All posts filed under: Triumvirate

All three: entertainment, food, and travel wrapped in one.

Currently Undergoing Renovation: Why?

Recently I’ve been having an exsistential crisis, so let’s pretend that I went on hiatus, but I really took time off to understand why I was even creating a blog. I asked myself some big questions: What am I doing here? (At college in DC, not the universe. Small steps.) What do I want to do? Where am I going with this? I know deep right? So I took a break from Worldly and Wiley. After switching Majors, and picking a Minor, and making a few everyday life changes, and a lot of procrastination . . . I’ve returned. BETTER STRONGER & COOLER LOOKING. like Iron Man The old blog was so vague, and didn’t have any direction, I almost feel sorry for those of you who had to put up with how juvenile it was. Well, heres to a new beginning. More consistent posts, that are better in content, and more photographs (that will be more professional and have better resolution, if I can convince my grandpa to give me his old camera). So …

Why Heineken should win an Emmy

Have you ever seen any of the Heineken commercials? More specifically have you ever seen “The Entrance” A commercial so truly awesome that it has it’s own poster, as though it were a movie. In a way it is a short film, action packed and over the top, but still well angled and choreographed. It has everything an award winning movie would have. Amazing Framing Superb Angle’s Angle & Framing Colors Shots (not the alcoholic kind) The director also has a lot of continuous scenes in the commercial, these are my favorite types of scenes. For example take the movie Pride and Prejudice (the one with Keira Knightly) a lot of the scenes, instead of cutting to a new angle of a character, simply glide from one room to the next, with each room showing a different character and a new conversation. If you don’t watch Jane Austen movies, because that’s simply not your cup of tea, heres another example: Kill Bill in the final scenes where Uma Thurman goes after Lucy Liu in the …