SAF to retire!! “My greatest challenge is not what’s happening at the moment, my greatest challenge was knocking Liverpool right off their perch.” Ferguson on his biggest achievement “At the end of this game, the European Cup will be only six feet away from you and you’ll not even able to touch it if we lose. And for many of you that will be the closest you will ever get. Don’t you dare come back in here without giving your all.” “I can’t believe it. “It would have been Sir Matt Busby's 90th birthday today, but I think he was up there doing a lot of kicking.” “The most important piece of advice he gave me was not to read the press, it was great advice and I have not read it since.” “It can be difficult to pinpoint who would make it as a manager. “They say he’s an intelligent man, right? “He was certainly full of it, calling me Boss and Big Man when we had our post-match drink after the first leg. “That lad must have been born offside.” “It was a freakish incident. "It's City isn't it?
5 Film Franchises Based on One Character's Stupid Decision Remember that flashback scene in The Lord of the Rings when Elrond and Isildur are right at the center of Mount Doom, and all Elrond needs to do to save Middle-earth from centuries of war is elf-kick that dipshit and his ring-coveting ass into the boiling lava of oblivion? Had he just done what everyone in the audience was screaming at him to do, the movies would have just been 10 hours of hobbits getting drunk. Well, this kind of thing happens all the time -- one poor decision leads to an entire film series worth of conflict. For instance ... #5. Christopher Nolan's Batman series begins in a Bhutanese prison, where Liam Neeson's Ra's Al Ghul (who apparently has a key) recruits Bruce Wayne to be trained as a member of the League of Shadows. Sadly, like anything good, there's always a catch -- and after Bruce's training is complete and he knows all of the League of Shadows' secrets, he finds himself being asked to execute a man in a show of loyalty. But hey -- free training, right? #4.
5 Works of Art So Good They Ruined Their Whole Genre History is filled with influential artists -- people who were so talented, they inspired hordes of others to create. But sometimes an artist creates a work of art so masterful, it simultaneously defines a style while shutting the door on others who would follow. Sure, people still try, but rarely can they succeed without their attempts being compared, unfavorably, to the masterpieces. GettyThis week, I kept the intro short instead of bitching about people not reading it. Here's a picture of my psychiatrist, who helped me accept things beyond my control, and prescribed me illegal quantities of E. Thanks, Dr. #5. 2001: A Space Odyssey Creates Profound Cinematic Science Fiction Like No Other In 1968, a year before man even went to the moon (or didn't go to the moon, if you're wearing a tin foil hat right now), Stanley Kubrick delivered 2001. 2001 starts at the dawn of man and jumps to 2001, when man as a species is ready to evolve into Homo superior. GettyNo. #4. #3. Getty"Seriously, dude.
Movie List - Most Confusing Movies at WomansDay.com Do you love going to the movies for a few hours of mindless entertainment? If so, then steer clear of the following films! Just like the recent hit Inception, which left some moviegoers so confused they saw it a second time just to figure it all out, the movies below were designed to keep you guessing. From psychological roller coasters, like Memento, to confusing symbolism, like Mulholland Dr., one thing's for sure: The 10 movies below will definitely make you go "hmmm." Inception Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, Inception baffled viewers thanks to its "dreams within dreams within dreams" plotline. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind After a rough breakup, a couple, played by Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet, has each other erased from their memories. The Matrix Revolutions The final installment of the Wachowski Brothers’ sci-fi trilogy, The Matrix Revolutions aimed to tie up all the loose ends regarding its protagonist Neo (Keanu Reeves). Donnie Darko Vanilla Sky Mulholland Dr. Pi
Forums - View Single Post - Ankit's Creations[Cricket 13 with Lineup Editor & Graphics Selector] Next Gen Gameplay Patch v 6.0 Features:- i)AI pacing has been made from scratch. ii)Human batting is even more challenging. iii)Introduction Of BluffMarker. iv)All difficulty modes are active(Only ideal zone sizes differ). v)Edges and its occurrence are much more natural. vi)Few fields updated. vii)Stroke Variation has been redone. Note:BluffMarker is a technique by which the CPU sets the bowling marker at a point and then changes it at the last moment making it difficult for the Human to play strokes. Makes the game more challenging. Instructions i)The Cricket07.exe in the root folder SHOULD be of 0 kb. To install:- Download the Gameplay for the particular Roster you are using. Download
5 True Stories Cut from Movies for Being Too Unrealistic As we've repeatedly pointed out, in Hollywood the words "Based on a True Story" are usually just a code for "Vaguely Resembling a True Story, but Mostly Bullshit." Sometimes, the filmmakers feel like they have to lie and make up stuff to make the story more interesting -- but it turns out that other times, they actually have to cut stuff that really happened because it's all so awesome that no one would believe it. Here are some mind-blowing moments from real life that Hollywood decided were too fantastic, even for their movies. #5. Public Enemies -- John Dillinger Didn't Take Three People Hostage With a Wooden Gun ... He Took 17 The Scene: About halfway through Public Enemies, a biopic of Depression-era bank robber John Dillinger (played by Johnny Depp), Dillinger manages to break himself out of jail by whittling a chunk of wood into a shape resembling a pistol, painting it black with shoe polish and then taking three guards hostage as he raided their weapons stores. The Reality: #4. #3.
4 Legendary Pranks by Famous Comedians Office pranks have grown more popular and elaborate since Jim put Dwight's stapler in a Jell-O mold on The Office. Unfortunately, those perpetrated by people who aren't written by Mindy Kaling and Greg Daniels tend to have a hit-to-miss ratio on par with most "humorous" coffee mugs. But there are those rare occasions when people who are funny for a living unleash their comedic sensibilities on the unsuspecting outside world, and the rest of us can only look on in admiration, and think about trying to start a slow clap ... #4. During the first season of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone quickly became two of the most talked about names in Hollywood despite the fact that nobody knew what they looked like. While researching Orgazmo, Parker became friendly with porn star Tim Lake, who invited him to one of the strangest parties in Hollywood history. The point is, most people would have just been grateful for the invite. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how you make an entrance. #3.
The 30 Best Films of the Decade - Page 3 of 3 10. Big Fish Painting the 1980s in black and white, Tim Burton made his mark on this decade by discovering primary colors. Every corner of imagination is explored here in a film that has made me cry every single time even after 15 viewings. 9. Most quotable movie of the decade number two, and the movie that was the precursor to the Judd Apatow/Adam McKay takeover of great comedy that followed. 8. It’s a fortunate thing in this art form that audiences often get to see a genius at his best. 7. Despite art being completely subjective, you are wrong if you don’t like this film. 6. Back in 2000, back in the 1970s, Cameron Crowe took us all on a journey across the country in a bus. 5. He was a simple oil man. 4. You can’t argue with the facts. 3. There are two types of people in this world – and I don’t use that cliche lightly: those who have never curled up in a weeping, inconsolable ball on the floor and those who have seen Dear Zachary. 2. 1. Admit it.
Requests Off MattW's Overlays [Ten Sports Red Overlay Released! No Requests!] - PlanetCricket Forums Welcome Welcome to my download thread, I focus on making overlays that are as good as possible within the constraints of Cricket 07. PlanetCricket is the only place where I post downloads, if you see them elsewhere, they aren't mine. Tournament/League Overlays and Menus Host Broadcaster/National Team Overlays and Menus Superseded Overlays/MenusNo previews:Blank Overlay - A totally blank overlay that allows you to play the game without any on screen graphics - good for taking preview screenshots of downloads. BBL/IPL Fixture Fixture, menu edits and logos for playing the IPL and BBL with the team replacements in the Others section, per Biggy's Cricket 12 roster. + graphical edit for tournament logos. Logos For use with Biggy's Cricket 2012 roster and compatible replacements. Logos made for other tournaments not included in Biggy's roster are released in PNG format and are listed below: Bangladesh Premier League logos - New Zealand and South Africa Using my downloads Go for it.
6 Movie Mysteries the Characters Should've Solved Way Sooner Secrets drive the plots of some of the best movies. Memories are erased, alibis are fashioned, characters are killed or imprisoned and Jedi knights are kept working on farms for far too long, all to keep us guessing, interested and watching. That being said, sometimes a secret is only as good as the writers' ability to cover huge gaps in logic -- gaps that, when you think about it, are so huge that you can drive a bus through them, such as how the hell no one figured out Bruce Wayne was Batman in the Dark Knight trilogy. #6. The Dark Truth Behind Robert's Magic Trick in The Prestige Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman) is a magician hell-bent on winning a battle of wits against a rival magician to see who can better perform a specific trick, because this is 19th century England and women would have sex with you for such a thing. "No syphilis and magic tricks? "I'M ALIVE! Perhaps because the greatest sin against nature is hiding your sin against nature. #5. #4. It sucks, but it makes sense, right?
4 Fictional Works People Insist Are Real People love stories. Movies and books let us escape our own horrible lives for a few hours. Some people love stories a little too much, however, and eventually begin to forget (or even deny) that they are fictional. For example ... #4. 221B Baker Street When Sherlock Holmes isn't faking a British accent with Jude Law in between Iron Man sequels, he hangs out at 221B Baker Street. When the Abbey National Building Society bought the flats at Baker Street, they got so much of Sherlock's mail that they hired a full-time secretary to answer it (presumably Greg Kinnear from Dear God). #3. In 1974, director Tobe Hooper created a happy-go-lucky clan of cannibal murderers based on real-life maniac Ed Gein for his film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The Texas Prison Museum, not wanting to be left out of the "bizarre things that have a website" club, also has an article on its homepage debunking the myth that Leatherface was ever a prisoner there, or indeed was ever a person who existed. #2. #1.
The 50 Best Movies on Netflix Instant :: Movies We love the convenience of streaming movies on Netflix Instant, but we don’t always love the navigating through the countless films in the service’s ever-expanding catalog to find something to watch. So we’ve compiled our list of recommended titles for you—whether you love classics, comedies, documentaries or just good ol’ fashioned kung-fu. The genres vary greatly here—and range in age from brand new to 87-years-old—but all 50 of these films come with the Paste stamp of approval. The list is up to date as of February 2013, but we’ll continue to update the list from time to time as Netflix Instant changes its offerings. 50. 49. 48. 47. 46. 45. 44. 43. 42. 41. 40. 39. 38. 37. 36. 35. 34. 33. 32. 31. 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 DaysYear: 2007Director: Christian Mungui With eerily realistic performances and stunning direction, 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days combines an uncomfortably forthright discussion of abortion with long, virtuosic handheld camera takes.