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MLP: Equestria Girls + MOVIE REVIEW +Yesterday, I and a couple of my friends, as well as my kid brother with whom I spend nearly enough time with, hauled ourselves over to a faraway city to watch a movie unlike any other ever released before in a theatre none of us even knew existed until about a month ago: Equestria Girls at the Digiplex!
Since its announcement, I had decided to follow closely the news, updates, hype, and chatter floating around about the thing and it is a horror story. This spurred me to promise the general public I’d give the movie a review once I realized that this film needs a pair of critical eyes for the skeptic guys (and gals).
First of all, just
Rehamonized Reread Part 3Greetings all who read this; I'd tell you to get ready to be moved, but you've already read the chapter. Now that you've collected yourself, let's dig into this treat.
Rarity opens with cordial greetings letting us know that in the weeks since Discord caused so much upheaval everyone, including herself, has gotten to the point where they can at least act as though things are back to normal. She now only has diamonds cause her regular problems and merely has nightmares every other night involving a handsome prince coming to woo her only to reveal himself as Tom. Pinkie tries helping with levity and Fluttershy offers to listen, but Rarity d
Man of Steel Movie Review*Minor Spoilers within*
The return of Superman to the big screen in Man of Steel was something I was really looking toward. I can say that I wasn't disappointed but there were some slight disappointments within the film though.
Let me start off by saying that the epic feel that a Superman movie should have was there. Whether it was on the alien world of Krypton or flying around the world with Superman, it was awe inspiring. But was Superman awe inspiring? Sort of and no all at the same time. Henry Cavill did a very nice job with the role and was a force to reckon with. But the human side of him I missed in this film. He didn't have that inno
Stephonika's Movie Review: MAN OF STEELStephonika's Movie Review: "MAN OF STEEL" - (PRE-SCREENING)
Rated: PG-13, for intense action and fantasy violence throughout
Never in my career would I have thought that I would find a movie worthy of a five-star rating, and never did I think the first film to garner that honour would be a Superman film because I've never bought much into this hero. In many films Kal-El has been too superhuman-ed and too impervious to allow for the average person to buy into his plight. His challenges have always been high above what any of us could do, but this film approaches the character in a way that humanizes him. He i
Horror Movie Lessons1. Never go to a creepy attic when you hear a noise coming from it
2. Don't go outside at night by yourself
3. Don't go for midnight walks on a foggy night
4. When you say, "Hello, whose there?" doesn't mean whoever is there will reply
5. Don't visit radioactive places
6. Don't pick up people who are just walking in the middle of the road at night
7. If you see something strange, don't go investigating
8. If the lights don't work, don't go outside at night to fix it
9. Don't go camping by yourself
10. Never split up. Someone always dies as soon as you all split up
11. Never let anyone strange in that wants to come in
12. Never go into the woo
Divide and Conquer: Analysis
I’m back again, with another episode. And this one is pretty great! Just…different.
It’s fairly well-known that Divide and Conquer is the original pilot episode that ended up being aired third instead, and it really shows. This clearly is meant to introduce the characters and tone of the show to the target audience. Plus, all of the clips in the theme song are from this episode, as far as I can see. I often wonder what got mixed up in the studio to make this one come out later when it’s the perfect first episode. I also wonder what would have happened to the show if it had actually started with this one and not Final
OTD: Nightmare on Elm Street
Outta the DVD!
Written by Tohokari-Steel
Edited by Airnaruto45
(Show me the side streets in your life
Train yards like bone yards, sharpened knives
Sidewalks are unassuming fields
Concrete and cracks won’t cut you deals
Won’t cut you deals
Won’t cut you
Lost teeth like white jewels of some kind
Petty theft for penny crimes
For penny crimes
For penny crimes
And we yell
ahh ahhh ahh ahh like a good ol’ fashion nightmare
ahh ahh ahh ahhh ahhh ahhh ahhh ahh
ahh ahhh ahh ahh like a good ol’ fashion nightmare
ahh ahh ahh ahhh ahhh ahhh ahhh ahh)
Steel groaned as he walked out of bed and splashed some water onto his
BTC - Elephant"Yeah, you did, and I should shoot you right now for it, you know I should. But I think I just might let you live, maybe, because I want you to know this... and the next kids that come up to you with their problems... that they're being picked on, you should listen to them... no matter what twisted sh*t they say."
- Eric Deulen "Elephant"
Released in 2003 under the direction of Gus Van Sant and distributed by Fine Line Features on a budget of $3 million; "Elephant" is the second film of Gus Van Sant's Death Trilogy. This Death Trilogy is a trio of films made by Gus Van Sant between 2002 - 2005, all of which loosely based on the deaths o
How To Become A Sociopath: A Beginner's GuideHow to become a sociopath:
First, let us understand the definition of a sociopath. Sociopathy is often defined as being asocial or antisocial as well as lacking a sense of moral responsibility or consciousness of social norms. It would be a first clue that it is quite unnatural to want to become a sociopath in the first place, but if you’re still reading this with a great deal of interest that goes beyond entertainment, then that clue is unnecessary to you under the circumstances.
To become a sociopath, you must learn not to care even in the slightest about how strange you might begin to act. If you choose to turn over instantaneously, this could become worrisome to those close to you, and showing a vastly diminished sense of moral responsibility would become quite difficult and troublesome in many areas. This transition is best done gradually. Make sure others understand that these new tendencies are to become your personal
Darke Reviews - Man of Steel Darke Reviews - Man of Steel
As a warning this may be one of my longest reviews to date, but I also believe this movie is one of the few that deserves to be talked about and thought about. There are bones of contention scattered through the film by many fans and some critics and I want to lay them to rest from my point of view. So I am going to break tradition for me and give the TL;DR upfront.
SEE MAN OF STEEL. At the moment this is the absolute must see film of the summer. Pacific Rim and Lone Ranger haven't come out so this is the movie to beat right now in every respect.
Why? That's what you may be looking for in my review.
Beginning, Middle, or End?“The most important part of a story is the beginning.
Why? Because it needs to capture the reader’s attention. If the beginning is terrible, than they won’t read any further, and all the time you spent developing the plot and working out the ending will be wasted. If you don’t have a good beginning, they’ll never make it there. You need to draw them in, get them hooked, make them want to stay and figure out what’s going on. Especially on a site like DeviantART where if someone doesn’t like the first few sentences that they can see, they won’t click on it or read it at all.”
The DeviantArt Comment CodeThe DeviantArt Comment Code
The Comment Code is a technique used by experienced users who know what they're doing.
CHAPTER 1: NOTHING TO SAY
When you're in the middle of a conversation and you don't know how to respond we've collected every comment related to it.
Don't feel bad for using them, they're used all the time.
(More will be added)
CHAPTER 2: SLASHING AND BOLDING (Not Ready)
To slash a comment you need to put on the comment you want to slash. To make it so it doesn't slash the entire comment you need to enclose it with the symbol.
Bolding is the same code as slash excep
35. JashinistExperience - Experiment ResultsIt's been a long time, DA community. There is only a week left of my school year before exams and then it's off to university in August.
I've received some messages on my JE account on the Jashinist Temple from others who would like to assist me in raising awareness towards Jashinism. I would like everyone to know I appreciate the support because it continues driving me. I would like to get as many people involved as possible. I will keep all those who express their want for involvement in mind for the future.
It also occurred to me the other day that I never released the results of my experiment where I sacrificed for one week and then onl
More DmC: Devil May Cry Reviews"From the absolutely convoluted, asinine, and downright insulting plotline to the poor writing, voicework, and general pacing of the game itself, DmC falls flat on its face at almost every turn."
"It's not even as creative and innovative as Devil May Cry 2, and that one was fair at best."
"On paper, DmC: Devil May Cry might look like a good reimagining with its surreal art style, fantasy environments, seemingly intriguing premise, and its seemingly flexible combat, but in reality -- it's a demonic heart attack."
"Nothing but dumbed-down gameplay and edgy cutscenes wrapped in a game tailored to foul-mouthed 13-year olds."
"Good if you're a
BTC - Down By LawDown By Law review
Released in 1986 under the direction of Jim Jarmusch and originally distributed by Island Pictures on a budget of $1,100,000; "Down By Law" is an independent prison escape film that, typical of Jim Jarmusch films, takes a familiar genre but uses a different approach to the material to focus solely on the character. Long time readers of my reviews will remember a review I wrote in January 2011 for the Johnny Depp film "Dead Man" as I described it as being interesting to watch and praised them but rather long and tiresome for the mindset of someone who hadn't began the intense film immersion course. Well, it's been a long ti
* A story by Beau Cyphre *
"Damn tourists! Didn't anybody tell you it's dangerous to leave the highway?"
"Well, it's a road, isn't it?"
I couldn't believe it, and if it were not for the fact that this guy seemed to be the sheriff of this county, I would have answered his question much more rude.
Three of our car's tires were just flat, only one had a little pressure left, and our Ford looked more like a dead animal than a vehicle made to comfort us on our way down to Vancouver. Here we were stuck somewhere offroad Route 99.
We had passed Kamloops, Cash Creek and an hour ago an adventurous, strange little town called Lillooet,
In Oz: Get The Balance RightIn Oz: Get The Balance Right
* An escalation by Beau Cyphre *
I think this one is close to the perfect pin up shot, and it's more than just erotic: It's magical. Somehow you're out of character here, you could be also a totally different girl than "Sandy", and maybe you're even more like a cat in this moment. As seductive you are I wouldn't dare to come too close, 'cause there's something wrong with the black cat, and I could be dead tonight if I don't keep my distance. So I have to get the balance right, and at least I'm allowed to watch. I hold my breath and I enjoy. Pleasure is all mine.
357 (Adventures)357 (Adventures)
Less time for deviantART, but so much more time for writing in the last days. I'm writing on a hot story with Nina Henze these days, but 'till now we're not sure if this explicit one will be published or remains a private joy, and I can't stop exploring the depths of my mind with J. who became a princess in a land of really wild creatures, a jungle so close to our world that it just takes one breath to open the door and walk right through it. So many adventures to come, stay tuned!
In Oz: DiveIn Oz: Dive
* Eine Eskalation von BeautifulExperience *
Dive I (Sep 15, 2007, 10:23:05 PM):
Das hier macht mich atemlos. Ich kann nur staunen, und mir kommen die verrücktesten Gedanken: Was wäre, wenn ich fliegen, wenn ich die Sonne atmen könnte? Was wäre, wenn ich sie am hellichten Tage ununterbrochen ansehen könnte, ohne zu erblinden? Könnte ich noch irgendetwas anderes tun, als sie zu bewundern?
Dive II (Sep 6, 2008, 7:40:39 PM):
Ich fange an zu tauchen, dort, wo das Wasser am tiefsten und der Abgrund beinahe bodenlos ist unter mir. Doch ich bin noch nahe der Oberfläche, und ich kann Ra sehen, wie du
Goodnight Enigmatic SongShe was the song you hear and, at first blush, don't like.
Well, you don't know how you feel about it so you keep listening in an attempt to discover how exactly you feel and then you reach the end of the song and you realize, you don't like it; you love it.
That was Grace.
She was my coworker and she was my friend.
We carpooled together, I drove and she slept most of the way.
"Don't get much sleep at night, do you?" I asked her, catching those drooping lids mid-descent.
She looked out the window streaked with rain; it spoke in percussive touches filling the car with quiet overcast conversation.
I felt the warmth of her smile in the corner of my eye. The blur of her hand reached at the window to feel the cold of the droplets.
"When I was a girl, I used to race these. I thought it was funny the fat ones always won," she giggled and I imagined her as a little girl in the passenger seat then, legs too short to reach so kicking, and hair messed in the bac
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