In the past, the show Arrow had been shaky at best. It had its high points and its low points. It got to the point where some people just gave up on it altogether. However, for those who stuck around through the good, the bad and the ugly of it all we were treated with quite a surprise when season 2 rolled its way on to our television screens. So far season 2 has be fantastic. It has more layers and deeper story and character arcs for everyone. We are treated to multiple characters from the DC universe, and sometimes the show is a giant easter egg hunt to find out who’s who.
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The Spider-Man reboot franchise is very polarizing. Some people loved the new direction Marc Webb has taken with the series and some think that the Sam Raimi movies should never have been touched. I am more of a fan of the former. Oddly enough, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is very very different from both the Raimi series and the first film.
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In May, Mat Smith announced he was retiring from being the Doctor. And, to be honest, most of the fandom felt sad about it. He was our hip, young, cool Doctor. Then Peter Capaldi was announced as the next regeneration. Again, most of the fandom reacted positively (especially after seeing gifs of him in In the Thick of It). So of course, we all expected a great, wonderful, amazing send off for Matt, as great and heartbreaking as we got for David Tennant.
Moffat, you let me down again. Continue reading
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Let’s go ahead and get all the screaming out now, shall we? I’ll give you a minute.
Alright, let’s talk about some Doctor Who.
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When I first heard about Gravity I wasn’t too interested. It seemed like it would be a big explosion-fest and another in George Clooney’s long line of action vehicles. I am also not the biggest fan of Sandra Bullock (editor’s note: YOU ARE FIRED, SIR). I have mostly seen her star in romantic/romantic comedy films and well, that’s the whole cast. However, the first trailer I saw for it got me hooked. That and it was going to be directed by the amazing Alfonso Cuaron. He is known by some as the guy who ruined the third Harry Potter film. However, i remember him as the director of the fantastic film “Children of Men.” He really knows how to bring characters to life and his style of directing action puts you in the place of the person engaging in said action and makes you fear for your life not knowing what will happen to these character main or not. That is what I was expecting and that is exactly what I got.
After a month of awesome, and not so great villain tie-in books, Forever Evil is back with a vengeance. This issue really develops the Crime Syndicate more than the first issue and shows us the inner workings and politics of a group of characters as smart and as powerful as the Justice League but not as nice. I really enjoyed everything about this issue. It really brings up questions on how governments are run and how should they be run and if you truly can rule the world. Not through force but through making people believe they are the ones who chose this government for themselves. And in the end isn’t government the something that will be Forever Evil? Continue reading