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Review: Angry Beavers' Halloween Special (1998)For the upcoming Halloween holiday, I've decided to make a brief review on a
obscure special from an old Nickelodeon cartoon that practically nobody talks
about. I'm talking about "The Day The World Got Really Screwed Up" from the
animated series "Angry Beavers".
Originally aired October 26th,1998, "The Day The World Got Really Screwed Up"
stars our beaver duo as they go trick-or-treating the day before Halloween and
come across the home of their favorite B Movie actor,Oxnard Montalvo. As they
meet Oxnard and his associates, a giant inter-dimensional alien with a plan
to take over all realities and conquer the whole universe!
As the alien awakens to begin his domination of all realms, he brings all the
monster props used in Montalvo's movie to live, and they arise to assist him in
capturing and brainwash the Beaver Brothers and their newly-met friends. But with
the use of intellect, brawn, and the use of stock footage; the heroes defeat the
alien and save Halloween.
This is pretty good
The World's End Movie Review( September 5th, 2013)For my 19th birthday, I've decided to the last installment of The Cornetto Trilogy
with my family. The movie itself was simply fantastic, a perfect conclusion to this
series of wonderfully hilarious films.
It's basically the typical "Simon Pegg" protagonist trying to relive his glory days
with his best friends,who all happened to grow up and moved on with their lives, by
going on a beer run from 12 taverns all throughout his hometown, named "The Golden
Mile". While on their trip of debauchery, they discover the town isn't what it seems
and has changed drastically since their youth.
But, this time,instead of going the expected way by having the main guy become this
super badass, they deconstruct the typical Edgar Wright protagonist by making him
this pathetic drunk bastard who desperately tries to relive his past, alienating
his friends and making his life a complete waste in the process. That's a pretty
good perspective on the formula in my book.
I think my favorite part has to be the
Movie Review: Pacific Rim (2013)Sunday, I went with my brother to watch a movie on his birthday. And my family doesn't
really go to the movies on birthdays since we celebrated my 11th with a viewing of
Fantastic Four so that makes this occasion really special.
The movie in question was the Guillermo Del Toro film Pacific Rim, a action-packed
giant mecha movie that was freaking awesome! I mean it, it is just a completely fun
movie that my brother and I enjoyed. Probably because it just includes stuff that
guys like me like. Badass action scenes and stunning technical visual scenes.
I find this film to be one of the best of the year and I can't wait for it to arrive
Trailers: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (TV), The Seventh Son, Ender's Game, and The Hunger
Games: Catching Fire.
Movie Review: Monsters UniversityWell, I just came back from the theater after watching the latest offering from Pixar Animation Studios. I pretty much enjoyed it and the entire thing left a smile on my face. Its full of both callbacks to the original movie and new material that enticed me as a viewer. I really hope there is more of this from one of my favorite animation companies.
Also, there was an innovative little short that aired before the movie called "The Blue Umbrella" It is kind of a nice combination of animated character actions and live-action visual shots of a bustling big city at the height of rush hour.
Trailers: Despicable Me 2, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2, Turbo, Smurfs 2, and Planes
hey newton, gravity's flawedi.
starting anew from the flutter
and the sputter of lungs.
a vacant sea filled with feathers
and tumultuous clatter,
ribs in a treacherous pattern
resembling exiting rungs.
i want to wrestle the angels,
your tendency is the ladder.
involved with full indiscretion,
trading lazy for lace.
unspool the curse of the long-
limbs in a languorous flexion
i like the stab of the ankles,
you need the curves intersected.
opting to cull my extents
with trans-dimensional vigor.
spent my dysphoric corrections
on reconnecting lax ends.
lips in a spurious accent
feign a passionate rigor.
i tie myself to the anchor,
you extricate and ascend.
5:20i went to the forest
to purify my lungs
then i saw the thick
three letter scar
i left in a slender
birch, and wondered how
i could let you poison
another living thing.
moths aren't afraid of pins
till they're stuck to a piece of styrofoam.
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