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29 May 2015

Prezentare Olivian Breda: “Ce am învățat din 10 audituri SEO pentru site-uri de publishing?” (2015.05.27, Lumea SEO PPC, Impact Hub Bucharest)

Miercuri, 27 mai 2015, a avut loc la Impact Hub Bucharest, ediția cu numărul 120 Lumea SEO PPC. Detalii întâlnire ».

Eu am susținut prezentarea “Ce am învățat din 10 audituri SEO pentru site-uri de publishing?”

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Mai jos, prezentarea mea, PowerPoint și video, și link către imagini eveniment.

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Review: “Mad Max: Fury Road” (2015) – go & watch it, you will (likely) not regret it!

A few days ago, I’ve seen Mad Max: Fury Road (2015).

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My conclusion?

The biggest complaint I have with the movie is not about action, actors, script, or anything else. It’s about having a soul. Just like most movies by Christopher Nolan, this movie, also, has no soul. The main hero has some internal fights with his past. They are ignored, or just mentioned (he says he needs redemption, but that’s it). There’s little to no romance between characters. The good guy wants to live, but, despite his actions (he fights a lot), he doesn’t let this be seen too much. When he sees some almost naked ladies with water on them, and then he shares a cab with them he has little to no reaction to them. Incredibly hot girls, long ride, nothing happens (being mad is no excuse). Even the lack of suspense (I talk about it in the current article) is an emotion which is lacking. There’s not lust for anything, for living, for pleasures, for ethics, for a goal, for nothing. “Look, I’m powerful, he seems to be saying, and I lived to see another day”. At the beginning of the movie, he eats a reptile. But he’s not fighting too much, he doesn’t care so much, he doesn’t have a lust for living. Not too sexy, in my opinion. The main character also has the big fault of not having any faults, he doesn’t seem vulnerable and human. Also, to decide that the good guy is good and the bad guy is bad, you need more than a mask, you need to see it through their actions. This doesn’t really happen. Other than that, just like in movies by Christopher Nolan, George Miller does a great job. Entertaining, nice script, good actors, good everything. One year passes, and all you remember is the action and graphics, but not too much the emotions you’ve had. Compare this with Quentin Tarantino, which gives you all the things above, and, still, manages to add lots of emotion to everything. And, also, he has suspense. As a conclusion, it’s still a good movie to watch, smart, good reviews and average grade on IMDb and so on.

Below, my feed-back (spoiler alert!, read my review after you see the movie).

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