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Godzilla - Nature has an Order
This Summer 2014, Godzilla returns to the big screen with an all new story based on the Japanese kaiju made by Toho Inc. A story of courage and human reconciliation as they face a titanic monster, created by humanity’s scientific arrogance.
Starring: Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche and Ken Watanabe.
Godzilla Premieres May 16.
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Hello Marvel fans! Welcome to my review of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The Winter Soldier is the sequel to the 2011 film, Captain America: The First Avenger and also takes place shortly after The Avengers. This movie is the ninth installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, directed by Anthony and Joe Russo and stars Chris Evans as Captain America, Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Robert Redford as Alexander Pierce and Samuel L. Jackson as General Nick Fury. Now, I just went to see this movie today and all I could think about how awesome and good this was, but nowhere near as good as the first one which was a pretty epic introduction to the famous Nazi-bashing and Hydra destroying superhero. Let’s begin with the review, shall we?
Plot. Story begins two years after the Battle of New York, Steve Rogers is now living in Washington D.C. and is working for S.H.I.E.L.D while he is adjusting to the 21st Century. But soon, he’ll have to fight a new threat against S.H.I.E.L.D and against a new enemy known only as “The Winter Soldier”. While the origins of The Winter Soldier are not known, the threat of HYDRA from S.H.I.E.L.D is. Captain America must once again fight the organization he battled against during World War II.
Development. Screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely said in April 2011 that they had begun writing a sequel for Marvel Studios. In a June 2011 interview, McFeely said, “The story will likely be in the present day. We’re experimenting with flashback elements for more period World War II stuff. I can’t say much more than that but we made it baggy enough to refer to more stories in the past”. McFeely later revealed that 98% of the shooting script takes place in the present day, and that the first few months of writing were a back and forth process with Marvel, but that after an outline was finished, the story didn’t change much. Markus and McFeely wanted to adapt Ed Brubaker’s Winter Soldier storyline from the comics, but it took them six months to convince themselves that they could do it.
Thoughts. The movie was very awesome, I loved the story, the action and the developing of the characters and the special effects as well. I was happy to see the Falcon kick some ass as well. There are also various moments that were actually funny and others that were like gut-wrenching, even lots of surprises that I will not say what happened in the movie. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, I suggest you all go to see it, because I am not saying the whole story. In terms of movies about Marvel and DC superheroes, personally, Marvel has much better storylines and awesome casting, although some past Marvel movies were pretty lame such as Daredevil and Elektra.
Conclusion. I think this movie was really good, the story was well made and action sequences are very well choreographed. The Russo brothers did an awesome job in the directing and Henry Jackman’s composing of music was just right for the film. My final score for Captain America: The Winter Soldier is an A+.
God Bless and Enjoy The Show!
The 100 - Episode 4 Review
In the wake of Wells death, Clarke gives her once best friend a proper burial where she puts purple flowers on it, alongside other three that died. She hears someone coming up behind her and immediately points her knife at them, only to drag it away after realizing it was only Finn. He scolds her for being out in the open all alone, when the rest of the group have determined that the Grounders have killed Wells as they have no clue it was actually Charlotte. Meanwhile in the Ark, trouble brews as the monitors let out a beeping sound, telling them that another member of the ‘100’ had died. She wakes up to see that is is Clarke and is mortified. While on the ground, there is someone accused of murder.
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Power Rangers: Super Megaforce - Episode 8 Review
We open up where Silver Lining Part 1 left off. Once the Silver Ranger reveals his identity, Gia immediately recognizes him and she seems to have some sort of crush on him, much to Jake’s jealousy. Once they head to their mentor Gosei, Tensou becomes fascinated with Orion’s presence, as the former explains to Gosei and the other Rangers of how he obtained the Silver Ranger Key. As for Vekar, he has fallen into a deep depression due to the failure of his plans. And after we learn from his past, the Rangers take Orion to show life on Earth, while Gia and Emma go on a fashion frenzy to help him blend in.
The 100 Episode 3 Review - Earth Kills
In a desperate attempt to treat Jasper’s festering wounds, Clarke, Finn and Wells set out in search of a seaweed antibiotic. Bellamy and his crew go hunting for food, and are joined by Charlotte, a lovable 13-year-old, who feels safe under Bellamy’s protection. A thick, acidic fog appears, forcing Clarke, Finn and Wells to seek shelter inside an ancient van. While they are trapped, Clarke confronts Wells on his betrayal that resulted in her father’s death, while there are flashbacks that tells the truth on why her father was killed by the council.
Arrow Episode Promo - The Man Under The Hood
Prepare for an explosive showdown this April 16
Power Rangers: Super Megaforce Episode 7 Review
Episode 7 - Silver Lining Part 1
The Rangers are shocked and mystified when they discover the presence of a new Silver Ranger. Is this strange new visitor an ally or a foe?
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Godzilla - It Can’t Be Stopped.
TV Spot Trailer of the upcoming movie, Godzilla
Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Aaron Taylor-Jonson (Kick Ass, Avengers: Age of Ultron), Elizabeth Olsen (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Ken Watanabe (The Last Samurai), Juliette Binoche (“The English Patient,” “Cosmopolis”), and Sally Hawkins (“Blue Jasmine”)
Daily Gamer/Comic/Movie Fan Presents: The 100 Episode 2 Review
Having discovered that Jasper may still be alive, Clarke, Bellamy, Octavia, Finn and Monty set out on a mission to locate their friend and are shocked at what they find. Meanwhile, on the Ark, Abby is determined to get to Earth, and enlists Raven to craft an escape pod.
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