Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Barbarians and Ghost Protocol
If you do then Insight Editions’ new ‘Barbarians: A Handbook For Aspiring Savages’ written by Dr. Byron Clavicle and Grute Skullbasher, is just the book you’ve been looking for.
If you want to grab life by the neck and strangle ever last breath of air from it then you need to read this book. Forget about the trappings of modern man and embrace your inner savage!
Learn how to dress, act and think like a Barbarian. Trace Barbarian history and discover the great names of those who paved the way for debauchery, violent tendencies and general mayhem.
You’ll learn about some of the impressive accomplishments of great Barbarians and be awed by the many scholarly accomplishments, adaptations to book and film and of those that still practice barbarism today.
So polish your sword, clean off your club and mace, don your fur and leather attire and get out there and let your inner Barbarian roam free!
In the film Ethan is blamed for the bombing of the Kremlin and is disavowed by the President who initiates “Ghost Protocol.”
Without any resources and only his core team to assist him, Ethan must prove his innocence and the agency’s
Ghost Protocol was the most ambitious of the entire Mission: Impossible films with spectacular sets, incredible stunts (most performed by Tom Cruise himself-including hanging from the world’s tallest building) and supersonic speed storyline.
In Insight Editions’ new Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol Shooting Diary, author David James leads readers through each step of the filming. Pages are packed with behind-the-scenes shots both on location and in the studio.
Tom Cruise provides a foreword and photos are accompanied by informative notes and observations. Film-goers with love this inside look at the making of a blockbuster film.