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I have once an exciting life tinkering airplanes and helicopters as an aircraft mechanic before actually being given the opportunity to fly after waiting my turn from the backseat. I suppose life is all about patience of waiting our turn unto the front seat and the least machine to fall into is the one without controls and one couldn't smile or opt to get out. Most of us are unhappy to get into it but we all must end there and the writing deserves a period. more...

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Fire Birds was one of the ambitious films of 1990s with a winning storyline and a credible cast of actors aside from the employment of combat helicopters as a convincing attention getting for prospected film goers. How it failed in the theaters and why it was negatively received in the box office is an interesting point for discussion being undertaken in this film review.
Published by deepblue 47 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +4 votes | 2 comments
Snitch is one of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's films released in 2013. An action packed film which elaborates the complex drug trafficking underworld and the average life of the citizens who usually fall as helpless victims in between. It also explores a father's unwavering love for his son who is being implicated for somebody's wrongdoing, a situation prevalent in our present day world.
Published by deepblue 48 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +7 votes | 1 comments
Stand By Me was a 1986 film directed by Rob Reiner based on a Stephen King 1982 novella "The Body" and stars River Phoenix, Wil Wheaton, Jerry O'Connell, Corey Feldman, Kiefer Sutherland, Richard Dreyfuss and John Cusack. A gripping film about childhood adventures and dangers, it explores the gift of companionship gained from friendship among four boys and how one misadventure in their childhood helped them to be better men in the end.
Published by deepblue 54 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +5 votes | 0 comments
Among novels serialized on TV, Stephen King's works find the most following as The Stand, It and Haven to name a few. The Dead Zone was based on the novel of the same title released in 1979 and started to be aired as a TV series at USA Network in 2002 until 2007. Having been released on DVD, Stephen King fans may just have another chance to get a feel of a once famous TV rerun that spanned 6 seasons only this time without the TV adverts.
Published by deepblue 54 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +4 votes | 0 comments
It is not a rare case that two or more nations would collaborate on each other to join their forces in developing a technology which will be of common benefit for their needs. Just like the case of the Concorde which brought the partnership of France and United Kingdom, a similar case led to the inception of the Panavia Tornado Multirole fighter. The alliance of nations which used to have their differences in time of war somehow resulted to a viable solution in time of peace.
Published by deepblue 55 months ago in Airplanes & Aircraft | +3 votes | 0 comments
A film about dreams, ups and downs, determination and courage to face the odds in order to prove one’s self is what Blue Crush is all about. This is one of those films about surfing which truly give everyone the idea of just how thrilling and dangerous this sport is.
Published by deepblue 55 months ago in TV & Movie Reviews | +3 votes | 0 comments
This article aims to present the early bulbous approach in designing airplanes which contributed to the development of present day airliners. Decades before, these bulbous designs started as conversions of an existing aircraft design and despite their awkward appearance, they were able to fill up the need for transporting outsized cargo. Little had been known about these early bulbous aircraft designs and their significance is being emphasized in this article.
Published by deepblue 64 months ago in Airplanes & Aircraft | +28 votes | 14 comments
This article aims to educate the reader about the de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver, the first all metal bush plane manufactured by de Havilland Canada which is a familiar aircraft that could be seen in small airports around the world. As it gained screen appearance in the 1998 adventure film Six Days Seven Nights, knowledge of this type of aircraft will also update the knowledge of film viewers of the significance of the presence of the type of aircraft on the film.
Published by deepblue 64 months ago in Airplanes & Aircraft | +19 votes | 7 comments
Fox Network casts Kiefer Sutherland on a new serial drama which was initially receiving positive reviews. "Touch" is definitely made to entertain and amaze as it draws casual events linking them to the main characters through a series of numbers scribbled by an autistic child. How Martin Bohm (Sutherland), the child's father finds a way to turn bad things into good and connect the trivial events at the start of each episode to culminate into a good ending becomes the catch to the story.
Published by deepblue 64 months ago in Furniture & Care | +16 votes | 8 comments
Ivan Reitman isn't actually readily known to occasional moviegoers who get to see films only when they learn from other people they were worth seeing. As a film director however he made many popular films and perhaps it will be easier to associate him to those popular films he directed or produced for a not-so-fanatical moviegoer to know him better.
Published by deepblue 66 months ago in Film Production | +25 votes | 18 comments
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