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How the Pixar’s Best Films changed my view of life

Posted by Ralph Hensley on Jan 29, 2015 in Blog Postings | 0 comments

If there’s a gold standard award for cartoon firm, the solution will be apparent to a lot of folks. Pixar has never failed to come up with animation blockbuster film each year, since the first Toy story was released back in 1995. This is a remarkable feat. A movie production company has to release more than one hit every year if it’s going to remain lucrative. Nevertheless, Pixar are simply a cut over the remaining part of the movie generation world. They do not need to release more than one movie a year. Pixar can manage to do this since they’re very proficient at what they do and none of their animated movies has ever did not get a slot in the box office successes. Let us go through some of characters or the films by Pixar that have become some of my most favorite.

Toy Story required the world by storm when it was released in 1995. The film was so successful that Pixar was instantly propelled by it to popularity. Woody, the key character in the movie, is no stranger to children today. The story behind Toy Story is a classic that resonates through time and appeals to just about anyone. Virtually all of us are guilty of mistreating our toys in one way or another. The film serves to remind us that we handle them nicely and must value our toys. The second installment of the movie appeals more to me than any other of the two.

The next pick is for the foodies and let’s face it, we all share a love and passion for food. With that said, Ratatouille is a film that any food lover or critic must see. Personally I’ve watched this movie more than ten times and each time I do so is consistently thrilled. The movie, like the majority of Pixar’s productions, isn’t centered on a human being, but a lovable rat. For anybody who has not viewed the film, the story of a rat becoming a gourmet chef does not seem quite appealing as rats are considered pests who eat all our food up. But as usual, Pixar does not fail to convince an audience with astounding animation and its exceptional storytelling manners. This is actually an achievement that simply Pixar has been able to create and not duplicated by another production house.

Subsequently in 2004, another movie that spelled a break out of their customary strategy of using creatures as their movies principal characters was released by Pixar. That unusual-style film was The Incredibles. There’s something different with the characters featured in this film although I love most of Marvel’s super heroes characters. The movie is really a masterpiece as it combines the most entertaining elements of Hollywood hits in one picture. Its story is full of experience that is huge, bringing to life the story of an unconventional fun-loving family through the state-of-the-art technology of the time. The animated film overturned the idea that superheroes have to be solitary supernaturally gifted people.

 

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After years of being an independent firm, Pixar is now owned by Disney. Amid a cloud of adverse outlooks, Disney acquired Pixar in that year on impact the move would have on the company’s future work. Ever since then, Pixar has released several blockbuster movies which have been on par with all the quality of movies released as an unaffiliated business. However, there is one thing that I wonder about. I have constantly pondered if this acquisition has led to the departure of imagination and the technological advancement in any way. I ponder if there can ever be another breakthrough just like when they did it with the Toy Story back in 1995. No matter the result I will continue to enjoy the cartoons Pixar makes and am optimistic that the cartoon icon will not disappoint.

My personal collection of 10 most memorable tweets in 2014

Posted by Ralph Hensley on Jan 28, 2015 in Blog Postings | 0 comments

  • A Selfie is all it takes for Ellen to Break the Twitter Record

  • 2014 World Cup Final Between Germany vs Brazil

  • Alibaba IPO trumps all previous records

  • Facebook is buying Whatsapp. Price Tag? $19 Billion

  • The Mysterious MH370

  • Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 shot down

  • Ebola Outbreak threatens the World

  • Autopsy confirms Robin Williams death is due to suicide

  • The world is shocked that Hello Kitty is actually a human girl

  • Kate Middleton’s second baby is due in April 2015

About myself

Posted by fcmrail on Oct 11, 2014 in Blog Postings | 0 comments

Many folks are obsessed with millions of exceptional things in life. Technology is something that I am passionate about. Let’s attempt to give some thought to it and pause for a minute. If there’s any field where change is the only continuous, it will be technology and such is the pace of innovation that if you speak to some folks, the mention of technology can be quite intimidating.

Try asking your father or grandfather to change a Word doc or use a filter to the photograph that you’ve simply taken using the cellphone camera. Don’t be surprised that such little tasks that we tend to take for granted can be seen as tremendously challenging. Some people refer to them as technology laggard. We may presume it’s a hilarious problem but flash yourself few decades down the road.

Wearable gadgets is the hot issue right now. It is a technology that’s still very much in its infancy stage. First, we have the Google glass. Even though I Have read reviews of it and tried to envision the possibility, I still can’t figure out how the Google glass can be embraced for mainstream use. And then there’s the watch that is smart. It’s true that we have seen several smart watches sold and being released in the marketplace but what I can tell you is the race is just at the beginning stage and the future certainly seems exciting.

Not long ago, Jeff Bezo unveiled the challenging plan of using drone to solve the last mile delivery bottleneck of the firm of Amazon. What follows shortly after is a skyrocketing excitement to use drone for civilian function. I remember there was a beer firm who catches the limelight during one of the superbowl show. If you wonder how that can be realized, it’s not complex. The company made a video showing how the drone was used to dispatch the beer delivery order of the company’s. Personally, I absolutely adore that thought.

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I am not and I am only a common people who has an obsession over technology stuffs and I love to write, though you may think I’m an informed geek but the truth is. I’m a self-proclaimed tech blogger and I expect from my blogging, I ‘ll not helping my readers, but keeping myself intact with the most recent state of the art technology. I always love working together with folks. If you believe there’s any way I can be helpful to your company, please drop me a line.