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8 Crucial Moments of The Hunger Games (Article) - 3/21/2012 3:18:37 PM

Well I usually don't care to much about critic reviews, but the movie has like a 90% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which means yeah it is a good movie.  Also with $100 million budget the film is basically money in the bag due to its popularity alone, heck ticket sales online have supposidley been close to Harry Potter numbers.  As for a sequel, I read online one is supposed to start filming later this year and will probably come out next Summer or Winter.  So yeah since Harry Potter is over and Twilight will be soon, this is going to be the new Epic Book-to-Film craze for the next few years a least.

Also to the writer of the article, there is nothing wrong with Hot Topic, they have some pretty cool stuff, my only complaint is they don't carry that much Anime stuff anymore, but then again nobody does as Cheap Fans, Illegal Downloads, and The Douche Bags who run Adult Swim basically helped kill the Anime industry in the U.S.

Mania Review: Puss in Boots (Article) - 10/28/2011 7:46:15 AM

Well usually I don't care what critics think and I probably won't see this movie in theaters, but seriously the Reviewer for this site obviously lets his emotions get the better of him when reviewing these movies, critics with the attitude of "Oh this idea is not original enough" or "This is a cash Grab..." seriously need to STFU and say whether the film and its content were enjoyable and entertaining. 

Puss in Boots has an over 70% approval rating on Rottentomatoes and close to 50 positive reviews as opposed to 14 negative, so apparently the reviewer just does not like the character has an axe to grind whatever, it does not warrant this movie getting a "D" rating.

As for "In Time" some people were saying hey finally a semi original idea, yeah its original to an extent but  thats the thing with movies like "In Time" yeah their original but they just look really stupid, and the film made the mistake of casting Justin Timberlake as the lead, yeah few guys want to see him in an action movie.

Salmon Returns to RE (Article) - 9/13/2011 10:36:16 PM

I have a feeling it will be a flashback sequence, or they could go the whole we cloned our better Umbrella Operatives and infected them with the virus, Salmon could play like Mr. X or something, a mutant bodyguard/thug for the Umbrella company.  If they put him in a bodysuit or Colin Salmon really bulked up and they shaved his head and gave him some sunglasses I could see him being Mr. X, I mean heck he's really the only boss monster they have not used to an extent so far.

In the first the boss was the Licker/Hunter

In the second it was Nemesis

In the third it was a version of the Tyrant

In the fourth it was the Executioner and Wesker

So I could see Mr. X being used in the fifth film.

Biggest Transformers Face Palm Moments (Article) - 6/30/2011 6:54:42 AM


Exactly the twins were stereotypes, they were not rascist.  People who complain about the Twins being insulting stereotypes should go complain about all Tyler Perry's shitty movies before they complain about being stereotyped by Michael Bay,  Perry horribly stereotypes his own ethnicity and they lap it up.

"Seriously, the only reason the NAACP didn’t kick up a greater fuss is because they’re still trying to wrap their heads around the notion that anyone in 21st century America would be stupid enough to greenlight it."

And also if the NAACP had complained about this it would have shown what a sad joke their organization has become, of course you only have to look at people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton to see that.

Mania Review: Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Article) - 6/29/2011 5:25:21 AM

Wow this was not a review of the movie at all. Like so many negative reviews on rottentomatoes, this was  just another I hate Michael Bay and the fact that he is successful rant, you know when critics post crap like this is just makes them look like complete pricks.  And whining about military/weaponry porn, good God I am glad the film has that stuff it makes the movie a lot cooler and a much better action film, so reviewers need to grow some balls again apparently instead of whining about it.

God I hope this movie makes a ton of cash for several reasons, one I have liked the series thus far, this new one looks to be amazing especially in 3D and I have been looking forward to it for a while, but lastly when the Transformers movies do really well its almost like pouring salt into an open wound for these critics, they hate Michael Bay so much, some almost seem like they would love to see him get hit by a car or something. So when his movies are actually successful its like spitting in their collective faces, I hope this movie is really successful.

10 Great Movie Entrances (Article) - 5/17/2011 6:06:02 AM

I would say the Tremor Brothers from Smoking Aces, while it was not as big a hit as the other films listed, their appearance in the film where they drive up and take out Aflecks crew is one of the most unexpectedly random and awesome entrances I have seen.  PlusChris Pines interaction with Aflecks corpse right after is flat out hilarious.

Mania Review: Season of the Witch (Article) - 1/8/2011 8:52:28 PM

Wow a D- that is way to harsh, this film gets a C from me, it wasn't great and the CGI at the end was pretty cheap, but overall I liked the story, characters, costumes, locations, and the acting was pretty good. When it comes out on DVD I will probably pick it up, it was a fun dark sword and sorcery/fantasy film.

Movie Preview 2011 (Article) - 1/7/2011 6:32:22 AM

The Thing Prequel is probably one of the most pointless things ever, I mean seriously give the John Carpenter classic a proper sequel, not a stupid prequel, we know everyone accept two people is going to die then they are going to make it to the American camp where one gets shot and their heilicopter gets blown up, wow great way to end a pointless movie.

PARANORMAL Prequel Scores Victory (Article) - 10/24/2010 9:13:11 PM

Eh Universal had Despicable Me, that was a pretty big hit for them.

GOOSEBUMPS for Ellsworth (Article) - 9/16/2010 3:02:55 AM

My Vote for a book to film adaptation would be Welcome to Dead House, that book was at least in my opinion one of the creepiest and darkest themed/toned book in the series, ironically it was also the first or at least one of the first in the Goosebump series, but that book creeped me out when I was a kid, and it would make a great horror movie if done right.


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