Mario Vargas Llosa
The Nobel Prize in Literature 2010 was awarded to Mario Vargas Llosa “for his cartography of structures of power and his trenchant images of the individual’s resistance, revolt, and defeat”.
The Social Network” was an incredibly engaging film that, while mainly revolving around the invention of Facebook (and all the problems that the creators encountered both before and after all was said and done), really focused in on ideas and feelings that can be (and are) universally felt through all people, the primary example being trying to fit in. Everyone wants to be accepted (I for one have never met a single human being that has wanted to be a loner), and some will do whatever it takes to get that sort of attention (which tends to lead into bad consequences). In a year where movies have received some of the lowest critical ratings (as well as box office earnings) in recent memory, “The Social Network” was, while haunting, truly refreshing and ultimately a triumph in all aspects, whether it be considering the acting, script, or directing. It was a fantastic movie that shouldn’t just be among the best of the year; it’s so much more important than that. It defines the entire social networking generation, and that is one hell of an accomplishment. Everyone can relate to it one way or another, and that makes it one of the must-see pictures of the year.
On a dark Christmas Eve in a small town, the lone Sheriffs on the night shift encounter a mysterious man who goes by the name of Mr. Nobody. As the night progresses, the Sheriffs discover that this isn’t just a nobody, but a vengeful killer whose past threatens to haunt them all.
După ce un seism subacvatic eliberează o mulţime de peşti piranha hămesiţi, un grup de turişti se trezeşte într-un pericol de moarte pe malul lacului Victoria. Eroina interpretată de Elizabeth Shue va trebui să lupte de una singură cu numeroşii monştri plini de dinţi ascuţiţi pentru a-şi salva familia şi pe oricine s-ar mai putea apropia de pitorescul obiectiv turistic.