Anna Karenina

I came across the trailer for this movie at the cinema during a five-minute commercial before the Life of Pi tape. And I must say, he (the trailer) made a big impression on me. It was decided to go also because such works are filmed not so often. And finally, I’m terribly ashamed, but not a single line from this work has been preserved in my memory since school days, so I’ll re-read the book anyway.

The trailer literally beckons with its gloss, but do not be in a hurry to be charmed. The film, like a house of cards, like a performance in a theater, is made up of many scenery, where one scene is separated from another by five meters and two seconds in time. No, this is not a film in the usual form, and not a TV show - it's something in between. Probably like the Cirque du Soleil, which you are offered to watch on TV. Bright, interesting, but still not the same. Do not think that I did not like this move - it is interesting just because it is unusual. And that's the only reason you can go. Yes, and today all morning I also remembered this picture, and perhaps I will review it again, but already at home. Be sure to go - I don’t think that she will leave you indifferent.

Movie Search

And I bought both movie tickets using the Kinopoisk application. There are a few flaws in the interface, but they do not play a big role. The main thing is that now you can buy a ticket from your phone using a bank card, as well as send a ticket to Passbook (I have not found such applications before). Actually, now it’s clear what Passbook is and what it is for.

< img src="https://mobile-review.com/articles/2013/image/editors-digest-49/ikonnikov/iphone5.jpg"/>

Android owners, don't be upset - you've lost a little. The program simply allows you to store all tickets purchased by phone. Kinopoisk takes a commission of 10% for the purchase of any ticket - not so little. Are there any other movie ticketing programs that support Passbook?

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2. Evgeny Vildyaev. Anime Music

To tell you the truth, I am a big fan of not only the anime itself, but also the OSTs for them. Double Necklace I don't know how it works, but most Japanese animations damn good audio. Today I would like to talk about one of my favorite Japanese composers, Yasuharu Takanashi. He is known to some of you as the music composer for Naruto Shippuuden, Fairy Tail and Mushishi. Personally, I like his work with Fairy Tail the most (I'll talk about the anime itself some other time).

In each track, he was able to convey the mood of one of the characters or reflect what is happening on the screen as accurately as possible. It's hard for me to determine what genre the Fairy Tail OST belongs to, but I can clearly hear Celtic and Irish motifs in it, it's worth at least listening to Natsu no Theme - the theme of the main character.

Some melodies, such as Lucy no Theme, are dominated by an unusual combination of violin and accordion.

For me, music for films and anime is an important part of watching, because it creates the right state or atmosphere while watching. At the moment, three discs with music from Fairy Tail have been released, you can easily find them on the corresponding resources.

3. Ilya Tarakanov. Django Unchained

Do I like the work of Quentin Tarantino? Definitely yes. Was I looking forward to the new movie? Rather, no - somehow I watched the video, the opinion was ambiguous, and I forgot about the upcoming picture.

Nevertheless, recently on the site of the film translator Dmitry "Goblin" Puchkov, I saw a great video, which, in general, is not at all about the film, but about what formed its basis. I highly recommend watching the video, excellent historical reference.

So, since the film has not yet been released to the cinema, I found it on torrents in surprisingly decent quality, DVD Screener, with a one-voice translation - everything is as it should be. And even in this version of the film, I have already watched it twice, it is so good. It will be released on DVD/BluRay - I'll watch it again.

The film - as usual with Tarantino - consists of dialogues, shooting, interesting camera decisions and unusual combinations of musical compositions. Let's say that Django has some elements from the original film (yes, there was one), this applies to both music and pictures, and even one of the characters in Tarantino's film was played by the actor who played the main role in the original film. In short, Quentin is in his repertoire. As for the actors, Leonardo Di Caprio struck (in a good way), Samuel Jackson played superbly, even Tarantino himself took part. In general, you won’t dig.

I haven't watched the original Django, and I don't want to - Tarantino's work is quite self-sufficient. I strongly recommend the movie for viewing, and the soundtrack for listening. A real joy, which is simply not worth mixing with modern creations from lovers of explosions and chases, the film is out of time and out of the market.

Editorial digest N49. Movies and anime

Preamble. I don’t see much point in writing some reviews of the film, because the subjectivity of the perception of this or that tape does not allow us to set a common denominator for the entire film industry and judge the production of films only by it. In any case, bad or controversial films do not reach cinemas - this is a mass market, so the picture should appeal to a significant part of the audience. Therefore, here I will simply give recommendations on whether it is worth going to the film, and what you can get from watching the picture.

Life of Pi

It seems that not so long ago there was a presentation of the film "Slumdog Millionaire", and regarding Life of Pi, the impressions are similar. The amazing thing is that by telling you the plot, you, as a future viewer, do not lose anything. The story described in a few sentences does not convey the feeling of the film, so I will only tell the plot. A young family with two children, one of whom is the main character, flees India in search of a better life. The ship on which they crossed the ocean sank for unknown reasons, but Pi managed to escape. Although can this be called salvation: on a boat, in the middle of the ocean, in the company of a zebra, monkey, hyena, and Bengal tiger. The plot is intriguing, but in addition to a beautiful story, you as a viewer will see many interesting metaphors. An interesting film in many respects, which "does not pull" to watch a second time.

Anna Karenina

I came across the trailer for this movie at the cinema during a five-minute commercial before the Life of Pi tape. And I must say, he (the trailer) made a big impression on me. It was decided to go also because such works are filmed not so often. And finally, I’m terribly ashamed, but not a single line from this work has been preserved in my memory since school days, so I’ll re-read the book anyway.

The trailer literally beckons with its gloss, but do not be in a hurry to be charmed. The film, like a house of cards, like a performance in a theater, is made up of many scenery, where one scene is separated from another by five meters and two seconds in time. No, this is not a film in the usual form, and not a TV show - it's something in between. Probably like the Cirque du Soleil, which you are offered to watch on TV. Bright, interesting, but still not the same. Do not think that I did not like this move - it is interesting just because it is unusual. And that's the only reason you can go. Yes, and today all morning I also remembered this picture, and perhaps I will review it again, but already at home. Be sure to go - I don’t think that she will leave you indifferent.

< /p>

2. Evgeny Vildyaev. Anime Music

To tell you the truth, I am a big fan of not only the anime itself, but also the OSTs for them. Double Necklace I don't know how it works, but most Japanese animations damn good audio. Today I would like to talk about one of my favorite Japanese composers, Yasuharu Takanashi. He is known to some of you as the music composer for Naruto Shippuuden, Fairy Tail and Mushishi. Personally, I like his work with Fairy Tail the most (I'll talk about the anime itself some other time).

In each track, he was able to convey the mood of one of the characters or reflect what is happening on the screen as accurately as possible. It's hard for me to determine what genre the Fairy Tail OST belongs to, but I can clearly hear Celtic and Irish motifs in it, it's worth at least listening to Natsu no Theme - the theme of the main character.

Some melodies, such as Lucy no Theme, are dominated by an unusual combination of violin and accordion.

For me, music for films and anime is an important part of watching, because it creates the right state or atmosphere while watching. At the moment, three discs with music from Fairy Tail have been released, you can easily find them on the corresponding resources.

3. Ilya Tarakanov. Django Unchained

Do I like the work of Quentin Tarantino? Definitely yes. Was I looking forward to the new movie? Rather, no - somehow I watched the video, the opinion was ambiguous, and I forgot about the upcoming picture.

Nevertheless, recently on the site of the film translator Dmitry "Goblin" Puchkov, I saw a great video, which, in general, is not at all about the film, but about what formed its basis. I highly recommend watching the video, excellent historical reference.

So, since the film has not yet been released to the cinema, I found it on torrents in surprisingly decent quality, DVD Screener, with a one-voice translation - everything is as it should be. And even in this version of the film, I have already watched it twice, it is so good. It will be released on DVD/BluRay - I'll watch it again.

The film - as usual with Tarantino - consists of dialogues, shooting, interesting camera decisions and unusual combinations of musical compositions. Let's say that Django has some elements from the original film (yes, there was one), this applies to both music and pictures, and even one of the characters in Tarantino's film was played by the actor who played the main role in the original film. In short, Quentin is in his repertoire. As for the actors, Leonardo Di Caprio struck (in a good way), Samuel Jackson played superbly, even Tarantino himself took part. In general, you won’t dig.

I haven't watched the original Django, and I don't want to - Tarantino's work is quite self-sufficient. I strongly recommend the movie for viewing, and the soundtrack for listening. A real joy, which is simply not worth mixing with modern creations from lovers of explosions and chases, the film is out of time and out of the market.

Editorial digest N49. Movies and anime

Preamble. I don’t see much point in writing some reviews of the film, because the subjectivity of the perception of this or that tape does not allow us to set a common denominator for the entire film industry and judge the production of films only by it. In any case, bad or controversial films do not reach cinemas - this is a mass market, so the picture should appeal to a significant part of the audience. Therefore, here I will simply give recommendations on whether it is worth going to the film, and what you can get from watching the picture.

Life of Pi

It seems that not so long ago there was a presentation of the film "Slumdog Millionaire", and regarding Life of Pi, the impressions are similar. The amazing thing is that by telling you the plot, you, as a future viewer, do not lose anything. The story described in a few sentences does not convey the feeling of the film, so I will only tell the plot. A young family with two children, one of whom is the main character, flees India in search of a better life. The ship on which they crossed the ocean sank for unknown reasons, but Pi managed to escape. Although can this be called salvation: on a boat, in the middle of the ocean, in the company of a zebra, monkey, hyena, and Bengal tiger. The plot is intriguing, but in addition to a beautiful story, you as a viewer will see many interesting metaphors. An interesting film in many respects, which "does not pull" to watch a second time.

Anna Karenina

I came across the trailer for this movie at the cinema during a five-minute commercial before the Life of Pi tape. And I must say, he (the trailer) made a big impression on me. It was decided to go also because such works are filmed not so often. And finally, I’m terribly ashamed, but not a single line from this work has been preserved in my memory since school days, so I’ll re-read the book anyway.

The trailer literally beckons with its gloss, but do not be in a hurry to be charmed. The film, like a house of cards, like a performance in a theater, is made up of many scenery, where one scene is separated from another by five meters and two seconds in time. No, this is not a film in the usual form, and not a TV show - it's something in between. Probably like the Cirque du Soleil, which you are offered to watch on TV. Bright, interesting, but still not the same. Do not think that I did not like this move - it is interesting just because it is unusual. And that's the only reason you can go. Yes, and today all morning I also remembered this picture, and perhaps I will review it again, but already at home. Be sure to go - I don’t think that she will leave you indifferent.

Movie Search

And I bought both movie tickets using the Kinopoisk application. There are a few flaws in the interface, but they do not play a big role. The main thing is that now you can buy a ticket from your phone using a bank card, as well as send a ticket to Passbook (I have not found such applications before). Actually, now it’s clear what Passbook is and what it is for.

< img src="https://mobile-review.com/articles/2013/image/editors-digest-49/ikonnikov/iphone5.jpg"/>

Android owners, don't be upset - you've lost a little. The program simply allows you to store all tickets purchased by phone. Kinopoisk takes a commission of 10% for the purchase of any ticket - not so little. Are there any other movie ticketing programs that support Passbook?

< /p>

2. Evgeny Vildyaev. Anime Music

To tell you the truth, I am a big fan of not only the anime itself, but also the OSTs for them. Double Necklace I don't know how it works, but most Japanese animations damn good audio. Today I would like to talk about one of my favorite Japanese composers, Yasuharu Takanashi. He is known to some of you as the music composer for Naruto Shippuuden, Fairy Tail and Mushishi. Personally, I like his work with Fairy Tail the most (I'll talk about the anime itself some other time).

In each track, he was able to convey the mood of one of the characters or reflect what is happening on the screen as accurately as possible. It's hard for me to determine what genre the Fairy Tail OST belongs to, but I can clearly hear Celtic and Irish motifs in it, it's worth at least listening to Natsu no Theme - the theme of the main character.

Some melodies, such as Lucy no Theme, are dominated by an unusual combination of violin and accordion.

For me, music for films and anime is an important part of watching, because it creates the right state or atmosphere while watching. At the moment, three discs with music from Fairy Tail have been released, you can easily find them on the corresponding resources.

3. Ilya Tarakanov. Django Unchained

Do I like the work of Quentin Tarantino? Definitely yes. Was I looking forward to the new movie? Rather, no - somehow I watched the video, the opinion was ambiguous, and I forgot about the upcoming picture.

Nevertheless, recently on the site of the film translator Dmitry "Goblin" Puchkov, I saw a great video, which, in general, is not at all about the film, but about what formed its basis. I highly recommend watching the video, excellent historical reference.

So, since the film has not yet been released to the cinema, I found it on torrents in surprisingly decent quality, DVD Screener, with a one-voice translation - everything is as it should be. And even in this version of the film, I have already watched it twice, it is so good. It will be released on DVD/BluRay - I'll watch it again.

The film - as usual with Tarantino - consists of dialogues, shooting, interesting camera decisions and unusual combinations of musical compositions. Let's say that Django has some elements from the original film (yes, there was one), this applies to both music and pictures, and even one of the characters in Tarantino's film was played by the actor who played the main role in the original film. In short, Quentin is in his repertoire. As for the actors, Leonardo Di Caprio struck (in a good way), Samuel Jackson played superbly, even Tarantino himself took part. In general, you won’t dig.

I haven't watched the original Django, and I don't want to - Tarantino's work is quite self-sufficient. I strongly recommend the movie for viewing, and the soundtrack for listening. A real joy, which is simply not worth mixing with modern creations from lovers of explosions and chases, the film is out of time and out of the market.

Editorial digest N49. Movies and anime

Preamble. I don’t see much point in writing some reviews of the film, because the subjectivity of the perception of this or that tape does not allow us to set a common denominator for the entire film industry and judge the production of films only by it. In any case, bad or controversial films do not reach cinemas - this is a mass market, so the picture should appeal to a significant part of the audience. Therefore, here I will simply give recommendations on whether it is worth going to the film, and what you can get from watching the picture.

Life of Pi

It seems that not so long ago there was a presentation of the film "Slumdog Millionaire", and regarding Life of Pi, the impressions are similar. The amazing thing is that by telling you the plot, you, as a future viewer, do not lose anything. The story described in a few sentences does not convey the feeling of the film, so I will only tell the plot. A young family with two children, one of whom is the main character, flees India in search of a better life. The ship on which they crossed the ocean sank for unknown reasons, but Pi managed to escape. Although can this be called salvation: on a boat, in the middle of the ocean, in the company of a zebra, monkey, hyena, and Bengal tiger. The plot is intriguing, but in addition to a beautiful story, you as a viewer will see many interesting metaphors. An interesting film in many respects, which "does not pull" to watch a second time.

Anna Karenina

I came across the trailer for this movie at the cinema during a five-minute commercial before the Life of Pi tape. And I must say, he (the trailer) made a big impression on me. It was decided to go also because such works are filmed not so often. And finally, I’m terribly ashamed, but not a single line from this work has been preserved in my memory since school days, so I’ll re-read the book anyway.

The trailer literally beckons with its gloss, but do not be in a hurry to be charmed. The film, like a house of cards, like a performance in a theater, is made up of many scenery, where one scene is separated from another by five meters and two seconds in time. No, this is not a film in the usual form, and not a TV show - it's something in between. Probably like the Cirque du Soleil, which you are offered to watch on TV. Bright, interesting, but still not the same. Do not think that I did not like this move - it is interesting just because it is unusual. And that's the only reason you can go. Yes, and today all morning I also remembered this picture, and perhaps I will review it again, but already at home. Be sure to go - I don’t think that she will leave you indifferent.

Movie Search

And I bought both movie tickets using the Kinopoisk application. There are a few flaws in the interface, but they do not play a big role. The main thing is that now you can buy a ticket from your phone using a bank card, as well as send a ticket to Passbook (I have not found such applications before). Actually, now it’s clear what Passbook is and what it is for.

Android owners, don't be upset - you've lost a little. The program simply allows you to store all tickets purchased by phone. Kinopoisk takes a commission of 10% for the purchase of any ticket - not so little. Are there any other movie ticketing programs that support Passbook?

2. Evgeny Vildyaev. Anime Music

To tell you the truth, I am a big fan of not only the anime itself, but also the OSTs for them. Double Necklace I don't know how it works, but most of the Japanese animation has damn good audio. Today I would like to talk about one of my favorite Japanese composers, Yasuharu Takanashi. He is known to some of you as the music composer for Naruto Shippuuden, Fairy Tail and Mushishi. Personally, I like his work with Fairy Tail the most (I'll talk about the anime itself some other time).

To tell the truth, I'm a big fan of not only the anime itself, but also the OSTs for them. Double Necklace Double Necklace I don't know how it works, but most Japanese animation has damn good audio. Today I would like to talk about one of my favorite Japanese composers, Yasuharu Takanashi. He is known to some of you as the music composer for Naruto Shippuuden, Fairy Tail and Mushishi. Personally, I like his work with Fairy Tail the most (I'll talk about the anime itself some other time).

In each track, he was able to convey the mood of one of the characters or reflect what is happening on the screen as accurately as possible. It's hard for me to determine what genre the Fairy Tail OST belongs to, but I can clearly hear Celtic and Irish motifs in it, it's worth at least listening to Natsu no Theme - the theme of the main character.

Some melodies, such as Lucy no Theme, are dominated by an unusual combination of violin and accordion.

For me, music for films and anime is an important part of watching, because it creates the right state or atmosphere while watching. At the moment, three discs with music from Fairy Tail have been released, you can easily find them on the corresponding resources.

3. Ilya Tarakanov. Django Unchained

Do I like the work of Quentin Tarantino? Definitely yes. Was I looking forward to the new movie? Rather, no - somehow I watched the video, the opinion was ambiguous, and I forgot about the upcoming picture.

Nevertheless, recently on the site of the film translator Dmitry "Goblin" Puchkov, I saw a great video, which, in general, is not at all about the film, but about what formed its basis. I highly recommend watching the video, excellent historical reference.

So, since the film has not yet been released to the cinema, I found it on torrents in surprisingly decent quality, DVD Screener, with a one-voice translation - everything is as it should be. And even in this version of the film, I have already watched it twice, it is so good. It will be released on DVD/BluRay - I'll watch it again.

The film - as usual with Tarantino - consists of dialogues, shooting, interesting camera decisions and unusual combinations of musical compositions. Let's say that Django has some elements from the original film (yes, there was one), this applies to both music and pictures, and even one of the characters in Tarantino's film was played by the actor who played the main role in the original film. In short, Quentin is in his repertoire. As for the actors, Leonardo Di Caprio struck (in a good way), Samuel Jackson played superbly, even Tarantino himself took part. In general, you won’t dig.

I haven't watched the original Django, and I don't want to - Tarantino's work is quite self-sufficient. I strongly recommend the movie for viewing, and the soundtrack for listening. A real joy, which is simply not worth mixing with modern creations from lovers of explosions and chases, the film is out of time and out of the market.