Top 11 Dethroning Moments of Nostalgia Critic..Well it's been a few months since the "Not So Awesome" document was posted, thus tarnishing the image of Doug Walker and Channel Awesome. Back then I was both sad and disappointed to learn this side to someone I looked up too, but I also hoped that maybe the controversy and the #ChangetheChannel movement could have the Walkers reflect on their past actions, lawyer up to get the NC rights back, and start over and become better people....but then that hope was easily demolished looking at the site currently. Now only Brad Jones and Guru Larry remain, they made an even more half-assed attempt to apologize and defend themselves with that "Response" to the article, and it turns out the Walker Brothers are STILL working there...completely debunking the rumors that Doug left the company and ended the character. As he continues to make more Nostalgia Critic content
New List of Parody Fanfic CastingsRequested by :iconheart8822: Here is a new list of parodies I'm gonna do in the future.
Cindermerica (spoof of Cinderella)
Cinderella: America Marten (my fursona)
Prince: Archie Weasel (America's boyfriend)
Lady Tremaine: Shadow Weaver (She-Ra)
Jaq and Gus: SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star
Anastasia: Stauy (my OC Stacey's alter ego)
Drizella: Volkep (my OC Volka's alter ego)
Lucifer: Joanna the Goanna (The Rescuers Down Under)
Fairy Godmother: La Muerte (The Book of the Life)
Bruno: Pluto (Disney cartoons)
Major: Pegasus (Hercules)
King and Queen: Archie's parents
Grand Duke: Stupid Weasel (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
Suzy and Perla Mouse: Sandy Cheeks and Pearl Krabs (SpongeBob)
Ameristasia (spoof of Anastasia)
Anastasia/Anya: America Marten (my fursona)
Dmitri: Archie Weasel (America's boyfriend)
Vladimir: Tiger (An American Tail)
Pooka: Gary the Snail (SpongeBob)
Rasputin: Judge Doom (Who Framed Roger Rabbit; they're both played by Christopher Ll
HALLOWEEN 2018 (BluJay Film Review)
Heads up, the very nature of this movie's plot setup will somewhat spoil the original 1978 Halloween. I'll try to give away as little as possible, but I wouldn't recommend continuing if you plan on seeing the original and want to know as little as possible. But if you're okay with that …
Halloween is a classic horror film from 1978. It's also a 2007 remake of said horror film. It's also a direct sequel to the horror classic released in 2018, which is the one I saw a couple nights ago. I'm just gonna call it Halloween 2018 to avoid confusion from here on out. The original Halloween was about a mysterious killer named Michael Myers who escaped imprisonment and went on a killing spree. The only survivor of this spree, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), has been waiting for Myers to return, and forty years later, their long-awaited rematch has arrived. Which means that yes, this film completely ignores all of the
First Impressions On......I watched Lily Orchard's video on why he hates Steven Universe. And I hated it. In fact, it kind of feels like me if I were to continue ranting about the Discovery Family era of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, and I didn't listen to you guys to give it a rest. Everything about this video I hated. Now, I like Steven Universe, I think it's a good show, not one I'd be a huge fan of, but I still genuinely enjoy. And I don't care if someone has issues with it. But going as far as to go in that kind of disgusting kind of rant on it, especially when constantly putting the blame on one person (Being the creator, Rebecca Sugar), yeah, there are times when I went too extreme when I rant on something, but it is never my intention to attack the person behind it like Lily did.
I have many more things to say about this, but I don't want to talk about it right now. All in all, this was a video I can't recommend, I felt dirty watching it and it made me feel
My Top 20 Least Favourite SpongeBob Episodes Pt. 2And now, after finishing Part 1 of my Top 20 Least Favourite SpongeBob Episodes list, I present you, Part 2! If you hadn't read part 1, it's right here if you need to see it first:
10. Good Neighbours
*This is the episode that started the whole StalkerBob CreeperPants thing. Squidward wants to relax on his Sunday off, but SpongeBob and Patrick sneak into his house uninvited and want to make him the president of their club, the Good Neighbour Lodge. But Squidward wants them away from him, so he sends them off to vandalize the trees around the neighbourhood by painting them polka dot. While doing their "good" deed, they go back to Squidward's house and spray his face, which causes a passing couple to mistaken him for a sick person and take him to the hospital, and SpongeBob and Patrick feel no remorse for their actions and instead think Squidward is going out for a drive with the couple.
Should Disney Attempt a Hunchback Remake? Did you know, the original inception of Lion King was to be a dialogue-free documentary?…If this was the direction that the live-action remake was intended to go, I probably wouldn’t mind so much, as it would be a fresh new take and something that would actually MAKE SENSE to be in live-action. However, that was also the original intent of Disney’s 2000 movie Dinosaur (which is considered part of their ANIMATED canon, mind you!), and of course, Micheal Eisner bailed out of that decision because he though it wouldn’t be marketable.
And NOW it’s been announced that Lilo and Stitch is up for being remade in live-action! I’ll be straight up front and say that I did say once before that it would be one idea that I DIDN’T object to seeing (I say this with that movie being one of my favorites), but now that they seem to be displaying no shame with this remake extravaganza, it suddenly DOES make a lo
My Top 20 Least Favourite SpongeBob Episodes Pt. 1Had to split this list in two part, sadly, since my list was way over the limit. But without further ado, here's my description for my Top 20 Least Favourite SpongeBob Episodes. You can also see the other version of the list here:
20. Hide and Then What Happens?
*Patrick is even stupider than he usually is in the series in this episode. First he doesn't recognize SpongeBob and then the latter decides that the two should play Hide and Seek, and Patrick says he doesn't even know what Hide and Seek is, despite SpongeBob saying that they've played it lots of times, including in the episode "Wormy". Even after SpongeBob tries to explain the game to him, Patrick STILL doesn't even know what it is, especially after SpongeBob shows him how to play using sock puppets. God, Patrick, you are so retarded in this episode! (pardon my French,
If this season is spoiled for you, read a history book.
Washington not only outfought the British, he outspied them. His mission to attack at Yorktown rather than Long Island was the big turning point and perhaps the reason the US is not a Crown Colony like Canada. His resources and ideas were not equipped for New York, but good for the easier and more accessible Virginia. Abe himself secures the intelligence and encourages more cooperation up north. He is conscripted in the British Army as a double agent even in a revenge plot for Arnold. But what is great about the series is they remember Benedict Arnold was never brought to justice, leaving his ending a bitter one.
In modern TV fashion, the climax with the Battle of Yorktown actually happens in the penultimate episode, and the rest is falling action. The end of the Revolution is not as triumphant as other films, but a somber, more uncertain affair. For in winning a country, you have to run it, and broker a peace. The spies are needed in Britain also to broker a peace, and things work well there. The series ends with Abe having a son, and a “Where are they Now?” epilogue narrated by Abe and expressed to his friends. While it seems kind of corny, a show as brutal as this with the major characters making it out alive I think earned the right to have a happy ending like this.
Due to the slow start and limited 40-episode run, TURN never caught on like it could have. The show had good acting, was historically authentic, and drew attention to the more obscure parts of the Revolution, so it was a shame to see it like this. But at least the show ended on a positive note. For the history buffs, spy thriller fans, and casual TV enthusiasts, TURN has a little something for everyone. So I am glad I saw it through to completion.
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Really That Good? - Spirited AwayThe following piece is a critical response to a film and an analysis based on a viewing of something of which I already have familiarity.
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Spirited Away is an anime film, produced by Studio Ghibli and directed by Japan’s most acclaimed director since Kurosawa, Hayao Miyazaki. Released in Japan in 2001 and the US in 2002, it launched a strong reputation right away, unlike some films we cover on here, oddly enough.
Simply put, the mountain of praise and the legacy surrounding this film is untouchable! To date, it is the only non-English-language film and the only hand-drawn film to win Best Animated Feature at the Oscars. It is Japan’s highest-grossing film at the box office. Metacritic has it in their Top 10 movies of all-time, and various publications like Empire and IGN rank it as one of the greatest animated films ever. The BFI sai
The Wanderer -- A DAEU StoryFor :iconMaxEd32:
Author’s Note: This takes place chronologically before Gang of Four begins. It is set about a month before the events of that story…
O Great Wanderer, Hear this story…
You came to us when we needed it most. You never knew of us nor our land, but helped us in the most inventive and unique way we ever saw. And you taught us all to unite when things got rough during our campaign.
For the last fifteen years, you were still on Drodon. You were oblivious to the rise of Eschaton, as you lived alone. In the Grasslands. Away from the fighting and suffering dealt with the Fall of Capitol. Eschaton never looked towards the south, aside from a few coastal areas, because most of it was farmland anyway and would not impede his progress. While you heard the name before, it meant little or nothing to your daily life, and you carried on without any knowledge of his tyranny.
However, you were not of the grasslands. You didn’t even have much of a