Saturday, September 25, 2010

How Shazam Works To Identify (Nearly) Every Song You Throw At It

How Shazam Works To Identify (Nearly) Every Song You Throw At It

Testing smart phones

All of these are great, had me going.

Continuity: A Flash Puzzle Platformer

Continuity: A Flash Puzzle Platformer

Pretty fun game if you have the time to play it makes you think!
You press space to move the boxes around so you can jump through them weird concept but fun.
I got to level 15 lol pretty hard but I like the music.

Movie Review ( The Men Who Stare at Goats )

What this movie is trying to do is pretty much show you how ridiculous the CIA went to try to develop these super soldiers. Now some of this is true but it's obviously exaggerated for the cinema effect. The acting in this movie is pretty great I mean you have some of the best actors in it; George Clooney, Jeff Bridges, and Kevin Spacey. We mostly follow Bob Wilton (Edwan McGregor) through the film as he wants to become a war-journalist. I don't want to spoil too much so I'll just move onto the review part of the movie. As I said the actors are great in this, the story line is pretty fitting there isn't too many things that are too off the chart. Now where this movie probably will get a lot of people is how pretty much strung out on acid it is. These super soldiers have the ability to remotely find anyone just by thinking about it. Also Kevin Spacey ends up being the bad guy (didn't' see that one coming).In the end the movie is just okay it's nothing to big nothing to small, pretty enjoyable if you haven't got anything to do.

Also this is my favorite scene in the movie 

Friday, September 24, 2010

Movie Review ( requiem for a dream )

I`m a big movie buff and this is one of the movies I haven't really dived into until recently. This movie deserves all the hype around it. Let me just get out the things that are obvious, the camera angles and movement are amazing one of the best I have seen. My favorite seen in this movie is when they are in the car talking about being promoted and then all hell breaks out. When he is running away from the car and that camera movement just makes you feel like you're there with him the tension is great as well. Now let’s get back to the story. It doesn't try to glamorize the drug life I don't think anyone would like to live like that, but it does amazingly show how it is to actually be out the streets and a junky. Also it has that stigma what most people have that if someone is wrong I’ll just take a pill for it. It goes into great detail of showing us how corrupt the world is while being in a place where everything is corrupt its self. In the start it makes you feel somewhat as if these people are real and are just living their life normally but then toward the end you see how much drugs really take over their lives. In the end I could keep on going on and on with this movie but I’m sure you've already heard the praise it needs. Later I will be reviewing recent films.

Also here is the link to the best scene in Requiem for a dream


They need to be going up higher, I don't believe that we will fall into a depression as some people might say. There is always too many games going on in Wall Street, they need to understand that they can't play keep playing monopoly the way they want to and then quit and leave the table when things don't go their way or ask for more money so they can still keep in the game.