DupÄƒ ce am aÈ™teptat aproape 3 zile sÄƒ se downloadeze, È™i dupÄƒ un Ã®nceput destul de anost, In Bruges s-a dovedit a fi o comedie neagrÄƒ remarcabilÄƒ. Am rÃ¢s cu lacrimi, de fazele stupide, È™i Ã®n continuare Ã®mi place minunata idee romanticÄƒ servitÄƒ de atÃ¢ta vreme Ã®n filme: codul dintre hoÈ›i si criminali, ideea de loialitate Ã®ntre ei, onoarea care nu trebuie sÄƒ fie pÄƒtatÄƒ sub nici o formÄƒ, altfel devii doar un alt papagal nesemnificativ. VouÄƒ nu vi se pare interesant conceptul?
Un pic plictisitor la Ã®nceput, fazele comice Ã®ntÃ¢rzie sÄƒ aparÄƒ, dar cÃ¢nd Ã®È™i dau drumul,Â o fac cu brio! Umorul britanic e senzaÈ›ional de cele mai multe ori, ca o gurÄƒ de aer proaspÄƒt la clasicele glume, extrem de previzibile de altfel, din filmele americane. Partea dramaticÄƒ, nu poate sÄƒ lipseascÄƒ dintr-o comedie neagrÄƒ e È™i ea prezentÄƒ acolo, intrigÃ¢nd È™i vrÄƒjind in acelaÈ™i timp cu flash-backuri È™i Ã®ntÃ¢mplÄƒri curente merge ca unsÄƒ pÃ¢nÄƒ la final. Despre latura romanticÄƒ, nu pot sÄƒ spun decÃ¢t cÄƒ e “un pic” cam trasÄƒ de pÄƒr, È™i se potriveÈ™te ca nuca Ã®n perete Ã®n context, dar se poate face abstracÈ›ie de ea.
Toate puse la un loc, fac un film mai mult decÃ¢t decent, aÈ™a cÄƒ Ã®i rÄƒmÃ¢n dator vÃ¢ndut Georgianei pentru cÄƒ mi l-a recomandat, È™i thumbs up pentru Collin Farrell, care nu e unul din favoriÈ›ii mei, dar m-a surprins plÄƒcut.
Piticul din pozÄƒ, e Jordan Prentice pe care l-am tot vÄƒzut pe ici pe colo, È™i mi-a placut. Poza e luatÄƒ de pe IMDB.
A Chinese walks into a bar in America late one night and he sees Steven Spielberg. As he was a great fan of his movies, he rushes over to him, and asks for his autograph. Instead, Spielberg gives him a slap and says:
– “You Chinese people bombed our Pearl Harbour, get outta here.”
The astonished Chinese man replied:
– “It was not the Chinese who bombed your Pearl Harbour, it was the Japanese”.
– “Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, you’re all the same!” replied Spielberg. In return, the Chinese gives Spielberg a slap and says:
– “You sank the Titanic, my forefathers were on that ship.”
Shocked, Spielberg replies:
– “It was the iceberg that sank the ship, not me.”
The Chinese replies,
– “Iceberg, Spielberg, Carlsberg, you’re all the same for me.”
I followed the series, I enjoyed the series, and I was waiting for the 4th season with my fingers crossed. Long time until April, but they surprised me pleasantly when Razor got out. Many people I spoke with did not like it, the way the camera moved, the dialogues, the fact that the story was dragging in the last season, but except the former, I think everything is part of the BSG charm. Cursing with “frak/frack“, or all those reports, notebooks, pictures or whatever piece of paper in the movie with the severed corners, making it “unique”.
Razor covers two time lines, the present, where Lee Adama becomes the Pegasus “Actual” and the adventures of Battlestar Pegasus in the 10 months between the attack on the colonies and the rendezvous with Battlestar Galactica through flashbacks, but I’m not going to spoil it here… I’ll let you decide for yourselves.
I don’t do movie reviews usually, but then again, this is not a movie… this is starting to become a saga, and deserves a special place in my “favorites list” right near Star Trek, Stargate and some others. Anyhow, this opened up my appetite for movie/series reviews, so I’m adding two new categories to my cloud: Movies & Tv.
Well, I believe we all have our habits on the web. And by habits, I mean things we do, tools we use, things we laugh at.
I spend most of my day online, due to my line of work and thus I use lots of sites and tools offered by these sites. Also, everyday I get spammed with lots of crap by mail or instant messenger, so I decided to compile a list of sites I visit. Because of the quantit, i decided to add a maximum of 10 links for each category.
One of the primary sites I use everyday, not only for work but for personal use is of course Google: http://www.google.com; Included in this package Gmail, google maps, picasaweb, google reader etc.
http://www.swsoft.com are the developers of Plesk, Virtuozzo, HSPcomplete, Pleask Expand and so on, not-free virtualization software used on many of the servers I administrate, with an incredible amount of information on their forums regarding this software.
http://debianadmin.com contains lots of articles related to Debian and Ubuntu, the Linux distributions I mainly use.
http://tldp.org The Linux Documentation Project – I think the title covers it… 🙂