Katniss goes through a number of emotional goodbyes before the Games, beginning with her sister and mother back in District 12. However, the most emotional of all is probably with Cinna below the Arena. There, Cinna wishes her the best in a sad, heartfelt way.
We came across two Cinna-Katniss images that really hit us hard:
That came from fiery-katniss.tumblr.com. You all know the moment and what he says.
Here’s the second one, courtesy of missdeviante.tumblr.com:
That moment, right before Katniss enters the Arena, is the last we see of Cinna in the film. But just because he’s out of sight doesn’t mean he’s not still involved in the story. Imagine the agony he must be suffering, watching Katniss go through such unbelievable pain and hardship. He probably watched every second of the Games, pulling for his self-created “Girl on Fire.” These two images represent both stages of…
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If you haven’t see the latest video Google has came out with, then, well… like Samuel L. Jackson said in “Jurassic Park”, hold on to your butts.
Google is working on technology called “Project Glass”. From the video shown, it appears to be a set of high-tech “smart” glasses that give the wearer a sense of augmented reality. Lost? Tell your glasses you are lost, and a translucent map will pop up IN FRONT OF YOUR @#$!ING FACE and set you straight. But that’s just the tip of the peripheral ice-berg. Take a picture at LITERALLY what ever you are looking at — I assume blinking is involved here — or record video of what ever is IN FRONT OF YOUR @#$%ING FACE.
If someone calls you, a little video screen will pop up in front of you, and you can talk with the video caller who is FLOATING…
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Mildred Pierce is a compelling tale of family dynamics, and HBO’s five part miniseries adaptation is impressively true to the book.
I run hot and cold with Kate Winslet. I loved Eternal Sunshine, enjoyed Revolutionary Road, and have been disinterested in most of her other movies. Mildred as a character has plenty of faults and petty qualities that are annoying, but Winslet folds seamlessly into the character, and all you see is Mildred.
Evan Rachel Wood plays the older Veda (“younger Veda” is played by a different actress in the first three episodes). Wood’s skill falls far short next to Winslet. When Veda is played by the younger actress in the earlier episodes, I got wrapped up in the spoiled brat of a character. When Wood steps in, her lack of talent, her over-pronunciation, and her unconvincing opera lip synch are distracting. My feelings toward Veda, generally, is that I…
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Sebastian Koch and Yulia Snigir have signed on to play the villains in the 5th installment of the Die Hard franchise titled “A Good Day to Die Hard”. Bruce Willis is set to return as John McClane and Jai Courtney (Spartacus Blood and Sand) is set to play John’s son Jack. Other than the movie taking place in Moscow, not much else is known about the movie. Do you still think there is a need for another Die Hard film? Sound off in the comments!