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Thor: The Dark World ~ Review
So in case I haven’t made it known to everyone I know, I’ll provide a brief recap on my thoughts of the first “Thor” movie. It was one that I thoroughly enjoyed, could watch again and again, and definitely ranks as my favourite pre-Avengers movie, with Thor himself being my favourite character in the ensemble. So immediately, that’s put quite a bit of pressure on this sequel, “Thor: The Dark World”, as it has a difficult act to follow. And to give you my honest verdict… it’s even better than the first. So what’s going on this time?
Thousands of years prior to the beginning of the story, a race known as Dark Elves, led by Malekith (Christopher Eccleston), were defeated in their fight to destroy the universe using a weapon known as the Aether, which was consequently hidden while Malekith and a handful of elves escaped, going into suspended animation. In present-day, Thor’s love interest Jane Foster (Natalie Portman)
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa ~ Review
Released by Paramount Pictures as a change from their annual “Paranormal Activity” sequel, this hidden camera comedy from “Jackass” creators Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze features Knoxville playing the titular “Bad Grandpa” character, Irving Zisman. Recently widowed at 86 years of age, Zisman feels that he has finally become a free man and is prepared to celebrate. But these plans change when he is handed the task of taking his grandson Billy (Jackson Nicoll) on a road trip across the United States, where he will be left in the custody of his estranged father. Though initially reluctant to form any kind of connection with the boy, Irving and Billy soon find themselves bonding through playing a series of pranks and stunts on the unsuspecting public, with both their actions and the reactions of the bystanders forming the basis of the film’s central joke.
As you can see, unlike the three “Jackass” movies, which served
The Smurfs: The Smurfiest Love of All - Part 2PART TWO
(Back at Gargamel's hovel, Scruple is still mopping the main room's floor when a soaking wet Gargamel walks in, looking glum and exhausted, and shuts the door hard behind him. Scruple and Azrael cringe at him.)
Gargamel: No, I didn't capture any smurfs!
Scruple: I can see that! What happened to you?
Gargamel: I am not, in the mood, to discuss it.
(He mumbles to himself as he walks over to his bed.)
Gargamel: No gimmicks, no distractions, no dum-dums... I was sure that was going to work!
(Gargamel takes a deep sigh as he collapses on his bed, laying on his front. Scruple and Azrael both look at him, unsure of what to say.)
Scruple: Uh... is there anything you want us to do?
Gargamel: Have you finished the floor?
Scruple: Just now.
Gargamel: Good. There are some boxes down in the cellar. Unpack them, then you're excused.
(Scruple looks happily surprised by this.)
Scruple: Excused, really? That’s not at all like you, Gargy.
Gargamel: (exasperated) Ooh, you want me to change
The Smurfs: The Smurfiest Love of All - Part 1PART ONE
(It begins with a panning shot of the forest. This moves into various shots of the smurf village, and the smurfs hard at work either inside or outside their houses.)
Handy: (narrating) Smurf village. Friendly… peaceful…
(Harmony Smurf is seen playing his trumpet loudly and out of tune here, to the annoyance of some others who clap their hands over their ears.)
Handy: (narrating) …mostly. And hidden away from untrustworthy faces…
(The shot then fades to a scene where Gargamel, Azrael and Scruple are chasing some smurfs through the forest.)
Handy: (narrating) …like them. Gargamel, Azrael and Scruple, our worst enemies.
Gargamel: I’ll get you! I’ll have every last one of you smurfs boiling in my stew pot!
(As Gargamel cackles, the smurfs run into a pair of oak trees on either side of the path they run on. Gargamel, Scruple and Azrael stop in front of the trees after seeing the smurfs take shelter in them.)
Gargamel: We have them trap
My Little Pony: Equestria Girls ~ Review
Jump up, make a sound! Hey! Stomp your hooves, turn around! And with a word of warning for spoilers, let's review “My Little Pony: Equestria Girls”.
This first feature-length movie to be based on the immensely popular “Friendship is Magic” series was granted a limited cinema release earlier this year, just a few weeks after it was unveiled to an incredibly polarised reaction. As if the idea of transforming our main protagonist, Twilight Sparkle, into an alicorn princess at the end of the third season wasn't enough to upset a large amount of the fanbase, much has been said about Hasbro's equally controversial decision to produce a feature with a premise involving all the pony characters being portrayed as humans. And after seeing the movie for myself, it most definitely exceeds all high or low expectations, especially given its severe initial backlash, but it's also not without its problems. Picking up where the Season 3 finale, “Magical Mystery Cure”
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