Category Archives: News

A General Thing About ‘Nintendo’s Digital Event’ at E3

 

The Electronic Entertainment Expo has come, and once again I find myself unable to attend.  Since I’m not exactly a hardcore gamer (a fact evidenced by my utter lack of posts on anything game related until this point), this isn’t too big of a bummer.  And yet, as one of the five people on planet Earth who owns a Wii U, Nintendo’s newest look at their upcoming games for the system was quite enticing.  And so  here I go, attempting to lay out my thoughts on what’s new, and by extension why I think Nintendo is winning the current stretch of the console race from a quality standpoint.

Because I can.

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A General Thing About The Oscars

Oscar

 

The Oscars have come and gone, and while I must admit a large part of me was looking forward to ribbing the whole affair as the joke that many people have come to see it as, I must admit I can’t complain too much about what just went down.

I’d intended to make a “Top 5 Oscar Mistakes” or something, but most, if not all, of the winners were the ones I predicted if not the ones I agreed with.  So I can’t really make a negative list without getting into incredibly petty stuff, like actors flubbing their lines like human beings.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Trailer Analysis

This is the second thing in a row that I’ve written about with Galaxy in the Title.  Go figure. Read the rest of this entry

The Year the Actors Died

This might not be very cheery… Read the rest of this entry

Jesse Eisenberg is Lex Luthor?

 

They're practically Identical, right?

They’re practically Identical, right?

In what seems to be becoming a trend, yet another controversial casting choice has been made for the ticking time bomb that is the, as-of-yet-untitled, Batman/Superman film.  This time around it’s Jesse Eisenberg, cast as everyone’s favorite megalomaniac businessman Lex Luthor.  Alongside him is Jeremy Irons as the Alfred to Ben Affleck’s Batman.

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