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This week we get emails about gaming engines, the being too old (according to Sony) to play handhelds, the fair price of video games, children in horror games, a sweet kid from Hawaii says aloha, a mad gamer who doesn't get his lawyer fix, games at film festivals, one bad dog, and a kid who wants to make The Loading Bar game - for a price. And Jeff gets a puppy. Awwww...
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At long last, the Mighty Thor has come to the big screen and, since the film has arrived early here in the UK, I have seen it. But can it match the quality of the previous Marvel Cinematic Universe movies?
In short, yes. In long... well, just read the rest of the review. I don't want to talk to much about the plot, but it's your basic fish-out-of-water story by a lot of betrayal and action thrown in. It flows well and makes sense, but suffers the same problem the Iron Man…Continue
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My son and I enjoyed it, but I would give it a matinee at best, more than likely rental as it is average. An interesting attempt, but missing something. several things really. Film quality I saw was some what grainy, which in these days of HD quality visuals, is somewhat disconcerting. There was also a couple of "glitches" where it appeared to skip. Bad editing? Most of the film is at night, so everything is dark and coupled with the grainy quality, took away a lot of the emotional impact…Continue
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For the people who had to deal with the crowds for any Tyler Perry film, including the latest one, this video's for you.
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The seemingly tranquil waterways of Venice are terrorized by the perfect killing machine. In search of his father who…Continue
Well, that time is close upon us now. Summer Movie Season. And even though I no longer work for a movie theatre, a part of me still feels like I should share some insight as to how to survive this season’s theatre traffic. Now, this isn’t going to be a FAQ, since I already have a couple of those. This is more of a consumer…Continue
A few days ago, I saw this picture of Superman wearing Chuck Norris pajamas. This is even more dispiriting than Superman renouncing his American citizenship. What kind of country have we come to where we consider…Continue
Added by jadekite22 on April 29, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Based on the book by Bruce Lee's youngest brother Robert Lee. 'Bruce Lee, My Brother' is a biopic that chronicles the youth of the eponymous movie star before he immigrated to America.
It would be both difficult…Continue
We've got three brand new theatrical posters for you today - a new 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' poster featuring Optimus and Sam Witwicky, the latest poster from…Continue
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Do you remember that comical but honest scene from Bong Joon-ho's The Host, where the family spends the night in the snack shack after searching tirelessly for the little girl? How about the scene near the end of Hung's second season, where Ray and Jessica jump in the lake together after all the drama that happened with Jessica's second husband?
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In a rare and mostly unheard-of move, two studios have decided to forgo their separate Martin Luther King,…Continue
In 970 A.D., Odin (Anthony Hopkins), king of Asgard, wages war against the Frost Giants of Jotunheim and their leader Laufey (Colm Feore), to prevent them conquering the Nine Realms, starting with Earth. The Asgardian warriors defeat the Frost Giant's and seize the…Continue