Sabtu, 04 Februari 2017

Critic Reviews: ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’

Don't get your hopes up: For fans, this installment adds little. For detractors, it's almost certainly not really the final chapter. Milla Jovovich in the sixth Resident Evil film. Remains fighting fit as she drives off into the sunset saying "my work is not done".

You must be know, the movie is called “,” but don’t let that get your hopes up. After all, “Resident Evil: Extinction” (2007) was hyped as “the third and final installment of the ‘Resident Evil’ trilogy,” and that was three chapters ago. In fact, the last scene of this frenzied yet tedious post-apocalyptic farrago strongly suggests that the long-running, video game-inspired franchise could very easily continue. All that’s missing is a climatic close-up of lead player Milla Jovovich dropping all pretense and winking at the audience, then laughing out loud.

Uptodate, that might have been a welcome sight for those of us who have been following the franchise since 2002, when the first “Resident Evil” movie introduced Jovovich as Alice, the most resilient of the commandos sent to the Hive, an underground laboratory of the mysterious Umbrella Corporation, after the experimental T-virus transformed several of the facility’s researchers (and quite a few dogs) into flesh-eating zombies. A lot has happened to Alice since then — she has gained, lost and regained super powers, and witnessed the zombification of almost the entire human race — but very little of it has been cause for laughter, or even a wry smile.
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Things continue to be grim in “The Final Chapter,” which finds Alice alone amid the ruins of a devastated Washington, D.C. (evidently, that big battle foretold at the end of 2012’s “Resident Evil: Retribution” didn’t turn out so well) and surprisingly receptive to a summons from her long-time foe, the Red Queen, an artificial intelligence program that manifests itself as the hologram of a little girl with the voice of an autocratic schoolmarm. The Red Queen wants Alice to return to the Hive to obtain a vial of “airborne antivirus” to counteract the T-virus and, while she’s in the neighborhood, lay the smackdown on Dr. Alexander Isaacs (Iain Glen), the evil Umbrella Corporation honcho who has figured out a way to benefit from wiping out most of humanity. Alice killed Dr. Isaacs a few movies ago but, evidently, he got better.

The bad doctor is not the only thing that has been recycled here by writer-director Paul W.S. Anderson, who’s been involved with every film in the “Resident Evil” series and, not incidentally, is married to Milla Jovovich. In addition to repurposing situations, character types, and fight choreography from previous episodes, Anderson borrows freely from a host of other post-apocalyptic action-adventures — most notably, “Mad Max: Fury Road” — while charting Alice’s progress as she and a ragtag team of like-minded heroes (including series semi-regular Ali Larter) battle zombie hordes and Umbrella Corporation minions that stand in the way of their mission.

A few individual scenes of hand-to-hand and foot-to-face combat are undeniably exciting, and Jovovich once again impresses with her kinetic athleticism. Overall, however, the repetitiveness and occasional incoherence of the nonstop action leave the audience exhausted for all the wrong reasons. And it doesn’t help that the special effects — especially during the many, many fiery explosions — often appear at once expensive and unconvincing. Maybe it is time for everyone involved with the franchise to really, truly and absolutely call it a day

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Vin Diesel returns as Xander Cage in XXX movie 2017

Vin Diesel returns as Xander Cage after 15 years in a sequel to the original 2002 xXx and the 2005 Ice Cube outing xXx: State Of The Union. Talented costume designer Kim Tillman talked to me about Vin Diesel, Ruby Rose, and how to make a pair of pants survive a fall from a water tower without splitting.

When you first started this project, where did you look for inspiration?

I started with the first xXx. It’d been so long since I’d seen it. I really wanted to imagine the character of Xander Cage and see what he’d look like fourteen years later, which is roughly where we pick him up.
Vin Diesel returns as Xander Cage in XXX movie 2017
xXx: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE by Paramount Pictures and Revolution Studios
He’s been hiding out for all those years. We first see him in the tropics. He’s gone from snowboarding to extreme skateboarding. He’s been hiding out, and now he’s back. So what would this extreme sports guy who’s now become a patriot spy, what would be the mentality of that person. What does that look like?

In a way, I got lucky because (director) D. J. Caruso had this beautiful research board up in his office, and a lot of my visual research happened to match his. So we were both on the same page and we started our conversation halfway through rather than the beginning.

We exchanged images, a lot of them inspired by extreme skateboarders. They have a specific vibe, an effortless cool thing. Then we had to translate that to Vin Diesel's physique.

Who inspired Xander Cage in particular?

The world of extreme sports, and guys that I just think look cool. Kelly Slater, a surfer. He has a build and a look similar to Vin. David Beckham. A bit of Lenny Kravitz. People who have that effortless cool. Guys that have, as Vin would call it, “swagger.”

It’s extreme sports but Xander's a grown up. He’s not that punk kid anymore. He has more layers. I wanted to concentrate on that rock and roll vibe. And Vin has that already.

Vin is so connected to this character. He loves him. He was really psyched up for his return. We talked a lot about the old Xander. What to keep and what things do we add? We didn’t want to stray too far from what was already established.

Was there a conflict between practicality and style?

I wouldn’t call it a conflict. More of a math problem to solve. I really wanted them to look chic and urban. A lot of black. But we didn’t want them to look like they were doing stunts. I didn’t want everyone dressed head to toe in lycra.

A lot of the cast are athletes. Nina Dobrev was a dancer, Donnie Yen and Tony Jaa are both incredible martial artists, Chris Wu was a basketball player. So they all had their signature moves, specific kicks and stretches that we wanted to incorporate into the outfit. And a lot of these guys do a lot of their own stunt work.

We wanted them to look James Bond cool, while also incorporating those movements. So we really modified the clothes. We would add this fantastic stretch fabric and make it look like part of the outfit. We would take the piece that allowed them to move and turn it into a style piece. Stretch panels in the knee, to allow for excessive crouching, for example.

Some of the stunts people did for this movie were really outrageous. And when you watch sports, you see a lot of these kids now are actually doing these things. So the bar is raised. What are you going to do to top it, and how are you going to look dope while doing it? That was our mantra. It’s literally written in the script. (Laughs).
(L-R) Vin Diesel as Xander Cage, Donnie Yen as Xiang and Deepika Padukone as Serena Unger in CAGE by Paramount Pictures and Revolution Studios

(L-R) Vin Diesel as Xander Cage, Donnie Yen as Xiang and Deepika Padukone as Serena Unger in xXx: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE by Paramount Pictures and Revolution Studios

Were there any specific brands you focused on?

Greg Lauren, wonderful L.A. designer. He takes old Italian army canvas and he remakes it into beautiful clothing. He was incredibly appropriate for Ruby Rose’s character, who was ex-military and ex-special ops. We used a lot of Burberry, John Varvatos. Classic, masculine clothing.

Some Micheal Kors. Vin loved a specific pair of jeans by Dsquared2.

It was a mixture of big brands and custom pieces. And I have to say, some of the best craft people I’ve ever come across work in Toronto, where we shot. We do this stuff in L.A., but if I ever wanted to copy, make, or modify something, they made it very doable. I really have to commend my crew and their suggestions for craft people.

Two of the women in this movie are not damsel- in-distress types, but warriors. What’s your approach to designing powerful women?

I’m so glad that’s a topic of discussion for this movie. To my mind, each of these characters could’ve been a woman or a man. They wear shorts when it’s hot and jackets when it’s cold. Ruby, Nina and Deepika (Padukone) are obviously beautiful, we can’t ignore that. But not one of them were waiting to be rescued. They’re powerful, they’re resourceful, and they go up against the men as well.

And all the women had their own style, a very distinct look. You’re not going to mix them up.

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Selasa, 07 Juni 2016

Talking About Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows

The Slacker's Cafe talking about movie, hihiho... Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows is everything that’s wrong about blockbuster cinema, and is completely void of any charm, personality or originality of its own.

If you favorites animation movie you must like this movie. From the outset, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is at odds to highlight the differences to Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and, Donatello, just in case those of you who successfully skipped the original film were somehow convinced that the sequel would be a vast improvement. It’s not. Instead it succumbs to the same tonal issues that scuppered its predecessor, finding itself stuck in the middle ground between being too dark for kids, and too dumb for adults.
Talking About Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows
Considering that its four leading characters are life-sized mutant turtles named after renaissance artists that were raised by a rat in the sewer and munch on pizza profusely, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows is painfully derivative. This is even more frustrating considering that Out Of The Shadows is full of the Turtles’ most iconic villains. Not only does Dr. Baxter Stockman (Tyler Perry) help to break The Shredder (Brian Tee) free from jail, but he then creates mutants of their own in the shape of Bebop (Gary Anthony Williams) and Rocksteady (Stephen ‘Sheamus’ Farrelly). The Turtles, along with the help of the returning April O’Neil (Megan Fox) and Vern Fenwick (Will Arnett), as well as a vigilante by the name of Casey Jones (Stephen Amell), combine to try and bring down this team of villains. But the stakes are raised even higher when Krang (Brad Garrett) tries to spark an extra-terrestrial invasion over New York City.

Director Dave Green actually sets-up and shoots Out Of The Shadows’ opening gambit of action in a cohesive and energetic fashion. It unfolds on a freeway and is by far the most enthralling set-piece of the entire film. In this scene, Dave Green and his team of special effects gurus are able to mix the CGI Turtles with practical effects that includes a speeding garbage truck driven by the turtles, police-van carrying the villains, and its escorts being attacked by an array of motorbikes and a helicopter. 

You can watching trailer this movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

But before too long you realize that this was the exception rather than the norm. Stuffed with a pack of villains that have seemingly been thrown together without much care or thought, Out Of The Shadows soon sets up the MacGuffins that will dictate the film’s plot, sign-posting exactly how it will unfold.

Not all of the antagonists disappoint, though. I’d want to see more of Tyler Perry’s maniacal Dr. Baxter Stockman, while Bebop and Rocksteady inject some much needed fun and light-heartedness into the proceedings.

But Shredder seems to spend most of the film pointlessly brooding in the corner, and Krang, who resembles an octopus on steroids crammed inside a microwave, pops up towards the end of the first act, only to then disappear until the finale. This disintegrates the entire conflict (which was scant anyway) from Out Of The Shadows’ conclusion, while Brad Garrett almost instantly and then consistently annoys as the voice of Krang.

Stephen Amell heroically gives it his all as Casey Jones, there’s nowhere near enough of Will Arnett, while Megan Fox’s obvious leading lady appeal is pushed to the breaking point during one outrageously superfluous scene. They’re all let down by a dire, overly expositional, and just downright dumb and unfunny script. Plus, the film's plot is unintelligible amidst the erratic chaos.

After its impressive opening, Out Of The Shadows’ action set pieces become more and more underwhelming as it progresses, too. Not just underwhelming, but unoriginal. A police station break-in, a plane jump, and then its ending where New York is overwhelmed by an invading and assembling alien spacecraft are just too similar to scenes from Iron Man 2, Furious 7, and The Avengers, respectively. Just without the charm, urgency or flair of either of them.

Not even the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles can make it memorable. "Teenage" is, sadly, the operative word to describe them. They’re more annoyingly moody than anything else, as they flirt with turning into humans after discovering a Retro-Mutagen. An overabundance of special effects just stops their personalities from shining through and them becoming even remotely relatable. Which, when combined with the above, makes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows more half-assed than half-shelled. 

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Selasa, 24 November 2015

The Slackers Cafe: Respected Ma'am

how ever the The Slackers' Cafe give you inspiration for everything.. Tod day inspiration about food...
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Thank you for visiting The Slackers Cafe and for your valuable feedback.
I would like to apologies to you for the extra sweet strawberry milkshake; i will make sure that next time you will get one with proper sugar.
I do remember you visit to The Slackers Cafe 'which was at 10.45 pm on a rainy day ;10.30 we take our last order ,but as you were in hurry and had your baby sleeping in the car ,so i accepted your order by understanding your problem and gave you a option to replace roll bun with burger bun. (because we had finished with our roll buns for the day and bakery's near by gets close by 10 pm.) .after your approval on the same i delivered the order to you with a apology and 10% discount for the same.
i would like you to visit to our cafe once again ;to make sure your experience better this time with us.
thank you Ms Ruchi.

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Chef/ Owner Gaurav Jadhav
Ruchi Kamble: Mr. Gaurav Jadhav,

First of all i accept your appologies for the extra sweet milkshake made by you,
i am glad that you remember my visit to your cafe but i am sorry at the same time you forgot the time i walk in to your cafe.. !!
for your very kind information.. i visited your cafe exact at 08:40 PM(and not at 10:45 pm) and place my order,
since it was a parcel i told you to deliver in my car which was just parked infront of your cafe !!
you didnt even know that baby is sleeping in the car, untill i told you later while goin out to sit in my car, so their is no chance understanding my problem from your side as that was not a problem, that was just a condition,
Second you have clearly written that you already told me about the roll buns shortage, but again a mistake from your side you told me about this when you handed over my parcel in my car with a sorry,
Third thing you have written that you gave me 10% discount.. after informing me that you have only burger bun available.. lol... when i had already paid my bill, so where is the 10% discount ???
Forth thing you have written that bakery just beside your cafe was closed, but let me tell you after collecting your parcel, i my self went to that bakery to buy stuff.

your reply clearly contains all explainations & clarifications
kindly understand a customer is never wrong, atleast not me with my reviews, it was an honest review for your improvement for future, but i think you have taken it in other way and given false explainations, which was just not required.
i hope this time you will take my reply in a positive way to understand the importance of to provide best food and service to your customers.
please note down the above for future....
Thanks in advance !! 
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Jumat, 06 November 2015

LoL World Championship 2015! L 'overwhelming experience of the world !!

As you know this is the year that will be remembered as the moment when MrSombrero (me) began its ascent to the Olympus of perdition FreeToPlay ... or the year when I started playing LEAGUE OF LEGENDS.Well, after casually followed the European summer league (EUW LCS) I picked the team that would suffer my love / hate eternal as a favorite team growing a baby to the sound of swearing, beer and 'Referee Horned' .. the ORIGEN. Yes, but who cares ?? To all of course! because it just so happens that the team overpaid for boys to play pc split asses and transported me to the mythical atmosphere of the World LoL!16 Team that clashed for the glory, low blows, somersaults, broccoli and baguette marked these weeks!The world were held every weekend during the month of September, and every week we played in a different European capital: Paris, London, Brussels, Berlin. The group stage included the two best teams from each region playing, and this year they are facing for the first time PainGaming from Brazil and from Bangkok Titans Thailandia..ovviamente: Wrecked. but they did their terrible figure!

Opening ceremony, the 'adrenaline goes up and then comes to them the story of Cinderella come true; born from the ashes of the strongest team in the world rely on the Origin xPeke to scale the sky, from former world champion with Fnatic, Peke abandons everything to create his personal team and pushes it through victories to the world ..

xPeke is one of the most famous players in the world, perhaps because it is the only one without pimplesWomanizer than those who only look at the regazzine go apnea Soaz is the 'only French competition, we keep in mind this information. The group stage sees The Origin finish in second place, sconfiggento giants China, the Russian Communists and the troll under the bridge ... pass to the knockout stage where expect Flash Wolves, from the mystical Taiwan that are bad PEO wreckati team the self-styled Peke ... you go to the quarterfinals!

My heart was racing the day of the semifinals against SKT, the challenge was difficult and even the baguette power Soaz could quench my not much to say: the SKT disintegrate the origen and go in the final ... vabbeh ... it is a fucking game, but there are still bad stesso..quella the night I ate Nutella.The final even the 'I saw her, knowing that the monstrous SKT would not leave room for sconfitta..e it did.But the world was not just a niche thing! The final has exceeded 30 MILLION viewers! Also it was a wonderful experience to follow all the ceremonies and "Fun Facts" competition!Let's see some:- The Analyst Desk: so 'as the endless threads of football today, even here every game deserved its forecast and delugubrazioni! The only difference being sympathetic Doublift ...
-L'entrata Overwhelming Faker of the semifinals: I can not explain how such a thing could get such a reputation, but the fact is that the web goes crazy meme his entrata..ed the audience into a frenzy !!!-The Existential dilemma of Faker: The broccoli are good ??Guys, I do not know what drives a fan to give a bunch of broccoli idol but seriously ... Faker midlaner is considered the strongest in the world ...
-The Baguette Soaz:Amazing how the French can be entrancing the audience enough to give the sky a baguette you have carefully prepared from home to take her to the world as a spectator, in the first game of the OG a river of baguettes and berets was glimpsed by the public! Also a nice fan built Sword-Baguette 3D Fiora (a champ of the game) and 'gave it to Soaz!

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Senin, 02 November 2015

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Selasa, 27 Oktober 2015

Slacker Radio Redesigns Its Look to Entice the Pandora-Weary

Welcome to the Slacker's Cafe. To day we talking about Slacker Radio is Internet radio by people not drones. That's the pitch anyway. It's got some 250 DJ curated stations plus a slew of specialty and genre channels. The idea is that regardless the on-demand offerings of services like Spotify and Rdio, users don't really want to think too hard about listening to music most of the time. They want radio—and radio in the truest sense, which means you put on a station you like and let a DJ who knows what they're doing take care of the rest. Slacker thinks it can deliver a satisfying experience where all you need to do is press play.

Pandora is the leader in streaming music mostly because it got there first. But use it for a while, and you realize the service's catalog—not to mention its features—are limited. On paper, Slacker Radio is superior, and today, the five-year-old service is launching an overhaul aimed at proving it's superior.

In large measure, the site's overhaul is cosmetic. The old outdated look, has been replaced by a fresher design in blue and grey. The navigations of the apps and web interface is intuitive and easy. There are also some new additions including a "Fine Tune" feature that allows you to skew what you're hearing using sliders and some instantly intuitive tag-cloud logic.
Slacker Radio Redesigns Its Look to Entice the Pandora-WearyAs with Pandora, you can favorite songs, create stations based on certain artists. There's a free, ad-supported radio membership that allows you six skips an hour as well as a $4 per month plan that lets you cache your radio for offline play, and does away with the ads. As with Spotify, there's an on-demand music plan so that you can listen to whatever you want for $10 a month. Where's Pandora's on-demand option, anyway?
I've been using the new Slacker for about a week now, and so far, it's the best internet radio experience I've tried. Specialty stations like "Dive Bar Jukebox" that mix up contemporary indie, with soul classics and 80s new wave are just way more fun than anything Pandora, Spotify, or anyone else has to offer. But we'll see how it holds up after some long-term use. More importantly, we'll see whether it's enough to sway people from the comfortable experiences they've already got.

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