Sorry I'm new in this episode. Was she cute? hahah Miriam lol <3. Interesting video. (Maybe improve the animation by not typing words one letter at a time which is too slow and distracting compare to our reading speed. So, how do we counter or diffuse such fallacies once we're aware of it.
Was a red herring used by early hunt saboteurs? peace (from the UK
Jack (Robert Scott Howard) is a Vegas detective who is constantly telling us he hates his job. He has a reputation of being honest and hangs out at the private and exclusive Red Herring lounge. A string of murders points to a businessman friend. Detective White is called in to work with Jack who wants to excuse himself from the case because he knows the suspects.
The acting was very stiff. G. Eric Miles who played Detective White was noticibly bad. The dialogue was bland as was the sound track. The whole film had a made-for-TV quality to it. Jack suffers from lame flashbacks. He sees a man in a mask and we don't know if that is the real killer or a symbol of an unknown killer. On occasion, Jack gives us some first person narration with a faux noir quality to it.
And yes with a title like RED HERRING one expects a major twist.
Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity. Attempted rape.
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I have been looking for this track for a happy I found assic. @ 3:52 If the earliest documented use of red herring is the transcript of a parliamentary speech given in 1782 in which the term is used without explanation and it is presumed to be understood by the audience, that cannot possibly be the earliest use of the term, just the earliest that has been preserved in written form. It had to have been in common oral use already, at least among upper class gentlemen which was the audience of parliamentary speeches. It seems very likely that it was based on the actual practice of those who wished to lure the hounds of hunters away from their prey for whatever reason, either to train the dogs to follow a particular game scent rather than get distracted by a more compelling one, or simply to play a joke on the hunters as intimated by Cobbett. It seems to have been well-known for at least a century earlier (at least 1697) that hounds would follow that pungent scent excitedly. Although the Langbaine passage comes in the context of training horses, it's obvious that the herring was used to lay down a trail for the dogs to follow, not the horses. The horses were being trained to follow an excited pack of unleashed dogs. The herring scent was how the trainers excited and directed the dogs and kept them from running off in all directions. Cobbett & son starting in 1807 are merely popularizers of a term that already was understood, at least in some circles, such as among dog trainers, hunters (and apparently, members of parliament) and Cobbett just gives a folk etymology in his apocryphal first person story. Ironically, his etymology itself has become a red herring since many readers of the OED have been led to think he was the authentic originator of the phrase. It's also possible that the term arose among hunters when the dogs lost the trail. One of the hunters might have speculated aloud that the dogs had been following the scent of a boy eating red herring rather than the game they were hunting, and the term stuck. However, considering the 1697 Langbaine reference, I find some form of training of hounds and horses to be more probable. I should note that modern dog trainers do indeed train dogs to follow specific scents. Retrievers in particular are taught to follow game scents and also shot scent, that is, the scents of animals which have been shot and are bleeding. Preference is given to following wounded animals so that they can be promptly dispatched and put out of their misery if still alive.
Emma looks better in red.
My definition for Red Herrings are the shill votes for this film, there is no way this is anywhere near a 10, well unless your scale is comparing it to Ben & Arthur or Shark Attack 3 Megalodon even then it should only scrape a 7.
First the acting well its on a par with your typical amateur play shown at your local village hall, not good, not bad but meh!
Wasn't too happy about the fast forward sequences at the beginning thought my laptop had picked up a virus.
Camera work was pretty good I thought, but again this was over shadowed by the low grade acting, I kept shouting CUT now lets do that scene again and this time people say the lines with conviction.
What did surprise me was the guy who played the Russian Kyusovich, I couldn't work out his accent, I thought he sounded more like a Mexican until I checked back here and discovered he was born in Russia.
So there you go, what do I know, I'm probably way too fussy but seriously it's worth a 4/10 which will be nearer the mark than the 8.7 it was this morning.
I've got a question: Why do entertainers get awards for doing their job and where did that originate. Ahh her DEBUT single released today but she's been ruling soundcloud for forever ofc. Hope she does well. Yeah she is literally Ariel but all she needs is a green bra and tail.
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