It was the end of March when we shared the spy shots attached below of a partially camouflaged GT R working out at the Nürburgring gym and now the very same prototype has been spotted in the same location. The reason why Mercedes applied camouflage onto the test vehicle is to hide the lightly reworked front bumper with a revised central section and a pair of canards on each side. It’s a sign the “Beast of the Green Hell” will focus on aero to shave off tenths of a second around a circuit. … [Read more...] about Mercedes-AMG GT R Spied In Motion Testing Clubsport Package?
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Jennifer Lawrence and Michelle Pfeiffer are very strong. Their performances go hand in hand with the technical proficiency. This is where Mother! is most effective. Aronofsky is clearly enamored with his female lead and supporting actress. Lawrence sells the nature and nurture, while Pfeiffer is intimidation gusto. The rest of the film and ancillary characters needed to be treated with the same deference. Javier Bardem is one-note. Much like the climax of Pi and Black Swan, Aronofsky yanks down the black curtain like a zealous magician. The reveal worked well for those films, not so much in Mother!. This is the point where it becomes overblown. … [Read more...] about Mother! Review: Jennifer Lawrence Goes Full Rosemary’s Baby
It is a periodical film based on a novel written by Dr B L Venu. It is about Palegars of Chitradurga of eastern Karnataka. This film has created a lot of pre-release hype because it was supposed to be directed by lyricist and music director Hamsalekha but finally he had to walk out of this project since its budget was not as per his expectations. Later, Hari Santosh came forward to handle the megaphone for this period film. If the quality of Bicchugatti is any indication, it seems the director has struggled a lot to ensure all elements with the available resources. The paucity of resources reflects throughout the film. It is not known either the director failed to convince the producer to hike the film’s budget or he was in a terrible hurry to complete its shooting. It is about Muddanna Nayaka (Prabhakar), the vicious army commander of Chitradurga, who wants to further his vested interest at any cost. He exploits farmers by collecting excess tax and punishes those unable to pay … [Read more...] about Bicchugatthi movie review: Only for lovers of period films. Period
The relatively small $15 million contracts—awarded to Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, and General Atomics (the manufacturer of the Predator and Reaper armed drones)—will fund preliminary design reviews of proposals from the companies. The Navy will pick a winning design by the fall of next year. The goal is to start taking delivery of the winning UCLASS drone within three to six years; just how fast the winning drone is produced will depend on how "mature" the winning design is. … [Read more...] about Navy commissions new designs on armed, carrier-launched drones
Other actions included the RAF having to ground surveillance jets because of inadequate maintenance, slashing the number of tank upgrades, and taking the hospital ship RFA Argus out of service in four years time. … [Read more...] about MoD bosses blow £6million to put off paying £3billion spy plane bill — just to keep accounts in the black
Still, it’s part of Bair’s new toughness that she vows she will no longer be bossed by her subjects. While she had never plucked up the courage to press Beckett on her archival discoveries of his early gay relationships, she is determined not to give up so easily with De Beauvoir. It’s not just that there had been stories about her seducing female pupils before handing them over to Sartre, it’s that the feminist thinker now appeared to be in a settled relationship with a younger woman, Sylvie le Bon. Before Bair can put the question, “We are not lesbian!” screams De Beauvoir. “Sure, we kiss on the lips, we hug, we touch each other’s breasts, but we don’t do anything ... down there! So you can’t call us lesbians!” It is at this point, Bair tells us ruefully, that her newfound courage crumbles. In Simone de Beauvoir: A Biography, which appeared in 1990, four years after its subject’s death, she reverts to discreet … [Read more...] about Parisian Lives by Deidre Bair review – deliciously indiscreet about Beckett and De Beauvoir