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CRS Report on Regulating Advocacy of Terrorism on the Internet

The growing presence of ISIS and other terrorist groups on social media has triggered lawsuits and sparked debate over what steps should be taken by the government and/or social media companies to restrict this growth. 359 more words

Cyber Abuse

Ratchet and Clank - "Low in quality and lacking innovation, Ratchet & Clank shoots for the sky but struggles to even lift off"

Considering Ratchet & Clank is the first feature under the production banner “Playstation Originals”, it’s remarkable how much seems to be a copy of different properties. 558 more words

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Ratchet & Clank: What Happened?


DIRECTED BY: Kevin Munroe

STARRING: James Arnold Taylor, David Kaye, Paul Giamatti, John Goodman, Bella Thorne, Rosario Dawson, Sylvester Stallone

GENRE: Animated, Science Fiction, Action, Comedy… 356 more words

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'Ratchet and Clank' Review

Shortly after being rejected from joining an intergalactic police academy, adventure-seeker Ratchet returns home defeated. The small, cat-like alien sits outside the garage he works at, worried he’ll be stuck there his entire life. 440 more words


Ratchet & Clank Movie: Mischief and Mayhem That’s Out of this World

Ratchet the Lombax and Clank the robot get ready to kick some asteroid in the animated movie adaptation of their popular Playstation game. The plot stays true to the premise of the action-packed game series, in which players are tasked to thwart Supreme Executive Chairman Drek (Paul Giammati), who plans to destroy the galaxy. 343 more words

"Ratchet & Clank"



Colorful, loud and boisterous with an uninteresting plot, “Ratchet and Clank” is not a good movie for adults or kids. This is exactly the kind of animated movie that gives all animated movies a bad name. 409 more words

2016 Film Reviews