I am a freelance designer determined to pursue my dream of becoming a self sustained professional in the design world. With a special focus on interactive web design, I have positioned myself to meet the challenges of your marketing needs. The possibilities and reach of the internet has enabled visual media to be the most versatile design medium in our day and age. It is the challenge to immerse oneself into anothers business, learn it inside and out, and develop a visual concept that captures the target audience. And above all, it is the ability to create inspired design that communicates to the world through the power of a click.
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Started collecting baseball cards at a young age and progressed to music, books, and DVDs.
God I love this genre of movies, I love it so much that I can even withstand watching one of my top 5 worst actors in Hollywood, Nic Cage. However, the beauty of this film is, it doesn't matter who plays the lead. Definitely a great followup to the original, and a great number of clues that will undoubtably lead to next installment.
Posted : 5 years, 11 months ago on 23 December 2007 12:07
(A review of Freedomland)
Freedomland? More like FreeDUMBland. How did the writers of this movie possibly think they could draw out and highlight the existence of racial separation still found throughout the US with such a weak plot revolving around the worst performance of Julianne Moore's career? I mean seriously, it was a poor attempt to bring awareness to the American public.
Posted : 5 years, 11 months ago on 22 December 2007 01:15
(A review of Casino Royale)
By no means did this film resurrect the Bond series. I am sorry but I have to disagree with every critic, Daniel Craig is no James Bond. Not only did he not look or carry the role to the standard of any of his predecessors (including George Lazenby), the underlying story was just plain boring. No where near the adventure or the ladies of past movies. The only positive was its redemption of the offbeat Peter Sellers original of the same title.
Posted : 5 years, 11 months ago on 22 December 2007 01:08
(A review of Casino Royale)
If I could have given this zero stars I would have. I actually had to turn it off half way through, I couldn't take the fact that Peter Sellers and Orson Welles would stoop so low to break such a magnificent franchise.
Posted : 6 years ago on 2 December 2007 12:34
(A review of The Prestige)
Pay close attention because Christopher Nolan rolls out another gem in Memento fashion. Beautiful twists in this one along with some much deserving recognition to my hero, the world's most brilliant man, Nikola Tesla.
This movie was a surprisingly good 80s detective movie, especially considering the brash, foulmouthed Andrew Dice Clay was the star. Got to admit though, he was pretty good, and I am surprised we got no sequels in the series...