Last weekend Prowler Charters here in Bandon took clients out bottomfishing. Fishing for rockfish was excellent, but very few ling cod were taken. Strong ocean currents made for a fast drift which makes the conditions tough. Wayne Butler, the captain of the Miss Chief, told me that the depth at the Bandon bar was much deeper than last year. This winter's large rain event naturally flushed out the entrance, which makes bar crossings much safer. Anglers surf fishing out at Bullards Beach State Park reported good pinkfin surf perch action last week. Live sand shrimp or Berkley Gulp sand worms in camo colors have been working best. Perch fishing has been good up on the beaches in Coos Bay. Anglers are also catching pinkfin and striped perch along the Coos Bay south jetty. Boaters are catching rockfish inside the bay near the No. 7 buoy and the train trestle bridge
But while pundits have occasionally contorted themselves into logical pretzels to explain away Ford’s casual racism and misogyny — “He was just drunk!” “He always fights for the little guy!” — none has ever been able to explain away his deliberate and calculated anti-LGBT statements and actions.
Ford never hid anti-LGBT animus. From his earliest days on council, when he opposed funding small grants to diversity and AIDS-prevention campaigns, he made it explicit that his opposition stemmed from disgust with LGBT people, not from a desire to protect the public purse.Superman grany przez Cavilla to ten sam poziom, co w Człowieku ze Stali - moim zdaniem Cavill bardzo się stara, żeby jak najciekawiej zagrać Supermana, ale to i tak jedna z najnudniejszych postaci w całym komiksowym uniwersum, więc niektóre wysiłki pozostają niezauważone. Moim zdaniem to wina postaci i fani muszą się do tego przyzwyczaić.
Trzecią postacią, która ma szanse zaprezentować nam się trochę dłużej na ekranie jest oczywiście “ten zły”, czyli Lex Luthor, który grany przez Eisenberga kojarzył się raczej z o wiele bardziej szalonym Zuckerbergiem z The Social Network, niż komiksowym czarnym charakterem. Być może się czepiam, ale gdyby Luthor się w tym filmie nie przedstawił, nie miałbym pojęcia kim właściwie jest ten rudy gość, który z jakiegoś powodu postanowił być bardzo złośliwy.
he astonishments of the quasi-Biblical clashes and catastrophes in the director Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel” left me impatient to see his “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” The earlier film conveyed an awed and even terrified sense of the colossal, a delight in the cinematic ability to realize wrenching destruction and, at the same time, to shiver at the very imagination of it. Snyder turned the superhero universe around on itself, constructing backstories and out-there stories of an apocalyptic force; it was silly but potent, shallow but thrilling. Perhaps Snyder’s new film is the victim of great (or any) expectations, but “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” remains literally Earth-bound, and this fair planet is where Snyder bumps up against the limits of his vision.
Where “Man of Steel” opens big, with an intergalactic origin story that has the heightened tone of pseudo-scripture, the first big set piece in “Batman v Superman” is a catastrophe from home, a virtual replay of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center, with Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) looking on with horror and hatred as the tower of Wayne Industries collapses (vertically) into a blinding gust of light-gray powder—as a result of the battle waged by Superman (Henry Cavill) against the Kryptonian usurper General Zod.