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Home Theater System Review: Bose Lifestyle T20

Choosing a packaged home theater system often means compromising on sound quality or design in favor of getting something that's easy to put together. With the Bose Lifestyle T20 home theater system, this isn't the case. Bose pride themselves on sleek design, top quality audio, and components that are easy to put together and use. Unfortunately, however, all of this does come at a price. The question is: is the Bose Lifestyle T20 worth it? Bose Lifestyle T20 Key Specifications RRP: $2000 Speaker Setup: 5.1 Wireless Subwoofer? No HDMI Inputs: 4 3D Passthrough? Yes Average Amazon.com Rating: 4.3 Benefits Of The Bose Lifestyle T20 Sound Quality: A number of key elements go into recreating the kind of sound that you'd usually experience in a movie theater so that you can enjoy it at home. You'll get the true surround sound experience thanks to Bose's patented Direct/Reflecting speakers, and excellent low-frequency sounds with an unobtrusive subwoofer. Getting the system to sound right is easy, too, thanks t...


Review: V-MODA Crossfade LP2 Noise-Isolating Headphones

Headphones have grown tremendously in popularity over the last few years, and there are now quite a few major brands offering high quality products. The V-MODA Crossfade LP2 headphones lie at the higher-end of the headphone spectrum, aimed not only at amateur audiophiles but professional DJs and production workers too. Finding itself in competition with popular choices like the BEATS Pro from Dr. Dre and the SMS Sync from 50 Cent the Crossfade LP2 has its work cut out. So, how does it stand up? Let’s find out. Key Specs For The V-MODA Crossfade LP2 RRP: $199.99 Year Of Release: 2011 Battery Powered? No Wireless? No Noise Canceling? Yes Weight: 1.8 lbs V-MODA Crossfade LP2: The Pros Sound Quality: The most important thing about any audio equipment is, naturally, the sound quality produced. Quality can vary enormously even among top-end products. This is made more complicated by the various aspects of sound quality – bass, mid and treble. Some products deliver very well on one or two of the...


Movie Review: Shrek the Third

This is the second sequel (and third movie in the series) to the popular computer generated animation movie that was made famous by the voice talents of Mike Meyers (Shrek), Eddie Murphy (Donkey) and Cameron Diaz (Fiona). They return in this sequel to provide the same endearing personalities to their characters on the big screen in the latest Shrek adventure movie. Mike Meyers reprises his voice role as Shrek the swamp-loving Ogre, who shows there’s more to him than what one sees on the outside. He continues to give Shrek a humorous personality, which a stereotypical Ogre wouldn’t normally have. This brings a new life to an Ogre and shows kids that you can be liked no matter what you have on the outside. Eddie Murphy is back once again in the voice role of Donkey, the ever loving sidekick to Shrek. Eddie’s talents enable us to view Donkey as not only the annoying pest who pried his way into Shrek’s life, but also as a humorous character who ultimately was able to break through S...


Movie Review: Spiderman 3

Spiderman 3 is the newest Spidey adventure to meet the big screen. This movie, based on the popular Spiderman comics, brings more action and adventure to an ever-waiting audience. Everyone’s favorite red superhero is back and he’s brought an alter ego with him. Tobey Maguire returns to the role of Spiderman. He brings the character back to life, but this time he delivers a little more with the alter ego Black Spiderman. Peter Parker, who is Spiderman, realizes that he now has this alternative side to the superhero residing in him. When he dons the black suit, his powers are beyond his amazement, but they come at a price. The black suit also brings out the evil inconsiderate side to Spiderman, which Peter ultimately decides he doesn’t want to be. He struggles, not only with his enemies, but also with his inner self to gain control of his thoughts and actions. Kirsten Dunst returns as Mary Jane Watson, Peter Parker’s girlfriend. Kirsten continues to bring the right amount of...


Movie Review: Bug

Bug is an American film based on the popular Bug play written by Tracy Letts. It deals with issues of domestic violence, paranoia, schizophrenia and secret governmental experiments with a new horror-filled twist. Ashley Judd plays the waitress in this movie that lives in fear of her abusive ex-husband who is inadvertently let out of jail. She meets up with a new lover who instills conspiracy theories in her which escalates her fears. Ashley brings this character to life and makes the audience wonder what is real and what is just plain madness. Harry Connick, Jr. brings his talents to the role of Ashley’s ex-husband. He brings a new side of his acting talents to the movie screen playing a violent, evil-minded character versus the softer-sided roles he’s played in the past. Michael Shannon bursts into the movie reprising the role he made popular with the play version of Bug. He brings the necessary qualities to make his courteous and gentle character believable to the audience. His acting abi...


Movie Review: Pirates of the Caribbean at World’s End

At World’s End is the third part of the Pirates of the Caribbean movie series. The main characters are brought back to life by the original stars from the first part of the series. Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley and Geoffrey Rush are back to play the roles that have made the movie series as popular as it is. Johnny Depp brings a new twist to his role of Captain Jack Sparrow, the charismatic pirate. He keeps the audience on the edge of their seats, wondering whether or not he’s playing the role of good pirate or bad pirate. In the last movie of the series, Jack Sparrow surprises everyone by coming back from the dead in time to embark on this new treacherous sea faring journey. Orlando Bloom is back in his role of Will Turner, the blacksmith apprentice who set out on the journey of a lifetime in the first part of the series, where he found out that his father was an infamous pirate. He continues to bring the same precise sword fighting we saw in the first two parts of the Pirates...


Movie Review: Waitress

Waitress is a romantic comedy that tells the tale of a small town southern waitress who wants nothing more than to leave her husband and her unhappy marriage. This flick stars Keri Russell (Jenna), Jeremy Sisto (Earl) and Nathan Fillion (Dr. Pomatter). This film starts out building up the story line explaining how miserable Jenna is in her marriage to Earl. Keri plays the part well by bringing innocence to Jenna, who works hard for her money only to have it taken away by her ungrateful husband. Keri plays the character up by bringing lighthearted humor to Jenna who was leading a life that led nowhere. She brings this character up a notch from her famous TV character, Felicity. Jeremy Sisto who plays Earl, Jenna’s husband, brings yet another perfect performance as the controlling husband to Jenna. He has the gift of acting flexibility, which enables him to bring whatever is needed for a character and make it believable. He takes his character and makes the audience want to hate him for how he treats...


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