Batman The Dark Knight (2008) DivX NLT-Release


Batman has always been my favourite superhero ever since the first time I heard about him because he his human with no powers, also he is much more questionable than any other superhero. The story of the film is about Batman, Lieutenant James Gordon, and new district attorney Harvey Dent beginning to succeed in rounding up the criminals that plague Gotham City. They are unexpectedly challenged when a mysterious criminal mastermind known as the Joker appears in Gotham. Batman's struggle against the Joker becomes deeply personal, forcing him to "confront everything he believes" and to improve his technology (which introduces the recreation of the Batcycle, known as the Batpod and the Batsuit was redesigned) to stop the madman's campaign of destruction. During the course of the film, a love triangle develops between Bruce Wayne, Dent and Rachel Dawes.

There are now six Batman films and I must say that The Dark Knight is the best out of all of them. The title is good because that is what Batman actually is. It has been 3 years for the adventure to continue from Batman Begins but that entire wait was worth it. Gotham city is very Gothic looking and is very haunting and visionary. The whole movie is charged with pulse-pounding suspense, ingenious special effects and riveting performances from a first-rate cast especially from Heath Ledger who gave an Oscar nomination performance for best supporting-actor. It is a shame that he can't see his terrific work on-screen. The cinematography is excellent which is made so dark & sinister that really did suit the mood for the film. Usually sequels don't turn out to be better than the original but The Dark Knight is one of those rare sequels that surpasses the original like The Godfather 2. I also really liked the poster where the building is on fire in a Bat symbol & Batman is standing in front of it. Christopher Nolan is a brilliant director and his film Memento is one of my most favourite films. He hasn't made 10 movies yet and 3 of them are already on the IMDb top 250. Overall The Dark Knight is the kind of movie that will make the audience cheer in the end instead of throwing fruit & vegetables on the screen.

The much awaited iPhone unlook tool now available

The much awaited iPhone 2.0 Pwnage Tool is now available on the internet. If you are aware of the jailbreak process released on the internet early this year, then this tool could be very usefull.

This 20 MB zip file is released by the iPhone Dev Blog very recently. As per this "unofficial" official blog of the "iphone-dev team" this tool unlocks and jailbreaks older iPhones with 2.0 firmwares, it also jailbreaks iPhone 3G and iPod Touch with 2.0 firmwares.

A list of Tech Top Paid CEOs taking home 10-digit salaries

When it comes to Tech CEOs we know we are usually going to see something odd ... they are exorbitantly paid!!! Topping the list of highest paid CEOs is Lawrence Ellison of Oracle. Heres' the list in ranking sequence.

Name: Lawrence Ellison
Company: Oracle.
Annual compensation: $192.9 million

Name: Nabeel Gareeb
Company: MEMC Electronic Materials
Annual compensation: $79.6 million

Name: John Chambers
Company: Cisco Systems
Annual compensation: $54.8 million

Name: Mark Hurd
Company: Hewlett-Packard
Annual compensation: $27.6 million

Name: Jen-Hsun Huang
Company: NVIDIA
Annual compensation: $24.6 million

Name: Samuel Palmisano
Company: IBM
Annual compensation: $24.3 million

Name: Wendell Weeks
Company: Corning
Annual compensation: $22.6 million

Name: Joseph Tucci
Company: EMC
Annual compensation: $20 million

Name: William Sullivan
Company: Agilent Technologies
Annual compensation: $17.4 million

Name: Paul Otellini
Company: Intel
One-year compensation: $16.3 million

Name: Steven Jobs
Company: Apple
Annual compensation: $14.6 million

Name: Jonathan Schwartz
Company: Sun Microsystems
Annual compensation: $13.5 million

Intel releases its 6 core processor

Intel recently announced it’s 6 core Xeon high performance processors which is based on it’s 45 nm process technology and is code named 7400 based on the Dunnington core, which is the last of the Penryn series. Intel designed the new Xeon processor for medium ranged companies for mostly data centers and Virtual Machines.

Xeon provides increased scalability and memory resources as well as greater reliability for data centers. These initial chips will be designed for Servers and not Desktops.

Intel’s Xeon quad-core offerings have already eroded AMD’s server market share. Part of the problem has been AMD’s inability to deliver it’s Barcelona quad core processor on time due to technical snags.

Some of the vendors already announcing Xeon 7400 servers include Sun Microsystems, HP, Dell, IBM, and Unisys. But what has this got to do with the average customer? Well nothing really, except don't be surprised to see 6 core desktop variants maybe as soon as next year.

Pricing for this Xeon® 7000 sequence processors in quantities of 1,000 ranges from $856 to $2,729.



The key to keeping the sci-fi horror genre alive in the cinemas, as of late, is to make sure the material and techniques the filmmakers present is at least competent, at it's average creative, and at it's best something that we haven't seen before or haven't seen in such a style or form. George A. Romero did that back in prime 60s and 70s era of film-making, bringing forth one of the most memorable trilogies of all time for the genre. While many consider Romero to be on any given list one of the greatest horror directors (I included), it is important to know that he too had his sources for his little independent film in 1968, and after that was when he really got inventive, resulting in a masterpiece and a lackluster. Director Danny Boyle and author Alex Garland know that if they were to cook up a yarn all too similar to Romero it wouldn't be satisfying. So, they've done what is essential to the success of 28 Days Later- they take ideas that have been in practice for many years, turn them fresh, and as the audience we feel repelled, excited, terrified, nauseous (perhaps), and enthralled, but we won't leave feeling like we've seen complete hack work.

What does Boyle and his team set out to do to freshen up the zombie string? By making not in precise terms a "zombie" movie- you never hear "living-dead" uttered in this film, although you do hear "infected" and a new word for what these people have, "rage". Indeed, this is what the infected have in Britain, when a monkey virus gets let loose on the Island, and from the beginning of the infectious spread the film cuts to a man, Jim, lying in a hospital bed, who wanders abandoned streets and views torn fragments of society in front of him. That Boyle implements atmosphere as heavily as he does with the action/chase scenes gives an indication of his dedication to the detail. Jim soon finds a few other survivors, including Selena (Naomie Harris) and a father and his daughter (Brendan Gleeson and Megan Burns) who hear of salvation on a radio and decide to brave it out to find it. When they do, it's a military outpost that's without any true salvation, outside of the various military typos.

Like in Boyle and producer Andrew MacDonald's spellbinding (if that's the proper terminology) adaptation of Trainspotting, the craft is on par (or arguably topping) with the story and characters, and thus it has to captivate us all the more so to care about the plight of Jim and his companions. The photography by Anthony Dod Mantle is striking, not the least of which since it was done on digital photography (like in Blair Witch, the use of non-professional camera equipment adds the proper shading when needed), but also many of the shot compositions are different for such a film. The editing by Chris Gill goes quicker than expected in the attack scenes, going so fast between the infected throwing up blood, the screaming on-looker; the new infected transforming within seconds, and then the results that follow. Mark Tildesley's production design, as well as John Murphy's music, evokes haunting, evocative moods even in the more mundane scenes. And the acting, considering not many of the actors are well-known, is more than believable for such a script.

I'm not sure if 28 Days Later will be everyone's cup of tea. Some of the horror and science fiction fans out there will immediately hear of this film, see a preview or a TV ad, or even see it, and dismiss it as phooey rubble borrowed from the video-store. I can see their points of view, since I saw many similarities in Romero and some other films (the military scenes reminded me of Day of the Dead, though the chained up Zombie in this was done for more practical reasons, and the supermarket scene is a little unneeded considering the satirical reverence it had in Dawn of the Dead). But what they should understand is that Boyle isn't making a 100% original film, and no one could at this point of the genre's history. He has done, however, the most credible job he could in getting a different tone, a different setting in country, and of a different, enveloping view of the scene structures. Overall, 28 Days Later is constructed and executed like most sci-fi horror films you've ever seen, and like not many other sci-fi horror films you've ever seen combined, in a sense, for a modern audience: fascinating throughout.



Hidden game in MS excel

1.Open Ms Excel
2. In the First Cell of THe Worksheet press spacebar and then on the file menu clik on "Save As Web page"
3.Click On THe Selection Sheet Radio button and then click on "add interactively"...
4.Save the File the file ull see a Excel Sheet....
6.With the Help of Page Down on ur keyboard point to Row Number 2000
7.Then Point to Column "WC"
8.Go To the Column WC such That It is on the extreme left of ur screen
9.Click on 2000 Such that whole row is selected
10.While Pressing CTRL+ALT+SHIFT CLik on The "Microsoft office" Logo on the same sheet on the extreme left of your Sheet....
11.There u r with your game.....

Rock On!! 2008 1CD Pre-DVDRip ~Team BMB~


For the most part, "Rock On!!" is not exactly a rocking movie. Considering it's about a rock band, the film is fairly slow and at times even boring. There is some depressing feel about the film for the most part although the viewer may clearly feel the light in the end of the tunnel will certainly come at some point. What I really liked about this film, however, is the portrayal of relationships. I think it was very well done, and it was the film's best depicted aspect. It was actually the main aspect which pushed the otherwise unmovable narrative forward.

The film's concept is interesting, but not really new or unused. It's neither intriguing nor unpredictable. The performances are good in this order: Shahana Goswami is mind-blowing as Debbie. She is an excellent actress with a very natural and intense style and very forceful dialogue delivery. This clearly is the best performance of the film. Prachi Desai acts very well and she is vulnerable and convincing throughout the film. Farhan Akhtar makes a good debut, nothing outstanding though. He is a bit wooden in some scenes, but otherwise nice. And he sings very well. Arjun Rampal suffers from a very passive role, but his is probably the best performance among the male cast. Purab Kohli is effective but does not really get that much of a scope.

"Rock On!!" is a one-time watch for me. It has its moments, it has good acting, the music is excellent, but the story is not very well executed. I felt there was much more to show and much more to tell about the rock band. It is done quite realistically and does not go over the top, but it has its share of clich├ęs, unreasonable coincidences and ancient emotions, which neither move nor impress. Nevertheless, I liked the rather positive ending, which despite being predictable was quite efficient. The final verdict is above average according to me. I expected something else, but it's just me, watch it and make your own conclusions.