Thursday, January 18, 2018

Movie Of The Week {The Commuter}.


On his way home after losing his job, insurance salesman (and ex-cop) Michael MacCauley (Neeson) unwisely accepts a bag of money to uncover the identity of someone on his regular commute. But as the train hurtles towards its final destination, Michael discovers there’s more at stake than he imagined.

Liam Neeson has a very particular set of skills, skills he has acquired over a very long career. Which other actor boasts a CV that includes a Star Wars, a Batman, three Narnias, Love Actually, a Lego Movie and an Oscar nomination, and packs enough box-office muscle to turn a turkey like Taken into a trilogy?

  • Between franchises, there have been peaks (The Grey, A Walk Among The Tombstones) and deep, deep troughs (Battleship, Taken 2 and 3), but if you liked Neeson in director Collet-Serra’s vertiginously high-concept thrillers Unknown (nobody recognises our Liam!), Non-Stop (there’s a killer on Liam’s plane!), and Run All Night (he's got a single night to save his son!), you’ll be pleased to hear that their fourth collaboration is their best yet. If you didn’t, you’ll know that’s damning with faint praise.

Neeson certainly has the chops to pull off a Hitchcockian thriller, so it’s a pity Collet-Serra doesn’t, because The Commuter gives them one hell of a plot – find the stranger on a train – coupled with an almost real-time race against the clock device Hitch would have straight up killed for. No, it doesn’t make a lick of sense – the logic bombs start exploding before the train leaves the station – but Neeson makes for an engaging everyman-in-peril, and is at his most relatable as the newly unemployed insurance salesman having a bad day take a turn for the worse.

Supporting cast-wise, it’s no Murder On The Orient Express, but it’s good to have Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson (who, after this and The A-Team, Liam really needs to stop trusting), Jonathan Banks, Sam Neill and Elizabeth McGovern along for the ride. En route, a succession of increasingly implausible plot twists ratchet up the tension, Neeson gets to throw some punches, Brian Mills-style (he’s ex-NYPD, remember), and by the time the train, and the film, go off the rails in spectacular fashion, you’ll probably be having too much fun to care.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Gracie Sitters Service {Your Best Stop For Baby Sitter Service}.

 Gracie's Sitters Services is a babysitting company that caters to the needs of parents, legal guardians or older siblings that needs a reliable and experienced person to watch over and protect their children in their absence. We also offer event planning services for children's events and vocational tutorials.

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•How Does Your Service Stand Out?

GSS Sitters genuinely care for the children, we are first aid certified and are very flexible as we know that no two child is the same. We choose sitters as close to the parent's location as possible in order for them to have closure knowing the sitters are quite close to them. Although we are sitters, we can also work like nannies for consecutive days at a time as agreed by the parents.
 Also for the kid's birthday plans, we usually make it themed (Frozen, Spiderman, Barbie etc) for more fun. You definitely won't regret hiring us - your neighborhood sitters, we are very affordable!

•What Do You Enjoy Most About Your Work?

Friday, December 15, 2017

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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Dolapo Adufe's Blog Face For This Week.

Full name: Nicole Chibuzor Egede
Age: 22
Place of birth: Lagos state
School/course/level: Mass Communication
Occupation: Cashier
Fav food: Fried Rice
Fav Color: Black
Hobbies: Listening to music, writing and Reading
First time to fall in love: 21
First time you had a kiss: 16

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Dolapo Adufe's Blog is Back And Better.



Don’t let someone else’s dishonesty ruin your character. Your reputation doesn’t just depend on you, but on the people you call your friends. Everything they do will always reflect in the way you are perceived. You can’t move in the company of people with defective ideals expecting to be branded differently. 
You are the company you keep and that company will ultimately determine how far you will go in life…….ever wondered why you have not made significant progress with your life, ever wondered why your life is not moving in the direction of your dreams. A lot of folks are where they are today because the failed to break away from certain kind people, there’s no point holding on to people who aren’t making your life better; there’s no point holding on to people who aren’t moving your life forward….Your circle has the power to make you or break you; you can’t move in the company of people doing nothing with their lives expecting to be different; you can’t move in the company of people sitting down on their dreams and expect to do differently. The people around you can influence your life more than you know….mindsets are contagious…. You will eventually become like the company you keep. Its time to subtract from your life, those people that don’t make you better… You are not “selfish” for deciding to cut some people off; There comes a point when you have to stop being UNFAIR to yourself, Sometimes subtraction is the only way for things to add up. 
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Monday, June 6, 2016

Movie To Watch Out For Harry Potter And The Cursed Child.

In a heartfelt video message, author J.K. Rowling asks that the fervent Harry Potter fandom stay mum on the plot of ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,’ the eighth installment in the Harry Potter saga — which opens for previews in London’s West End this week.

The production has been kept tightly under wraps, with the only public information being the casting and some wand designs used by the characters. But the storyline, which picks up just where the seventh novel leaves off, has been completely guarded.