Thoughts about it
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Hey guys, welcome to my review of The 100 Episode 2. Last episode we opened up with Clarke in a jail cell and she is put with many other kids inside a space pod sent to the irradiated and desolate planet Earth. Down there, the 100 must survive and find supplies in order to keep the Ark alive since they are running out of resources and supplies. Last Wednesday we enjoyed a good time with the season premiere and as of now we continue with episode 2. I actually liked watching this show and it got me having the time of my life, which means I still have a little faith in television, since I barely watch it because it's plagued with reality TV. Let us begin now.
Having discovered that Jasper may still be alive, Clarke, Bellamy, Octavia, Finn and Monty set out on a mission to locate their friend and are shocked at what they find. Meanwhile, on the Ark, Abby is determined to get to Earth, and enlists Raven to craft an escape pod. As the characters fully develop, we get to know a little bit more about them and there are relationships building up as they survive in a planet governed by danger and traps.
Thoughts about it
Now I am actually liking how characters are being developed be they good guys, bad guys, relationships and so on. The action sequences such as one of the scenes in which they try to rescue Jasper and having to fight for survival and even when Wells defends himself from those who bully him since he's the son of Chancellor Jaha. As for those in the Ark, I actually love how Abby is determined to get to Earth and prevent meaningless depopulation which Kane is more than willing to do so. As for the animals and territorial beings, I actually like how fight scenes against such things are made. Like I said in my last review, this show is like something out of the movie After Earth mixed with Hunger Games in a certain way. But it's not kids killing each other in a battle to the death, it's a fight for survival, a world where the only rule is survive or die, not to forget; kill or be killed. I actually love this show so far and I'm enjoying it. I also forgot to mention that The 100 is based on the book of the same name by Kass Morgan.
This episode was pretty cool, I like so far how characters and the story are fully being developed. And almost forgot, I think Octavia is pretty hot. I got a thing for Canadian girls. Hahaha! My final score for Episode 2 is an A-.
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Sonic and Zelda together? What are Sega and Nintendo up to now? And to think that Sega was once the rival of Nintendo long before Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox ever existed. Ok folks, so here's the thing. A DLC for Sonic: Lost World crosses the famed blue hedgehog with Link from The Legend of Zelda franchise which is stated for release tomorrow March 27th. Before we've seen Sonic: Lost World merge with Yoshi's Island, and now we're getting The Legend of Zelda. Nice huh?
According to IGN, this is the following: The Legend of Zelda Zone pulls artistic inspiration from a variety of Link’s adventures. The looming Hyrule Castle in the background comes from Twilight Princess. The enemy Stalfos that creep out of the ground originate from Ocarina of Time. At key moments Link rides by on a Loftwing from Skyward Sword. There’s even a miniature dungeon Sonic can explore, heart containers, and other surprises.
Hyrule field is an open area, but the dungeon we explored takes a more straightforward approach. The tube-like design resembles the speedy stages we’ve played in Sonic Lost World. It all funnels into a few large rooms, and it’s lined with rows of rupees to collect and rolling Gorons to avoid. Once you've completed the stage, rupees convert into freed animals -- a sort of currency used to unlock gadgets and stages in the main campaign.
Wow! I've seen awesome Sonic games in my lifetime as a gamer. But this is just...awesome! Ok gamers so, the Zelda and Sonic crossover DLC will be released tomorrow.
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Here are the latest pictures of the first look of Joss Whedon's Avengers: Age of Ultron. As you all know, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. The twins are played by Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass), and this looks awesome so far. This is going to help Marvel usher it's cinematic universe into the age of the extraordinary, as both possess enhanced powers. The Avengers: Age of Ultron is set for release on May 1, 2015
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NEWS: Gamer lands in hospital with kidney failure due to 16 Hours of Gaming combined with energy drinks
I cannot believe this! What kind of person plays for 16 hours and have too much energy drinks at the same time? You know, I'm a gamer, I love to play games and everything, but there are times when you have to do something else such as reading, use your talents for something, work, spend time with the family. I'm not a big fan of energy drinks, and I'm trying to drink less soda to avoid obesity. I'm not fat or anything, but too much soda or energy drinks is not good for the health. It's better to drink water.
Now, here's the situation. In Norway, a teenager named Henrik Eide Dahl told The Local. "I was playing Call of Duty. Then everything went dark and I passed out." Dahl, 14, had been playing the shooter on his school's LAN with friends when, taking a break in the cafeteria, he collapsed. Rushed to hospital, his kidneys failed and he slipped into a coma. Turns out he'd consumed 4 litres of energy drinks to sustain the session, which far exceeds any kind of manufacturer's warning or shred of common sense. He ended up spending 13 days in hospital, and still has to take drugs to control his high blood pressure.
My question to that kid is this: How in God's name are you going to drink such amounts of energy drinks and play for 16 hours? Gaming is cool and all, but if playing for hours like that is incredibly dangerous. You know? Now, losing so many hours of sleep can be incredibly dangerous as well.
To all those who are physically sensitive and fragile: Drink water, get more sleep, and do NOT attempt to play video games for 16 hours. Find something else to do with your time such as watching movies and shows on Netflix, reading a book, a magazine, a comic book, or you know try to use your talents for something beneficial such as singing, drawing or screenwriting if you have that talent.
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Unbelievable! Cuccos will be assist trophies in the next Smash Bros? Oh my God! I cannot believe these chickens we've bullied for years playing The Legend of Zelda are coming to Smash Bros. Ok, so here is a picture of Toon Link seemingly running from a Cucco. Back in the A Link to the Past, the Cuccos didn't attack us. But then in Ocarina of Time, when bullied, there WERE consequences for attacking them. I even remember getting killed by that swarm when my health was little. Well, let's see how the Cuccos react when you unlock them in an assist trophy. Ha ha ha!
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James Rebhorn, star of the Showtime drama Homeland, has died. He passed away on Friday, his agent Dianne Busch confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. Rebhorn was 65 years old. Dianne Busch stated that "He died from melanoma, which had been diagnosed in 1992," Busch stated. "He fought it all this time. He died Friday afternoon at his home in New Jersey, where he had been receiving hospice care for a week and a half." In the show of Homeland, Mr. Rebhorn played the father of Claire Danes' troubled CIA officer Carrie Mathison.
He is one of many actors to die this 2014, notable deaths being Phillip Seymour Hoffman, L'Wren Scott and Harold Ramis. His vast film resume consists of the following: Silkwood (1983), The House on Carroll Street (1988), Desperate Hours (1990), Regarding Henry (1991), Shadows and Fog (1991), Basic Instinct (1992), Lorenzo's Oil (1992), Carlito's Way (1993), Blank Check (1994) Guarding Tess (1994), Independence Day (1996), The Game (1997), The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999), Snow Falling on Cedars (1999), Meet the Parents (2000), Far From Heaven (2002), Cold Mountain (2003), Real Steel (2011) and The Odd Life of Timothy Green (2012).
I haven't seen the majority of the movies he was in except for Basic Instinct, Carlito's Way, Blank Check, Independence Day and Meet The Parents. This great actor also played in theater plays as well, and he will be missed by many fans of the show Homeland.
R.I.P James Rebhorn 1948-2014.
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Hello Ranger Fans! Welcome to my review of Power Rangers: Super Megaforce Episode 6. In our last episode, the Rangers had to fight a powerful elite monster named Matacore, facing a challenge like they'd never had before. But luckily Jayden Shiba and Mentor Ji taught the Rangers a valuable lesson. And what highly impressed me last time is that Gia and Emma unlocked new powers that were pre-Zyuranger Sentai warriors. These Sentai powers came from Maskman and Flashman.
Now, this episode of yesterday was a tribute to Power Rangers: Jungle Fury (adapted from (獣拳戦隊ゲキレンジャー Jūken Sentai Gekirenjā). I gotta say that yesterday's episode was pretty cool with all the story, the action and many awesome things to enjoy about this episode. Let's begin folks!
The episodes starts with the rangers hanging out at the zoo when they are awed by the sight of a zookeeper cleaning the tiger cage while the animal watches. They're impressed to see that he's "one with the tiger" in Noah's words. While hanging out, Emma secretly takes a picture of the zookeeper and discovers a familiar symbol behind his jacket. It's not long when a monster named Pacha Chamak appears, and has magnetic powers that deprives the rangers of their weapons. Jake and Emma then turn to the zookeeper who is none other than Casey Rhodes, Red Jungle Fury Ranger, and ask him to teach them kung fu. While doing so, they learn they have animal spirits.
Thoughts about it
I wasn't a big fan of Jungle Fury since I stopped watching Power Rangers shortly after SPD. Although I catched a few episodes of Mystic Force, Operation Overdrive, Jungle Fury and RPM. Now, I was impressed to see a former Red Ranger teaching Jake and Emma everything he knows about kung fu. Casey's kung fu style is Pai Zhua (Order of the Claw), and it was cool seeing him again.
For those who wanted to see the other Jungle Fury rangers, you've got to know they can't have all the rangers in each episode. Since in Gokaiger, legendary Sentai appeared in episodes, but only one of each team. But don't worry, you'll see them all again in the Legendary War.
During the fight scene with Pacha Chamak, the rangers transform into the Wild Force rangers, except Jake and Emma. It was actually cool to see the Wild Force transformation in action, since it was a great show in my opinion, although others beg to differ. I actually enjoyed transformation of all Jungle Fury rangers. I wasn't a big fan of Jungle Fury but it was ok to see it in Super Megaforce.
Why I wasn't a Jungle Fury fan? I didn't like it very much, it was kind of boring in a lot of ways. As for the Megazord, it was pretty cool as always to see them use legendary zords of previous rangers. But one corny thing they always say is this "That's a Super Mega Win!". Personally, I think Mega Win was enough.
Well, this episode was pretty well made and I enjoyed it a lot. Fight scenes were incredible, awesome storyline and not to forget that at least they didn't use pre-Zyuranger costumes. But I believe they might do again, because this episode is based on one of the Gokaiger episodes, which they used powers not just from Gaorangers, but from Taiyou Sentai Sun Vulcan.
My final score for this episode is a B+
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We're all excited for X-Men: Days of Future Past which is right around the corner in the months to come. But now folks, hear this, Bryan Singer who directed X-Men, X2 and Superman Returns, has teased the possibility of Gambit and a young Nightcrawler in the upcoming 2016 movie, X-Men: Apocalypse. Days of Future past will be focusing once again on the younger versions of Charles Xavier, Magneto, Mystique and Beast.
Gambit and Nightcrawler are fan favorite mutants in the X-Men series, and Mr. Singer had stated the following:
"I’m considering a Gambit and potentially a young Nightcrawler for Apocalypse," Singer said. "[I was] going to have Nightcrawler appear [in Days of Future Past], and even wrote a scene, but I felt that we were forcing too many mutants known history."
Now, I am happy to see that two of my favorite X-Men, Nightcralwer and Gambit are coming back. I couldn't be more happier since they are two of my favorites in the series. I'm also very happy that Bryan Singer brought justice to X-Men with First Class, because X-Men 3: The Last Stand was a major piece of trash. I'm looking forward to Days of Future Past coming on May 23, theaters everywhere, and I can only hope that this movie is just as good as the graphic novel of the same name, which I also remember watching the episode of the same name in the cartoon.
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Hello boys and girls! Welcome to my review of the new CW TV Series, The 100. Now, The 100 premiered just this week and to tell the truth I really liked it and I cannot wait to see a lot more than this. In my opinion, this show is like a mixture between After Earth, Hunger Games and Battle Royale in certain ways because of some of the elements that this television series has. Now, this show could end up being one of my favorites of the CW Network, the girls are beautiful and the acting so far is pretty great. Now, let's get this started, and I'm going to try to keep this spoiler free because there is a lot of awesome and yet shocking things that happen in this episode.
Ninety-seven years ago, nuclear Armageddon decimated planet Earth, destroying civilization. The only survivors were the 400 inhabitants of 12 international space stations that were in orbit at the time. Three generations have been born in space, the survivors now number 4,000, and resources are running out on their dying "Ark." Among the 100 young exiles are Clarke, the bright teenage daughter of the Ark's chief medical officer; the daredevil Finn; the brother/sister duo of Bellamy and Octavia, whose illegal sibling status has always led them to flaunt the rules, the lighthearted Jasper and the resourceful Monty. Technologically blind to what's happening on the planet below them, the Ark's leaders - Clarke's widowed mother, Abby; Chancellor Jaha; and his shadowy second in command, Kane - are faced with difficult decisions about life, death and the continued existence of the human race.
Thoughts about it
Now, I was really surprised by the action, the story, the acting and the world that revolves around The 100. This show has potential to be an awesome series so far. Now, the character of Clarke played by Eliza Taylor is the protagonist, and she seems to have leadership qualities for the group that she is with. Henry Ian Cusick plays the role of Coucilman Kane, who seems to be playing the role of the villain in this series. Paige Turco plays the role of Abby, who is the chief medical officer of The Ark and Clarke's mother. Most of the actors did a good job in their acting roles, some lines were awesome, but I'm not gonna say them since I'm trying to keep this spoiler free.
As for something reminded me of After Earth, I think that in a LOT of ways this show reminds me of the movie After Earth. Because of course, think about it, humans long abandoned their native planet of Earth and are living in outer space, those who are sent to Earth have to find resources, but the most important thing of the mission is one thing...survival. Because in an abandoned planet due to radiation, expect territorial animals and beings. In one part of reminding me of Hunger Games and Battle Royale is this, 100 underage kids that are misfits are imprisoned and sent down to Earth in order to survive or die trying finding resources so that the Ark can survive.
Now, I also believe that there are allegations of depopulation which reminds me of such issue in reality. Of course, nowadays people say "the world is getting too overpopulated" or "it's already there". Then again, many would say that as well that. since there are talks and fears of depopulation.
The pilot episode of The 100 came out to a good start. Good acting, awesome scenarios, neat action and a lot of things to enjoy there are in this episode. My final score for the pilot episode of The 100 is a B+.
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NEWS: George R.R. Martin Says Game of Thrones Movie In Discussion, Could Be Based On 'Tales Of Dunk And Egg'
While we are getting ready to back into the Seven Kingdoms for a fourth season, we have discovered some news that George R.R. Martin has told us about. What makes me ask Mr. Martin is this "Mr. Martin, isn't it a little too early for a movie?". Get this folks, while Season 4 is coming to HBO on April 6, Martin revealed that a movie for the hit series based on the Song of Fire and Ice novels is being discussed when he caught up with The Hollywood Reporter, though it's still pretty early in the game. George R.R. Martin had stated the following.
"Do we run for seven years? Do we run for eight? Do we run for 10? The books get bigger and bigger (in scope). It might need a feature to tie things up, something with a feature budget, like $100 million for two hours. Those dragons get real big, you know."
They say that the movies could be based on "Tales of Dunk and Egg", "The Hedge Knight", "The Sworn Sword" and "The Mystery Knight." and it would actually serve as more of a prequel. "They could be the basis for (a film)," he said. "I have written these three stories, and I have about a dozen more." Now, I actually believe that if a movie is to be made, then it should be something about Robert Baratheon's rebellion and also the rise and fall of the Targaryen family, which would be totally interesting to be exact about it. One thing is for certain, so far I have only read the first book and can't wait to read more, but due to certain problems I'm having right now, I can't afford the books. Well, let's just see how things turn out to be soon enough
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