍😍 VIDEO JE SUPERR🤗🤗❤❤❤🌍🌍. No sé porque la gente se queja de esta actuación, me parece que está dpm. フッフヘッヘッ ホ フッフヘッヘッ ホ. A young Neo-Electronic-folk Kim Gordon? Like it. Que trailer belíssimo 😍😍😍😍😍 Estou muito ansioso para ver esse novo trabalho do Larrain. Espero que Ema ganhe logo distribuição aqui no Brasil. 触れたら壊れてしまいそうなほど儚い...





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