Archive for March, 2010


Max Payne

Wednesday, March 31, 2010 3 Comments

A lone cop’s family is killed, and he is framed for murder while tracking down the killers. Left with nothing, he continues to hunt them down, quickly finding that there is much more to the murders and framing than he thought. He has to dive deep into the underbelly of the city to find the […]

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Sherlock Holmes

Wednesday, March 31, 2010 1 Comment

As with Avatar and many other movies of this generation, Sherlock Holmes prides itself on being a spectacle. On that front, it delivers marvelously. The set pieces are gorgeous, the cinematography is very Guy Ritchie, and the acting was quite enjoyable. However, it lacked an original storyline. Moreover, the movie did not do a very […]

Marketers Are Calling The Shots

Wednesday, March 31, 2010 No Comments

Who’s really in charge of what the most important gameplay features are in today’s video games? Is it the development team, or the marketing team? Click the link to watch!


Tropic Thunder

Tuesday, March 30, 2010 No Comments

In a last-ditch effort to save his war film, a director sends his actors into a jungle, to be filmed by hidden cameras, with no more than a scene guide and blank-loaded weapons. What he doesn’t realize is that the actors are about to be in real danger, as they are thrust into a real […]

Vicky Crisitina Barcelona

Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Tuesday, March 30, 2010 No Comments

While Vicky Cristina Barcelona did contain some very pleasing components like Javier Bardem’s acting, an attractive female cast, the Barcelona backdrop and Spanish influenced musical pieces, what kept me from fully enjoying this film was the aggravating narration. I loathe narrators, for I prefer to be shown the story rather than told. The one and […]

Fantastic Mr. Fox

Fantastic Mr. Fox

Monday, March 29, 2010 2 Comments

It may be that I haven’t seen enough animated films in my life, but the animation in Fantastic Mr. Fox was unlike anything I have ever seen before, or at least that I can remember. The cast of critters was glowing with star power, the soundtrack was filled with delectable tunes and there was a […]


Rock Band Queen Pack 01

Monday, March 29, 2010 4 Comments

Features This DLC music pack is compatible with all regular versions of Rock Band. Some tracks are also playable in LEGO Rock Band. It features 10 tracks from Queen for $15.99 or 1280 Microsoft Points (album)/ $1.99 or 160 Microsoft Points or 200 Wii Points (each song). The tracks included in the pack are: Another […]

The stoning of soraya m.

The Stoning of Soraya M.

Friday, March 26, 2010 No Comments

Aside from Jim Caviezel’s poor French accent, The Stoning of Soraya M. was incredibly powerful and moving. As the title says, this movie is about the true story of the stoning of Soraya, who was falsely accused of cheating on her husband. I should warn you that if you don’t have a heart of stone, […]


Jimi Hendrix Goes Exclusive With Rock Band Next Week

Friday, March 26, 2010 No Comments

Next week’s Rock Band Music Store update will be exclusively Jimi Hendrix, in more ways than one. As of this announcement, Jimi Hendrix’s music is now exclusive to the Rock Band franchise. The update features Hendrix’s Axis: Bold As Love album, minus the “spoken word/sound sculpture” opening track EXP. According to Harmonix, that track is […]


Burnout 3: Takedown

Friday, March 26, 2010 No Comments

Well before it introduced the open world of Burnout Paradise, Criterion Games began growing the roots for what would be some the Burnout franchise’s staple features. It got the core arcade style racing and crashing elements down pat in its previous titles, and Burnout 3: Takedown was where it introduced the franchise’s Takedown system, which […]

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