Monday, 18 February 2019

Zero Hour - official Trailer





#ZeroHour🕰️ : Richard Mofe Damijo is playing the role of a pretentious character in the Robert Peters’ directed romantic thriller, ⏱️‘Zero Hour.’
The movie also featured Rahama Sadau, Ene Oloja, Halima Yusuf, and Ayo Ayoola Ayolola
The romantic thriller has Galaxy Holdings & Construction Services as the executive producer and is expected to be in cinemas on 📣March 22nd .
Shot in Abuja, Nigeria’s federal capital and Accra, Ghana’s federal capital, the movie is highly anticipated as one of the movies with collaborations from movie stars across different regions in Nigeria.

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Friday, 15 February 2019

ZERO HOUR THE MOVIE

 

#ZeroHour : Richard Mofe Damijo is playing the role of a pretentious character in the Robert Peters’ directed romantic thriller, ‘Zero Hour.’
The movie also featured Rahama Sadau, Ene Oloja, Halima Yusuf, and Ayo Ayoola Ayolola
The romantic thriller has Galaxy Holdings & Construction Services as the executive producer and is expected to be in cinemas on March 22nd .
Shot in Abuja, Nigeria’s federal capital and Accra, Ghana’s federal capital, the movie is highly anticipated as one of the movies with collaborations from movie stars across different regions in Nigeria.       

Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Indian Superman of 1962 War- He alone stopped Entire Chinese army and saved Arunachal Pradesh



Real heroes should be treated close to gods as they protect the people like a shield, without caring about their own life. When we talk about real-life heroes who sacrifice their lives, brave sergeants from Indian Army come to our mind. Quite often, their impeccable strategies and pyrotechnics pull off the heist for the nation.

They sweat it out, round the clock, on border from the baptism of fire and they cope with severe difficulties and obstacles in a bid to maintain the status quo loud and proud. Day by day, the respect towards the Indian Army is increasing and it is prudent to say that they are the ‘visible gods’.

The story of Jaswant Singh Rawat:

Sunday, 6 January 2019

At least three dead after shooting at California bowling alley



The Torrance Police Department urged people to stay away after shots were fired. The shooting, according to local media, Three people were killed, with another four injured.
A fight escalated into a shooting that killed three people and injured four others last night at the Gable House Bowl, a bowling alley and arcade in Torrance, Calif.
Family members have identified the victims.

Friday, 21 December 2018

Bumblebee’ Review: If John Hughes Made a ‘Transformers’ Movie

Bumblebee, 2018

Ok, we’re not sure, exactly, how to say this. It’s, um … well … right, fine [deep breath]. We’ll just say it.

So Bumblebee is a spin-off of the Transformers series, those Michael Bay movies of sound and fury and volume and lukewarm metal-on-metal action that are based on a line of toys, because cinema. You probably remember him somewhere within the haze of your post–Transformers-movies-screening memories, as very few human beings can recall much from those trainwreck blockbusters about good ‘bots and bad ‘bots, cars and jets, the fate of the world (we think?), etc. He’s the one who’s yellow and black, hence the name. Good friend of Optimus Prime. Hates Decepticons. Turns into a bitchin’ Camaro.

And the movie … it’s good. Not just “not bad.” It’s actually good.

Imagine if John Hughes made a Transformers movie. Or: Think E.T., but with auto parts. Or, possibly: The Iron Giant, stuck in a world where only ’80s action movies and vintage teen-angst movies exist. Or — and here’s where things admittedly get weird — an extension of a franchise not known for anything besides “big robots make boom,” only one with personality, wit, tenderness, imagination, emotional grounding, performances that don’t get drowned out by din and a soundtrack that favors The Smiths over Imagine Dragons.

We know, it’s a lot to process. Feel free to take a minute.

Wednesday, 19 December 2018

‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Review: Too Many Spoonfuls of Sugar

Emily Blunt is Mary Poppins in Dinsey̢۪s original musica MARY. POPPINS RETURNS, a sequel to the 1964 MARY POPPINS which takes audiences on an entirely new adventure with the practically perfect nanny and the Banks family.

It’s no surprise that Mary Poppins Returns, an industrial-strength sugarplum, doesn’t 
live up to the 1964 original; how do you replace the immortal Julie Andrews as the London nanny who drops from the clouds to dispense tough love. Luckily, we have Emily Blunt, an actress who makes her own kind of magic in playing the impatient, imperious fixer once described as looking “like Joan Crawford trying to be nice.”

This sequel, efficiently directed by Rob Marshall, is set 25 years after the first film. But it follows the same beats, including a new score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman that sounds like warmed-over Sherman brothers. There are echoes everywhere of what came before — including a lamplighter named Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda), who’ll remind of you of Dick Van Dyke’s chimney sweep Bert, right down to the unapologetically fake Cockney accent. What’s the radical creator of Hamilton doing in this family-friendly escapism? The answer: having a ball. In his big-screen debut, Miranda has charm to spare and throws in a little rap during a number called “A Cover Is Not the Book.”
Set during the “Great Slump” on the 1930s, the film calls Ms.

D.C. Superhero’s Solo Movie Is a Waterlogged Mess

JASON MOMOA as Aquaman in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “AQUAMAN.”

He’s the laughing stock of the DC Comics Extended Universe — and Aquaman’s solo movie almost gets by on razzle dazzle, since that’s all it has up its waterlogged sleeve. Not that this underwater superhero knows much from sleeves: A shirtless but never humorless Jason Momoa plays Arthur Curry, a.k.a. Aquaman, as if he were born to wield a trident. Yes, he looks nothing like the platinum blondie of the comic books. His half brother, King Orm (Patrick Wilson, in for the fun of it), is the one taking on that visage, complete with a dash of Draco Malfoy villainy. “I am the Ocean Master,” says Orm, seriously and hilariously. Ok, then.

But, wait, no jumping ahead. Aquaman is directed by James Wan, the horrormeister behind Saw and The Conjuring who’s showing off his lighter side. He gives the 143-minute film a propulsive drive, which comes in handy when the light dawns that the plot is going nowhere. The movie is an origin story from co-writers David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick and Will Beall, that starts out with a man having sex with a fish. That’s right. A human lighthouse keeper, Thomas (Temuera Morrison), working out of Amnesty Bay, Massachusetts, falls hard for Atlanna, the queen of the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, when she washes up on shore. Nicole Kidman, of all overqualified actresses, plays her. And before long the interspecies couple is raising a son, Arthur, until Mom has to go back to sea on family business. As for the kid, he’s left to wonder whether he belongs to the surf or the turf.

Amphibian that buries head in sand named after Donald Trump

Composite image showing the Dermophis donaldtrumpi with photoshopped hair, and US President Donald Trump

US presidents tend to receive their fair share of honours, but Donald Trump may want to ignore his latest one.

A newly discovered amphibian that buries its head in the sand has been named after him, apparently in response to his comments about climate change.

The Dermophis donaldtrumpi, which was discovered in Panama, was named by the head of a company that had bid $25,000 (£19,800) at auction for the privilege.

The company said it wanted to raise awareness about climate change.

"[Dermophis donaldtrumpi] is particularly susceptible to the impacts of climate change and is therefore in danger of becoming extinct as a direct result of its namesake's climate policies," said EnviroBuild co-founder Aidan Bell in a statement.

The small, blind, creature is a type of caecilian that primarily lives underground, and Mr Bell drew an unflattering comparison between its behaviour and Mr Trump's.

Monday, 17 December 2018

Nicki Minaj: 'Let's have a little empathy for Pete Davidson after suicide post'

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 20: Nicki Minaj attends the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 775210277 ORIG FILE ID: 1020303548

Nicki Minaj has urged her fans to show more empathy for those suffering mental illnesses after comedian Pete Davidson worried followers with a worrying Instagram post.
Ariana Grande's ex-fiance has often spoken publicly about mental illness, and he offered his support to Kanye West on social media after the rapper discussed his bipolar disorder in a series of posts.
"No one would ever choose to end up in a mental hospital and diagnosed with a mental disorder but god chose me to publicly go through this journey and it is beautiful," the Life of Pablo hitmaker tweeted.
Pete praised the father-of-three for speaking candidly about his mental health struggles, but later shared a disturbing message on Instagram: "I really don't want to be on this earth anymore," he wrote. "I'm doing my best to stay here for you but i actually don't know how much longer i can last."

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Victoria Beckham, Kendall Jenner, Cindy Crawford, Kaia Gerber and other celebrities at the British Fashion Awards

Victoria Beckham, Kendall Jenner, Cindy Crawford, Kaia Gerber and other celebrities at the British Fashion Awards (photos)  Victoria Beckham, Kendall Jenner, Cindy Crawford, Kaia Gerber and other celebrities at the British Fashion Awards (photos)

The British Fashion Awards held on Monday night at the Royal Albert Hall.

It was a star-studded event with celebrities like Meghan Markle, Victoria Beckham, Kendall Jenner, Kaia Gerber and more present.

Also present was David Beckham and his son Brooklyn Beckham, Cindy Crawford, her husband Randy Gerber, and their son Presley Gerber were all present to Support Kaia Gerber.

See more photos below.