Muchos aún no saben ¿Qué es un Juego de Escape?🤔 En pocas palabras te encerramos a ti junto con tus amigos en una habitación 🔐🚪🏚de la cual deberán resolver una serie de acertijos/enigmas para lograr escapar en menos de 60 minutos⏳Bajo este concepto cada juego de escape está ambientada según su historia y misión. La clave está en descubrir y descifrar la combinación para abrir todos los candados que hay, esto permite encontrar todas las piezas y pistas para decifrar como abrir la puerta principal para escapar.
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Masoom Zainab: Qasoorwar Kon? | By Younus AlGohar https://youtu.be/rEz93ZAzMzA
CEO of Mehdi Foundation International, Younus AlGohar, reacts to the recent horrific, barbaric crime carried out against an innocent 7-year-old, Zainab, in Qasur, Pakistan.
Who must be held accountable for the hundreds of children in Qasur who are victimised in this inhumane way day in and day out? Who is responsible for the widespread child abuse suffered by innocents all across Pakistan?
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[NEW REVIEW] "Split" (2016) ⭐⭐☆☆☆ .
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Runtime: 116 minutes .
The first thing I have to say about this film is how fantastic an actor James McAvoy actually is. The amount of different characters he had to play one after the other through the simplest and sometimes subtlest of changes in posture, expressions, accent, was something to see.
After watching the film and then reading back over plot point explanations (I finished it feeling very confused) I have come to the conclusion that as good a film as it is, it’s much too over-complicated than it needs to be. There was just so much going on, so many backstories, so many psychological reasons for this and that. I get that childhood trauma can have a big impact on our future selves but there’s a place called stop. At least it provided a solid explanation for everything that happened.
As it turns out, not to give things away, but one of the biggest plot twists at the end was based on another of M Night Shyamalan’s film “Unbreakable”. I’ve never seen this film so the big plot twist went completely over my head. If this film was supposed to be something related to that film, then surely that’s what should be stated during its advertisements? I’m sure there was a way of slipping that in without giving the twist away. At least then those of us who haven’t seen “Unbreakable” could go and watch that before watching “Split” and have some iota what big shocker was going down unbeknownst to us.
To be honest this film underwhelmed me. Interesting concept, fleshed out to the nines perhaps but solid enough basis for a story. It had the potential to be something far more edge-of-your-seat tense. I think it just lost its way somewhere somehow. James McAvoy really is the best thing about the film. The man is chameleon. He makes the film as engaging and watchable as it is and it is for his performance that it will be remembered .