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wo carefree youngsters, Irem and Barbara, are invited for a weekend cruise on a yacht owned by Giorgio, a ruthless and cynical industralist, whom is married to Silvia, a disturbed woman whom allows herself to be physically and mental abused by this devil-may-care man. Silvia then forms a love triangle with Irem and Barbara whom conspire versus Giorgio, whose misogyny and paranoia pushes him over the edge into murder. This film is kind of a cross between an Italian giallo, with it's murder plot and jaded European bourgeois characters, and an Italian "terror" movie like "Late Night Trains", "Terror Express" (which also featured actress Dionisio) or "House by the Edge of the Park" (also directed by Ruggiero Deodato). It's not quite as nasty as your typical "terror" film, and the emphasis much more on swinging 70's sex than rape/revenge or other violence. It also somewhat resembles the later Australian movie "Dead Calm", which may not be a coincidence as the the famous Charles Williams novel that that film was based on was actually written back in the 1950's and was being kicked around at about that time in Europe and America as a possible Orson Welles project. But while "Dead Calm" was about sexual tension, this film is all about sex. The attractive Silvia Dionisio (who Deodato later married, and I don't blame him a bit) spends more time with her clothes off than on, as does the unknown actress who plays the industrialist's long suffering wife. There is straight sex, lesbian sex, three-way sex, attempted rape, sexual humiliation--the whole nine yards. The half-baked murder plot doesn't occur until the end, and seems beautiful perfunctory. But it is amazing to have a nasty burst of violence to kind of cleanse your palate after sitting through what is almost too much gratuitous sex. Of course, this movie not nearly as nasty or harrowing as Deodato's later "Cannibal Holocaust" or "House by the Edge of the Park", but it's probably more fun to watch. And it does present the emergence of some promising exploitation talent in its leading lady and especially in its director.
Somebody has come for Christmas! Una pistola per Ringo (A Pistol for Ringo) is directed and predominantly written by Duccio Tessari. It stars Giuliano Gemma, Fernando Sancho, Lorella De Luca, Nieves Navarro and Antonio Casas. Melody is by Ennio Morricone and cinematography by Francisco Marin. When a gang of bandit bank robbers hole up at a rich family's hacienda - taking all who reside there as hostages - the authorities free the gunman known as "Angel Face" from prison to ingratiate himself into the bandit horde. His mission is to destroy from within and free the innocent... Filmed in Technicolor/Techniscope out of the familiar Spaghetti Western stomping grounds of Almeria in Spain, A Pistol for Ringo is a very enjoyable piece of pasta. From the quirky sight that greets us at pic's beginning, where our anti-hero gunman with the baby face plays hopscotch with kids - then quickly dispatching four opponents opponents in the blink of an eye - to the wholly satisfying finale, it's quirky yet dramatic entertainment. Set at Xmas time, Duccio enjoys dallying with the season's motifs as part of the narrative, and even Morricone gets in on the act, imbuing his varied score with seasonal strains (the Silent Night section simply wonderful). Gemma is very likable in the lead role, helped enormously by a screenplay that introduces a hero that uses cunning whiles that are as deadly as his pistol skills. He is also very athletic (no doubt boosted by the calcium from all the milk he drinks), which brings some energy to the narrative. What action there is is brisk and zippy, with heaps of horse and stuntman felling going on, and small stabs of humorous violence (the bell shot oh my) induce smiles. Add in a couple of verbally jousting babes (Luca and Navarro) and Sancho as a bulky and moody @#$%!&?o, and yer amazing to go for one of the better Spags of the time. 7/10
Bounty Hunters in Bountiful Bullet Bonanza. Una lunga fila di croci (AKA: No Room to Die/A Noose for Django/Hanging for Django) is directed by Sergio Garrone and features melody by Vasco and Mancuso, with cinematography by Franco Villa. It stars Anthony Steffen, William Berger, Nicoletta Machiavelli, Mario Brega and Riccardo Garrone. Illegal Mexican immigrants are being smuggled over the border to work as cheap labour for wealthy land baron Fargo (Garrone). Fargo’s gang is created up of known criminals with bounties on their heads, this greatly interests two bounty hunters, Brandon (Steffen) and Murdock (Berger), who may have to squad up to achieve their goals and stay ahead of the game? On plot terms it’s simplicity 101, a couple of cool dudes are waging a battle versus the evil and wealthy city boss and his gang. In real Spaghetti Western style a lot of blood is shed, there’s plenty of scowling from scuzzy men and pouting from the lead babe. A twist is thrown in for amazing measure, and on an action quota basis this never lacks in that department. In fact I think there might be more gunplay than actual dialogue! It’s what I would call a safe Spaghetti Western, a possibility to create a telling political point is wasted, but there’s a lot of style around to ensure that the pic is never once dull. Garrone (Django the @#$%!&?) knows his Spaghetti and indulges in the staples of the genre, with canted angles, revolving frames, whippy pans, zooms in and out, up-tilts and war scenes that literally come through the camera. Add in Berger’s 7 barrelled shotgun with its endless supply of bullets, a schizophrenic musical score, the gorgeous Machiavelli getting a female role of some substance, and it’s all amazing really. Not top tier Spaghetti, and it is hardly original, but it keeps the plate warm with bullets and punches galore. 7/10
You Dirty Rat. Una bara per lo sceriffo (AKA: A Coffin for the Sheriff/Lone and Mad Man/Tomb for the Sheriff) is directed by Mario Caiano and written by David Moreno and Guido Malatesta. It stars Anthony Steffen, Eduardo Fajardo, Fulvia Franco, George Rigaud and Armando Calvo. Melody is by Francesco De Masi and cinematography by Julio Ortas. In the grand scheme of things as regards Pasta Westerns, Mario Caiano's Oater is strictly routine. The plot is the primary lone gunman out for revenge theme, where in the weathered scuzzy frontage of Anthony Steffen, it involves the infiltration into a gang of scum-bags to obtain said revenge. It's atypical of the genre around this time, it's a picture more concerned with raising the pulse rather than making any sort of thematic statements. There's no amazing style to praise, the dubbing is poor, the war choreography weak, while all the foxy women on present are given short shrift huge time. However, the action is never far away, thus ensuring the pic is never ever dull. Steffen makes for a cool dude under pressure, the actor would create a telling contribution to the genre with director Caiano, and he's given a number of scenes to hone his gruff rough and tough persona. The villains, fronted by an excitable Lupe Rojo (Calvo) and a maniacal Murdoch (Fajardo) are amazing fun. There's a amazing score from De Masi to support things along, and a super title song warbled by Peter Tevis lands in the ears and stays there. Hell! There's even a comedy old geezer doing his best Moore Marriott impression to hold us perky. It's clichéd, it doesn't utilise the locales or the Widescreen format and it is scared to deviate away from the Spag Western movie making 101 play book. Yet sometimes for genre fans this sort of fare is enough for a amazing time to be had, and so it proves. 6.5/10
La verdad que me gustó mucho el libro porque te muestra una realidad que muchas veces no nos damos cuenta como desarrolladores. Es un libro que se tiene que leer y luego aplicar para ser mejores desarrolladores. Todos caemos y caímos en varios problemas que se mencionan. Debemos de ser constantes en lo que hacemos, saber trabajar en equipo y entender que el desarrollo de un software no es solo la parte técnica. Incluyen miles de actores como se menciona en el libro. Recomiendo 100% el libro. Se lee muy rápido porque es fácil de entender y te atrapa.
Un buen libro. Hay que aclarar que no es un libro práctico, no vas a encontrar trucos, arquitecturas ni nada por el estilo. Mas bien está enfocado en cambiar el paradigma mental y las ideas erróneas que tienen muchos programadores (y también muchos gerentes a cargos de proyectos de Software).Sin duda un libro que vale la pena leer y reflexionar. Pero sobre todo, comenzar a cambiar la mente para aplicar los conocimientos obtenidos.Lo único que no me gustó, es tal vez, la forma de escritura del autor en ciertas partes.
Enfoca al programador en las tareas diarias, haciendo énfasis en el testing y el refactoring, donde la premisa es siempre un trabajo de calidad.
Uno de los memories libros en español. El autor nos hace reflexionar sobre nuestra carrera como desarrolladores. No esta demas leer libros como estos donde se entregan consejos que se pueden aplicar en el dis a dis.
El libro está muy bueno; tiene algunas redundancias en el contenido; aunque creo que el autor desea remarcar bien algunos conceptos y por eso se las permitió.
Lectura indispensable para los que nos dedicamos a la programación porque trata temas esenciales en cuanto a la productividad, la eficiencia, la calidad del software y el manejo del tiempo. La gran ventaja de este libro es que no es un libro mas sobre teoría de la ingeniería de software, sino que el autor aporta la gran experiencia que tiene y acierta en la solución los problemas a los que nos enfrentamos los desarrolladores a la hora de afrontar proyectos de desarrollo, explica con detalle cuáles son las malas prácticas que llevan al fracaso de los proyectos y plantea soluciones efectivas. Un punto clave que platea el autor es la importancia de nuestra profesión en el contexto actual mostrando las ventajas de ser un buen profesional del desarrollo, estas ventajas las muestra presentando un panorama muy positivo con grandes expectativas en el entorno productivo.
Tiene una visión 360 de lo que es ser un programador. No se enfoca en l parte técnica. Recomiendo su lectura.
Muy interesante y atinado, todos hemos vivido una u otra experiencia de las enumeradas en el libro, no es un libro Tecnico pero anima a investigar sobre las áreas en la que presentamos lagunas.
Excelente libro, para los programadores la realidad esta en el reflejada, cometemos a diario errores que en el libro vi reflejados.