March 15, 2015

As Promised, Star Trek The Motion Picture… In Review (In Honor Of Leonard Nimoy & Spock)

by darkjade68

Originally posted on The Written Word:

Star-Trek-Motion-PictureAs Promised, Star Trek The Motion Picture… In Review (In Honor Of Leonard Nimoy & Spock)

On February 27 I Posted that in Honor of Leonard Nimoy, I would would Watch and Review all 6 of the Original

Star Trek Films

In all honesty, I began with the First Film, knowing that when I saw it when I was young,

I was seriously disappointed, and frankly, bored by it

That statement might not sound all too friendly, but I was 10 to 11 years old

“Star Wars” had come out two years before (Which may not have helped)

And I don’t know, it’s just the way I felt

Since then, I can not recall if I’ve actually sat through the whole thing, and in all honesty

It has been hard doing so, Lol

I know I sound both mean and critical right now, but in all honesty, I’m not, Lol

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March 15, 2015

Movie Review: Chappie

by paigeaddams

  Hello all! Lol, based on the picture accompanying my intro today, you can probably guess what’s about to go down in this post. Welcome to my review of Chappie! :D

This one is slightly spoiler-y in spots, because I’m irked, and get descriptive about the things that irk me.

Brace yourselves for a super-size helping of nope.

Be afraid. Be very afraid.

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March 13, 2015

Star Wars…

by darkjade68

Originally posted on The Written Word:

Star Wars…

A Bit about what we know about this New Upcoming Era of “Star Wars”…

StarWarsRebels-900x900Starting with “Star Wars Rebels

A brave and clever ragtag starship crew stands up against the evil Empire as it tightens its grip on the galaxy and hunts down the last of the Jedi Knights.

I have not watched “Star Wars Rebels”, but it’s Rated a 7.9 out of 10 on IMDB

Which is pretty good

Lets see what Variety thinks (Original Article Posted Here)

TV Review: ‘Star Wars Rebels’

Star Wars Rebels TV Review Disney
September 29, 2014 | 07:30AM PT
TV Columnist
Brian Lowry
TV Columnist @blowryontv

Perhaps the “Star Wars” franchise’s worst-kept secret during the second-trilogy era is that its best screen depictions have come via TV animation. Inaugurating the Disney-synergy juggernaut before director J.J. Abrams can get there, “Star Wars Rebels” continues this trend, offering a…

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