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[Reviews] Movie Review: Pokémon — Detective Pikachu

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A children’s live-action comedy-mystery starring a talking mouse with a caffeine addiction, a searing wit that narrowly remains age-appropriate, and a heavy case of amnesia shouldn’t be such a successful combination, but it works well. Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is first and foremost a tech-demonstration movie whose splendid special effects take precedence above story complexity or […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Avengers – Endgame

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Avengers: Endgame, while remaining worth a watch, is not Marvel’s best work. It’s not the series’ funniest installment, despite devoting a remarkable fraction of its unnecessary running time to jokes and gags; it’s not the most thought-provoking, with story decisions and contrivances that undermine its “move-on” message on multiple occasions; it’s not even the most […]

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Planetes: Vol 1-2 Review: An Insightful Look Into Space Colonization

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Story  The story of Planetes follows the crew of the Space Debris Section, a unit of  the Technora Corporation. The point of the Debris Section’s is to prevent the damage or destruction of satellites, space stations and spacecraft from collision with the ridiculous amount of debris ( space garbage ) that are hovering in Earth’s orbit. So basically they are space Garbage men, now […]

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The Wizards | PSVR Review – The Magic Touch

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IT’S IMPOSSIBLE NOT TO COMPARE CARBON STUDIO’S, THE WIZARDS ENHANCED EDITION FOR PSVR WITH THE RECENTLY RELEASED, THE MAGE’S TALE. BOTH GAMES STARTED LIFE AS PCVR GAMES, BOTH ARE FIRST PERSON, BOTH REQUIRE YOU TO USE MOVE CONTROLLERS, BOTH GAMES HAVE YOU PLAY AS A TRAINEE WIZARD AND BOTH GAMES REQUIRE YOU TO KILL ORCS […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Captain Marvel

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“Thank you, Stan.” Captain Marvel’s opening montage, a collection of Stan Lee portraits set against the Marvel Studios logo, is a poignant and meaningful dedication to an iconic personality who was partly responsible for giving popular culture a bevy of iconic characters with abilities as diverse as their backgrounds. They’re joined by Carol Danvers, an […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Incredibles 2

Pixar's latest is a big-hearted follow-up to a beloved film. PHOTOSENSITIVITY WARNING.

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Despite feeling remarkably familiar for being such a long-awaited sequel, Incredibles 2 adeptly balances exciting action alongside thought-provoking and humorous family relations and is an easy recommendation for viewers seeking heroic adventures that don’t limit themselves to a teenage-and-above audience. Please note: If you or your loved ones have symptoms of epilepsy or photosensitivity, be […]

[Reviews] Movie Review: Solo – A Star Wars Story

Sometimes simpler is better, as Ron Howard's impressive contribution to the series proves.

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Han Solo’s origin story is a genuinely fun action movie that recalls the lighthearted tone of the original Star Wars films without blatantly mimicking their structure or leaning too hard on nostalgia. The new characters are fun to watch, the old ones are given genuine reasons to appear instead of simply being thrown in, and […]

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Final Fantasy IX Retro Review

I can't believe I played a part in this debacle!-Adelbert Steiner

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Story “Final Fantasy IX ’s plot centers on a war among nations. Players follow a young thief named Zidane Tribal, who joins with others to defeat Queen Brahne of Alexandria, the one responsible for starting the war. The plot shifts, however, when the characters realize that Brahne is working with an even more threatening person called Kuja.”–Wikipedia […]

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