Editorial digest N18. Series and robots

New seasons of your favorite TV series are slowly starting, literally every month there will be continuations of soap operas, sixth, seventh and sometimes eighth seasons. For now, I would like to note the peppy start of Breaking Bad (Breaking Bad) and a good start to the fourth season of Children of Anarchy (Sons of Anarchy).

But no matter how good your favorite entertainment is, you always want something new. So, for example, I constantly have a need for some series with episodes of 25 minutes. This time "light reading" was "Wilfred".

At one time I watched the trailer and did not understand anything from there. It's good that then I decided to watch the pilot first episode. It turned out that behind the stupid plot, there is quite a good comedy with funny characters.

The main character is experiencing big problems, life has brought him to a desperate step - he decides to end everything, writes a farewell note. And then a fateful event happens: a neighbor brings her dog and asks Ryan to sit with him. Dog Wilfred is quite ordinary, but Ryan sees him as a man. Gradually, they begin to make friends, become great friends, and the dog teaches the life of the main character. Surprisingly, the loser gradually changes his outlook on life, gradually ceasing to believe in the hopelessness of this world.

A very light series that does not pretend to be particularly serious. An excellent tool to pass half an hour between work.

2. Ilya Tarakanov

IMAX Sapphire Presentation

On September 27, an interesting event took place in Moscow - the opening of a new IMAX cinema, and according to its ideology - the first in the world (open to the general public). The hall, which was created in the "Formula Kino" in the Afimall City shopping center, is a copy of the IMAX, located in the office of the company of the same name in Los Angeles. A nice move, they say, feel like a famous director who watches the film exactly the way it should be watched.

As for the hall, a large screen (I didn’t ask about the size, but it is difficult to cover it with peripheral vision, that is, immersion is complete), only five rows of about 10 seats in each (thus, people will fit 4 times less than to normal IMAX). Leather chairs with wide armrests, vibration feedback (for the first time we managed to experience this - super) and electric adjustments - very comfortable, but there was no place for drinks. Price - and this is perhaps the most painful moment - from 500 to 2,000 rubles, depending on the time of day and day of the week, and these are only preliminary prices. The usual IMAX is from 500 to 1,000 rubles, and it is clear that there is a desire to earn extra money on exclusives, to recoup investments - but to give a couple of thousand rubles in an evening? One way or another, there will be those who wish.

Okay, I won't count other people's money - I'd rather tell you about my impressions of the film.

Real Steel feature film

Let's start with the plot, it's straightforward. In the somewhat distant future, boxing fights (both with and without rules) have dramatically lost popularity, and they have been replaced by a new sport - roboboxing. As the name implies, robots (under the control of their owners) are now rightfully dismantling each other for parts. The main role in the film is played by Hugh Jackman, his character, former boxer Charlie Kenton, clearly cannot accept the fact that he has retired, and with varying degrees of success participates Channel Home Speaker in robot battles. Actually, at the beginning of the film, he is totally unlucky - he loses his robots, and suddenly receives the news that his ex-wife has died, leaving her son (whom he successfully tries to hand over to his wife's sister and her husband for a similar amount of 100 thousand dollars, because it is necessary write a waiver). The picture is not the most rosy, but, of course, by the end of the film, the father finds a son, the son finds a father, and everyone is happy.

Hugh Jackman teaches boxing techniques to the robot Atom, which his son Max dug up in a landfill

If everything is not so obvious with the last moment, and the history of personal growth is not the most important thing, it's better to talk about the work of the creators of special effects. This is where people have done a great job. In the credits I saw the gratitude of a certain animatronics studio, it seems that robots were not only drawn on a computer - which is rare in our time. One way or another, it turned out perfectly, in the cinema, jumping and fighting robots are perceived great.

The storyline - no, of course, it's nice to see how the son gains faith in his father, and there is a hint of a sequel - but I personally will wait for the second part not because of the development of the storyline, but because of the robots. Here is such a cynical person.

Editorial digest N18. Series and robots

New seasons of your favorite TV series are slowly starting, literally every month there will be continuations of soap operas, sixth, seventh and sometimes eighth seasons. For now, I would like to note the peppy start of Breaking Bad (Breaking Bad) and a good start to the fourth season of Children of Anarchy (Sons of Anarchy).

But no matter how good your favorite entertainment is, you always want something new. So, for example, I constantly have a need for some series with episodes of 25 minutes. This time "light reading" was "Wilfred".

At one time I watched the trailer and did not understand anything from there. It's good that then I decided to watch the pilot first episode. It turned out that behind the stupid plot, there is quite a good comedy with funny characters.

The main character is experiencing big problems, life has brought him to a desperate step - he decides to end everything, writes a farewell note. And then a fateful event happens: a neighbor brings her dog and asks Ryan to sit with him. Dog Wilfred is quite ordinary, but Ryan sees him as a man. Gradually, they begin to make friends, become great friends, and the dog teaches the life of the main character. Surprisingly, the loser gradually changes his outlook on life, gradually ceasing to believe in the hopelessness of this world.

A very light series that does not pretend to be particularly serious. An excellent tool to pass half an hour between work.

2. Ilya Tarakanov

IMAX Sapphire Presentation

On September 27, an interesting event took place in Moscow - the opening of a new IMAX cinema, and according to its ideology - the first in the world (open to the general public). The hall, which was created in the "Formula Kino" in the Afimall City shopping center, is a copy of the IMAX, located in the office of the company of the same name in Los Angeles. A nice move, they say, feel like a famous director who watches the film exactly the way it should be watched.

As for the hall, a large screen (I didn’t ask about the size, but it is difficult to cover it with peripheral vision, that is, immersion is complete), only five rows of about 10 seats in each (thus, people will fit 4 times less than to normal IMAX). Leather chairs with wide armrests, vibration feedback (for the first time we managed to experience this - super) and electric adjustments - very comfortable, but there was no place for drinks. Price - and this is perhaps the most painful moment - from 500 to 2,000 rubles, depending on the time of day and day of the week, and these are only preliminary prices. The usual IMAX is from 500 to 1,000 rubles, and it is clear that there is a desire to earn extra money on exclusives, to recoup investments - but to give a couple of thousand rubles in an evening? One way or another, there will be those who wish.

Okay, I won't count other people's money - I'd rather tell you about my impressions of the film.

Real Steel feature film

Let's start with the plot, it's straightforward. In the somewhat distant future, boxing fights (both with and without rules) have dramatically lost popularity, and they have been replaced by a new sport - roboboxing. As the name implies, robots (under the control of their owners) are now rightfully dismantling each other for parts. The main role in the film is played by Hugh Jackman, his character, former boxer Charlie Kenton, clearly cannot accept the fact that he has retired, and with varying degrees of success participates Channel Home Speaker in robot battles. Actually, at the beginning of the film, he is totally unlucky - he loses his robots, and suddenly receives the news that his ex-wife has died, leaving her son (whom he successfully tries to hand over to his wife's sister and her husband for a similar amount of 100 thousand dollars, because it is necessary write a waiver). The picture is not the most rosy, but, of course, by the end of the film, the father finds a son, the son finds a father, and everyone is happy.

Hugh Jackman teaches boxing techniques to the robot Atom, which his son Max dug up in a landfill

If everything is not so obvious with the last moment, and the history of personal growth is not the most important thing, it's better to talk about the work of the creators of special effects. This is where people did a great job. In the credits I saw the gratitude of a certain animatronics studio, it seems that robots were not only drawn on a computer - which is rare in our time. One way or another, it turned out perfectly, in the cinema, jumping and fighting robots are perceived great.

The storyline - no, of course, it's nice to see how the son gains faith in his father, and there is a hint of a sequel - but I personally will wait for the second part not because of the development of the storyline, but because of the robots. Here is such a cynical person.

Editorial digest N18. Series and robots

New seasons of your favorite series are slowly starting, literally every month there will be continuations of soap operas, sixth, seventh and sometimes eighth seasons. For now, I would like to note the peppy start of Breaking Bad (Breaking Bad) and a good start to the fourth season of Children of Anarchy (Sons of Anarchy).

But no matter how good your favorite entertainment is, you always want something new. So, for example, I constantly have a need for some series with episodes of 25 minutes. This time "light reading" was "Wilfred".

At one time I watched the trailer and did not understand anything from there. It's good that then I decided to watch the pilot first episode. It turned out that behind the stupid plot, there is quite a good comedy with funny characters.

The main character is experiencing big problems, life has brought him to a desperate step - he decides to end everything, writes a farewell note. And then a fateful event happens: a neighbor brings her dog and asks Ryan to sit with him. Dog Wilfred is quite ordinary, but Ryan sees him as a man. Gradually, they begin to make friends, become great friends, and the dog teaches the life of the main character. Surprisingly, the loser gradually changes his outlook on life, gradually ceasing to believe in the hopelessness of this world.

A very light series that does not pretend to be particularly serious. An excellent tool to pass half an hour between work.

2. Ilya Tarakanov

IMAX Sapphire Presentation

On September 27, an interesting event took place in Moscow - the opening of a new IMAX cinema, and in its ideology - the first in the world (open to the general public). The hall, which was created in the "Formula Kino" in the Afimall City shopping center, is a copy of the IMAX, located in the office of the company of the same name in Los Angeles. A nice move, they say, feel like a famous director who watches the film exactly the way it should be watched.

As for the hall, a large screen (I didn’t ask about the size, but it is difficult to cover it with peripheral vision, that is, immersion is complete), only five rows of about 10 seats in each (thus, people will fit 4 times less than to normal IMAX). Leather chairs with wide armrests, vibration feedback (for the first time we managed to experience this - super) and electric adjustments - very convenient, but there was no place for drinks. Price - and this is perhaps the most painful moment - from 500 to 2,000 rubles, depending on the time of day and day of the week, and these are only preliminary prices. The usual IMAX is from 500 to 1,000 rubles, and it is clear that there is a desire to earn extra money on exclusives, to recoup investments - but to give a couple of thousand rubles in an evening? One way or another, there will be those who wish.

Okay, I won't count other people's money - I'd rather tell you about my impressions of the film.

Real Steel feature film

Let's start with the plot, it's straightforward. In the somewhat distant future, boxing fights (both with and without rules) have dramatically lost popularity, and they have been replaced by a new sport - roboboxing. As the name implies, robots (under the control of their owners) are now rightfully dismantling each other for parts. The main role in the film is played by Hugh Jackman, his character, former boxer Charlie Kenton, clearly cannot accept the fact that he has retired, and with varying degrees of success participates Channel Home Speaker in robot battles. Actually, at the beginning of the film, he is totally unlucky - he loses his robots, and suddenly receives the news that his ex-wife has died, leaving her son (whom he successfully tries to hand over to his wife's sister and her husband for a similar amount of 100 thousand dollars, because it is necessary write a waiver). The picture is not the most rosy, but, of course, by the end of the film, the father finds a son, the son finds a father, and everyone is happy.

Hugh Jackman teaches boxing techniques to the robot Atom, which his son Max dug up in a landfill

If everything is not so obvious with the last moment, and the history of personal growth is not the most important thing, it's better to talk about the work of the creators of special effects. This is where people did a great job. In the credits I saw the gratitude of a certain animatronics studio, it seems that robots were not only drawn on a computer - which is rare in our time. One way or another, it turned out perfectly, in the cinema, jumping and fighting robots are perceived great.

The storyline - no, of course, it's nice to see how the son gains faith in his father, and there is a hint of a sequel - but I personally will wait for the second part not because of the development of the storyline, but because of the robots. Here is such a cynical person.

Editorial digest N18. Series and robots

New seasons of your favorite series are slowly starting, literally every month there will be continuations of soap operas, sixth, seventh and sometimes eighth seasons. For now, I would like to note the peppy start of Breaking Bad (Breaking Bad) and a good start to the fourth season of Children of Anarchy (Sons of Anarchy).

But no matter how good your favorite entertainment is, you always want something new. So, for example, I constantly have a need for some series with episodes of 25 minutes. This time "light reading" was "Wilfred".

At one time I watched the trailer and did not understand anything from there. It's good that then I decided to watch the pilot of the first series. It turned out that behind the stupid plot, there is quite a good comedy with funny characters.

The main character is experiencing big problems, life has brought him to a desperate step - he decides to end everything, writes a farewell note. And then a fateful event happens: a neighbor brings her dog and asks Ryan to sit with him. Dog Wilfred is quite ordinary, but Ryan sees him as a man. Gradually, they begin to make friends, become great friends, and the dog teaches the life of the main character. Surprisingly, the loser gradually changes his outlook on life, gradually ceasing to believe in the hopelessness of this world.

A very light series that does not pretend to be particularly serious. An excellent tool to pass half an hour between work.

2. Ilya Tarakanov

IMAX Sapphire Presentation

On September 27, an interesting event took place in Moscow - the opening of a new IMAX cinema, and according to its ideology - the first in the world (open to the general public). The hall, which was created in the "Formula Kino" in the Afimall City shopping center, is a copy of the IMAX, located in the office of the company of the same name in Los Angeles. A nice move, they say, feel like a famous director who watches the film exactly the way it should be watched.

As for the hall, a large screen (I didn’t ask about the size, but it is difficult to cover it with peripheral vision, that is, immersion is complete), only five rows of about 10 seats in each (thus, people will fit 4 times less than to normal IMAX). Leather chairs with wide armrests, vibration feedback (for the first time we managed to experience this - super) and electric adjustments - very comfortable, but there was no place for drinks. Price - and this is perhaps the most painful moment - from 500 to 2,000 rubles, depending on the time of day and day of the week, and these are only preliminary prices. The usual IMAX is from 500 to 1,000 rubles, and it is clear that there is a desire to earn extra money on exclusives, to recoup investments - but to give a couple of thousand rubles in an evening? One way or another, there will be those who wish.

Okay, I won't count other people's money - I'd rather tell you about my impressions of the film.

Real Steel feature film

Let's start with the plot, it's straightforward. In the somewhat distant future, boxing fights (both with and without rules) have dramatically lost popularity, and they have been replaced by a new sport - roboboxing. As the name implies, robots (under the control of their owners) are now rightfully dismantling each other for parts. The main role in the film is played by Hugh Jackman, his character, former boxer Charlie Kenton, clearly cannot accept the fact that he has retired, and Channel Home Speaker participates in robo-fights with varying success. Actually, at the beginning of the film, he is totally unlucky - he loses his robots, and suddenly receives the news that his ex-wife has died, leaving her son (whom he successfully tries to sell to his wife's sister and her husband for a similar amount of 100 thousand dollars, because it is necessary write a waiver). The picture is not the most rosy, but, of course, by the end of the film, the father finds a son, the son finds a father, and everyone is happy.

Let's start with the plot, it's simple. In the somewhat distant future, boxing fights (both with and without rules) have dramatically lost popularity, and they have been replaced by a new sport - roboboxing. As the name implies, robots (under the control of their owners) are now rightfully dismantling each other for parts. The main role in the film is played by Hugh Jackman, his character, former boxer Charlie Kenton, clearly cannot accept the fact that he retired, and participates with varying degrees of success. Channel Home Speaker Channel Home Speaker in robot battles. Actually, at the beginning of the film, he is totally unlucky - he loses his robots, and suddenly receives the news that his ex-wife has died, leaving her son (whom he successfully tries to hand over to his wife's sister and her husband for a similar amount of 100 thousand dollars, because it is necessary write a waiver). The picture is not the most rosy, but, of course, by the end of the film, the father finds a son, the son finds a father, and everyone is happy.

Hugh Jackman teaches boxing techniques to the robot Atom, which his son Max dug up in a landfill

If everything is not so obvious with the last moment, and the history of personal growth is not the most important thing, it's better to talk about the work of the creators of special effects. This is where people did a great job. In the credits I saw the gratitude of a certain animatronics studio, it seems that robots were not only drawn on a computer - which is rare in our time. One way or another, it turned out perfectly, in the cinema, jumping and fighting robots are perceived great.

The storyline - no, of course, it's nice to see how the son gains faith in his father, and there is a hint of a sequel - but I personally will wait for the second part not because of the development of the storyline, but because of the robots. Here is such a cynical person.