The F9 is a new breed of smartphone, and it’s unlike anything we’ve seen from Google before. The phone comes with a built-in gamepad that can control football games on the fly, but it’s not the only game in town. The F9’s camera is capable of recording 4K video at 60 frames per second, and the device also includes a 1.5 GHz octa-core chipset.

Today marks the beginning of the F9 Project, which is a collection of the best games of all time, spanning all generations. The project is being kicked off by the series of three articles that will follow, each focusing on a different era of gaming.  The first installment will focus on the PS1 era, and is known as F9:  The PS1 Era.

The new F9 app is aimed at gamers that want to get the most out of their time playing, without feeling like they’ve wasted any of it. The Live Game Feed shows you real-time scores and updates all around the world, so you can be sure you are playing against the best players. With the F9 App, you can take screenshots easily, check out your current leaderboard standings and easily compare your scores to friends and the rest of the world.

FILM REVIEW – It’s been a long time since the Fast&Furious saga left street racing. Real blockbusters with exorbitant ambitions, starting with episode 4, the movies released since then are more like Marvel than underground auto-entertainment. It will not surprise you that F9 continues on the same footing.

The scenario of this last work does not really get off the ground. It’s just an excuse for Dom and his team to travel the world and show what they’ve got. The group, led by Vin Diesel, discovers a secret weapon split in two. By combining them, they obtain a secret signal that allows them to control all the computers in the world. And mind you, not just internet-connected devices, no, all 1 and 0-based devices, as Ramsey, the hacker played by Natalie Emmanuel, so aptly puts it.

As always, we get swept up in the plot if we turn our minds off for a moment, but at this point it’s mostly thanks to the antagonists. At first glance, no government is looking for the device. So the protagonist is the son of an Eastern European dictator named Otto (Thue Ørsted Rasmussen), who wants to steal the machine to rob his father and the world of all power. To that end, he hires Jacob Toretto (Dom’s brother), who has become evil after a tragic event. Combined with Charlize Theron’s highly sensual portrayal, the villain’s father problems form a kind of disturbing Oedipal triangle: …..

Dumb scenario

The scenario of this last work does not really get off the ground. It’s just an excuse for Dom and his team to travel the world and show what they’ve got. The group, led by Vin Diesel, discovers a secret weapon split in two. By combining them, they obtain a secret signal that allows them to control all the computers in the world. And mind you, not just internet-connected devices, no, all 1 and 0-based devices, as Ramsey, the hacker played by Natalie Emmanuel, so aptly puts it.

As always, we get swept up in the plot if we turn our minds off for a moment, but at this point it’s mostly thanks to the antagonists. At first glance, no government is looking for the device. So the protagonist is the son of an Eastern European dictator named Otto (Thue Ørsted Rasmussen), who wants to steal the machine to rob his father and the world of all power. To that end, he hires Jacob Toretto (Dom’s brother), who has become evil after a tragic event. The bad guy’s father issues, along with Charlize Theron’s highly sensual portrayal, form a kind of disturbing Oedipal triangle: …..

The usual good guys

But as interesting as they are, these antagonists don’t take up enough space, leaving room for Dominic Toretto and the usual good guys (RIP Paul Walker). And as always, Vin Diesel is Vin Diesel and his wife (Michelle Rodriguez) and sister (Jordana Brewster) add emotional nuance to the film’s tension. But a bad script hinders immersion…..

If the cars were only going 250 mph, that would be fine, but the pace of the story also blows you away. We barely have time to enjoy a scene before we’re already feverishly moving on to the next. Nothing stood out in the first 45 minutes of the movie!

In a production with so much action, sometimes you have to calm down and give the audience time to catch their breath. At 145 minutes, the film is just too long.

Not really a movie

Fast and Furious is more a series of breathtaking scenes than a movie. And in that respect the film succeeds. Dom and his team run through a minefield, chased by helicopters and heavy equipment, a rocket blows up an old Pontiac, and the bad guys manage to take out a hundred stores without hitting a single civilian.

But despite their pomposity, the action scenes are missing something. The almost divine happiness of the protagonists removes any weight from the extremely dangerous situations they regularly find themselves in. The thin thread of trust that still exists in this universe is completely lost in these passages…..

While the film is impressive, it lacks tension and a good script. In short, if the logical part of your brain needs a little break, then Forsage 9 is good for you, even though you may think it’s too long.

-Zardoz-

FILM REVIEW – The Fast and Furious saga has long left street racing behind. Real blockbusters with exorbitant ambitions since Episode 4, the films released since then have been more Marvel universe than underground motorized entertainment. It will not surprise you that F9 continues on the same footing.   The scenario of this last work does not really get off the ground. It’s just an excuse for Dom and his team to travel the world and show what they’ve got. The group, led by Vin Diesel, discovers a secret weapon split in two. By combining them, they obtain a secret signal that…

F9 – Fast, stupid and boring

F9 – Fast, stupid and boring

2021-07-01

Zardoz

While the film is impressive, it lacks tension and a good script. In short, if the logical part of your brain needs a little break, then Forsage 9 is good for you, even though you may think it’s too long.

Direction– 4.2
Switching – 4.4
History – 1.2
Visual/Musical – 7.1
Ambiance – 4.4

4.3

BAD

While the film is impressive, it lacks tension and a good script. In short, if the logical part of your brain needs a little break, then Forsage 9 is good for you, even though you may think it’s too long.

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