Archive | May, 2011

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Movie Review

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides attempts to bring back the magic of the first installment while presumably attempting to kick start a new trilogy of films. This installment is standalone and while it hits the familiar notes of previous movies it seems to be doing so in a paint by numbers fashion that [...]

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Priest Movie Review

Priest is a competent effects driven action picture that has a lot of potential and some cool ideas but ultimately falls short of being the awesome spectacle it wants to be. Priest takes place in an alternate future in which humans have won a centuries long battle with vampires thanks to an order of warrior [...]

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Bridesmaids Movie Review

It is being called the Hangover With Women but that is really selling Bridesmaids short. There is a lot more going on here than just laughs and while it is definitely an R rated comedy, it doesn’t rely solely on the extreme for them. Annie (Kristen Wiig) is terminally unsuccessful. Following a failed baking business [...]

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Something Borrowed Movie Review

A romantic comedy that doesn’t rely on an unlikely high concept premise, Something Borrowed is full of genre cliches and predictable moments but it carries it out with enough laughs to keep both genders in the audience entertained. Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin) has a bit of a problem. She has been in love with Dex (Colin [...]

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The Hangover Part II Movie Review

If you are going in thinking that the Hangover II is a rehashed plotline following all the major beats of the original then you are 100% correct. It is also very, very funny and while the plot points might be rehashed the jokes aren’t and the ante is upped in a satisfying way that will [...]

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Mortal Kombat (Xbox 360) Review

Summary [9.5 out of 10] After years of shifting to a 3D format, the Mortal Kombat series has come back to its 2D roots and the results are bloody and glorious. Something of a reboot, Mortal Kombat has a lot to offer with a large roster of fighters, a new story, tons of modes, plenty [...]

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Thor Movie Review

Well acted and directed, Thor is not a perfect super hero movie but it is exciting, engaging and far better than a Thor movie should ever have hoped to be. The story finds Thor (Chris Hemsworth) about to have the crown of Asgard passed on to him by his father Odin (Anthony Hopkins) when a [...]

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CafePress Screwed Us, UberPrints to the Rescue in less than 12hrs

DISCLAIMER: I have no affiliation with any of the companies talked about below nor have I been compensated in anyway from any of the companies. When I have a terrible customer experience or a wonderful one, I feel obligated to blog about it to help others. The Buzz Media is going to E3 again this year [...]

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Troll Face – High Resolution

Given the (surprising) popularity of the high resolution Forever Alone pic, here is one for another one of the internet’s more popular memes: Troll Face:

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Everything Must Go Movie Review

Everything Must Go gives Will Ferrell another shot at drama and he does a terrific job in film that doesn’t shy away from the bleak reality of alcoholism and what it takes to try to put your life back together. Nick Halsey (Will Ferrell)  is a great salesman. He’s won awards and put money in [...]

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