This is one of the first "good fragrances" I had, IT Really smells beautiful. When you get hit by that amber combined with the tobacco, It's really special and unique feeling, is cozy, warm, sexy and manly all at the same time.
The only problem is that we all know. The horrible performance, It's indeed a subtle cologne, nonetheless this performs under average sadly.
Price:7/10 (Having into account its performance.
Projection and sillage: 5/10
If you have not smelled this and you want to start this scent journey. It's a must buy tho.
A FEW GOOD MEN is a powerful courtroom drama that asks: How important is the truth? Is it more important than saving lives? Is it worth risking your career? These questions must be answered by two determined individuals, one, a power-hungry Marine colonel (played by Jack Nicholson), and the other, an undisciplined lawyer (played by Tom Cruise), who are locked on a collision course that will destroy the weaker of the two. The plot develops around the mysterious death of a young Marine. Two marines are accused of murdering him during an unsanctioned disciplinary action known as a “Code Red,” a brutal Marine tradition designed to drill a rigid “Code of Honor” into recruits (whereby they learn to respect the chain of command more than their own lives).
A FEW GOOD MEN forces us to analyze our own perceptions of truth, honor and justice. The Colonel’s priorities are wholly different from the lawyer’s, who has no comprehension of the brutality of war. The film offers challenging performances and superb direction. Regrettably, there is an abundance of foul language and a scene of a man committing suicide. This is not a movie for children, since the issues would be difficult for them to understand.
Some social scientists have criticized the approach of Carl Joachim Friedrich and Zbigniew Brzezinski , arguing that the Soviet system, both as a political and as a social entity, was in fact better understood in terms of interest groups , competing elites, or even in class terms (using the concept of the nomenklatura as a vehicle for a new ruling class ).  These critics pointed to evidence of popular support for the regime and widespread dispersion of power, at least in the implementation of policy, among sectoral and regional authorities. For some followers of this ' pluralist ' approach, this was evidence of the ability of the regime to adapt to include new demands. However, proponents of the totalitarian model claimed that the failure of the system to survive showed not only its inability to adapt but the mere formality of supposed popular participation.