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A few days ago, a few cat-mates and I were talking about celebrities/known personalities and how they overcame… well, the world!
Some said that there was a rumor about how a teacher once said to the young Walt Disney that he didn’t have imagination. Another rumor said that when the young Shakira was heard singing, one of her teachers said to her that “she wouldn’t make it [as a singer] because she sounded like a goat”. I repeat, I do not know if this is true, but still – ouch!
It’s good to know that celebrities such as her are still having a laugh at those… “bullies”.
As a fan of Assassin’s Creed, I am actually excited about this!
Sam Smith “gives” his voice to the new James Bond opening and theme with “Writing’s on the Wall”.
Waiting for Jimmy Kimmel’s “I ate my kid’s halloween candy”, lets remind ourselves of last year’s video comp😀
Poor kids……… am I terrible for still laughing though? xD
A great song for a great movie…
Getting down to what “Black Mass” is really about: The story of White Bulger, the most infamous violent criminal in the history of South Boston, who became an FBI informant to take down a Mafia family invading his turf. And this is not just a movie that is there of the blockbuster. You can think that and noone will stop you, but trust me when I say… it. is. so. worth. watching.
First of all, the directing – yes, I have to mention this – is incredible. If you pay a bit more attention that just the plot and the dialogue, you pick little things here and there that just add so much more to the film. All im gonna say is: look out for angles and shots.
Second, the flow of the story runs so smoothly there is not much that can confuse you. I have mingled with other cats that just don’t get it when it comes to either passage of time or time skip. They just do not! But this movie is so easy to follow and it keeps having you at the edge of seat. Well, more like against the back of your seat. Which brings me to the third comment: acting.
You know how Johnny Depp has shown us in almost all his movie that little quirk that he has? I can’t explain it, but he just does…?! Well, in this one, since you know him well, you can’t help but notice it, but it is so dulled down and his acting is so… erm… realistic (?) intense (?) chilling (?) … It is just so well done and so well performed, that you can’t help but be pulled in along with the other characters and fear him – both the character and the actor.
A very well put-together film that I bet anyone can enjoy. Has anyone seen it yet? Or anyone who wants to see it? Soon?
Only one question to describe this: “Are you ready to get chills?”