Last night I saw the new “Wolverine” with my friend and I noticed it was a lot different than what I was expecting. The scenery was strange for a character like Logan, and it was a whole new outlook on the characters emotions. The movie itself was good, however certain parts left me puzzled and a little confused. Even though I kind of expected Wolverine to be weaker in this one, it was odd to see him so vulnerable, in more way than one. I can’t really explain it but it caught me a little off guard and some parts just made my “inner geek” come out and question why it made sense. Really you kinda got to see the movie yourselves to decipher what you like and dislike about it. Also make sure you aren’t one of the first to leave the theater, you’ll be very shocked.
As most of you know, Samsung’s Galaxy Note wasn’t the first smartphone to feature a massive display, but it was certainly the first to popularize the new “phablet” category. The second-generation model improved upon the first’s design in just about every way imaginable — except for build quality, as we noted in our Galaxy Note II review — and as such, we have high hopes for the third version, which is reportedly set to debut in early September.
Fans have been riled up for month however it has no been given so much screen time in commercials or online sites, despit its earlier versions being so popular. However, when it is finally revealed, I be anything that their will be massive buzz about it.
Now even though their has not been much said about the phone, we still know a little about it. The Galaxy Note III will, in fact, feature a 5.8 inch full HD 1080p display, a 13 megapixel camera, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 800 chipset. Their is also a rumor that Samsung is shifting the phone build quality to a more metallic build. This is just a rumor but some feel as though this may so the problems they get from a plastic build phone.
I’m definitely exited for this phone and cant wait to get it.
Yes!!! The Walking Dead Season 4 is coming. AMC announce this new trailor. Check Out the Trailer.
This past week I was on a five day religious journey, where me and my fellow companions shared are love and experiences, about God, with each other. And while there, one of my “leaders” shared a really powerful video with me about the battle between man and Death.