You play as a research analyst on the Sample 17 project of Abstergo Entertainment, of course referencing Subject 17 (Desmond). spoilers You later get asked to hack into a couple of computers and you find that Abstergo had taken Desmond shortly after the event, so you learn more about Desmond, Abstergo, the history of the Animus and in the pirate story, there's the Sage who somehow has inherited knowledge of Those Who Came Before and seemingly gets reborn over and over again. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2flgv9/assassins_creed_to_take_place_in_15th_century/
"I think the only reason I've had the career life that I've had is that someone told me some secrets early on about living ... You can do the very best you can when you're very, very relaxed, no matter what it is or what your job is, the more relaxed you are the better you are ... That's sort of why I got into acting. I realized the more fun I had, the better I did it. And I thought, that's a job I could be proud of ... It's changed my life learning that ... http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2fm12s/bill_murray_shows_up_at_toronto_ghostbusters/
The cool retro poster for the upcoming film adaptation of JB Ballard's "High-Rise", starring Tom Hiddleston. Looks like a book cover itself!The cool retro poster for the upcoming film adaptation of JB Ballard's "High-Rise", starring Tom Hiddleston. Looks like a book cover itself!
(0 children) I love that passage. That and the conceptual part of: "Laing returned to the kitchen and listened to the water-pipes, part of a huge acoustic system operated by thousands of stops, this dying musical instrument they had once all played together." are the two parts of that book which always stuck with me the most. I think of any author I've read, Ballard's turns of phrase and sensory metaphors are the moments I remember and think of most often. I dunno what that says, other than I wanna gush about Ballard for a second. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2fk6pz/the_cool_retro_poster_for_the_upcoming_film/
ROYGBIV: Supercut shows Pixar's use of colorROYGBIV: Supercut shows Pixar's use of color
For example, In the red/orange scenes there is definitely the sense of danger or fear. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2fkn19/roygbiv_supercut_shows_pixars_use_of_color/
100 Years Of Yearly Cinema
1914: Gertie The Dinosaur (Cabiria, The Kid Auto Races At Venice) 1915: The Birth Of A Nation (Les Vampires, The Tramp) 1916: Intolerance (Judex, 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea) 1917: The Immigrant (The Poor Little Rich Girl, Easy Street) 1918: The Outlaw And His Wife (The Bell Boy, A Dog's Life) 1919: J'Accuse! (Broken Blossoms, The Doll) 1920: The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari (The Golem, The Mark Of Zorro) 1921: The Kid (The Phantom Carriage, Destiny (Der Mude Dod)) 1922: Nosferatu (Dr. Mabuse The Gambler, Nanook Of The North) 1923: Safety Last! (Our Hospitality, The Ten Commandments) 1924: Sherlock Jr. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2f9qqa/100_years_of_yearly_cinema/