Netflix today announced an increase in prices, which will make the standard plan and premium plan more expensive, while the price of the entry-level plan remains the same.
The basic plan that limits quality to standard definition is still $8.99 per month, but the price of the standard plan is now $13.99 (previously $12.99) and the price of the premium plan is now $17.99 (previously $15.99).
The standard plan allows people to watch at 1080p quality and includes streaming on two screens, but people who want to watch 4K Netflix content or watch on up to four screens at once need to subscribe to the most expensive premium plan.
Netflix previously increased the price in January 2019, increasing the price of the standard tier from $10.99 to $12.99, and the price of the premium tier from $13.99 to $15.99.
This change will take effect immediately for new customers who sign up for Netflix. According to current customers, they will see the latest prices on their bills within the next two months. CNBC. Before the price increase, customers will receive a 30-day warning.
Netflix chief operating officer Greg Peters said in the last Netflix earnings conference call that if Netflix brings more value to users, then “there is a chance to go back occasionally” and ask members to “pay more.”
The new preview image allows us to observe the two stars more closely, But unfortunately, so far, there is still no way to tell us what we can see from this mysterious series!Previously confirmed that this new series of events is in resident Evil game, NetflixOriginal announcement resident Evil: Infinite darkness Teasing like this,[Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness] It is scheduled to be released globally on Netflix in 2021. Three years after the CG movie “Resident Evil: Vendetta” came out, the technology has been further developed, laying the foundation for an unprecedented complete 3DCG animation production new series.
The statement continued ironically: “Since the first game was released on Sony PlayStation in 1996, the “Resident Evil” series has approached its 25th anniversary. With the continuous development of the series, even now, the new title has been portrayed. The history of the series. The title of the series is “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness”.
As Netflix previously confirmed, Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness Will be provided by TMS Entertainment (Dr. Stone, fruit basketRestart series, etc.), and Hiroyuki Kobayashi who returned directly from Capcom’s original game. Kei Miyamoto and Quebico will also oversee the 3DCG animation. But what do you think?
Are you excited to see the new changes resident Evil Anime series? What would you like to see in Leon and Claire’s adventure?Let us know what you think in the comments, or you can even contact me directly for all the information about animations and other interesting content @Valdezology on Twitter!
(FOXBUSINESS)-Sony released the official PlayStation 5 media remote control on TV Thursday’s blog post, Enabling players to seamlessly transition between games and other entertainment content.
The remote control will allow gamers to turn on the power of the PS5 console and easily browse the entertainment applications of the system through the built-in play/pause, fast forward and rewind controls. In addition, the remote control allows users to adjust the volume and power settings on a compatible TV.
Sony’s latest PlayStation accessories will have dedicated buttons for Netflix, Disney+, Spotify and Youtube, where users can watch favorite movies and TV shows, play music, play and share the best game moments.
Sony said that Apple TV’s content will also be provided when it is released, and there will be the opportunity to watch or participate in the game live broadcast through Twitch.
Other streaming platforms, such as Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Peacock, will launch PS5 later. HBO Max, which is still working on a deal with Amazon Fire TV and Roku, does not appear to be on the list.
As PS5’s new user interface, The entertainment application will be available immediately after launching on its independent home screen, without waiting to download content from the PlayStation Store, and the new control center will allow users to play, pause, skip and switch stations in their favorite music.
Although the remote control will not be provided with PS5 when in the console Launched on November 12, Can now be purchased separately at major retailers for $30, including aims, Amazon, Best Buy and Game stop, Although some places are out of stock.
The standard edition price of PS5 is 499.99 dollars, the digital edition price is 399.99 dollars.
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New Netflix original series from Germany, Barbarians (Barbarians), has just been released on the streaming platform this October 23rd. Produced in partnership with Gaumont, Barbarians takes the viewer back to Roman times in the northern region of Europe we now call Germany.
Established in 9th German AD, Barbarians is a dramatization of the events leading up to the battle in the Teutoburg Forest, where German tribes face the three legions of the Roman Empire. This battle was seen as important because it stopped Roman expansion into northern Europe. At its heart, however, the series is about the friendship of three Germanic children, who separated during the Roman occupation and who met again, years later.
There are conflicts, brutal sword fights, bloody battleships, folklore mythology, and the intrigue of love that fans of the series. Game of Thrones and Vikings will definitely enjoy. This historical series is a compelling tale of revenge and betrayal.
The first episode opens when a young woman from a German tribe is presented to marry a keir (or tribal chief) from a neighboring tribe. He examined it like he was going to buy a horse, considering the size of his pelvis and teeth. Thusnelda (Jeanne Goursaud), of course, had no intention of being sold to a prince in exchange for five horses. She is a strong and energetic young woman who knows her own thoughts, and she has secretly seen the Folkwin swordsman (David Schütter).
Thusnelda was part of the Cherusci tribe, led by the chieftain Segimer. The village of Cherusci received a surprise visit from the Roman soldiers occupying the land. They demanded an exorbitant amount of tribute. Segimer, who had offered his sons years earlier to the Roman Empire for peace, was angry that the Romans demanded more tribute and called for a meeting of all the chieftains. Unfortunately, these tribes do not want to unite to fight together, their competition is too ingrained. The Romans may have called them all Germans, but every tribe did not think of themselves as such.
Surprised to see that the tribes would do nothing to Rome, Thusnelda decided with Folkwin’s help to go about alone to humiliate the Romans. Their actions will have a bigger impact than they can predict. Roman governor Varus (Gaetano Aronica) decided to avenge this offense by sending his adopted son Arminius (Laurence Rupp). Something tied Arminius to this land and especially Thusnelda and Folkwin.
The Germanic tribes were so divided that even within a single tribe, it was never certain who would be loyal to the chief and who would easily betray the entire tribe for their own benefit. This is the main theme of the series: who can you trust. The series seems to presume trust as weakness, as it blinds a person to potential betrayal. In this ward there are three friends who make covenants to support each other, but will they break this covenant when they grow up?
You will find yourself easily drawn into this story set in Roman-occupied Germany. This is thanks to the outstanding production design, great performances, especially of the main trio of Jeanne Goursaud, David Schütter and Laurence Rupp, and the series’ beautiful cinematography shaping a certain tonality.
Babarian is Netflix’s first German historical series, and the first Netflix project of Gaumont GmbH, a subsidiary of the French company Gaumont SA. French Gaumont has worked with Netflix before, on productions like Narcos and Hannibal, but Babarian is the first German project to be launched.
The series was created by Arne Nolting and Jan Martin Scharf, who also co-wrote the script with Andreas Heckmann. Barbara Eder directed the first four episodes and Steve St. Leger on the last two episodes. According to producer Sabine de Mardt, the historical significance of the battle turned out to be an ideal setting for the drama that took place between the three childhood friends.
Barbarians is an outstanding series that uncovers important historical events in Europe through a gripping tale of love, friendship, betrayal and revenge. With only six episodes, ending on a kind of cliffhanger, you’ll be itching for the next season to find out what’s next.
October is National Employment Promotion Month for the Disabled. For those interested in improving the working atmosphere for people with disabilities, it’s time to read articles that repeat familiar and frustrating employment figures, and participate in a discussion about the value of people with disabilities in the workforce and how to adapt them more fairly and effectively Seminars and webinars.
Coincidentally, we can still watch this year”far“This is a warm, quite traditional but realistic science fiction drama on Netflix. In the process, we can gain some very new insights into the disability experience, including how people adapt to new disabilities and how to work in the workplace. re-locate.
Space travel has a lot of suspense and reliable special effects
“Stay away”, and a lot of standard human drama.But if we know what we are looking for, we will not find one or two some Important disability roles and disability themes are presented in surprisingly subtle and non-stereotypical ways. Disabled activist and editor of The New York Times, Alice Wong commented on “Gone” Visibility for the disabled: the first-person story of the 21st century Say:
“I thought it would be a performance about space exploration, but in the end it is a deeper examination of interdependence and adaptation-two themes of the daily lives of persons with disabilities.”
One of the most powerful messages of the exhibition is to strongly affirm the ability and strength of people with disabilities to work in a team, and they are engaged in arduous and arduous tasks under tremendous pressure.
Note: There are some spoilers in some of the main events that make the storyline move, but they will not spoil the results…
The tone of this show may be written by myself, and the plot is easy to summarize:
Netflix: “Commander Emma Green abandoned her husband and daughter and led the international astronauts on an arduous three-year mission to Mars.”
Internet Movie Database: “An American astronaut worked hard to leave her husband and daughter behind to perform dangerous missions with the international astronauts.”
However, in addition to the role-centric, rather obvious components of realistic science fiction adventures, the technology and problem-solving moments remind people of Apollo’s mission, and “Leaving” also proposes another explanation:
In space and back to Earth, everyone involved in the epic mission to Mars is experiencing, adapting to the handicapped and disabled life, while striving to fulfill the most important personal and professional responsibilities to them.
“Leaving” is neither an obvious “hit” nor is it widely praised. The first season will come out in September 2020. It has gained some enthusiasm, but it does not seem to have generated enough “buzz” that it seems to be unable to stand out among dozens of other TV series premiering on streaming services every week. It has 60% Rotten tomatoes The ratings of reviewers and viewers, from 59 out of the reviewer’s reviews (out of 100) and 6.2 out of 6.2 (out of 10) Meta criticism. This is a respectable record, but not compelling.
Therefore, perhaps the most important long-term difference in this series is the portrayal of disability. “Go Away” is an upcoming sci-fi performance, a family drama, a thriller, and even a romance novel. However, whether you intend to participate or not, this is also a disability performance. So far, there are at least five disabled characters in the earth and space to deal with various disabilities.
Matt Logan (Josh Charles) is the husband of Atlas Spaceship Commander Emma Green (Emma Green) and a technical consultant for the Mars expedition. Matt was still an astronaut, but was banned from space travel because of a potentially dangerous genetic disease. He suffered a stroke in the first episode, resulting in paralysis. He has undergone extensive rehabilitation and has done some rehabilitation work to prove it, but he may never walk and is now in a wheelchair.
Misha Popov (Mark Ivanir) is a Russian astronaut and an Atlas crew member. During the journey to Mars, due to the influence of space, he began to lose sight, and eventually lost most of his effective vision, thus impairing his role in the 5-person crew.
Alexis Logan (Talitha Eliana Bateman) is the 15-year-old daughter of General Green and Matt Logan. Alexis showed symptoms of trauma and depression, partly due to her mother’s absence, she was worried that she might never come back, and her father’s sudden stroke and disability.
Casey Ramirez (Felecia Patti), the daughter of Melissa Ramirez, Commander Emma Green’s family liaison. Cassie suffers from Down syndrome, about the same age as Alexis. The two girls became friends.
Tramis Parker (Jami Nieto) is a patient Matt contacted at the rehabilitation center. Travis is also paralyzed, and he advocates that Matt make a deeper commitment to physical rehabilitation and recovery work, rather than what he thinks is “prematurely” engaged in adaptive family life.
Dr. Fred Putney (Michael Patrick Thornton) is a psychiatrist who oversees the mental and emotional health of Atlas crew members. He uses a wheelchair, and we didn’t realize it until he had appeared in multiple scenes. He tried to provide peer support for Matt’s wheelchair users.
Most of the “lessons learned” about disability provided in “Leaving” are not verbalized. They use role modeling to simulate how people deal with different disabilities as they navigate their lives and achieve their goals and obligations. So far, there are three main disability topics in “Leaving” to observe and learn:
1. Children with disabilities
We saw a disabled child and a teenager with Down syndrome become good friends without much friction or fuss.
The young girl with Down syndrome is described as capable, understanding and perceptive, but the reality shows her cognitive difficulties. We occasionally notice her social clumsiness, but this is easy to deal with and not overly exaggerated. She has also attended a formal middle school without any obvious struggle or conflict.
It also mentioned that the marriage was partially but not completely broken down due to the birth of a disabled child, and that the parents gave up on senior occupations to focus on disabled children.
2. Adapt to the disability
Wong pointed out that the role of persons with disabilities “adapted to their new reality in different ways, which is what I appreciate as a viewer of the disabled.” The specific themes of disability adjustment include:
Efforts to reduce recovery and focus on life, or continue intensive treatment for further recovery, at the same time, medical treatment and treatment have also encountered practical financial constraints.
We have seen many details of typical home modifications suitable for wheelchair users.
We also saw a newly disabled person mixing happiness and anxiety with coming home again, in a house that has undergone major changes due to accessibility.
Newly disabled characters are physically and emotionally forced by the environment to adapt to their disability in a credible, factual way.
Other disabled persons provide peer advice and support to new disabled persons. Wong talked about the rarity and value of peer relationships in TV descriptions of disability, and talked about Matt’s interactions with his friend Travis at the rehabilitation center and Dr. Putney, a psychiatrist of the Atlas project:
“His conversations with other disabled people show the power of peer relationships, and we need to describe them more together.”
3. Disability in the workplace
Regarding the onset of blindness among Russian astronauts, Wong pointed out:
“At first, people were angry that Misha didn’t disclose his visual impairment. The shock and betrayal gradually turned into the camera crew. They focused on what Misha could do and valued his skills because of his blindness.”
In the process of Atlas’ mission to Mars and the return of disabled people to Earth, we especially witnessed:
The loss of major career opportunities due to genetic defects and the perception of higher risks, doubts about high-status abilities at the beginning of disability, and colleagues have different views on what disability means to roles in the team.
We also obtained important insights into solving the task problem by observing the disability and adaptability of team members. We have also seen at least one example in which a disabled person was well placed in an important professional job, and a new disabled person rejoined the work team.
These are not sugar-coated or painful. It is both optimistic and realistic, and is extremely rarely balanced in the description of disability on television. These descriptions and questions of disability are only part of the larger tapestry, and may actually make the disability concept in “Away” easier to understand and truthful. That is a real achievement. Disability on television is often affected by overly straightforward and deliberate “messaging,” or by lazy reliance on emotional manipulation clichés.
Instead, the success of disability descriptions in “Away” reinforces some key principles of disability descriptions in popular media:
Pursue realism in melodrama.
Demonstrate the hardship and ideal version of disabled life-hardship and victory.
Get the technical details correctly-no awkward hospital wheelchairs, no steep slopes.
Whenever possible, let disabled actors play disabled roles.
Felecia is played by an actress with Down syndrome, and Dr. Putney and Travis are both played by real wheelchair users. This kind of casting is a magic weapon to fight for fairness and respect, and it is also a performance opportunity for disabled actors who are often ignored and discriminated against in the entertainment industry for a long time. It also adds an extra layer of authenticity and ensures that the description of the disability will not be excessive or disrespectful.
“Leaving” evaluation of disability
So, what can we learn about disability from delightful mid-level sci-fi Netflix frantic watches such as “Away”? Here are four suggestions:
1. Disabilities bring inherent challenges, especially when they come suddenly or unexpectedly. However, adapting oneself to a disability is only one of the obstacles we face. The hardest part is usually the various and sometimes shocking negative reactions we get from other people and environments-personal and system abilities that most people only discover at certain stages of actual disability. Family, friends and colleagues also need to adjust. Unless they do, they will create far-reaching obstacles like the disabled themselves.
2. Adapting to a disability can be complicated and difficult. But this is always possible, especially when necessary. All disabled roles in “Leaving” face a choice: abandon their plans and responsibilities, accept new roles and priorities, or adjust their methods and continue the path they have chosen. They choose the latter here and show us how to do it with elegance, dignity and innovation in their personal and professional lives.
3. For persons with disabilities, one of the most important resources is the advice and support of other persons with disabilities. So far, these disabled characters have not taken full advantage of the support they can provide to each other. But the opportunity has arrived. Hope the series will continue and we will see more collaborations among disabled people that we sometimes see in real life.
4. In any workplace (including space) or other teamwork is not only the key to success, but also the key to survival, the disabled can still become important members of the team. Likewise, more events will give us more opportunities to understand how people with disabilities adapt to any workplace, even those millions of miles away from the earth.
“Away” will never be regarded as the best product for “Peak TV”. But this is an interesting and interesting adventure. The program also provided us with many stories, as well as positive, effective and real examples of disability adaptation and teamwork, which is also a great achievement. These examples fit the broader theme of the show.
As Alice Wong sums it up: “Pay attention to differences, teamwork and cooperation are great, and they are the way forward.”