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This application is straight up adware. Don't install it, please. Malwarebytes doesn't detect it just yet, but it has advertisements that appear over your other apps and pop up whenever you turn on your device. It disguises itself as a file cleaner and has the ability to remove "junk files" from your device, and spams you with advertisements that say things like "your device has been hacked, and all of your messages are at risk of being deleted!" This is a straight up virus. Report it and uninstall it immediately, if you had it to start with.
When opening this app, I wish so surprised to see how awesome it was. I love the fact its able to give you fresh filters and stickers without paying for anything! But, the downside is that to a lot of ads pop up perhaps u could fix that? Overall I recommend this app!
I think the picture taking part was awesome but whenever i had low battery something would come up and storage savers would pop up in my notifications and other things that were completely useless. Im sorry but because of all these notifications and pop ups i uninstalled the app. If you fixed the application of all those things i would happily reinstall this application.
Hijacking software. Once you've downloaded it, they'll utilize other parts of your phone with advertising. Not just in application advertising, but advertising while using other apps. Download like it's a plague. I imagine all the amazing reviews are from some 3rd party reviewing scam, or just really uninformed people.
I like this application because I like the method how you can do beauty cam, hairstyles, a image collage, and much more. I could have given it a 3 or 4 star rating, but this application is method too cool. Some people may dislike this app, but this is my opinion.
Well amazing app. Not so sure why it has came with a booster and cleaner though doesnt have nothing to do with the application I installed. Am I the only one that has happened to. I feel like ive fot something I didn't wish and was forced to use it.
An application if this type had NO BUSINESS replacing my lock screen. NONE. And while it can be turned off in the settings, this was explained nowhere in the app's description, and happened to be turned on by default. Application functions that change the core phone's behavior MUST be properly notified in the description; customers should IN NO WAY search out about such things after installation.
I mean, i loved it. That was until it gave my phone a virus. My phone is brand fresh and it was fine, i installed this application and suddenly my phone had pop ups, then i realised it was a virus from this app. I would rate higher, but because of my virus it is a low rste. Sorru.
So I downloaded this application as a replica of Snapchat because, as in the second picture, it shows beautiful much the same format and pictures as Snapchat, which I am not allowed to have. So I thought this would be a fun method to be included in the Snapchat world. Boy was I wrong. First of all, the permissions it required granted to install it were enough to create me skeptical, but I looked past both that and the poor reviews and downloaded it. Second, The format is a COMPLETE LIE. It looks NOTHING like the pictures. Just be honest with you stinking format! Third, There were adds every time I used my phone and fourth, they had NO RIGHT to change my lockscreen. I know they say "you can turn it off in settings" but they NEED to say something about that in their description. This application was deceving and just not a amazing app. Please, do not download this app. If you like the pictures and filters, test FaceU or MSQRD. I know from experience those are really good. And, they don't lie about what they're like.
Amazing Everytime I go on the filters and I need to download them I can tap the filters and when the downloading page shows up I can imediately press x and I'm Gucci install this application this is a Amazing TIME KILLER it just doesn't work when ur in the dark under a flashlight but other than that install this multie application It's a method to hold you motivated thumbs up for this application
It's great. I love the method it let's u pick what kind on locations and items u want to place ur disyne(sorry if I spelled it wrong). Anyways.......its method better than any other application I downloaded😍😍😍😘LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!^-^ "yay"
Its a amazing application I love all the stickers and filters, BUT check application permissions after install or it will take over your phone like it has a full screen pop out whenever you miss a phone call or text e ability to reroute calls and messages the precise GPS zone Etc even your device ESN and IMEI and your carrier information. If you install the application immediately go into your Android device settings before opening and disable the permissions for phone and messaging and contacts disable allowing to create system changes. When launching application first time hit the home button in the application go to [email protected]#$%! more settings and uncheck the boosters and hit the screen flash and create sure not checked. And I understand you need revenue I would suggest making an ad free ver available for sale also the permissions are unacceptable and does this application really need 67 permissions 21 of them being intrusive
It's really cool what I like about it is that it isn't like the other apps that don't even work this application isn't a waste of time and you can obtain free filters the only issue is that there are to a lot of ads but besides that this is amazing
Perfect item, it is just as the seller described it, I am very happy with the purchase of this item, thank you
A unbelievable parable of love, relationships and the put in both for fantasy and imagination. Certainly much more enjoyable to watch, not to mention better acted and directed, than latest delvings into that topic matter, like Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac (though that wasn't the latter's point). Intensely beautifully photographed, with unbelievable performances, most especially by Catherine Deneuve. You can't go wrong with 60's and 70's Bunuel, that's for sure.
The Locksmith Killer. Daniel Boisett (Robert Hossein) and his mate Paul Genest (Jean Sorel) are disturbed by the home owner during an attempted safe-cracking. In the ensuing mêlée, Paul accidentally kills the home owner and both men flee the stage in panic. Paul manages to escape but Daniel is shot and wounded by police and is promptly sentenced to a lengthy stint in prison. Fourteen months later Daniel manages to escape and while out walking on the street he meets up with Thomas (Georges Wilson), who after the pair quickly become friends, offers him a job at the Mountain Relay Station he owns. Daniel adopts a fresh alias and accepts the offer, but once there he meets Thomas' sexy young gold digging wife, Maria (Catherine Rouvel), and nothing will ever be the same from here on in... Directed by Julien Duvivier (Pépé le Moko), who also co-adapts the screenplay with René Barjavel from the novel "Come Easy--Go Easy" written by James Hadley Chase, Chair de poule (AKA: Highway Pick-Up) is French movie noir excellence. A picture that carries all the hallmarks of the 40s and 50s classic movie noir cycle, and proudly wears this fact as a badge of honour. Comparisons have inevitably been drawn to The Postman Always Rings Twice (Tay Garnett 1946), which in itself is no poor thing at all, but this is still very much its own animal. Duvivier never lets the story sit still as a standard formulaic plot, there's always some fresh twisty addition to the story coming around the corner, unstable characters entering the fray to hold the bleak noirish stew bubbling away. A fascinating feature of the picture is that our main protagonist, Daniel Boisett, is actually a amazing guy. Sure he was a safe-cracker, but he's not murderous, and as it turns out fate conspires versus him to create him seem like a multiple killer, when he clearly is not. He took the fall for his mate, escapes jail and tries desperately to begin afresh with honesty and virtue. But once Maria comes into his life fate has already dealt its deadly trump card. Women always pay with the same currency... Maria is an absolute sex bomb, a sizzling siren of sexuality, but as Daniel tells her, it's a pity she's so rotten, because she is, and very much so. Yes, there's a back story to her that stings her emotional fortitude, but she's a poor egg for sure. Things quickly spiral out of control, where even though Daniel knows that Maria is a femme fatale of the highest order, he's caught in a trap, a trap from which himself and the other male players in the piece can't possibly escape. Visually it's an intriguing picture as most of it is set in daylight up at a picturesque location. It begins in classic noir location in the pouring rain as the men start the safe-cracking job, and then during the escape, Duvivier and his cinematographer Léonce-Henri Burel produce a magnificent shot of a cop's giant silhouette felling the fleeing Daniel. After this we are predominantly in high light terms, but never once does the sense of claustrophobia dissipate, the atmosphere is consistently hot and sticky. Impressively performed and directed, Chair de poule is cynical, bleak and like a coiled spring waiting to explode. From that bleak rainy beginning to the explosively ironic finale, this is, basically, an essential viewing for movie noir aficionados. 9/10
Retour de manivelle (1957) For whom the ticking clock tolls. Retour de manivelle (There’s Always a Price Tag) is written and directed by Denys de La Patelliere. It stars Michele Morgan, Daniel Gelin, Michele Mercier, Bernard Blier, Peter van Eyck and Clara Gansard. Melody is by Maurice Thiriet and cinematography by Pierre Montazel. Adapted from James Hadley Chase’s novel, plot finds Robert Mabillon (Gelin) as a struggling artist who saves Eric Freminger (van Eyck) from a drunken suicide attempt, and promptly gets offered employment as a chauffer by method of gratitude. Once back at the Freminger residence, Robert finds Eric is a severely depressed man with a host of problems. And then Helene Freminger (Morgan) arrives on the scene, hostile, suspicious but ever so sultry, it’s the kick-start of happenings that can only lead to misery – or worse – for all involved. As the first American movie noir cycle was winding down, a band of French movie makers were picking up the barely alight torch and pouring petroleum on it, carrying it with some distinction well into the 1960s. Denys de La Patelliere’s Retour de manivelle is a superior piece of French noir, containing all the traits and peccadilloes of its American cousins. Robert Mabillon instinctively commits a heroic act, his thanks for such a unbelievable gesture? Is a kick in the face by fate, where he’s thrust into a muddy movie noir infected globe of deadly passions, suicide, criminal cover ups and a scam so daring it can only lead to more pain and life altering misery. Sizzle, sizzle, the @#$%! is here! As Eric Freminger’s life collapses by the day, his alcoholism getting to its final death throe stages, Mabillon is ensnared in Helene’s web. When she first slinks into view, brilliantly lighted by Montazel, you just know that Mabillon, and us the viewers, are in hook, line and sinker! She’s a grade “A” fatale of the femme variety, a @#$%!, as cunning as a cat, her beauty and sexuality weapons of mass male destruction. In one stage she sports a leopard skin coat, it’s as appropriate as appropriate can be. In another she slowly and seductively walks up the stairs, her sly glances tempting the now hapless Mabillon to the point of no return. The addition of housemaid Jeanne (Mercier another Gallic beauty) half method through the piece, advances the story still further, adding more murky depth to the already simmering broth of doom. So now we have a suicide and an accident! As the plot thickens, as the tricksy scam at the pic’s core unfurls and plunges all into the hornet’s nest, Patelliere and Montazel prove skilled purveyors of the movie noir style. The movie is consistently shot with shadowy contrasts or isolated lighting techniques, while for the key speech stage given by Eric Freminger the room is bathed in classic Venetian blind slatted shadows, the position of such adroitly filmed by the makers. This room, the study, is a huge player in the film, for there’s a very distinctive ticking clock lending its aural presence to the human interactions, from beginning to the coup de grace, it can be heard, the inference has to be that time is ticking away for the protagonists, the sound department turning the volume up to ensure it means something. A brilliant French noir that is in desperate need of more exposure, some crude back projection work stops it from being a 10/10 picture, but this is essential for the movie noir noirista, both thematically and visually. For whom the ticking clock tolls, indeed. 9/10