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Milicent Penelope Owens broke up with me. She said that I wasn’t attentive to her needs, and according to her Gramma Owens “not a proper suitor.” I’m still trying to wrap my head around that statement. 726 more words

Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron on Blu-ray Combo Pack Releases on 10/2

By Staff Reports

Marvel Studios reunites Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in the unprecedented movie event, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron.  Iconic heroes are forced to reassemble and face their most intimidating enemy yet – ULTRON.   1,173 more words


Crash (1996) review

There was something about Crash that made me want to review it. Dissect it. Pick its brain. Because I don’t know what I think of it; I don’t know if I liked it or not, or whether or not I could recommend it. 476 more words

Grey & Steele Do Hollywood

To say that I am not a fan of the 50 Shades of Grey (book) would be an understatement. Still, I’ve watched the movie. Call it masochism or using every opportunity to get self-righteous, but there, I did it. 553 more words


Avengers: Age of Ultron Review

Yesterday I finally got to watch ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’. It was, in a word, EPIC. So I thought I’d do a review for it, even though I’ve only seen it once. 1,164 more words

The Mithril Guardian reblogged this on Thoughts on the Edge of Forever and commented:

Hey, readers! I am here re-blogging a review of Avengers: Age of Ultron by masterleiaofasgard! If you are one of the few people on the planet who has not yet seen the film, I must therefore warn you that this post contains spoilers. Enjoy!

The 15th Century Called, they want their ideal female heroine back.

I don’t know whether this following post qualifies as a rant or a review. But it could be either really. And also, before I START, a note: I didn’t read the book and only managed to sit through the film solely for the reason that a review of it would be fun to do. 1,038 more words


Avengers; Age of Ultron

Avengers; Age of Ultron, 2015
Directed by Joss Whedon
Starring Robert Downey Jr., James Spader, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansen, Mark Ruffalo

One of the few things this film gets right is that the heroes actively try to save civilians. 1,204 more words