其余看到三个男主Craig 奥莱jnik说的有关第四季的，“It’s going to be interesting with no Olivia . . . It’s going to be interesting seeing what 托比 Logan’s life is like now, working entirely with the IIB. I want to see us go a little bit more into my past.”貌似第四季终于要重新交代一点托比Logan的遭受了，再不说就由衷没什么想追剧的欢娱了，尽管Craig 奥莱jnik和Jake
Hugh Jackman does it once again. Brings us a fantastic portrait of the Wolverine, and in a completely different way than we have seen before. Already from the first eyesight, you can see that something had changed from the last time we saw something to Logan. He is weak and looks very sick. He hasn’t got much strength, and can barely fight off some car thieves. Just the fact that he has to pull out one of his claws to make it come out all the way, makes it more subspecies. All the way through the movie, we discover more and more scars all over his body, and we learn that he can’t heal that much anymore. He’s also quite mad all the time and doesn’t treat Caliban very good, even though is turns out that cares about him. Now and then we see something to the good old Wolverine, and see some fantastic fighting sequence. What made me really happy, was that he still has his lifelong friend, Charles.
At a certain point, you stop being judged on your technical knowledge and start being judged on the way you interact with people.
“I think Olivia died doing what she loved and she took care of others throughout three seasons and it was only right for her to go out doing just that.”
Although it’s hard to say goodbye to a show she has been part of for three years, Dinh-Robic, who is currently working on her masters in media studies at Concordia and will be next appearing in a French feature film, says she is very grateful for the wonderful experiences she’s had.
“It’s been an amazing journey and I’m a better actor, a better artist. It’s been an amazing family to be a part of.”
看完这季最大的郁闷是Liv死了。Farewell Wolverine, and Professor X…..
Moving from “how?” to “what?”
"Olivia was a great character and one that worked so well in the show previously but now that Toby’s moved into the police force, we were using her a bit less and didn’t want to just let a character fall away … and we said we should do something to really honour that character and really create an emotional moment that would be explosive for the audience as well to send her off with," said executive producer Peter Mohan.
All in all a very intense goodbye to one of X-men most loved characters, Logan, and a hello to a young and inexperienced mutant, Laura.
Authority, your way
Pierce and Caliban are also two very interesting characters.Pierce is a basted, and he knows it. I think Boyd Holbrook has done a very good job with this role, and in some way, I would hope to see more of this character, ‘cause I believe there is more to him than this. I loved the way they made his missing hand, and the fact he was fixing it himself in a quiet “rough” way.
This is the part where I see a lot of engineers get tripped up, and I would have as well if not for this piece of advice. Switching from “how?” to “what?” is very hard and takes time to develop. It also takes a bit of maturity to be left to your own desires as to what you focus on. After all, if you can spend your time on anything you want, you are also solely responsible for what you produce.
Laura is quite the character and brings new life to the franchise. I was actually quite annoyed at the fact that she wasn’t talking, and it made me very happy (and maybe a bit emotional) when she finally started speaking. Dafne Keen is such a beautiful little girl whit a very lovely voice. I think it was so well done the welcoming of this character, and I made perfect sense that Logan wasn’t very fond of her. She also had her funny moments, where her inner child could shine through. The way she played Laura was so believable for such a young girl, and I really hope that we get to see more of this girl.
This is something I’ve kept in mind throughout my career. Simply being an implementer isn’t good enough – you need to be involved in the process that leads up to implementation. Good engineers don’t just follow orders, they give feedback to and work with product owners to make the product better. Fortunately, I’ve chosen my jobs wisely and never ended up in a situation where people didn’t respect or value my insights.
Charles isn’t doing well either and is also very sick. And as Dr. Rice says, it’s quite ironic that the most powerful brain in the world has a brain disease. Charles has a quite funny character in this one and makes it a bit brighter and gives it a different tone. The way he cares about Laura gives “throwbacks” to the earlier X-men movies when he took care of young mutants. I was really happy to see that Logan still cares very much for him, and he does everything in his power to make Charles wishes come true. Every time they get attacked, he makes it his first priority to make sure that Charles is safe. When Charles gets stabbed by X24, the first thing he says to him is that it wasn’t him, and I think that it shows that he really cares and love him. And when he dies, Logan try his best to keep it together and be strong, but he realizes that Charles really is gone and he’s alone and all of his old friends are dead. He is now alone with his newly discovered daughter, Laura.
Don’t ever do that again. If you’re in a meeting, it’s because you are there to participate. If you’re not sure why you’re there, stop and ask. If you’re not needed, leave. You’re in a leadership position, act like it. Don’t go quietly into a room. Just act like you’re in charge and people will believe it.
The ending was so beautiful and I must admit that I teared quite a bit. From the moment Logan knew that the children were in trouble, he was off to safe them and even took the medicine to gain some strength to fight Pierce and his gang. You could see in Laura’s eyes that she was happy to see Logan, and in that moment I think they realized that they were a family and needs to keep each other safe. When Logan is dying, they both realize it’s too late, and they try to have a beautiful last moment together, and I really think the movie captured that very beautifully.
I had just sat through a meeting where I had nothing to say. During my one-on-one with my director, I mentioned that I was just in a meeting where I had no idea why I was there and had nothing to contribute. He said:
Let them win
This is advice I give to many of my colleagues now. Self-promoting doesn’t mean, “look at me, I’m awesome.” It means letting people know when you’ve hit major milestones, or when you’ve learned something new. It means showing people the work that you’re proud of. It means celebrating your accomplishments and the accomplishments of others. It means being visible within the organization. The engineer who sits quietly in a corner and just codes away is always a bit mysterious – don’t be like that. A quick email to say, “hey, I finished the new email layout. Let me know what you think” goes a long way.
“In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.” - IMDb
When I was first promoted to principal engineer at Yahoo, I sat down with my director to better understand what the role entailed. I knew I had to be more of a leader, but I was having trouble being authoritative. I asked for help. Here’s what he said:
Caliban reminds me a lot of The Avengers’, Vision. Maybe it’s because their voices sound alike, or because they both are “the watcher” of other characters. His mutation I thought was quite cool, and I would have loved to get to know him better. He reminded me of someone straight out of Mad Max. Another charter we sadly had to say goodbye to…
You do great work. I mean really great work. I like how your code looks and that it rarely breaks. The problem is that others don’t see it. In order for you to get credit for the work you’re doing, you have to let people know. You need to do a bit of self-promotion to get noticed.
I’m not sure I’ve ever received a better insight into the software engineering profession since that time. He was exactly right. At that point, no one was questioning my technical ability. I was known as a guy who wrote good, high-quality code that rarely had bugs. What I lacked was leadership skill.
My love for Marvel and superhero movies are big, and this one was one I was very excited for. Once again Marvel succeeding in making an amazing movie with an interesting plot and phenomenal acting. Even though the movie was 2h and 17min, it didn’t fell like it was that long. There was always something happening, and it made sense. It wasn’t too slow or too quick. This Wolverine movie had a completely different tone than the others did. It was way darker, and you got to see a more vulnerable side of Logan. It was also the most violence X-men movie up until now, and I must say that it made it way more interesting. In some way, I believe that it is just what I had waited for, and it was done in a “humble” way. (If that makes sense)
I spent a lot of time that year observing people of authority and how they interacted with others. I took note as to how they walked, how they talked, how they dealt with problem situations. I tried different styles before I finally came across one that worked for me. My style is uniquely me and anyone learning to be in a position of authority has to go through the same growing pains. My advantage was that my mentor clued me about the process up front.
This was one piece of advice I resisted initially. I was right nearly all of the time, why would I ever let someone else win? However, as I had grown to trust his instincts, I gave it a shot. The result: there were less arguments. People didn’t feel like they had to get one over on me, and in turn, I became better at identifying things I really didn’t care that much about. I stuck to my guns on important issues and let the others ones get resolved by the other party. The intensity of all conversations dropped considerably.
None of this matters