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Avengers 3 review + Incredibles 2 apology
So, two things here. An apology, and a very belated review.
First of all...I want to apologize for badmouthing "Incredibles 2".
The truth is...there's nothing wrong with the movie per se. It's well written, it has good action and great character development.
Why my original negative review?
Because the movie is badly dubbed.
The Latin American dubbing is horrendous. While some voices are passable, others don't even sound remotely how the characters are supposed to sound.
The worst of the lot is Dash. I don't know why they gave him such an annoying, grating voice, but it doesn'ty fir the character at all.
It makes me wonder why they didn't bring back the Argentinian voices from the dub of the first movie.
But the thing is...non-Latinos probably don't understand how much an issue this is for me. It's hard to explain to people from the U.S.A. (or England or Australia or any other English-speaking country) why "the movie is badly dubbed" is the key reason for me disliking a movie or not.
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The Channel Awesome Controversy
First of all, currently there is no concrete evidence that Doug Walker left Channel Awesome (however, if any sort of verifiable source backs this up, I will delete this opening sentence).
With that being said, I do have several things to say about the issue.
First of all, this is not a new thing. It's only perceieved as such because of how things escalated after Not So Awesome, but the issues have been present since "To Boldly Flee". Keep in mind that Spoony, the one that was at that moment the more outspoken about how Mike Michaud screwed him, never added his experiences to Not So Awesome.
Second...Channel Awesome these past years only existed for show. Ever since blip went down, every single major contributor went back to youtube, making the Channel Awesome site (and, as a result, Channel Awesome as a corporation) pointless. Keep in mind that the greater talent (Nostalgia Chick, Marzgurl, Phelous, Lupa, Spoony) had long since left the site when the Controversy erupted.
I'm wondering
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Marvel TV and movies crossover setbacks
So, with "Avengers: Infinity War" on the horizon, the question on wether the characters from the TV shows will ever make it to the movies is more prevalent than ever. "Infinity War" is this huge crossover between pretty much all of the current superheroes, so it's natural that people want the Defenders, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or the Runaways fighting Thanos.
Except...
...it's just not gonna happen.
First of all, there is still bad blood between the TV and movie sides of the MCU. Kevin Feige only controls the movie side of things. The TV side of things is controlled by Ike Perlmutter, a rather controversial figure that constantly butts heads with everyone else at Marvel Studios.
Second, when asking if the Netflix characters will be in it, you have to keep in mind that the Netflix shows are aimed at an adult audience, while the movies are always aimed with a family audience in mind. Characters like Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage are too mature for the PG-13 movies. Or do you
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My Top 10 Best and Worst Movies of 2017
WORST
10- SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING
This one is the lowest in the list because there was actually effort involved, at least with some levewl. That being said...this movie is WAY too jokey for my taste. I think the Sam Raimi and Marc Webb movies hit the perfect balance of comedy and drama, while this one was so much comedy it felt more like a parody than a legimitimate Spider-Man movie.
9-TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT
This one is lower on the list because...come on. At this point, we all know what to expect. Michael Bay is gonna be his racist, sexist self, there's gonna be explosions, shitty humor, and tons of product placement. Really, did anyone walk into this one expecting a good movie?
8-THE MUMMY
I've said enough about this movie in the past, but it bears repeating...this was the wrong way to do a Mummy movie. It couldn't decide if it wanted to be scary like the 1931 and 1959 versions, or campy like the 1999 version, so it went for a halfway approach. It was
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Rise of the TMNT: my take on it
One of the most popular articles in my gallery is "Top 10 Things the Nickelodeon TMNT Show Did Right".
And my review of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows" is also pretty popular.
And really, it's clear by now that I'm a huge Ninja Turtles fan.
So, seeing as I don't have time in my schedule to make another "list"-type article, I can at least take time out to talk about "Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"
First of all, no, it's not gonna be "Ninja Turtles Go". I don't think any reboot will ever sink to the crass depravity that "Teen Titans Go" sunk into, and I hate this knee-jerk assumption that any Lighter and Softer reboot of a cartoon show is gonna instantly become "Teen Titans Go".
I can see why Nickelodeon is going in this direction. The last few seasons of the current Nickelodeon show were pretty brutal, showing very disturbing and un-kid-friendly imagery and plot points. This is damage control.
And yeah, I know that the original Mirage comics were pretty dar
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5 Movie Series that Desperately Need a Reboot
5-HIGHLANDER
The Highlander contunity is frankly, a goddammn mess. No one can agree on what is canon or what isn't, on which future timeline is the correct one, or even what the immortals are (we have at least four different explanations for the immortal, and each one contradicts the other).
A reboot would allow the franchise to have a clean start, give the immortals a definitive origin and backstory, and bring back some of the epic tone that was lost around the time of "Enddgame"
4-RESIDENT EVIL
Yeah, yeah, I know, "The Final Chapter".
"Saw", "Friday the 13th", "Final Destination", "Shrek"...when a movie series proclaims that it's "the final chapter", they always go ahead and make more movies anyway. Hell, "Feiday the 13th" went through TWO so-called "final chapters" before it actually ended.
We need an actual end to this movie series, and a fresh startr with a reboot movie.
No Alice. More characters from the videogames. Bring back the horror element. And make it centere
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My top 10 Best and Worst Movies of 2016
WORST
10-THE HUNTSMAN: WINTER'S WAR
I'm sorry, but this movie is just made of fail.
If it wants to be a faithful adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's "The Snow Queen", it makes way too many changes.
As a sequel to "Snow White and the Huntsman", it lacks the epic tone and engaging characters of the first one.
As a fantasy movie in and of itself, it's flat, boring and half-assed. Even Ravenna, the best thing about the first movie, is not interesting.
8-BATMAN VS SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
When I first reviewed this movie, I said that at least the Batman half of this movie is good.
Now, I take it back.
It isn't.
It really, really isn't.
So, we either follow a murderous Batman that has none of the strong moral code of the original comic Batman, or a Superman that doesn't make any sense and is surrounded by people who don't act or talk like normal people.
So yeah...this one's a turd all around.
7-WARCRAFT
Just...what the fuck?
What the fuck did I watch?
Nothing
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Top 10 Friendships in Movies and TV Shows
10-E.T. AND ELLIOTT
Of course, all these "litle kid befriends a supernatural creature" movie owe it to this movie. This movie was the best of its kids, showing how, through their friendship, Elliot's life becomes more stable and peaceful, and E.T. learns a lot more about Earth and the human race.
It's also great because, even though E.T. needs to go back to his home planet, he knows he'll always remember and treasure his friendship with Elliot. Which is why the ending of the first "Equestria Girls" movie rubbed me the wrong way, Sunset Shimmer choosing to stay on Earth rather than go back to Equestria, where she belongs.
9-FRODO BAGGINS AND SAM GAMGEE
This is one of the sweetest and most tender friendships ever put on film. Sam isn't a great warrior, or a powerful wizard, or a magical elf. But throigh his kind words, his wise advice, and his determination to protect Frodo from all harm, Frodo manages to make it through the entire trip to Mount Doom.
Yeah, he did try to us
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Top 10 Most Badass Alien Invaders
10-THE MARTIANS FROM "WAR OF THE WORLDS"
I can't make a list like this and not give props to the original badass alien invaders.
H.G. Wells' book started the aliuen invasion genre as we know it. Every single alien invader on this list, in one way or another, owe their existence to Wells' Martians.
These are aliens so powerful that no amount of firepower could stop them. The only thing that could stop them was the flu. if it wasn't for their lack of immunization, they would have conquered Earth easily.
And of course, the movies based on the book do a great job depicting that.
In fact, in the "War of the Worlds" TV show, the Martians were immunized, so humanity had to fight a grueling battle to wrest control of the planet away from the Martians.
9-MUREAS, FROM BROKU5000'S DRAWINGS
Of course, broku is most well known for his heroine, Xegito.
But what many people don't know (mostly because her pic is no longer in his gallery) is that he also created a villain.
And that villai
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Top 10 Things Nickelodeon's TMNT Did Right
10-IT ADAPTS MORE THAN JUST THE MIRAGE COMICS AND THE 1987 SHOW
It would be exceedingly easy for this show to just use stuff from the Mirage Comics and the 1987 show.
Instead, they breing back things from other parts of the franchise. The 90s movies, the 2003 show, the Archie comics. They take obscure stuff that only die-hard fans of the franchise would know, like Lobsterface or Snappy Warhol, and they adapt it.
9-IT MANAGES TO BE ITS OWN UNIQUE THING
One thing that I liked about "Turtles Forever" is the concept of the Ninja Turtles Multiverse: that every new incarnation of Ninja Turtles is its own separate universe.
I like that thois show respect that. Again, it would be exceedingly easy to just do a carbon copy of the 1987 show,and many of these "reboot" shows fall for that trap. But this show, while adapating elements from all across the Ninja Turtles franchise, is doing its own thing, and it can be enjoyed as its own unique thing.
8-APRIL AS A FIGHTER
One issue
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Top 10 Sequels That Stray Far From the Original
10-PROMETHEUS
So, at the end, a Xenomorph burst out of the engineer, which shows up the origin of the Xenomorphs...and that's it.
Other than that scene and the fact that the evil bussiness dude's last name is "Weyland" (as in, the Weyland-Yutani Corporation), this movie really has nothing to do with the previous "Alien" movies.
Which is dad, cause the original script was a legitimate prequel to the "Alien" movies.
9-THE MANGLER 2
The original was about an evil boiler room.
This one is about an evil computer program.
So...pretty much nothing to do with the original movie apart from the name.
8-OPEN WATER 2: ADRIFT
The only thing that this movie has in common with the original is the "morons getting lost at sea".
And that's it. No returning characters, no sharks, not even the same filming techniques.
7-THE URBAN LEGENDS SEQUELS
The only thing "Urban Legends 2" and "Urban Legends 3" have in common with the original is the whole "killer recreates urban legends"
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My Top 10 Best and Worst Movies of 2015
WORST
10-TOMMORROWLAND
OK, two things about this one:
originally, this spot was meant for "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation". However, that's a movie I walked out of, so now I've been informed that the reason for me not liking that movie is because of what I THOUGHT was a plot point that ruined the movie. It wasn't. So, here's a movie I didn't walk out of.
Second, yes, when I first reviewed this movie, I gave it a positive review., My mind changed since then.
So, why is this one of the worst movies? Because of how preachy and holier-than-thou it was. That spiel about how apocalyptic fiction is runing humanity, and that we should all be dreamers and free-spirited in order to build a better future...it was so sanctimonious that I swear it could have been written by Kirk Cameron.
I'm sorry, but I LIKE post-apocalyptic fiction. I like the first three "Mad Max" movies (haven't seen the fourth one, in case you are wondeing why that one isn't on the "best" list). I like "The Hun
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Top 10 Misunderstandings About Source Material
10-SEVERAL FRANCHISES ARE ACTUALLY HASBRO TOYLINES
Hasbro has far more influence in popular culture that people give it credit for.
One such example is Transformers. The source material is NOT the 80s cartoon show, the source material is the Hasbro toyline.
G.I. Joe? The source material isn't the 80s cartoon show, it's the toyline.
Rom? He isn't a Marvel character, he's a Hasbro toy character that was adapted into a Marvel comic.
Same thing with Zoids, Jem, M.A.S.K., C.O.P.S., Inhumanoids, Go-Bots and Action Man, all of them are Hasbro toylines.
Even "Friendship is Magic" is an adaptation of a Hasbro toyline.
9-ZORRO IS FROM A BOOK
Most people only know Zorro as a character from movies and TV Show.
But Zorro's source materia
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My top 10 Best and Worst Movies of 2014
WORST
10-THE GAMES MAKER
This gets the number 10 spot because it's not actually bad, it's just really, REALLY confusing.
The plot is all over the place, with plot points introduced and then dropped. The main character is named Ivan Drago, and we are supposed to accept that and not question why is this little kid named after one of the Rocky villains. The movie clearly doesn't take place in Russia, so there's no justification for the confusing name, either. And I really don't know where or when this movie takes place.
9-THE EQUALIZER
This has to be one of the worst movie remakes of a TV show ever. Robert McCall, the badass in a black suit who could kick ten differents kind of ass, is replaced by a prissy, sissy guy who couldn't even defeat the Amoeba Boys, let alone any serious mobster.
And Denzel Washington is a geuinely badass guy, so I blame this on the monkeys who wrote the script.
8-PLANES: FIRE AND RESCUE
It's a cheap DisneyToon studios sequel of a chea
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Top 10 Worst Comic Book Movies Ever
10-HOWARD THE DUCK
This one gets the lowest point on the list because it's one that I kind of like. Yeah, I know, it's nothing like the comic, it dumbs down the source material, it's nowhere near as good as you'd expect a George Lucas movie to be. But honestly...it's kind of a guilty pleasure for me. Frankly, I'd much rather watch this movie than the rest of the movies on the list, and the theme song is AWESOME.
That being said, this movie's biggest problem is the fact that it didn't know what its target audience was supposed to be. It tried to be family friendly, but also raunchy and adult, resulting in something that I guess is too kiddy and silly for most adults, and too scary and mature for most kids.
9-FANTASTIC FOUR: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER
MAN did they drop the ball on this one...
...why does coming in contact with the Silver Surfer cause the Four to switch powers? What's the point of them constantly switching powers? If they wanted a character that has all four
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Top 10 Movies That Should Have Won an Oscar
10-HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE
Personally, out of the only three Miyazaki movies I've seen, this one is my favorite. It has genuine conflict, it has a clear cut villain, it has lot of action scenes and a cast of memorable characters. Yet it has the same majestry, poetry and wondrous tone that all Miyazaki movies are famous for. I never read the book, and I understand the movie changed a lot of things from the book, but I think all those changes were for the better. It's not slow or dull like most Miyazaki movies and it manages to develop likable characters and send a powerful message while still having a central conflict.
9-THE WRESTLER
Here's the thing: since I'm Argentinian, I know very little about U.S.A. wrestling. I never  watched WWE or TNA or ECW or WCW or whatever. But I know about "lucha libre" (Latin American wrestling). I watched "Titanes en el Ring" religously as a kid, it was one of my favorite shows of my childhood, right there with "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtl
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So, two things here. An apology, and a very belated review.

First of all...I want to apologize for badmouthing "Incredibles 2".

The truth is...there's nothing wrong with the movie per se. It's well written, it has good action and great character development.

Why my original negative review?

Because the movie is badly dubbed.

The Latin American dubbing is horrendous. While some voices are passable, others don't even sound remotely how the characters are supposed to sound.

The worst of the lot is Dash. I don't know why they gave him such an annoying, grating voice, but it doesn'ty fir the character at all.

It makes me wonder why they didn't bring back the Argentinian voices from the dub of the first movie.

But the thing is...non-Latinos probably don't understand how much an issue this is for me. It's hard to explain to people from the U.S.A. (or England or Australia or any other English-speaking country) why "the movie is badly dubbed" is the key reason for me disliking a movie or not.

Especially since, here in Argentina, we don't have a choice in the matter. If it's animated, it's dubbed.

But maybe it iosn't hard. Maybe I took my audience for granted. That's why I'm apologizing, and I promise I'll be more careful in the future.

Speaking of reviews, I didn't have the time or the will to watch "Avengers: infinity war" on theaters. i did see it on my computer recently, so, given how mnuch of an impact the movie made, here's my review of it:

The movie, despite my initial misgivings, is actually very good. It has great acting, great action and great writing.

I like that all the indiviudual Avengers get a moment to shine, even if some Avengers get a briefer moment than others.

I like how the avengers interact with the Guardians of the Galaxy. These are two vastly different teams, with different mindsets, different goals, and a different approach to fighting evil, so I liked that such differences were on display here.

The only issue I have with the movie is the constant flashbacks and expositions. The movie keeps grinding to a halt, either for Thanos to have a flashback to Gamora's childhood, or for the rest of the characters to deliver exposition on Thanos and/or the Infinity Stones. To me, it slows down the movie immensely.

Otherwise, it's a great movie, and I certainly recommend it.
Now that I'm fully healed, I just came back from seeing "Ant-Man and the Wasp" and...

...it was OK. Just Ok.

The acting was good, the action was good, and the writing was good.

The problem is that it felt too jokey.

I know that something lighter was needed after the incredible downer that was "Avengers: Infinity War"...

...but "Black Panther" is still fresh on my mind.

That movie managed to stay mostly serious and dramatic while still having lighthearted moments.

That's how I expect most MCU movies to be from now on, so the more jokey tone kind of dissapointed me.

I mean, I can't say it's a bad movie, far from it. I just felt it could have benefitted from less jokes.

I still recommend it, since again, I can't find too much fault in this movie. Just keep in mind that you are not getting the same levelk of quality you got from "Black Panther".
So, I just came back from seeing "Solo" and...

...it was certainly a good movie.

It defintevely has the sense of awe and wonder that was missing from "Rogue One" and "The Last Jedi".

It was a fun movie, and I certainly had fun watching it.

There was, however, two things wrong with it.

One is the amountr of callbacks and in-jokes. Stuff from the "Clone Wars" cartoon, the "Rebels" cartoon, from the Original Trilogy, the Prequel Trilogy, the Sequel Trilogy, the old Dark Horse comics, the novels, it all gets referenced. They even work in a "Master of Teras Kasi" reference (you know, the Star Wars fighting game for the Playstation 1)! Andf the problem is that,. if you are a more casual fan, all the injokes are gonna fly right over your head, making the dialogue feel forced as a result.

The other is, well, Han Solo himself. I don't know if it's the actor, the writing, or both, but I never bought him as a young Han Solo. Han Solo is supposed to be butch and badass, to have rougher edges...and this Alden Whatever kid just doesn't have it. When I think "Young Han Solo", I think someone like Pilou Asbaek, or Jensen Ackles, or Tom Hardy. Someone who can pull off that "space trucker" aura that the older Han Solo had. this kid seems more like a naive youth that the real Han Solo would con out of his money and then leave it to be killed by Tusken Riders.

But apart from that, everyone else is well acted and well-written. Lando is spot on, he is just as suave, charming and badass as Billy Dee Williams. And the Empire fit their role well. They manage to be threatening while having their own moments of humor.

So, overall, I do recommend this movie, I just don't think this is the Han Solo movie we fans have been expecting.
First of all, currently there is no concrete evidence that Doug Walker left Channel Awesome (however, if any sort of verifiable source backs this up, I will delete this opening sentence).

With that being said, I do have several things to say about the issue.

First of all, this is not a new thing. It's only perceieved as such because of how things escalated after Not So Awesome, but the issues have been present since "To Boldly Flee". Keep in mind that Spoony, the one that was at that moment the more outspoken about how Mike Michaud screwed him, never added his experiences to Not So Awesome.

Second...Channel Awesome these past years only existed for show. Ever since blip went down, every single major contributor went back to youtube, making the Channel Awesome site (and, as a result, Channel Awesome as a corporation) pointless. Keep in mind that the greater talent (Nostalgia Chick, Marzgurl, Phelous, Lupa, Spoony) had long since left the site when the Controversy erupted.

I'm wondering what's James (James Rolfe, the Angry Video Game Nerd) take on all of this, considering his longstanding support of Channel Awesome and with friendship with Doug.

I do believe some of that bitterness is starting to come across in newer videos. In "Jeepers Creepers 3", phelous kept taking potshots at Victor Salva (another filmmaker who abused his crew), and the newest Linkara video is a review of the Terra arc of the original "Teen Titans" TV show (where a seemingly friendly and charming member of the team betrays said team and flip flops between sincere regret and outright malice).


And there's something that isn't taken into account in all of this...the "Demo Reel" leftovers. They are not reviewers, they are actors. The end of Nostalgia Critic's run on Channel Awesome means Tamara, Malcolm, Walter, Heather and the rest lose their jobs. That's why Malcolm and Tamara were so defensive of Michaud and of the infamous "facts vs accusations" response...their jobs were on the line.

In the end, I do think Michaud's actions are reprephensible, and I do wish the best for all the reviewers. But as I said before, after the blip shutdown, Channel Awesome existed just for show, so I don't really see what's happening as any meaningful change. Rather, it's what should have happen immediateloy after everyone moved back to youtube.

After the blip shutdown, they were just delaying the inevitable, and now they can't afford to delay it any further.
Now that I'm fully healed, I just came back from seeing "Ant-Man and the Wasp" and...

...it was OK. Just Ok.

The acting was good, the action was good, and the writing was good.

The problem is that it felt too jokey.

I know that something lighter was needed after the incredible downer that was "Avengers: Infinity War"...

...but "Black Panther" is still fresh on my mind.

That movie managed to stay mostly serious and dramatic while still having lighthearted moments.

That's how I expect most MCU movies to be from now on, so the more jokey tone kind of dissapointed me.

I mean, I can't say it's a bad movie, far from it. I just felt it could have benefitted from less jokes.

I still recommend it, since again, I can't find too much fault in this movie. Just keep in mind that you are not getting the same levelk of quality you got from "Black Panther".

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