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I shouldn't even have to explain what it is I'm reviewing about right now. It's a film based on a game that had no set story or characters and at best, it was just navy ship vs. an enemy navy ship. It is so NOT like anything, they just added aliens into the mix and believe me and I admit this freely, it's stupid and silly as it sounds.
And yet despite all the flack it's been getting...it's just average.
Just average. It's not terrible but it's not really good either.
In a nutshell, the premise involves NASA discovering a planet similar to Earth and sends a signal to find out if any intelligent life resides in said planet. During all of tha
Dark Shadows Review
Films based on classic television shows are very common nowadays and still being made today. There's the likes of The A-Team, Lost in Space, Leave it to Beaver, The Hooneymooners and many others. Most of the time they tend to fail (particularly in the 90's) but others like The A-Team manage to succeed in being a properly updated version of the source material (I'm not counting the Star Trek films in this case).
Dark Shadows on the other hand seems to come out...average.
Dark Shadows is based on the Gothic-Horror Soap Opera of the same name created by Dan Curtis (director of Trilogy of Terror) which ran from 1966 to 1971 about a woman named
The Avengers Review
It's here. Since 2008, it was building up this certain event of a film. That one simple post-credits scene of Iron Man was a sign of things to come and because it made money, another Marvel Studios film came along in that same year and just as much. Then Iron Man 2, Thor and finally Captain America: The First Avenger. That last one showed a 50-second preview of what was to come.
Now came May 4th, 2012. It finally came. Granted it had earlier releases overseas such as the United Kingdom and Australia and had great reviews in said countries but audiences in United States had to wait another month. But regardless, it's finally here and made ove
The Hunger Games Review
Dystopian futures. The most depressing vision of the years to come should it come to fruition and as such, is a popular concept for science fiction; ranging from big brotherism in 1984 to the end of the world. This film takes this vision up to eleven.
The Hunger Games is based on the young adult novel of the same name by Suzanne Collins whose previous notable works include writing for Nickelodeon shows such as Clarissa Explains It All, The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, Little Bear, the Kids WB cartoon Generation O and even Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!.
After meeting with children's author James Proimos, she was inspired to write children's literature a
The Three Stooges Review
Slapstick. Noun. Comedy characterized by horseplay and physical action.
If you couldn't guess by the title, I'm talking about The Three Stooges. And really, who hasn't heard of them? They actually made their film debut on September 30th, 1930 but contrary to popular belief, the group started out as just Moe, Larry and Shemp before Curly replaced him in 1933, two years later and there was a fourth man who headed the group named Ted Healy is considered the true creator of The Three Stooges.
In fact, the first of the many Stooges shorts made its debut on May 5th, 1934 with the trio everyone knows and loves. One thing led to another and they be
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