Saturday, January 28, 2012

The Grey-one for the money.

This is a fantastic movie about survival when there is little or no opportunity.
It's a simple movie. Neeson's bodyguards and a group of people such as drilling in Alaska finds himself and a few people who survived the plane crash and face the harsh cold desert in an attempt to return to civilization. In the desert they are faced with a bunch of bloodthirsty wolves.

Most of the fantastic, but definitely Neeson shines in the lead role. he is the type of hard-eyed man we saw of him recently, but like the rest of the cast, he's vulnerable.

This film speaks volumes about the male ego and what it means to truly become a man.
Reported that men Neeson protect some of the worst kind of men. But when faced with punishment, these people show their vulnerability.

They look tough and rugged. Even Neeson plays things cool and disconnected, but in this film we learn about each man. see things that they really care about, and even see them face their fears when they do not admit fear.

This movie is destroying the image of male virility in a slow way to provoke thought.

Roy Oswalt. right-handed starting pitcher

Roy Edward Oswalt (born August 29, 1977 in Weir, Mississippi) is an Olympic gold medalist and American Major League Baseball pitcher who is currently a free agent. currently in the eleventh major league season.
He spent a half year career at the Houston Astros organization.
Oswalt grew up in Weir, Mississippi, the son of Billy Oswalt, logger and a Vietnam veteran. He married his high school sweetheart, Nicole, and together they have two daughters. When they were teenagers, he and Nicole T-ball play against each other.
At Weir High School, Oswalt played defensive and wide receiver in football team, which won a state title senior year. He graduated in the class with 32 students.
After completing nine years (2001-2009), Oswalt is currently considered to be one of the elite pitchers in the National League. Oswalt has compiled a 137-70 record with a 3.23 ERA and 3.58 strikeout-to-walk ratio (1473 - to - 418) in 1803.1 pitched round.
He's 20-12 record in 2005 with a 2.94 ERA, repeat the 20-win performance in 2004.
He is the staff of the Houston Astros ace Roger Clemens and that includes Andy Pettitte. He is also three times All-Star. On August 29, 2006, Oswalt 29th birthday, he signed a five-year extension with the Houston Astros for $ 73 million with an option for year-to-6