Formed on January 17,by two sets of brothers; the Marvelli brothers, who used the punk rock names "Kevin Seconds" and "Steve Youth," and the Borghino brothers, who took the names "Tom Munist" and "Dim Menace. Asked about the origins of the band's name in a December interview with Flipside magazine, Kevin Seconds recalled:.
I was ordering The Dils single " Seconds of The Dils" from Bomp and I wrote it on a desk and the ink it said 97 Seconds; and then we saw this movie Day of the Jackals or something and all through it there were references to 7 Seconds, and the Dils were like our idols So we were looking for a name and we were looking at this racing book and it said 7 seconds and we said, 'fuck it, must be an omen,' so we picked it.
It's a short, intense name. This story evolved over time. This was still when Steve and I lived with my mom. We had this desk in this room we shared and I wrote ' seconds of The Dils,' I miswrote the title. Over time, everything else faded, but the 7 Seconds part was there, and I circled it, I thought it looked cool.
InMunist and Menace left to form a new band called Section 8. The band's early releases were several EPs including 's Skins, Brains and Gutsmost of which were later re-released on the alt. They became closely associated with the Straight Edge movement and helped start the Youth Crew movement in with The Crew. Many writers have credited this particular period of 7 Seconds' career as being highly influential on many pop punk and indie rock bands that came along much later.
Subsequent LPs moved deeper into mainstream territory with a U2 -like sound. The 7 Seconds album continued their musical experimentation. The band broke free in with The Music, The Messagemoving back somewhat into their roots.
However, the band returned to an old-school hardcore sound in with the Good to Go album. Vocalist Kevin Seconds has gone on to have a lengthy solo career, becoming an important folk punk singer too, doing releases with people including Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio  and Mike Scott of Lay It on the Line band.
In May it was announced that 7 Seconds had signed to Rise Recordswith plans to record a new 7" and a full-length album that summer in Sacramento. On March 20,7 Seconds announced their breakup via their official Facebook page. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see 7 Seconds disambiguation. Under The Gun Review.
Archived from the original on Retrieved 23 May Retrieved When an experienced thief accidentally makes off with a Van Gogh, his partner is kidnapped by gangsters in pursuit of the painting, forcing the criminal to hatch a rescue plan. Christian Niculescu. Andrew Stevens Entertainment. I really like Wesley Snipes and wished he'd have done more martial arts based movies because when he hits, he does it like nobody else. That karate style looks really cool on film.
7 Seconds (2005)
There's a little bit of it on display here, but what ruins the film is it's soundtrack - a constant pouring of stock mid to late 90's techno, despite this being released in ?! The camera flashes and whizzes around, trying to emulate a high adrenalin robbery scene akin to something like Snatch, but due to lack of budget or invention, comes up short. For a dtv action movie, I suppose there are plenty worse out there, but this doesn't really ignite any fires.
Well, this was shit. They literally played scenes over and over again like a flashback as if we wouldn't remember what happened twenty minutes ago. A decidedly decent effort, not really offering up a lot of anything new as this one's big claim is the twist of the actual informant who sold everyone out, which is a big shocking and isn't telegraphed all that easily, but otherwise there's not all that much in here until we get to the finale.
With it taking part as a big showdown shootout at the gangster's hideout, it manages to be pretty entertaining and thrilling with all the different gun-battles and shootouts that are present while also spilling out the plot-twists quite effectively, making this a rather enjoyable outing. While the opening also has it's moments with the antics of the gang doing their robbery of the money and…. Review by Charles T. Tatum, Jr. One particular job finds his team getting double-crossed and wiped out, and he must team up with a British NATO cop Tamzin Outhwaite to find the double crosser, as well as a newly discovered Van Gogh painting.
The action sequences look both dangerous, and outrageous, but director Fellows doesn't trust the screenplay or his editor. We see some guy named Bull literally shot to death half a dozen times because someone has a thought about him. Snipes and Outhwaite's cutesy banter is reason enough to shoot your television screen out. This had possibilities, but Snipes was saying YES to everything a few years ago, trying to one up Steven Seagal in the direct-to-video action market.
Summer of Snipes fact: Snipes' character is named "Jack Tuliver" which is the best evidence that Direct to DVD movies don't care who plays the main character as long as they're famous-ish. Mediocre movie, heavily padded with unnecessary flashbacks. Plus a lot of shitty gay jokes, so there's another reason not to watch it.
Review by unoken. Story: Jack Tulliver Snipes and his criminal crew have just pulled of a massive hesit on an armoured car.
They get ambushed by a group of Romanians after they are tipped off by one of his crew. Tulliver escapes whilst the rest of his team are killed. On this journey Anders is made aware of possible corruption and can no longer trust her colleagues in the army.
The chase is on to get the merchandise out of the country Festival and promo theatrical dates non withstanding. Day and date titles, including those on Netflix, are included. Where to watch Trailer. Director Simon Fellows. Martin Wheeler. Kant Pan. Michael Slovis.Sports history is littered with great teams that dominated their regular seasons only to fall short of ultimate glory. Our writers are paying tribute to those teams who were Almost Famous.
The era of Phoenix Suns basketball that came to be known as "Seven Seconds or Less" unofficially began 21 games into the season, when the team fired head coach Frank Johnson and promoted assistant Mike D'Antoni as his replacement.
The Suns were still raw and disjointed - they went just to close the season under D'Antoni - but the final piece of the puzzle snapped into place in the offseason. In Nash, an ace shooter and playmaking magician who'd thrived in Dallas' up-tempo system, D'Antoni saw the perfect instrument through which he could execute his bold basketball vision. Nash was the mortar that bound all the parts together, allowing the structure to coalesce into something beautiful and unique.
With their indefatigable new floor general, the hyperkinetic Stoudemire, the shape-shifting Marion, and conscience-free 3-point bombers in Johnson and Quentin Richardson, the Suns ran circles around their opponents en route to the NBA's best regular-season record and posted the best offensive rating Nash and Stoudemire formed the deadliest two-man combo in the league.
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When they weren't feasting off of drag screens in transition, they were picking defenses apart in the half court with spread pick-and-rolls. Richardson took eight 3-pointers per game in a season that saw eight teams average fewer than The Suns were flexible, too, with Johnson toggling between the 1 and the 3 on offense, and Marion capable of sliding across all five positions defensively.
Contrary to the way most teams were playing in that plodding, mechanical, system-oriented era, the Suns became a bastion of improvisational, read-and-react basketball. They made it a goal to seek out looks early in the clock, to keep opposing defenses in a permanently scrambled state, and - true to their nickname - to get a shot off in seven seconds or less. Those Suns played at the league's fastest pace, hit more threes than any team had ever hit in a season, and produced a win improvement overthe third-biggest year-to-year turnaround in NBA history at the time.
D'Antoni was named Coach of the Year. Nash won the first of his two consecutive MVPs. General manager Bryan Colangelo was recognized as the league's top executive. The early stages of the playoffs validated the Suns' regular-season success.
They swept the Grizzlies in the first round and then won a wildly entertaining - and surely gratifying - six-game series against the Mavericks, during which Nash played perhaps the best basketball of his Hall of Fame career, averaging But Phoenix ran into San Antonio in the Western Conference finals, and the runaway train came to a screeching halt. It was a classic clash of styles: the league's best offense against its best defense, run-and-gun versus slow and steady, an unstoppable force meeting an immovable object.
The precise, methodical Spurs managed to control the pace and win in five games, even though Stoudemire was the leading scorer in every contest and averaged 37 points in the series. At the end of the day, the Suns just couldn't get enough stops. Manu Ginobili did a particularly nefarious number on them.
As always happens when a great team fails to win the whole shebang, that loss spawned a backlash. Suddenly, there were takes and think pieces galore about how the Suns' style - entertaining though it was - did not a championship formula make. They were too small, too soft, too thin. They couldn't rebound. They relied too heavily on jump shots. Defense won championships, and the Suns were too busy trying to pile up points to worry about how many they were surrendering at the other end.
The Suns weren't deterred by those doubts, or by the tumultuous offseason that followed when an impasse in extension talks - the first of many Robert Sarver cheap-outs - led to them trading Johnson to Atlanta. Meanwhile, Stoudemire started to experience knee soreness that ultimately required surgery and sidelined him for all but three games. Richardson was dealt for frontcourt help. But the Suns kept chugging. In the Johnson deal, they acquired a polymorphous, sweet-passing, 6-foot-8 curiosity named Boris Diaw.
Leandro Barbosa and his blinding speed were turned loose on the league.See our picks."7 SECONDS" 2005
Chechen rebels take over a Russian nuclear plant and it's up to a mysterious agent Snipes to stop them. Waiting for his police girlfriend at a diner, some bad guys inject him with a hallucinogen. It sends him back to traumatic experiences in Bosnia and he reacts violently. Agent Neil Shaw is called out of retirement and finds himself in the midst of a plot to assassinate several leading Senators with himself set-up to take the rap for a recent killing.
Secret Ops agent Marcus is sent to Detroit to take out an arms dealer and the head of the hedge fund that is financing him.
His CIA backup has other plans and turns on him and it's a fight to survive in a hospital. UN's secretary general uses covert operations to help diplomacy along.
Shaw's called back 6 months after one such operation. Two converging story lines involving corrupt cops ripping off drug dealers and serial killers are followed as former drug dealer Lucky, trying to go straight after doing a prison stint, Liberty, the wife of a gun manufacturer, is held hostage at a hot dog stand by a sniper seeking revenge.
InFuturesport is the organized sport of the planet. But someone else is getting organized and their game is war. A cursed gunman Snipes whose victims come back from the dead recruits a young warrior to help in the fight against a gang of zombies.
A pair of sociopath killers take on the police and the mob in order to make one last big score.
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When an experienced thief accidentally makes off with a Van Gogh, his partner is kidnapped by gangsters in pursuit of the painting, forcing the criminal to hatch a rescue plan.
This is clearly the worst Wesley Snipes movie I have ever seen. And I have to say I was sorry that they didn't do better because it was shot in my country and I was looking forward to what they had done. It was also disappointing that in the car chase they took advantage of the fact that most people in this world don't know how Bucharest looks like and they had no continuity in the route they used.
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Facebook Twitter RSS. Watch Trailer. A thief finds one of his best friends is in jeopardy when a disastrous robbery turns out to yield the score of a lifetime in this action thriller. Jack Tolliver Wesley Snipes is a former Delta Force commando who has jumped to the wrong side of the law to take part in a massive heist intended to carry off the winnings of several major London casinos. However, the robbery goes haywire and one of Tolliver's partners is taken hostage by handful of brutal Russian gangsters.
It seems the gangsters want something that Tolliver mistakenly grabbed during the foiled heist -- a case containing a rare painting by Van Gogh worth millions -- and Tolliver is forced to team up with rival Kelly Anders Tamzin Outhwaite to save both his friend and himself.
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