They have some vision Rovio does. However they may have waited too long to release a movie. The film was fine. Slow to develop–laughs and gags abounding. However 70 millon of their own money and they’re up 150 million gross worldwide as of this writing seems to have paid off. It was okay and I would watch a sequel but hopefully they continue to gather up more meaningful backstory as to their abilties.
It almost didn’t feel like the end although it was. It was quick and well done and miles more satisfying than “Dexter”. That’s because it really did end.
If you haven’t watched it’s a treat. Although it is an espresso of drama with gratuitous, well most everything. Not for the faint of heart.
It is a literal non-stop, gory, gratuitous violence, no holds bar, dizzying spectacle of a film.
If the trailer of the film makes you have motion sickness you’ll be blowing chunks in the film.
Once the film goes, it goes and doesn’t let up. It’s not going to be everyone’s or someone’s cup of tea. It’ll be one person excellent cup of tea. If violence makes you queasy than you’ll be utterly disgusted here.
The cinematography is its point of view and I like it. The music was very neat. The humor was there and was comedic relief.
I became disoriented at one point but I believe that was due to my usage of corrective lenses.
“Hardcore Henry” is a glimpse of what an action/adventure/shooter with VR should aspire to. It was an analog VR experience.
There were plot holes as big as some characters had in this film but the action and recurring humor make it forgivable.
It was enjoyable and unique I think.
If you can fathom it, go. You won’t be disappointed. If you are, you expected too much.
I’ve Watched plenty of Television shows over the years. I’ve gone hiatus on some series. Even with Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Go I am still particular with the shows I commit to watch. As at times it is a commitment. I decide to watch a handful of shows.
This is what I am currently watching:
Fast paced with a nice reoccurring music riff to denote issues. They must be wary of the focus on secondary characters though. Nice little suspense, neat drama in seaweed wrapper.
Produced by JJ Abrams. Gritty, Orwellian thriller, substance, great acting and reeling suspense. A true rollercoaster when it picks up.
Scored and filmed brilliantly. Period drama oozing with character, charm, wondrous thrills, and attire. It’s neatly errie and enjoyable. Produced by Steven Soderbergh.
Curiously seemingly real-life inspired plots with anti-hero. Moderately paced action puzzling drama.
What I was watching:
Amazing acting, at times a lot of filler and slow paced drama. I am only a handful of episodes behind. Really is a treat to watch.
Poised and well paced situational drama with great acting. Satisfying to watch. I am really behind on this one. More than two seasons.
Quirky, fun moderate paced drama with some curious twist in overall plot. Lots of filler and slow to reveal if at all overall season plot. I haven’t watched in years.
Excellently cast, scored and filmed. Ambiance is splendid. Moderately paced drama with immense charm and tact. Unfortunately cut short at its prime due to issues with horses involving the humane society. I refuse to watch the last couple of episodes so its not ruined for me. It has been years.
It’s been a while and then some but I’ve bought my first laptop in some years.
I opted for the Acer Chromebook 11 CB3-111
I’ve been exclusively utilizing my iPad 2 for my computing needs mostly as a consuming media device.
I have two laptops (one over 5 years old and the other at over 2 years old) weighing in at over 5lbs in weight and not at all suitable for carrying–lugging around.
I had my year with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
That demonstrated to me that most but not everything can be done without aid of a laptop with some concessions.
Coldfustion convinced me of that:
Then I spent my time solely using an iPhone 5s.
At which point I began using an iPad 2 for the majority of my computing usage.
But I’m nostalgic and desire a physical keyboard. The form factor of a laptop is heavy on my mind.
I thought I’d go the Macbook Air route (used however) because I’d be carrying it around.
Along with a low (very low) entry price. It was worth delving into a Chromebook.
My only complaint thus far is the lack of a Caps Lock button and the search button in its place. However with some usage I should stop my caps lock habit.
I’ll see how it goes.