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City of Bones, a review
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, a review
So here we are: my first book review. What an interesting concept. I should do it more often. I won't, but I should.
When fifteen-year-old Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder — much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with strange tattoos and brandishing bizarre weapons. Clary knows she should call the police, but it's hard to explain a murder when the body disappears into thin air and the murderers are invisible to everyone but Clary.
Interesting fact: The author of this particular series got really famous for writing Harry Potter fanfiction. Yeah. She wrote mostly Draco fanfiction, it took off and she somehow crossed over into 'actually' writing books. So, keep at it NaruSasu fan writers. Perhaps you, too, shall cross over.
Basically, Harry… err- 'Clary' finds out she's a special daughter of a special mother, who's coincidentally kidnapped, so she go
Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2
Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 a review
Warning: Strong Language Ahead.
Fuck. I have to review this POS, don't I?
At this point, making fun of Twilight is like kicking down a diseased dog or beating a dead horse. Pretty much everyone at this point whether it be the internet, day time talk show hosts, cartoons and kids are in on the joker: supernatural creatures romanticized to the point of non-sense and convenient plot points. Yet, even I'll be the first one to admit if the damn trend isn't on everyone's priority list right now. From books, to TV shows, to former developer of good games (Goddamit Bioware) to even Saturday Morning Cartoons (Goddamit, Korra), people have been trying to capture this particular lighting in a bottle and hopefully some of its profits.
So who's the winner at this point? Is it Mormons? Is it females? No, the real winner at this time is Stephanie Meyer, because I have to pay to see this crap. 5 times.
Let's bid farewell to this particular
Wreck-it Ralph, a review
Wreck-it Ralph a review
At first glance, Attack-it Aaron looks to be another generic Disney venture by the Disney corporation. However, with cameos from Sonic, Q-bert and Zangief, Break-it Burt immediately captures my eye. Indeed, even a on-and-off gamer such as myself can appreciate the cameos Crush-it Carl is bringing to the field. Never before has an advertising campaign sold me on a movie since Lilo and Stitch. Will Destroy-it Dan meet expectations or is it game over for Eradicate-it Earl?
(Yes, I know I'm mispronouncing the name. That's the joke)
With celebrities John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman and Jane Lynch onboard, let's dive into the videogame world of "Wreck it Ralph"
For 30 years, Ralph has had the unfortunate circumstance of doing the same job over and over again. Even harder, he gets no appreciation for being the bad guy in an arcade game. However, when he is left uninvited to the game's 30 year anniversary, he swears to not only find a medal, signaling that he is i
The Proud Family, a review
The Proud Family, a review
Once upon a time, a show premiered on the Disney Channel that broke new ground. Starring a young and hip female protagonist, this show gained a wider audience than intended and showed that even family friendly material didn't always need to be dark to be entertaining.
That show was Kim Possible.
Once upon a time, a show premiered marketed toward young African Americans. Despite the initial hesitation due to the 'urban' themes, the show proved to be much smarter than it appeared as its protagonist not only learned the value of life, but taught the same virtues to youngsters everywhere.
That show was Static Shock.
Once upon a time, a couple of Disney executives tried to appeal to the urban demographic. Having no real ideas, they gave it to Bruce W. Smith, the guy who directed the alienating "Bebe's Kids" and would eventually draw Dr. Facilier.
That show was The Proud Family.
Yeah... the early 2000's were an odd time. In the age of ne
Her CatalystAs she walks through the maelstrom, the words trace upon the tips of her fingers and press into the stone. Every brick, every crack in the concrete, every crossed and angular stroke in reds and blacks and oranges. The drips of the gasoline pool around the base of her boots, slosh as she steps over the burst pipes and the rubble.
So much rubble. So little outcry. The silence of the city grates on her eardrums and the mantras she'd been forced to memorize. The Seers demanded they observe thirteen years of recitation before they attempt to weave their first World together.
But who other than the Seers can claim the incantations that knot the skeins they twist and pull on like reins hold fast? When have any of the Sisters recorded the visions they traced upon space-time and recited them, left them open for critique and discussion and debate?
Which is why she walks through the chalky soot of the smashed city around her. This all
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