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Men at Work: The Complete First Season DVD Review

In the midst of sitcoms and broadcast comedy newcomers, there might be one new series that has a chance of—not particularly standing out—but winning over our hearts with its light but candid humor. The only enticement you’ll need to watch it, which is what sold me immediately, is that Breckin Meyer was involved in the … Continue reading

Preparing For Game of Thrones Season 3

I’m sure most of you, after the finale, bit your nails, threw the remote on the floor or just wanted to go straight into hibernation in order to wake up and start watching what happens next. Well, finally our long year-wait is over and season 3 of Game of Thrones is here in only a … Continue reading

What’s Wrong With Kids’ Movies Today

I remember a time when I wasn’t old enough to go to the store by myself and yet I was considered old enough to watch some movies that today’s parents might find questionable and scarring. And yes, those movies did scar me. We’re talking about kids movies that weren’t afraid at stating something, implementing its morale, by educating its … Continue reading

Identity Thief Review

Remember that really funny and outrageous comedy Horrible Bosses? If anybody did, then we all got excited thinking about goofy-looking comedy starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy also directed by the same Seth Gordon. Unfortunately, Identity Thief wasn’t the one we were thinking of. The whole story revolves around Bateman’s character, Sandy Bigelow Patterson who, … Continue reading

New Girl At Its Peak

Spoilers ahead- Yes, on prime-time TV, something magical happened; something we all wanted to happen since the start. I am of course, talking about the highly-talked and anticipated kiss between Nick (Jake Johnson) and Jess (Zooey Deschanel) on New Girl during episode 15 (Cooler). Arguably being one of the best kiss seen on a comedy … Continue reading

Where is Our Superman Game?

With a few months away from the new Superman movie, Man of Steel, the anticipation for long-time fans can only continue to build up and the ache of wanting to spend our time with anything Superman-related while waiting, one can’t help but wonder; why isn’t there a good Superman videogame out? I mean, come on! … Continue reading

Disney Nostalgia With Paperman

For the many of you who got a chance to see Wreck-It Ralph on the big screen were lucky enough to get acquainted with Disney’s new short Paperman, who played right before the feature presentation. Yesterday, Disney was kind enough to release the full short film on YouTube, since Wreck-It Ralph won’t get released until … Continue reading

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Review

The grand and magical world Peter Jackson once brought to us with his astonishing adaptation of The Lord of the Ring trilogy is now expanding it starting with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Many disputes went on the subject before its release due to its technical breakthroughs and its story being divided over three films.  … Continue reading

Breaking Bad: The Complete Season Four Blu-ray Review

AMC really has out-done themselves with the breath-taking and the most intense of the Breaking Bad season so far by pushing the boundaries of what politically correct situations we find on cable TV. From the beginning of season 4, we see game-changers moments and characters starting to become something very uncanny from when we first … Continue reading

The Avengers Review

There is no greater satisfaction than to see your favorite super heroes all reunite over the culminated efforts over the last few years. Joss Whedon was able to establish great groundwork from the previous Marvel installments and made it so that The Avengers was more than your shallow super hero flick, but a beautiful and … Continue reading

Top 5 Best Gaming Snacks

Video games are considered narratively as strong as movies nowadays. Of course a movie is passive and we feel a need to occupy ourselves with something else, such as snacking. Video games are an interactive form of entertainment, so you should feel less compelled to fill your food meter while playing. But having that strong … Continue reading

Yesterday’s Games

Remembering and looking back on what we used to play comes as easy as naming our favorite foods and describing it to our friends what’s the best way to cook it is. We were once immersed in those obsolete universes made out of 8 or 16 bits graphics and were top of the line stuff. … Continue reading

Book Review: Eleanor and Park, Back to Basics With a Love Story

Stories about first love, young love or anything that screams mushy enough to make your eyes roll is inevitable  Once in a while, this genre will have a book or two that will distinguish itself from all the other known mastheads that always try and capture something is could be different, something a bit rawer and … Continue reading

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