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0 Replies and 2076 Views Tin Man Review  2076  0 Started by  Outlanders One thing that I missed from the 90’s was the mini series. Back then they had some great ones, such as Stephen King’s the Stand and Golden Years, It, just to name a few. I know there were others, but the titles of these evade me at the moment. &160; So, I was very pleased to see that over the past couple of years there have been several new mini series that have popped up, and quite a few of them have been from the Sci Fi Channel. &160; And, thanks to DVD’s, I’ve been able to purchase thes...
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6/15/2008 5:57 PM
0 Replies and 2227 Views Medusa Stone review  2227  0 Started by  Outlanders I’ve always wondered how much of themselves the author happens to put into a particular character &160; Is their favourite character nothing more than a literary extension of themselves, a fantasy that allows them to live out dreams and wishes that would be all but impossible in real life &160; I know in my case, even though the character I wrote wasn’t created by me, I was able to put into words feelings I had towards my father, using a character created by a friend of mine, in the nove...
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6/15/2008 5:25 PM
2 Replies and 3065 Views The Incredible Hulk Review  3065  2 Started by  Outlanders It is rare to find a sequel that is as good as the original. &160; It is even more rare to find one that was BETTER than the original. Very rare indeed. I can only think of one movie that I found better, and that was Terminator 2. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the first Terminator movie… &160; Anyhow, I recently had a chance to catch the premier for The Incredible Hulk, starring Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, and William Hurt. &160; I won’t deny that I went in with serious reservatio...
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6/12/2008 4:52 PM
0 Replies and 2316 Views The Footprints of God review  2316  0 Started by  Outlanders Since the earliest years of Science Fiction, Artificial Intelligence has been heavily speculated upon. &160; Robots are of course one of the natural progressions for this, and the same goes with computers. After all, you can’t really have a robot without a computer; it’s kind of like having a human without a brain. &160; They just have to go together. In the case of humans, we can’t survive without our brain, and visa versa, however, with robots, the computer can exist outside the robot… e...
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6/6/2008 11:42 PM
0 Replies and 2113 Views Kung Fu Panda review  2113  0 Started by  Outlanders It’s amazing how often you can see the same tired old plot in a movie. &160; What’s even more amazing is that no matter how many times you’ve seen this tried, true and overused plot seed that occasionally it can turn out to be very entertaining. &160; And that’s what Kung Fu Panda is. &160; It’s a plot that I’ve seen in literally dozens of movies over the decades – especially when it comes to martial arts movies. &160; Even recently it was used in a movie that I saw and enjoyed – For...
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6/1/2008 4:27 PM
2 Replies and 2243 Views Diary of the Dead DVD review  2243  2 Started by  Outlanders Diary of the Dead is the fifth instalment of George A. Romero’s zombie legacy. &160; We all know how it started, way back in the late 60’s with his – at the time – extremely controversial movie, Night of the Living Dead. &160; From that horror classic, his legend grew. Some people think that with each instalment, his movies got worse, some feel the opposite. &160; Me, I’m simply a fan. &160; I’ve never been a huge fan of horror, with only a couple of notable exceptions. I’m even less...
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5/22/2008 1:07 AM
0 Replies and 2162 Views Indiana Jones 4 review  2162  0 Started by  Outlanders Every generation has it’s heroes. Each generation has had people, both real and fictional, to look up to and to emulate. &160; Some of these heroes have even managed to cross generations and have been around for many, many years.&160;Superman comes to mind in that case. He’s one of the most recognizable names in the world today. &160; Growing up, some of my personal heroes will not be a surprise to anyone reading this. Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Batman, Spider-man, Superman. &160; India...
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5/22/2008 12:12 AM
0 Replies and 2147 Views Next: the novel Review  2147  0 Started by  Outlanders Just how far corporations, institutes or even individuals should be allowed to go when it comes to holding patents &160; Where should the line be drawn when it comes to patents, copy writes, intellectual property &160; What if these patents and the like involve the very building blocks of all life as we know it, the very genome &160; While we’re at it, how far should various companies, corporations and even research institutes be allowed to go when it comes to mixing genomes. &160;...
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5/17/2008 9:51 PM
0 Replies and 2092 Views Deep Storm review  2092  0 Started by  Outlanders Don’t you just love misdirection &160; Sometimes it can be fun. Take movies, novels, television, you name it. When something seems to be one thing, and turns out to be something entirely different and totally unexpected, it can be a wonderful thing! &160; On the flip side, it can be very annoying as well, and can possibly ruin it for you. &160; But that’s not the case with Deep Storm by Lincoln Child. &160; As is usually the case with the reviews I write, I will not give away anythi...
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5/17/2008 6:16 PM
1 Replies and 1997 Views Iron Man review  1997  1 Started by  Outlanders Who’d have thought – here we have an actor taking the role of a comic book hero who’s flawed. &160; Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man has a problem with substance abuse (drinking), and tended to be a womanizer, unable to see what he had before him.&160;Well, that and he is supposed to be brilliant. &160; Now, we have Robert Downey Jr. – notorious for having issues with substance abuse, being a womanizer, but, despite this, also being considered an exceptional actor. &160; Do you reall...
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5/16/2008 6:54 PM
0 Replies and 2091 Views Prince Caspian Review  2091  0 Started by  Outlanders Lets not kid around here, we’re never going to see another trilogy like Lord of the Rings. Yes, people will argue the fact that there are better trilogies out there, many think that Star Wars is better, but it’s all just a matter of opinion. &160; Thus, despite what Disney’s trying to do, Narnia will never be Lord of the Rings, even though it does share many of the fantasy elements. &160; There, now that I got that out of the way… &160; Prince Caspian is the second movie adaptation of t...
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5/13/2008 9:55 PM
0 Replies and 1863 Views Charon's Landing Review  1863  0 Started by  Outlanders I’ll say this about books – they do have a certain appeal that is more far reaching than movies or television. &160; With a novel, you can tell a very long story – something that would take an actual mini-series or full blown series for television, and for the most part, certainly wouldn’t cut it on the big screen. You just wouldn’t be able to tell the entire story in the typical two to three hours time you have for a major motion picture. &160; And, to top it off, the reader is able to pi...
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5/11/2008 9:47 PM
0 Replies and 2045 Views Dun dun DUNH DUNH DUNH! (Iron Man review)  2045  0 Started by  Skaramine The first comic book I ever read as a kid was Marvel Team Up: Spider Man and Iron Man (it was the trial of the Wraith).&160; &160; Ever since then, my two most beloved Marvel heroes were Peter Parker and Tony Stark's alter egos.&160; &160; Granted, it wasn't always pure love for Tony.&160; I was furious at the character for stealing James Rhodes' rightful inheritance of the armor when Stark had given it up to battle his alcoholism.&160; And I'm fairly certain that the creep who decided...
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5/9/2008 7:05 PM
1 Replies and 2422 Views Forbidden Kingdom review  2422  1 Started by  Outlanders I’ve been a fan of Jackie Chan since the very early 90’s. I was first introduced to his movies while I lived in the Philippines. Before that, I never had really heard of him before, even though I had seen two movies he had been in. Cannonball Run and the Protector. &160; When I finally did see some of his Hong Kong action flicks, I was hooked. Even to this day, despite some less than stellar films he’s done, I’m still a fan of his. &160; It was also at that time in my life that I discovere...
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5/8/2008 11:30 AM
0 Replies and 1837 Views The Boys Volume 2 review  1837  0 Started by  Outlanders When I was a child, I loved to read comics. In fact, they were some of my earliest memories, looking at all the four coloured pictures of Spider-man, the Hulk, Batman, and the Fantastic Four. &160; The thing I remember the best was, of course, the art. The artists were what made comics for me many years ago. Writers, well – when you consider that I couldn’t read at the tender age of 4 or 5, they didn’t mean all that much to me. &160; Of course, as I grew and learned to read, the writers be...
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5/1/2008 8:50 PM
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