With the football season now back underway and untold dramas set to unfold over the next few months, it is a good moment to look back at some football films from over the years that have been so bad they’ve been good. Continue reading
The death of Robin Williams was unexpected and shocked a lot of people. It still is hard to understand why someone who gave so much laughter left life the way he did. Like many other movielovers did, I too decided to check out some of his work. I watched Dead Poets Society for the first time and I also felt it was a good moment to rewatch this movie. It’s been a very long time since I last saw it and except for a general summary of the movie I forgot the rest. I was interested to find out if I would still like it as there are some movies you liked when you were younger and on as rewatch don’t hold up. It wondered how it would turn out for this. Continue reading
It is funny to see how a poster and a hype around a movie can influence your expectations. With this movie, based on a popular book, it was immediately clear to me that the target group for this one was teenage girls. I have seen various other movies of this type appear (Twilight, City of Bones, Beautiful Creatures (skipped all of them)), so I was not really jumping for joy to watch this one. My expectation was a predictable movie filled with clichés. But after hearing a lot of very positive things about it I got curious about the quality of the film. Continue reading
If there is one artists who had a huge impact on a specific music genre than James Brown fits the bill. A quick look at the “Rap Sample FAQ” shows a long lists of artists who have sampled his music. James Brown had a long and very successful career with some ups and downs. Just like biopics about other artists (think Walk the Line and Ray) Get On Up tries to tell his life story. Continue reading
Even though I didn’t really need it I recently decided to get myself a new phone, one which has been titled a “flagship killer”. The phone is made by Oneplus and the model is called One. Specs are impressive with a 5.5 inch screen, 3Gb of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera and 64Gb of memory. Best thing of all that though is the price, which is only 299 euros. Since this is a new company which still has to ramp up production they introduced an invite system in order to get one and it took me a couple of nights of frequenting the forums to get my hands on one.
Last week I received the phone and have been quite happy with it during the last week. You get used to the size of the thing quickly and I already see some advantages of having this phone. The most important one is that I can now easily read and respond to your blog posts, something which was way too slow to do on my old phone (and therefore I never did). So you will be seeing me around commenting more than usual. I might do a separate article on the phone itself describing what I do and don’t like, but the question this week is not about this phone. It is about apps:
Which movie related apps you can’t do without (and would recommend to others)? Continue reading
Lee Pace was born on March 25, 1979 in Chickasha, Oklahoma. His father worked in the oil business which meant he spent several years in Saudi Arabia during his childhood. When they moved to Texas he attended Kling High School in Spring, Texas. He temporarily left school to act at Alley Theatre in Houston in various plays. Next he went to the Drama Division at Julliard School where he was in several other plays. After graduation he continued to act on stage both on and off Broadway. His first movie role was as a transgender woman in Soldier’s Girl which earned him several awards. He played in Tarsem Singh’s The Fall, The Good Shephard, The Twilight Saga: Breakign Dawn, Lincoln, The Hobbit movies and recently in Guardians of the Galaxy. Continue reading