A few weeks ago I went with a couple friends to see Sherlock Holmes 2. It was SPLENDID!
I loved everything about the film – the acting, the story, the cinematography. Best yet, there was very little profane language (one or two d–ns which is less than you’ll hear walking down the street).
I highly suggest you see it, especially if you enjoyed the first one.
I want to be clear about SOPA. Although I don’t agree with the legislation, it still outlines a CLEAR problem in America and the world. Pirating music/movies/games is not only illegal, it is theft, which is just plain wrong. Something SHOULD be done about the issue, and places like the Pirate Bay should be shutdown for blatantly allowing users to upload and distribute illegal material.
That being said, we should not be so hasty to stop pirating that we limit free speech or the workings of the internet. The SOPA legislation is a clear breach of American rights and should not be supported.
The OPEN Act is a good alternative to SOPA/PIPA, which will aim to fight against true piracy, while protecting sites such as Facebook, Youtube, and Google that do not exist purely for illegal activity.
So to all of my friends that are saying, “I better download all the illegal things I can before SOPA gets enacted,” you should be ashamed of yourselves, and realize that YOU are the problem here.
Here is a video that sums up the legislation quite nicely: