CNN: "Upon his release from prison in the new "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps," corporate raider Gordon Gekko reclaims his belongings: A gold watch and a mobile phone the size of a 2-liter bottle of soda.
In case it wasn't clear until then, Michael Douglas' character had been behind bars for quite a while.
The scene gets a chuckle in theaters, and serves as visual shorthand for the passage of time. It also reinforces how technology, when used the right way in movies and TV, can set a scene, drive a storyline and, of course, make us laugh."
Hate nighttime driving glare? Car manufacturers opting for the brightest LED headlights are to blame, butdaptive headlights will help.
All in all, I’m a fan of the Cleer Arc II.T They’re brilliant at what they’re advertised for: being the ideal running companion.
Shaz from TL writes: “Linus Sebastian’s media company, Linus Media Group, is under fire. From ethical concerns with videos, to allegations of workplace harassment.”