Call of Duty 3 is an okay game, but this is not all that good at all. I played the PS3 version and there some bug problems in this game. I get stuck in the walls, the soldiers died upside down a few times, and this game turned off my PS3 automatically.
This game is set in World War II. You are helping the French win the war. When I’m playing this game, it doesn’t feel like a World War II. It feels like shooting up some bunch of crazy aliens from Power Rangers, because the Nazis act like those aliens from Power Rangers. What is this? I’m playing Power Rangers in World War II? Did the Rangers go back in time? Why the Nazi look like Power Rangers alien enemies? I watched Power Rangers a long time ago when I was 6. Read more...(449 words, 35 images, estimated 1:48 mins reading time)
This film is a classic and will always stand the test of time. Heck when watching it today you can see parallels to the current economic situation in America. The film was made at a time when unemployment was high and the rich kept getting richer, seemingly at the expense of the poor. Some of the visuals you see in the film will make you laugh as you see it happening around you right now. It makes you wonder if Carpenter was a profit of what is to come with the way that this film unfolds. For anyone that likes the films from John Carpenter, they are going to love and cherish this one where everything is not what it seems. Read more...(828 words, 190 images, estimated 3:19 mins reading time)
Aliens is a James Cameron film. This is the best alien films of all the Alien series. The one who is playing the main character is named Ellen Ripley and played in all four of the Alien movies and played in Avatar and is Sigourney Weaver. Carrie Henn played the little girl and little girl name is Newt. Lance Henriksen is playing the Robot and He was on Alien vs. Predator. This movie is all about a woman named Ellen Ripley having bad nightmares about a alien popping out of her chest.
So, now join a batch of solders are sent to kill the aliens once and for all. When the first time I watched this movie I said, “Wow!” That coolest movie I have ever seen. I like when the soldiers were shooting up all those aliens. I liked when Ripley was fighting the Queen Alien. I liked when she was shooting up the Queen’s egg sack, and I liked when she was burning up those eggs. Those eggs are pretty dangerous. This movie does not have predators in it. I know some people want to see predators fighting the aliens, but this is not Alien vs. Predator. This is Aliens, just Aliens. This movie was came out around ’86. So, it is a 80’s movie, but really good 80’s movie. Read more...(431 words, 150 images, estimated 1:43 mins reading time)
This is a movie with many mixed signals, and with a little net research, got mixed reviews, from professional critics to regular movie-goers, and my own reaction is going to be somewhere left of the middle. Stunning graphics, leaden pace, and characters with too many hidden agendas and bad attitudes, plus flat performances. While I am up for the mystery of the origin of human life, and I find anthropology and archaeology fascinating, right from the beginning, this movie created more questions than it answered. Read more...(668 words, 138 images, estimated 2:40 mins reading time)
Fictate (fik’ tayt) – v. To inform a television or screen character of impending danger under the assumption they can hear you.
Many great movies come out during the holiday season, and no matter what genre they fall under, you might find yourself fictating through some of them. This will usually happen with adventure and horror movies, but it can happen with family films, and maybe even romantic comedies, if the characters are acting stupid enough. This will be most common with horror films, even though we expect characters to get caught up in dangerous situations with antagonists like demons, monsters, aliens, vampires, and insane psychotic serial killers, maybe even Death itself. It can happen with adventure films when the hero goes into a tomb filled with snakes or spiders or other creepy vermin that makes our skin crawl. No matter what the fictional situation, we tend to forget that these characters are not real, and if the movies is really good, we might find ourselves telling these scripted characters where not to go, or trying to warn them to Watch Out! It’s right behind you! Read more...(258 words, 1 image, estimated 1:02 mins reading time)