CineTV Community Newspaper | Issue 19 | 2023

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Technically we should have Newspaper 18, but since we are in week 19 of 2023 I decided to keep it at that so I don't get confused. I think you all can forgive me for that, right? Anyways, here is your weekly Newspaper again! .

As always the CineTV community is a great place to discover some creativity and passion. So let's sit down and relax.

In this issue, we will quickly go over all the regular items from the newspaper, we supplement it with some juicy gossip and of course we have the weekly moviestar of the week where you can win some CINE tokens. Are you ready? Then we'll start soon!

Here we are again with a muscular CineTV Contest this week. This week it's time to flex your muscles, put on your leather jacket and get your gun ready to fire. The theme for this week is 'Your Favorite Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie'. Whether you prefer Arnie as a futuristic killing machine, a kindergarten cop or a meaty barbarian, we want to hear all about it. Terminate your doubts, make your choice, and let us experience your favorite Arnold movie through your words.

  • The submission deadline is 16th May, 2023, 11:59 PM, UTC time.

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One of the biggest challenges of parenting is teaching your child to let you do your thing without interrupting you. To ensure that your child can keep themselves busy in a responsible way, and many parents think that TV or a PC with internet connection can do this. That is certainly true! Your child will be captivated by the special children's programs and it is arranged. Your child is busy and no longer keeps you from your work. But is this really responsible or sensible?

Read an experience story in this week's CineKids, with a few responsible solutions.

For everyone who is desperately looking forward to the writing prompts every week, we have some fantastic writing prompts for you to get the creative writing juices going!

Have you ever wondered what is considered "cool" by the younger generation? Well here have something for you. You don't have to look any further because in "Frey's Findings" you can find everything. From the latest trends and hot topics among the youth, to the latest celebrity gossip. Everything that concerns the youth and what is considered "cool" is presented to you in a lightning fast writing style. Dive into the rapidly changing cultural youth landscape.

If you're ready for a little break now, grab a cup of coffee and go into the relax mode. Enjoy even more of that juicy Hollywood gossip.

  • Lily Rose Depp confirms her relationship with rapper 070. This relationship seems to have lasted for months, and a photo of a "steamy kiss" posted on social media by Lily Rose is the confirmation. Here's hoping for Lily's sake that her relationship will last longer, and end better than her father's relationship with Amber Heard.

  • "Where there's smoke, there's fire", that old proverb immediately popped into my mind when reading an article about Tom Cruise and Shakira! These two have been spotted together before, and apparently this only has to do with a shared circle of friends? And now I quite believe that, but it is remarkable to say the least that nothing has ever come out about this before. And that they have never been spotted together before. So officially it is claimed that there is nothing more going on than just a shared group of friends, and that there is certainly no question of a relationship. Still, I stick to my thought... "Where there's smoke, there's fire". Time will tell ... but if there is a relationship, I wholeheartedly wish them both.

  • Charles' coronation is over. Harry attended, but Meghan stayed home with her children to celebrate Archie's birthday. Harry boarded the plane as soon as possible after the official coronation to be able to attend. It all sounds so incredibly logical... Or could something else be going on? Rumors suddenly surface about an imminent divorce of Harry and Meghan.

The Movie Star of the Week is intended to be a fun and engaging activity for everyone, and for that we need your participation. All you have to do is join the conversation in the comments below the paper. By doing just that, you could win some juicy CINE Tokens and ECENCE Points! Are you with us this week.

Of coure, thanks to @ecency for generously sponsoring this fun challenge!

It really feels that Schindler's List was a movie with a subject that many of you have found too heavy, or probably just don't like. I don't know which one it is, but that means that there were only two people who really gave a personal opinion about the film itself. And that means that again I can't make too many people happy with some extra Cine tokens. So be it, this week a new chance.

@stickupboys and @zonadigital21 can both look forward to some extra Cine tokens, and thank you for your participation in Movie Star of the Week.

Are you all ready for a new challenge this week?

I´m not going to say much about the Movie Star of the Week this time, because what else do I need to say as; Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci together with Martin Scorsese. What more do you need for a movie to become a topmovie?

Of course, these names are almost a guarantee for succes, but did it work out for you?

This week I would love to hear your personal opinions about:


We have 100 CINE tokens and 100 ECENCY Points to give away, do you have a comment? The conditions are being looked at more strictly. And if the conditions are not met, we will not give away additional tokens.


  • Only personal opinions, no plot stories , and since this is meant for more engagement on the newspaper, you're only in the race to earn some extra CINE when you leave a comment.

If you want to write a blog, that's great! But there won't be extra CINE tokens for blogs anymore.

You guys are "THE COMMUNITY", and we would be nothing without you!

We keep watching for all the films that come out this year, after all, that is what the CINETV community is for. I will try to show as many different genres as possible. Hopefully there's something to your taste and you'll find a new movie for your "To Watch" list. Get ready for some trailers below!


The four best friends in the long awaited sequel. They are back!


As a detective, Ben Affleck becomes embroiled in some tricky cases that affect both his professional and private life.


For everything there is a first time. And this time that is for bringing the Saint Seiya saga to the big screen in live-action. Based on an international anime sensation.

We like to point out the following note about plagiarism!

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We have seen some really great posts that failed to source their pictures, and so we were not able to curate them properly. Remember to only post YOUR OWN words and to properly source the photos that you use that are not your own.

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I've never seen The Irishman, so can't give an opinion. Will try to remember to check back and see if it's something I might watch 🙌

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It's really hard to teach children to keep their minds occupied with something positive.

I am one of those who support that children have to learn to use technology, internet and all those things, but it is not always good, because if you do not supervise what they do on the internet it can lead to them finding out things they are not yet prepared for, I miss those years when children spent the weekends playing with a board game like ludo, bingo or any of those, now children only use phones and computers or TV, but I do not think everything is very educational, I think it is a matter of parents supervising what the children see.

Now with the movie "The Irishman". I was really surprised with this choice, I think it is an impressive and well made movie that offers a fascinating insight into the mafia in the United States. I loved the acting of the main actors, particularly Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, who are two of my favorite actors.

On the other hand, I must say that the movie is quite long, which might be a bit overwhelming for some people. It is also true that the story is complex and can be difficult to follow at times. However, I feel that these aspects are compensated by the quality of Martin Scorsese's storytelling and direction.

This film is very good and conveys a reflection on life and death, as well as the consequences of our decisions. The plot follows the life of Frank Sheeran (played by Robert De Niro), a hit man working for the mob who, as he ages, begins to question his choices and the way he has lived his life. The film also shows how the choices we make can have a ripple effect on our lives and the lives of those around us.

I recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys gangster movies and is looking for a well told and acted story. The film has its strengths and weaknesses, but overall, I think it is a film worth watching.

Almost forgot.... Thanks so much for the award guys, I hope you all have a great day.