A fantastic tactical shooter that is marred by inconsistencies and
A fantastic tactical shooter that is marred by inconsistencies and minor flaws in design. It is the best in the series, and continues with the same great gameplay that made us fall in love with it in the first place.
Now I know that 'The Departed' is based off of the Hong Kong movie 'WuJianDao', but Scorsese really grabs hold of a great story and brings it to the American Screen. My father grew up in Boston and when we walked out of the theater he couldn't stop talking about how authentic the environment and attitude was. Then there's the acting in which the lead actors (Nicholson, DiCaprio, Damon) not only give stunningly entertaining performances, but you become engulfed in each one's perspective and dilemmas. The smaller roles that of (Baldwin, Walberg, Sheen) are supporting roles that remind me of Jesus Quintana from 'The Big Lebowski', by this I mean that their screen time is limited but they make lasting impressions that you cherish each and every scene they are in, Alec Baldwin especially. The story itself starts off with the basic intro of the players and the setting, but you'll find yourself slowing following each and every plot twist and rooting back and forth for the good guys and for the bad guys. If you're a Scorsese fan, which I am, I think you will appreciate this film. You can clearly see the Scorsese touch ranging from the cinematography and of course the music, it's great to hear "Gimme Shelter" again, but "Comfortably Numb" played in so well. It's another gangster flick from Scorsese, yet this one stands alone because feels so fresh and most would agree Scorsese does gangster films the best; so why not let him. Oscar worthy, the acting I certainly hope; this is DiCaprio's best role since 'The Aviator' which was his best role since 'Gangs of New York', am I seeing a pattern here. But my lasting impression wasn't concerned with the politics of the golden statue; my lasting impression was that I had sat through 2 and half hours of brilliant and especially entertaining storytelling. Thank you Mr. Scorsese.
this was my dream car before I purchased it. I've owned it for almost two years, and I'm still in love with it. I owned a Porsche Cayman S before I purchased my 2011 Carrera S Cabriolet, and they were similar in some aspects. I've driven a few different sports cars, and the 911 is the pinnacle of performance engineering excellence. The car feels harmonious and exceptional to drive. I cannot recommend it enough.Show More
This app used to work very well. Now I'm constantly
This app used to work very well. Now I'm constantly getting ads playing over top of the music and then once the ad is done playing it skips ahead to the new song. And unfortunately about the only ad I hear from iHeartRadio is the ridiculous Wells Fargo ad. I hope they get this fixed.
I ordered a coffee mug from their store for my mothers Christmas and was never sent a confirmation email and she never received the gift. I tried contacting them but it would not let me submit a request. I'm very upset with the company. I won't be returning.