New movies 2021: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ is the dopey blockbuster we need right now

Also worth seeing: Heartfelt ‘Concrete Cowboy,’ gripping ‘Rose Plays Julie’

The blockbuster era returns with “Godzilla vs. Kong” this week, and that battle royal, which is already storming up the international box office charts, tops our new release list. Other standouts include an Idris Elba Netflix movie, a “Promising Young Woman”-like Irish psychological thriller and what could turn out to be one of the best films of 2021.

“Godzilla vs. Kong”: After the upheaval and turmoil we experienced in 2020, it’s somewhat comforting to watch Godzilla and King Kong sink battleships and stomp all over cities. And it is these CGI smackdown scenes when “Godzilla vs. Kong” roars. But then it gets back to the tortured monster myth-building and that’s when “Godzilla vs. Kong” simply gets way too full of itself with a batch of screenwriters trying to pull off a multi-tiered Marvel-like Universe, a scheme that even leads to a journey to the center of the Earth. By then the story has gone so overboard on numerous power struggles and side stories, it feels as strained as Millie Bobby Brown’s performance. But let’s not give the “Stranger Things” actress too a tough time; everyone in this fine cast — Alexander Skarsgard, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry and Julian Dennison (the comic-relief scene stealers) along with Demian Belcher and Kyle Chandler — is but an accessory to the grandiose action pieces, and oh, how do those deliver. Horror director Adam Wingard earns extra points for amping up the atmospherics and keeping us semi-interested even during the dull stretches, but this rematch, the fourth in Legendary Pictures’ MonsterVerse series, needed more fighting and less muddled mythmaking. Details: 2½ stars out of 4; opening March 31 in theaters and on HBO Max.

“Concrete Cowboy”: Director/co-writer Ricky Staub was dubbed by Variety as one of “10 Directors to Watch,” and he shows why here. His first feature is an entertaining, emotionally involving adaptation of Greg Neri’s novel “Ghetto Cowboys. Staub shows grace shifting between the gritty and the sentimental as he invites us into the fascinating world of Philadelphia’s Black urban cowboys, living and training horses on littered streets, much to the dismay of real estate developers. While “Cowboys” takes a traditional story arc, with 15-year-old Cole (Caleb McLaughlin) sent to live with his estranged dad (Idris Elba) by a mom fed up with his juvenile-detention behavior, it’s the unique setting, complicated characters and authentic-feeling situations that make it worthwhile. McLaughlin (“Stranger Things”) demonstrates real acting range and Elba commands the screen whenever he appears, but it’s the real-life North Philadelphia cowboy Jamil “Mil” Prattis, as Paris, a cowboy in a wheelchair who teaches Cole how to clean out stables and how to take command of his life, who gives the film its heart and soul. Details: 3 stars; available April 2 on Netflix.


“Rose Plays Julie”: This sophisticated psychological thriller about toxic masculinity strikes with just as much venom as Emerald Fennell’s Oscar-nominated “Promising Young Woman.” The acting is of the master-class variety, with Ann Skelly creating a haunting impression as the determined Rose, a morose veterinary student who takes inappropriate measures to meet her actress birth mother (a shattering Orla Brady) and then her birth dad (Aidan Gillen), a celebrity archaeologist and serial abuser. Directors/writers Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy avoid the obvious in this very dark Irish tale on the duplicitous roles we play in life to hide from who we are and what we’ve done. Details: 3½ stars; available to stream on various platforms.


“Tina”: She’s been immortalized in a biopic and a stage musical. So what more could there be to say about rock star Tina Turner, now 81, even after her tell-all book? Quite a bit as Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin’s engrossing documentary reveals. While much of the story is well-known, including the years of emotional and physical abuse she endured at the hands of husband/producer Ike Turner, some of it isn’t. “Tina” comes alive whenever it explores the toll that the public revelations have taken on this survivor of domestic abuse. From electrifying concert performances to intimate footage with her family, a composite of the real Tina Turner starts to form. Details: 3 stars; available now on HBO (check local listings).

“French Exit”: It’s baffling that Michelle Pfeiffer hasn’t won an Oscar. Rarely, if ever, has she given a bad or routine performance. From the trailers, it looked like “French Exit” might be the vehicle to deliver her to the Academy Awards podium. Guess again. Besides a cute black cat that’s integral to the elusive plot, Pfeiffer is the best asset in Azazel Jacobs’ kooky mess. “Exit” strives too hard to be breezy, witty and whimsical as a broke and widowed Manhattan socialite (Pfieffer) ventures to France with her son (Lucas Hedges). It all comes across as disingenuous and insincere, topped (or bottomed) with a laughable seance scene that is awkward and terrible. Pfeiffer is luminous, this film isn’t. Details: 1½ stars; in select theaters April 2.

“Kuessipan”: Director Myriam Verreault does everything so well here it’s hard to believe her tale of friendship and family on a Quebec Innu reservation is her first feature. “Kuessipan” is a beautiful portrait of two female friends, and their committed, brittle and fiery relationship. Mikuan (Sharon Ishpatao Fontaine) is the brainiac of the two and comes from a more stable home. Shannis (Yamie Grégoire) has a troubled home life and goes after the bad boys. Both suffer setbacks, tragedies and triumphs big and small, but Verreault’s empathic approach and the two stars’ powerful, multi-layered performances make this adaptation of Naomi Fontaine’s novel a revelation. It’s one of the best, most genuine films you’ll likely to see this year. Details: 4 stars; screening as part of the Virtual Cinema series at the Roxie Theatre, and the Smith Rafael Film Center,

“Shoplifters of the World”: Recollections of being an ‘80s teen inform director/writer Stephen Kijak’s harmless high school senior year lament, a predictable party film where rebellious kids suddenly become adults. Kijak frames this angst between four friends — some questioning their sexual identities — over the demise of the Smiths new wave band in 1987, an announcement that even leads a righteous youth (Ellar Coltrane)  to storm a Denver radio station and demand the DJ (Joe Manganiello, a standout) play Smiths songs all night. While there’s nothing much new here, “Shoplifters” does have heart and soul, and some killer Smiths songs. Details: 2 stars; available to stream here.

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Unity agreed to marry Karan on one leg!

Suddenly viral is an interview with Ekta Kapoor, where Ekta Kapoor has publicly stated that if Karan Johar proposes, she agrees to marry him! On the other hand, Sholoyana also wants to get married

This time Digital Desk: Yes, the title is correct Ekta Kapoor, the producer of the television series, was all set to marry Bollywood director and producer Karan Johar. It is heard that the will was strong in Karan’s mind And Karan and Ekta have said this many times in public.

The gossip is that an old interview of Ekta Kapoor has suddenly gone viral, where both Ekta and Karan have clearly spoken about marriage.

What exactly did he say?

“I don’t think I’ll ever get a partner,” Karan said in an interview Unity is my best friend We share everything So if Ekta agrees, I can marry her! ‘ Hearing this from Karan’s mouth, Ekta Kapoor was a little shocked at first He made it clear, “It’s really me and Karan’s best friend.” So maybe the love between us didn’t happen that way But if Karan proposes to me, I will say yes Because we’re a great couple. ”

However, these words are now history Karan is now a father of two with the help of surrogacy On the other hand, the child is also handling unity However, the friendship is now growing with the unity of Karan Karan-Ekta friendship has been around for a long time They both deal with their confidence as they choose to embark on their play activities However, since unity is basically a series of 6 That is why Ekta knows only Karan among the people associated with the world of cinema This friendship is from that childhood

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Become a classic outfit eye-catching, find out what clothes to keep in the wardrobe 2021 News

It is also important to maintain the quality and durability of the garments. But all the girls should have some classic and time consuming outfits


#Kolkata: As time goes on, more and more people are becoming aware of fashion and clothing. At the same time, emphasis is being laid on maintaining the quality and durability of the garments. But all the girls should have some classic and time consuming outfits. Which can be styled in multiple ways. If you want to invest less in buying new clothes every month and look fresh in every style, keep some classic clothes in your stock.

Everyone likes to wear black. If you want to stay in classic style, buy a short black dress today. You can buy a black dress with one color or small print. Select the sleeve according to your choice.

Black Jeans: Black jeans are very important clothing. You can understand the horror of not having black jeans when you can’t find anything to match any dress. Because it is the only color that fits all colors.


Solid color T-shirt: Solid color T-shirt should be chosen when you can’t find suitable clothes for decoration. You can style with a blazer on top of a one color T-shirt.

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2020 Market in BRAZIL Survey Report 2021, Forecast to 2022 Global Food Colours Market Report

With the slowdown in world economic growth, the Food Colours industry has also suffered a certain impact, but still maintained a relatively optimistic growth, the past four years, Food Colours market size to maintain the average annual growth rate of XXX from XXX million $ in 2015 to XXX million $ in 2020, BisReport analysts believe that in the next few years, Food Colours market size will be further expanded, we expect that by 2025, The market size of the Food Colours will reach XXX million $.



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2021 Update Healing happens on Planet Nooky –

Planet Nooky was established in 2020 under exquisite Mercy. The mission of Planet Nooky is to create a New space where we can heal in a fun, explorative way, so those of us who have experienced trauma can heal in a new and refreshing way.

Amercia Morris Has Done it again with the immense success of her first Self-Published novella Planet Nooky “an extraordinary story” critics have described Planet Nooky as “this concept is fresh and unexplored” she has decided to carry on the Nooky theme and Self Publish Blooms of Nooky. She has received Nothing less than Five star reviews from Readers. Blooms of Nooky is a Novel that is sure to keep your attention and wanting more. During interviews host have said “of all the Authors I have interviewed this is one of the most interesting ideas for a book” . Blooms of Nooky and Planet Nooky was Created to Foster an environment of healing from the effects of trauma. Amercia Morris is an author and content creator who was brought up in the city of Buffalo, New York and graduated From City Honors High School she also received a degree in Social Sciences from Erie Community College.

Amercia has always been an advocate for herself and those around her. Today she is the creator of the Planet Nooky platform that includes a blog, and show which all are a spinoff of her first fantasy novella Planet Nooky.

Amercia has always loved writing since being a shy Child she used writing as her way to express herself, In Highschool she discovered poetry which allowed her to find her voice, since then Amercia spent time perfecting her craft and achieve her goals of assisting others who can relate. Amercia has freelanced for various online magazines and blogs.

Amercia Morris is not the type of person who can be easily categorized in a few written notes. She can be best described as a multi-talented go-getter who identifies numerous opportunities and successfully grabs them immediately. Her education and life journey have provided her with a unique set of skills that has allowed her to be an innovator, as described by her peers. Previously she was a supporter of and volunteer for Community Organizations within the Masten District of Buffalo The Restore Program, RAINN, The GevaTheatre. Today, she spends her time between her home in Buffalo and Atlanta Ga.

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With the iconic success, Amercia Morris has garnered much respect and recognition. An epic axiom ‘hard work pays off’ has been an inspiration. Yet, she aspires to achieve more.It is her wish to create a community where we see the true value in our bodies and relationships and use what we have been given to heal each other and not to hurt. She is hopeful that this will enable her to expand nationwide/worldwide

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The GX satellite constellation to seven satellites- Inmarsat intends to increase

This year, Inmarsat aims to deploy the sixth-generation geostationary satellite constellation, which will extend the Global Xpress (GX) network as well as introduce additional L-band functionality. The satellite corporation based in the United Kingdom aims to launch two Inmarsat-6 satellites to improve Ka-band (GX) as well as L-band (Fleetbroadband) power.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will fly the first of the Airbus Defence & Space-built satellites (GX6A) later in the year 2021. SpaceX plans to fly the GX6B spacecraft in 2022. This will be Inmarsat’s most efficient and adaptable mobile communications satellites to date.

Their arrival comes after the effective launch of commercial services via the GX5 satellite on December 10, 2020. ThalesAleniaSpace designed GX5 to provide coverage across Europe as well as the Middle East. Inmarsat’s GX network also comprises four Boeing-built geostationary satellites. In January 2021, the organization marked five years of Ka-band connectivity.

It will continue to invest in satellites outside the Inmarsat-6 devices. Three more GX satellites, as well as GX payloads on the two third-party satellites, will be manufactured, launched, and commission by Inmarsat. Inmarsat expects to deploy two satellites with the GX payloads in the year 2022, powered by Space Norway Heosat. GX10A and 10B would be put in increasingly elliptical orbits to ensure continuous availability for shipping over 65 degrees north latitude.

The payloads, which Northrop designed, would extend Inmarsat’s broadband network into the Arctic, improving coverage along northern ocean routes. This multi-beam, high-throughput capability, according to Inmarsat, would smoothly fit into the current and expected GX network. Inmarsat intends to launch three further Airbus Defence & Space satellites – GX7, GX8, as well as GX9 – in 2023, completing the first software-focused constellation for the global smartphone communications.

Each satellite can provide twice the capability of the current GX network in use (GX1-5). They’ll produce thousands of individual spot beams of varying sizes, bandwidths, and capacities that can be readjusted and repositioned all around the planet at the same time. Inmarsat will react to surges in consumer demand immediately and precisely with these satellites, delivering overlapped power across regional hotspots.

Inmarsat is expanding the GX ground network to completely combine each generation of the GX satellites for commercial operation beginning in 2024 to accommodate these capabilities. The latest GX technologies would be backward compatible with current terminals, enabling shipowners to take advantage of potential infrastructure upgrades without needing to upgrade hardware. On January 21, 2021, Inmarsat reached a record of 10,000 ships utilizing its Ka-band-based Fleet Xpress.

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Author Christopher Crochet Promotes His Epic Fantasy – The Thief of Valsguard 2025

Author Christopher Crochet Promotes His Epic Fantasy – The Thief of Valsguard

Author Christopher Crochet is pleased to announce the promotion of his epic fantasy. The Thief of Valsguard. This is book one in The Loro Chronicles series. Other books in the series include the prequel short story, The Death of a Dragon and book two, The Deceiver.

The legendary Greys are back, and villages are burning with no one to stand in their way. An unlikely band of friends might have the only tools to challenge them.

As an orphaned outsider, Damien has worked his entire life to earn a place in the modest kingdom of Lakefall. His hard work does not go unnoticed by King Simeon who has always had bigger plans in mind for the young soldier.

Rowan left his old life years ago to settle down for a quiet life with his wife and daughter. The retired hero is thrust back into action against his will but discovers he may have missed being called the Dragonslayer by the citizens of Westland City. As his legend continues, he must confront the deeper layers of his secret ability.

Russam has completed a fifteen-year scavenger hunt to find a map that his father gave him directions to on his death bed. When he finds more than he can handle, he’s sent on another search for the famed Dragonslayer, Rowan Everleigh.

Isabella has always dreamed of moving to Westland City and attending the university. When she learns her parents have hidden her father’s famed past from her, it changes everything. She soon finds herself on an adventure armed with a secret of her own.

When the four of them are put together, they soon realize that it is more than just coincidence. Gods, wizards, and ancient bedtime stories will all have a hand in the outcome of this epic fantasy adventure.

The Thief of Valsguard is available for purchase in print and ebook formats.

Book Information:
The Thief of Valsguard
The Loro Chronicles, Book 1
By Christopher Crochet
Published: March 2020
ISBN: 979-8614093624 (pb)
ISBN: 978-1393667865 (ebook)
ASIN: B0855N4NF1
Pages: 340
Genre: Epic Fantasy

About the Author:
Christopher Crochet is the author of The Loro Chronicles. He is a thirty-four year old MRI technologist. Christopher lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with his wife and two daughters.

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online essential solar vaccine refrigerator training New Dulas Academy brings 2021

Dulas pioneered the concept of solar powered refrigerators in the 1980’s and has remained at the forefront of the industry since then. With projects funded by organisations like the World Health Organisation (WHO) and GAVI (the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation), Dulas supplies its refrigerators to health facilities across the world. Dulas’s products are designed for places where the electricity supply is either intermittent or non-existent. Stringent WHO accreditation procedures ensure their refrigerators offer a secure cold chain, keeping precious vaccines at the correct temperatures to preserve their viability. As a result, many millions of people have received vaccinations who would not otherwise have access to them.

Leading vaccine refrigerator manufacturer Dulas has created an online learning facility, the Dulas Academy, to ensure that essential training that supports their vital products can take place despite the travel restrictions brought about by the global pandemic.


An essential element of Dulas’s service is the provision of training for local installers and end-users to ensure that the equipment is set up and operated correctly. Prior to the pandemic this training would have been conducted in the field. COVID-19 travel restrictions, and a desire to reduce climate emissions, provided the drivers to develop the Dulas Academy. Establishing this platform to deliver training over the internet ensures that Dulas refrigerators will continue to be supported without interruption and that essential vaccine distribution is maintained.

Working alongside Zing, an agency experienced in building Learning Management Systems, and with the help of valuable funding from the Welsh Assembly Government, Dulas has created a complete online training programme in the form of videos, slide presentations and downloadable information. Courses are offered to participants according to their level of experience, and cover all aspects of installation, operation, and maintenance of either solar direct drive or mains powered refrigerators. Successful completion of a test at the end of each course earns the student an official certificate.

Catherine McLennan is Dulas’s Account Manager for International Projects and played a leading role in developing the Dulas Academy. She explained: ‘Now more than ever we understand how crucial vaccinations are in protecting us from disease. The more people who are vaccinated globally, the greater the protection for everyone; but vaccines can only work if the cold chain that distributes them is reliable. The best way to do that is to train the people who install and use our equipment, so that they can do their job to the best of their abilities. The Dulas Academy is the perfect means to ensure such essential training continues to be carried out, regardless of the impact of the pandemic.’

Andrew Rowbottom, Senior Renewable Energy Engineer at Dulas has been delivering Dulas training programmes in person across the world for many years. He notes that ‘Just as education here in the UK has gone online to enable learning to continue during the pandemic, so we have taken our training online. The beauty of doing this is that training becomes possible anywhere in the world where an internet connection exists. Many of the countries where our refrigerators operate have enthusiastically adopted mobile internet technology, making access to the Dulas Academy perfectly feasible in even quite remote locations. As well as making it possible to continue training while travel restrictions exist, the Academy also enables us to greatly increase our reach. Now more people than ever can obtain training in the installation and use of our refrigerators, directly from us the manufacturer. This will improve the long term reliability of the equipment, saving vaccines, and saving lives”