Difference between mba vs pgdm
The difference between MBA Vs PGDM is known as PGDM or Post Graduate Diploma in Management is offered by autonomous institutions as they cannot offer an MBA. Today most of the students are in confusion about whether to opt for an MBA or a PGDM. The major plus of the PGDM course over MBA is that the curriculum of PGDM is more flexible. It will get updated from time to time. Whereas the curriculum of MBA won't be like that, as an MBA course is offered by institutions that are affiliated to universities, the curriculum will get updated once in 3-4 years or maybe more. The curriculum of MBA is more exam-oriented and covers the theoretical aspects, while that of PGDM is more industry-oriented and covers the soft skill aspects. In fact, PGDM makes you industry ready and prepares you for the market. An MBA course is for those people who would like to get a comprehensive view of the program, whereas, a PGDM course is for those who would like to specialize in their areas of interest, it's more like having in-depth knowledge.
As much as i enjoy Kevin Sorbo's acting….please avoid Tales of an Ancient Empire...poor support acting, laughable green screen work, and some of the worst CG you'll see (1990 CG in a 2010 film :dodgy:). Even all the T&A in this one does not warrant a watch! And to hear this is the official sequel to 80s cult favourite The Sword & The Sorcerer? WHAT A DISAPPOINTENT! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9gC1GiSDDA
Not Transformers. TransMORPHERS. Never saw the first one, but the second movie had nothing to do with the first. If you seriously want to waste 1 1/2 hours of your life, go and watch that pile of shit. There is NOTHING good about it.
I remember a movie called Howard the Duck I wasn't too fond of.
I think for a serious theater production it had to have been 10.000 BC. I mean, there's not a simple redeeming feature about that entire film. It's ludicrous from start to end, geographically and historically inaccurate, completely out of whack with reality, it's… I don't understand how anyone OK'd the script let alone assembled a crew to go and film it.
Batman & Robin.
Any other movie is pale in comparison to this one. Poorly casted, bad dialogue, fucking nipples on the batsuit. It took years for the Batman movie franchise to recover from the depth this movie brought it to.
From IMDB: The violent story about how a criminal lesbian, a tough-guy hit-man with a heart of gold, and a mentally challenged man came to be best friends through a hostage.
Don't think I need to even add my own comment.
Epic comeback from Ben Affleck, who would have thought he would survive one of the worst movies of all time?
Going Overboard with Adam Sandler. Absolutely TERRIBLE!
V for Vendetta. Fuck…
The Room…..look it up. there is nothing good about that movie
Perhaps by American movie standards it really is "Confounding, exhilarating, challenging", but comparing it to what I've seen it's a failure of an imitation both of the mystery genre (compare Umineko no Naku Koro Ni) and of the time-loop plot mechanism. (compare to Higurashi no Naku Koro Ni)
It's not that it's not the best, it's more like its existence makes what it's trying to copy look like a joke. Like suppose there was a romance subgenre that had never been explored in American film and the first American venture into it was directed by Michael Bay. That was the feeling watching through that entire movie.
The names don't come to mind now, but there have been a number of them over the past couple of years…So bad I turned them off half way through. One where Robert De Niro played as a warden comes to mind.
Anyhowz, what I really want to say, is what gives me the shits is when the fuckin camera is bouncing around all over the place because the dumb fuckin editor thinks this is really hip...Bourne identity 3 comes to mind and a shit load after that. Since then, every second movie comes with that bullshit...don't these MFs realise they are giving me a headache and i'm not enjoying the movie because of it.
just a little rant...that's all.