Hello people! Welcome to the mid-season premiere review of The 100. In our last episode, we all learned about Finn and Raven's relationship, while the story reached to a tragic conclusion which will haunt Clarke and Raven for the rest of their lives and could possibly cause a rift between the two. This episode started 2015 with things starting to get crazy, hostilities are temporarily over but things at Mount Weather are going to get very volatile soon enough. Let's start.
Clarke strikes a deal with Lexa and Indra. Abby and Kane begin to realize that decision making powers are out of their hands. A seething Raven is unable to control her emotions. A bold move threatens to destroy the newly formed alliance between the sky people and the Grounders, and a familiar face haunts Clarke. Meanwhile, back at Mount Weather, Monty comes up with a risky plan
Hello Arrow Fans! Welcome to the review of episode 10 of Arrow. Now, the mid-season finale came with a very shocking conclusion which got many fans wondering what will happen next and things are now starting to get even more suspenseful than before. We all remember that Season 3 began with a major shock that the following episode after the premiere was a painful and hard episode to watch. But this episode shows that the crazy is about to begin. Let us begin.
In the aftermath of Oliver’s fight with Ra's Al Ghul, Diggle and Roy Harper continue to protect the city in The Arrow's absence. However, after 3 days without hearing from Oliver, they begin to fear the worst may have happened to their friend. Felicity refuses to believe that Oliver could be dead until Malcolm pays the team a surprise visit. Thea suspects there is something more behind Oliver’s disappearance and asks Malcolm for a favor. Meanwhile, Ray tests a part of his new suit and Laurel takes up the mantle of the Black Canary
What's up Flash fans welcome to the review of episode 10 of The Flash, Revenge of the Rogues. This series returns to start 2015 with an explosive beginning that involves an action of ice and fire. So, last episode, our heroes were getting ready for the holidays, until Flash finally encounters the man in the yellow suit, a.k.a Reverse Flash which ended with the appearance of a face of Caitlin's past, Firestorm. I actually loved this episode, and that's what I call starting with a Bang! ladies and gentlemen. So now, let us begin with the review of this awesome episode of The Flash.
Leonard Snart AKA Captain Cold returns to Central City with a new hotheaded partner in tow – Mick Rory AKA Heat Wave. The duo plan to steal a multi-million dollar painting, but Cold has another agenda while in town – to set a trap for The Flash. Snart and Mick kidnap someone close to The Flash and threaten to kill them unless The Flash shows up for a battle of fire and ice. Meanwhile, Iris deals with Barry's confession.
Talk about a song of ice and fire. Better yet, a battle of speed vs ice and fire. This has been an explosive beginning and the two-on-one fight was completely spectacular. The choreography, the special effects and the portrayal of the characters was completely amazing. Seeing Wentworth and Dominic together again is like Prison Break 2.0. Of course, we all know how smart Michael Scofield really was and Lincoln Burrows was more the muscle than brains. I miss that show, but you can still watch it on Netflix. However, the way things ended, it could lead to a bigger surprise.
This was a great start for 2015 and things will get suspenseful and surprising. So finally all I can say is that The Flash has done so great that I would be happier to see it renewed for a second season guys. My final score for this episode is an A+
God Bless and Enjoy The Show!
Hello fans of The 100. It's been such a long time, and I haven't reviewed because I wanted to take a break. Reviewing various shows ain't easy, you know? Ok, so, tonight, The 100 is coming back and with this review we are going to take a look back at the heartbreaking and painful mid-season finale because, tragedy strikes and tonight we shall all see what is going to happen next after this ordeal. So anyways, once again everyone, Happy New Year and I hope the best for all of you ladies and gentlemen this 2015. May you achieve what you want and make your dreams come true. Let us begin.
At the beginning of this season, the rest of the citizens of The Ark arrived on Earth, while Clarke and the others were separated. There are friends and enemies on all sides, secrets are revealed and blood will be spilled. Clarke returns to Camp Jaha with devastating news. Finn struggles with the aftermath of his actions. Abby gathers information from an unlikely source and prepares for a fight. Meanwhile, flashbacks reveal Finn and Raven’s relationship on the Ark.
This was a really intense, painful and heartbreaking episode because we see what happens at the end that shocks everyone. Many are sad, angry and there will be a lot of hate for certain characters within the fanbase of The 100. This episode is about making hard decisions, redemption and prevention of bloodshed.
But although there is a cease-fire, there will still be a lot of bloodshed in this season. All I can say is that the first half of Season 2 ended with a bang. But tonight, we will learn what happens next. The best is yet to come folks.
Good episode, really intense, sad and heartbreaking. From what I can tell, tonight the crazy may begin in this mid-season premiere folks. The mid-season might start 2015 with a bang, just like Flash did last night and Arrow will also do tonight. My final score for this episode is an A-.
God Bless and Enjoy The Show!
This is just unbelievably incredible. Here's the thing folks, some guy insulted another guy in a Call of Duty match. The image you guys see is one of them starting the brawl until they get split up. You can watch the video on ReviewTechUSA. I decided to voice my own opinion on this issue because, gaming nowadays is becoming a major joke over people's choice of words. If I play online multiplayer I do it for fun without having to insult people. And I commented on his video that it's one of the exact reasons why I stopped playing COD after MW3.
Now I can imagine the mainstream media with people on Fox News, Anderson Cooper and other media people saying how violent gamers are. Yeah, they might be saying that if this goes all over the news if it hasn't already. Now, let me tell you something. Video games don't create violent people, scientific studies in London have proven that a year and 3 months ago. As far as I know, humanity is a very violent species. Because we know that since the dawn of humankind, humans have killed and fought each other over race, religion, politics, lands and words in books. I am a gamer, and a person who does not like getting into violent altercations with anybody because, what good can one obtain from being violent? Nothing! Nothing at all, but more violence! I've seen kids fight each other over Smash Bros and Call of Duty as well. I've seen men fight over women and women fighting over men as well.
So to people like the guy who went to beat up that gamer, calm the &^*! down, it's only a game! Games are for fun and excitement, not for fighting each other. And to the mainstream media, STOP blaming games for random acts of violence. Because it's been scientifically proven that games don't cause harm and people to become violent. But of course it's hard to make the lawmakers, politicians and mainstream media understand that. Anyways gamers, if you're gonna play online, just have fun, no need for insults.
God Bless and Play Hard Gamers!
Hello gamers! Happy 2015! Today I want to share something with all of you. Why I love playing video games? I was inspired to do this topic after watching a clip of The Game Theorists asking why we all love video games. Ok, now, I will tell you why I love doing this favorite hobby of mine. Since I was very little I loved playing video games because it was fun, enjoyable, and also an escape from the harsh realities of the world. Some people actually wished I was more of a sportsman than a gamer, but hey, I can still watch sports too. I had no relationships, although I wanted to, and some people say I never got a girl because I'm a gamer. Gamers can have relationships too! Who says that just because you're a gamer you can't have love.
Playing video games has always been one of my favorite hobbies aside from reading books, reading comics, watching my favorite shows on TV and so on. As a gamer, games have been a positive influence in my life since they taught many life lessons, made me laugh, cry, and send shivers down my spine with amazing music. The worlds in many video games are astounding and gets to you that you wish you were in that world. In my honest opinion, some video games actually reflect what our world can be like at times due to it's harshness and tough experiences. However, we know that there are many people who crusade against video games like Jack Thompson, a former attorney, and also politicians like Dianne Feinstein, Jay Rockefeller, Joe Biden and Ralph Nader, not to forget, radical feminists who constantly complain about games just because of certain things such as making girls with huge breasts ;). Many anti-video game activists have made a lot of enemies in the gaming community and want video games banned because in their words they teach people to be killers, also, games destroy education, and what these anti-gaming activists say is not true. Video games reflect our society in so many ways. I have played Mortal Kombat when I was little, and I NEVER, resorted to harming people.
My favorite game series is Final Fantasy due to the many life lessons taught, team-ups, and also for it's amazing story. Now, although some games are anti-religious, they do not affect me as a Christian, because as far as I know, main characters can be pretty Christ-like saving the world and such. What I also loved about playing video games is how you played with friends and family in the old days and did things such as: sharing controllers, cracking jokes, supporting one another and talking about good times and the bad. But nowadays, multiplayer is online, and the worst thing about it, it's kids yelling curse words at one another. Gaming to me is all about the story, quality, music, gameplay experience, replay value and so on, not just graphics. Some gamers only play because of the graphics nowadays, while others tend to focus on more than just graphics. But the worst thing about gaming is that some gamers tend to submit to fanboyism, which to me is like a poison to the gaming world.
I also like how video games have become the comics and movies of today, since there was a time when games were only for fun, but now they are an amazing experience to love, cherish and enjoy. So that is all I want to say of why I love video games.
God Bless and Play Hard Gamers!
Video Gamer, Comic Geek, Movie Lover, Friendly and very spiritual.