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Dear readers The cover story of EMAL International Magazine, this month is Pakistan Fashion Week London is the brainchild of Team Riwayat which is headed up by directors from across Pakistan and the United Kingdom. Riwayat's journey has been a rich one so far, and the 10th edition of PFW London took place at the Sheraton Grand Park Lane London with EMAL International Magazine as there media partners. Where Some of Pakistanâ€™s top designers showed their latest collections at the event, including Deepak Perwani, Maheen Khan, Shamaeel Ansari and Agha Noor. Is Donald Trump the healthiest president ever? Buzz the world with wiÂtribe, make free calls all over the world, just download buzz app and get started. Read the do's and dont's by Mr Larry Fogg during your trip to Australia. Check out EMAL's winter trend guide for men and women that you must need to know. The beauty tips this month will show you how dermatologists take care of their skin. Happy Readings Regards Beenish Waqas EDITOR EMAL International Magazine
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HOME & DECOR Gray Floors Look Amazing in your Home Latest Kitchen & Living Room Trends Around the World
TECHNOLOGY LG's Latest Audio Tech Goes For The Neck Samsung to Extend Quantum Dot Curved Monitor Line at CES
CURRENT AFFAIRS False Facts About Donald Trump You Always Thought Were True
TRAVEL & TOURISM Larry Fogg Trip to Sydney, Australia
WOMEN TRENDS 4 Trends for Spring 2017
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Menswear Trends for Spring 2017
EAUTY CARE 8 Shampoo Mistakes & How To Fix Them
FOOD Chicken Ala Kiev Fried Mutton Chops B.B.Q Kofta Kabab Crispy Chicken Burger Split Bengal Gram
MOVIES A Monster Calls Monster Trucks Live by Night GOLD
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False Facts About Donald Trump You Always Thought Were True
Relationship Norway and China - The Start of a New Chapter Foreign Minister Brende and Secretary Wegger flow in the meeting including the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in connection with the normalization of relations between Norway and China. Before Christmas we could mark a full normalization of our political and diplomatic relations with China. It was a very good news , and I'm proud of the work that has been invested to get there. China is the world's second largest economy, is a permanent member of the UN Security Council and is an important partner for Norway when it comes to international issues such as trade and climate. We have put behind us over six years without political contact between Norway and China. This has been a challenging situation. It is clearly in Norway's interest to have a normal bilateral relationship. For the government, it was important to get to where we are now. It has come as a result of a long and painstaking diplomatic efforts by Foreign Minister Brende and Secretary Wegger Stream, to restore confidence between our two countries. There have been long discussions and many meetings. For Norwegian industry and Norwegians working in exportâ€?oriented industries is the normalization of great importance.
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Regardless of how you feel about Donald J. Trump, it's undeniable that he's been a fascinating public figure for years. Though he's been toying with the idea of running for president for decades, it was his outspoken nature, flamboyant wealth, and media presence that made him a household name. Before winning America's highest political office, Trump was perhaps best known for his casinos and his popular reality show, The Apprentice. He's also a man who's never been afraid to boast his achievements and slam his detractors. Inflated by his own claims, as well as the tabloid aura that tends to surround wealthy public figures, Trump's persona grew more and more outlandish over time. While much about Trump's businesses and personal life remains mired in controversy, some truth about the real estate tycoonâ€?turned 45th President of the United States has been revealed. Here are some false facts about Trump you always thought were true.
China is an important export market for including Norwegian fish and seafood, chemical products and marine equipment.Norway and China have already agreed to resume negotiations on a free trade agreement.From our side we will contribute to increased trade and increased Norwegian exports to China.This will help create more secure Norwegian jobs.
Samsung to Extend Quantum Dot Curved Monitor Line at CES
ith CES less than a week away, Samsung has previewed the new curved Quantum Dot monitor it will unveil at the show. Aimed at gamers, the CH711 is a 16:9 monitor housed within a white chassis that will come with screens measuring 27 or 31.5 inches. The CH711 joins the CFG70 and CF791 Quantum Dot curvedmonitorsthatwereunveiledearlierin the year and released this month in the US. Whereas the larger (34‐in) CF791 that boasts a 21:9 aspect ratio has a curvature of 1,500R, the CH711sharesa1,800RcurvaturewiththeCFG70, whichcomesin24‐and27‐invariants. These "R" numbers refer to the radius that would be required for the curve of the monitor to make a complete circle. For example, if the curve of the 1,800RCH711andCFG70wasextendedtomakea complete circle, that circle would have a radius of 1,800mm(70.8in). Samsung claims the Quantum Dot technology provides richer and more vibrant colors, with 125 percent sRGB color coverage. The CH711 also boasts a 178‐degree viewing angle of its 2,560 x 1,440 (WQHD) display. To reduce clutter, the monitor's power and HDMI cables are hidden awaywithinthestand'sneck. Samsung says the CH711 Quantum Dot Curved monitor will be available from early 2017, but is yet to reveal pricing details. However, for a point of comparison, the 27‐in CFG70 retails for US$450,whilethe34‐inCF791ispricedat$1,000.
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LG's Latest Audio Tech Goes For The Neck
G's latest foray into wearables looks to be Bluetooth wireless sound systems worn around the neck. The company will unveil a pair of neckbands at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month – the LG Tone Studio that sports surround sound speakers, and the Tone Free that stows and charges a pair of wireless earbuds around your collar.
similar to the Tone Ultra we first saw in 2013, or Phiaton's BT 100 NC, except that it ditches all wires between the neckband and a set of earbuds. Instead, the band is used to stow and charge the fully wireless earbuds when they aren't in your ears. The band also vibrates for incoming calls and texts, and recognizes voice commands to receive or ignore calls.
The Tone Studio is a horseshoe‐shaped wearable speaker bar of sorts. It features two full range speakers on the top and two that vibrate on the bottom, to provide what the company calls a 3D surround sound experience. It's designed for personal listening to movies, video games or streaming music.
There's no word on availability or pricing for either of the new neckbands just yet. We hope to hear more at CES, starting January 5 in Las Vegas.
This isn't a totally new concept. At CES 2016, we were introduced to the Music Wrap, a crowdfunded set of speakers worn around the neck. While wearables might make you think of listening while on the go, the Tone Studio doesn't look to be the best choice for your morning jog, as it would probably flop around quite a bit, although it might be good for a mellow stroll. Instead, LG is emphasizing convenience and audio quality with the Tone Studio, which was designed with help from cinematic sound experts DTS and boasts a hi‐fi digital‐to‐analog converter (DAC). Tone Studio also features "dual play," which allows for connecting two of the neckbands to share audio from the same source. LG's second new neckband‐based product is Tone Free, which is
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TRENDS FOR SPRING
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Another season come and gone, Spring 2017 was actionpacked. With plenty of designer debuts, and even more novel show formats, thereâ€™s much to discuss. In between perusing the most-viewed collections, the catwalk breakouts, hereâ€™s your chance to brush up on the biggest trends of the Spring shows. From splashes of sporty neon, to slogan tees and full sleeves, this is what you can expect to see come 2017.
Graphic Content Spring’s stripe doesn’t speak softly. No, it goes big in an array of bold, sporty‐feeling iterations, or via a vintage menswear‐ inflected pajama ticking in blue and cherry red. Spring’s stripe doesn’t speak softly. No, it goes big in an array of bold, sporty‐feeling iterations, or via a vintage menswear‐ inflected pajama ticking in blue and cherry red.
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Frocking Pink The seasonâ€™s most unlikely wardrobe staple? Dresses in brilliant shades of fuchsia, strawberry, rose, and bubble gum. The seasonâ€™s most unlikely wardrobe staple? Dresses in brilliant shades of fuchsia, strawberry, rose, and bubble gum.
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Square Shouldered Take a cue from the likes of Grace Jones and embrace the strong tailoring that emerged as a highlight of the Spring shows. Another take on the â€™80s nostalgia simmering in the industry zeitgeist, these exaggerated suiting shapes feel surprisingly fresh. Take a cue from the likes of Grace Jones and embrace the strong tailoring that emerged as a highlight of the Spring shows. Another take on the â€™80s nostalgia simmering in the industry zeitgeist, these exaggerated suiting shapes feel surprisingly fresh.
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White Out Ultra‐spare and ultra‐soigné, the season’s day dress comes in cream, bone, and ivory. Whether you opt for Sonia Rykiel’s breezy puff‐sleeve number, or Nicolas Ghesquière’s take at Louis Vuitton, slashed to expose the shoulder and hip, expect to feel instantly, exponentially chicer. Ultra‐spare and ultra‐soigné, the season’s day dress comes in cream, bone, and ivory. Whether you opt for Sonia Rykiel’s breezy puff‐sleeve number, or Nicolas Ghesquière’s take at Louis Vuitton, slashed to expose the shoulder and hip, expect to feel instantly, exponentially chicer.
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Photo Credits Model: Laura Peraza Photo: Chalo Garcia
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MENSWEAR TRENDS FOR SPRING
Interest in menswear is at an all‐time high. It’s chronicled on countless Instagram accounts, zines, and websites (this one included), and made poster boys of everyone from Nick Wooster to Luka Sabbat. Now that the men’s shows have wrapped up in Europe, menswear maniacs are already obsessing over what to wear come spring 2017. We’d place our bets on oversize suits, flood pants, and lots of leopard print. Familiarize yourself with those and the rest of season’s top trends.
THE BOLD SHOULDER Linemen? Not quite, yet the wide s t a t u r e o f t h e s e a s o n ’s m o s t interesting suits could accommodate even the broadest shouldered gents.
BEACH BAES It was an eclectic mash‐up of tropical florals, board shorts, and optic patterns on the runways this season. Just add surf, sun, and sand.
PACK MEN Dudes are on the move, and taking their possessions—from towels to track shoes—with them in oversize backpacks, shoulder bags, and duffels.
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HIGH WATERS RUN DEEP Buddy up to your tailor now. You’ll want to be in his good graces should you choose to cop the flood‐length styles which emerged as one of Spring’s strongest silhouettes—statement socks optional, and strongly encouraged.
ARMY STRONG Utilitarianism has rarely looked as grungily good as it did on this season’s olive‐toned camo prints, whether patchworked (Valentino), abstracted (Bottega Veneta), or mashed up with filthy lucre (Givenchy).
SPOTS ON Leopard print’s no longer just the stuff of the women’s collections. This season labels from Dolce & Gabbana to Alexander McQueen offered customers the chance to wild out in spotted trousers, blousy tops, and even a faux‐ fur jacket or two. Understated? Not exactly. Fun? You bet.
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PUFFA JACKETS From left to right: Ami, Raf Simons, Raf Simons
CHECK From left to right: Bottega Veneta, Valentino, Lou Dalton
STRAPPING From left to right: Comme des Garรงons, Craig Green, Yohji Yamamoto
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BEAUT Y & CARE
Shampoo Mistakes & HOW TO FIX THEM
Washing your hair is easy, right? Just "rinse and repeat." But in real life it's not so simple. "While the act of washing your hair is pretty straightforward, the choices you make, such as the type of products, temperature of the water, and your washing schedule, are in fact a big deal in maintaining your hair," says Lorean Cairns, cofounder and creative director at New York's Fox & Jane salons. "How you shampoo can make or break everything else you do with your hair," Cairns says.
You Select a Formula Based on Your Hair Type
It's a no‐brainer to look for shampoo geared toward your hair type—normal, oily, dry, or color‐treated, but it won't always give you the best results. "Your normal may not be your friends' normal," says Anabel Kingsley, trichologist at Philip Kingsley. "And fine, dry hair will need different products than coarse, dry hair." Instead, she recommends matching your shampoo to your hair texture—fine, medium, coarse, or African/Caribbean. Fine hair, for example, needs a lightweight, protein‐ rich shampoo to add body. Coarse hair needs moisturizing, smoothing agents to keep it soft, manageable, and frizz‐free.
You Cleanse Like You Text—Fast and Furiously If you're in and out in under 5 minutes, you're probably not washing your hair thoroughly. "I often find that women don't take the time to fully wet their hair, let the shampoo lather, or shampoo twice if there's a lot of oil or product buildup," says Lauren Thompson, stylist at Nunzio Saviano Salon in Manhattan. When hair isn't completely saturated, the cleansing agents don't get distributed evenly, so some sections just don't get clean. Wet your whole head and lather up. Do it twice if you started with very greasy or product‐laden hair. (Hint: You'll know it's still dirty after the first shampoo if it doesn't produce a robust lather.)
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You Think You Can't Wash Your Hair Every Day Celebs brag about rarely sudsing their strands, believing that over washing strips the hair's natural oils and leaves it dull and lifeless. Not true. "You wash your face daily and it doesn't dry it out—the same is true of your hair and scalp," Kingsley says. "It's actually water, not oil content, that keeps strands elastic and pliable." If you're not a fan of smelly, itchy oil buildup, which Kingsley says can cause flakes and irritation and ultimately trigger or worsen hair loss, feel free to lather up daily. But every other day also works for most people, Cairns says, and normal to dry types can stretch to every 3 days.
You OD on Dry Shampoo Yes, dry shampoo is a godsend for adding oomph to fine hair and looking presentable after a sweat session, but it's possible to have too much of a good thing. "You don't want to overdo it with dry shampoo because the buildup of product combined with trapped dirt, oil, and bacteria can clog the pores on your scalp, dulling hair's vibrance and potentially causing irritation," Thompson says. She suggests limiting use of the product between washes as much as possible. "Dry shampoo is made to extend the life of a blow‐dry, not to help people go without washing their hair," she says. If you're addicted to the uplifting spritz, consider a dry shampoo that protects the scalp from greasy, sweaty buildup: Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo has a special polymer that coats strands with a slick shield—so the oil‐soaked powder gets whisked away from your scalp when you brush it.
You Like a Good Steam Go for it while you're lathering, as the water would have to be hot enough to scald you before it would damage your scalp or hair, Kingsley says. However, most pros suggest dialing down the temperature for a final rinse. "Excessively hot water opens the hair's cuticle layer, exposing more fragile areas," Cairns says. "It's very important that you close back down the cuticle after applying conditioner by rinsing with cool or cold water."
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You Massage a Little Too Enthusiastically We all love a vigorous head scrub at the salon, but don't try it at home. "Massaging aggressively will make the hair matted and extremely difficult to detangle, often breaking the hair," Thompson says. She recommends using the pads of the fingertips to work shampoo through hair in a back and forth motion, rather than in a circular motion, to help prevent tangling." (Here's how to give yourself the perfect scalp massage.) Definitely avoid piling long hair on top of your head in a nest, which looks glamorous in commercials but can lead to severe breakage.
You Put Your Shampoo on AutoRefill It's not that hair "gets used to" the same shampoo over time, as you might have heard. It's that your hair needs can shift—because of the season, your styling habits, coloring, and other factors. "Think of shampoo like a prescription, used for the right purpose at the right time," Cairns says. She tends to send clients home with a smoothing shampoo in the humid summer months and a volumizing shampoo in the dryer winter months, and she herself alternates between brightening purple shampoo and moisturizing formulas for her blonde locks. Before you reach for the same formula you've used since the release of the iPhone 6, consider the needs of your tresses today.
You Buy into The CoWashing Trend Co‐washing is all the rage right now, whether you use a cleansing cream in place of shampoo or reverse wash, applying conditioner first. But it just doesn't do the same job as classic shampoo and then conditioner. "Would you ever moisturize your skin before using a cleanser? Or wash your face with moisturizer, only cleansing it once a week?" Kingsley asks. "Scalp is skin. Scalp care should mimic your skin care routine." If you have short, low‐maintenance hair, co‐washing can be an occasional option, according to Cairns. But steer clear if your hair is colored, if you have a sensitive scalp or if you use heat tools on the regular—all of which require specific types of shampoo.
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Ingredients: For Butter Filling: For Butter Filling: Butter ½ cup 1‐2 pinch Salt 1 tsp Garlic Crushed 1 tbs Parsley (Coriander/Parsley) ½ tsp Dried Oregano For Chicken Fillet: For Chicken Fillet: 2 Chicken Fillets ¼ tsp or to taste Salt 1‐2 pinch Black Pepper Powder For Coating: For Coating: 2 Eggs 1‐2 tbs Water 1 cup Flour ½ tsp Salt Method: ½ tsp Black pepper powder 1 cup or as required In butter, add salt, garlic, fresh coriander/parsley, oregano Breadcrumbs 1‐2 tbs (optional) and mix well. Do not over mix otherwise butter start to Dried Parsley for frying melt. Refrigerate for 30 minutes. Cut the chicken breasts Oil from middle and make a pocket. Season the pieces of chicken both sides with salt and black pepper powder. Now fill the pocket of chicken breast with seasoned butter filling and close the opening and refrigerate for 15 minutes. In eggs, add cold water and give it a good mix. In flour, add salt and black pepper powder and mix it. In breadcrumbs, add dried parsley and mix it. Coat the chicken fillets well with the seasoned flour, dip the floured chicken in the egg mixture and then roll in the bread crumbs. Repeat the process and again refrigerate for 20 minutes. Deep fry for 4‐5 minutes until golden or bake at 180 degrees for 20‐25 minutes.
Chicken Ala Kiev
Ingredients Mutton Chops ½ kg Ginger & Garlic Paste 2 tbs 2 tbsp Vinegar 1 tbsp Soya Sauce to taste Salt 1 ½ tsp Crushed Black Pepper 1 ½ tsp Crushed Red Chilies 2 Egg 1 ½ Cup Bread Crumbs 1 tsp Carom Seeds 1 ½ tsp (Crushed) Coriander Seeds 2 Cups Water 2‐3 tbs Gram Flour Method: Deep Fry Oil Wash the chops and pound slightly. In a pan add mutton chops, water, ginger garlic paste, salt, black pepper, crushed red chilies, carom seeds and coriander seeds and boil till water completely drained (it will be half done). Throw away precipitates if any. Now beat the eggs with gram flour to make a paste consistency and add all the chops with in batter. Mix well with spatula or hands. Coat well the chops with crumbs and deep fry on medium heat till golden brown. Serve hot with ketchup or any of your favorite sauce.
Fried Mutton Chops
Ingredients Chicken Mince Ginger Garlic Paste Chopped Onion Chopped Spring Onion Bread Crumbs Thyme Worcester Sauce Paprika Powder Crushed Black Pepper White Pepper Powder Oil Salt
B.B.Q Kofta Kabab
½ kg 1 tbsp 1 1 ½ cup 1 pinch 1 tbsp 1 tsp 1 tsp ½ tsp 1‐2 tbsp to taste
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Method: Take a chopper add ½ kg of chicken mince, 1 tbsp of ginger garlic paste, 1 chopped onion, 1 chopped spring onion, ½ cup of bread crumbs, 1 pinch of thyme, 1 tbsp of soya sauce, 1 tsp of paprika powder, 1 tsp of crushed black pepper, ½ tsp of white pepper powder and to taste salt mix it well. Now skewer it into barbeque sticks. If you want to cook on a low flame with smoke of coal or bake it smoke with coal, or steam it and fry. At last garnish with lettuce leaves and sauce serve it.
Crispy Chicken Burger Method:
Chicken Marinade: Chicken breast fillets Vinegar Mustard paste Garlic powder Red chili powder White pepper powder Salt Worcestershire sauce For Coating Plain flour Rice flour Corn flour Black pepper Red chili powder Salt to taste Garlic powder Egg Milk Mayo Sauce: Chili garlic sauce Mayonnaise Mustard paste
2 2 tsp 1 tsp 1 & ½ tsp ½ tsp ½ tsp Salt to taste 1 tsp 2 cup 4tsp 3 tsp ½ tsp 1 tsp to taste ½ tsp 2 ½ cup
Take chicken breast and make 4 fillets. Pound fillets with steak hammer. Prepare marinade by combining all the ingredients of marinade and add fillets. Coat fillets properly and leave it for 30‐45 minutes. For Coating, combine flour, rice flour, corn flour, black pepper, red chili, salt and garlic powder. Mix well and set a side. In a bowl beat 2 eggs with milk and set aside. Heat oil for deep frying. Take one marinated chicken fillet, dip in egg mix well and then coat it 1 & ½ tsp with dry mixture. Repeat the process and then deep fry the 5 tbs fillet on lower medium flame 3 minutes each side. Fry until a 1 tbs crispy coat is turned brown. Repeat same process with all the fillets. To make mayo sauce, combine chili garlic sauce, mustard paste and mayonnaise and mix well to form a paste. Take burger buns. Apply mayonnaise on bun. Add ice burg leaf, add chicken fillet, mayo sauce, cheese and then cover with the bun. Serve with homemade French fries and ketchup.
Ingredients Fresh Milk Split Bengal Gram Soaked Milk Desi Ghee Green Cardamom 2‐3 Sugar Cardamom Powder Almonds Raisins Desiccated Coconut
2 cups 3‐4 hours 250 gms 2‐3 tbs or as required 1 cup 2‐3 1 cup or to taste ½ tsp 3 tbs 2 tbs 3 tbs
Split Bengal Gram Method: Soak split bengal gram in water for 3‐4 hours. In pot, add milk and split Bengal gram (soak) and bring it to boil. Cover and cook on low flame until lentil is tender and milk is dried. (Approx.30‐35 minutes) and let it cool. In grinder, grind the whole mixture. Add milk (as required) to make a paste. In wok, heat desi ghee and add green cardamom and mix it. Now add lentil paste,stir continuously and cook until ghee separates. Add sugar, stir well until sugar dissolves. Add cardamom powder and mix well until ghee separates. Add almonds, raisins and desiccated coconut and mix well. Split Bengal garm halwa is ready.
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A MONSTER CALLS Release on 6th Jan 2017
Follows 12‐year‐old Conor (Lewis MacDougall) who attempts to deal with his mother's (Felicity Jones, who stars in Focus’ fall release The Theory of Everything) illness and the bullying of his classmates by escaping into a fantastical world of monsters and fairy tales that explore courage, loss and faith.
MONSTER TRUCKS Release on 13th Jan 2017
On July 31, 2013, Paramount Pictures announced that they were developing a new live‐ action/animated franchise; Monster Trucks. The cost to produce the first in the intended series was over $125 million. Looking for any way to get away from the life and town he was born into, Tripp (Lucas Till), a high school senior, builds a Monster Truck from bits and pieces of scrapped cars. After an accident at a nearby oil‐drilling site displaces a strange and subterranean creature with a taste and a talent for speed, Tripp may have just found the key to getting out of town and a most unlikely friend.
LIVE BY NIGHT Release on 13th Jan 2017
Live by Night is set in the roaring '20s, when Prohibition hasn’t stopped the flow of booze in an underground network of gangster‐run speakeasies. The opportunity to gain power and money is there for any man with enough ambition and nerve, and Joe Coughlin, the son of the Boston Police Superintendent, long ago turned his back on his strict upbringing for the spoils of being an outlaw. But even among criminals there are rules, and Joe breaks a big one: crossing a powerful mob boss by stealing his money and his moll. The fiery affair ends in tragedy, setting Joe on a path of revenge, ambition, romance and betrayal that propels him out of Boston and up the ladder of Tampa’s steamy rum‐running underworld.
SLEEPLESS Release on 13th Jan 2017
Follows Jamie Foxx as undercover Las Vegas police officer Vincent Downs, who is caught in a high stakes web of corrupt cops and the mob‐controlled casino underground. When a heist goes wrong, a crew of homicidal gangsters kidnaps Downs’ teenage son. In one sleepless night he will have to rescue his son, evade an internal affairs investigation and bring the kidnappers to justice.
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XXX 3: THE RETURN OF XANDER CAGE Release on 20th Jan 2017
Focuses on extreme athlete turned government operative Xander Cage (Vin Diesel) coming out of self‐imposed exile and on a collision course with deadly alpha warrior Xiang and his team in a race to recover a sinister and seemingly unstoppable weapon known as Pandora’s Box. Recruiting an all‐new group of thrill‐seeking cohorts, Xander finds himself enmeshed in a deadly conspiracy that points to collusion at the highest levels of world governments.
RESIDENT EVIL: THE FINAL CHAPTER Release on 27th Jan 2017
Picking up immediately after the events in Resident Evil: Retribution, Alice (Milla Jovovich) is the only survivor of what was meant to be humanity’s final stand against the undead. Now, she must return to where the nightmare began – The Hive in Raccoon City, where the Umbrella Corporation is gathering its forces for a final strike against the only remaining survivors of the apocalypse.
SPLIT Release on 20th Jan 2017
While the mental divisions of those with dissociative identity disorder have long fascinated and eluded science, it is believed that some can also manifest unique physical attributes for each personality, a cognitive and physiological prism within a single being. Though Kevin (James McAvoy) has evidenced 23 personalities to his trusted psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher (Betty Buckley), there remains one still submerged who is set to materialize and dominate all the others. Compelled to abduct three teenage girls led by the willful, observant Casey (Anya Taylor‐Joy, The Witch), Kevin reaches a war for survival among all of those contained within him—as well as everyone around him—as the walls between his compartments shatter apart.
GOLD Release on 27th Jan 2017
Gold stars Matthew McConaughey as Kenny Wells, a failing businessman and modern‐day prospector desperate for a lucky break. As a last ditch effort, Wells teams up with an equally luckless geologist, played by Edgar Ramirez, to execute a grandiose plan: find gold deep in the uncharted jungle of Indonesia.
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EMAL Modern Living magazine is based on various aspects of everyday life including everything from fashion to health and technology around t...
Published on Jan 1, 2017
EMAL Modern Living magazine is based on various aspects of everyday life including everything from fashion to health and technology around t...