Football Betting Systems Can Make Big Cash Fast

What would it be like if you were like Biff from the film 'Back to the Future Part II' and had a sports almanac telling you which teams won the major events. Would your football betting improve a bit? I'd say so, in fact, it is the dream of every football betting bunie to have that almanac. We are limited, however, by the absence of a time-traveling car to get us one.

What is the best, real life substitute?

Without a doubt, an existing football betting professional supplying tips would be the best choice. These people are professionals for a reason. These guys eat, sleep, and breathe sports analysis and news. They know stuff about the players that the press does not even know, just like Robert De Niro in the film 'Casino'.

It is not an easy task for an amateur to try to make his or her own football betting predictions. If just anyone could do it consistently that easy, I think we would all spend more time watching the games we bet on and less time working. Picking the winners is difficult even for the total sports junkies who do nothing all night but sit around the bars talking about which keeper has the longest arm length. It takes a lot more research than that to make accurate predictions over time.

For the amateurs, you definitely need a service that offers football betting tips. You get the benefits of the research without having to actually do it yourself. You should never pick a service provider lightly, however, as there are plenty of those drunken sports junkies who claim to have hot tips. Do not buy service from these kinds of suppliers.

Asking opinions online is usually met with more responses from suppliers than betters who have been satisfied with the tips they received. Forget forums completely, the suppliers are trolling those places looking for fresh fodder.

I recommend you use some of this criteria to decide:

How long have they been supplying tips? The longer the better, since the fly by night sports junkies never last. Do your due diligence. Look up their claims for veracity. It is too easy to publish lies online that people simply believe in. Do not trust what can not be proven.

When it comes to price, the most expensive does not guarantee the most quality. Some tipsters can handle giving out great tips for less, usually because they are doing well on their own. Avoid both the cheapest and most expensive, unless you are really sure of who you are dealing with.

The Best Auteur Directors in the World

I have been an avid film goer since I was very small; As my father was a film critic for a large part of his life, I guess it was just hard to escape the influence that film had on me. At college I studied film analysis and journalism, and it has been my passion to dissect and compare some of the greatest films of all time. In particular, I am fascinated by auteur managers, who have a very particular style to the films they make.

The following is a list of some of my favorite auteur directors, and the movies that have made them famous (or in some cases, infamous!)

1 Quenten Tarantino

The modern godfather of auteur managers, Tarantino has developed a cult following and almost God like status among film enthusiasts. With his 1992 film, Reservoir Dogs, paving the way for his super stylized, crime centred works. All of his commercial films are rather violent, yet dialogue driven, with his 1994 film Pulp Fiction being considered one of the best films of all time.

(2) Takashi Miike

Considered to be one of Japan's finest underground directors, Miike himself has a cult following, as his super violent and somewhat black comedy films have garnered himself an international reputation. His 2001 film, Ichi the Killer, was both hugely successful and hugely controversial, as ultra violence and themes of sexual perversion divided audiences. However, beneath the blood and smut of his films is always a core of genius.

3 Martin Scorsese

One of the hottest Hollywood directors of the 90's, much of Scorsese's work has been considered timeless. The 1990 film Goodfellas has been regarded as one of the best mafia films of the century (after The Godfather, of course.) Scorsese often uses the same actors in his films, such as Robert De Niro and Leonardo Dicaprio.

4 David Fincher

Best known for his adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk's novel, Fight Club, David Fincher is one of America's best, yet relatively unknown, directors. With often dark, solemn themes to the films he makes, Fincher was at the helm of others such as Se7en and Panic Room, and employes a claustrophobic, grainy feel to all of his works.

5 Tim Burton

The king of gothic romanticism, Burton employs a dark, yet strangely charming theme to all of his films. Always one to deliver quirky, artistic pieces, he has worked extensively with actor Johnny Depp in such films as Edward Scissorhands, Sleepy Hollow, Corpse Bride and Sweeny Todd. Look out for his newest work which is an adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.

The above directors have risen to their own unique fame through the popularity of their films, which more often than not, deliver similar themes and motifs, qualifying them as 'auteurs.' If you are a film student or critic, or just plain dream on becoming a director of your very own, it would be great benefit to check out the works of these kinds of people, to help you garner a broad understanding of modern cinema.