I am an Librarian guy. I possessed most of the traits of my Librarian sign and it has hell of an impact on my personality and life.
* Exploring & Experimenting
* To change
* Explore & Avail Opportunities
* People who say truth, who are open, straight forward, achievers, believers, self motivated, who have high esteem, who relies on facts & figures, who dreams & ready to give for whatever they take
* In Allah
* In myself
* Whatever i want i have to take it at any cost
* Death...so i want to enjoy as much as i can and live a satisfactory life means wants to fulfil all my desires before i go on a never ending trip to my Allah the almighty
* People who hide things intentionally, lie, who don't do whatever they want, who hurts other, who tease, who don't express themselves, who cheat, who are afraid of competition
"Edge of Tomorrow" - LIVE DIE REPEAT, is a highly action-packed with enough humor, drama and complexity in its plot to make for a pretty good blockbuster. One of the best, most intelligent, most exciting and surprisingly funny special effects-laden epics I have seen in several summers. A model of cinematic craftsmanship from page to screen. Edge of Tomorrow fires away with a great duo in Cruise & Blunt as well as the sleek direction of Liman. Tom Cruise is best here when his character seems the most scared. Emily Blunt. HOT!
A vastly entertaining action movie that overcomes its flaws (mainly an almost unbelievable last act) with a suspenseful whodunit, an always awesome Liam Neeson and an impressively dynamic direction that helps maintain a constant claustrophobia and tension. Liam Neeson is the man, and anytime he is in an action movie, I'm so there!
The king of monsters is back and better than ever! After the 1998 "Godzilla" movie I was worried we would never get another truly great "Godzilla" flick. But along comes Gareth Edwards, who made the indie movie "Monsters", to breathe new life into the giant lizard. This has to be the best adaptation of the original "Gojira" films, from an American source. The original sixties version and the 1998 adaptation were thoughtless inspirations with little to do with the original intent of showing the destructiveness of radiation and American warfare. Seizing on the myth of Godzilla and Mothra, this film delves into modern nuclear resources and their potency, and also shows America's destructive tendencies and want for war. The action is pretty spectacular, the effects are amazing, and the nuances in the storytelling are above and beyond what one hopes for when remaking a monster movie.
This one is everything they've said it is. The hype is well-deserved. The most entertaining film I've seen in a good long while. Maybe it should have done better with The Academy??? And coming from me, that's high praise for a Tarantino movie. The most stunning dramatic moment is when Waltz confronts DiCaprio with the fact that Alexandre Dumas is, in fact, of African descent, followed by his shooting of DiCaprio. That sequence truly stands out for me. A great cast all around, and very well directed. Waltz truly deserved his Oscar.
An amusing sequel, if nothing special but deliciously colorful, that is worth more because of its relevant environmental message than any narrative merits, even if now there are considerably less cliches than in the first film and we get a handful of inspired moments.