Races – Tein Foot Works http://teinfootworks.com/ Fri, 16 Jul 2021 04:15:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.2 http://teinfootworks.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/default.png Races – Tein Foot Works http://teinfootworks.com/ 32 32 Sushant Singh Rajput’s latest film “Dil Bechara” to be released on Disney + Hotstar http://teinfootworks.com/sushant-singh-rajputs-latest-film-dil-bechara-to-be-released-on-disney-hotstar/ http://teinfootworks.com/sushant-singh-rajputs-latest-film-dil-bechara-to-be-released-on-disney-hotstar/#respond Thu, 25 Jun 2020 07:00:00 +0000 http://teinfootworks.com/sushant-singh-rajputs-latest-film-dil-bechara-to-be-released-on-disney-hotstar/ The film is the official remake of the 2014 Hollywood romantic drama “The Fault in our Stars”, based on the popular John Green novel of the same name. Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput’s latest film Dil Bechara releases on Disney + Hotstar on July 24. In an effort to honor the actor’s legacy, the streaming […]]]>

The film is the official remake of the 2014 Hollywood romantic drama “The Fault in our Stars”, based on the popular John Green novel of the same name.

Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput’s latest film Dil Bechara releases on Disney + Hotstar on July 24.

In an effort to honor the actor’s legacy, the streaming platform makes the film available even to non-subscribers.

Rajput was found dead at his home in Bandra on June 14 at the age of 34.

Presented as a moving love story, Dil Bechara marks the directorial debut of casting director and friend of Rajput, Mukesh Chhabra. The film is produced by Fox Star Studios. The mobie will see Rajput in a lead role alongside debutante Sanjana Sanghi and Saif Ali Khan in an interesting cameo

Dil Bechara is the official remake of the 2014 Hollywood romantic drama The fault of our stars, which was based on the popular novel of the same name by John Green. The Hindi adaptation of the film was produced by Shashank Khaitan and Suprotim Sengupta.

“We are honored to be able to play a small role in sustaining the legacy of a great actor like Sushant Singh Rajput. To celebrate his life and extraordinary work, ‘Dil Bechara’ will be released digitally in July on Disney + Hotstar ; and will be available to all subscribers and non-subscribers across India. Our prayers and best wishes to his family and loved ones, ”said Uday Shankar, Chairman of The Walt Disney Company APAC and Chairman of Star & Disney India.

The actor had a long-standing relationship with the STAR & Disney India Network, having started his career with the series. Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil in 2008 on his transition to Bollywood where he delivered some of his most memorable performances in MS Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016) and Chhichhore (2019), both produced by Fox Star Studios.

Chhabra said he never imagined he would release the film without Rajput: “Sushant was not only the hero of my first film as a director, but he was a dear friend who supported me. against all odds. We were close to ‘Kai Po Che!’ to ‘Dil Bechara’ He promised me he would be in my first movie.

“So many plans were made together, so many dreams were dreamed together, but I never once imagined that I would be left alone to release this movie. He always poured immense love on me while I was doing it. was doing and his love will guide us as we release it, ”the director said.

The music for the film was composed by AR Rahman and the lyrics are by Amitabh Bhattacharya.

Dil Bechara revolves around Kizie Basu (Sanghi) and Immanuel Rajkumar Junior or Manny (Rajput) and explores the funny, thrilling and tragic adventure of being alive and in love.

Together, Kizie and Manny embark on a deep, on-off-up-down-down-down-sad and sweet journey into the heart of this crazy little thing that is life. It teaches them what it means to feel really alive and fall in love.

]]>
http://teinfootworks.com/sushant-singh-rajputs-latest-film-dil-bechara-to-be-released-on-disney-hotstar/feed/ 0
Elon Musk releases electronic dance music track – but Twitter followers urge him to ‘stick to rockets’ http://teinfootworks.com/elon-musk-releases-electronic-dance-music-track-but-twitter-followers-urge-him-to-stick-to-rockets/ http://teinfootworks.com/elon-musk-releases-electronic-dance-music-track-but-twitter-followers-urge-him-to-stick-to-rockets/#respond Fri, 31 Jan 2020 08:00:00 +0000 http://teinfootworks.com/elon-musk-releases-electronic-dance-music-track-but-twitter-followers-urge-him-to-stick-to-rockets/ Elon Musk releases his first electronic dance music track “Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe” and changes his Twitter name to E “D” M – but is looked down upon by followers urging him to “stick with rockets” The track contains lyrics written and performed by Mr Musk ‘Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe’ can be listened to on […]]]>

Elon Musk releases his first electronic dance music track “Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe” and changes his Twitter name to E “D” M – but is looked down upon by followers urging him to “stick with rockets”

  • The track contains lyrics written and performed by Mr Musk
  • ‘Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe’ can be listened to on the SoundCloud audio sharing site
  • SpaceX CEO previously released rap track ‘RIP Harambe’ in March 2019
  • The lyrics for this song, however, were recorded by artist Yung Jake.










Elon Musk released his first track of electronic dance music “Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe” – but is looked down upon by Twitter followers who urged him to “stick with the rockets.”

The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla also changed his Twitter name to “E” D “M” in recognition of the song, which can be streamed on SoundCloud.

The track – which features vocals written by Mr. Musk himself – has already been played online more than 363,000 times.

Scroll down for video

Elon Musk, pictured, released his first piece of electronic dance music ‘Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe’ – but is looked down upon by Twitter followers who urged him to ‘stick with the rockets’

Mr. Musk, 48, released the track on the Internet under the flag “Emo G Records”.

“I just wrote a song called ‘Don’t doubt your vibe,’ the entrepreneur wrote on Twitter.

‘I wrote the lyrics and sang !!’ he added.

These lyrics – interpreted by Mr. Musk in a stylistically disjointed fashion – consist of three repeated lines and a rhyme between the words “true” and “you”.

“Be … because … it’s … true,” “Be … because … it’s … you,” Mr. Musk tweeted, repeating part of the song. .

“Maybe stick to the rockets,” Twitter user @BnOrdhaug replied.

The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, pictured, also changed his Twitter name to 'E "re" Thank you for the song, which can be listened to on SoundCloud

The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, pictured, also changed his Twitter name to “E” D “M” in recognition of the song, which can be streamed on SoundCloud

Mr. Musk, 48, posted the track on the internet under the flag

Mr. Musk, 48, released the track on the Internet under the flag “Emo G Records”. ‘I wrote the lyrics and sang !!’ he said

The track - which features vocals written by Mr. Musk himself - has already been played online more than 363,000 times.

The track – which features vocals written by Mr. Musk himself – has already been played online more than 363,000 times.

'I just wrote a song called "Don't doubt your vibe"', wrote the entrepreneur on Twitter

“I just wrote a song called ‘Don’t doubt yer vibe’,” the entrepreneur wrote on Twitter.

“Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe” is not Mr. Musk’s first musical offering.

In March 2019, the billionaire released ‘RIP Harambe’, a rap track honoring the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla killed in 2016 after a child climbed into his enclosure.

The lyrics for this song were recorded by LA artist Yung Jake.

DISCOGRAPHY BY ELON MUSK

RIP Harambe (2019)

Performed by Yung Jake.

Don’t doubt your vibration (2020)

Performed by Elon Musk.

In April 2019, the billionaire also released 'RIP Harambe', a rap track honoring the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla killed in 2016 after a child climbed into his enclosure.

In April 2019, the billionaire also released ‘RIP Harambe’, a rap track honoring the Cincinnati Zoo gorilla killed in 2016 after a child climbed into his enclosure.

]]>
http://teinfootworks.com/elon-musk-releases-electronic-dance-music-track-but-twitter-followers-urge-him-to-stick-to-rockets/feed/ 0
How can I improve the use of Google search? | Search engine http://teinfootworks.com/how-can-i-improve-the-use-of-google-search-search-engine/ http://teinfootworks.com/how-can-i-improve-the-use-of-google-search-search-engine/#respond Thu, 19 Dec 2019 08:00:00 +0000 http://teinfootworks.com/how-can-i-improve-the-use-of-google-search-search-engine/ Last week’s column mentioned research skills. I am sometimes on the third page of results before I get to what I was really looking for. I’m sure a few simple tips would find these results on page 1. Any tips are welcome. Michael Google has achieved its incredible popularity by disqualifying search. As a result, […]]]>

Last week’s column mentioned research skills. I am sometimes on the third page of results before I get to what I was really looking for. I’m sure a few simple tips would find these results on page 1. Any tips are welcome. Michael

Google has achieved its incredible popularity by disqualifying search. As a result, people who were not very good at research – which is almost everyone – could get good results without going into long and complex research. Part of the reason is that Google knew which pages were the most important, based on their Ranking algorithm, and it knew which pages were the most effective because users quickly bounced off websites that didn’t deliver what they wanted.

Google later added personalization based on factors like your location, previous searches, visits to other websites, and other things it knew about you. This has created a backlash from people with privacy concerns as your research into physical and mental health issues, legal and social issues, relationships, etc.

When we talk about avoiding “the scary line”, Former boss of Google Eric Schmidt said: “We don’t need you to type at all. We know where you are. We know where you were. We can more or less know what you are thinking.

Google isn’t there yet, but it wants to keep you from typing. Today, Google does this through a combination of Automatic entry search suggestions, Response boxes, and “People also ask“, which display the related questions as well as their”feature snippets”. As a result, Google is much less likely to achieve its stated goal of sending you to another website. According to Jumpshot’s research, approximately half of browser searches no longer result in a click, and about 6% go to properties owned by Google, such as YouTube and Maps.

You might be upset that Google grabs websites like Wikipedia for information and then keeps their traffic, but that’s the way the world goes. Entering queries in a browser is becoming redundant as more and more people use speech recognition on smartphones or ask the virtual assistant on their smart speakers. Voice queries require direct responses, not link pages.

So I can give you some research tips, but they might not be as useful as they were when I wrote about them in January 2004 – or maybe not for as long.

Advanced search for everyone

Google’s advanced search page is the tool to properly crawl the results. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

The easiest way to create advanced search queries in Google is to use the form on the Advanced search page, although I suspect very few people do. You can type different words, phrases or numbers that you want to include or exclude in the different boxes. When you run the search, it converts your entry into a single string using search shortcuts such as quotation marks (to search for an exact word or phrase) and minus signs (to exclude words).

You can also use the form to narrow your search to a specific language, region, website or domain, or file type, date of publication, etc. Of course, no one wants to fill out forms. However, using forms will teach you most of the commands mentioned below, and it’s a fallback if you forget any.

Fortunately, many commands work on other search engines as well, so the skills are transferable.

Use quotes

Quotation marks can be a powerful tool for specifying exact search terms.
Quotation marks can be a powerful tool for specifying exact search terms. Photograph: IKEA

If you are looking for something specific, quotes are invaluable. Putting quotes around single words tells the search engine that you want them to appear on every page it finds, rather than using close matches or synonyms. Of course, Google will ignore this, but at least the results page will tell you which word it ignored. You can click on that word to insist, but you will get less or maybe no results.

Enclosing an entire sentence has the same effect and is useful for finding quotes, names of people, book and movie titles, or particular phrases.

You can also use an asterisk as a wildcard to find matching phrases. For example, the Simpsons episode, Deep Space Homer, popularized the phrase, “For my part, I welcome our new insect lords.” The search for “I welcome our new * lords” finds other lords such as aliens, cephalopods, computers, robots and squirrels.

Nowadays, Google RankBrain is good enough at recognizing titles and common phrases without quotes, even if they include “stop words”Like a, at, that, the and this. You don’t need quotes to search for the Force, The Who, or The Smiths.

However, it also uses synonyms rather than strictly following your keywords. It may be faster to use minus signs to exclude words you don’t want than to add terms that are already implied. An example is jaguar-car.

Use site controls

Using the
Using the “site:” command can be a powerful tool in quickly finding a particular website. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

Google also has a site: command which allows you to limit your search to a particular website or, with a minus sign (-site :), exclude it. This command uses the site’s uniform resource locator or Url.

For example, if you wanted to find something on the Guardian website, you would type site: theguardian.com (no space after the colon) next to your search words.

You may not need to search the entire site. For example, site: theguardian.com/technology/askjack will search for Ask Jack messages that are online, although it does not search for all old texts (continued on p94).

There are several similar commands. For example, inurl: will search for or exclude words that appear in URLs. This is convenient because many sites now pack their URLs with keywords as part of their SEO (search engine optimization). You can also search intitle: to find words in titles.

Web pages can include incidental references to all kinds of things, including index cards for unrelated stories. All of these will show up properly in text searches. But if your search word is part of the URL or the title, it should be one of the main topics of the page.

You can also use the site: and inurl: commands to limit searches to include or exclude entire groups of websites. For example, site: co.uk or inurl: co.uk will search for matching UK websites, although many UK sites now have .com addresses. Likewise, site: ac.uk and inurl: ac.uk will find UK educational institution pages, while inurl: edu and site: edu will find US pages. Using inurl: ac.uk OR inurl: edu (the Boolean command must be in all caps) will find pages of both. Using site: gov.uk you will find UK government websites and inurl: https will search for secure websites. There are many options for inventive researchers.

Google search can also find different types of files, using either the file type: or the extension: (for the file extension). These include office documents (docx, pptx, xlxs, rtf, odt, odp, odx, etc.) and pdf files. The results strongly depend on the subject. For example, a search for picasso filetype: pdf is more productive than a search for stormzy.

Make it an appointment

By refining your search by date, you can find older pieces.
By refining your search by date, you can find older pieces. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

We often want up-to-date results, especially in technology where things that used to be true are no longer true. After performing a search, you can use Google’s time settings to filter the results or use new search terms. To do this, click on Tools, click on the down arrow next to “Anytime” and use the drop-down menu to choose a period between “Past hour” and “Past year”.

Last week I complained that Google’s “freshness algorithm” could generate a lot of blog spam, burying much more useful hits. Depending on the topic, you can use a custom time range to get less recent, but perhaps more useful results.

Custom time settings are even more useful for finding contemporary event coverage, which can be the public launch of a business, a athletic event, or something else. Human memories are good for rewriting history, but contemporary reports can provide a more accurate picture.

However, custom date ranges have disappeared from the mobile, the date: command no longer seems to work in search fields and the “sort by date” has disappeared except in news searches. Instead, this year, Google introduced before: and after: commands do the same job. For example, you can search for “Apple iPod” before: 2002-05-31 after: 2001-10-15 for a bit of nostalgia. Date formats are very forgiving, so someday we might all prefer it.

Do you have a question? Email it to Ask.Jack@theguardian.com

]]>
http://teinfootworks.com/how-can-i-improve-the-use-of-google-search-search-engine/feed/ 0
Here are 7 tips to become a dance music star according to the manager of Deadmau5 http://teinfootworks.com/here-are-7-tips-to-become-a-dance-music-star-according-to-the-manager-of-deadmau5/ http://teinfootworks.com/here-are-7-tips-to-become-a-dance-music-star-according-to-the-manager-of-deadmau5/#respond Thu, 15 Aug 2019 07:00:00 +0000 http://teinfootworks.com/here-are-7-tips-to-become-a-dance-music-star-according-to-the-manager-of-deadmau5/ We all know Deadmau5 and his success in dance music. Long-time manager, Dean Wilson, guided Joel to his festival schedules around the world. None of this would be the case if he hadn’t stayed true to Zimmerman’s personality and artistic vision. Here are 7 tips, according to Wilson, for all emerging artists and producers on […]]]>

We all know Deadmau5 and his success in dance music. Long-time manager, Dean Wilson, guided Joel to his festival schedules around the world. None of this would be the case if he hadn’t stayed true to Zimmerman’s personality and artistic vision.

Here are 7 tips, according to Wilson, for all emerging artists and producers on how to be a successful dance music star.

1. Make music that leaves an impression

No genie or magic wand is there to greet or applaud and make you an instant star. Your product should represent you and your brand. What you want to convey to your audience should leave a deep impression on them. They will want more, because you want it. In the music industry, everything revolves around music. If it doesn’t connect with you or them, it won’t be good music. Make any label want it.

2. Develop an authentic brand

After music comes marketing. Just like the mau5 or i_o (his future prodigy), what look and cut do you have that doesn’t look like the others? You can be inspired by many others before you, but do it your own personal flavor. Brand, personality, online and social media presence, and creative vision, these are all the ingredients for a successful brand. Otherwise, you’re just a character signing off a piece of paper at the end of the day.

3. Make a plan and execute it your way

Where do you see yourself in five years? It’s quite cliché, but also true. What other artists do you compare yourself to? What festivals do you want to play in? Production, labels, new music? How are you going to achieve all of this? Start asking yourself these questions and create answers. If you are having great success, keep planning for more. Don’t wait for its success, keep going.

4. Lawyer, think carefully about things

Chord signing is a big part of your music career. It can lift you up or bring you down. It determines your salary, your marketing, your promotions and pretty much everything in between. Finding a major publisher and a deal that allows for a good work-life balance can be difficult. So get yourself a good music lawyer and listen to him and your managers.

5. Be prepared, it will escalate quickly

As Avicii (rest in peace) and so many others, the artists give several concerts a year. They work on planes, converse on the Internet, exchange ideas, cross paths at random. This is how collaborations happen. You meet new people, learn their personalities, and start making new songs together. Deadmau5 got with Kaskade and Rob Swire outside his studio and watch him now. ‘I remember‘,’Ghosts and stuff‘, and’Monophobia‘ are again classic successes today. Music technology is so advanced that it would be easy.

6. Be patient

Yes, it is difficult to do. But good things happen to those who take time with their work. Believe in your product, even when no one else can. Be passionate, know you’re doing the right thing, and stick to your plan. Managers, keep getting your artist to make music, connect, and grow their fan base.

7. Play with your strengths

The strengths are yours and no one else’s; everyone is different. Joel is shy in public, but we can see him in his studio trying out different musical variations. This is cool and that’s what he’s comfortable and strong for. So, no need for a press release.

That’s it!

]]>
http://teinfootworks.com/here-are-7-tips-to-become-a-dance-music-star-according-to-the-manager-of-deadmau5/feed/ 0
How To Use Search Like A Pro: 10 Tips And Tricks For Google And Beyond Google http://teinfootworks.com/how-to-use-search-like-a-pro-10-tips-and-tricks-for-google-and-beyond-google/ http://teinfootworks.com/how-to-use-search-like-a-pro-10-tips-and-tricks-for-google-and-beyond-google/#respond Fri, 15 Jan 2016 08:00:00 +0000 http://teinfootworks.com/how-to-use-search-like-a-pro-10-tips-and-tricks-for-google-and-beyond-google/ Search engines are good enough to find what you are looking for these days, but sometimes they are still insufficient. For these occasions, there are a few little-known tips that come in handy. So here are some tips for better Google search (because it is the most popular search engine), but many will also work […]]]>

Search engines are good enough to find what you are looking for these days, but sometimes they are still insufficient. For these occasions, there are a few little-known tips that come in handy.

So here are some tips for better Google search (because it is the most popular search engine), but many will also work on other search engines.

1. Exact expression

Exact search Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

The easiest and most efficient way to search for something specific is to use quotes around a phrase or name to search for those exact words in that exact order.

For example, a search for Joe Bloggs will show results with both Joe and Bloggs, but not necessarily placed sequentially. Looking for “Joe Blogs” will only show those specifically named Joe Bloggs somewhere on the page.

Finding exact or explicit phrases is very useful for excluding more common but less relevant results.

2. Exclude terms

“Joe Bloggs” -jeans Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

If the exact phrase doesn’t give you what you need, you can specifically exclude certain words using the minus symbol.

A search for “Joe Bloggs “-jeans will find results for Joe Bloggs, but it will exclude those results for the jeans brand Joe Bloggs.

3. Either OR

OR search
OR search for things that could be one thing or another, but you don’t need both terms on the same page. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

Default text searches find results with all of the words in the query. By using the term OR, you can search for either term, not just all of the terms. OU searches can be useful for finding things for which you are unsure of the term that will be used in a known list.

4. Search for synonyms

Search for synonyms
Searching using synonyms covers all bases. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

Sometimes it helps to search for a less specific term. If you are not sure which term will be used, you can use the synonym search.

Looking for plumbing ~ university will bring results for plumbing colleges as well as universities, for example.

5. Search within a site

Google site search
Use Google to search for a particular site. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

The search engines for most websites are poor. You can search using Google instead using the site or domain limiter.

Search with site: theguardian.com followed by a search term, will only find results from theguardian.com. The combination with explicit search terms makes it even more powerful.

6. The power of the asterisk

Wildcard character search
Asterisks work as wildcards in search to replace a word or letters. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

Like the blank tile in Scrabble, the asterisk functions as a wildcard in searches. It can be used in place of a missing word or part of a word, which is useful for completing sentences, but also when trying to search for a less defined article.

A search for an architect * will search for an architect, but also architectural, architecture, architected, architecting and any other word starting with architect.

7. Search between two values

British Prime Minister 1920 .. 1950
British Prime Minister 1920 .. 1950 Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

Looking for something with a qualifier between two ranges is a good way to answer questions. For example, if you search for who were the British Prime Ministers between 1920 and 1950, a search using the British Prime Minister 1920 .. 1950 will show results with dates between 1920 and 1950.

It’s your search term followed by a colon and a space.

8. Search for a word in the body, title or URL of a page

title: research
title: research Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

Sometimes you just want to search for text in the URL, body, or title of a page. Use the qualifier inurl: will just search the url. The qualifier in the text : will seek in the body, while title: will only search in a page title.

For example, intitle: review will show all articles with “review” in the page title.

9. Look for related sites

Related research.
Related research. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

The associated qualifier is useful for finding similar sites. Looking for linked: theguardian.com for example, will display the websites of other news organizations that Google considers most similar to the Guardian.

10. Combine them

combined search terms
Combine terms and modifiers for powerful searches. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs / The Guardian

All of these search tools can be combined to refine or broaden searches. While some of them can only be used infrequently, some such as explicit phrase searches are useful in almost all cases.

As Google and other search engines improve their understanding of how people naturally type or say search queries, these powerful tools are likely to become less and less useful – at least that’s the case. goal the search engines are working towards – but it certainly isn’t at the moment.

]]>
http://teinfootworks.com/how-to-use-search-like-a-pro-10-tips-and-tricks-for-google-and-beyond-google/feed/ 0
Cars 2 (2011) – IMDb http://teinfootworks.com/cars-2-2011-imdb/ http://teinfootworks.com/cars-2-2011-imdb/#respond Mon, 09 Nov 2015 16:58:15 +0000 http://teinfootworks.com/cars-2-2011-imdb/ In the international versions of Cars 2, Jeff Gorvette is replaced at the World Grand Prix welcome party in Tokyo by a completely different character, voiced by a racer better known in the region than Jeff Gordon. However, they only replace him in the scene where Lightning meets him at the party in Tokyo as […]]]>

In the international versions of Cars 2, Jeff Gorvette is replaced at the World Grand Prix welcome party in Tokyo by a completely different character, voiced by a racer better known in the region than Jeff Gordon. However, they only replace him in the scene where Lightning meets him at the party in Tokyo as well as when that scene appears in Mater’s Nightmare. They don’t replace him in races or when runners are shocked to see Mater drinking from the fountain after eating a lot of wasabi. Most of these characters use the same body shape as Max Schnell. These include: Frosty voiced by Mark Winterbottom Australian release Fernando Alonso voiced by Fernando Alonso Spanish release Vitaly Petrov voiced by Vitaly Petrov Russian release Jan Nilsson voiced by Jan Nilsson Swedish release Long Ge Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese versions, but not Taiwan) Memo Rojas, Jr. voiced by Memo Rojas, Jr. Mexican version Sebastian Schnell voiced by Sebastian Vettel German version (also appears in other versions, but voiced by another voice actor, called Max Schnell, and does not appear on this scene) Carla Veloso voiced by Claudia Leitte Brazilian version (also appears in other versions, but voiced by another voice actor and does not appear on this stage) Raoul CaRoule a few French versions (also appears in other versions, but does not appear on this scene) In the Ukrainian version, Jeff Gorvett and Lewis Hamilton were renamed after their voice actors: Sheva (Jeff Gor vett) voiced by Andriy Shevchenko Mochanych (Lewis Hamilton) voiced by Oleksiy Mochanov Howe ver, they still look like Jeff and Lewis.

]]>
http://teinfootworks.com/cars-2-2011-imdb/feed/ 0
Ra.One – Superheld with Herz (2011) http://teinfootworks.com/ra-one-superheld-with-herz-2011/ http://teinfootworks.com/ra-one-superheld-with-herz-2011/#respond Sat, 24 Jan 2015 06:25:53 +0000 http://teinfootworks.com/ra-one-superheld-with-herz-2011/ Well this movie grossed very well at the box office, ticket prices almost doubled in many centers in the first week of its release, won’t it win loads, yes, with the crazy Star fans , he will surely recover. Let’s start with the criticism: this movie would be the crappy of all time and no […]]]>
Well this movie grossed very well at the box office, ticket prices almost doubled in many centers in the first week of its release, won’t it win loads, yes, with the crazy Star fans , he will surely recover.

Let’s start with the criticism: this movie would be the crappy of all time and no one could beat it, it’s kind of a record.

History: I would definitely suggest Abhinav Sinha to join this course, if we have one. Where does that bastard Shekar live in London and he’s a software engineer / game designer he can’t pronounce the word “Keys” and he pronounces like it’s “Kiss” and the intro scene is enough to tell you that the status of the entire film. This kind of torture continues to happen in the movie in the form of “nipple press”, Kareena articulating some “Shit”, “Condom Condom” and also has a nipple press. Best or worst is “iski lee, uski lee, sabki lee” well this movie made all the people who watched this shit and paid the tickets.

The movie would have been good if all of the above nonsense had been ruled out. The story is about a laid-back, good-humored father (Shekar – SRK) trying to impress his geeky son (Prateek aka Lucifer – Aarmaan). For this he creates an interactive game in which Villa n is unbeatable – Ra.One. But Ra.one with his artificial intelligence and the advanced technology available is able to exit the game, kill Lucifer, who almost defeated him in the game. To counter Ra.One, G.one is removed from the game in the game. real world. Then the film is about the good that wins over the bad with a lot of boom boom.

Note: The concept was good, but the implementation was similar to Indian Daily Soaps, the movie felt too long due to all the nonsense I mentioned above. 2/10 Actor: Aarmaan (Prateek) and to some extent Arjun Rampal were good. SRK, please watch your previous movies and learn for yourself what you did in this movie is not acting !! Kareena, you’re just an Eye-Candy, do you think you had anything to prove in this movie, other than saying *******, but money matters. Others were just hanging around. (Thank goodness Jackie Chan didn’t agree to be a part of this movie) Rating: 0/10 (1 is horrible and 0 is disgusting) Video Effects: Only this part of the movie made sense and only this part held the people glued to their seats, otherwise people would have left the theaters during the intermission.

Rating: 8/10 My sympathies go out to the publisher of the film, who allegedly watched lengths and lengths of crap and cut the film to such an extent. I’m definitely sure he would have wanted to cut a lot more and save us torture, but he didn’t succeed with the big boss – SRK blowing his neck.

My overall rating for this film is therefore 3/10. My recommendation, if you like to torture someone, take them to this movie. In case you want to dump your boyfriend or girlfriend take them to this movie, meanwhile yell “I hate you a lot” and get out. The pain of watching this movie would certainly make them forget the pain of the breakup.

]]>
http://teinfootworks.com/ra-one-superheld-with-herz-2011/feed/ 0
Is Kristen Stewart pregnant with Robert Pattinson’s baby? http://teinfootworks.com/is-kristen-stewart-pregnant-with-robert-pattinsons-baby/ http://teinfootworks.com/is-kristen-stewart-pregnant-with-robert-pattinsons-baby/#respond Wed, 08 Jul 2009 07:00:00 +0000 http://teinfootworks.com/is-kristen-stewart-pregnant-with-robert-pattinsons-baby/ No damn! They aren’t supposed to have sex until the last tome! DUH! Like, everyone in the world of “Twilight” knows that Bella and Edward don’t do the dirty until “Breaking Dawn!” But if an Australian celebrity tabloid is right – and we know how perfect those tabs usually are – not only did Kristen […]]]>
]]>
http://teinfootworks.com/is-kristen-stewart-pregnant-with-robert-pattinsons-baby/feed/ 0