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Super scribblenauts

Super Scribblenauts

Friday, October 22, 2010 No Comments

A very wise roommate of mine once said, “Scribblenauts is one of the most original, interesting puzzle games you’ve ever played – for 5 minutes.” It seems the same is true for the enterprising sequel, Super Scribblenauts, which allows the player to integrate up to 2 adjectives into their object-creating madness. The premise of the […]



Tuesday, September 28, 2010 No Comments

Late last night, I had the urge to watch an intelligent science fiction film. One that could present a reasonable satire of society without being too obvious or cryptic. I came upon Daybreakers at the suggestion of my roommates and, to my surprise, it wasn’t horrible. Yes, it’s a vampire movie, but the GOOD kind […]


Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Monday, August 16, 2010 2 Comments

As a huge fan of the original graphic novels, I had high expectations of the film version of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Needless to say, they were all met. In trimming down six full graphic novels into one film, director Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz) manages to include many of the trademarks that made the […]



Monday, July 26, 2010 8 Comments

Inception follows a group of dream infiltrators as they attempt to pull of their biggest job ever. Accustomed to extracting information from their victims’ minds, they’re charged with the task of planting an idea in the head of the heir to a massive corporate empire. The concept itself is so cranial that you could get […]

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010 4 Comments

The two questions I had after watching Moon were, why wasn’t it nominated for best picture and why wasn’t Sam Rockwell up for best actor? The story was original and thought provoking, and Sam Rockwell, one of the only actors in the movie, was amazing. Now, if you want generic theatrical appeal (explosions, teenage angst, […]