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Great flick. Very entertaining, great production, great effects, and very well acted. Classic performance by Woody Harrelson. Some of the dialogue is a little weak and sappy. Typical Roland Emmerich film. Quite a spectacle. If you can forgive the minor weaknesses, it's worth watching more than once.
The product itself is sturdy and well made. Easy to use, packaged well, arrived on time. It just doesn't work anything like videos I've seen. Doesn't get my hair anywhere near as straight as a traditional flat iron. Works nice to brush through hair to relax the hair in the back, but I still have to use flat iron on the front, so it's not really worth the hassle.
I updated from a much older version. All data moved across in Windows 7. It allows me to continue with a product I am familiar with on a new computer; not always easy to accomplish. If you don't use or need all of the latest features, then stepping back a version can sometimes work great and save a little money.
I was pretty upset because im having a ton of hair loss & I was really looking forward to using this in hopes of growing back hair but they sent me hair strengthening shampoo instead of anti-caida!
First of all, the look of the ball is very cool. Construction looks decent, but will have to wait and see till I destroy the ball in a matter of time. The ball is very different from the other indoor balls such as Tachikara, Wilson and past Mikasa versions in that you'll first notice the feel of the ball. It doesn't have much of a cushion unlike the other brands/balls...this is an advantage for hitters who know how to smack the ball. Unlike some other complaints about the heavy weight, I personally like it. Again the added weight gives the ball its speed when you hit the ball properly. The dimple design is also an advantage for people who know how to serve a floater or jump floater...it gives the ball amazing movement. What I'm really surprised about is how EASY it is to controll the ball on sets, especially back sets and shoots...I believe due to the new seem and dimple design. Overall this is a great quality ball and I recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their game.
Couldn't catch Joe on the Flash Bus, so I guess the DVD is a cheaper way for me to attend his workshops. If you're McNally fan as I am, and read his books (The Moment it Clicks, Hot Shoe Diaries etc.) -- the contents of the DVD should be familiar to you: what it does is it walks you through the steps and concepts, and shows you what a book could not: action. The presentation is simple enough, and anyone who's comfortable with camera controls and using other than program exposure mode - should grasp the content and laugh along with Joe as he trudges on. David Hobby even appears as a Pizza Delivery man during an intermission, when Joe was fiddling with TTL exposure - while David Hobby set everything back to manual mode on the flashes, to nail the shot.