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I have to admit up front to liking every single, John Carpenter movie. They are works of art in there special style and quality. This is actually my favorite of all of them. There could be a criticism that this film is didactic and sends some sort of clumsy political or philosophical notice but I'd have to answer that you simply don't obtain it. Unlike the modern propensity for films to test to hammer home some political point or perspective, the notice here is only window dressing. The notice may (or may not) be necessary but instead of getting caught up in some sort of self-important moralizing, let's remember this is a film - and a SciFi action film at that. (that is the approach in my opinion) If I would compare films to literature or film makers to authors I'd compare Carpenter to Hemingway - although Carpenter specializes in anti-heroes and sometimes over-the-top characters, while Hemingway is understated. They are analogous for their own medium. This is action, sci-fi but like Hemingway's stories, this is a man's movie. Straight forward. Fun at times, brutal at times and even funny at times. Hold a watch out for one of the amazing one-liners in film history when the star is in the bank - only peripherally similar to "bazooka." A+ to Roddy Piper as well. When I first saw this film I had zero expectation from him. Now I want he'd have created a lot more movies...
Life's a @#$%! and she's back on heat! They Live is directed by John Carpenter who also adapts the screenplay form the short story Eight O'Clock in the Morning written by Ray Nelson. It stars Roddy Piper, Keith David and Meg Foster. Melody is by Alan Howarth (and Carpenter) and cinematography by Gary B. Kibbe. Unemployed drifter Nada (Piper) wanders into the town looking to search work, but upon finding a special pair of sunglasses he sees a various globe to everyone else. It's a globe frequented by an alien race who are using the Earth for their own nefarious means. See The Truth! Carpenter does subversive sci-fi and it's a whole bunch of fun. Stripped back it's evident that They Live is Carpenter's wry observation on the politico posers who endorse the rich getting richer and everybody else sliding down the pole; to where they stop nobody knows! It's also a blatant paean to the glorious years of the 1950s when paranoia based sci-fi schlockers and creaky monster features ruled the air waves. It's also a wonderfully macho driven action movie, laced with comedy as well. You can rest assured there will be plenty of shooting, punching, dodging and spoken lines to create you smile. Piper is no Kurt Russell, but we shouldn't keep that versus him because he fills the role nicely. With muscular frame, 80s hair and a quip on the tongue, he is most assuredly a Carpenter leading man for the 80s. Alongside him is the reassuring presence of Keith David, himself a beefcake and also one of the coolest muthas on the planet. It's simple to believe that these two can save the planet, even after nearly beating each other to a pulp during a prolonged side-alley war sequence, where Carpenter doesn't miss a possibility to parody professional wrestling. While away from the beef, Meg Foster gets the lead lady role, with those awesome eyes nestling in perfectly with the globe Carpenter has created. Carpenter does political? Yes, but it's not the be all and end all of his intentions. He wanted to create an action sci-fi schlocker with sly politico undertones as motives. And that's exactly what he did. Joyously so. 8/10
Eddie and Joan were two amazing looking people… You Only Live Once is directed by Fritz Lang and written by C. Graham Baker and Gene Towne. It stars Sylvia Sidney, Henry Fonda, Barton MacLane, Jean Dixon and William Gargan. Melody is by Alfred Newman and cinematography by Leon Shamroy. He has been pounding on the door of that execution chamber since the day he was born. One of Fritz Lang's first American productions is a cracker-jack proto-noir, a leading light (darkly shaded of course) in the sub-genre of fugitive lovers on the lam pictures. Story leans on the legend of Bonnie and Clyde and finds Fonda as three times jailbird Eddie Taylor. After strings are pulled and promises made, Eddie gets released into the arms of his adoring gal, Jo Graham (Sidney). Determined to go straight and settle down with Jo, Eddie finds a society not ready to forgive and forget, worst still, he's old comrades in criminal arms have cooked something up and it's not going to be amazing news for Eddie. Cue the Romeo & Juliet factor as two lovers love each other so much they will stop at nothing to be together and to test and create the other one happy. Lang brings his expressionistic bent to the tragi noir tale, drifting fogs, mists and spider web shadows across key scenes. Canted angles feature, reflections in a psychological eye also play their part, while the protection of animals theme – and the continuing frog motif - further strengthens the otherworldly – cum - nightmarish aura that so often permeated Lang's movies. The action scenes are deftly marshalled by the director, with a smoke grenade led robbery and a prison escape particularly worthy of luring you to the end of your seat. Lang also gets fine performances from his lead actors, Sidney is not done too a lot of favours by the screenplay, where she is saddled with one of those compliant love interest roles, but she brings a quality to her scenes with Fonda that earns respect. Fonda is amazing in what is a two-fold role, shifting skilfully between a tender lover to an embittered man, he's a triumphant fulcrum for all the different strands that Lang is weaving together. It has been argued that it's a movie that's too morally grey, but as movie noir lovers will tell you, this is no poor thing, especially when Lang marries up his superb visuals with alienation, fatalism and pessimism. Historically necessary to movie noir and Lang fans, You Only Live Once is an ambiguous gem. 9/10
So cool! A small frustrating when the connection is lost and the 'please stand by' notice comes up but I suppose that can't be helped. The best part...sunrises...just awe-inspiring! And learning global geography I didn't pay attention to in high school!
Amazing app, but unfortunately the feed is so flakey... The photos can be spectacular, but the downlink is never quick enough to supply an HD quality signal. Can be so much better, but a amazing achievement to supply a public viewing platform.
Just got this app. I payed the 99 cents for adv free. So far love it. I would have prefered to have had the option to shop the videos or images in a various folder like the external sd card. The program does not give you that option. Perhaps this would be a feature in some future update.
Live feed has had no signal since I installed this app. I have a Galaxy S6 edge that I just got so it's not my phone. Definitely uninstalling this app. I'm really disappointed that this application is not working properly so I can see the Earth from the ISS, but it's always showing a black screen. I don't wish to uninstall but what choice do I have. I feel like I'm missing out on a amazing experience to watch earth live from space.
I can't quite search words strong enough to describe how much I love this app!! Its the closest I'll ever obtain to seeing inside the zone station. Its an aperitif to some of the breathtaking sights the astronauts obtain to see...love it,love it,love it!
It's just Sooooo Coooool !!! About every few months there's something new. Latest week I watched the astronauts work outside the Zone Station for 6 hours, re-enter through the airlock and have their spacesuits removed while attached to the wall inside the Station. Later they had a webcast, answering all types of questions from Facebook, Twitter and schools around the country. Today they asked Houston, Mission Control, for a football android game !
I loved this book though it will be hard for me to articulate just exactly why......I will, however, try. The book is very unconventional. Mr. Orner has a love of the short story and though there are a few novels mentioned within this memoir, there are far more short stories. The book is kind of a mix of, review of story, info about the author of the story and Peter Orner's life likened to the story. Not sure if that makes sense but it does create for some amazing reading. Mr. Orner has a dark side to his writing....he is a thinker, he ponders and as with a lot of artists he struggles with the meaning of his life in relation to his gift....which is, most assuredly, on display in this may ask why we wish to know about Mr. Orner's struggles but this book is about far more than that.....a reader, a writer. any lover of the written word will search nuggets of profundity in these pages. The book opened my eyes to all kinds of fresh reading opportunities...it also gave me clues as to how to look at past readings. The format is unusual which allows for contemplation. This book will poke and prod around in my head for a long time. The reading of "Am I Alone Here ?" will, most likely affect everything I read in the future.I applaud Peter Orner for his willingness to share so much raw emotion....to relate it to the stories we read or write, and for his ability to do so in a method that is so engaging. I am so glad I had the opportunity to read this. Not sure if I would have picked it off the shelf . Having read and reviewed it, I search that I have so a lot of people I would like to recommend it to.
Special and fascinating, Orner's latest, a collect of insightful essays/ intimate memoir, quite simply created me fall in love with reading again. Orner here not only highlights the works of authors popular and obscure, but shares why it is he loves to read and how this love of literature helped him obtain through painful chapters of his life such as the death of his father and a divorce. If you love to truly read or are a lapsed reader created numb by airport trash, this book will renew your faith in the power of the written word.
I loved this book, it's like taking a short story class from the coolest professor ever or a amazing friend. Orner's knowledge, insight and humor added so much to stories I've read and also created me eager to read a lot of more fresh ones. Essential reading!
I came to Peter Orner through his Modern Love essay in the Fresh York Times. I connected with his writing style from the first. His poetic cadence carries you along like a stream taking keep of a leaf. His phrases kind of move through you as you read, making you feel as if you’re in conversation with him. I read his three short stories in the Paris Review, which were conservative and less moving than his essay, but still I wanted more, which is why I picked up “Am I Alone Here?” I didn’t go in with expectations, other than those his writing had suggested, and I knew it was a meditation on reading, an autobiographical memoir-esque experiment of sorts. But it seems something is work is about stories, fiction and truth bound by that secret pact that never lets a reader know which is which. Orner has a method of telling a story about a story that lets you know he’s lived some part of it, too. He lives what he reads, and this seems so necessary for a writer. I love books about writing, especially those that aren’t blatantly about writing. I admire Orner’s compassion for—and deep understanding of—stories. He makes it so that you walk away realizing everything is a story. Stories are how we live. Day in and out, we are living stories. We don’t all write about them, but when we read we’re reminded of this and seem to connect more readily with the idea. Maybe I’m taking away what I’d like here, but this brief foray into reading highlights the ways we are ide from the literary works he undresses here, he shares some sage-like advice. “Stories need no why,” he writes. “They only need to breathe a small on the page.” We don’t need to know the reasons we are telling or writing a particular story because they are essentially a byproduct of what it is to be human (in my humble opinion, not his). He suggests readers—who come in all shapes and literary shades—share the burden of the weight writers—who come in all shapes and literary shades—carry. He dares to claim reading (all thirteen volumes of Chekhov, for instance) isn’t what helps him “write a sentence that breathes,” which goes versus the trite bit of writing advice, to write better, one must read, and read, and read. Orner admits reading alone keeps him alive, and yet his writing seems like the air we’re often looking to breathe. Yes, I am enamored with his writing, but also his honesty and his … um, is it humility? passion? compassion? humanity? I don’t know, but it’s all there.Midway through a rather interesting observation about Captain Ahab, Orner tells us he’s been doing more reading than writing lately (as he writes this gem about reading), and more thinking than both. He asks: “Isn’t thinking a form of writing without the pressure of needing to communicate with anybody?” Then he suggests he’s “testing the chance of writing a book in [his] head without pen, paper, or computer.” I despise this idea, wanting to ask him how one can divorce the idea of thinking from writing—or writing from thinking. I can’t think without writing; through writing we think. But then Socrates feared the pen and perhaps he was one of the greatest thinkers ever … according to Plato’s pen, st small bit, and perhaps this is more for the writer (who won’t read this if he knows what’s amazing for him). According to one of his sources and notes on the notes, when discussing Chekhov in translation, he quotes Roberto Bolaño’s response to how we recognize a work of art in a piece of literature. Essentially, if a child makes it her own after reading it, and whether faithfully or not reinterprets it, adding value to its original, well … “then we have something before us …” I say, if a writer is inspired to write after reading a book of essays about reading, well then … (she writes, as she taps the keys with the hints of her fingers, typing at a thoughtful pace.)
This is a beautiful, compelling book. It's about books, reading, reflecting, living, life, loss, losing, loving, learning, letting go. Mr. Orner is by turns wise, vulnerable, funny, learned, innocent, fierce, tender, brilliant, surprising, human. My first time through the book I couldn't place it down and read straight through. Since then I go back and dip in like a refreshing pool to remind myself why I love reading and being alive. It is a book filled with humanity, thought provoking, a book to sink into at times and stay as with a amazing friend, on a rainy afternoon. We should all be blessed with such friends. In the course of reading I was reminded of so a lot of amazing books I wanted to read or reread, I ended up with a long list of titles, amazing works, lesser works, all intriguing. I've given half a dozen copies of this book as gifts. No doubt I'll give a lot of more. It's a book to share. Not my own copy though. It has become too personal. Notes fill the margins. We have a shared history.
Peter Orner reads through his life, and that's what this book is. In these small essays, he faces a struggle in his true life and finds a struggle in a short story or novel that is similar. In the process, he shares favorite authors and favorite stories and favorite quotes. If you live to read, as Orner does, and as I do, you may have fun reading to live along with this author, too.
I love this book. I know I love it because I wish to go back to the first page and read it again. I consume again and again work that touches me because I wish to imprint it on the tissues of my being so I can call it forth at will when I need to experience something thoughtful, something beautiful. Orner also consumes what he reads again and again but he is smarter than I am. He reads oceans while I'm still learning how to tread water and can't keep my own in the deep end. But I know what it is to pick up a book first before I write, and to marvel at words hung like excellent stars in the night sky. The aloneness of this is exquisite and yet, because we are not the only ones venturing and toiling this way, we are not alone. Orner writing this book, my reading it, and now my sharing it with you, is proof of this amazing fact.
AM I ALONE HERE? ends on the word 'haven.' I found haven in this thoughtful, heartfelt book. It's a unbelievable blend of memoir and meditation.On literature and life, Orner poses questions and seeks meaning and we're invited into the essential exploration. By turns pensive, probing, sad, stirring, insightful, tender, honest, angry, harsh, and cynical, AM I ALONE HERE? offers up so much. I found myself clutching the book at its close and answering the title question in a burst, 'No you're not.'
I love this book for all the amazing ideas it has given me for fresh books to read. Also, I'm really interested in translating and found his analysis of various translations super interesting. Its a unbelievable book to tutorial one to think and grow as a reader.
This book is a revelation, showing me, reminding me, of why I love reading, and how reading illuminates and amplifies my life.But even this description is misleading, it sounds like I'm reviewing a lecture or collection of lectures, and this book is the opposite of a lecture, it's an invitation of how to be open-hearted and honest about our own lives, which Orner does quite movingly, and how what we read and love helps us do this and helps us be better persons, more fully ourselves. Orner combines reflections and essays about short stories and authors with much more private reflections on his own life, with honesty and about his shortcomings, in a method that invites the reader for related reflection. And he does this with humor and compassion in prose that is always engaging. I didn't wish to do anything else but read this book as I was reading I Alone Here is simply stunning. I couldn't place it down.
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