We see a lot of designer boutiques here at The Shophound, and they always have something in common. They are designed to be tasteful and neutral backgrounds for the rarefied they display. They may use luxurious and even innovative materials and have specially designed details that elegantly express their brand but, generally without the clothes, they are a blank..
But it was also a year of non stop action (you had two hours of literal non stop action with Mad Max: Fury Road), films snatching records left and right, including Straight Outta Compton becoming theall time highest grossing music biopic, and the return of Bond, James Bond.And that teeny tiny non starter Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I LOVED IT!”Star Wars: The Force Awakens managed to bring the franchise into a new century and welcome a new generation of fans to go alongsideit.”Adam Driver and John Boyega were outstanding but special mention has to go to JJ Abrams script with it’s winking references for fans of the originals, nods to current socio political issues ‘I don’t need to hold your hand to run!’ and chock full of humour, shocks, drama, and emotion.”An action masterpiece that also has a lot of depth.”Mad Max is arguably the best action movie of the year, and what’s even better is that the ladies are doing the majority of the butt kicking.”It’s so much more than just an overblown action movie with in your face, immersive action sequences and a brilliant heroine in Furiosa.”Quite possibly the feminist film of the year, Mad Max: Fury Road was an edge of your seat thriller that went from zero to sixty in the first five minutes and didn’t stop for the next two hours. Nothing else in cinema topped that experience this year.’What was your favourite film of 2015? Let us know in the commentsMORE: Suffragette is good for white feminism, bad for intersectionalityMORE: Could Mad Max: Fury Road be in line for Best Picture at the Oscars?Share this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via googleShare this article via whatsappShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via smsShare this article via flipboardCopy link.
With gaming and digital media becoming a type of addiction, it is time to overcome this quandary. If things continue like this, a day will come when kids will be addicted to gaming, like drugs. Mainly, there are limitations to setting rule and the implementation and execution of these rules will completely depend on the parental control..