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The Adventures of Tintin: Discover how far adventure will take you.

This entry was posted in Action, Adventure, Animated, DVD, Videos & Movies, Family by Snowfoxx on

Such a great endeavor made by contemporary movie legends should not go unnoticed, and The Adventures of Tintin is exactly what is needed for a great family movie night. This movie was a collaboration of Wingnut and Amblin, produced by Peter Jackson and directed by Steven Spielberg, and with such epic backing, you know you can’t go wrong. This film is based on the series of adventure stories by HergĂ©, set in Post WWI Europe, but Tintin’s tales take us all over the world.

This particular story focuses on the young freelance investigative reporter’s discovery of a model of a sailing ship he bought in the local market. Being a bright young man, Tintin (Jamie Bell) is knowledgeable about history, he buys the model from a vendor for a pound, but finds this ship to be far more valuable, as there are people out there willing to steal, lie, cheat and kill for it. Two men ask to buy it from him, first an American detective, then, a Mr. Sakharine (Daniel Craig), whom is most adamant about having it. This is a model of the galleon, The Unicorn, a merchant vessel from the 17th century, that was commonly used to transport rum and tobacco from the New World, but there is more to it than being just a model.

Cowboys & Aliens

This entry was posted in Action, DVD, Videos & Movies, Sci-Fi, Thriller, Western by Snowfoxx on

Back in the 1960s, there was an episode of Doctor Who that created in an attempt to mix the sci-fi and Western genres together. It was a failure, but they took it to the air anyway. Over the decades, the writing of one of the best BBC sci-fi shows has gotten drastically better. The cross-genre theme works very well in books, as there have been many of these sold in the last few decades. There have also been attempts but low-budget studios to mix the genres together, but these movies tended to get very little press and they were forgotten and set on old VHS tapes in the rental section of C-stores and small video tape rental outlets, unless someone looking for something unusual wanted to take a chance on it. There have been a few successful, steampunk-based movies that use this forumlae, like Wild, Wild West. So here, we have another attempt to bring these together in a movie that uses a title with variation on a cliche’ phrase, and there the movie becomes a cliche’. While this movie has some big names in the cast, production, and direction, it seems the movie itself has no direction, and no logic to it.

Goldeneye 007 Reloaded

This entry was posted in Action Games, Adventure Games, First Person Shooters, Software by Cleave on

Gameplay:★★★★½ 
Graphics:★★★★★ 
Sound:★★★★☆ 
Value:★★★★★ 
Fun Factor:★★★★☆ 
Overall:★★★★½ 

Release in November of 2011 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii this remake of a classic Activision and Nintendo 64 game is going to be a hit with anyone who played this game in the past. For those that have played the game on the N64 be prepared to learn it all over again as the game controls have changed. For those that are used to games such as Call of Duty and Metalgear you are going to know these controls inside and out. It doesn’t matter if you are an old player or a new player you are going to enjoy this game.