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0 Replies and 3352 Views Batman: The Stone King review  3352  0 Started by  Outlanders &160; I have to admit that Batman wasn’t always a favorite of mine. I’ve never been partial to DC comics in general. &160; Of course there are people out there who will be offended with what I’m about to say, and there are, of course, people who will agree with me. &160; But, either way, I’m going to say it. That’s just the kind of guy I am. &160; Marvel is far better. It’s got a richer, more concise background, the universe that was created seems to mesh together far better than that...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
9/29/2008 11:03 PM
1 Replies and 2756 Views Starship Troopers 3 review  2756  1 Started by  Outlanders Ok, what I just don’t get is how is it possible for a movie, even if it is direct to DVD to be so bad &160; Surely it has to have a bigger budget than most television shows… And yet, it looks like it was made on a shoe string budget! &160; What I’m talking about here is Starship Troopers 3: Marauder. &160; I loved the first movie that came out in 97. I didn’t much care for the sequel which of course was direct to video. But then again, it was exactly what I expected. After all, it was ...
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by  captainbasilJump to last post
9/29/2008 8:35 AM
0 Replies and 2301 Views Outsourced Review  2301  0 Started by  Outlanders &160; I had no idea that war was so complicated. That shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who happens to be in the military, when you’re considering that this review is written by a civilian… one who’s closest encounter with the military has been that of watching war movies, playing the occasional military themed game, and of course the time I got to fire off various pieces of military hardware when I was living in the Philippines. &160; I always thought that it was pretty black and whit...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
9/28/2008 7:19 PM
0 Replies and 2371 Views Righteous Kill review  2371  0 Started by  Outlanders What would it take to make a good cop do wrong Would it be seeing too many criminals, who the cop knows is guilty walk on some technicality – failure at the only justice system we have &160; Could it be the fact that they’re surrounded day after day by temptation &160; Or how about just not caring any longer&160;After so many years of protecting and serving, maybe a good cop simply gets tired. &160; Now, before I continue, I’ll state my typical disclaimer. I will not reveal any spo...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
9/12/2008 12:05 AM
0 Replies and 2469 Views Lost Boys II The Tribe  2469  0 Started by  Ryan_Cawdor Has anyone watched lost boys 2 the tribe> or am i the only loser that has> Kinda spoiler at end ish if u can call it that. idk haven't ever done one of these before. &160; Well it was a ok movie Not as good as the first one in 1987. It starts out with Chris Emerson (Tad Hilgenbrink) and his sister Nicole (Autumn Reeser) as they arrive in a California beach town&160; Named Luna Bay to live with Aunt Jillian following the deaths of their parents. Ruling the beach are a group of local surfer...
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by  Ryan_CawdorJump to last post
9/11/2008 12:11 AM
1 Replies and 2402 Views Death Race review  2402  1 Started by  Outlanders Humanity is violent by nature. We fight for food, territory and mates. It, along with our ability to think and reason is what allowed us, considering how small and frail our bodies are, to become the dominant species on the planet. &160; Aggression can be a good thing, but it can easily become our downfall as well. It has served our species well since the dawn of time. &160; The problem is that even those who are mild mannered can have their blood stirred up, can become excited over violen...
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by  Cerberus ManJump to last post
8/23/2008 8:34 PM
0 Replies and 2394 Views Stargate Continuum review  2394  0 Started by  Outlanders It’s amazing what can end up coming from a simple movie. Back in 1994 a science fiction epic called Stargate hit the big screen. Written by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich, and directed by Roland Emmerich, this movie ended up becoming a huge franchise. &160; Novels based on the original movie, Stargate SG1, Stargate Atlantis, an animated series called Stargate Infinity, books based on both television series, a D20 modern Role Playing Game, an impending Massive Multiplayer online game, comics,...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
8/19/2008 10:34 PM
3 Replies and 2444 Views Tropic Thunder review  2444  3 Started by  Outlanders I personally have always wondered what certain actors are like for real. You know, the ones that you see all the time that are in and out of rehab, those who are constantly under the media spotlight and so forth. &160; Frankly, is it just an act Do they pull off these stunts so people simply won’t forget about them, or do they really have serious issues that they need to deal with Lets face it, what is it about fame that tends to bring out the worst in people Money doesn’t seem to fill a v...
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by  SkaramineJump to last post
8/15/2008 3:10 PM
0 Replies and 2201 Views Star Wars: The Clone Wars review  2201  0 Started by  Outlanders It’s funny how often you can be surprised. You go into something expecting one thing, and it turns out that it’s something else entirely, something you didn’t expect in the least. &160; That’s the case with Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated movie that I just saw with my son. I went into the movie fully expecting that it was going to be another dull offering with terrible acting and horrible lines – with a few really cool special effects mixed in just to keep the viewer interested. &160; T...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
8/9/2008 6:21 PM
1 Replies and 2048 Views Mummy 3 review  2048  1 Started by  Outlanders The past couple of years have brought us a great deal of sequels. Of course, 2008 has continued this trend, with very few new movies for us, the public to view. &160; Sad thing is, typically when you get sequels, they very rarely come close to the same quality as the original. Occasionally – let’s be honest, extremely rarely, will a sequel ever be better than the movie that spawned it. &160; And then we get the inevitable third movie, which more often than not closes the franchise. Sometim...
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by  Cerberus ManJump to last post
7/31/2008 11:55 AM
4 Replies and 2962 Views The Dark Knight review  2962  4 Started by  Outlanders Honour, courage, choice, sacrifice, conviction, loyalty… &160; All traits that we should live up to every day. It’s what makes an every day person a hero, makes a person stand out in a crowd. Traits that everyone should, no, has to live by. &160; These are all traits that are touched upon in The Dark Knight. &160; Without a doubt, the BEST movie I’ve seen in 2008. &160; Hands down, no doubt in my mind at all. &160; There wasn’t a single aspect of the movie that I didn’t enjoy. But...
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by  )3az )3aziahJump to last post
7/26/2008 7:33 PM
0 Replies and 2052 Views Proof Review  2052  0 Started by  Outlanders Monsters, Aliens, all things supernatural. &160; What is it with us that we’re so interested, if not downright obsessed with these topics Isn’t the world that we live in today interesting enough as it is &160; Well, I guess it can be pretty depressing, and everyone (well, pretty much everyone), likes to think that there is more to our world than meets the eye, that there really is something else ‘out there’ for us to discover. &160; One of North America’s longest running science ficti...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
7/14/2008 8:44 PM
0 Replies and 2018 Views Out of Control review  2018  0 Started by  Outlanders I have to admit that this is a first for me. &160; Typically when you see a movie in the theatre, it’s usually about three months after it’s finished its run that it finally hits DVD. &160; It wasn’t all that long ago that I saw the remake of Get Smart. In fact, I wrote a review about the movie and how much I enjoyed it. &160; I also mentioned in that review that there was a direct to DVD spin off coming out soon, one based on two of the minor characters in the movie, Bruce and Lloyd, a...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
7/13/2008 5:22 PM
0 Replies and 1915 Views The Good Guy review  1915  0 Started by  Outlanders As anyone who knows me, or even reads my reviews can attest, I’m not a huge fan of the Horror genre, even though it does share a lot in common with one of my previous favourite literature genres – the post apocalyptic setting. &160; Thus, because of this, I have only read one book by Dean Koontz until now. I recently picked up his novel The Good Guy after reading the back cover and the whole plot, even though it’s been done before, caught my interest. &160; Besides, as is the case, I’m alw...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
7/13/2008 4:55 PM
3 Replies and 2746 Views Hellboy 2: The Golden Army review  2746  3 Started by  Outlanders So, there we have another movie based on a comic for 2008. Hellboy 2: The Golden Army. &160; Based on the comic created by Mike Mignola, and first brought to the big screen back in 2004 to a modest $100 million world wide. &160; Figures like that were good enough to ensure that we would end up seeing a second movie based on the comic, and considering how good it was, hopefully a third or even more in the future. &160; Now, as is the case, I will not give away any spoilers other than wha...
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7/13/2008 4:29 PM
0 Replies and 2210 Views Judas Strain review  2210  0 Started by  Outlanders I believe I’ve covered this subject before, but I feel that it is appropriate when it comes to the latest James Rollins thriller. &160; There are people who believe that the world will not end with a bang – as in global war, but with a whimper – a plague unlike anything humanity has ever seen. A plague that will make the Black Plague which decimated Europe so many centuries ago look like the common cold. &160; That’s the premise for the novel. A disease of such potency that it could concei...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
7/6/2008 11:32 AM
0 Replies and 1993 Views Get Smart review  1993  0 Started by  Outlanders Remaking or ‘re-imaging’ is a true hit or miss prospect. For years Hollywood and television has been taking classic shows and either bringing them to the big screen with varying success or back to the little screen, with again, varying degrees of success. &160; Take The Beverly HillBillies or Brady Bunch. Both didn’t do too bad in at the theatre, and one even got a sequel that was released to the theatres. &160; Now, take Television… Battlestar Galactica was re-imagined. Fans of the classi...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
7/3/2008 7:56 PM
0 Replies and 2090 Views Hancock Review  2090  0 Started by  Outlanders Once again we’ve been graced with a Super Hero movie on the big screen. This summer we’ve had quite a number of movies based on Comics, or Super Heroes… The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Wanted, Hellboy 2, The Dark Knight, and of course now we have Hancock. &160; That’s six super hero movies this year, seven if you want to include the god awful Spoof that came out several months ago, the Superhero movie… &160; I digress. &160; The thing about Hancock is it’s not based on a comic! Well, at ...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
7/2/2008 8:32 PM
0 Replies and 2023 Views Wanted Review  2023  0 Started by  Outlanders An ancient fraternity of Assassins… An unfulfilled Destiny… Hunted for reasons beyond comprehension. &160; Pretty clich&233;, wouldn’t you say&160;That’s what I thought when I saw the first trailers for the new movie Wanted. &160; Then I had a chance to see it. &160; Lets get straight to the heart of the matter. The opening was like an alternate version of the Matrix. The ending was pretty much right out of Equilibrium. &160; Stuff we’ve all seen before.&160;Plots that have been ...
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by  OutlandersJump to last post
6/26/2008 10:42 PM
0 Replies and 2273 Views Ascendancy of the Last review  2273  0 Started by  Outlanders Change can be good and bad. When it’s done properly, it’s a wonderful thing. When it’s handled incorrectly, it can totally ruin something, be it a television show, a book series, a game series, what have you. &160; Lisa Smedman, one of the more prolific authors for Wizards of the Coast has been given the task of brining about profound change to the Drow of the Forgotten Realms RPG and novel setting. &160; It’s a daunting task, there is no doubt about it, and her work will be met with both ...
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6/16/2008 8:53 PM
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