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On Second Thought: "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life”

The common thinking when it comes to sequels is that they suck. However, when the bar isn’t that high to cross, it shouldn’t take too much to make a good sequel. 1,726 more words


On Second Thought: “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider”

Video game adaptations are the one genre that never seems to be done right. Sure these films may be entertaining, and make a decent amount of money for the studio’s, but at the end of the day, it’s the video game fans that determine a particular film’s fate. 1,028 more words


Trailer Nation: World of Warcraft

During the past weekend Blizzcon along with Legendary Pictures and universal Pictures released the first trailer for the upcoming movie adaptation of World of Warcraft.  WOW is based upon Blizzard Entertainment’s Massive online MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) with a continued use of over 5.6 million players that launched in 2004 . 92 more words


Stop playing World of Warcraft for two minutes and watch its movie trailer right now

It’s an understatement to say that people love World of Warcraft. The massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) holds the Guinness World Record for being the most popular game of its kind, and back in 2012, it was reported to have grossed over 10 billion dollars, making it the highest grossing video game of all time. 223 more words


Gaming company Activision Blizzard launches film studio, plans Call of Duty cinematic universe

Today is supposed to see the premiere of Legendary Pictures’ new Warcraft movie trailer, but the company behind the gaming phenomenon has pre-empted the reveal with an announcement of their own. 416 more words


Happy Birthday Super Mario Bros.!

Today is the 30th birthday of Super Mario Bros., the first game that my family ever owned and played together.

Just for fun, Google “Super Mario Bros” and click on the… 100 more words

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Film Review: Hitman: Agent 47

Wasn’t Hitman just a post-Matrix drip anyways? Like, are teenagers still enraptured by jet-black attire, cyber-punk imagery, and slow-mo gunplay? Given the advent (and profitability) of first person shooters, probably, but still. 639 more words