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Yall can say its a botted review, but its not. The game is just like friday night funkin,but uh- on mobile, of course. Some songs may be hard, but there are some songs, including all of the main story songs, who are easy. If you have space and are a FNF fan, install this. PLEASE. ITS WORTH YOUR TIME
Addicting! I cant stop playing, which is a compliment to how amazing this port is. I see some reviews that say some songs are unfair or out of sync, but playing through the whole game on hard mode, personally I don't find that to be the case. It can get extremely difficult, but Its very responsive and plays great. I will say that Mom, Lemon demon, and final whitty's characters are blued out, and the developer description is misleading about mod inclusion such as Hex, who is not in this port.
One of my all-time favorite films, Saturday Night Fever is a cult classic! It never ages. And yes, my mother took my big brother and me directly to the record store afterwards, where she purchased the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. We played the needle through it when we got home. (Laughs) Dynamite soundtrack. Dynamite film.
The Brandenville Broth. Violent Saturday is directed by Richard Fleischer and adapted to screenplay by Sydney Boehm from the novel of the same name written by William L. Heath. It stars Victor Mature, Richard Egan, Lee Marvin, Stephen McNally, J. Carrol Naish, Tommy Noonan, Ernest Borgnine, Virginia Leith and Sylvia Sidney. Music is by Hugo Friedhoffer and cinematography by Charles G. Clarke. Stand Pat and Resist Evil. A simmering powder keg of criminality told in beautiful De Luxe and CinemaScope, Violent Saturday is one of the definitions of a slow burn movie that pays off with explosive aplomb. The town of Brandenville is the scene of a planned bank robbery by a trio of baddies led by Harper (McNally). The narrative has the trio arrive in town and plan for the robbery, as they move about the populace, a whole bunch of sub-plots pop up to maintain maximum interest and to of course set up the drama involving the robbery and the subsequent attempts at a getaway. I don't blame him – she moves like a Swiss watch. The characters are prime noir dwellers, they range from thieving dames and tramp wives, to a peeping tom, a drunkard husband and also a guilt ridden father, and this before we even get to the villains! Who, with Marvin in prime Benzedrine sniffing sbag mode (he thinks nothing of hurting children), are truly shifty operators personified. The Arizona locale is beautifully utilised by Fleischer and Clarke, belying the harsh side of the human condition that comes roaring out the Brandenville traps as the pic enters the final third. There's some murky moralising in said last third that irritates, more so when it involves a badly miscast Borgnine as a Quaker! While one character strand is annoyingly left dangling. So it's not perfect by any stretch of the imagination. In fact some of the cast were less than enamoured with either their work on the film or the attitude of others around them. Yet, and while understanding the reticence of some to not afford it film noir status, it has the requisite characterisations and nasty bite to keep noiristas very happy indeed 7.5/10
I've been using the app for about 2 months now and have it installed on two android devices. On my phone (LG G3 lollipop it crashes all the time when resuming from another app or device lock). I've reported crashes via the crash report but have seen no updates or responses). It's fine on my samsung note tablet.
Wanted to subscribe to your electronic magazine as it's prohibitively expensive to ship it to Canada (twice the cost?). Sadly there's no where to do it, on this app or the other one I was encouraged to download in order to use this one. Absolute shame as the magazine really is one of the best if not the best in English language football. Please get this sorted asap cuz I can't even register/pay for a subscription anywhere.
An excellent way for consumers to pay for media. I used to routinely clear my cookies to bypass the paywall because I couldn't afford a one off subscription payment. Since discovering the app I am really happy to pay $3 for a single issue, it's a small impost and I get the satisfaction of supporting independent media in a way too few organisations facilitate. Kudos to whoever designef this system, hopefully it will ensure The Sat Paper prospers well into the future.
Very high quality journalism, but as a subscriber I'm sick of dealing with having to delete literally hundreds of images after each issue is downloaded. It's now reached the point where I will now only access TSP from a desktop device. Please fix this and host the images locally, or provide an easy solution to delete images once an issue has been read. Fix the problem and I'll reinstall the app.
I should have known better after all the trouble I had with the Monthly app. I purchased a single TSP issue, just in case, not realising that it was in USD not AUD. Then I came back to the app and it didn't recognise that I'd paid for the issue. The money has definitely been paid. I logged out, as advised for new subscriptions, and I can't get back in. I've changed my password but the app doesn't recognise it. I give up. I was trying to support the podcast, which I appreciate, but it's too hard.
Hi guys, love the paper but after purchasing one issue, the app crashed three times and appears to have caused an issue with the Google play store app. Every time I opened the google play store app, it would tell me that I needed to enable background data and refused to start. Issue resolved after I uninstalled the TSP app. I'm running app on a Galaxy S3.
I really love the interface, very easy to use, and easy to read...except if i am lying down. The app will always rotate the screen even if i have set my phone not to rotate. Very frustrating when you are trying to read in bed. Others have mentioned this in reviews, but no responses have been posted by Schwartz Media. Will this be addressed in future updates? Edit 12/5/15 i love that it is much easier to read in bed now. Thank you
Every human on this planet should read this book!It's not very long but it didn't need to be. It is heart wrenching and infuriating and inspiring and about a million other adjectives I could think of... but that's the kind of feeling we need to experience when we're reading about this type of horror. The real life, actual horror people inflict on one another, sick, twisted, wretched, heartbreaking and utterly disgustingness of what Nazi Germany really did.Elie survived, that in itself is a miracle, that he chose to share that terrible chapter of his life with all of us so that we may learn, that's his gift to us. Don't waste only takes good men to do nothing for evil to prevail. Keep your eyes open, people.
Night, written by Elie Wiesel, is a short book that includes the narrator’s haunting personal experience with concentration camps during the holocaust. It is a necessary read full of true stories about Wiesel’s time in Nazi concentration camps. Forced out of his home as a teenager, Wiesel traveled with his family to Birkenau. He and his father embarked on the deadly and involuntary journey, moving from one death camp to another. Throughout the book, the author provides numerous anecdotes that provide the reader with an image of what these concentration camps were really like. This a mature book, but it is definitely a must read for teenagers and adults. The ideas may be a too strong for children or pre-teens. It is poignant and graphic, but gets a clear message across. If you’re looking for short read and have interest in the holocaust and the victims who suffered through it, this is the book for you. I suggest you read through the preface and the forward in the beginning of the book, as well as the author’s note at the end. All in all, this is a great book that will provide you with both information and a saddening perspective of World War II.