Frozen II

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I saw Frozen II over the weekend and it was pretty good. Is it better than the first film, yes and it better than Wreck-It Ralph Breaks the Internet. Hell, this is one of the better Disney sequels I ever seen since Return to Neverland.

The story was good, It was damn good, visuals are great, animation looks pretty amazing, and songs, they were not that great. This film feels like it was taken some bits and peaces from various anime series like some from Yu-Gi-oh! and Avatar: Last Air Bender. Elsa is the air bender and she goes in the memories of Arendelle just like Yami goes back the memories from his past from the season 5.

In this film, we learn about about Elsa’s story. The last film was mostly Anna’s story, but it is Elsa’s turn now. In the beginning of the movie, Elsa’s father told a bedtime story about the Enchanted Forest. He said it was peaceful place to go, but one day war broke out and the forest was sealed away. Than three years after the first film, Elsa started to heard voices. She was following the voices and suddenly she unleashed the power of the Enchanted Forest. Arendelle was in trouble, so Elsa and Anna will find the forest and bring peace to Arendelle.

The Warriors

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The Warriors Poster
Gameplay:★★★★★ 
Graphics:★★★★☆ 
Sound:★★★★★ 
Value:★★★★★ 
Fun Factor:★★★★★ 
Overall:★★★★¾ 

The Warriors for PS2 is one good fighting game that was a really good game and one of my favorites for the PS2. This game is base on the 1979 movie The Warriors, but I’m heading based off the book instead the movie. I never saw the movie or read the book. I’m only play the game. The graphics in this game look pretty good for a PS2 game from Rockstar. It looks way better GTA games for the PS2. The character models looks way better than GTA game from PS2 and the game looks more cleaner. It doesn’t looks blurry and doesn’t looks like GTA III graphics.

The gameplay in this game is quit impressive. It does remind me of Neverwinter Nights for PC, but almost using Dark Alliance controls. This game is a fighting game. You using combos in this game like crazy and you build your stamina in this game as well.There are so many types of levels, side quest, and mini games. You can play Story mode, go back to the past how the Warriors got set up, help the homeless and more other things you can do. Rumble mode were can play one on one, create your own gang. Rumble mode is a fun but get boring by yourself. It is more fun for 2 players instead one player.

Redline – A story about the most popular racing event in the galaxy, the Redline, and the various racers who compete in it.

This entry was posted in Action, Animated, Anime, DVD, Videos & Movies, Romance, Sci-Fi, Sport by Snowfoxx on

If you are up for a fun, fast movie with great music and non-stop action, find a way to get to some kind of online service to get this 2009 anime film about one of the biggest, dangerous, and most illegal races in the galaxy. The Redline is not too far off, but to make it there, many racers must qualify in other prelim races, and we start this story as Sweet JP is racing in the Yellowline. Sweet JP (Patrick Seitz) looks like he came right out of the 1950s with a black greaser duck tail pompadour haircut that goes on for days, jeans and leather jacket. He is going against some big competition, but the strongest rival is Sonashee MacClaren (Michelle Ruff). With her green and pink hair, and simple way of dress and no-nonsense way of doing things, no one would guess that she is the best contender for the Redline. This race is so intense with it’s vicious, dirty driving tactics and crazy racers, it would be hard to know that it was only a prelim.

Granny Cantrell’s

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“Your very own whistle-stop cafe’… Granny Cantrell’s!” That’s how the jingle goes when you hear it on many of the Panama City radio stations, and they nailed it when they sang that ditty. Cleave and I hit this little local game on 23rd St. for breakfast one day, and the place blows Waffle House away! My only regret was that we could not have been there for lunch instead. It was a Wednesday, and that day’s special was corned beef and cabbage.

Cleave had been in a mood for something maple-y that day, and since we both had doctor’s appointments in town then, it was from Baldwin Ave. to Granny Cantrell’s, then to Pier Park, then back to Gulf Coast Medical. Granny’s was a great stop along the way, and the breakfast was typical of most Southern Americana cooking. Grits, hotcakes, eggs, and such, so nothing really special there, but the atmosphere is fun and historic, especially for local train enthusiasts like Cleave. It features model trains, big and small, plus old depot memorabilia. Not just for local lines, but for famous lines like the Chesapeake and Ohio, to name one.

Singin’ in the Rain (1952) What a Glorious Feeling!

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Singin' in the Rain (1952) Movie PosterCan you believe it has been sixty-seven years since this movie came out? It is is truly a classic in every way, including being on the top ten list of AFI’s best films of all time. For those of you who don’t remember being able to see this great movie from time to time on PBS or on your mother’s or grandmother’s old VHS player, you are in for a treat. A colourful, musical, literally jazzed up treat! This movie is set during the Jazz Age, and in a time when big, big changes were going on in Hollywood. That’s right, it’s 1927, and technology is about to throw a great big monkey wrench into the Silent Film industry.

This story focuses on three people in this industry. Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly), a dashing leading man that makes all the movie fan girls swoon. Cosmo Brown (Donald O’Connor) a musical genius and all around funny man, and Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds), a young starlet with a voice that was perfectly designed for the new talking pictures. Along for this ride are Lena Lamont (Jean Hagen) Don’s onscreen love and sidekick whom he can’t stand when off camera. The woman also has a voice that makes Harley Quinn sound like Susan Boyle, and studio director R.F. Simpson (Millard Mitchell), a man who is always ready for new ideas to bring the masses to the theatres.