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Oh look, it another action-packed fourth installment to a nostalgic franchise that’s been dormant for a little while. Huh.
The park is finally…finally…finally open. Grab a ticket and pray you live to tell about it. Read the rest of this entry
AKA “why the audio stories are totally the best thing ever, you guys”.
It’s that time again!
The time to see our favorite heroes come together and save the day from a bombastic villain with a vendetta. It sounds just like the unprecedented smash that we all experienced three years ago, but is it really a comparable watch? Does it make us feel the same way it’s predecessor did, for the same reasons? And better question, does that effect it being a worthy follow up?
Is it bad that even a show about crime this dark seems like sunshine and lollipops compared to reality?
I was hesitant to talk about this show again so quickly after the first time, but then I decided that I had a lot to say about occurrences that came up after my review.
Not necessarily anything substantial to say, but a lot.
And so again I review by request a critically acclaimed dark movie from last year. Sadly, I don’t quite agree with the consensus as far as this one is concerned.
Behold, one of the few things Nickelodeon might have going for it.