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The story is very amazing and the characters were awesome, but a lot of parts of the story felt rushed. There was small time to interact and make meaningful bonds with the cast and the story couldn't reach it's full potential. I loved the method this story handled diversity. It wasn't forced and there were no token minority characters. Every hero had various reactions to the MC's choices and it was amazing. All in all, this was a very amazing android game and i hope more android games like this will be published.
Even if you don't use cannabis this cookbook is amazing. I actually created the Cheetos chicken for my kids. Just substituted plain old regular oil for THC oil and it was awesome. If you smoke dope buy this book, if you don't smoke dope buy this book it is worth it.
Amazing book, I like these ketogenic diet recipes and can cook it every day, they are delicious and amazing for lunch and dinner and my family like it. I found a lot of various types of food in this book and wish to say thanks to author.
A must have for anyone who has an pressure cooker cookbook ! I love this book! Super simple recipes with ingredients that you most likely have at home!This is the book I've been waiting for! I have had my pressure cooker cooker for almost a year. The first few months I was intimidated by it and hardly used it. I will definitely purchase more for gifts.
**A dystopian-thriller-drama in a retro effect.** A fresh British dystopian-drama sets in a single 40 storey building revolving around the people who resides there. It was based on the novel of the same name which has a amazing cast and a decently created film. But it is kind of a 50-50 to me, mostly I enjoyed with a small disappointment in some parts. First of all I did not know anything about the film, so surprised with its development, especially when it reached its midway I realised the theme. The setting was great, and well performed by all, particularly the Tom Hiddleton which is very rare to see him in a lead role. It was the story of a doctor who moved to his fresh residency in a high-rise turret and tries to blend in with the others. But as the globe is falling apart by the collapse of the society and civilisation, his turret block as well affected very seriously of all kinds of supplies where he confronts different threats from its people. The remaining story concentrates where it is going to end and how with some high and low moments. Occasionally, the narration takes us outside the building, but it does not stay there long enough. At show there are a lot of dystopian movies are made, especially for teens, so this is really amazing and gives the 70s and 80s kind of effect, despite technologically it resembles the current world. Not a lot of people who watched it liked it, so did I. It was not that bad, but the story was not appealing to the 2016 audience, where so a lot of hi-tech [email protected]#$%!&ing the screen in dystopian theme. From that perspective, it is amazing we have here a various kind, but not enough. It would have become one of the classic cult if it was created in the 80s or should have been updated thoroughly for making it today. _6/10_
What came first - the melody or the misery? High Fidelity is directed by Stephen Frears and adapted to screenplay by D.V. DeVincentis, Steve Pink, John Cusack and Scott Rosenberg from the Nick Hornby novel. It stars Cusack, Jack Black, Iben Hjejle and Todd Louiso. Melody is by Howard Shore and Cinematography by Seamus McGarvey. Record shop owner and compulsive list-compiler Rob Gordon (Cusack), embark's upon a what does it all mean mission when his recent girlfriend leaves him. Cusack and Pink take Hornby's hugely famous novel and redirect it to Chicago, with joyous results. High Fidelity is a tale of human love and a love of music, a sort of war of the sexes with a soundtrack of masculine life. Rob's voyage of self discovery is highly amusing, the trials and tribulations of relationships bringing out a number of scenes and scenarios that ring true, not just tickling the funny bones, but also tugging the heart and cradling the brain. Away from the doomed love angles it's the melody threads that literally strike the chords. Rob and his two co-workers Barry (Black) & @#$% (Louiso) worship melody and continually indulge in making top 5 lists whilst bickering with sarcastic glee in the process. All three actors are superb, a trio of odd balls bouncing off of one and other with a zest that's infectious, though it's decidedly Cusack's show. A perpetual miserablist who addresses us the audience at frequent intervals, Rob in Cusack's hands garners sympathy, pity and laughs in equal measure. In the help slots is a ream of talent well in on the joke, beauties like Catherine Zeta-Jones (dropping F-Bombs like they are going out of fashion), Lisa Bonet & Joelle Carter are complimented by the comic skills of Joan Cusack, while Hjejle turns in a wily and womanly performance as the girlfriend who kicks starts Rob's find for meaning. Elsewhere the sight of Tim Robbins as a fresh age hippy type - with a black belt in martial arts - is so much fun it reminds of what a amazing comic actor he can be as well. As with Grosse Point Blank, another Cusack/Pink production, sound tracking is everything, and naturally given the setting of the story there is an abundance of classic tunes to delight in. All told it's a unique movie, for all sexes and for all melody lovers, but especially for anyone who has had relationship problems. Now what did come first, the melody or the misery? Priceless. 9/10
I read Poul Anderson's book method back in high school in the 1960's. (The pre-computer, pre-Internet, pre-everything Age!.;) The idea that a technologically advanced Alien civilization could be tamed, much less conquered by a "swords-knights-archers" group was intriguing. The Battle in Vietnam was about to go from "advisors and observers" to "boots on the ground," which resonated with me at the time. I saw this movie on DVD and bought it, wondering how this tale played out. The setup was fine, then the spaceship landed at a gate...and went no farther. Did the producers runs out of cash or ideas? (Or both?) Comedy may be hard, but this back-and-forth "five finger exercise" got OLD immediately. So the Knights in Shining Armor didn't defeat the technically advanced Alien civilization, but returned to Earth, no wiser and still as parochial as "the nation of shopkeepers" stereotype. This "Ed Wood-level" film screams for a swashbuckling remake, but "Star Wars" has "been there, done that." Final rating: 2/5, as schticky Anime source material.
A masterpiece of tightly plotted drama/suspense in what would become The Adult Western. Normally, one is happiest on your wedding day, but former lawman Will Kane is troubled. An old nemesis is due on the noon train, and his gang is in city to meet him. He's sworn to slay the man who sent him to prison, so the expected action is to flee. But weighed down with a fresh bride and traveling in a buckboard, there's no possibility of escape. Seeking support to at least face down the gang, Will Kane returns to town, and finds that everybody either won't or can't Do The Right Thing. The inaction of the city is a thinly disguised parable of The Cold War, with the U.S. standing alone versus the Red Menace As Will Kane walks through the silent town, which he "served and protected" for years, we are left to wonder if we would do the same. 8/10
This is just a dirty small village in the middle of nowhere. Nothing that happens here is really important. Will Kane (Gary Cooper) is a retiring lawman all set to leave the city of Hadleyville with his fresh bride Amy (Grace Kelly). But word comes that a notorious gunslinger he place in prison has been released and is heading to city with his gang intent on bloody revenge. With a sense of fearless duty Kane decides to stay and sets about enlisting a posse, however, he finds that nobody in the city that he created safe for everyone will aid him in his mission. The 1950s saw a huge shift in styles for the American Western. After the yee-haw Cowboy Versus Indians excess of the 40s, the decade was ushered in by such film's as Broken Arrow. Showing the Indians in a sympathetic light, Broken Arrow also showed that clearly Westerns had much more to offer than frothy shoot them up entertainment. Which brings us to High Noon, a black and white Oater that landed in 1952 and is still today revered as a quintessential classic Western. Which is not poor considering there's no gun-play here until the latest five mins of its 85 min running time. What makes High Noon so significant is that it's not a huge film in terms of production. There's no reams of extras dashing around in glorious Technicolor, no sprawling vistas inhabited by colorful characters, this is beautiful understated stuff. Yet thematically it's as huge as it gets, a lesson in hero drama where not a frame is wasted. From it's unforgettable opening of three poor men (Lee Van Cleef, Robert Wilkie, Sheb Wooley) waiting at the station while Tex Ritter's ballad explains the plot, to the now legendary and iconic ending, High Noon simmers with suspense and intensity as the story unravels. All told in true time too. Based on a short story called The Tin Star written by John W. Cunningham, High Noon is directed metronomically by Fred Zinnermann and is shot in high contrast by cinematographer Floyd Crosby. Thus the movie has a documentary feel to it, giving it an authentic edge so rarely seen in the Western genre. The piece is further boosted by the performance of Cooper. Winning the Oscar for best male performance, Cooper was 50 years old and into his third decade as a film star. His prancing around in Western days reducing by the month, yet High Noon shows it to be one of the finest casting decisions created in the 50s. In agony from a back injury and other ailments during the shoot, Cooper carries the film with brilliant sincerity, conveying the pain of a man now alone as he trundles towards doom. The realisation is that all his heroism and graft that created Hadleyville a safe put for women and kids to live, now counts for nothing, it's a massive weight on Kane's shoulders. It's here where Cooper excels, there's no histrionics or drawn out speeches, it's thru expressions and body movements that the story gains its emotional momentum. A remarkable turn from a remarkable actor, proof positive that you didn't need a dashing leading man to propel your movie. The movie notoriously angered Howard Hawks & John Wayne, its themes and its perceived allegory for blacklisting a bone of contention that led to them making Rio Bravo as a riposte in 1959. There's a lot of an essay on High Noon and its links to Senator Joe McCarthy, HUAC etc etc, so really I have no interest in going there. Instead I think it's just fitting to say that Zinnermann himself always resisted talking in terms of allegorical interpretations for his film. He, rightly so, felt to do that would be unfair and dampen the large significance of his unbelievable movie. Amen to that. 10/10
Murders and Medicinal Mania. High Wall is directed by Curtis Bernhardt and adapted to screenplay by Sydney Boehm and Lester Cole from the play by Alan R. Clark and Bradbury Foote. It stars Robert Taylor, Audrey Totter, Herbert Marshall, Dorothy Patrick and H.B. Warner. Melody is by Bronislau Kaper and cinematography by Paul Vogel. Suffering from a brain injury sustained during the war, Steven Kenet (Taylor) is further rocked by the realisation that he may have strangled his wife during one of his blackout episodes. Committed to a county asylum, Steven responds to treatment by Dr. Ann Lorrison (Totter) and comes to believe he just might be innocent of his wife’s murder. But can he convince the authorities? Can he in fact obtain out of the asylum to search proof? By 1947 movie noir had firmly encompassed the plot strand involving returning veterans from the war. Plot would search them struggling to readjust into society, they would be war scarred, emotionally torn or suffering some form of injury, such as a famous favourite of movie makers of the time, the amnesia sufferer. High Wall is one of the better pictures from the original movie noir cycle to deal with this premise. Where except for a daft way used to bring the story to its conclusion, it’s a well thought out and smart picture. The pairing of Taylor and Totter is one of the film’s strengths, they are helped no end by having parts that requires them to veer away from roles that they were accustomed to. Bernhardt and Vogel dress the picture up superbly, the camera glides eerily around the asylum, throwing impressive shadows across the drama, and the camera technique used for Kenet’s flashback sequences proves mood magnificent. Out of the asylum the visuals still remain attractive whilst still exuding a bleakness befitting the unfolding story, with rain drenched roads the order of the night. While Kaper drifts a suitably haunting musical score across proceedings. It’s unhurried and cares about attention to details, and even though some of the ethics involved in story are dubious, this is a intelligent entry in the psychological movie noir canon. 7.5/10
being a huge flaming lesbian I absolutely love the fact that you can only date a girl - the android game itself is not my style, but I only downloaded it so I could be gay. I know they probably didnt mean to create it gay, but thanks for letting me fulfill my fantasies!!!!!
This android game is the same as the CEO one and the President game. Also the stupid Emporer game...all these android games are the same: you be a man ir a woman and all the people you marry are females (never a male to marry) and the story lines are basically the same; especially this one and and the CEO game. Like I just started and your 1st girlfriend is the same exact one from the CEO game. Please come up with something original with male love interests, more people of color and better story lines.
So far I love this game. I picked a girl obviously because I'm a girl and it doesn't really bother me in love with tht same sex it's just a android game after all but you should have the option for girls to date a guy and not just women which is why giving it 4 stars
Being a lesbian myself as of two years ago (Yes, I was asexual aromantic for the first 16 years of my life), I really don't mind the whole "dating the same gender" system in this. Though there are straight, bisexual and pansexual people who play this, so maybe allow there be a sexuality option in the future?
I'm not a lezbian. This android game is not for straight girls. I left it as soon as it showed a girl breaking up with my female hero in the beginning of the game. If this is fixed I may test the game. But I do not wish to date my own sex. Not even in a game. I don't mind if others wish to be involved in that but I wish no part of it. It looks like a cool android game so I hope this gets fixed.
First first I downloaded this android game then why did it download the second time that's f****** b******* then when I started to play the android game it was freezing up no Direction android game really sucks play it for 5 mins , deleting the android game
I read reviews of this android game and all I seen was how no one's gay and blahh blahh blahh. Obtain over it ppl, we are going into 2019, it's a damn game. Oh no, cooties!!! You act like if you play it your going to become gay. Grow up!! The android game was good.
This was enjoyable ... up until the end. I can't really say much without spoiling it but basically in the ending I got, if you succeed in the main endeavor of the game, it is inexplicably undone during the epilogue and you're just meant to accept that your hero did nothing to stop it. Which is exceptionally stupid for a way of story telling that revolves around choices. In spite of that I'd still reccomend it if you can obtain past a potential poorly written ending.
The concept of this story is amazing but for $9 it was a rip-off i read the whole story in 45 mins so its not very long what i did like was the amount of choices you could create compared to other interactive novels iv played, i dont think its worth the cash i paid for it though
I don't usually purchase phone games, but choice of android games has been giving me something I didn't even know I wanted. Even if I don't know the numbers behind what constitutes success or failure, every choice seems like it can either go horribly wrong or exceptionally well, with a bit of neutrality mixed in. I especially have fun when the choices don't necessarily seem amazing or evil, which is missing from a lot of modern day android games that have some kind of alignment system. In this android game you're just a teen with some powers, and choices to make. Most of the characters are well-written, if a bit cliched, but otherwise feel real. I look forward to playing it again a different way, and getting into their other android games too. I thoroughly enjoyed my first playthrough, especially despite several moments of nervousness, I got the ending that I was hoping for.
Well something weird Spoiler maybe. At first I thought this about psyhic cause the name psyhigh and the abilities BUT suddenly it turn into magic. It happen so suddenly. Plus the ending. Lol. I thought u should write longer ending cause after it over I was like huh... that's it? Huh... wow. That didnt explain anything in details. I thought ending should be detail as the beginning. Well 5 star anyway. But I tip making longer and detailed ending that create feel glad or horrible because of my choice create it end that way. ('~' )
Not my favorite from them but still fun. I usually have fun most of these but I was just not feeling it this time. Maybe it's because I'm a decade out of school and some of it seemed trivial, or maybe it was a newer writer or something. Not bad, but maybe only worth it if you're a teenager. Still will test to play through again.
The concept of psychic powers and their secretcy is quite interesting. The story hooked me up at the start, but the flow of the story is too slow. I skipped some scenes (by choosing random options) hoping something interesting would happen, but after I created a choice just to obtain to the next page I got my hope crushed. Dissatisfied.