The man who directed Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge tackles and old American classic about the 1920's. People laughed, people cried, most people questioned the musical and casting choices.
So here's a review by Emily and Aerol, two people who greatly enjoyed the original novel and walked into this cinematic experience skeptical and half expecting another Harry Potter treatment to a great book... What did they think? You'll have to check bellow and see...
Demo Doomsday: Checking out the games I wouldn't normally throw money at with reckless abandon. But what is one to do when games like Maids With Balloons and Zombie Strippers Ate My Brains catches your eye... You play a demo of course. You dummy!
I've accumulated quite a list of indie and arcade game demos so if I'm gonna suffer through all of them, well, you're going to watch, and you're going to like it.
Two classy gents: Ian and Aerol, review an old Spielberg classic featuring dinosaurs, Jeff Goldblum, and kids who can't act worth a damn.
But why, you ask, would we review a decade old film now? Well because of 3D of course! Making the world more and more difficult for lovers of 90's classics. Well we sat our asses down and watched this bastard again for the sake of 3D. That would be pretty awesome right? Jurassic Park in 3D; the T-Rex all up in your face, Raptors jumping right at you, Samuel Jackson... That's pretty sweet right?
Spoilers: it isn't.
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We've all seen the film with Warren Beatty (and an alarming amount of supporting actors), maybe a few even read the comics and watched the cartoons. But nothing among the Dick Tracy namesake hits home harder than the old-school NES game.
Jim Henson and Disney team up to create a Lord of the Rings like fantasy journey involving Skeksis, Mystics, Gelflings, Chewbacca nuggets, Micheal Jackson, Yoda's Ex-Wife, and crack-baby Fraggles... Okay I might have gotten a little carried away there...