I watched The Sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man and It was really good I'd give it 4.9 stars.
The movie had very good visual work done and movie flowed pretty well. The movie did a fairly good job at continuing where the last movie left off at.
*Language* I don't remember there being much foul language if any.
*Violence* It's Superhero Movie so violence is a given, some of the main characters in the movie are killed.
MARVELNESS You Might have Missed Marvel Comics usually have a bonus teaser clip which usually hints at a future movie after the credits, so if you walked out Shame on you lol Because you missed a sneak peek at Days of the future past, which featured Mystique.
I watched Captain America: Winter Soldier which is the sequel to Captain American a Marvel Super Hero movie based off of the character Steve Rogers and It was a really great I'd give it 4.8 stars.
High points of the movie
The movie had very good visual work done and the flow of the movie was very good.
The movie did a fairly good job at extending the Captain America storyline.
I really liked the addition of Red Falcon was excellent choice of a character add on in my opinion.
Low points of the movie
Language was very minimal but still present.
Had a lot of violence but it is an action movie afterall.
MARVELNESS You Might have Missed
Marvel Comics usually have a bonus teaser clip which usually hints at a future movie after the credits, so if you walked out you missed some plot points.
Usually Stan Lee makes an appearance in Marvel Comic movies and this time he's a museum security guard.
Twit Twit is a short animation film about Charly, a poor but cheerful, robot Banjo player, and Radin, a no-good, greedy robot toll-keeper in the middle of the desert. The battle of wits between these tin-men will keep you entertained till the end of the film.
The film was directed by 5 students of the ESRA Brittany, a film school in France.
This will Probably be my last Flix Friday, I still will be doing reviews and stuff but it will be as I'm able to do them, due t
I watched God's Not Dead recently, It's about a Christian student and his first year of college, but an atheist professor threatens his future as a lawyer, either write God is dead on a piece of paper and sign his name, or debate his case in front of the whole class.
I watched Turbo, it's about a snail that gains superspeed.
Me and my Dad went to Outback Steakhouse, so I decided that
I would do a review, and hope to add more of their foods to this post in the
My Meal of Choice, was The Bloomin Sirloin
which comes with Two sides.
I just finished watching the Burn Notice series on Netflix, and one of the main character's choice of a drink is a Mojito.
When I saw it on the menu, I just had to try one, because I don't really drink and I was the one driving that night, I was able to talk to the waitress and see if they could make a Nojito, the alcohol free version of the drink.
The drink was very nice after a week of working.
The food was pretty good
Price 3/5 Price was slightly high, but everything I had was well worth it.
I found deliver was typical of a steakhouse.
Place is nice, and pretty well decorated.
Service was absolutely fantastic, our Waitress Angela was Da Bomb, if you go to Outback() tell her the curly haired guy with the glasses that ordered the Nojito sent you.
In closing if you have ever wanted to try something from there, and never got
around to it let me know in the comments, and it could be added to my list.
Needing some input on what the next Flix Friday should be about.
If you have any ideas please leave me a comment.
A short independent, that pulls at the heart strings.
Instead of doing a movie review like I usually do for Flix Friday, Check out this short film about Portal.
I'm currently doing a play through of portal which you can see on my Youtube Channel.
Blogging about some