Category Archives: Review

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part 1)




That can only mean one thing:



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Final Destination 5

Oh boy.

Well, I had to sit down and think about what to do, considering that Saw is just about finished (for now), and I needed a new series to harp upon.

Luckily, you can always count on Hollywood to remedy your every need.


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Across The Universe Soundtrack (Part 3)

Hmmm, where were we?

4 – 6, The Beatles

Ah, right.  Still pretty close.  But what will today bring?

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Across The Universe Soundtrack (Part 2)

Back for more, eh?

All righty.  The score is 2-3, Beatles.

Let’s get back in the ring!

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Across The Universe Soundtrack (Part 1)

I really like The Beatles.

Of course, given their popularity in culture, that’s like saying “I really like having ice cream for desert”.  It’s just one option out of a plethora of other choices.  The problem with that phrase, however, is that if you follow it to the letter, then you miss out on more tantalizing options, like pie and jellybeans and Reeses.  But not cake.  Because that is a lie.  The same holds true for The Beatles.  If you limit yourself to just their music, you risk discovering the groups that take their ideas and go far beyond them.

But I could go on all day about The Beatles’ influence on other bands (and probably all week).  So, I’ll instead talk about a filmaker who was influenced by The Fab Four.

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Saw 3D: The Final S(tr)aw




This movie SUCKED!

And not in an amusing “tee-hee, I’m naughty ;)” way, it sucked in the “well, FRAK YOU” way.

You want to know why?

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Bleach (Episode 1)

I am a fairly young man.  I’m older than a teenager, but still lack the experience of a true adult.  Though, technically, I should be an adult.  After 23 years of breathing air and being surrounded by people, I probably have a few tricks up my sleeve and oh-so-important musings that should qualify me as one.

When it comes to anime, though, I probably act a bit like a middle-aged fogey.

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