Top 5 movies of 2010

Red:
From all the hype being created this year by the A team, the expendables, knight and day and the losers thanks to the heavy cast resembled in every each of those movies. Red is a movie about a group of high tech assassins named red (retired extremely dangerous) .Bruce Willis plays as usual the tough man with little talk and more action. Helen mire and john malkovich are funny in some of the scenes. Overall it’s an enjoyable popcorn movie.
Despicable me
Though this movie was intended for children. It will attract adults as well with its tongue n check humor. The plot is about two robbers trying to attempt a bigger impact by stealing moon. How ridiculous and funny is that for an idea. From the beginning it picks up the pace and never lets you bored. Steve carrel has done a good job by giving very funny voice to the character GRU. Overall it’s a fun movie.
Robin Hood:
If only it had its title changed to like ‘the making of robin hood’. It had been more successful. Lots of viewers mixed it with the usual Robin Hood stories everybody is been hearing from childhood. With a lot of fun and humor involving in it. This was in fact a more serious movie portraying on how actually robin long stride became Robin Hood the prince of thieves. Plus the cast was not cleverly picked. Russell Crowe and cite Blanchet were a little too old for playing robin and Marion. Other than that it was a pretty decent movie.
Black swan
This movie was hauntingly amazing. Darren afro sky will capture your attention with a dark ambience. The music for this movie was outstanding. Natalie Portman has given her career best showing a different side. Mile kumis was outstanding as well.
The town
Been Affleck has made a statement to the other directors out there that he means business here not deviating much from the Boston based gangster theme from his previous venture which was also equally a hit gone baby gone. the town is a Boston based heist story of bank robbers pulling out one last job .All the characters have done justice to their tale.

CELEBRITY ADDICTION

Do you realize that not that many years ago no one really cared about celebrities? Oh sure, everyone knew who the big movie stars were, and if someone like Frank Sinatra was out and about he’d be asked for an autograph or two, but he’d never be followed and hounded like celebrities are now. But why are celebrities something we seem to be more focused on now? What has changed so much in the past fifty years or so that makes us so much more enthralled to follow the on-goings of celebrities than ever before?

Our Celebrity Addiction
There have actually been a number of things that have changed, and when you put all of them together, it’s no wonder that we’ve become a celebrity-obsessed culture. To begin with there is the fact that we no longer have to work as hard as we used to. Technology has come along and has made life much easier. We don’t have to spend hours every day tending our garden or even doing household chores like washing clothes. What used to take a long time now takes only minutes, or is done automatically. Every person who does the laundry in their home knows how it feels to constantly have to be loading the wash, can you imagine what it was like when everything was done by hand? Now, however, we have much more free time on our hands, and many people fill that free time by watching shows or by reading magazines, all of which feature celebrities.
Technology has also helped our celebrity addiction in another way: the internet. The only way we used to be able to learn about celebrities was through magazines like The Enquirer, which only came out once a week. Now you simply have to turn on your computer and to direct your browser to the right website and you’ll have all of the latest gossip on the celebrity of your choice. There are even celebrity-specific websites whose webmasters do nothing more than to follow the news on that specific celebrity.

Times have definitely changed, and from the advent of washing machines and other household items that make living life easier, to digital cameras that allow the paparazzi to get pictures of a celebrity ready to print in just seconds, it’s no wonder that we’ve become the type of celebrity obsessed culture that we are now.

Google SEO Changes

Per Matt Cutts there will be new changes in Google’s algo coming soon. One of the features is to combat duplicate contents by de-valuing sites which are stealing contents and have no original contents themselves. Also known as scraper sites. As webmasters this is long overdue but how will it really work? In the past every time they try and change to improve algo, the original sites get nailed and the scraper sites move up. One theory is age of contents, which if done right such as how wayback machine works it could work. Big fear is they will base it on age of domain, and we all know anyone can go out a buy an expired domain and put contents on it. I guess the next couple weeks will be very interesting.