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In Defense Of: Game Developers and their right to end a series how they see fit!

Gaming exposes us to amazing stories with amazing characters. I for one, play games more often than not, for the story. If a game has an amazing story with deeply relatable and seemingly life infused characters, I am generally super happy with the final product. 1,003 more words

Gaming

In Defense Of: The Purge

This past weekend saw the release of The Purge: Anarchy. A sequel to the 2013 film The Purge. While I have yet to see either film, the trailers and promotional material paint an easy to understand picture of what the films are about. 838 more words

Debate

Arguing for That Awkward Moment

Brian Deal

I’m going to take some time to talk about a movie that was slammed by the critics. In early 2014 That Awkward Moment… 432 more words

Brian

In defense of fan fiction

I started reading fan fiction at the tender age of 11. For those of you who weren’t teenage girls in the new millennium, fan fiction is stories written about pre-existing characters/people/things. 1,026 more words

Writing

In Defense of Star Trek Five

There’s no doubt that this is one of the weakest films in the franchise. In fact, there’s really not a lot of defense for it, but then again, the movie isn’t exactly the one who needs defending. 1,236 more words

Movies

In Defense of (Adults Reading) Young Adult Fiction

You may have recently learned of an article published in Slate Magazine called “Against YA” in which writer Ruth Graham explains why adults should be embarrassed to read Young Adult fiction…or any “literature written for children.” You can read the article… 535 more words

In Defense Of

In Defense of Michael Bay

Michael Bay gets a bad rap. His movies are criticized as being low on plot and depth with anything worthwhile being substituted with mindless explosions. His characters are either terribly dull or more resemble caricatures than actual people. 586 more words