A mere 200 yards from shore, surfer Nancy is attacked by a great white shark, with her short journey to safety becoming the ultimate contest of wills.
As a Jawsfan, I have to say that I was impressed with this film because the story, it was realistic…for the most part. The film follows Blake Lively as Nancy Adams, a young woman who has taken a trip to a place where her recently deceased mother went. This allows for the audience to get to know the character, giving the viewer someone to root for. She’s alone in a place that is off the map, a place known only to the locals. And she is trapped after venturing into a sharks’ feeding ground. Now sharks are aggressive creatures; they attack if they think you’re food and if you’re trespassing. Continue reading “A Nail Biter | Review of ‘The Shallows’”
By: Eddie Makuch [UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, Microsoft issued a statement on the matter. Voice control will be available in 10 of the Xbox One’s 13 launch markets, though the specific “Xbox On” voice command will be available in only five regions. “Our vision is to bring conversational voice control and voice search to every country where we sell Xbox,” a Microsoft … Continue reading Xbox One voice commands not available in all regions at launch
By far a very interesting take the supernatural being accepted in society and culture. But what this novel also does is deal with death. Also the sacrificial aspect of the story was equally done well. The title of the book does sum of the book very well. Like the title of this book, Tantalize was supremely tantalizing with the concept of unrequited love and passion. … Continue reading Tantalize
Beautiful movie, this was simply a beautiful and tragic movie about real events that took place in Mexico. As a Mexican watching this movie meant a lot to me. So many unjust things happened that sometimes make me ashamed of being a Mexican but here, this movie made me proud. There were so many times when I thought I would cry in this movie, and … Continue reading For Greater Glory
original article by BARRY SCHWEID, AP Diplomatic Writer Barry Schweid, Ap Diplomatic Writer WASHINGTON – Mexico can no longer be considered to have a free press because of the threats and violence associated with drug trafficking, but an eight-year decline in press freedom around the world appears to have begun leveling off in 2010, an independent advocacy group reported. In its annual accounting of press … Continue reading Report: Mexico, Egypt no longer have a free press