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With the Ring Stick Up Cam you get a security camera that you can use both indoors and outdoors. But how do you like this one? That’s exactly what I’ve been looking for lately and you can read the result in this Ring Stick Up Cam review.

Ring

Ring is no stranger to the smart home market. Became familiar with the doorbells (have you ever seen that Shark Tank episode?) and have since been taken over by Amazon.

The range has therefore been further expanded with, among other things, cameras, but also an entire alarm system. Ring is popular worldwide for a reason, so it was high time to extensively test the Ring Stick Up Cam.

Ring Stick Up Cam

There are multiple versions of the Ring Stick Up Cam, where I tested the battery-powered version. There is also a wired version, but personally I like the freedom of a battery. More on that later.

The Ring Stick Up Cam is relatively affordable at €99, but is such a camera really sufficient? The camera is suitable for indoors, but also outdoors and therefore unique. The same applies to the options for placing on the foot or via a suspension system.

I have tested all this extensively in the past period and you can read all of that in this Ring Stick Up Cam review.

Available with battery or wired
Affordable Security Camera
Easy installation

Ring Stick Up Cam: Installation

After unpacking the camera, there is of course only one logical next step: start with the installation.

First, pop up my old Ring account, install the app and start the wizard to add a new camera. This process went very smoothly and I also adjusted the opinion about the app, but more about that later.

After connecting to Wi-Fi and my Ring account, the assembly could begin. The first week I used it indoors, just on the foot that comes with it. In this case, the installation is not really an installation: a matter of putting it down and you are done.

Ring Stick up cam
Ring Stick Up Cam Indoors

After this period indoors, I also wanted to test it outdoors. In my case, the garden was the most logical choice, in a place where I have no direct power supply. The battery is of course an immediate plus.

Although it may not seem like it at first glance, it is possible to hang the camera against the wall with the standard options. To be fair, I must confess that I looked up a video on how exactly this worked.

Once I figured this out, it was child’s play. A few screws, camera in and ready. After the camera was hanging outside, just to be sure, I tested the WiFi strength and luckily it was also good at that location.

Ring Stick up cam
Ring Stick Up Cam Outdoors

Daily use of the Ring Stick Up Cam

Actually, you hope you don’t need the Ring Stick Up Cam on a daily basis, so the title of this section might be a bit weird. Still, I want to share my experiences during the testing period of this security camera.

As indicated, the camera is in the garden, so over time I have set the notifications a little less often/intensely. Every time someone walked through the garden, there was an immediate notification and there were just a little too many. Fortunately, Ring has options for this.

The app is a big improvement, but I’ll go into that in more detail in the next chapter, but the entire experience was pleasant. The Ring camera is there, but you don’t really notice it until you need (or would have) it.

The images are clear and good (enough) and of course it has night vision. You can also convert this to colored (or actually colored) night vision, but I found that to have little added value.

Ring Stick up cam

All in all, the Ring Stick Up Cam does exactly what it’s supposed to do. In terms of battery life, I find it difficult to link a good period to this, especially because I have used the app (and therefore camera) quite a lot. I think that with ‘normal’ use you should charge once every month. However, you can overcome this.

There are a number of accessories available that are not necessarily necessary, but very useful. This includes a Ring Solar Panel with which, as the name suggests, you can provide the Ring Stick Up Cam with extra (solar) energy.

Ring-app

Okay, I have to start with a confession. It’s been a few years since I’ve used a Ring product and I wasn’t thrilled with the app then. At the time, for example, the Nest app was much better and more stable.

As indicated above: I have to come back to this. Ring seems to have made good progress with the app, especially with the live view and reviewing images.

This feels very intuitive and the connection is made very quickly. Of course, this also partly depends on your WiFi at the location where the Ring Stick Up Cam is located, but also on your device with the app, of course.

Nevermind, the Ring app has gone through a lot of improvement over the past few years, making all of its features much easier to find.

This includes some settings that are fairly battery intensive. So if you want to charge the camera as little as possible, it is useful to go through the settings carefully and check which has a major influence on the battery life. Personally – especially for testing – I turned on all functions.

Ring Stick up cam

Ring Protect-abonnement

Okay, so we really need to talk about this.

The Ring is ‘fine’ to use without a subscription, but then you don’t have cloud storage. This means that you cannot review images and can therefore only see with the live view what is (or is not) happening via the camera.

So it is – sort of – mandatory to go for a Ring Protect subscription if you want to view images. Prices of these were recently (at the time of writing) also increased.

Below is an overview of Ring Protect.

Ring doorbell with and without subscription Free Basic* Plus**
Motion Notifications
Live video images
two-way speech
Theft protection
Video history (180 days)
Number of devices 1 1 at
Photo function
Additional warranty
Discount on Ring.com purchases
* Basic subscription costs €3.99/month or €39.99/year – 1 device
** Plus subscription costs €10/month or €100/year – full house

I also (still) use a number of Nest devices at home, including cameras. You also need a subscription for storage, but there it is still possible to pay € 5 per month for the whole house (i.e. all devices).

You then have ‘only’ 10 days of video history instead of 180 from Ring, but do you really need that long?

So if you have multiple Ring devices, you already have to pay € 10 per month to make this really interesting, and of course that comes in addition to Netflix, Spotify and your boxer shorts subscription. I find Nest Protect on the pricey side, especially when you compare it to the competition.

Conclusion

The conclusion of this Ring Stick Up Cam review is actually very simple: a good, affordable security camera for indoor and outdoor use. Unfortunately, you do need a subscription to store images in the cloud and therefore make full use of the camera.

Furthermore, the app is well put together and the connection to the camera is made fast and stable. For optimal use of the Ring Stick Up Cam with battery, accessories such as the Solar Panels and possibly an extra battery are desirable.

Ring Stick up cam

Pros

  • Easy installation
  • App works well
  • Images appear quickly on screen (if wifi is good)
  • Affordable
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors

Negatives

  • Cloud storage subscription required
  • Additional accessories may be required for optimal operation

Read also:

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With the Ring Stick Up Cam you get a security camera that you can use both indoors and outdoors. But how do you like this one? That’s exactly what I’ve been looking for lately and you can read the result in this Ring Stick Up Cam review.

Ring

Ring is no stranger to the smart home market. Became familiar with the doorbells (have you ever seen that Shark Tank episode?) and have since been taken over by Amazon.

The range has therefore been further expanded with, among other things, cameras, but also an entire alarm system. Ring is popular worldwide for a reason, so it was high time to extensively test the Ring Stick Up Cam.

Ring Stick Up Cam

There are multiple versions of the Ring Stick Up Cam, where I tested the battery-powered version. There is also a wired version, but personally I like the freedom of a battery. More on that later.

The Ring Stick Up Cam is relatively affordable at €99, but is such a camera really sufficient? The camera is suitable for indoors, but also outdoors and therefore unique. The same applies to the options for placing on the foot or via a suspension system.

I have tested all this extensively in the past period and you can read all of that in this Ring Stick Up Cam review.

Available with battery or wired
Affordable Security Camera
Easy installation

Ring Stick Up Cam: Installation

After unpacking the camera, there is of course only one logical next step: start with the installation.

First, pop up my old Ring account, install the app and start the wizard to add a new camera. This process went very smoothly and I also adjusted the opinion about the app, but more about that later.

After connecting to Wi-Fi and my Ring account, the assembly could begin. The first week I used it indoors, just on the foot that comes with it. In this case, the installation is not really an installation: a matter of putting it down and you are done.

Ring Stick up cam
Ring Stick Up Cam Indoors

After this period indoors, I also wanted to test it outdoors. In my case, the garden was the most logical choice, in a place where I have no direct power supply. The battery is of course an immediate plus.

Although it may not seem like it at first glance, it is possible to hang the camera against the wall with the standard options. To be fair, I must confess that I looked up a video on how exactly this worked.

Once I figured this out, it was child’s play. A few screws, camera in and ready. After the camera was hanging outside, just to be sure, I tested the WiFi strength and luckily it was also good at that location.

Ring Stick up cam
Ring Stick Up Cam Outdoors

Daily use of the Ring Stick Up Cam

Actually, you hope you don’t need the Ring Stick Up Cam on a daily basis, so the title of this section might be a bit weird. Still, I want to share my experiences during the testing period of this security camera.

As indicated, the camera is in the garden, so over time I have set the notifications a little less often/intensely. Every time someone walked through the garden, there was an immediate notification and there were just a little too many. Fortunately, Ring has options for this.

The app is a big improvement, but I’ll go into that in more detail in the next chapter, but the entire experience was pleasant. The Ring camera is there, but you don’t really notice it until you need (or would have) it.

The images are clear and good (enough) and of course it has night vision. You can also convert this to colored (or actually colored) night vision, but I found that to have little added value.

Ring Stick up cam

All in all, the Ring Stick Up Cam does exactly what it’s supposed to do. In terms of battery life, I find it difficult to link a good period to this, especially because I have used the app (and therefore camera) quite a lot. I think that with ‘normal’ use you should charge once every month. However, you can overcome this.

There are a number of accessories available that are not necessarily necessary, but very useful. This includes a Ring Solar Panel with which, as the name suggests, you can provide the Ring Stick Up Cam with extra (solar) energy.

Ring-app

Okay, I have to start with a confession. It’s been a few years since I’ve used a Ring product and I wasn’t thrilled with the app then. At the time, for example, the Nest app was much better and more stable.

As indicated above: I have to come back to this. Ring seems to have made good progress with the app, especially with the live view and reviewing images.

This feels very intuitive and the connection is made very quickly. Of course, this also partly depends on your WiFi at the location where the Ring Stick Up Cam is located, but also on your device with the app, of course.

Nevermind, the Ring app has gone through a lot of improvement over the past few years, making all of its features much easier to find.

This includes some settings that are fairly battery intensive. So if you want to charge the camera as little as possible, it is useful to go through the settings carefully and check which has a major influence on the battery life. Personally – especially for testing – I turned on all functions.

Ring Stick up cam

Ring Protect-abonnement

Okay, so we really need to talk about this.

The Ring is ‘fine’ to use without a subscription, but then you don’t have cloud storage. This means that you cannot review images and can therefore only see with the live view what is (or is not) happening via the camera.

So it is – sort of – mandatory to go for a Ring Protect subscription if you want to view images. Prices of these were recently (at the time of writing) also increased.

Below is an overview of Ring Protect.

Ring doorbell with and without subscription Free Basic* Plus**
Motion Notifications
Live video images
two-way speech
Theft protection
Video history (180 days)
Number of devices 1 1 at
Photo function
Additional warranty
Discount on Ring.com purchases
* Basic subscription costs €3.99/month or €39.99/year – 1 device
** Plus subscription costs €10/month or €100/year – full house

I also (still) use a number of Nest devices at home, including cameras. You also need a subscription for storage, but there it is still possible to pay € 5 per month for the whole house (i.e. all devices).

You then have ‘only’ 10 days of video history instead of 180 from Ring, but do you really need that long?

So if you have multiple Ring devices, you already have to pay € 10 per month to make this really interesting, and of course that comes in addition to Netflix, Spotify and your boxer shorts subscription. I find Nest Protect on the pricey side, especially when you compare it to the competition.

Conclusion

The conclusion of this Ring Stick Up Cam review is actually very simple: a good, affordable security camera for indoor and outdoor use. Unfortunately, you do need a subscription to store images in the cloud and therefore make full use of the camera.

Furthermore, the app is well put together and the connection to the camera is made fast and stable. For optimal use of the Ring Stick Up Cam with battery, accessories such as the Solar Panels and possibly an extra battery are desirable.

Ring Stick up cam

Pros

  • Easy installation
  • App works well
  • Images appear quickly on screen (if wifi is good)
  • Affordable
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors

Negatives

  • Cloud storage subscription required
  • Additional accessories may be required for optimal operation

Read also:

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By Rick Gonzales
| Published

If the name isn’t familiar to you, don’t worry, it soon will be. Thomasin McKenzie is a rising star who has already shown the knack for selecting great roles and the ability to adapt to any setting. She is remarkable with accents and for an actress, amazingly reserved, almost to the point of being shy. You may recognize her, she’s already starred in a number of big films, then again, you may not. So, who is Thomasin McKenzie, and why are we so high on this young actress?

WHERE IS THOMASIN MCKENZIE FROM?

One of the main reasons why you may not have seen or heard of Thomasin McKenzie is the fact that she was born in Wellington, New Zealand and for much of her early career, her acting projects have all taken place in New Zealand. McKenzie, who is now 22 years old, is the daughter of New Zealand actress Miranda Harcourt and director Stuart McKenzie. She is also the granddaughter of New Zealand acting royalty, Dame Kate Harcourt.

Although Thomasin is a third-generation actress, acting was not in her early plans. True, her parents were very happy when she finally decided to embrace the family way, “My parents were pretty pleased when I followed in their footsteps,” McKenzie said to ELLE. “But it wasn’t expected.”

Thomasin was a biology lover in school and her first dream was to work with animals. “I definitely didn’t want to be an actress at first,” she explains. “I was more interested in being a vet or working at an animal rescue.” What Thomasin began to realize was that she was enjoying the time away from school she was afforded when she started taking on small acting gigs. Plus, she was making some extra money.

“In the beginning, I would do it just so I could get pocket money so I could buy myself Bratz Dolls and Sylvanian Families,” Thomasin McKenzie explained. “That was my main incentive—and also to get time off school was a bonus.” And then something wonderful happened for Thomasin. “But the more I did it, the more I fell in love with it.”

Thomasin McKenzie got her first role in the 2012 New Zealand film Existence. In fact, her first ten or so projects all were New Zealand-made, including her small role as Astrid in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. After that, Thomasin was seen in the long-running New Zealand nighttime soap opera Shortland Street. Then it was End of Term, Bright Summer Night, the TV movie Jean, The Cul De Sac, and Lucy Lewis Can’t Lose.

THOMASIN MCKENZIE HAS WORKED WITH HER FAMILY

Having a family that comes from an acting background certainly can have its benefits. Take, for instance, the 2017 fantasy horror film, The Changeover. The film starred Melanie Lynskey, Lucy Lawless, Timothy Spall, Erana James, and Thomasin McKenzie. It tells the story of Laura (James) who finds herself in a battle with an ancient spirit who has designs on her family. Although it may not sound like much, the film was written by Thomasin’s father, Stuart McKenzie, who also shared directing duties with Thomasin’s mother, Miranda Harcourt. To top it off, Thomasin also found herself acting in the film with her grandmother, Kate Harcourt. Does it get any better than that?

That was not the first time that Thomasin had a chance to work with her mother. In the 2016 film, Jean, both daughter and mother starred in the movie. The film told the story of Jean Batten, who was billed as New Zealand’s greatest airplane flier, heroine, and celebrity. Think Amelia Earhart. Thomasin played the young Jean while Miranda played Jean’s mother, Ellen.

FINALLY, RECOGNITION

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With most of Thomasin’s work taking place in New Zealand, in America she was still a complete unknown. That changed when she was cast opposite Ben Foster in the 2018 film, Leave No Trace. The film told the story of an army Iraq war vet father (Foster) dealing with PTSD who is living in the Oregon wilderness with his 13-year-old daughter (McKenzie). First off, we need to point out that when Thomasin McKenzie made this movie, she was 18 years old and playing a 13-year-old. Secondly, for her portrayal of a 13-year-old, McKenzie received much critical acclaim, as did Foster and the movie. This film put Thomasin on the map.

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Her next film was The King, and from there she went on to another bigger role, this one in Taika Waitit’s off-beat dramedy, Jojo Rabbit. In it, Thomasin played the young Jewish girl Jojo’s mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding in their home. Her next film was True History of the Kelly Gang and then she was forced to make one of her tougher career choices. Okay, maybe it wasn’t so tough.

SORRY, TOM CRUISE

thomasin mckenzie

After years of beating around the bush, numerous starts and stops, and flirtings, Tom Cruise decided it was time to head back to the “Danger Zone.” So, when it was announced that Top Gun: Maverick was finally going to be made, the announcement also came with a list of cast members who’d be starring with him in the new adventures of Maverick. Along with Cruise were Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Val Kilmer, Glen Powell, and yes, Thomasin McKenzie. She was tapped to play Connelly’s daughter in the film and one she was excited to play – until she wasn’t.

Now, it wasn’t that Thomasin wasn’t happy to be chosen to be in the film, she was. For her, though, another opportunity came up and it was one she (along with her “team”) couldn’t pass on. “I think I really listen to my team because they’ve been in the industry for a lot longer than I have and so they have a lot more experience than I do,” she admitted on Collider Ladies Night. “Also it just comes down to instincts. I was very lucky to have the option to do something else. I did Lost Girls instead. I was so honored to have been considered to be a part of Top Gun. That’s bloody amazing! It’s really, really cool. But I think Lost Girls was a story that I was really interested in telling that was a female director, basically, the entire cast was female so I really wanted to be a part of that.” Smart move, young lady.

In Lost Girls, McKenzie got to show off her acting chops, but those who were finally taking notice of the young actress were also seeing a young actress developing and fine-tuning her craft. What makes Thomasin McKenzie special is she speaks a heavily accented New Zealand. But to see her in some of her films, you would not know this. She has an amazing command of accents, one that she is very proud of. “I love accents,” she gushed to ELLE magazine. “What I do on set is use it in between takes so that it feels very natural. Cornish is one of my favorite accents I’ve ever done, with all the ‘ayes’ and the great sounds!”

Her Cornish accent is one she used as Elosie in the Edgar Wright’s psychological horror film, Last Night in Soho. But she has also been heard using a German accent, Australian, as well as various American and British accents. Amazingly enough, Thomasin McKenzie had her very first American talk show interview right before Last Night in Soho premiered and you can hear her New Zealand accent in full force as she spoke to Stephen Colbert.

Thomasin McKenzie may claim to be shy (which she truly, probably is) but she does maintain a healthy social media presence. She is big on Instagram, and she is slowly starting to get a decent following, approaching 400K followers. She is very current with her posts and isn’t shy to feature family, friends, and even her pooch.

The world is Thomasin McKenzie’s oyster and she is just beginning to grow into it. She presently is staring in another New Zealand series called Life After Life and has two projects ready to go – Eileen and Gossamer. After that, Thomasin will be playing American gymnast and Olympic hero, Kerri Strug in the film, Perfect.

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By Rick Gonzales
| Published

If the name isn’t familiar to you, don’t worry, it soon will be. Thomasin McKenzie is a rising star who has already shown the knack for selecting great roles and the ability to adapt to any setting. She is remarkable with accents and for an actress, amazingly reserved, almost to the point of being shy. You may recognize her, she’s already starred in a number of big films, then again, you may not. So, who is Thomasin McKenzie, and why are we so high on this young actress?

WHERE IS THOMASIN MCKENZIE FROM?

One of the main reasons why you may not have seen or heard of Thomasin McKenzie is the fact that she was born in Wellington, New Zealand and for much of her early career, her acting projects have all taken place in New Zealand. McKenzie, who is now 22 years old, is the daughter of New Zealand actress Miranda Harcourt and director Stuart McKenzie. She is also the granddaughter of New Zealand acting royalty, Dame Kate Harcourt.

Although Thomasin is a third-generation actress, acting was not in her early plans. True, her parents were very happy when she finally decided to embrace the family way, “My parents were pretty pleased when I followed in their footsteps,” McKenzie said to ELLE. “But it wasn’t expected.”

Thomasin was a biology lover in school and her first dream was to work with animals. “I definitely didn’t want to be an actress at first,” she explains. “I was more interested in being a vet or working at an animal rescue.” What Thomasin began to realize was that she was enjoying the time away from school she was afforded when she started taking on small acting gigs. Plus, she was making some extra money.

“In the beginning, I would do it just so I could get pocket money so I could buy myself Bratz Dolls and Sylvanian Families,” Thomasin McKenzie explained. “That was my main incentive—and also to get time off school was a bonus.” And then something wonderful happened for Thomasin. “But the more I did it, the more I fell in love with it.”

Thomasin McKenzie got her first role in the 2012 New Zealand film Existence. In fact, her first ten or so projects all were New Zealand-made, including her small role as Astrid in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. After that, Thomasin was seen in the long-running New Zealand nighttime soap opera Shortland Street. Then it was End of Term, Bright Summer Night, the TV movie Jean, The Cul De Sac, and Lucy Lewis Can’t Lose.

THOMASIN MCKENZIE HAS WORKED WITH HER FAMILY

Having a family that comes from an acting background certainly can have its benefits. Take, for instance, the 2017 fantasy horror film, The Changeover. The film starred Melanie Lynskey, Lucy Lawless, Timothy Spall, Erana James, and Thomasin McKenzie. It tells the story of Laura (James) who finds herself in a battle with an ancient spirit who has designs on her family. Although it may not sound like much, the film was written by Thomasin’s father, Stuart McKenzie, who also shared directing duties with Thomasin’s mother, Miranda Harcourt. To top it off, Thomasin also found herself acting in the film with her grandmother, Kate Harcourt. Does it get any better than that?

That was not the first time that Thomasin had a chance to work with her mother. In the 2016 film, Jean, both daughter and mother starred in the movie. The film told the story of Jean Batten, who was billed as New Zealand’s greatest airplane flier, heroine, and celebrity. Think Amelia Earhart. Thomasin played the young Jean while Miranda played Jean’s mother, Ellen.

FINALLY, RECOGNITION

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With most of Thomasin’s work taking place in New Zealand, in America she was still a complete unknown. That changed when she was cast opposite Ben Foster in the 2018 film, Leave No Trace. The film told the story of an army Iraq war vet father (Foster) dealing with PTSD who is living in the Oregon wilderness with his 13-year-old daughter (McKenzie). First off, we need to point out that when Thomasin McKenzie made this movie, she was 18 years old and playing a 13-year-old. Secondly, for her portrayal of a 13-year-old, McKenzie received much critical acclaim, as did Foster and the movie. This film put Thomasin on the map.

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Her next film was The King, and from there she went on to another bigger role, this one in Taika Waitit’s off-beat dramedy, Jojo Rabbit. In it, Thomasin played the young Jewish girl Jojo’s mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding in their home. Her next film was True History of the Kelly Gang and then she was forced to make one of her tougher career choices. Okay, maybe it wasn’t so tough.

SORRY, TOM CRUISE

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After years of beating around the bush, numerous starts and stops, and flirtings, Tom Cruise decided it was time to head back to the “Danger Zone.” So, when it was announced that Top Gun: Maverick was finally going to be made, the announcement also came with a list of cast members who’d be starring with him in the new adventures of Maverick. Along with Cruise were Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Val Kilmer, Glen Powell, and yes, Thomasin McKenzie. She was tapped to play Connelly’s daughter in the film and one she was excited to play – until she wasn’t.

Now, it wasn’t that Thomasin wasn’t happy to be chosen to be in the film, she was. For her, though, another opportunity came up and it was one she (along with her “team”) couldn’t pass on. “I think I really listen to my team because they’ve been in the industry for a lot longer than I have and so they have a lot more experience than I do,” she admitted on Collider Ladies Night. “Also it just comes down to instincts. I was very lucky to have the option to do something else. I did Lost Girls instead. I was so honored to have been considered to be a part of Top Gun. That’s bloody amazing! It’s really, really cool. But I think Lost Girls was a story that I was really interested in telling that was a female director, basically, the entire cast was female so I really wanted to be a part of that.” Smart move, young lady.

In Lost Girls, McKenzie got to show off her acting chops, but those who were finally taking notice of the young actress were also seeing a young actress developing and fine-tuning her craft. What makes Thomasin McKenzie special is she speaks a heavily accented New Zealand. But to see her in some of her films, you would not know this. She has an amazing command of accents, one that she is very proud of. “I love accents,” she gushed to ELLE magazine. “What I do on set is use it in between takes so that it feels very natural. Cornish is one of my favorite accents I’ve ever done, with all the ‘ayes’ and the great sounds!”

Her Cornish accent is one she used as Elosie in the Edgar Wright’s psychological horror film, Last Night in Soho. But she has also been heard using a German accent, Australian, as well as various American and British accents. Amazingly enough, Thomasin McKenzie had her very first American talk show interview right before Last Night in Soho premiered and you can hear her New Zealand accent in full force as she spoke to Stephen Colbert.

Thomasin McKenzie may claim to be shy (which she truly, probably is) but she does maintain a healthy social media presence. She is big on Instagram, and she is slowly starting to get a decent following, approaching 400K followers. She is very current with her posts and isn’t shy to feature family, friends, and even her pooch.

The world is Thomasin McKenzie’s oyster and she is just beginning to grow into it. She presently is staring in another New Zealand series called Life After Life and has two projects ready to go – Eileen and Gossamer. After that, Thomasin will be playing American gymnast and Olympic hero, Kerri Strug in the film, Perfect.

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Gotham Knights is the next video game inspired by the Batman Arkham saga, although detached from it: it is a new and independent story from Warner Bros. Montreal. Most of the focus so far has been on the four characters: Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing and Red Hood.

The latest trailer, for example, focused on the moves and abilities of Red Hood, the crimson vigilante. But the character with the most history and personality is none of them, and it’s in the title of the game: Gotham.

VIDEO

Gotham Knights – Red Hood Gameplay Trailer

What the environment of a video game can be considered a character in itself it is something that is said a lot, and sometimes lightly.

But in Gotham Knights, WB Montreal has really taken great care in portraying Gotham, acting as an open world, to make the city interesting to explore and tell its story through its radically different buildings and architectural styles.

IGN’s latest exclusive concept art and gameplay video, featuring level designer Kristofor McMahan, kicks off with the story of Gotham: five founding families who settled in five very different neighbourhoods.

VIDEO

Gotham Knights: Building a Brand New Gotham City (With 400 Years of History) – IGN First

In the Gotham that WB Montreal has invented (with references to comics, but with total creative freedom), Gotham City was founded in the 1650s, by five families that came from Europe: the Waynes, the Cobblepots, the Elliots, the Arkhams and the Kanes. Do they sound like you?

Over the centuries, the city grew and each family exerted influence on five very different districts that we will explore in Gotham Knights.

For example, the Kanes area is the historic neighborhood, the Elliots area has a 1920s art-deco look, the Wayne area is more modern and high-tech, and the Arkham area has the famous insane asylum.

WB Montreal’s ambition is that each neighborhood tells the story of the city via iconic buildings very obvious, but also architecture or street layoutso that they seem frozen in time so that the player can feel how the city evolved without having to read lore.

This too it will be noticeable in the gameplay– A run-down park is so vast that vigilantes can’t use their usual stealth tactics, while the Elliots’ high-rise offers plenty of verticality in its level design.

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Gotham will be an exciting place that is very different from the Gothams in other games. It is certainly a very large place, but it will stand out from other sandboxes because its diversity of locationsinstead of being a uniform modern city.

We’ve made a very large Gotham, but what I think is really unique about Gotham Knights is its density. Sometimes I look for some crime and I don’t realize that something else is going on, and I’m going to want to interact with it sooner or later“, dice el game director Geoff Ellenor.

Gotham Knights will be one of the great games of the fall, because it comes out on October 28 on PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PCwith a cooperative mode for two players, although it can be enjoyed completely alone.

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Gotham Knights is the next video game inspired by the Batman Arkham saga, although detached from it: it is a new and independent story from Warner Bros. Montreal. Most of the focus so far has been on the four characters: Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing and Red Hood.

The latest trailer, for example, focused on the moves and abilities of Red Hood, the crimson vigilante. But the character with the most history and personality is none of them, and it’s in the title of the game: Gotham.

VIDEO

Gotham Knights – Red Hood Gameplay Trailer

What the environment of a video game can be considered a character in itself it is something that is said a lot, and sometimes lightly.

But in Gotham Knights, WB Montreal has really taken great care in portraying Gotham, acting as an open world, to make the city interesting to explore and tell its story through its radically different buildings and architectural styles.

IGN’s latest exclusive concept art and gameplay video, featuring level designer Kristofor McMahan, kicks off with the story of Gotham: five founding families who settled in five very different neighbourhoods.

VIDEO

Gotham Knights: Building a Brand New Gotham City (With 400 Years of History) – IGN First

In the Gotham that WB Montreal has invented (with references to comics, but with total creative freedom), Gotham City was founded in the 1650s, by five families that came from Europe: the Waynes, the Cobblepots, the Elliots, the Arkhams and the Kanes. Do they sound like you?

Over the centuries, the city grew and each family exerted influence on five very different districts that we will explore in Gotham Knights.

For example, the Kanes area is the historic neighborhood, the Elliots area has a 1920s art-deco look, the Wayne area is more modern and high-tech, and the Arkham area has the famous insane asylum.

WB Montreal’s ambition is that each neighborhood tells the story of the city via iconic buildings very obvious, but also architecture or street layoutso that they seem frozen in time so that the player can feel how the city evolved without having to read lore.

This too it will be noticeable in the gameplay– A run-down park is so vast that vigilantes can’t use their usual stealth tactics, while the Elliots’ high-rise offers plenty of verticality in its level design.

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Gotham will be an exciting place that is very different from the Gothams in other games. It is certainly a very large place, but it will stand out from other sandboxes because its diversity of locationsinstead of being a uniform modern city.

We’ve made a very large Gotham, but what I think is really unique about Gotham Knights is its density. Sometimes I look for some crime and I don’t realize that something else is going on, and I’m going to want to interact with it sooner or later“, dice el game director Geoff Ellenor.

Gotham Knights will be one of the great games of the fall, because it comes out on October 28 on PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PCwith a cooperative mode for two players, although it can be enjoyed completely alone.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is full of side quests. Although the main story is exciting, it is worth stopping from time to time to do these secondary missions, listening to the stories of the characters of the colonies or simply running around to complete the map.

In fact, backtracking is required to view some of these missions and minor characters.

This is the case of Gray, one of the heroes that we can add to our team with an interesting story, an imposing presence and dual pistols. He is a character totally unrelated to the main path that will force us to return to a previous area, but he is worth it.

In this Xenoblade Chronicles 3 guide we explain how to unlock Gray and complete the Hero Mission An Unexpected Help.

VIDEO

Analysis of Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Unlock Gray in Xenoblade Chronicles 3

To unlock Gray as a hero, you must have progressed through Chapter 3 enough to meet Valdi and beat his Hero quest (which is part of the main story). This happens around 15-20 hours into the game, when you’re around level 25-28.

That’s when you gain the ability to climb purple vines. This allows you to achieve formerly blockaded area of ​​the Aetia Regionalmost at the beginning of the game.

You must travel to this point on the map (the one marked with the marker, behind the peak symbol) to start the quest, which you can only reach by climbing.

The nearest fast travel point is Obelisk of Kamos.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3

When you arrive, you will meet a mysterious figure that you will fight, though only to half health. Then, several Keves soldiers will arrive and the character will flee. Hero Quest will be activated”unexpected help“.

When you dispatch the soldiers, you must keep track of the figure, with a new mechanic, that of following tracks. Go down to the river and follow the tracks for a long time (if you see that the trail is lost, keep going straight until the tracks return).

Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Afterwards, you will fight together against other tougher Kevesi soldiers, level 26-27. With the help of the character you will finish quickly, and it will be revealed as Gray, who will become selectable as a Hero.

The Unexpected Help quest grants 940 exp, 1210 G and 10 AP. Also, you will inherit the steel Jaguar class.

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are you playing Xenoblade Chronicles 3? If so, we recommend you take a look at the following Hobby Consoles guides: How to get out of combat early, How to change the time and spend time, How to unlock all classes or How to unlock all accessory slots.

We also tell you how to change your skin and unlock equipment, how to get nopon doubloons (and what they are for), tricks to level up fast and how to increase affinity.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is full of side quests. Although the main story is exciting, it is worth stopping from time to time to do these secondary missions, listening to the stories of the characters of the colonies or simply running around to complete the map.

In fact, backtracking is required to view some of these missions and minor characters.

This is the case of Gray, one of the heroes that we can add to our team with an interesting story, an imposing presence and dual pistols. He is a character totally unrelated to the main path that will force us to return to a previous area, but he is worth it.

In this Xenoblade Chronicles 3 guide we explain how to unlock Gray and complete the Hero Mission An Unexpected Help.

VIDEO

Analysis of Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Unlock Gray in Xenoblade Chronicles 3

To unlock Gray as a hero, you must have progressed through Chapter 3 enough to meet Valdi and beat his Hero quest (which is part of the main story). This happens around 15-20 hours into the game, when you’re around level 25-28.

That’s when you gain the ability to climb purple vines. This allows you to achieve formerly blockaded area of ​​the Aetia Regionalmost at the beginning of the game.

You must travel to this point on the map (the one marked with the marker, behind the peak symbol) to start the quest, which you can only reach by climbing.

The nearest fast travel point is Obelisk of Kamos.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3

When you arrive, you will meet a mysterious figure that you will fight, though only to half health. Then, several Keves soldiers will arrive and the character will flee. Hero Quest will be activated”unexpected help“.

When you dispatch the soldiers, you must keep track of the figure, with a new mechanic, that of following tracks. Go down to the river and follow the tracks for a long time (if you see that the trail is lost, keep going straight until the tracks return).

Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Afterwards, you will fight together against other tougher Kevesi soldiers, level 26-27. With the help of the character you will finish quickly, and it will be revealed as Gray, who will become selectable as a Hero.

The Unexpected Help quest grants 940 exp, 1210 G and 10 AP. Also, you will inherit the steel Jaguar class.

The best-selling external hard drives on Amazon Spain

These are the most successful external hard drives in Amazon Spain in different storage capacities.

See list

are you playing Xenoblade Chronicles 3? If so, we recommend you take a look at the following Hobby Consoles guides: How to get out of combat early, How to change the time and spend time, How to unlock all classes or How to unlock all accessory slots.

We also tell you how to change your skin and unlock equipment, how to get nopon doubloons (and what they are for), tricks to level up fast and how to increase affinity.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660312850) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(56) "World’s oldest doctor shares the secret to a long life" ["link"]=> string(81) "https://movs.world/hobbies/worlds-oldest-doctor-shares-the-secret-to-a-long-life/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 12 Aug 2022 13:18:22 +0000" ["category"]=> string(45) "HobbiesdoctorlifelongoldestSecretsharesworlds" ["guid"]=> string(81) "https://movs.world/hobbies/worlds-oldest-doctor-shares-the-secret-to-a-long-life/" ["description"]=> string(615) "Named by the Guinness Book as the oldest working doctor in the world, Dr. Tucker continues to work and update himself in medicine (Credit: Disclosure/St. Vincent Charity Health) Turning a century last month, Dr. Howard Tucker continues to lavish knowledge and health. Even after being named by the Guinness Book, the book of records, as ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5174) "

Named by the Guinness Book as the oldest working doctor in the world, Dr. Tucker continues to work and update himself in medicine (Credit: Disclosure/St. Vincent Charity Health)




Turning a century last month, Dr. Howard Tucker continues to lavish knowledge and health. Even after being named by the Guinness Book, the book of records, as the oldest doctor in the world, when he was 99 years old, he only stopped seeing patients shortly afterwards.

The neurologist has recently stopped seeing appointments but keeps busy teaching resident physicians at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States, twice a week.

+ Contingent of elderly residents in Brazil increases by 39.8% in 9 years

In an interview with Today, he claims that his long career is one of the main reasons he has reached longevity. “I see retirement as the enemy of longevity,” he said.

Doctor since 1947

Born in 1922, graduated from the Ohio State University School of Medicine in 1947, he served as a Navy neurologist during the Korean War. “Anyone who was discharged from the Navy for neurological reasons, if he lived east of the Mississippi, I had to have him examined first,” Tucker told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA).

At the time when Dr. Tucker graduated, CT and MRI did not exist. He says that to diagnose patients he used little more than his knowledge of medicine.

“There were no diagnostic tools of this magnitude,” Tucker told the JTA. “We used to agonize over a problem. Is this a pattern of a tumor? Is this a pattern of abnormality with a stroke? Back then, we had to work harder, but it was fun.”

Always active mind

As a neurologist, he continues to argue that staying mentally active is the key to a long life — whether staying in their careers or engaging in mentally challenging hobbies. “I think in order to retire, you can face the potential to wither and end up in a nursing home. It’s fun to stay alive and work,” he told the TODAY.

In his interview, done over a video call, Dr. Tucker also showed that he has his own computer and smartphone, and is often tech-savvy, especially when it comes to work. “It’s delicious work. Every day I learn something new.

A 2016 study of 3,000 adults and published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health found that staying at work for another year reduced the risk of dying from any cause by 11% over the next 20 years.

Dr. Tucker shares this result, but also acknowledges that genetics can help, after all his mother and father lived to be 84 and 96 years old, respectively. Another important point, according to him, is not to smoke.

“Study each day as if you were going to live forever and live each day as if you were going to die tomorrow,” he told the WKYC, claiming to be his philosophy of life. “I carry this with me all the time.”



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Named by the Guinness Book as the oldest working doctor in the world, Dr. Tucker continues to work and update himself in medicine (Credit: Disclosure/St. Vincent Charity Health)




Turning a century last month, Dr. Howard Tucker continues to lavish knowledge and health. Even after being named by the Guinness Book, the book of records, as the oldest doctor in the world, when he was 99 years old, he only stopped seeing patients shortly afterwards.

The neurologist has recently stopped seeing appointments but keeps busy teaching resident physicians at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States, twice a week.

+ Contingent of elderly residents in Brazil increases by 39.8% in 9 years

In an interview with Today, he claims that his long career is one of the main reasons he has reached longevity. “I see retirement as the enemy of longevity,” he said.

Doctor since 1947

Born in 1922, graduated from the Ohio State University School of Medicine in 1947, he served as a Navy neurologist during the Korean War. “Anyone who was discharged from the Navy for neurological reasons, if he lived east of the Mississippi, I had to have him examined first,” Tucker told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA).

At the time when Dr. Tucker graduated, CT and MRI did not exist. He says that to diagnose patients he used little more than his knowledge of medicine.

“There were no diagnostic tools of this magnitude,” Tucker told the JTA. “We used to agonize over a problem. Is this a pattern of a tumor? Is this a pattern of abnormality with a stroke? Back then, we had to work harder, but it was fun.”

Always active mind

As a neurologist, he continues to argue that staying mentally active is the key to a long life — whether staying in their careers or engaging in mentally challenging hobbies. “I think in order to retire, you can face the potential to wither and end up in a nursing home. It’s fun to stay alive and work,” he told the TODAY.

In his interview, done over a video call, Dr. Tucker also showed that he has his own computer and smartphone, and is often tech-savvy, especially when it comes to work. “It’s delicious work. Every day I learn something new.

A 2016 study of 3,000 adults and published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health found that staying at work for another year reduced the risk of dying from any cause by 11% over the next 20 years.

Dr. Tucker shares this result, but also acknowledges that genetics can help, after all his mother and father lived to be 84 and 96 years old, respectively. Another important point, according to him, is not to smoke.

“Study each day as if you were going to live forever and live each day as if you were going to die tomorrow,” he told the WKYC, claiming to be his philosophy of life. “I carry this with me all the time.”



" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660310302) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(74) "what kind of father are you (or will you be) according to your birth chart" ["link"]=> string(100) "https://movs.world/hobbies/what-kind-of-father-are-you-or-will-you-be-according-to-your-birth-chart/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 12 Aug 2022 11:53:39 +0000" ["category"]=> string(27) "Hobbiesbirthchartfatherkind" ["guid"]=> string(100) "https://movs.world/hobbies/what-kind-of-father-are-you-or-will-you-be-according-to-your-birth-chart/" ["description"]=> string(623) "type of father Photo: Unsplash / Personare The Astral Map is a deep analysis about you. Among the many features it reveals is how is (or will be) the father of each sign and what relationship you will have with your children throughout life. But before you think about your sun sign, know that the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6909) "

type of father

Photo: Unsplash / Personare

The Astral Map is a deep analysis about you. Among the many features it reveals is how is (or will be) the father of each sign and what relationship you will have with your children throughout life.

But before you think about your sun sign, know that the placement that reveals these characteristics related to fatherhood (and motherhood too) is the House 5 of the Map. In addition, it shows your creative brand, how you deal with sports and hobbies and how you enjoy life.

When it comes to the father of each sign, it is clear that the ideal would be to evaluate other data from the astrological mandala, but it is possible to identify some trends and understand the relationship with children from a brief interpretation of this placement.

How to Know What Kind of Parent You Are (or Will Be)

Everyone has the 5th house in the birth chart. You can see that your birth chart (make yours here for free) has a mandala divided into 12 parts. See which sign your 5th house starts with. In the video below, learn to see the houses in your birth chart:

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Now, see what house sign in the 5th house means. To understand more deeply, also see if you have planets in this house and read your complete birth chart.

5th house in Aries

Fun and impulsive, they tend to have few children, as they love their freedom and independence above all else. When they become parents, however, they are often very generous. Learn all about the sign of Aries here.

5th house in Taurus

Stable and constant, they are usually very present in the routine of their own children. Very loving, they work hard to offer a life in which they lack nothing, both materially and emotionally. Learn all about the zodiac sign of Taurus here.

5th house in Gemini

Very intelligent and intellectual, they tend to explain all their whys to their children and talk to their children a lot, especially when they are old enough to understand. Learn all about the Gemini zodiac sign here.

5th house in Cancer

Very affectionate, they have a keen paternal instinct, but they may have difficulty channeling the love they feel for their children, especially due to emotional instability. Learn all about the Cancer zodiac sign here.

5th house in Leo

Dramatic, they are parents who love to be surrounded by their children and need to be proud of them. They just have to be careful not to project their unfulfilled dreams onto them. Find out all about the zodiac sign of Leo here.

5th house in Virgo

Of a peaceful nature, they tend to be very present in their children’s routine, detailed in caring for them and demanding about their performance. Learn all about the Virgo zodiac sign here.

5th House in Libra

Creative and communicative, they tend to maintain a more intellectual relationship with their children. In addition, they enjoy the relationship with their children more when they are already more independent. Learn all about the zodiac sign of Libra here.

5th House in Scorpio

Very emotional, they tend to be protective parents and somewhat possessive of their children. They are very involved in raising their children and the role of father defines their personality a lot. Learn all about the Scorpio zodiac sign here.

5th house in Sagittarius

Generous and optimistic, they tend to have a very close relationship with their children, because they are passionate about their offspring and the feeling is usually reciprocal. Learn all about the Sagittarius zodiac sign here.

5th house in Capricorn

They are very dedicated to taking care of their own children, but are not usually very affectionate. They always offer the best possible education and the best conditions for their development. Learn all about Capricorn zodiac sign here.

5th house in Aquarius

Having children may not be among your priorities, but if you do, you’ll get along better with them when they’re adults and can follow rules. Learn all about the sign of Aquarius here.

5th house in Pisces

The type of person who may have several children and will possibly have a deeply loving, almost idealized, relationship with them. Learn all about the Pisces zodiac sign here.

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– Astrologer for more than 15 years and psychologist, she works as a collaborator in Astrology for several magazines and has works published in several countries. She offers astrological services.

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The Astral Map is a deep analysis about you. Among the many features it reveals is how is (or will be) the father of each sign and what relationship you will have with your children throughout life.

But before you think about your sun sign, know that the placement that reveals these characteristics related to fatherhood (and motherhood too) is the House 5 of the Map. In addition, it shows your creative brand, how you deal with sports and hobbies and how you enjoy life.

When it comes to the father of each sign, it is clear that the ideal would be to evaluate other data from the astrological mandala, but it is possible to identify some trends and understand the relationship with children from a brief interpretation of this placement.

How to Know What Kind of Parent You Are (or Will Be)

Everyone has the 5th house in the birth chart. You can see that your birth chart (make yours here for free) has a mandala divided into 12 parts. See which sign your 5th house starts with. In the video below, learn to see the houses in your birth chart:

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Now, see what house sign in the 5th house means. To understand more deeply, also see if you have planets in this house and read your complete birth chart.

5th house in Aries

Fun and impulsive, they tend to have few children, as they love their freedom and independence above all else. When they become parents, however, they are often very generous. Learn all about the sign of Aries here.

5th house in Taurus

Stable and constant, they are usually very present in the routine of their own children. Very loving, they work hard to offer a life in which they lack nothing, both materially and emotionally. Learn all about the zodiac sign of Taurus here.

5th house in Gemini

Very intelligent and intellectual, they tend to explain all their whys to their children and talk to their children a lot, especially when they are old enough to understand. Learn all about the Gemini zodiac sign here.

5th house in Cancer

Very affectionate, they have a keen paternal instinct, but they may have difficulty channeling the love they feel for their children, especially due to emotional instability. Learn all about the Cancer zodiac sign here.

5th house in Leo

Dramatic, they are parents who love to be surrounded by their children and need to be proud of them. They just have to be careful not to project their unfulfilled dreams onto them. Find out all about the zodiac sign of Leo here.

5th house in Virgo

Of a peaceful nature, they tend to be very present in their children’s routine, detailed in caring for them and demanding about their performance. Learn all about the Virgo zodiac sign here.

5th House in Libra

Creative and communicative, they tend to maintain a more intellectual relationship with their children. In addition, they enjoy the relationship with their children more when they are already more independent. Learn all about the zodiac sign of Libra here.

5th House in Scorpio

Very emotional, they tend to be protective parents and somewhat possessive of their children. They are very involved in raising their children and the role of father defines their personality a lot. Learn all about the Scorpio zodiac sign here.

5th house in Sagittarius

Generous and optimistic, they tend to have a very close relationship with their children, because they are passionate about their offspring and the feeling is usually reciprocal. Learn all about the Sagittarius zodiac sign here.

5th house in Capricorn

They are very dedicated to taking care of their own children, but are not usually very affectionate. They always offer the best possible education and the best conditions for their development. Learn all about Capricorn zodiac sign here.

5th house in Aquarius

Having children may not be among your priorities, but if you do, you’ll get along better with them when they’re adults and can follow rules. Learn all about the sign of Aquarius here.

5th house in Pisces

The type of person who may have several children and will possibly have a deeply loving, almost idealized, relationship with them. Learn all about the Pisces zodiac sign here.

The post Father’s Day: What Kind of Dad Are You (or Will You Be) According to Your Birth Chart appeared first on Personare.

Marcia Fervienza (info@marciafervienza.com)

– Astrologer for more than 15 years and psychologist, she works as a collaborator in Astrology for several magazines and has works published in several countries. She offers astrological services.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660305219) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(107) "Claudio Garella died, the historic goalkeeper champion of Italy with Verona and Naples: he was 67 years old" ["link"]=> string(131) "https://movs.world/sport/claudio-garella-died-the-historic-goalkeeper-champion-of-italy-with-verona-and-naples-he-was-67-years-old/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 12 Aug 2022 11:47:38 +0000" ["category"]=> string(107) "sportchampionClaudioclaudio garelladiedGarellagoalkeeperhistoricItalylast hourNaplesNapoliSoccerVeronayears" ["guid"]=> string(131) "https://movs.world/sport/claudio-garella-died-the-historic-goalkeeper-champion-of-italy-with-verona-and-naples-he-was-67-years-old/" ["description"]=> string(784) "Claudio Garella is died in the night. The historic goalkeeper, champion of Italy with Verona e Napoli, he was 67 years old. He died of heart problems following surgery. Claudio has left us #Garella. Our greeting.#HVFC #HelloGarellik https://t.co/IH1c2CEbzM — Hellas Verona FC (@HellasVeronaFC) August 12, 2022 Who was Claudio Garella Garella was born in Turin ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3907) "

Claudio Garella is died in the night. The historic goalkeeper, champion of Italy with Verona e Napoli, he was 67 years old. He died of heart problems following surgery.

Who was Claudio Garella

Garella was born in Turin on May 16, 1955, where he began playing in the grenade youth teams. Nicknamed “Garellik”, he was famous above all for his kicking with his feet, to the point that the lawyer Gianni Agnelli called him “the only goalkeeper who saved without hands”. With Verona he was champion of Italy in 1985 and managed to repeat himself two years later with Napoli, where together with Maradona he also won an Italian Cup. In Rome he is remembered for an incredible match against the Giallorossi at the Olimpico, in which he managed to save the impossible. He has also played, with less success, in Turin, Sampdoria, Lazio and Udinese.

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The farewell of Verona

In a statement published on its website, Verona greeted Garelli as follows: “Authentic symbol of the first Verona led by Osvaldo Bagnoli, Garella wore the yellow-blue colors from 1981 to 1985, defending the Hellas goal throughout the triumphal ride that began from the 1981/82 Serie B victory, continued with the qualification in the UEFA Cup in 1982/83 and culminating with the victory of the Scudetto in 1984/85, of which Claudio was the undisputed protagonist. His numbers will remain extraordinary and unrepeatable: just 143 goals conceded in 157 appearances, 4 of which in the 1983/84 EUFA Cup and another 4 in the double matches of the Coppa Italia final reached by Verona 1982/83 and 1983/84. But what will remain forever in the minds of those who saw him play and in the imagination of those who only later knew – for age reasons – the sporting feats, is the absolutely unique style of defense of their goal, with atypical and atypical saves. at the same time very effective. A style that earned him the nickname ‘Garellik’. A real idol for a generation of Veronese fans and, more generally, for all fans of Italian football. The President Setti and the whole Club gather around the family in this moment of mourning ».


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" } ["summary"]=> string(784) "Claudio Garella is died in the night. The historic goalkeeper, champion of Italy with Verona e Napoli, he was 67 years old. He died of heart problems following surgery. Claudio has left us #Garella. Our greeting.#HVFC #HelloGarellik https://t.co/IH1c2CEbzM — Hellas Verona FC (@HellasVeronaFC) August 12, 2022 Who was Claudio Garella Garella was born in Turin ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3907) "

Claudio Garella is died in the night. The historic goalkeeper, champion of Italy with Verona e Napoli, he was 67 years old. He died of heart problems following surgery.

Who was Claudio Garella

Garella was born in Turin on May 16, 1955, where he began playing in the grenade youth teams. Nicknamed “Garellik”, he was famous above all for his kicking with his feet, to the point that the lawyer Gianni Agnelli called him “the only goalkeeper who saved without hands”. With Verona he was champion of Italy in 1985 and managed to repeat himself two years later with Napoli, where together with Maradona he also won an Italian Cup. In Rome he is remembered for an incredible match against the Giallorossi at the Olimpico, in which he managed to save the impossible. He has also played, with less success, in Turin, Sampdoria, Lazio and Udinese.

Overwhelmed by a truck while on vacation in Barcelona, ​​Bergamo died at the age of 26. Friends: “A cruel fate”

The farewell of Verona

In a statement published on its website, Verona greeted Garelli as follows: “Authentic symbol of the first Verona led by Osvaldo Bagnoli, Garella wore the yellow-blue colors from 1981 to 1985, defending the Hellas goal throughout the triumphal ride that began from the 1981/82 Serie B victory, continued with the qualification in the UEFA Cup in 1982/83 and culminating with the victory of the Scudetto in 1984/85, of which Claudio was the undisputed protagonist. His numbers will remain extraordinary and unrepeatable: just 143 goals conceded in 157 appearances, 4 of which in the 1983/84 EUFA Cup and another 4 in the double matches of the Coppa Italia final reached by Verona 1982/83 and 1983/84. But what will remain forever in the minds of those who saw him play and in the imagination of those who only later knew – for age reasons – the sporting feats, is the absolutely unique style of defense of their goal, with atypical and atypical saves. at the same time very effective. A style that earned him the nickname ‘Garellik’. A real idol for a generation of Veronese fans and, more generally, for all fans of Italian football. The President Setti and the whole Club gather around the family in this moment of mourning ».


Last update: Friday 12 August 2022, 1:30 pm


© REPRODUCTION RESERVED

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660304262) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(96) "How Ian ‘Harold’ Smith started the careers of Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Margot Robbie" ["link"]=> string(122) "https://movs.world/movie-actors/how-ian-harold-smith-started-the-careers-of-kylie-minogue-jason-donovan-and-margot-robbie/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 12 Aug 2022 11:34:57 +0000" ["category"]=> string(120) "Movie ActorscareersdailymailDonovanHaroldIanJasonKylieKylie MinogueMargotmargot robbieMinogueRobbieSmithstartedtvshowbiz" ["guid"]=> string(122) "https://movs.world/movie-actors/how-ian-harold-smith-started-the-careers-of-kylie-minogue-jason-donovan-and-margot-robbie/" ["description"]=> string(778) "How one phone call from Neighbours star Ian ‘Harold’ Smith led to the careers of Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Margot Robbie By Bridie Pearson-jones For Daily Mail Australia Published: 10:12, 11 August 2022 | Updated: 10:13, 11 August 2022 Neighbours has been credited as launching the career of some of Australia’s biggest international stars, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(12233) "

How one phone call from Neighbours star Ian ‘Harold’ Smith led to the careers of Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Margot Robbie

Neighbours has been credited as launching the career of some of Australia’s biggest international stars, including Margot Robbie and Kylie Minogue.

But their careers may have never taken off if it wasn’t for a phone call from Ramsay Street’s lovable café owner Harold Bishop, played by Ian Smith.

Smith, 83, who first starred in the soap in 1987, convinced casting director Jan Russ to join the show.

Neighbours has been credited with launching some of Australia’s biggest international stars, including Margot Robbie and Kylie Minogue. But their careers may have never taken off if it wasn’t for a phone call from Ramsay Street’s lovable café owner Harold Bishop, played by Ian Smith (pictured)

Russ was the brains behind casting many famous faces including  Russell Crowe, Alan Dale, Liam Hemsworth, Jason Donovan, Guy Pearce, Margot Robbie, Kylie Minogue, Jesse Spencer, Natalie Imbruglia, Craig McLachlan, Holly Valance and more.

Russ was working at Crawford Productions when she received a call from Ian, who was writing on Prisoner at the time, she told TV Tonight. 

He would become integral in luring her over to Grundy’s.

Jan later received a phone call from Neighbours creator Reg Watson about his newest script idea, originally called Living Together, which went on to become the cult Aussie soap. 

Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan on Neighbours

Margot Robbie on Neighbours

Russ was the brains behind casting many famous faces including Russell Crowe, Alan Dale, Liam Hemsworth, Jason Donovan, Guy Pearce, Margot Robbie, Kylie Minogue, Jesse Spencer, Natalie Imbruglia, Craig McLachlan, Holly Valance and more.

Neighbours stalwart Ian Smith has been outspoken about the effect on Neighbours on Australian TV industry, earlier saying the government should have saved the axed soap and used it as a ‘school for actors and writers’.

The soap aired its final episode on July 28 after it was cancelled when the UK’s Channel 5 decided not to renew its contract with production company Fremantle to finance and broadcast the series.

‘I think the Australian government should have bought it, put it on the ABC and used it as a living, working school for actors, writers and cameramen and put it to air as such,’ Smith told the Courier Mail. 

Neighbours stalwart Ian Smith has been outspoken about the effect on Neighbours on Australian TV industry, earlier saying the government should have saved the axed soap and used it as a 'school for actors and writers'. Pictured: Margot Robbie as Donna Freedman and Jackie Woodburne as Susan Kennedy on the show

Neighbours stalwart Ian Smith has been outspoken about the effect on Neighbours on Australian TV industry, earlier saying the government should have saved the axed soap and used it as a ‘school for actors and writers’. Pictured: Margot Robbie as Donna Freedman and Jackie Woodburne as Susan Kennedy on the show

He added that the drama has been a great training for up-and-coming Aussie talent on and off the screen and its cancellation will be a huge loss to the country’s entertainment industry.

Harold was killed off on the soap when he was swept out to sea in 2008.

However, he made a shock return to Erinsborough five years later, declaring he’d suffered from amnesia, with Helen Daniels running into him by chance while browsing in a Salvation Army shop

Holly Valance in the show

Neighbours' Scott Michaelson and Natalie Imbruglia

Stars including Holly Vallance (left) and Natalie Imbruglia (right) started their careers on the show

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" } ["summary"]=> string(778) "How one phone call from Neighbours star Ian ‘Harold’ Smith led to the careers of Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Margot Robbie By Bridie Pearson-jones For Daily Mail Australia Published: 10:12, 11 August 2022 | Updated: 10:13, 11 August 2022 Neighbours has been credited as launching the career of some of Australia’s biggest international stars, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(12233) "

How one phone call from Neighbours star Ian ‘Harold’ Smith led to the careers of Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Margot Robbie

Neighbours has been credited as launching the career of some of Australia’s biggest international stars, including Margot Robbie and Kylie Minogue.

But their careers may have never taken off if it wasn’t for a phone call from Ramsay Street’s lovable café owner Harold Bishop, played by Ian Smith.

Smith, 83, who first starred in the soap in 1987, convinced casting director Jan Russ to join the show.

Neighbours has been credited with launching some of Australia’s biggest international stars, including Margot Robbie and Kylie Minogue. But their careers may have never taken off if it wasn’t for a phone call from Ramsay Street’s lovable café owner Harold Bishop, played by Ian Smith (pictured)

Russ was the brains behind casting many famous faces including  Russell Crowe, Alan Dale, Liam Hemsworth, Jason Donovan, Guy Pearce, Margot Robbie, Kylie Minogue, Jesse Spencer, Natalie Imbruglia, Craig McLachlan, Holly Valance and more.

Russ was working at Crawford Productions when she received a call from Ian, who was writing on Prisoner at the time, she told TV Tonight. 

He would become integral in luring her over to Grundy’s.

Jan later received a phone call from Neighbours creator Reg Watson about his newest script idea, originally called Living Together, which went on to become the cult Aussie soap. 

Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan on Neighbours

Margot Robbie on Neighbours

Russ was the brains behind casting many famous faces including Russell Crowe, Alan Dale, Liam Hemsworth, Jason Donovan, Guy Pearce, Margot Robbie, Kylie Minogue, Jesse Spencer, Natalie Imbruglia, Craig McLachlan, Holly Valance and more.

Neighbours stalwart Ian Smith has been outspoken about the effect on Neighbours on Australian TV industry, earlier saying the government should have saved the axed soap and used it as a ‘school for actors and writers’.

The soap aired its final episode on July 28 after it was cancelled when the UK’s Channel 5 decided not to renew its contract with production company Fremantle to finance and broadcast the series.

‘I think the Australian government should have bought it, put it on the ABC and used it as a living, working school for actors, writers and cameramen and put it to air as such,’ Smith told the Courier Mail. 

Neighbours stalwart Ian Smith has been outspoken about the effect on Neighbours on Australian TV industry, earlier saying the government should have saved the axed soap and used it as a 'school for actors and writers'. Pictured: Margot Robbie as Donna Freedman and Jackie Woodburne as Susan Kennedy on the show

Neighbours stalwart Ian Smith has been outspoken about the effect on Neighbours on Australian TV industry, earlier saying the government should have saved the axed soap and used it as a ‘school for actors and writers’. Pictured: Margot Robbie as Donna Freedman and Jackie Woodburne as Susan Kennedy on the show

He added that the drama has been a great training for up-and-coming Aussie talent on and off the screen and its cancellation will be a huge loss to the country’s entertainment industry.

Harold was killed off on the soap when he was swept out to sea in 2008.

However, he made a shock return to Erinsborough five years later, declaring he’d suffered from amnesia, with Helen Daniels running into him by chance while browsing in a Salvation Army shop

Holly Valance in the show

Neighbours' Scott Michaelson and Natalie Imbruglia

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1660304097) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(79) "Giorgia Meloni, the leader of the Italian far right, in search of normalization" ["link"]=> string(111) "https://movs.world/international/giorgia-meloni-the-leader-of-the-italian-far-right-in-search-of-normalization/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 12 Aug 2022 10:56:48 +0000" ["category"]=> string(58) "InternationalGiorgiaItalianleaderMeloniNormalizationsearch" ["guid"]=> string(111) "https://movs.world/international/giorgia-meloni-the-leader-of-the-italian-far-right-in-search-of-normalization/" ["description"]=> string(688) "Giorgia Meloni, leader of Fratelli d’Italia and the extreme right, in Rome on July 28, 2022. ROBERTO MONALDO / AP While Giorgia Meloni has never seemed so close to winning the next Italian legislative elections on September 25, the seduction operation seems to be underway for the leader of the Fratelli d’Italia party, leader of ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4940) "

While Giorgia Meloni has never seemed so close to winning the next Italian legislative elections on September 25, the seduction operation seems to be underway for the leader of the Fratelli d’Italia party, leader of the right-wing coalition, which also brings together the League of Matteo Salvini and supporters of Silvio Berlusconi from Forza Italia. For the far-right manager, the company is going through a necessary de-demonization exercise, the first act of which could be this video published on social networks, Wednesday August 10.

Distributed above all to journalists from the foreign press, this sequence, recorded behind a sober glass desk, and declaimed in three languages ​​(French, English and Spanish) seeks above all to give European stature to the 45-year-old Roman, who aspires to become the first woman to lead Italy. “For several days I have been reading articles in the international press about the upcoming elections that will give Italy a new government, in which I am described as a danger to democracy, to Italian, European and international stability”, she says, facing the camera. Criticisms that she sweeps away by insisting on the change operated according to her by her camp. “Decades ago, the Italian right relegated fascism to history, condemning without ambiguity the deprivation of democracy and the infamous anti-Jewish laws”she assures.

sulphurous past

This declaration wishes to put an end to the heavy past to bear for the leader of a distant formation heiress of the neo-fascist party, Italian Social Movement (MSI), including Fratelli d’Italia kept the tricolor flame as its emblem. It echoes in particular the congress of Fiuggi, in Lazio, which, in January 1995, marked the dissolution of the MSI. “The political right is not the daughter of fascism”, then launched from the platform Gianfranco Fini, leader of the new National Alliance party. Today, Meloni’s strategy consists in dismissing totalitarianisms back to back. Thus, in her video, she expresses her “condemnation of nazism and communism, the only totalitarian ideologies of the twentiethe century, still in power in some countries, surviving its tragic failures, and which the left struggles to condemn”.

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In her irresistible rise to power, the leader of the right-wing coalition must still get rid of a sulphurous past. Her comments in the video contrast with the ambiguity that she has maintained until recently. Thus, in October 2021, during the ransacking, in Rome, of the headquarters of the CGIL (the largest Italian trade union) by fascist groups of the New Order, Giorgia Meloni refused to clearly condemn the symbolic and political significance, explaining “not knowing the matrix” of these acts.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(688) "Giorgia Meloni, leader of Fratelli d’Italia and the extreme right, in Rome on July 28, 2022. ROBERTO MONALDO / AP While Giorgia Meloni has never seemed so close to winning the next Italian legislative elections on September 25, the seduction operation seems to be underway for the leader of the Fratelli d’Italia party, leader of ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4940) "

While Giorgia Meloni has never seemed so close to winning the next Italian legislative elections on September 25, the seduction operation seems to be underway for the leader of the Fratelli d’Italia party, leader of the right-wing coalition, which also brings together the League of Matteo Salvini and supporters of Silvio Berlusconi from Forza Italia. For the far-right manager, the company is going through a necessary de-demonization exercise, the first act of which could be this video published on social networks, Wednesday August 10.

Distributed above all to journalists from the foreign press, this sequence, recorded behind a sober glass desk, and declaimed in three languages ​​(French, English and Spanish) seeks above all to give European stature to the 45-year-old Roman, who aspires to become the first woman to lead Italy. “For several days I have been reading articles in the international press about the upcoming elections that will give Italy a new government, in which I am described as a danger to democracy, to Italian, European and international stability”, she says, facing the camera. Criticisms that she sweeps away by insisting on the change operated according to her by her camp. “Decades ago, the Italian right relegated fascism to history, condemning without ambiguity the deprivation of democracy and the infamous anti-Jewish laws”she assures.

sulphurous past

This declaration wishes to put an end to the heavy past to bear for the leader of a distant formation heiress of the neo-fascist party, Italian Social Movement (MSI), including Fratelli d’Italia kept the tricolor flame as its emblem. It echoes in particular the congress of Fiuggi, in Lazio, which, in January 1995, marked the dissolution of the MSI. “The political right is not the daughter of fascism”, then launched from the platform Gianfranco Fini, leader of the new National Alliance party. Today, Meloni’s strategy consists in dismissing totalitarianisms back to back. Thus, in her video, she expresses her “condemnation of nazism and communism, the only totalitarian ideologies of the twentiethe century, still in power in some countries, surviving its tragic failures, and which the left struggles to condemn”.

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In her irresistible rise to power, the leader of the right-wing coalition must still get rid of a sulphurous past. Her comments in the video contrast with the ambiguity that she has maintained until recently. Thus, in October 2021, during the ransacking, in Rome, of the headquarters of the CGIL (the largest Italian trade union) by fascist groups of the New Order, Giorgia Meloni refused to clearly condemn the symbolic and political significance, explaining “not knowing the matrix” of these acts.

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