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I am back .. !!! :)

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Sorry guys for not coming online for years but this time I am making a great comeback :)

There is alot of things about games that should be discussed and I will make blog for it in the next few weeks... :)

so see u guys there

DaRk KnIgHt'S PlOt

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The film begins with the Joker robbing a mob-owned bank with several other accomplices, whom he tricks into killing each other. That night, Batman impersonators attempt to interrupt a meeting of various mobsters and the Scarecrow. The real Batman appears, but suffers injuries which lead him to re-design the batsuit. Batman and Lieutenant James Gordon contemplate including new district attorney Harvey Dent in their plan to eradicate the mob, as he could be the public hero Batman cannot be. Bruce discovers that Harvey Dent is dating Rachel Dawes. Mob bosses meet to discuss Batman, Gordon, and Dent, while a Chinese mobster accountant, Lau, informs the gang leaders he has taken their money to Hong Kong to preempt a plan that Dent hatches to seize the mobsters' loot. The Joker arrives unexpectedly, offering to kill Batman for half their money.

When Batman successfully abducts Lau in Hong Kong and delivers him to the Gotham City police, the mobsters agree to hire the Joker. The Joker tells all of Gotham that if Batman does not turn himself in to the police, people will die each day. When the Joker begins killing public officials, including Commissioner Loeb and the judge presiding over the mob trials, Wayne decides to turn himself in. Before he can do so, Dent announces that he is Batman, to draw the Joker out of hiding. The Joker attempts to kill Dent, but Gordon and Batman intervene and arrest him.

Batman interrogates the Joker, who reveals that Dawes and Dent have been taken to opposite sides of the city, far enough apart that Batman does not have time to save both of them, and placed in warehouses rigged with explosives. Batman speeds off to save Dawes, while Gordon and the police head after Dent. However, the Joker has switched the locations, sending Batman after Dent and Gordon after Dawes. With the help of a bomb planted at the police station, the Joker escapes with Lau in tow. Batman arrives at Dent's location in time to save him, but Dent sustains burns to the left side of his face. Gordon does not arrive in time to save Dawes, and she is killed in the explosion. In the hospital, Dent is driven to madness over the loss of Dawes. The Joker frees Dent from the hospital and convinces him to exact revenge on the police, mobsters, Gordon, and Batman.

While Harvey "Two-Face" Dent confronts the corrupt police and the mobsters one by one, flipping a coin to decide their fates, the Joker burns Lau along with his half of the mob's money. The Joker announces to the public that he will rule the streets and that anyone left in Gotham at nightfall will be subject to his rule. With the bridges and tunnels out of the city closed due to the Joker's bomb threat, the authorities begin evacuating people by ferry. The Joker places explosives on two of the ferries—one carrying convicts, the other with civilians—telling the passengers on each that the only way to save themselves is to trigger the explosives on the other ferry; otherwise, at midnight he will destroy them both remotely.

Batman locates the Joker and prevents him from destroying the ferries. After being defeated by Batman, the Joker acknowledges that Batman truly is incorruptible, but that Dent was not and that he has unleashed Dent's madness upon the city. The Joker is subsequently captured by the SWAT team. Batman finds Dent holding Gordon and his family at gunpoint at the remains of the building where Dawes died. Dent proceeds to judge Batman, himself, and Gordon's son through the chance of a coin toss. Dent shoots Batman in the abdomen, but before he can determine the boy's fate Batman tackles him over the side of the building. As Dent lies motionless on the ground, Batman and Gordon realize the fallout and loss of morale the city would suffer if Dent's acts of murder became known. Batman convinces Gordon to blame him for the murders to preserve Dent's image. As Gordon destroys the Bat-Signal, a manhunt is issued for Batman.

hancock film's plot

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John Hancock (Will Smith) is a well-known vigilante who lives in Los Angeles and has powers of a superhero such as being very strong, invulnerable and being able to fly. He regularly saves lives and catches criminals. However, Hancock's reckless actions routinely cost the city millions of dollars, as Hancock is nearly always drunk while attempting to capture criminals. Hancock, however, does not care what the city thinks, and routinely ignores subpoenas and talks rudely to strangers.

One day, Hancock saves Ray Embrey (Jason Bateman), a public-relations spokesperson whose attempts to market his world-changing "All-Heart" charity aren't gaining traction, from being run over by a train (in the process causing a massive derailment in Hancock's haphazard manner). Ray feels he owes Hancock his life, and he makes it his mission to change Hancock's public image for the better.

Ray teaches Hancock to make the compliment "Good job!" to the police. He also supplies him with a costume, after some other models are rejected by Hancock as being homo Ray also persuades Hancock to give himself in and accept going to prison so that the public will realize how much they need him; he argues that in the worst case he can always break out. He reluctantly agrees and after a month the Chief of Police calls him to help save a female officer who is pinned down in a chaotic bank robbery shootout. After emphatically asking her permission to touch her, explaining that it is not sexual, Hancock saves the officer, removes the gang, and cuts the hand off the gang's leader Kenneth "Red" Parker Jr. (Eddie Marsan), who is holding a dead man's switch on a detonator.

After the rescue, Hancock becomes popular once more, as Ray had predicted. Ray and his wife Mary (Charlize Theron) go out to dinner with Hancock, where he relates how he woke up 80 years earlier with no memories of his life. Later that night, while Ray sleeps after passing out from drinking too much, Hancock discovers that Mary has super powers as well. Mary reveals that they are the last two "gods" or "angels" and have been a couple off and on for 3,000 years. All the others of their kind died - when they get too close to each other they become mortal, which allows them to be injured, and age. These immortals were created in pairs, and are inevitably drawn towards each other; she is Hancock's other half and wife for the last three millenia. She left him after he lost his memory after an attack in order to keep him from becoming mortal.

Mary and Hancock have a brief fight over revealing this fact to Ray, inadvertently doing just that in the process. Hancock is shot twice in the chest when he stops a liquor store robbery. When he is admitted to the hospital, the news media covers it, thus revealing his location. Shortly before this the news had also revealed Parker had orchestrated a jail break during which eight men escape. Along with two other men, whom Hancock attacked and humiliated during his first day in prison, the revenge-driven villain heads to the hospital. Mary is shot while attempting to protect Hancock. Hancock finishes off the henchmen, but is still severely wounded. Just as he is about to be killed by Parker, Ray grabs a fire axe and chops the killer's other hand off and striking him on the chest with it, thus saving Hancock. Hancock leaves the hospital, Mary is saved and Hancock's powers are fully restored. The film ends with Hancock accepting his role as a hero and living in New York City, letting Ray and Mary live a normal life while remaining their friend. He calls them on the phone one evening as they walk along the Santa Monica Pier and has them look up to the sky. He has painted Ray's All-Heart logo on the moon as a thanks. The movie ends with a middle after credit spoiler showing Hancock fighting crime in New York City.

SoMe FaCtS AbOuT NoKiA

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1) The ringtone "Nokia tune" is actually based on a 19th century guitar work named "Gran Vals" by Spanish musician Francisco TÃÆ'¡rrega. The Nokia Tune was originally named "Grande Valse" on Nokia phones but was changed to "Nokia Tune" around 1998 when it became so well known that people referred to it as the "Nokia Tune."

2) The world's first commercial GSM call was made in 1991 in Helsinki over a Nokia-supplied network, by Prime Minister of Finland Harri Holkeri, using a Nokia phone.

3) Nokia is currently the world's largest digital camera manufacturer, as the sales of its camera-equipped mobile phones have exceeded those of any conventional camera manufacturer.

4) The "Special" tone available to users of Nokia phones when receiving SMS (text messages) is actually Morse code for "SMS". Similarly, the "Ascending" SMS tone is Morse code for "Connecting People," Nokia's slogan. The "Standard" SMS tone is Morse code for "M" (Message).

5) The Nokia corporate font (typeface) is the AgfaMonotype Nokia Sans font, originally designed by Eric Spiekermann. Its mobile phone User's Guides Nokia mostly used the Agfa Rotis Sans 6) In Asia, the digit 4 never appears in any Nokia handset model number, because 4 is considered unlucky in many parts of Southeast/East Asia.

7) Nokia was listed as the 20th most admirable company worldwide in Fortune's list of 2006 (1st in network communications, 4th non-US company).

8. Unlike other modern day handsets, Nokia phones do not automatically start the call timer when the call is connected, but start it when the call is initiated. (Except for Series 60 based handsets like the Nokia 6600)

9) Nokia is sometimes called aikon (Nokia backwards) by non-Nokia mobile phone users and by mobile software developers, because "aikon" is used in various SDK software packages, including Nokia's own Symbian S60 SDK.

10) The name of the town of Nokia originated from the river which flowed through the town. The river itself, Nokianvirta, was named after the old Finnish word originally meaning sable, later pine marten. A species of this small, black-furred predatory animal was once found in the region, but it is now extinct.

The Chronicles Of Narnia : Prince Caspian's plot:

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In Narnia, Caspian, a Telmarine Prince, is wakened by his mentor, Doctor Cornelius, who explains to him that his aunt has just given birth to a son, meaning that if his treacherous Uncle Miraz killed Caspian, he would be the sole heir to the throne and his son would be his successor. Caspian, realizing that his life is in danger, escapes with his horse and a small ivory horn given to him by Dr. Cornelius, who says not to blow it except in great need. Followed by several Telmarine soldiers, Caspian encounters two Narnian dwarves and a talking badger in the woods. Terrified, he blows the horn. One of the Narnian dwarves, Trumpkin, goes off to stop the soldiers and gets captured, while the other dwarf, Nikabrik, and the badger, Trufflehunter, carry Caspian inside their house.

Back in England, the four Pevensie children are heading into a subway station to depart for school, one year having passed in their world since they first entered Narnia. Just as the subway train pulls into the station, the walls start sucking in, and the whole station tears apart to leave the Pevensies in a large cave by a beach in what they immediately recognize as Narnia. After playing in the waves of the sea, they discover Cair Paravel, their castle, has turned to ruins.

Meanwhile, Nikabrik is all for killing Caspian because he's a Telmarine, but Trufflehunter reminds him that Caspian, having blown the horn of Queen Susan, will lead the Narnians to freedom. They lead Caspian to the Dancing Lawn, where all the old Narnians have assembled, including the swashbuckling mouse, Reepicheep, who offers Caspian his services. However, the Narnians are disgruntled at the Telmarines and don't want one of them to be their leader. Caspian, however, convinces them that if they help him reclaim his throne, he can bring peace between them.

Trumpkin is taken by Telmarines to the waters near Cair Paravel to be drowned, but the Pevensies save him. After proving to the dwarf that they are the Kings and Queens of old, they set off to find the others. Lucy glimpses Aslan and tries to convince the others that she's seen him, but only Edmund believes her. After many twists and turns, they eventually encounter Caspian and his troops, who take them to Aslan's How, a huge underground hall built over the Stone Table. Caspian thinks they should stay and defend Aslan's How, but Peter suggests that they strike first by attacking the castle. Lucy suggests waiting for Aslan to give instructions, but Peter decides they've waited long enough for Aslan.

The Narnians attempt to capture Miraz at the castle, and succeed in battling the Telmarine guards until hundreds of Telmarine archers line the walls of the courtyard and open fire. Seeing that if they keep fighting they will all be killed by the force of the archers, Peter calls for a retreat. Peter, Edmund, Susan, Caspian, and half of the Narnians manage to escape, but the rest are caught by the falling gate and brutally slaughtered. After the harrowing battle, Peter and Caspian have a bitter dispute over which of the two of them is better qualified to lead the revolt against Miraz and be King of Narnia. Their quarrel almost leads to a vicious swordfight, until Trumpkin is brought before them wounded, and Lucy administers medicine to him. Caspian storms away feeling he no longer owes Peter his allegience.

When they get back to Aslan's How, Nikabrik calls Caspian aside to show him two of his friends, a hag and a werewolf, who state that they can help him claim his throne. The hag calls upon the White Witch using black sorcery. From inside a wall of ice, the Witch tries to convince Caspian, who had not realized what Nikabrik and the others had planned to do, to offer her a drop of his blood in order to set her free. Caspian momentarily considers the offer, but ultimately rejects it; thus Nikabrik cuts Caspian's hand in an attempt to get the Witch his blood against his will. Peter and Edmund arrive and quickly decapacitate Nikabrik, the wolf, and the hag, and Edmund shatters the wall of ice before the Witch can completely materialize.

Peter then suggests that he and Miraz duel one-on-one under the condition of surrender, in order to prevent any further losses of life. Miraz is forced to accept, as it would look cowardly to refuse to fight a boy half his age. Peter and Miraz battle, and Peter eventually is able to wound Miraz, but gives his sword to Caspian to finish him off. Caspian, who cannot bring himself to do it, lets Miraz keep his life, but says that he intends to give Narnia back to its people.

One of the Telmarine lords suddenly stabs and kills Miraz and blames it on the Narnians. He calls the Telmarine army, which is waiting just outside the How, to advance so that they can obliterate the Narnians. The Telmarines unfurl nasty trebuchets which fire a continuous stream of boulders at the Narnian army. In an effort to fight back, the Narnians try several tactics, including destroying underground tunnels underneath the army, and sending gryphons overhead with archers in their claws. In one final hope, they charge head on with the Telmarines.

Lucy, meanwhile, has found Aslan in the woods, who awakens the trees that have been in a deep sleep. The whole forest begins to ripple with movement, and this energy travels back toward the battlefield. With the whole forest suddenly against them, the Telemarines retreat back to the bridge of Beruna, where Aslan summons the river god, who destroys the bridge and wipes out the majority of the Telmarine army; all of the surviving Telmarine soldiers are forced to surrender and hand over their weapons.

Before the Pevensies depart, Peter and Susan declare, much to Caspian, Edmund, and Lucy's dismay, that Aslan has told them they will never return to Narnia. Aslan explains that all things run their course and that Susan and Peter have gained everything they could possibly gain from their experiences in Narnia and are no longer needed there. Susan and Caspian share a kiss, then the Pevensies go back to England, leaving Caspian as King of Narnia.

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