THE CAMBRIAN HOTEL
FEW VS MANY REVIEW
VICO GOES MEDITERRANEE
SPRING/SUMMER COLLECTION FROM VICO MOVEMENT
INCREDIBLE STONE VILLA
FERRARI F12 BERLINETTA
SUCCESSOR TO THE 599
WORLD WALL STICKER
DIFFERENT THEN OTHERS
There are world maps, and there are world maps. But this Different World Wall Sticker is probably something completely different. It's the shape of the world but made out of letters. Very cool.
Some people live in pretty amazing places. At Few vs Many we are always curious how other people live. Especially when they have an eye for design. We found this place at the Swedish website Lagerlings, and this is something worth saving.
It is a simple loft and we guess, looking at the shape of the windows, the place is situated somewhere on a top floor. The place is very cool and look at the amount of details... Incredible. We are saving this one in our bookmarks. How about you?
THE 10 MOVIES
THAT WILL MAKE 2013
What's the first thing you do when you book a flight for your next travel destination? A list of things you need to pack maybe? We also make a list, but it's not your average list. It's a list of all the movies we want to see on our iPad.
So, it won't come as a surprise that we're very into movies. Last night was Oscar night and we were happy to find out some of our favorites took home the golden statues (Lawrence, Lewis, Affleck). For us, Oscar night is not only a night to celebrate the best movies of the previous year, it's also the conclusion of a complete year of movies. 2012 is a wrap and it's time to look forward to what 2013 has to offer. And we couldn't think of a better idea then create a top 10 list of movies we are looking forward to right now. Let's begin!
1. Pacific Rim (July 2013)
Guillermo del Toro's newest movie. Need we say more? Of course we do. And we'll start with saying we just love Del Toro's work (El laberinto del fauno, Hellboy 1 & 2). We were also completely bummed out to hear he dropped out of the Hobbit project because we were very curious what he would have done with it. Anyway. Pacific Rim is his latest project en it features a bad ass Idris Elba who controls a squad of soldiers who operate huge robots to fight giant monsters that threaten to destroy planet earth. Jep, sounds pretty nice right? Well, it looks nice also. Click here for the trailer.
2. Man of steel (June 2013)
Superman has always been our least favorite superhero. We don't really know why, but we've always been more of a Spiderman/Batman type. But, things might be changing soon. A new Super man is coming our way and it's looking ridiculously sweet. The flick is directed by Zack Snyder (300, Watchmen, Sucker Punch) so visually we're in pole position. If you add up the fact that Christopher Nolan has interfered with the whole project (writing/producing) there's gold coming to your local cinema this year. Click here for the trailer.
3. Elysium (August 2013)
Director Neil Blomkamp (District 9) is back. The former protégé from Peter Jackson is on fire. His new Elysium movie has Matt Damon in the lead and is set in the year 2159. The wealthy live in space and the poor on a ruined Earth. Damon goes 'Green Zone' and might think of something that brings back balance on planet Earth. Everything for this movie looks promising. We haven't seen anything yet but we have a naturally weakness for good science fiction. Hopefully this one turns out great!
4. Hobbit part II (December 2013)
We've been long time fans of everything that surrounds The Lord of the Rings. We've read it all. The Silmarillion, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings… Even the letters that JRR Tolkien left his sons. But it started all at the Hobbit when we were kids. Past December we were flabbergasted when we saw the first installment. It wasn't as good as we hoped it would be, but we enjoyed it still very much. That's why we're already looking forward to december this year, just so we can see Bilbo meeting Beorn and King Thranduil of Mirkwood.
5. Gravity (October 2013)
Gravity is a movie on this list that might come as a surprise to you. As we've mentioned before, we're pretty into science fiction. Well, imagine George Clooney and Sandra Bullock all alone in outer space trying to fix their crashed spaceship and return to earth. Directed by Alfonso Cuaron and that names probably doesn't ring a bell right away. He is the man who debuted his career with the very intense Children of Men movie. This one is going to be big. Oscar material.
6. Star Trek Into Darkness (May/June 2013)
J.J. Abrams is big news right now. He just signed to do a whole set of new Star Wars movies and he has proven that he can do it with the very first Star Trek movie. We never liked Spock and all of his trekkie followers. But we did love the latest Star Trek movie and instantly fell in love with everything that surrounds the USS Enterprise (thank you for Zoe Zaldana). Heck it even made us longing for more. Click here for the trailer.
7. Anchorman II (December 2013)
We've gotta admit. We saw Anchorman for the first time a few weeks ago. Yes, shame on us, we know. And yes, we loved it. Just like everyone else. The announcement of a second installment Ron Burgendry himself did at Conan's late night show was hilarious. The first movie was hilarious. The complete cast is returning (which is hilarious)… We think this one is going to be hilarious. Wanna bet? Click here to see the first teaser.
8. The Wolverine (July 2013)
Ever since the first X-Men movie arrived in cinemas everyone was screaming for a single Wolverine movie. Ever since the first X-Men movie was made producers and production companies have tried to make one. The time was never right though. And if the time was right, there's was no money. Or no director. Or no story. Well, in 2013 the movie is going to hit your local cinema and you're going to remember the time Logan pointed his adamantium claws against samurais in Japan.
9. Riddick (September 2013)
The Chronicles of Riddick was an ok movie. But we loved Pitch Black (also a Riddick movie). A pretty much bad ass Vin Diesel who protects a boy (actually a girl) from nasty aliens though everybody thought Diesel had no feelings. Doesn't sound that good but don't be mistaken. The movie rocks and that's why we're looking forward to this all new 'episode' in which Riddick fights a new species of aliens.
10. Hangover Part III
The wolf pack returns for the last installment of the Hangover movies. The first part changed the comedy movie landscape. The second wasn't that good (too much of the same) but because we slept in the 'Hangover' suite in the Lebua in Bangkok, we like that movie more then most people. Anyway. We think this third movie is going to be just us priceless as the first. Why we think this way? Don't know. It's a hunch.
The movies that didn't make it to the list... Iron Man 3, 300 Rise of an Empire, The Lone Ranger, Fast Six, Monsters University, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, A Most Wanted Man and Nymphomaniac.
SPRING SUMMER 2013