Bruce Willis is back as John Mclane in the unashamed action bust-up, helicopter-extravaganza, A Good Day to Die Hard. And that pretty much sums up the state of affairs. Appreciating that this is the fifth of the franchise, there’s little point in dwelling on plotlines or moral insights. Maclane’s son, played by Jai Courtney somehow gets embroiled with a CIA mission in Russia, only to end up thrown in the slammer and then breaking out to stop slippery terrorists stealing uranium from Chernobyl.
The Spanish language song Más Y Más is a refreshing departure from the ubiquitous hip hop tracks or diva wailing crowding the charts at the moment.
While living in CA (Central America) I became fond of this guy and I have been itching to post the sexiness style and audacity shown in this video. Just hope that it allows me to embed after all that.
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Here he checks out Flight, a tense action drama starring Denzel Washington as an airline pilot, not only battling at the controls of an aircraft, but also with his own addiction.
Directed by Robert Zemeckis
Starring Denzel Washington, Bruce Greenwood, Kelly Reilly
Denzel Washington seems to have a talent for playing flawed professionals with drink problems, and drawing parallels with the acclaimed Man On Fire, in Flight he portrays an airline pilot on a downward spiral in more ways than one: firstly on an airliner in an uncontrolled dive, and secondly within himself as he descends into addiction and alcoholism.
Once upon a time gaming was simple, 8 and 16 bit systems, simple game play, hardly any story arc and characters that would continue to capture our hearts for decades. Gaming has come along by leaps and bounds since the likes of Pacman, the first ever Sonic the Hedgehog game, and Mario. No doubt that these notable titles would echo through the video games industry and become household names. I remember playing Duke Nukem, the first ever First person shooter I played, SimCity for the Super Nintendo and the revolutionary James Bond Golden Eye. Due to the next generation of Consoles en route to gaming stores across the world later this year, I find myself becoming nostalgic, and want just to talk about the old days through to today’s massively popular online multiplayer.
The popularity of cricket has seen a meteoric rise over the last few years. Especially after the introduction of its latest format, the T20 has become a sensation in the world of cricket in recent times. The huge turnaround in the stadiums during T20 matches have been a clear sign that the popularity of the game has skyrocketed to a whole new level. A recent study has revealed that there has been a step surge in the number of youngsters who have enrolled themselves with the cricket coaching camps all over the world. One will be taken aback to know that countries where cricket was not being played are thick and fast catching up with the game.