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Fant4stic Four Movie ReviewFant4stic Four Movie Review by Sebastiansmind
it's "Horrible" to everyone else, but it's an "Improvement" to me.
now everyone including a friend of mine named Niko have been attacking this movie, but I'm here to re-review it and explain my REAL thoughts on it.
FIRST; Let's start with what I didn't like:
I didn't like that instead of having Doom like like the comics, they had him look like something you'd see out of a remake of "The Vindicator". they must have been foolish to use this design.
also, I didn't like that there wasn't much action in the movie, the only scenes with action are the scene in the woods where Reed is being hunted by Helicopters (Which we don't see by the way)
and the Climax at the end which could've been more awesome if they were to give it more time.
I also didn't like how there were scenes in the Trailer that weren't even in the movie.
I can only assume that was because they didn't think those scenes would be cool enough but they WERE.&
Book Review: Switched, book 1 of Trllye trilogyBook Review: Switched, book 1 of Trllye trilogy, by Amanda HockingBook Review: Switched, book 1 of Trllye trilogy by vampirekiki
Book Description from amazon.com:When Wendy Everly was six-years-old, her mother was convinced she was a monster and tried to kill her. It isn't until eleven years later that Wendy discovers her mother might have been right.
With the help of Finn Holmes, Wendy finds herself in a world she never knew existed - a world both beautiful and frightening, and Wendy's not sure she wants to be a part of it.
Switched follows Wendy Everly, a teenage girl who had always felt awkward and out of place (her mother trying to kill her when she was six doesn't help her self-esteem much), into a journey to discover her true origin. First she was approached by Finn, a 'tracker' who insisted that Wendy was not human but a supernatural being --I won't reveal what kind of supernatural being she is, because her true identity is pretty much interchangeable with vampire/fairy/werewolf/alien, etc. You only need to remember that as s
3DS and Mario Kart 7 ReviewMy first monstrous review! This week I'll be doing a double review of Nintendo 3DS and Mario Kart 7. Do the system and game make me wet my pants from all the 3D glory, or does it all leave me feeling flat?3DS and Mario Kart 7 Review by BlackBlueDawg
Note: This review is for entertainment and enlightenment purposes only! I do own anything of the copyright content here and do not intend to make a profit off of it. Nintendo 3DS and Mario Kart 7 are copyright Nintendo, all rights reserved.
My Top 10 Favorite Movies (right now)My Top 10 Favorite Movies (right now) by Volts48
My Top 10 favorite movies (right now)
Hey everyone! How are you tod- (ducks from behind the desk as all the guns start firing towards where I was sitting before. Hides under the desk covering head until the bullets stop firing. Alec leans his head up while waving a white flag to see if the coast is clear) Ah .huh .I can see the Star Wars Fan Base still hasn't gotten over my, ah- eclectic, in-depth and constructive criticism from my lengthy review of "The Phantom Menace" so to try and just let all this behind me, I've decided to post a list of my favorite movies. Usually people like to list their favorite movies of all time, but that's way too tricky for me because, for God's sake, I watch too many movies, a lot of them, you wonderful casual movie goers, may not have even heard of them (but just to test you, anyone here familiar with Francois Truffaut's "The 400 Blows?" No? Well, that's all right, it was worth trying). So I guess in an effort to
Review of F.E.A.R.Review of F.E.A.R. by Out-Of-Ammo11
Monolith Productions, a Kirkland, Washington-based game developer, has an interesting track record of games. Their first game, "Blood", was a schlock horror FPS, in the vein of "Doom", that received highly positive reviews upon its release. The sequel, "Blood II: The Chosen" was met with similar reviews, and had a similar style of play and humor-horror based story. However, Monolith went years without making another horror game. With the game "F.E.A.R.", Monolith has apparently decided to take a trek back to their roots of horror with a more serious, fast-paced first-person shooter inspired by Japanese horror's brand of suspense and psychologically disturbing antagonists, creating a tight, action-packed thrill ride with occasional hitches that, never-the-less, succeeds in creating a fine game.
In F.E.A.R., you play as a character simply known as the "Point Man", the newly appointed leader of the F.E.A.R. team. You are assigned a mi
Unlimited Reviews: New Super Mario Bros. 2Unlimited Reviews: New Super Mario Bros. 2 by NoLimit5
The Mushroom Kingdom is bursting with coins! Gold Flowers, Gold Blocks, and Gold Rings collecting coins has never been so fun!
How do I review a Mario game without coming off as a nostalgia-biased fanboy ? With the same flair I exude from every review, of course. But, seriously though
New Super Mario Bros. 2 is the sequel to the Nintendo DS' original New Super Mario Bros., which was the first truly new side-scrolling Mario game since well, Super Mario Land 2 in 1992 (barring remakes and ports). Since then, Nintendo has essentially split the Mario franchise into the 3D and 2D Mario games and has even mentioned they wish to have a New Super Mario Bros. title for every console of theirs. That is all fine and dandy, but how well does that bode for the quality of this latest title?
Come on now, you all know the routine. Princess Peach is kidnapped by the Koopa Troop (specifically by Bowser's children, the Koopalings) and it
Premium Rush ReviewPremium Rush Review by Hailtothechimp
In Manhattan, a bike messenger picks up an envelope that attracts the interest of a dirty
cop, who pursues the cyclist throughout the city. This is Rumor Control, here are the
facts! When one thinks about an action film centered on couriers one would picture it
being set in the future and the couriers using parkour to deliver their packages. However,
I doubt one would think about it being set in modern day Hell-Uh, I mean New York City,
and the couriers having to use bicycles. Back when this film was first announced I
immediately proclaimed it to be a bad idea. "How can you make an entertaining action film
about messengers on bikes!" I so hastily and arrogantly stated all those months ago. "This
film is going to be unbearably boring." But when the reviews started coming in my
curiosities were peaked and I decided to throw caution to the wind. Hell, it couldn't be
anywhere near as horrendously and relentlessly boring as The Debt (a horrible end to my
summer 2011 season). Well it turns o
Get The Gringo ReviewGet The Gringo Review by Hailtothechimp
A career criminal nabbed by Mexican authorities is placed in a tough prison where he
learns to survive with the help of a young boy. This is Rumor Control, here are the facts!
It's been a hard few years for Mel Gibson. Sure, he wrote and directed the financially
successful Passion of the Christ and Apocalypto but his acting career seems to be having a
lot of trouble. Edge of Darkness (his first acting job since Signs) barely broke even and
The Beaver (a film that this critic said was going to be his comeback film) bombed despite
good reviews. Then there's the whole problem with his drinking and his marital troubles
that caused all of America to hate him (so much so that when it was announced that he
would have a small role in Hangover II the whole cast of said film threw a temper tantrum
about it By the time the film came out no one cared about Gibson's marital troubles
anymore classy). So yeah he seems to be having a tough time both in his professional life
and his persona
Star Wars: The Phantom Menace NView Pt 3Star Wars: The Phantom Menace NView Pt 3 by Volts48
Not all that long ago in the glorious Northwest state of Washington
F*CK STAR WARS, I'M DONE WITH THIS SH*T
War! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing. Okay, that was a joke, but what isn't a joke is Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.
Alec's quest to understand why this is one of the most despised and defended of movies has left him exhausted, frustrated and perplexed how anyone could possibly defend this movie.
Thankfully, Alec's suffering is nearly at an end as he nears the movie's climax, starting with Amidala's idiotic decision to return to Naboo and Qui-Gon explaining the purpose of Midi-chloriants. Praying that by the end of this review, he can finally be free and move onto reviewing actual bad movies; like "Birdemic" or "Battlefield Earth"...
"Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace" is one of the most frustrating movies I've ever had to review!
But if you've been reading the last 12 pages
Lawless ReviewLawless Review by Hailtothechimp
Set in Depression-era Franklin County, Virginia, a bootlegging gang is threatened by a new
deputy and other authorities who want a cut of their profits. This is Rumor Control, here
are the facts! It seems every once and a while Hollywood treats us to a film about the
good old days of crime. Days when men like Al Capone and John Dillinger were the most
feared men in the country and liquor was poison to mankind. Every once and a while we'll
get something good, such as Public Enemies, but nothing really grand. Well today I can say
we have an exception in The Wettest County Or Lawless I guess. Anyway, Lawless is the
last film of the summer and I have to tell you all that it's one hell of a way to end the
summer season. Now normally I'm not really into crime films. Films like Donnie Brasco bore
the hell out of me and in all honesty I can barely make it through the first half hour of
Scarface. Sure there are those crime films out there that I really like such as The
She's All That, a reviewShe's All That, a review by Burnouts3s3
She's All That, a review
Warning: Strong Language
The Year was 1999. The movie is "She's All That", a teenage romantic comedy starring Freddie Prinze Jr. as the fun yet sensitive king of the school who beautifies a smart yet bitter Rachel Leigh Cook as a bet to turn her into the prom queen turns into true love.
And I'm here to tell you that it fucking sucks!
"She's All That" manages to have piss poor storytelling, wasted actors, shameless product plugs, a terrible message, filler (yes, you read right, filler in a 90 minute movie), a completely contrived third act and breaks storytelling rules all at the same time. A film so in love with itself, it contains the smugness of an auteur film director and the blandness and commercialism of a studio film. When a 12 minute episode of Phineas and Ferb shows more inspiration, tension, conflict, and imagination than 90 minutes of a film, you know you're in trouble.
Don't let the starving kids in Africa see this film; this vacuum of self-pi
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