This speech is very scary. You can tell in his voice he is passionate, maybe even too passionate, for its own good. Hux talks, rather yells, about why the Republic will bow down to the First Order, and why they should surrender. He is addressing such a large army, I can't even believe he hasn't passed out yet. He is so loud, so angry, so emotional, it makes his speech and this scene that much more powerful. With his fists behind his back, he looks extremely stern and confident, especially since the Republic is about to die.
This is a speech about how technology was supposed to happen, but turned out in different ways. He is very funny about how he says it, and looks around the audience very confidently. He has great gestures, stories, voice volumes, and most importantly, experiences. His pictures and other relatable stories he tells connects you with him, and make you understand him more. I one one hand, also agree with him. I think people spend way too much time on their social media, and that is one reason why I don't even have or want it. He makes very good points in the speech too.
This speech, wasn't even really a speech. He never, or rarely, ever talked, and I couldn't tell if what happened happened on purpose or not. Weird people in suits and beach balls and cannons of confetti came in, and I was completely confused. He was confused the whole time, and was looking around at the stage, confused at the stage, not the audience. I had no idea what was going on, so maybe that was why I hit pause.
This post game interview is with Tom Brady after an amazing Super Bowl comeback to win Super Bowl LI (51). To see Tom this happy in a moment like this makes me so happy, especially since the Patriots are my team. After coming back from q 25 point deficit at the half. This was one of the greatest performances in all NFL history. To see Tom explain what he is feeling is very different, especially to get to hear him say it one on one. You can tell in just his voice that he is as ecstatic as can be, and he is literally the luckiest man alive. He is so happy and so energetic, his voice tells it all. Even though he is excited to get back with his team, he is very happy to answer all the questions made by the reporter, and he tells you everything you need to know. He makes it very clear, even though he sometimes looks at the ground, that he is happy.
This may be one of the most powerful american speeches of all time, but I thought it was not too interesting. Sure he stated the sentence "Don't ask what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country", but other than that, I thought it was just like any other inaugural address, saying how he will keep his promises and how he will bring the country back up onto its feet. He talks like he is very passionate, and I know he is, but he still seems to state kind of the same things through the entire speech all the way through. To me, I would pause this speech.
This press conference is about after Victor Cruz's best game, in the playoffs against the Chicago Bears. I would like to play this video, but press conferences aren't usually the videos people love so much they watch over and over again. This press conference, Victor Cruz seems mostly chill after having his best game in his career. He scored 3 touchdowns, by the way. He uses good gestures at times, and in his voice, you can tell he is really thinking about his answers, but I just don't think he looked up enough. He also seems a little TOO chill to be talking after a post game win like that. He just isn't too engaged int he talking, but more engaged in his own thoughts.