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Doom : No one gets out alive.

This entry was posted in Action, Adventure, DVD, Videos & Movies, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller by Will on

DOOM-2005-DVD-CoverDoom is a Sci-fi horror film and this one is basically on a video game. This movie is set in the future and set in year 2046. This movie is about eight Marines from Earth who are ordered to go to Mars and there orders are protect people and claim UAC data. The eight marines were Sarge, Reaper, Duke, Destroyer, The Kid, Portman, Goat, and Mac. Sarge always follows orders and he never disobeyed orders before. Later in the movie, he will be come a demon or monster.

In this movie, there is no Hellgate. That was in Doom 3. This is when scientist are experimenting on humans. I wish they had put a Hellgate in this movie and it would be great, but the movie is still pretty good. The game is still better than this movie. When I’m watching this movie, everything is pitch black. That is the good or bad reason. The good reason is when you turn off the lights at night time, you will get jumpy. That is why people got scared from this movie. The bad reason is it needs more color. If I want to watch this movie in the day, it needs more color, not pitch black.

Wrath of the Titans: Feel the Wrath

This entry was posted in Action, Adventure, DVD, Videos & Movies, Epics, Fantasy by Snowfoxx on

When they released the remake of Clash of the Titanss, I was really glad. I had seen the original movie in 1981, and even though in its own day, it was epic, I knew the remake would be far superior, just at the fact that Avatar’s Sam Worthington would be much better as Perseus than Harry Hamlin had been thirty years earlier. I was very happy with the outcome. Another thing that was lacking in the original was what brings us to Musings today, a sequel.

In this story, Perseus (Sam Worthington) has married not Princess Andromeda (Rosamunde Pike), but the demi-goddess, Io. Demi-divines are still mortal, and Io has passed on. Perseus is raising his son, Helius (John Bell) alone and irking out a living as a simple fisherman, wanting to leave the gods of Olympus behind him. Helius is his reason for just about everything now, since the boy is all he has, and he loves him dearly. In this time, since his defeat of the Kraken, people have become somewhat atheistic, and are no longer praying to the gods for pretty much of anything. The gods are aging, and losing the power, because it is worship that the fuel on which they use to survive.