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Sam Mendes' one-take WWI extravaganza finally started screening a few days ago, and the reactions agree that the movie, about two English soldiers crossing enemy territory to send a message that will stop a massive ambush, is very thrilling and has it's fair share of emotions. Impressive war movies are like catnip to the old members of the Academy, and if they are not too distracted with Scorsese and Tarantino, we could be looking at nominations for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography (Roger Deakins, bay-bay! ), Best Production Design, Best Original Score (it's a crime that Thomas Newman hasn't won one yet), Best Sound Mixing and Best Sound Editing. There's also rumblings about the up-and-comer George MacKay being in the running for Best Actor, and some say that it even has a shot at Best Original Screenplay. This shakes up the race, without a doubt. -A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: While some movies rise, other movies start fading out. After Toronto, it seemed like Marielle Heller's Mr. Rogers dramedy would be a slam dunk for the race, but even though the raves are there and the box office results are decent, the buzz is disappearing. There's too many films fighting for attention, so non-flashy films like this one end up paying the price. The adapted screenplay and Tom Hanks' supporting performance have become the only big shots for Oscar love, but let's not forget that Tom hasn't been nominated since 2001, because of that time a witch put a curse on him or something like that. -Avengers: Endgame: After some fanboy controversy that looked a little engineered, Disney has begun the serious campaigning for Best Picture with a film by the acclaimed auteurs known as the Russo Bros, who would like for you to know that "cinema" is an elite word. Anyway, while that's definitely not happening, the Mouse House is putting a little more weight for a Best Supporting Actor nod for Robert Downey Jr's farewell portrayal of Tony Stark, and it's gonna be interesting to see if the Globes or SAG fall for that. Hey, they have important posters and everything! -Bombshell: If there's one movie that will need to jump on the hype-o-meter thanks to the Golden Globes and SAG voting bodies (the first group being some shady, easily bought foreign journalists, while the second one is made up of actors who love these kinds of movies), it's Jay Roach's expose about the abuse at Fox News. Charlize Theron's eerily accurate lead turn as Megyn Kelly is bound to get some love (although part of it comes from the "This person looks exactly like the real person, so that's automatically a great performance" factor), and Margot Robbie's portrayal of a fictional decent Fox News employee can slide in the Supporting Actress nods. Add Make-Up and Hairstyling, and those are the big shots for what critics call "the Vice of 2019". -Cats: Everybody has stopped pretending that Tom Hooper's adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's furry musical has a shot for Best Picture, but apparently Universal is rushing to get the Golden Globes voters to see the movie before the deadline. And let's be honest, it's totally possible that, no matter how it is, Cats ends up nominated for Best Comedy/Musical. You know it, I know it. Also, they still have chances for smaller Oscars, like Best Original Song, with this totally not tacked track by ALW and a suddenly British Taylor Swift. -Dark Waters: "DU PONT, YOU BASTARD!!!!! " That's what I imagine Mark Ruffalo screams in this legal thriller surprisingly directed by Todd Haynes, about the real case of a town poisoned by a neglectful corportation. While the reviews for this depressing story have been very good, and the box office release has been expanding nicely, this is a classic case of a small movie released too late. Usually this kind of movie needs dedication to build the hype, but it was screened in the middle of November in a crowded season that is rushed because the Oscar ceremony is almost a month early, so a bunch of people don't even know that this exists. Also, shoutout to the poor Anne Hathaway, who is playing The Wife here. -Dolemite Is My Name: You know who needs some Golden Globes and SAG love? Eddie Murphy. The Netflix release of the Rudy Ray Moore biopic has been a little underwhelming to build buzz, and with the streamer's interest being more devoted to The Irishman, The Two Popes and Marriage Story, the film's only chance for an Oscar nomination lives or dies on Eddie popping up in the Best Actor nods right now. -Downton Abbey: Wanna know a fun fact? This movie made 186 million dollars worldwide. That's like 581 Lucy in the Skies! In other words, we have to wonder if Julian Fellowes' big screen continuation of the TV period piece will just settle for Production Design and Costume Design awards, because there's a wild card in the Best Supporting Actress race: Maggie Smith. Everybody loves her, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see her nominated for a Globe or a SAG this season. -Ford v Ferrari: Your dad's new favorite movie has been running at full speed at the box office, grossing 143 millions worldwide in a couple of weeks and finally proving to Disney the value of Fox's big adult dramas. 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My only doubt: Will Disney still push Into the Unknown for Best Original Song, or change it to Show Yourself, which is the song people liked better after seeing the movie? -Harriet: Now that the Best Actress race is more crowded, it's getting harder for Cynthia Erivo to keep her spot in the Top 5, so she really needs those Globe and SAG nominations. -Honey Boy: After the strong reviews for Alma Har'el's directorial debut that deals with Shia LaBeouf writing the story of his troubled young fame and playing his own father, it seemed that Hollywood really wanted the Shia LaBeouf comeback. But while the film has gotten a nomination for the Spirit Awards (aka, the Indie Oscars) for Shia's performance, the box office expansion for this movie has been disappointing. 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If this doesn't get any Globes or SAG nods, it's Oscar chances are gone. -Knives Out: Benoit Blanc is in the house, and Rian Johnson's all-star whodunnit followed its months of critical praise with a big opening weekend of 70 million dollars worldwide, which is amazing news. While Lionsgate is looking at the results of the mystery comedy (that had a 40 million dollar budget) with those sequel eyes, the chances for a surprise Oscar nomination for Rian's original screenplay became louder. Take that, Youtube channels still milking "Last Jedi hurt my tricycle" videos. -Little Women: The proper reviews are out, and critics are falling over with praise for the literary adaptation, which is great for the Oscar chances of Greta Gerwig, Saoirse Ronan and Florence Pugh. 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While this movie has been overshadowed by the next film in our list, Banderas can benefit if he scores in the critics circles and gets a Globes nod (the SAG is less possible because the actors guild is... how do I put it... allergic to performances by anyone who isn't white and speaking English). -Parasite: Bong Hive, assemble. The Korean class warfare satire is a few weeks away from entering the Top 10 for box office grosses by foreign films in the US, and the critics are still showering Bong Joon-Ho with praise. While it's nearly impossible to see the film getting nominated for a SAG, the Globes will surely spread some nominations (even though the film can't compete for Best Drama or Best Comedy/Musical because of a dumb rule against foreign movies). And we have to see how the critics circle boost Bong. 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At least Clint deleted the scene where she plots with a chair for a conspiracy involving the DNC. -Rocketman: Nobody is expecting the Elton John musical biopic to get big nominations at the Oscars, but you just know that Taron Egerton will be happy to get that Golden Globes love and smile his face off on TV. -The Farewell: As the race becomes more crowded, Lulu Wang's culture clash dramedy has to keep popping up, and A24 has been grinding with this one, even bringing out Zhao Shushen to campaign. The Spirit Awards boosted the film with nods for Best Picture, Best Actress for Awkwafina (who now goes around in some campaigning spots using her real name, Nora Lum), and Best Supporting Actress for Zhao. Now, it has to contend the rules of the Globes (because the movie features Chinese in most of the dialogue, it's classified as foreign, so it can't compete for Best Drama or Best Comedy/Musical) and the preferences of the SAG. -The Irishman: Martin Scorsese's epic and heartbreaking goodbye to the gangsters of his youth is out to the world, and people have been talking... mostly, about how to watch it. Apparently, everybody is cool with downing a Stranger Things season in a day or watching the second hour of Ant-Man trying to eat a taco with the Hulk, but three and a half hours for Jimmy Hoffa's pal ruminating about death are suddenly too much. Kids these days. I'm kidding, but the reaction to Marty's epic goes from praise from some to disdain and "ok, boomer" reactions from people hurt by his MCU comments or ready to launch thinkpieces about a movie that actually takes the glamour out of the mob life. That could prove fatal by the end. -The Lighthouse: While the Spirits gave several nods to Robert Eggers' spooky old timey cabin fever tale, the Globes and SAG nominations are the true tests of the only big chance for this movie, the "supporting" role of Willem Dafoe. -The Report: Did you know that this movie is on Amazon right now? It got ignored by the Spirit awards, and it seems unlikely that the Globes and the SAGs remember that this movie about Adam Driver (who is busy campaigning for Marriage Story and spraying Reylo shippers out of his yard) dealing with the tortures in the Iraq War exists. Sorry Annette Bening, better luck next time. -The Two Popes: IT'S TIME FOR THE POPES TO PLAY. After months of hearing reports of old people being delighted by the popal clash, we'll see if Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins can charm their way to some Globes and SAG nods. 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Australia's hardline policy of turning back boats has largely stemmed the flow of vessels, but some still try to make the journey A lengthy court battle between former Conservative Party leader Colin Craig and Jordan Williams is over. The Taxpayers' Union director has apologised to Craig and offered to pay compensation after admitting making false allegations. Political reporter Barry Soper broke the story before the 2014 general election. He says five year later, Williams can't compete with Craig's long pockets, so the only way out was to offer and apology and close the case once and for all. The apology means the retrial of Williams' case accusing Craig of defamation won't go ahead. Police have given the all-clear to Otago Boys' High after a threat was made on the first day of exams. Students were earlier told not to turn up to exams, or to check the Facebook page to see if it had been moved to another school. Police have now lifted cordons, after a sweep of the grounds found nothing of concern. Police will remain at the school for the next few hours to provide reassurance. Canberra and Wellington have refused to explain why the state did not prevent Tarrant’s attack despite his many public statements voicing hatred of immigrants, Muslims and socialists, including threats of violence. The New Zealand police and government insist that Tarrant flew “under the radar” and acted alone, despite his claims that he interacted with many extreme nationalist groups and had received a “blessing” for his attack from Norwegian far-right terrorist Anders Behring Breivik. “Four Corners” reporter Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop posed the question: “How did [Tarrant] manage to fly completely under the radar while planning a mass murder? ” His report suggested that police and intelligence agencies had “underestimated” the threat of white supremacist attacks because they were focused on Islamic extremism; and that they are “drastically underfunded. ” Neither of these explanations stands up to scrutiny. As the “Four Corners” program itself noted, there have been numerous warnings about far-right extremism in Australia and New Zealand, and Christchurch has for decades been known as a centre of neo-Nazi activity. There have been numerous acts of harassment, intimidation and threats against the city’s Muslim community, including the Al-Noor mosque targeted by Tarrant. In 2016 neo-Nazi Philip Arps was fined $800 for delivering a box of pigs’ heads to the mosque. Police have not explained why they did nothing to protect the mosque following this very clear threat. The British High Commissioner should be withdrawn over her factually incorrect meddling in our 250-year national celebration, Hobson’s Pledge spokesman Don Brash said today.   British High Commissioner Laura Clarke said: “What we did today, really acknowledged, perhaps properly for the first time, that nine people and nine ancestors were killed in those first meetings between Captain Cook and New Zealand Maori, and that is not how any of us would have wanted those first encounters to have happened. ” The High Commissioner may or may not be aware that the 250-year celebration of visits by Captain James Cook, as well as of the Polynesian navigators who visited here, has become politicised with racist allegations against Cook, ” Dr Brash said. “She acknowledged Cook’s regret over the deaths but failed to acknowledge that he recorded four or five deaths at Gisborne, as recorded in Cook’s diary, instead inflating the number to nine, ” he said. “Unwittingly, the British High Commissioner sided with activists and helped them score a major propaganda point, ” Dr Brash said. “The suggestion that Maori are labouring under any type of pain or hardship as a result of Captain Cook’s arrival has no foundation, ” he said. “The protests suddenly appeared when plans for the 250th anniversary were revealed. The platform was created and the protesters appeared, ” Dr Brash said. In 1642, Maori greeted Tasman’s crew by killing four and eating one of them. Will there be an expression of regret to the Dutch? he said.  The British Government should butt out of New Zealand race relations, he said. The report cited the allocation of shares in the commercial fishery as an example with a claim that the settlement iwi rights to fishery quota increased the value of quota by about 45 percent through removing residual uncertainty about the entitlement to fish. Of course, a fair allocation of New Zealand’s commercial fisheries quota would have been to all New Zealanders, as would a fair allocation of water rights, although such concepts are kept well away from any discussion of rights allocations. When the Sapere report was released, the Government would not move from its official position of no national settlement on water rights. Addressing the assertion of iwi rights and interests in fresh water formed a substantial part of an Environment Ministry’s February 2016 discussion document titled Next Steps for Fresh Water. This document introduced the terms “Te Mana o te Wai”, which sets principles proposed for the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management, and “Mana whakahono a rohe”, which provides for iwi to enter into agreements with councils on how Maori can better participate in decisions on fresh water. Both concepts were written into law through the Resource Legislation Amendment Act passed on April 6, 2017. This Act forces all councils throughout New Zealand into power-sharing agreements with local iwi.  Tradable water rights surfaced in discussion again with the emergence of opposition to exporting bottled water to China for no charge. An Ashburton group called Bung The Bore led by Jen Branje spearheaded the movement that drew much support from people in Havelock North, after a deadly water contamination there in 2016 forced many to buy bottled water. Freshwater Iwi Leader Group technical adviser Tina Porou’s statement that iwi leaders are focussing on water responsibilities and use, mentioned earlier, diverts attention from the group’s detailed justification for water ownership, circulated two years ago, which demanded: Transfer of title to river and lake beds and the water column to tribal in fresh water consistent with Waitangi Tribunal aranteed of allocation of fresh water for all marae and marae water infrastructure for maraes and marae participation at all levels of fresh water decision-making. A $1-billion capacity-building involvement in resource consents or an allocation of tradeable water rights. However, the Resource Legislation Amendment Act implements the demand for tribal decision making on water and involvement in resource consents. The Freshwater Iwi Leaders Group appears to be proceeding within that framework, adding the new term Te Mana o te Wai to their public comments. As a matter of interest, iwi water rights claimants routinely ignore 19th century sale and purchase deeds which show that the chiefs sold the water, along with rivers, lakes, and streams, trees, minerals, and all appertaining to the land or beneath the surface From Constantinople to Antioch, Bohemond was a stand out among the leaders of the First Crusade. Bohemond's reputation as an effective strategist and leader came from his fighting experience in the Balkans when he took charge of his father's army against Emperor Alexios (1082-1085). There Bohemond became familiar with various Byzantine and Muslim strategies, including an encircling strategy used by Turkish forces at the siege of Nicaea. Mounted archers would encircle the crusader force, who would be unable to retaliate using close combat weaponry. Bohemond's familiarity with this Eastern strategy allowed him to adapt quickly leading to crusader victories through Antioch. The Emperor's daughter, Anna Comnena, leaves a portrait of him in her Alexiad. She met him for the first time when she was fourteen and was seemingly fascinated by him, leaving no similar portrait of any other Crusader prince. Of Bohemond, she wrote: Now the man was such as, to put it briefly, had never before been seen in the land of the Romans, be he either of the barbarians or of the Greeks (for he was a marvel for the eyes to behold, and his reputation was terrifying). Let me describe the barbarian's appearance more particularly – he was so tall in stature that he overtopped the tallest by nearly one cubit, narrow in the waist and loins, with broad shoulders and a deep chest and powerful arms. And in the whole build of the body he was neither too slender nor overweighted with flesh, but perfectly proportioned and, one might say, built in conformity with the canon of Polycleitus... His skin all over his body was very white, and in his face the white was tempered with red. His hair was yellowish, but did not hang down to his waist like that of the other barbarians; for the man was not inordinately vain of his hair, but had it cut short to the ears. Whether his beard was reddish, or any other colour I cannot say, for the razor had passed over it very closely and left a surface smoother than chalk... His blue eyes indicated both a high spirit and dignity; and his nose and nostrils breathed in the air freely; his chest corresponded to his nostrils and by his breadth of his chest. For by his nostrils nature had given free passage for the high spirit which bubbled up from his heart. A certain charm hung about this man but was partly marred by a general air of the horrible... He was so made in mind and body that both courage and passion reared their crests within him and both inclined to war. His wit was manifold and crafty and able to find a way of escape in every emergency. In conversation he was well informed, and the answers he gave were quite irrefutable. Andrew Little announced: The Government is taking action to protect New Zealand from foreign interference in our elections by banning foreign donations to political parties and candidates, Justice Minister Andrew Little announced today. No they’re not. His very first line is a lie. Foreign donations over $1, 500 are already banned. They are merely changing the level from $1, 500 to $50. The level is a de minimis level recognising that it isn’t practical to check the residency status of every single person who say attends a dinner, or makes a minor donation. As far as I know the number of donations between $50 and $1, 500 from foreign individuals to political parties is near zero. The change is cosmetic. $1, 500 was probably too high. $50 is too low. But either way it is not a new ban. It is a mere change in threshold. The real issue with this bill is that the Government has said it will pass it through all three stages today under urgency. That is outrageous. There is no reason it should bypass select committee scrutiny and shame on the Greens for supporting ramming it through under urgency. Some Government apologists have tried to claim it must be done under urgency tonight to stop a rush of mythical foreign donations flowing through before the law takes effect. But the apologists haven’t even read the bill. It doesn’t take effect until 1 January 2020 so passing it tonight under urgency still means you could have the imaginary flood of donations occur. The other thing worth noting is that this law change doesn’t stop the NZ First Foundation from receiving unlimited foreign donations, and then using those funds to loan money to NZ First or possibly pay expenses on their behalf. If the bill went to select committee an amendment could be considered that would extend the ban (over a certain level) to foundations established by political parties to fund them. But Labour and the Greens don’t want to do anything about any foreign donations to the NZ First Foundation, so they’re rushing it through under urgency. Shame. Family First says that the trend to extend daycare times, and its role to be virtually de facto parents, is concerning, ignores the real needs of children, and reinforces the need for more support to be given to parents with young children. “Babies are spending more time in daycare than primary age children are expected to spend at school when they first start. Our babies and toddlers are being used in a massive social experiment and policymakers are too scared to ask the hard questions around whether this is in the best interests of both the child and the family, ” says Bob McCoskrie, National Director of Family First NZ. “Government statistics reveal that there has been a significant increase in the numbers of babies and toddlers in childcare and length of time they are spending there, with some babies in daycare longer than a normal working week for adults, yet the government is ignoring the real concerns of whether this is good for very young children and babies. ” And a poll in 2017 found that 3 out of 4 New Zealanders believe that children benefit from having a full-time parent at home, and a majority also believes that the Government should subsidise these family arrangements in the same way that they are currently subsidising early childhood education. Approximately 25% of 0-2 year olds in daycare attend for longer than 30 hours per week, with more than 10% being there longer than 42 hours each week – longer than a 40-hour 8-hours-per-day working week. But the trend over the past decade is also alarming. The proportion of babies and toddlers in long periods of childcare has, on average, tripled since 2000, with the proportion of 0-1 year olds attending for longer than 42 hours higher than 3 year olds. “With government spending on early childhood education being more than $1. 7b per annum, it is essential that the benefits of the investment in ECE are weighed against the real needs of very young children & babies and their families. ” “The findings in the Brainwave Trust’s 2016 report Childcare: How are the Children Doing? echoed the same concerns Family First raised in 2012 with our report WHO CARES? : Mothers, Daycare and Child Wellbeing in New Zealand which argued that attending daycare for an extended time and the consequent separation from parents is a significant source of stress for many young children which could have potential long-term consequences for their mental and physical health as adults. As stated in “WHO CARES? ”, daycare continues to be evaluated by later child outcomes in terms of ‘skills’ such as language or ‘school readiness’. But what has proved elusive is an understanding of how the young child is affected emotionally and physiologically, and how they experience daycare while they are actually there. Babies can’t speak and toddlers have limited verbal abilities. However, a new generation of research from the biosciences is starting to provide an insight into the real-time effects of daycare. These findings are at odds with the information most policymakers and members of the public have been exposed to. Moreover, there is no mention of this evidence by either the Ministry of Education or the Education Review Office (ERO), which regularly monitors New Zealand’s childcare centres. The Brainwave Trust’s report stated; “Although the evidence suggests that some high quality childcare may benefit children over 3 in certain circumstances, this does not mean that starting earlier and attending for longer hours is also beneficial. In fact, our research indicates that there may be risks involved with non-parental care “too early” and “for too long each day”. ” “There is growing evidence of profound beneficial neurobiological effects a mother’s physical presence has on her young child that cannot be achieved by anyone else including paid childcare workers. Mothers have been undervalued, and many parents use daycare because they simply can’t afford not to, ” says Mr McCoskrie. “As stated in our 2012 report, full-time parenting should be seen as a child’s right, and any discussion of daycare should cease communicating what is assumed adults are interested in and instead make judgments about what is likely to be in children’s best interests. New Zealand should also undergo a timely and long overdue re-evaluation of motherhood, ” says Mr McCoskrie. “The political and policy focus has been on the needs of the economy and the demands on working mothers, rather than on the welfare of children and the vital role of parents. ” The image of an 18-week unborn baby from Life magazine’s stunning 1965 photo-spread is being hailed as the photograph of the century. “In full colour and crystal clear detail, the picture showed a foetus in its amniotic sac, with its umbilical cord winding off to the placenta. The unborn child, floating in a seemingly cosmic backdrop, appears vulnerable yet serene. Its eyes are closed and its tiny, perfectly formed fists are clutched to its chest. ” Yep – looks human to us. What’s it look like to politicians? The description comes as a surprise from The Guardian, a left-wing British publication that supports abortion on demand. Its article celebrating the photograph tried to make excuses for abortion even as the images openly displayed the inherent humanity of babies in the womb. The celebrated photograph was taken by Swedish photojournalist Lennart Nilsson and published in the April 1965 edition of Life under the title “Drama of Life Before Birth. ” That issue became the “fastest-selling copy” of the magazine in the history of its publication, according to the report. Its eyes are closed and its tiny, perfectly formed fists are clutched to its chest, ” the report described. The photo is one of several showing unborn babies in the famous magazine layout. They were published at a time when the abortion debate was beginning to boil and ultrasound technology was still extremely limited. His photos captured the humanity of unborn babies in amazing detail, in both black and white and color. Another photo of a 20-week unborn baby shows vivid details of the baby’s face, including the tiny veins in his/her eyelids and feathery hair growing across the forehead. Another photo of a 13-week unborn baby shows the amniotic sac and placenta surrounding a tiny baby with already distinguishable fingers and toes, eyes, ears and ribs. When archaeologists excavated an unusual Viking grave site in Norway, they dug up two bodies … along with the remnants of two massive boats.  After hundreds of years underground, only remnants of the wooden vessels remained, but the excavation team could tell the two boats had been stacked atop each other. Viking burial sites often feature boats, with some even boasting two buried near each other; but boats buried inside each other are "essentially an unknown phenomenon, " Raymond Sauvage, an archaeologist at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology University Museum, said in a statement.  The boats' occupants only added to the mystery of the burial site.  The top boat, a vessel about 24 feet (7 to 8 meters) long, contained the remains of a woman surrounded by a collection of ornaments, including a pearl necklace, two pairs of scissors, part of a spindle and an entire cow head. The woman’s remains were adorned with two shining brooches, one shell-shaped and one in the shape of a crucifix. The State of Virginia, now entirely run by truly insane Democrats who support infanticide and child murder, is proposing a new 2020 law known as SB64 (see link here) which will be taken up by the Democrat-run Senate beginning January 8, 2020. The law would instantly transform all martial arts instructors into criminal felons. This includes instructors who teach kickboxing, BJJ, Krav Maga, boxing and even Capoeira. It would also criminalize all firearms training classes, including concealed carry classes. It would even criminalize a father teaching his own son how to use a hunting rifle. Specifically, the law says that a person “is guilty of unlawful paramilitary activity” (a class 5 felony) if that person: “Assembles with one or more persons for the purpose of training with, practicing with, or being instructed in the use of any firearm, explosive, or incendiary device, or technique capable of causing injury or death to persons…” The phrase “technique capable of causing injury or death to persons” covers all forms of martial arts and self-defense training, including Krav Maga, BJJ, boxing and other contact martial arts such as Tae Kwon Do or Tai Chi. Under the proposed law, all forms of self-defense training — including hand-to-hand martial arts training — would be considered “paramilitary activity, ” even if the training consists of private classes involving just one instructor and one student. That’s because every form of martial arts training imparts skills which could be used to cause injury to other persons. In fact, according to the language of the law, just “one” person learning such arts is a felony crime, which means that watching a DVD on Krav Maga would be a felony crime. The man accused of murdering Maketū toddler Nevaeh Ager is seeking to be tried on a raft of other charges separately from his murder trial. The Bay of Plenty man faced a murder charge in the Tauranga High Court today when he briefly appeared in court via an audiovisual link from prison. The murder charge was laid by police after the 2-year-old's body was found on tidal flats at Little Waihi on March 21. The man, who has interim name suppression, has also denied nine other charges. These relate to alleged assaults against police officers, possession of an offensive weapon, resisting a police constable, common assault and wounding with intent to cause bodily harm, and wounding with intent to injure. The man has also been charged with causing grievous bodily harm with reckless disregard which relates to a further allegation of assaulting a police officer on February 5. The rest of the other nine charges relate to alleged separate offending earlier this year. The defendant's lawyer Nicholas Chisnall told Justice Graham Laing that his client was seeking to have the other nine charges heard separately from the murder charge. Crown solicitor Anna Pollett opposed the severance application. She said the Crown wanted to have all the charges joined and heard together at the accused's murder trial set down to begin in the Rotorua High Court on October 19, 2020 Chinese police lead a condemned man into a special execution van, where he will be put to death immediately following his sentencing by the court, in Xian, central China's Shaanxi province, 28 July 2005. An anti-capital punishment group reported at least 5, 000 of the 5, 476 known executions worldwide in 2004 were held in China, a while the actual number of executions in China remains a closely guarded state secret, the Beijing government insists it needs to maintain a tough line on crimes. But there will be nothing ordinary about Yong's death by lethal injection. Unless he wins an appeal, he will draw his final breath strapped inside a vehicle that has been specially developed to make executions more cost-effective and efficient. In chilling echoes of the 'gas-wagon' project pioneered by the Nazis to slaughter criminals, the mentally ill and Jews, this former member of the China People's Party will be handcuffed to a so-called 'humane' bed and executed inside a gleaming new, hi-tech, mobile 'death van. ' After trials of the mobile execution service were launched quietly three years ago - then hushed up to prevent an international row about the abuse of human rights before the Olympics last summer - these vehicles are now being deployed across China. The number of executions is expected to rise to a staggering 10, 000 people this year (not an impossible figure given that at least 68 crimes - including tax evasion and fraud - are punishable by death in China). Developed by Jinguan Auto, which also makes bullet-proof limousines for the new rich in this vast country of 1. 3 billion people, the vans appear unremarkable. They cost £60, 000, can reach top speeds of 80mph and look like a police vehicle on patrol. Inside, however, the 'death vans' look more like operating theatres. Executions are monitored by video to ensure they comply with strict rules, making it possible to describe precisely how Jiang Yong will die. After being sedated at the local prison, he will be loaded into the van and strapped to an electric-powered stretcher. This then glides automatically towards the centre of the van, where doctors will administer three drugs: sodium thiopental to cause unconsciousness; pancuronium bromide to stop breathing and, finally, potassium chloride to stop the heart. The vans save money on building execution facilities in prisons or courts. And they mean that prisoners can be executed locally, closer to communities where they broke the law.

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True to both its English and Chinese ('My Lens') titles, Chinese Portrait is a subjective and utterly revealing snapshot of the state of Wang's country. Devoid of voiceovers, dialogue or onscreen descriptions, Chinese Portrait has made much fewer waves among buyers and programmers (it bowed in Busan, then IDFA) compared to the director’s more accessible fictional titles. But the success in Berlin of his feature So Long, My Son, which won best actor and actress awards last month, has given the documentary a new lease on life. Cinema Guild has picked up U. S. rights and is set to release the film theatrically later this year. With its powerful, panoramic survey of a society in transformation — consider this the earnest, narrator-free equivalent of Patrick Keiller's sardonic Robinson film trilogy — the doc provides a key to understanding Wang and the sixth-generation Chinese filmmakers of which he is a part. It fits into a growing number of unconventional Chinese documentaries driven by the cutting and remixing of existing material, like Zhu Shengze's Rotterdam winner rfect   or Lei Lei's Berlin Forum title Breathless Animals. According to Wang, Chinese Portrait was born in 2009 out of his urge to pay tribute to the work of his painter friend Liu Xiaodong. Director Jia Zhangke had previously highlighted Liu in his more conventional documentary Dong in 2006. Here, instead, Wang travels up and down China, creating his own cine-paintings from people leading their everyday lives. The predominant style of Chinese Portrait  is static shots in which subjects — miners, fishermen, students, passengers on a train — pose for Wang's camera. In one clever shot, the posing is double: Amid the wreckage of the Sichuan earthquakes, he films young women posing for a painter (presumably Liu) on the edge of the screen. Many of the scenes in Chinese Portrait focus on labor. There are farmers cultivating potatoes in a field; technicians monitoring a steel furnace; an army of workers stationed at sewing machines on a shop floor; and office workers in suits staring into rows of computers which seem to go on forever. But there are also nods to China's post-industrial landscape, depicted in retired workers visiting the emptied shell of their soon-to-be-demolished factory, a showroom with models of future skyscrapers and vast shopping arcades looming large over hawkers and pedestrians. The enormous cultural and economic disparity in China is vividly revealed in Wang’s scenes of rural life and Valérie Loiseleux's telling editing. Impoverished kids in the arid western hinterlands line up outside their made-in-mud schools, in sharp contrast to classrooms in metropolitan universities. A shot of people idling outside rickety huts is followed by young uniformed chefs taking a break in the back of city noodle restaurants. There are even visual collisions within the frame, as when traditional ethnic-minority musicians perform in a modern downtown car park. These juxtapositions hint at Wang's thoughts about the direction China is heading and how its different communities fare amidst such changes. But Chinese Portrait also marks the director's own rite of passage in life. He appears onscreen in shots filmed in Tiananmen Square, where the military clampdown on pro-democracy movements in 1989 shaped the worldview of Wang's generation of artists and filmmakers. We see him again on a train, which probably represents his memories of his family being "sent down" from Shanghai to China's southwestern backwaters during the Cultural Revolution, and then again outside a crumbling factory from the industrial urban landscapes he grew up in as a teenager. More than just chronicling a country in transformation, Chinese Portrait  signals seismic shifts in cinema as well. The differences in textures and aspect ratios of the different scenes reveal the universal leap of filmmaking from analog to digital, as grainy 4:3 aspect ratio shots sit alongside sharp, widescreen vistas. Demanding attention, imagination and critical viewing from the audience, Chinese Portrait is nevertheless one for posterity. Production companies: WXS Productions, Dongchun Films (Beijing), Chinese Shadows Director: Wang Xiaoshuai Producers: Isabelle Glachant, Liu Xuan with Liang Ying Executive producers: Qian Yini Director of photography: Wu Di, Zeng Jian, Zeng Hui, Piao Xinghai Editor-sound designer: Valérie Loiseleux Sales: Asian Shadows In Mandarin 80 minutes.

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I have reviewed approximately 150 movies in 2019. that has got to be my personal record. time really slips by when you spend most of your days being a complete recluse. i saw a lot that were good, and a lot that were bad. as usual at the beginning of the year, i can reward my readers by recommending films that i love, and get revenge by steering them away from the ones that i hated. since Moses brought the tablets down from the mountain, lists have come in tens, not that we couldn't have done with several more commandments. i'll do my part in listing ten of my picks for the Best and Worst films of the year, and you can join in by listing what were the best and worst parts of your 2019. be it with movies, games, books, or general life experiences. The Best Films of 2019: 10. The Irishman Martin Scorsese's film about Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) tells an authentic account of his time in the mob in a virtuoso combination of drama, comedy and documentary. Sheeran is eventually introduced to Russell (Joe Pesci), the head of the northeast crime family. he slowly gets on his good side, and begins to do jobs for him, including murders. also present is the head of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino). with his best collaborators returning, Scorsese finds a different style, milieu and purpose, and his movie is interesting both for its characters and its wealth of information. 9. Midsommar even with this being Ari Aster's second feature, he shows his consistent visual awareness for each unfolding scenario. the story involves anxiety-afflicted college student Dani (Florence Pugh), who tags along with her friends to attend a midsummer celebration in northern Sweden. the customs of the village's commune is innocent upon first glance, but nature itself quickly begins to seem oppressive and dead; they find ominous signs. increasingly violent and bizarre competitions surround the cult's frail victims. it's a miraculous achievement of both storytelling and visual mastery, with a plot so intrinsically thrilling that you can't even attempt to second-guess what lies ahead. 8. The Souvenir Joanna Hogg's heartfelt drama is so gloriously perverse in its obstinacy that it rises to a kind of mad purity. the film is a semi-fictionalized version of Hogg's experiences at film school. Honor Swinton Byrne stars as Julie, a young wealthy woman attending film school who meets and develops an unknowingly destructive relationship with a secretive older man, Anthony (Tom Burke) who encourages her ambition. he seamlessly becomes a part of her daily life and moves in with her, and the two begin a rather sincere courtship, until Julie learns unexpectedly about Anthony's drug addiction. he is often absent without explanation, and becomes increasingly unmanageable. the movie provides a rich, moody memory of life in the city of Sunderland. there isn't a set time frame, but there doesn't need to be. the plot is timeless, and it has a subtly sensual undertow. 7. The Farewell a striking psychological portrait of grief without the acceptance. Lulu Wang’s film wistfully provides a record of aspiring Chinese-American writer Billi (Awkwafina), who maintains a close relationship with Nai Nai (Zhao Shuzhen), her paternal grandmother in China. Billi's parents reveal that Nai Nai has been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, and is predicted to have only a few months left to live. out of respect, the entire family makes a decision to keep the diagnosis a secret. Wang has a hard-headed approach when she identifies the themes of this story. not only does she visualize key points with immaculate perplexity, but she also attaches clarity and conceptual awareness to every character. also noteworthy is Awkwafina's miraculous leap into drama, and the imperative control she has with her performance. this is a film geared by warmth and sincerity, with the director in full control of their craft. 6. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Quentin Tarantino’s pumped up view of history feeds off of the Tate-LaBianca murders that became big news in the press during 1969. it's a biopic only in the sense that it's about his own characters: actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his trustworthy stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt). we're taken through a whole world of 60s television acting, following Dalton and Booth as they sludge the hours away during their day-to-day lives. a large portion follows Rick and his difficulty working in an industry that flaunted its way towards experimentation. for a Tarantino movie, it's quite reserved, standing clear of violent action sequences and forensic content. his movie keeps its footsteps light for about two hours, and then drops the hammer. the closing sequence is well worth the wait, even if it's not the most accurate. 5. Parasite Bong Joon-Ho's painful film showed desperate people reaching out from the roles they were trapped in. it centers around the Kims, who try to provide for themselves while struggling to find well-paying jobs. they eventually find an opening with the Parks, a much more wealthy and luxurious family. the Kims begin to pose as house servants, and get a better glimpse at the high life. Bong Joon-Ho doesn't simply manipulate situations for shock value, but rotates them like specimens under a microscope, to see how they looked from various angles. his film is deservedly comical, but not timid in the exploration of human extremes. 4. The Lighthouse one of the most bizarre yet fitfully dynamic movies i’ve seen all year. Robert Eggers surrounds us with the presence of a profound, disturbing, and ominous island off the coast of New England in the late 18th century. when a contracted wickie (Robert Pattinson) is sent to the island for a month, he's taken under the supervision of an irritable elderly man (Willem Dafoe), who spends a lot of the time being a complete drunkard. the film contains extreme irritability and restlessness, and succeeds in revealing the darker parts of the human psyche that most people may repress or deny. Eggers has distilled the strengths of "The Witch" into something even more singular and strange. 3. Uncut Gems a constantly-on-the-move urban thriller from the New York filmmaking duo Josh and Benny Safdie. with a serious and surprisingly hectic Adam Sandler in the lead, “Uncut Gems” knowingly agitates one’s senses; we’re gloriously suffocated in dark alleys, grimy bachelor pads and the florescent-lit backrooms of jewelry stores. we follow a semi-neurotic businessman/scammer named Howard Ratner (Sandler) in the midst of a crumbling marriage and an escalating scheme that involves a valuable stone as his newly acquired precious possession. Howard goes to extremes in trying to keep a predictable tragedy at arm’s length. 2. Portrait of a Lady on Fire in Céline Sciamma’s remarkable film, the ache that drives its characters’ passion is love. it stars Noémie Merlant and Adèle Haenel as two women who begin a casual and innocent acquaintance that suddenly ripens into a deep affection by which both are shaken and shocked. for a brief spell, they spin in the bewilderment of conventions and their own emotional ties. while there have been plenty of movie romances not unlike this, there's never been one told in such an ambitiously immersive way. the film is so exquisitely composed and inked with deep, rich oil painting-like colors that many times it does look like a series of portraits. it is a quiet movie, shaken from time to time by ripples of emotional turbulence far beneath the surface. 1. Marriage Story uniquely, Noah Baumbach's painful and funny film is a love story told through the lens of a divorce. 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