Transformers: Age of Extinction ReviewHailtothechimp
A mechanic and his family join the Autobots as they are targeted by a bounty hunter from another world. This is Rumor Control, here are the facts. Over the past several years Michael bay has devoted most of his time to making Transformers films, yeeees. There are those who say they’re fun popcorn films and there are others who have built their hatred of Michael Bay off of them, yyyyeeeeesss. Me? The first film is good and brings a wave of summer nostalgia (hey, 2007 is a very nostalgic year for me) whenever I watch it, while Revenge of the Fallen can be fun I also find it to be a chore to sit through thanks to some bad acting, some bad characters, some bad humor and bad racist stereotypes and in all honesty I cannot remember much about Dark of the Moon save for Optimus’ cold blooded murder of Megatron, yeees. After three years Bay has returned to directing chair one last time for Age of Extinction. Will is surpass the previous two films in terms of quality or will it be ano
Playstyles, or Father, I Have a Confession...Months back, when I got back into Pokémon - thanks to Omega Ruby -, I invited one of my best friends over one day for some trading. He's a major fan, owns every game in the series. Had more than enough excess to spare, I'd say. He asked me how many Pokémon I had caught during the course of my Omega Ruby playthrough... and there was a bit of an awkward silence in the room.JeffersonAirship
"Uh... well, I mainly just catch the ones that look cool."
He stared at me, blankly, this thousand yard stare as if I were some crazy person he never met before.
"... But that's kind of the point of the series. What about 100% Completion?"
"Eh... what am I going to miss that's so important?"
"Well, how about a sense of achievement?"
"I feel that when I catch a Pokémon that's not only cool, but high level... or if I kick its ass, that works too."
See, here's the thing...
Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned...
When it comes to not only Pokémon,
Celadon's New Blossom 3A small group of people mulled around a video phone in the Pokemon Center. They were discussing something between them that seemed to be very important, if the slightly panicked voice coming from one of them was of any indication.Usa-Ritsu
“Are you sure it's on right?” Ash asked as he poked and prodded at the hoodie he was wearing. The jacket was worn in a way that covered his hair and only allowed his face to be seen. It was also zipped up, obscuring the orange dress from view... as long as nobody looked at him from the waist down.
“For the 10th time, Ashley, yes.” Erika's voice was reassuring, but with a hint of exasperation mixed in. “But we have to make sure that the hood doesn't mess up your hair. It'd be a shame to ruin such lovely locks.”
The trainer tugged on his jacket again. He figured he probably looked ridiculous, what with how the dress was showing like it was. “My hair isn't the bigger problem right now. Well, it kinda is.” He fidget
Celadon's New Blossom Chapter 2“Where are we even going?” Ash asked with a hint of wariness as he followed behind Erika, who was walking at a brisk pace before him. The Gym Leader was accompanied by two of the girls from the gym, who seemed to be a little more amused than they should be. Following him was Misty and Brock.Usa-Ritsu
Erika turned her head briefly to look at him. “Well, there is one thing we must do at this moment if we are going to go through with you spending your time like a girl. While you do look like a young, tomboyish girl right now from afar, if someone were to spend even a moment before you, the truth would be revealed in an instant.” Her eyes raised to look from the child's eyes to his messy black hair.
“Whaddaya mean by that?” He didn't quite understand what Erika was getting at. He was still in the orange dress from his Ashley disguise. His red mary-jane shoes clicked against the ground as he walked. Briefly, he felt Pikachu place a hand on the big pink ribbon atta
Death Battle: JoJo vs. Anderson, Act TwoMadnessAbe
Weakly reaching into his coat, Anderson pulled out the single final weapon he had left that would allow him to win this battle. It was a single, long, and thick nail. But it was no ordinary nail. It was Helena's Nail, one of the nails that pierced the flesh of Jesus Christ at his crucifixion ages ago. Now, the simple pin had become a holy weapon of immense power.
Anderson no longer had the jovial look of sadism he had at the beginning of the fight. His visage was now cold and serious. A change like that was never a good sign. Gripping the Nail tightly with his single fist, Anderson raised the relic over his head...
"If I must become a Monster of God...so be it."
...And plunged it into his heart. Alexander Anderson gave out a single gasp of agonizing pain and slumped over in apparent death.
In an instant, his arm regrew itself slowly. But it did not reform from muscle, bone, and flesh; Anderson's arm regrew from a sudden arrival of thorn-cover
Father Anderson preaches into Death Battle!MadnessAbe
AKA: Father Anderson, Paladin Anderson, Judas Priest, Saint Guillotine, The Monster of God
Weight: 290 lbs
Occupation: Catholic Priest, Hunter of the Undead, Iscariot's Trump Card
One of the few characters in Hellsing who fight Alucard on equal ground
Has fought, hunted down, and slain countless vampires, ghouls, and other undead during his time in Iscariot
Raised and taught future members of Iscariot since they were children, which includes the current leader Enrico Maxwell and his bodyguards Heinkel Wolfe and Yumiko Takagi
Is a one man army on his own, capable of fighting and taking down hordes of Millennium's troops and Alucard's own familiar army by himself and barely held back by any injuries
Using the power of Helena's Nail, took down a majority of Alucard's forces and came close to killing the vampire himself
Skills and Physicality
Death Battle: JoJo vs. Anderson, Act OneMadnessAbe
Madness Abe: Alright, the votes are in and the combatants are set. Let's end this battle once and for all.
Insanus Abe: But, wait, hey! This is a moment of celebration! It's our first fight in a long ass time and the first since the reboot!
Madness: We haven't really changed much in personality, though.
Insanus: I know, but it's still a landmark. And it's also our actual Season Finale! And our first two parter! (blows into noisemaker)
Madness: Well, indeed it is. Thanks to everyone for helping us along the way and getting us this far. You guys are really the best and we really couldn't have done all this without you. But now...
Madness and Insanus: IT'S TIME FOR A DEATH BATTLE!!!!
The young man's eyes opened wide in an instant and he took a sudden breath of air as he awoke. Breathing quickly, the young man looked around
DB's Seven Deadly Sins EntryThe Sin of Wrathredhavic
Swearing in a argument
Whenever you decide to put up a fight, there is one thing to keep in mind. Not everybody is going to like it as you do. Since this is the place where people from different backgrounds, different religions, and even different countries come to interact with each other, this is a most common thing.
There are those who feel certain parts of it could have been done better, stating this in a calm and reasonable manner. That way, you can see their viewpoint and actually learn from them for next time you write.
Then there are those of such bitter taste, they feel the need to cuss you out like a sailor and say how f***ing wrong you are. Many like this give off the same conditions: a pig headed attitude, to say someone has a mental illness for having a different view than they do, and generally being a bother to everyone around them.
Just because this is the internet, doesn't mean you can act like a f
Death Battle: Dio Brando vs Lester DeRossoGimmyJibbsJr
Vocal: Okay, the fighters are set and are ready to kill!
HD: So buckle up, and get ready for a Death Battle!
Vocal: Wait! Before we go, I would like to tell you all that ゴゴゴ stands for "menacing"! Okay, now it's time for a Death Battle!
Cairo, Egypt... (Cue Music)
As he awoke, a stinging pain invaded his head. With a small grunt in displeasure, the man took a slow, deep breath. With another, silent moment, He felt the headache leave him. As soon as it left him, he looked around, seeing that he was in some sort of city. It was dark out, undoubtedly night time. He looked about, and saw that he was lying in front of a small mansion. As soon as he gazed at the mansion, he suddenly began to wonder...
"What am I doing here, and why...?" He mumbled to himself, bringing up
The Giver + The Maze Runner Reviews The GiverZimeta
Rotten Tomatoes: 36%
Budget: 45 million
"In a seemingly perfect community, without war, pain, suffering, differences or choice, a young boy is chosen to learn from an elderly man about the true pain and pleasure of the "real" world."
Actually, I didn't mind this movie. Sorry critics, I'm going with the plebs again on this one. It wasn't great, but a soft "good".
The previews made it seem like it was going to be another "Divergent" with stupid teenager adrenaline rushes. Buuut, they played this one pretty smart. Plus it has Jeff Bridges, so.
The use of color in this one was pretty good, I must say. Anyone who knows the giver knows that color plays a big part of the story. Depending on the scene it was black and white, full color, or subdued.
There isn't too much I'd change about it except to make it more like the book. I haven't read the book (I don't read much anymore since the in
The More And More I Think About Godzilla (2014)......The more I grow to love it (ha! Bet some of you were hoping I was going off it).Nukid101
All kidding aside, I do understand why people dislike it, I really do. It didn't live up to your expectations or what you wanted, and that can be a letdown. That said - and I must get on my high horse here - I implore you to try and see this film for what it is trying - and succeeding - to be, and not what you WANT it to be. It's for this reason that I'm quite confidant this film will become a cult classic like Blade Runner (another film that people initially hated).
As I've said before, Godzilla is less about monster rampaging and big destructive battles, and more about the smallness and helplessness of the humans watching. The way the film is shot to show most of the monster scenes from the angle and perspective of a person watching is just plain masterful; it reinforces the fact that the people in this world are helpless to stop