Blade Runner, a classic that I did not bother to watch until a sequel was on the horizon. The movie itself is set into a grim state of the planet Earth. Humans invented replicants, a form of AI set into humanoids just like humans in order for them to perform slave work for mankind. These… Continue reading Blade Runner (1982) – Certainly a classic.
The movie begins with a linear form. A birthday party had come to an end and the socially awkward girl had no one else to pick her up, so the birthday girl’s dad offered to leave her daughter’s friend at home. Alongside with the birthday girl’s best friend, they entered the car while the father… Continue reading Split – An Interesting Take On Multiple Personalities
In the forest surrounding Hearthglen, Tirion Fordring, a high-ranking Paladin and Lord of the same city, derailed from his normal hunting paths and found himself a ruin of a guard tower. Now that the war was over and the orkish Horde was imprisoned in several camps, Tirion was astonished to see tracks indicating a presence… Continue reading Warcraft – Of Blood and Honor: Book Review
Written by Christie Golden, Lord of the Clans carefully weaves the origins of Thrall during the Second War and how the poor orcish infant lost his parents and was consequently found by a madman with violent tendencies, huge ambitions and a profound desire of everything liquid that contained alcohol. After losing his parents to Gul’dan’s… Continue reading Warcraft: Lord of the Clans – Book Review
The book begins post second war, the dark portal is closed and the remnants of the Horde are either held in captivity spread around several enclaves or have gone into hiding, fighting a desperate battle towards the inevitable end against the combined might of the Alliance. Khaz Modan however, still remained as Orc territory. Mainly… Continue reading Warcraft: Day of the Dragon – Book Review
So in just a couple of hours after having a couple of tickets reserved, a friend of mine told me not to go watch this movie as it was badly written and that he already felt like leaving after the break. Well, I already had the tickets, so I lowered my expectations and went to… Continue reading Valerian and the lack of a plot development.
Ever since the animated series back in 1993, I’ve always enjoyed seeing Spiderman on his adventures across New York City. This movie, although a good one across most aspects, has one single purpose, which is to insert Spiderman within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) at the present timeline before Infinity War begins. At the beginning… Continue reading Spiderman: Homecoming – Just In Time For Infinity War
It’s been almost 10 years since I saw the Ghost in the Shell anime and perhaps some of its OVAs and/or movies, but since then I have not laid my eyes on it ever again. After noticing that a movie was coming up for this cybernetic universe situated in the near future was surely a… Continue reading Ghost in the Shell – A trip to the cybernetic future
Gal Gadot and the entire cast and production team got the job right! That’s what I mean! But damn, she is really charming! Gal Gadot’s smile puts the wonder in Wonder Woman! I know she’s not smiling in the image below, but how can she look sexy and beautiful while at the same time completely… Continue reading Wonder Woman – Gal Gadot gets the job done right!
At first, I was kind of conflicted in watching this movie. The general opinion about it was divided as well. There were some great rankings, 4 of 5 stars and 2 of 5 stars. That’s a huge difference. I thought it would be a survival kind of movie (which in part it ends up to… Continue reading Passengers – Solitude May Kill