Xem Nhiều 4/2023 #️ Movie Time : Screening From September 28 To October 4 # Top 8 Trend | Docdaochinhban.com

Xem Nhiều 4/2023 # Movie Time : Screening From September 28 To October 4 # Top 8 Trend

Cập nhật thông tin chi tiết về Movie Time : Screening From September 28 To October 4 mới nhất trên website Docdaochinhban.com. Hy vọng nội dung bài viết sẽ đáp ứng được nhu cầu của bạn, chúng tôi sẽ thường xuyên cập nhật mới nội dung để bạn nhận được thông tin nhanh chóng và chính xác nhất.

Showing Cinemas

Thwin Cinema, Mingalar Cinema 1 (Thein Gyi Zay), Shae Saung Cinema, Top Royal Cinema (Parami- Sein Gay Har), Mingalar Sanpya Cineplex Cinema 1, Mingalar Cineplex Gamone Pwint (Hledan) Cinema 2, Mingalar Cinemas Sein Gay Har (Hlaing Thar Yar), JCGV Square Theatre 1, JCGV Maw Tin Theatre 1, JCGV Junction City Theatre 4 and JCGV City Mall Theatre 3

Yike Sar

Filming by Mike Tee, it is a comedy film casting by Pyay Ti Oo, Soe Myat Thuzar, Libby Jennings.

Showing Cinemas

Thamada Cinema, Mingalar Sanpya Cineplex Cinema 2, Mingalar Waziyar Cinema (Hlaing Thar Yar), Mingalar Cineplex Gamone Pwint (Hledan) Cinema 3 and Mingalar Cinemas Sein Gay Har (Hlaing Thar Yar) Cinema 2

Chuu Si

Filming by actor Min Oo, it is a film about girls from KTV casting by Kyaw Htet Aung, Melody, Aye Myat Thu, Ei Chaw Po, May, Nan Su Oo, Chit Snow Oo and other acts.

Showing Cinemas

Shae Saung Cinema Theatre 2 and 3, Mingalar Sanpya Cineplex 3, Mingalar Cineplex Ga Mone Pwint (Hledan) Cinema 3 and Mingalar Cinemas Sein Gay Har (Hlaing Thar Yar) Cinema 2

Hna Sae Lay Nar Yi Ta Chit

Filming by Ko Zaw (Arr Yone Oo), it is a drama-comedy film casting by Aung Ye Lin, Yar Zar Nay Win, Dain Daung, Moe Hay Ko, Aye Myat Thu and other acts.

Showing Cinemas

JCGV Junction City Theatre 3, JCGV Square Theatre 1, JCGV City Mall Theatre 3 and JCGV Maw Tin Theatre 2

Johnny English: Strikes Again

It is a sequel spy action comedy film directed by David Kerr.

Showing Cinemas

JCGV Square Theatre 3, JCGV Maw Tin Theatre 2, JCGV Junction City Starium and JCGV City Mall Theatre 2

The Equalizer 2

It is a 2018 American vigilante thriller film directed by Antoine Fuqua.

Showing Cinemas

Mingalar Cinema 2 Dagon Center 2 (Myaynigone) and Nay Pyi Taw Cinema Theatre 3

The Predator

It is a 2018 American science fiction action film directed by Shane Black.

Showing Cinemas

Nay Pyi Taw Cinema Theatre 1, Migalar Cineplex Gamone Pwint (Hledan) Cinema 1, JCGV Junction City KFC Theatre, and JCGV City Mall Theatre 1

The Nun

It is an upcoming American gothic supernatural horror film directed by Corin Hardy.

Showing Cinemas

Nay Pyi Taw Cinema Theatre 2


Stree is a 2018 Indian Hindi-language comedy-horror film directed by Amar Kaushik.

Showing Cinemas

JCGV Junction City Theatre 2,

Samhain: The Time Between The Times

Autumn is my most favourite time of year. The temperatures drop, the leaves turn brilliant colours, candy apples start appearing, everything turns to pumpkin spice, and eventually, my birthday! (Can’t forget Thanksgiving either!) It’s a season of definite transition. However, as much as I love this season, it is also the time for Halloween, known to the Ancient Celts as Samhain (pronounced sah-win or sow-in). Check out this description of the Samhain provided by Druidry.org:

To the ancient Celts, the year had two “hinges.” These were Beltaine (the first of May) and Samhain, (the first of November), which is also the traditional Celtic New Year. And these two days were the most magical, and often frightening times of the whole year.

At Samhain (which corresponds to modern Halloween), time lost all meaning and the past, present, and future were one. The dead, and the denizens of the Other World, walked among the living. It was a time of fairies, ghosts, demons, and witches. Winter itself was the Season of Ghosts, and Samhain is the night of their release from the Underworld. Many people lit bonfires to keep the evil spirits at bay. Often a torch was lit and carried around the boundaries of the home and farm, to protect the property and residents against the spirits throughout the winter.

Many Irish and Scottish Celts appeased their dead with a traditional Dumb Supper. On Samhain Eve, supper was served in absolute silence, and one place was set at the head of the table “for the ancestors”. This place was served food and drink without looking directly at the seat, for to see the dead would bring misfortune. Afterwards, the untouched plate and cup were taken outside “for the pookas”, and left in the woods. In other traditions, this is the night to remember, honor, and toast our beloved departed, for the veil between the living and the dead is thin, and communication is possible on Samhain Eve.

This time of year, I always like to shed light on what this season actually represents because so many people-namely Believers-walk around in ignorance regarding it, and many times, that ignorance is willful. While the Bible doesn’t mention Samhain or Halloween specifically, however, it does mention the various pagan acts committed by the neighboring godless nations.

(It may also interest you that I was able to recognize and trace the worship of the Celts back to the worship of the Canaanites, which was confirmed later by reading How the Irish Saved Civilization by Thomas Cahill from his Hinges of History collection.)

However, while Samhain commemorates all things deadly and seemingly ancestral, I would like to take this time to focus on another aspect: the time between the times.

First and foremost, it is interesting to note that November 1 is the Celtic/Druid New Year which is one of many comparisons between the Celts and the Hebrews. The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, also takes place in Autumn and is also marked by feast days. This speaks to a time of transition.

While we are focusing on Samhain and Halloween, it is important to note that the concept of a time between times was not purely festal to the Celts; it was a belief that encompassed the very land itself.

1 Chronicles 12:32 tells us that the tribe of Issachar had understanding of the times and seasons; their gifting was actually their military contribution. And the Book of Daniel tells us that “[God] changes the times and the seasons” and “gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to those who have understanding,” (2:21).

To the Celts, the time between the times relating to Samhain was a time to commune with the dead; to appease them. And also, to be wary or fearful of interactions with ghosts of those long dead which we as Believers know to be familiar spirits, malevolent in nature, and the source of knowledge of all types of divination, including necromancy. Deuteronomy 18:9-14 commands us to have nothing to do with any of these witchcrafts, including necromancy. However, as Believers, discerning the times is not just a measure of the Spirit of God available to every Believer, but also a key ingredient to staying in tune with the will of God for our lives in each respective season. Especially the times of transition.


‘True Beauty’ Episode 7 Spoilers From Webtoon: Ju

At the end of ‘True Beauty’ episode 6, we saw how Ju-kyung (Moon Ga-young) had been kidnapped by Seo-jun’s (Hwang In-yeop) rivals after they mistakenly believe that she is his girlfriend. Considering how Su-ho (Cha Eun-woo) and Seo-jun are together, it makes us wonder which of them will end up bailing her out of this treacherous situation of still being bullied by her former classmates. Will Seo-jun unknowingly help Ju-kyung find the courage to face up to her bullies and their friends or will it be Su-ho. There is also the possibility of Seo-jun learning of Ju-kyung’s secret in the process of bailing her out and all of this has us excited to watch the brand new episode that will drop tonight. However, we hope that Ju-kyung manages to get out of this situation on her own like she did when she was kidnapped because that is a great way of showing how one can stand up to bullies and not be put in the position of a damsel in distress.

Considering how she had managed to call her friend Soo-jin and set up a video call while being captured by Seo-jun’s rival, it definitely gives us hope, and so far, the show has brilliantly set itself apart from the comics. The faults that we had seen so far in the comics have been replaced with some interesting subplots to help strengthen the screenplay. In fact, the upcoming episode would entirely veer away from the comics as we will see Seo-jun actively try and stop Su-ho from getting any closer with Ju-kyung. Of course, he manages to ask her out on a date despite this. Then there is also the fact that Soo-jin is seen hugging Su-ho as he comforts her. This has probably got to do with Soo-jin’s father mistreating her at home with unrealistic expectations, but this may also hinder Ju-kyung and Su-ho’s relationship.

This is also the case with Seo-jun and Su-ho’s animosity as well. Despite learning that Su-ho had helped his mother get surgery after their friend Se-yeon’s death, Seo-jun is not ready to give in and accept Su-ho. He continues to blame Su-ho instead as that has become his coping mechanism to get through the process of grieving his friend’s loss. The fact that Su-ho’s father played an active role in Se-yeon’s decision to die by suicide as we learned in episode 6, only worsens the situation between the two.

We also hope to see Ju-kyung, Seo-jun, and Su-ho help each other heal from their past wounds instead of it being a one-way street or even a two way street between Su-ho and Ju-kyung for that matter. Of course, we can already see the show setting itself up for major second lead syndrome with Seo-jun, as he had just begun to fall for Su-ho, but a more holistic approach to the overall plot would be great too! One thing that is certain however is that both Su-ho and Seojun will end up becoming jealous after a handsome sportsperson ends up hitting on Ju-kyung.

‘True Beauty’ episodes will air on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 pm on tvN in Seoul, and can be streamed on Viki in the US.

If you have an entertainment scoop or a story for us, please reach out to us on (323) 421-7515

4 Món Ngon Tuyệt Từ Cá Kèo

Ngoài món lẩu quen thuộc, bạn có thể chế biến cá kèo thành nhiều món ăn ngon như cá kèo chiên xù, nướng và kho tiêu…

Cá kèo có nhiều ở mảnh đất Nam bộ như: Sóc Trăng, Bạc Liêu, Cà Mau, Cần Thơ… Hiện nay, cá kèo được bày bán nhiều ở chợ, khi mua cá kèo nên chọn loại cá tươi sống. Cá được làm sạch bằng cách dùng lá sả chà sát cá trong chiếc rổ tre trong khoảng vài phút, rồi mang rửa lại cho sạch bằng nước muối cho tróc hết vảy nhớt. Điều đặc biệt khi chế biến các món ăn từ cá kèo là mật và ruột cá phải giữ nguyên vì đây chính là phần hấp dẫn nhất của cá kèo, rất béo và mát. Sau đó bạn có thể chế biến thành nhiều món ăn khác nhau:

Trong bữa ăn gia đình ở Nam bộ, những bà nội trợ thường làm món cá kèo kho tiêu để dùng với cơm nóng. Thịt cá mang ướp trong 20 phút với nước màu dừa, đường, nước mắm ngon, đầu hành lá, tiêu trong cái nồi đất, sau đó nhắc lên bếp kho trong lửa riu riu. Sau khi nước kho sánh lại, cá chín cong vàng ươm nứt thịt tỏa ra mùi hương thơm phưng phức rồi nêm ít tiêu, ớt và nhắc xuống bếp.

Cá kèo kho tiêu được xem là món đặc trưng ở Nam bộ, thịt cá săn chắc, béo ngậy quyện với vị tiêu, ớt cay cay khi kết hợp cùng cơm nóng, rau thơm, dưa leo khi ăn sẽ càng thích hơn. Thịt cá săn chắc, béo ngậy hòa với vị tiêu, ớt cay cay, kết hợp với rau thơm, dưa leo càng ăn sẽ càng thích. Món này dùng với cơm nóng hay nguội đều ngon tuyệt.

Ngoài món kho tiêu, cá kèo còn được ướp với muối ớt rồi nướng trên bếp than đỏ lửa cũng sẽ là một món ăn rất thú vị. Cá để cả ruột, nên sau khi nướng, cá ăn béo béo… Món này nếu đã thưởng thức qua một lần, chắc chắn bạn sẽ không thể quên được mùi thơm phưng phức đặc trưng riêng của từ loại cá kèo.

Cá kèo mang chiên xù cũng là một món ăn ngon và không kém phần hấp dẫn. Cá kèo sau khi làm sạch, lăn qua bột chiên xù rồi cho vào chảo nhiều dầu, lửa cao. Khi cá chín vàng vớt ra để ráo dầu, rồi cho ra đĩa có lót rau răm hoặc rau đắng bên dưới. Khi ăn, bạn sẽ cảm nhận được độ giòn thơm từ món ăn. Hai món cá kèo chiên xù và nướng đều được chấm với nước mắm me, kèo thêm chút ớt tươi lát mỏng. Đây là một loại nước mắm đặc trưng vùng Nam bộ có vị chua chua, ngọt ngọt, mặn mặn rất lạ miệng.

Món lẩu từ cá kèo thường được nấu kèm với lá giang – loại lá có nhiều ở miền Nam và Trung, có vị chua chua, chát chát đặc trưng. Cá kèo nấu lẩu phải là những con cá còn tươi sống. Khi nước lẩu sôi mới mở vung nồi và cho cá vào. Khi cá không còn quẫy là cá đã chín, và ngay sau đó bạn có thể cho rau vào nồi lẩu. Rau dùng với lẩu cá kèo gồm rau muống, rau nhút và rau đắng, giá, hoa chuối… Mùi thơm từ nồi lẩu cá kèo bốc lên sẽ thơm lừng, khó quên.

Bạn đang xem bài viết Movie Time : Screening From September 28 To October 4 trên website Docdaochinhban.com. Hy vọng những thông tin mà chúng tôi đã chia sẻ là hữu ích với bạn. Nếu nội dung hay, ý nghĩa bạn hãy chia sẻ với bạn bè của mình và luôn theo dõi, ủng hộ chúng tôi để cập nhật những thông tin mới nhất. Chúc bạn một ngày tốt lành!