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Maths is not fun. Maths is not fun. Maths is not fun…… This is what I keep telling myself while watching mathemusician Victoria Hart’s videos but I know that I am lying to myself. Maths is fun in the world of Victoria Hart. She is a genius with a degree in Music and .. just knows a lot of maths. Her videos contain lots of doodles, squiggles, stick figures, songs and other great stuff. Continue reading
Before we go on, most of this list comprises of scenes that were just epic in magnitude. I don’t know if that made sense or not. Critics have given negative reviews to some of these movies and I would like to make it clear that I believe the scene in question was great, its not necessary that the film was too. Also, I’m the most hypocritical movie ‘enthusiast’ ever. The number of great movies I have not watched is embarrassing. So, forgive me if this list makes you go “WHAAA–?! HOW COULD YOU NOT ADD THAT ONE!?” And lastly, the scenes chosen are from the last ten years or so with one exception. My words to picture ratio is also way off. So without further ado, here are my selections (not in any order whatsoever):
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I don’t like romantic movies. I avoid the genre entirely. They’re boring and have essentially the same storyline. But with my recent viewing of Midnight in Paris it seems I now have some tolerance for the genre. In short, I enjoyed the film immensely.
Wikipedia offers this for the term Tsunami: A tsunami is a series of water waves caused by the displacement of a large volume of a body of water. And this is what a tsunami is thought of around the whole world. However in Pakistan it means something different entirely. A tsunami is what will save Pakistan.
I’m genuinely excited about this movie. Both are absolutely fantastic actors and the plot seems downright amazing. IMDb offers this:
A killer who works for the mob of the future recognizes one of his targets as his future self.
So we know its going to be about Time Travel and some possibly Die Hard worthy action. Excitement level increasing!