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รีวิว Shrek 3 ภาคต่อ เมื่อเชร็คต้องกลายเป็นว่าที่พระราชาองค์ต่อไป

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รีวิว Shrek 3 ภาคต่อ เมื่อ เชร็ค ต้องกลายเป็นว่าที่พระราชาองค์ต่อไป  เป็นธรรมดาของหนังภาคต่อ โดยเฉพาะในกลุ่มหนังที่สร้าง ต่อยอด ไปเรื่อยๆ ตามความสำเร็จและรายได้ของหนัง Shrek 3  ที่มักจะมาพร้อมความสนุกที่ลดลงเรื่อยๆ น้อยเรื่องนักที่จะรักษาความเข้มข้นเอาไว้จนถึงภาคสุดท้าย

 

แตกต่างจากหนังที่เขียนล่วงหน้าเอาไว้ โดยตั้งใจทำเป็นหนังหลายภาคอยู่แล้ว ที่อาจจะรักษาระดับความเข้มข้นเอาไว้ได้ดีกว่า เนื่องจากมีการวางแผนเอาไว้ก่อนแล้ว

และ เชร็ค 3 ต้องถูกจัดอยู่ในกลุ่มแรกอย่างไม่ต้องสงสัย แต่ถึงจะมาพร้อมความสนุกที่ลดลง แต่ เชร็ค 3 ก็ยังมีมุมดีๆ เอาไว้ชื่นชม

การสิ้นพระชนม์ของพระราชาแห่งอาณาจักร ฟาร์ ฟาร์ อะเวย์ พระบิดาของเจ้าหญิงฟิโอน่า ทำให้เชร็คกลายเป็นว่าที่พระราชาองค์ต่อไปทันที แต่เชร็คไม่อยากเป็นพระราชา นั่นทำให้ต้องหาบุคคลที่คู่ควรรายอื่น

พระราชาบอกใบ้ให้ถึงหน่อเนื้อเชื้อกษัตริย์อีกพระองค์เดียวที่หลงเหลืออยู่ และคู่ควรต่อตำแหน่งนี้ คือ เจ้าชายอาร์ตี้ ที่หายสาบสูญไป นั่นทำให้เชร็คกับเพื่อนซี้อย่าง ด็องกี้ ลาขี้โม้ และ พุช อิน บุทส์ แมวสีส้มมาดโซโร ต้องออกเดินทางไปเพื่อตามหาตัว เจ้าชายอาร์ตี้ให้มาเป็นพระราชาให้ได้

ขณะที่เจ้าชายชาร์มมิ่ง ศัตรูเก่าของเชร็ค ก็ไม่ยอมแพ้ง่ายๆ เขาระดมผลบรรดาผู้ร้ายในเทพนิยายทั้งหลายมาป่วนอาณาจักร ฟาร์ ฟาร์ อะเวย์ หวังครอบครองอาณาจักรเสียเอง แต่มีหรือที่เจ้าหญิงฟิโอน่า, เชร็ค และผองเพื่อนจะยอมง่ายๆ ความบันเทิงแบบเทพนิยายผสมอารมณ์ขันยุคใหม่จึงเริ่มต้นขึ้นอีกครั้ง

การที่เรื่องที่จะจบลงอย่างมีความสุขได้แล้ว แต่ทีมงานยังพยายามจะสร้างภาคต่อออกมา ทำให้ความสนุกลดลง ด็องกี้ไม่มีโอกาสให้เป็น ตัวกวน เหมือน 2 ภาคแรก พุชอิน บุทส์ ก็ไม่ได้วาดลวดลายเหมียวซ่าเหมือนภาคที่ผ่านมา เนื้อหาในส่วนตามหา เจ้าชายอาร์ตี้ ก็ดูเก่าเก็บเป็นสูตรเดิมๆ ที่ใช้กันมานักหนาแล้ว จึงกลายเป็นเนื้อหาหลักที่ไม่ดึงดูดเท่าที่ควร

มุกตลกที่เคยมีมุกที่เรียกเสียงฮาได้แรงๆ ไม่ปรากฏให้เห็นในภาคนี้ แต่ถูกแทนที่ด้วยอารมณ์ดรามาอบอุ่น ด้วยบรรยากาศของ มิตรภาพของเพื่อน ทั้งในกลุ่ม 3 แมน เชร็ค,ด็องกี้ และ พุช อิน บุทส์ ที่ยังเป็น 3 เกลอที่น่ารัก โดย 2 รายหลังเป็นเหมือนเพื่อนข้างบ้านที่น่ารักของครอบครัวของ เชร็ค กับ ฟิโอน่า ที่หลายครั้งก็ทำตัวเป็น คนในครอบครัวไปด้วยอย่างเนียนๆ

มิตรภาพในหมู่ของแก๊งเฟมินิสต์ นำทีมโดย เจ้าหญิงฟิโอน่า, พระมารดาศีรษะเหล็กของ ฟิโอน่า, สโนไวท์, เจ้าหญิงนิทรา และราพันเซล ที่แท็กทีมกันสู้กับเจ้าชายชาร์มมิ่ง ด้วยลีลา ชาร์ลีส์ แองเจิล

ผมชอบไอเดียที่ หนังเอาตัวละครจากเทพนิยายมารวมกันอยู่ในเรื่องนี้ เรียกว่าดูเรื่องเดียวคุ้ม แต่นั่นก็เป็นข้อเสียได้เช่นกัน เพราะว่าการเอาคาแรกเตอร์จากการ์ตูนคลาสสิกที่ผู้คนรู้จักกันดีมาใช้ ทำให้ต้องใช้งานอย่างระมัดระวัง ไม่แปลงให้หลุดโลกจนเกินรับ นั่นทำให้มันออกมาดูกั๊กๆ กึ่งๆ อย่าง สโนว์ไวท์ ที่ตอนแรกเกือบจะดูเป็นนางร้าย ก่อนจะกลับมาเป็นคนดี

รวมไปถึงฉากจบ ที่ให้ตัวละครฝ่ายผู้ร้ายพร้อมใจกันสำนึกกลับตัวได้ ก็รู้สึกเหมือนว่าคนเขียนบทคงไม่อยากจะทำร้ายตัวละครและแฟนตัวการ์ตูนเหล่านี้ ซึ่งทำให้กลายเป็นตอนจบที่ไม่มีพลังเท่าที่ควร

แต่ก็ถือว่า เหมาะสมกับสไตล์ของหนังที่อิงกับโลกของเทพนิยายมาตั้งแต่ต้น ที่จะต้องจบลงอย่าง มีความสุขตลอดไปชั่วกาลนาน ตัวละครไม่ดูร้ายกาจจนเกินงาม เพราะหากขืนปล่อยให้จบแบบมีความทุกข์อย่างแสนสาหัส หรือเอาตัวละครมาปั้นให้ร้ายสุดๆ เด็กๆ น้องๆ หนูๆ พ่อแม่ผู้ปกครองคงได้ด่ากันขรม

ที่สำคัญ นี่เป็นตอนจบที่ยังคอนเซปต์เดิมของหนังตั้งแต่ภาคแรก ufa นั่นคือ การสอนให้คนเรารู้จักยอมรับในตัวตนของตัวเอง โดยไม่ต้องแคร์เสียงวิพากษ์วิจารณ์ของคนรอบข้าง ประมาณว่า จงเป็นอย่างที่เราเป็น แทนที่จะเป็นอย่างที่คนอื่นอยากให้เป็น อย่างไรก็ตาม เชร็ค 3 ถึงแม้จะมีความสนุกลดลง แต่เสน่ห์ของตัวละครที่น่ารักทุกตัวก็ยังคงอยู่ อบอวลด้วยบรรยากาศมิตรภาพที่อบอุ่น และกรุ่นไอความอบอุ่นในครอบครัว ที่ผู้ชมจะสัมผัสได้

โดยส่วนตัว เชร็ค 3 ไม่ถึงกับเป็นการ ดันทุรังสร้าง แต่นี่ก็น่าจะเป็นการปิดไตรภาคแรกได้สมบูรณ์แล้ว แต่ถ้าจะสร้างต่อไป การสร้างตัวละครลูกของ เชร็ค กับ ฟิโอน่า ออกมา ก็ชวนให้นึกถึงตอนที่ ด็องกี้ กับ พุช อิน บุทส์ จะต้องต่อกรกับหลานๆ จอมซน ก็น่าต่อได้เป็นเรื่องราวสนุกสนานได้อีกสัก 3 ภาคนะ

 

 

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Reviews Martin Eden director Pietro Marcello’s adaptation

Review: Martin Eden

There’s a lovely little old-school manual typewriter in “ Martin Eden ,” director Pietro Marcello’s adaptation of Jack London’s semi-autobiographical novel.

The protagonist of the title sits behind the mechanical device while transferring his innermost thoughts to the page.

As Martin (Luca Marinelli of “The Old Guard”) hammered away at the keys, I was reminded how much I love the sound a typewriter makes. And because I am old, I was transported back to my schoolboy days when I banged out poetry and book reports on my old Smith-Corona. Ah, what glorious noises those things made, so much so that Dolly Parton wired their “tap-tap-tap-tap-DING!” percussion into the backbone of “9 to 5.” Typewriters were the soundtrack of a committed writer making a difference, a glorified and romanticized notion I subscribed to back when I young, foolish and full of optimism.

 

That sounded like a digression, but it’s not. Martin Eden wants to rise above his status

by becoming a great writer with Something to Say™. The film sees this as noble, righteous

even, and it expects us to understand his frustrations while putting up with him being

a callous and not particularly wise jerk.

 

He can’t see the predictable paths his actions will take, which is aggravating and plays in a way I am not sure the filmmakers intended.

Though it draws attention to the socialist ideals of its source material, the transplant to another country splits the proletariat and the elite into two very canned clichés.

 

The former just fights all the time or is repeatedly lectured; the latter is a bunch of

snobbish boors who are terrified their precious daughter might run off with someone

broke and uncouth. At least until that guy finds some success.

A sailor by trade, Martin has that familiar aspiration of joining a more elite group he despises

because he’s in love. So he embarks on a quest to educate himself past the grade school levels

he achieved before he was sent to sea at age 11. Part of the catalyst for his self-improvement is the French poet,

Baudelaire.

You may remember Baudelaire from my review of the dreadful thriller, “Backgammon.” ดูหนังออนไลน์ In that film, the antagonist used quotes from the writer to upset his giggly girlfriend and her party guests. I haven’t read a single line of the guy’s work, but based on my reviewing history here, he’s the patron saint of cinematic characters who are pretentious and dull.

 

 

 

 

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Reviews Bliss The simulation theory of “Wandavision”

Reviews Bliss The simulation theory of “Wandavision”  Is anybody else seeing this? The simulation theory is in during these early weeks of 2021, a curiouser and curiouser trend that includes the TV hell of “Wandavision” and a documentary that theorizes about how we might be living in a simulation, “A Glitch in the Matrix” (which also comes out today, and which I also reviewed).

Maybe the universe is signaling something to us (or to me, at least) with third sim-film

“Bliss,” but I couldn’t tell you what it’s trying to say through writer/director Mike Cahill,

because this sci-fi movie is so schmaltzy and also pointlessly confusing. What is real and

what is not within the whimsy of “Bliss”? Who cares?

 

Owen Wilson is known for a sense of whimsy in his acting—it’s no coincidence that “wow!” became his unofficial catchphrase—but he plays something more cloudy and pained at the beginning of “Bliss,” sitting in an office.

He can only dream of such a feeling of awe, drawing pictures of a lakeside villa that he sees in his head,

all while sitting at his desk for a company called Technical Difficulties.

 

A ruthlessly desaturated color palette  emphasizes how bad things are, and then Cahill’s script makes things worse for Greg—a shocking moment

in which he accidentally kills his boss by knocking his head into a table. Not one to just leave a body just

lying there, Greg props the body up to a window, behind a curtain, and escapes to a nearby bar.

Inside, Greg is forcefully interacted with by a woman named Isabel (Salma Hayek) who exclaims

“You’re real!” to him, and slowly plants this idea that she has powers. When she waves her hand,

she can knock a tray out of a waiter’s hand many feet away. The trick is in some inhaling some yellow

crystals, and the fact that, according to Isabel, many people at the bar are not “real.” But Greg is

only totally convinced of her abilities (stay with me here) when she engineers it so that the boss’ death

looks like a suicide, as the corpse suddenly pops out the window and crashes many stories below.

 

Isabel convinces Greg to hide out with her at her place—a makeshift apartment under the freeway—and uses the time to show Greg that he too can blow things over using his finger.

 

The two bound through the city with almost quirky indie comedy abandon, like a bunch of super-powered gutter-punks.

They go to a roller rink and blow people to the ground with their magical finger guns, while solemn

and sexy music plays, all the better for images of when they knock skates in the bathroom. But there’s

an emotional anchor to Greg’s newfound err, bliss—Greg’s daughter Emily (Nesta Cooper) is trying to

find him, deeply concerned that her father has gone missing. When she runs into him next, two weeks

have suddenly passed and he’s on a row that’s populated by drug dealers. “Bliss” treats this like a grand metaphor is in process, and instead of bringing the viewer closer, it does the opposite.

 

Cahill’s film ends up using homelessness and addiction as a hackneyed metaphor, rendering much of its ideas about “finding bliss” into gibberish.

 

A tedious 50 minutes into the movie (and as shown in the more exciting trailer), “Bliss” transports Isabel and Greg, via the inhalation of special blue crystals, to a different, more colorful, and sunnier existence. They wake up in a scientific space that’s like a resort lobby, and are hooked up to a giant box of floating brains called The Brain Box.

This is the real world, Isabel tells him, and this is a machine she invented to get cynical people to appreciate how bad things can be.

Greg doesn’t remember going into this simulation, so he doesn’t remember the history of this place, or that he’s actually married to Isabel, but he recognizes the location: it’s the beautiful lakeside paradise from his drawings. He almost doesn’t want to leave until he starts to see a silhouette of Emily, looking for her dad.

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Reviews Clouds A Sweet-Natured Telling of the Zach Sobiech

Reviews Clouds A Sweet-Natured Telling of the Zach Sobiech

Zach Sobiech was a high school senior when he uploaded his song, ” Clouds ,” to YouTube . It became a viral hit, leading to a recording contract and a concert performance. Wildly enthusiastic fans sang along with the chorus: “We’ll go up, up, up but I’ll fly a little higher, go up in the clouds because the view’s a little nicer.”

 

The idea for the lyrics came to Zach when he was in an airplane, but the inspiration was deeper than just looking out the window.

The plane ride was a return from a visit to Lourdes in hopes of a miracle following a terminal diagnosis.

 

Zach was originally diagnosed with bone cancer when he was 14, and as this movie begins four years later, he is 17 and has completed 20 rounds of chemotherapy.

His classmates are working on their college application essays. As they examine their pasts and look forward to their futures, Zach hears from his doctors that

his cancer is no longer treatable. “Clouds” is the story of his last months, his first love, his best friend, his hit song, and the impact of his music and his diagnosis on those around him.

 

“Teens think they’re invincible,” Zach (Fin Argus) tells us that. Coping with cancer is what he is used to. That means more than getting used to being bald,

throwing up, and using crutches. It means putting a lot of effort into a perpetually upbeat manner to make the people around him feel comfortable.

His best friend is Sammy (Sabrina Carpenter).

 

They have the kind of easy understanding of people who have known each other forever.

 

When she panics at the last minute and says she cannot perform at a school concert, he goes on instead and has the audience laughing along

with him as he sings the mocking song, “I’m Sexy and I Know It.” When she tries to ask him how he is doing, he says, “It’s just tough juggling high school with undercover assassin work.”

 

 

And when he gets the bad news, his first reaction is, “Can I quit chemo?” Whatever time left will be as close to normal as it is possible to be.

This film is particularly perceptive on the issue of what it means to try to be “normal” under excruciatingly painful circumstances. As everyone in

the family, including Zach and his parents (Neve Campbell and Tom Everett Scott) and his siblings keep up a sometimes brittle cheeriness, perhaps

trying to convince themselves as well as each other, we can see the strain.

 

His mother gives him glass-half-full advice and looks up Lourdes online and insists they take a family trip just in case they can get a miracle.

His father arranges for Zach to have a chance to drive his dream car.

 

We see how the pressure and the grief and the frustration has frayed their marriage.

 

But mostly the focus is on Zach, and the way that his limited time affects the normal teenage concerns. There’s a girl that he likes, Amy

(Madison Iseman of the “Jumanji” movies). He needs to come up with an impressive “promposal.” He needs to explain why he never

showed up on their first date—because he was in the hospital. And, he needs to let himself be loved, even if he knows that it will cause her pain.

 

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Advantages of having a double space high ceiling house

Advantages of having a double space high ceiling house The best design Comfort in every living

high ceiling  A house that will widen your perspective And you will forget the traditional house

Make the house look clear, open and comfortable Uncomfortable This gives the house a better space to circulate air than a house with a low ceiling. And also makes more space in the house

The temperature in the house is cool all day long without having to rely on air conditioning.

Do not care, even on a hot day. Because the hot air will rise to a height. So the heat is concentrated

in the ceiling, the colder the ceiling enters the air on the floor.
Making the house elegant, dignified, dignified, spacious, easily decorated in many styles The higher the podium You may not have to decorate much.

Just changing the ceiling lamp can make the house look more luxurious.
Connecting the atmosphere in the house area close to each other Between the lower

and upper floors No matter which angle they are, they can be connected to each other.

 

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Reviews This is a Robbery The World’s Biggest Art Heist

Reviews This is a Robbery The World’s Biggest Art Heist  On March 18th, 1990, a small but beautiful building in Boston called the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum was robbed. Two men posing as police officers entered the building, tied up the security guards, and spent the next 81 minutes

(a long time for any sort of robbery, perhaps indicating a degree of safety they felt in the building)

cutting out famous works of art from their frames, rolling them up, and disappearing into the night.

At the time, the haul—which included original works by Vermeer, Manet, and Rembrandt—was valued at $500 million, making it the biggest in history.

While recent developments have led to some pretty intense suspects, no one has ever

been charged with the crime and the art has not been recovered even though a $10

million reward remains unclaimed.

 

How is that possible?

The truth is that the crime was daring, but the real story is how it’s remained unsolved.

It’s a fascinating case, which means that the recent wave of Netflix true crime docuseries had to get to it eventually.

 

“This is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist” unfolds over four episodes and follows what is now a traditional Netflix crime structure of talking heads, archival footage, and re-creations—drone shots are a plus too. The truth is that these series are starting to become numbingly familiar, almost as predictable as something like “Dateline NBC” in their obvious presentations.

One hopes for something that would break the form a bit, and some of the more interesting

Netflix original crime series have done exactly that.

The problem here is that not only is Colin Barnicle’s series formally stale but it never quite figures out what story to tell. It’s almost hyperactive in its focus, especially as

it tries to become an art history doc and a detailed look at the Boston mob in later episodes.

It’s a weird project that would have been better served by either being longer in order to dig into its many connecting strands or shorter in order to focus more.

 

As is, “This is a Robbery” alternates between superficially digging into major issues like the impact of the mob around the world (it skims through the IRA, for example, and its connection to the Boston mob in a matter of minutes) and repeating details of the crime itself. It’s interesting because the case and its many players are interesting, but it’s poorly made.

 

There are plenty of memorable characters profiled in “This is a Robbery,” but the first main suspect

in this case was Rick Abath, a security guard at the Gardner who not only opened the door to the fake

cops but was allegedly the last person in a room wherein one piece of art was stolen according to

security monitors.

 

He may have been found with tape around his face, but is it possible he was the inside guy, and he

took one painting for himself? Absolutely.

 

But investigators couldn’t find any solid evidence to charge

him, and may have been distracted by interest in Myles Connor, a legendary art thief who just happens

to be based out of New England.

 

Small problem: he was behind bars at the time.

“This is a Robbery” has a momentum that takes us from suspect to suspect in a way

that’s admirably fast-paced but also too speedy at times.

 

It’s filled with graphics of timelines and the kind of flowcharts of suspects and their bosses

that you see in shows about FBI investigations of the mob, but there’s a difference between

comprehensive and cluttered, and Barnicle’s approach too often tends to the latter.

It doesn’t help that so much of this story is built on hearsay and conjecture.

Somebody might have seen one of the paintings on a visit to a house.

Another painting might have been hidden here or there. Maybe Connor was involved, or at least his trailer of stolen goods. Who knows? By the time that “This is a Robbery” ดูหนังออนไลน์  starts to really dig into one of its main subjects and how/why he did it, it’s over.

 

It’s hard to shake the feeling that there wasn’t a better, tighter way to tell this story that

would feel more satisfying at the end, and the feeling that perhaps that was a few years

away given recent developments still unfolding.

 

 

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Reviews Slalom a heartbreaking tale of awful sexual exploitation

Perhaps the most disquieting aspect of “ Slalom ,” a heartbreaking tale of awful sexual exploitation that contains numerous tough-to-watch scenes, is how predictably its story plays out between a vulnerable and impressionable young girl and an abusive someone in a position of power that she looks up to. But its foreseeable nature makes it neither unimportant nor hollow.

On the contrary—by telling a story we’ve all heard a million times before (and perhaps

even experienced first-hand to some degree) plainly and bravely, Charlène Favier reaches

something urgent and devastating with her feature debut, sensitively written by Favier and Marie Talon.

 

When we first meet Favier’s central character, the 15-year-old Lyz (Noée Abita),

she is rigorously training in the cold, stomping the ground in rapid steps that simulate the motions of skiing.

In the backdrop are the majestic, snow-clad French Alps she can’t help but glance at longingly, even when her coach curtly asks the ambitious rookie to step aside and not be in everyone’s way.

In these tone-setting opening moments of her powerful, meticulously calibrated film—

and many other similarly intricate scenes that follow—the filmmaker stays close to Lyz’s

receptive face, as well as her magnificently deep and wide eyes that still linger in a territory

of childlike innocence, capturing her insatiable desire to make it to the top and to be seen

for who she is in the process.

In that regard, “Slalom” rhymes with the likes of Andrea Arnold’s “Fish Tank” and Joyce Chopra’s

“Smooth Talk,” in telling an age-old story of youthful mental and emotional hunger, sadly susceptible

to abuse in the manipulative hands of grown-ups.

 

In the case of the talented loner Lyz, whose life lacks sufficient adult guidance with an absent father and a caring but self-centered mother, Catherine (Muriel Combeau), that predator ends up being no other than her overpowering ski coach Fred (Jérémie Renier).

 

At first hard on the inexperienced high-schooler in the exclusive ski club famous to raise

leading professional athletes of the country, Fred changes his tune in time, designating

Lyz as his new star trainee, buttering her up with confidence-boosting compliments and

motivational pats on the back.

 

Well, they are at least supposed to be motivational, but audiences will be quick at picking up on his subtly inappropriate physical contacts and longer-than-necessary, domineering glances towards Lyz.

There is also all the constant, carefully planned grooming that confirms our most demoralizing

suspicions about Fred—improper talks about the beauty of Lyz’s menstrual cycle, constant praises

to heighten her sense of pride, and so on.

So when the unspeakable sexual abuse scenes arrive,

filmed with a sense of toughness and unforgiving veracity—sometimes

just a little too close to exploitation themselves—you will recognize that

you’ve been cringing all along, hoping to somehow avoid seeing the inevitable.

 

And you will also realize that you’ve been several steps ahead of the young girl, who can only respond to the atrocity thrown her way in utter shock.

 

Lyz’s silently emerging perception mixed with a side of stubborn denial is all too damning

to witness: while she was busy feeling a crushing disappointment towards her mother who

starts a new job away and a new romance to boot and winning her competitions one by one,

Fred has been sinking his claws deep into her somewhere behind the scenes.

 

Delivering an unforgettable breakthrough performance, Abita is phenomenal in pitching

Lyz on the slippery slope between an adult wannabe and a little kid, boldly wearing even

the smallest nuances of her character’s rapidly shifting emotional world on her resolute face.

The young performer is similarly impressive in her difficult abuse scenes with Renier,

transposing Lyz’s out-of-body state on to the screen with bone-chilling depth.

A regular of the Dardenne Brothers’ world of realism, Renier deserves no less credit for portraying a textbook predator with startling accuracy.

Both actors sell their excruciating dynamic extremely well—it’s thanks to them that “Slalom” often feels like a psychological thriller in following Lyz’s downfall and suffocating fight to get back up.

What also contributes to the spine-tingling sensation of “Slalom” is Favier’s kinetic, almost

magical fervor behind the camera. This is especially evident with the high-speed ski scenes,

cleanly choreographed and lensed by someone with a deep knowledge and appreciation of

the sport and the isolating psyche of competitive athletes yearning to perfect it.

But beyond the fairy tale-worthy cliffs and powdery summits of the French Alps, what Favier really captures is an all-too-common female coming-of-age tragedy with an insider’s clarity. ดูหนังออนไลน์  And she doesn’t stop there, somehow managing to wholly build two additional female characters in supporting roles. In due course, she allows Catherine the time and space to grow in her role as a single mother.

 

 

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5 behavior of overturning the project Know change before hiring

5 behavior of overturning the project Know change before hiring Many people would know that Allowing architects to help you design your home There will be more opportunities to get a house that meets and needs more than buying a pre-built house. But there are still quite a few people who waste time hiring architects to design them. But did not get the desired results Some people even make a difference to each other and look at each other’s face. Will help happy ending for both parties What behavior makes hiring an architect to design a house to fail? Let’s follow up.

1. Any architect is the same.

Because design work relies on aptitude and passion to put into the work Skilled architects love and are interested in a style of work. Will always work that style better If you think that you choose which architect to come, you have to do the work that we want. It’s a very wrong idea. Especially if our needs differ from that of the general public, however, that does not mean that one architect can do a few tasks. But the work will be easier and more convenient if he can design what he is good at.

2. Do not talk tightly. Not talking clearly to pay

Customized home design can take a long time and come with a variety of factors. There is a chance that anything will happen, such as having to cancel the contract in the middle Or the house area that was discussed in the first place, designed to come and go, and need to expand more space Or reduce the design area Which affects the total service charge If the contract has never been made clear that the architect will charge the service in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Would have the opportunity to easily offend each other

3. Disguise the budget.

Some people think that the budget is more than what they had before. Architects will have designed the house to be beautiful, big first, so that it will be worthwhile, or some think that the budget is less. Because later will definitely escalate Both of these thoughts caused problems.

Because the architect is responsible for designing and predicting that the designed house will have approximately the estimated construction cost. If he knows the budget figures that are not realistic The one that came out might be too big or too luxurious. Can’t be built as designed Or sparse too I did not like our owners.

When the actual budget came to answer later Often have to go back and go back and edit in a new way. Causing waste of time and effort on both sides by reason

 

4. Seek additional consultants outside the industry. At the timing of too late

Fortune Teller, elders, elders, father-in-law, mother-in-law are good advisors. (And influence)

in life for sure But if allowing the design process to pass, then seek advice from non-industry

consultants. Often causing frustrating problems later Because the preferences and experiences

of each person are different. And many times, each person has principles that are difficult to

guess by outsiders.

 

(Especially fortune teller Feng Shui) If we think we will believe in these consultants. Should have him come in as a consultant from the very beginning of the design, not waiting for a long time to design and then solve the secret character with the architect Because these secret characters did not know the origin of the design from the beginning. May create a surprise to the point of failure Which led to distress with the architect Because he is required to demand additional services for the new job. And we also have to waste more time. It is best to get these advisors involved from the beginning. And as few as possible Because a lot of people have a lot of fun

 

5. Think that an architect is an employee. Or subordinates

Even though we are not interested, but have already wasted money. In any case,

he has to do it to his liking. Design work is custom made, it requires coordination

between the employer and the employed person.

(And the work of many parties) homeowners have to do their own homework to some extent.

For example, knowing what you want What kind of house do you like to live in and communicate with the architects? As if working in a group Process for each submission Both sides needed to sit down and talk.

Understand in kind And both did homework Of course, there may be technical terms

or things that the homeowner never knew about, such as legal regulations, directions,

sunlight, or materials, but if the landlord understood it, it will help make the design work smoother.

If you keep listening Or just order Would be difficult to make the results satisfactory

 

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Love movies do not miss 10 love movies comedies

Love movies do not miss 10 love movies comedies

Enchanted

Love movies do not miss 10 love movies comedies Invite ingin together For young women who are in love Or want to find a good movie to watch on vacation Introducing new movies, introducing 10 love-comedy films.

No matter how many times you watch it, you will have to enjoy and laugh with it.

 

Enchanted

However, it must be stuck in the dart 10, a love comedy movie invites Jin. For sure, it’s believed that many Disney fans screamed for the movie. And we would like to give a full compliment to ‘Amy Adams’ because she came in such a heavy, full-blown style that we truly believed in it.

So that’s the Disney princess that came out of the fairy tale. Plus good music That made us super in The movie tells the story of ‘Giselle’, a woman from a fringing fairy tale kingdom that suddenly falls into the middle of New York City until she meets ‘Robert’, a single-father lawyer.

Chaos ensues as both the Prince and the people from the world of fiction follow Jisel. I can only say that you must not miss it.

 

She s the Man

Adding another flick with 10 love-comedy movies invites Jin, girls who like gender-swapping disguises should be happy about this. That let us know (And fascinated) with two of the hottest young performers, including ‘Amanda’, which has followed a lot of subsequent productions, as well as ‘Channing’, who gave out six packs to the eye. A movie about the story of ‘Viola’, a young girl who is very passionate about football.

But when the school girls’ soccer team was disbanded Together with the twin brother having plans to go abroad to study So she decided to impersonate her brother to live in an all-male school.

What she has to deal with is the hottest roommate who is also on the football team. Including all kinds of chaos and wrongdoing Until we have to keep pushing along with her whether to be saved or not

 

What s Your Number?

We like this movie in that it’s fun. Can be said to relieve stress quite well Especially our heroine who took almost every shot. As for the male protagonist, it is not anyone anywhere.

His father, the captain of the people’s hearts. The story focuses on ‘Elle’, who has just dropped off her job and her sister will marry a man who looks really good. Until Elly saw the results in a magazine that, given the lengthy number of ex-girlfriends, she had a chance! The quest to find the perfect match from 19 old lovers begins with the help of ‘Colin’, a young, flirty musician by the side of the room.

Many of the endings would have guessed. But believe us, if you can get a chance with you Plus exploring the familiar faces of actors who play the role of ex-girlfriends And shines on a stout puppet Chris’s stuff that makes fuss take off… worth it.

 

Made of Honor

Our young heroine is considered new to the movies in this way. But playing well, we still fell in love. Plus also got a hero to help supplement Help each other pass out in the right way With a simple gimmick, but hit like ‘friends secretly love friends’ near me, we in the movie talking about ‘Tom’ young men who still cherish their single life above all else.

Until he realized that it was probably because he loved ‘Hanna’, his best friend But bad news has to come. When Hanna informs the news of her engagement with a wealthy young Scottish person. Moreover, she asked Tom to help him become his bridesmaid.

It is a plot that makes us awkward along with the characters who are secretly in love with their friends. But as a result … this one is up to merit, but karma

 

Confession of a Shopaholic

The hit manuscript text has gotten onto it. And when it came to the movie, it was expected that it would be fun to make. It seems that the director is doing an impressive job. The story of ‘Rebecca’, a shopper woman, a mother who dreams of working at a famous fashion magazine Instead, it is only close to being a columnist for a new financial magazine in the same chain.

But the bigger problem would be her shredder behavior, which seemed to go against her job. In addition to this story, in addition to being fun, Feel Good has a woman-woman mood.

The movie also makes the girls. Be dazzled with all the bright colors of Rebecca’s fashion Plus in a swoon shopping scene We also secretly nodded our heads, saying, ‘Well, I am too

 

50 First Dates

Another story that we have picked up and seen many times. With a story that looks easy, but has a feeling of satisfaction And we believe that many people love the movie as well. For those who missed it The movie is the story of ‘Henry’, a young veterinarian who doesn’t seem like much about love. Until she falls into ‘Lucy’ and finds that she only has a short memory. After the day, everything in your head will be erased. And that was the greatest obstacle he had to make her fall in love with him every day. Just heard we are still discouraged But I can tell that Henry was not afraid. He persistently tells her he loves you every day. Make her love him new every day, there will be any hero who can love the heroine like this again. And more importantly… Will we meet someone?

 

(500) Days of Summer

Want to raise the position of the movie love in the heart For a lighthearted romantic movie with a lovely like no other. With the story of ‘Tom’, the word writer on the greeting card. A romantic young man who was dropped by a girlfriend ‘Summer’ after 500 days together. The movie will take us back to look at those mistakes. Through the arrangement of the story, the difference between a memorable picture and a forgotten image of love is revealed. In this story, she has a very good chemistry. See and learn the reality that can be achieved with ordinary human beings. Let us think and reflect, both in a happy and hurtful point of view.

 

Flipped

‘My boyfriend’, the Hollywood version of the film that will take us to experience love for the first time. A teenage love story during ‘Julie’, a young girl who fell in love with ‘Bryce’ at first sight. And growing up together, Bryce sees Julie as weird and tries to retreat, but back and forth when he learns her identity. Became that I fell in love The movie uses a way of telling the events.

 

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Review of The Rain , if you don’t want to be a zombie

Review of The Rain , if you don’t want to be a zombie

The Rain
Recommended last round Write a story about the actors who wrote the script today and review The Rain if you don’t want to be a zombie.

Do not get caught in the rain! The story is already limited to “do not get in the rain”, thus making the fun happen ever. Which can be called

another series with a story In telling a story that is interesting And there is a limit of the characters that it is quite fair.

 

Therefore making us feel paranoid and feel the joy of the actor himself that Will it be exposed to rain or rain water?

 

If hit and then definitely end up

It’s something that is fun and exciting. See to win it ever. Although I have to admit that during episodes 1-3,

the first episode was a bit bored. With this series Because there is a lot of drama And factors of action of some characters

That does not make sense in some way But when it comes

to later episodes of the series Began to sell puzzles, start to solve some things, and make us look more familiar

and have fun. Immediately,

it can be said that it creates a surprise. Is very much and must admit that Almost closed the series of this story.

Which overall considered

this series It is another story that will relive the characters. In the group of the hero and the heroine, let us look a little bit.

Go back and forth that Why does he have that kind of personality, or is it included?

 

About the work of pictures and effects May not  be that much beautiful Like any other series But there may be many scenes

that seem offensive And not quite smooth But I have to admit that I can do this.

 

To the fullest, if you have watched this story, focus on the story Mostly at first It might be very boring,

but the final episode is quite fun and exciting.

 

Shockingly shocking ever. And can be said to be compensated And can replace each other without being embarrassed

Actor’s side Because it is a Danish series. May make us not known How much are they Because most of us will be on the US or UK side,

but have to admit that with his performance. Called it already, it is very suitable for the role And makes us feel in with it as well as ever

 

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