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For those not in the know, Zygon Reviews will be shutting down effective July 10th 2015. Fear not, however, as all posts present on Zygon Reviews (as well as all future posts) will be available at ponderbig.com. I implore those who enjoy reading my writings to check out things over there. The new site features a forum, along with the opportunity for those interested to add their own opinions and content. Both of these things would allow for the site to feel more like a community and less just myself rambling to the ether.
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For those interested, see you on the other side.
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.
Huzzah for consistency!
Ever since it was revealed, I’ve had a sort of morbid curiosity about it. Like most [adult swim] shows, it was an intriguing idea that I wanted to see pulled off. And like most [adult swim] shows, it was a decent distraction…and very little else.
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.
And here’s the first thing I wrote with Galaxy in the title.
Introducing what’s bound to become a common occurrence on the site: the adaptation comparison. In these posts, I’ll be performing a side-by-side analysis of two separate depictions of the same work (usually the most popular or most easily accessible). Because of this, the ‘Plot’ sections of these posts may be more spoiler-heavy than my average reviews.