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  • RETRO Film Review-Johnny English Reborn

    RETRO Film Review-Johnny English Reborn

    Johnny English Reborn , or Rowan Atkinson reliving a character he played 8 years ago and trying to capture his former magic. We center on Johnny English , who has been dismissed from MI7 and is in hiding in Tibet training for what ever may come next as a result of a failed mission, which is referenced constantly throughout the film. He is now called back into service after years in hiding and the spy world he once knew has […]

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  • Anime review: 5 Centimeters Per Second

    Anime review: 5 Centimeters Per Second

    5 Centimeters Per Second [Byousoku 5 Centimeter] is a melancholy anime film, divided into 3 parts and following the life of Takaki Tohno from middle school to University. It is minimalist in plot, with the story following Takaki and his friend Akari as they meet for the last time and then part ways to follow their own paths in life. Characters are also largely left to your own interpretation, with Takaki, Akari and another character, Kanae, expressed only partially through […]

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  • Is PC a better gaming platform?

    Is PC a better gaming platform?

    One the contributing technologies of our generation is the internet and along with it, the PC. Now, that we’ve entered the next-gen consoles era, PC wants in on the action as well. According to Nvidia, the PC hardware manufacturer has stated that PC is “far superior” to the Xbox One and PS4. Seems to me that Microsoft and Sony were to busy fighting amongst themselves to see another contender enter the arena – Nvidia. Sorry, I’ve been playing Ryse: Son […]

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  • Call of Duty and Battlefield Reign Supreme, Can Anyone Take Them Down?

    Call of Duty and Battlefield Reign Supreme, Can Anyone Take Them Down?

    If you are a true online gamer, then you probably play one of the main online shooters at this very moment, or recently anyways. Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises are at the top of their respective cultures. Each game brings in millions of dollars a year on sales, DLC map content, and anything else gamers may buy to sweeten their character for combat and providing them a heads up on the competition. The video game industry has not seen […]

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  • Anime review: Paranoia Agent [Mousou Dairinin]

    Anime review: Paranoia Agent [Mousou Dairinin]

    Paranoia Agent – known also as Mousou Dairinin – is an anime from 2004 that has a peculiarly psychological twist to it. The plot involves a couple of detectives working on a mysterious case – a young boy on roller-skates is going around, hitting people over the head with a baseball bat for seemingly no reason. As they investigate, however, they begin to notice odd things about the victims and realize that there is something more to the strange incidents. […]

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  • Which Game Console: Pros and Cons

    Which Game Console: Pros and Cons

    With all the commotion and excitement that came with the next-gen consoles, gamers are now wondering which console should they buy. Well, like everything else in life, it depends on what you’re looking for. And choices. All about the choices. PS4 Pros: Beautiful graphics DualShock 4 controller has new features (touch pad, share button,etc.) $399 and is $100 cheaper than the Xbox One Cons: DualShock 4′s battery life doesn’t last very long, in terms as the last controller The touch […]

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  • Anime review: Eden of the East [Higashi no Eden]

    Anime review: Eden of the East [Higashi no Eden]

    Eden of the East [Higashi no Eden] would be a strong anime if it weren’t for a couple of major let-downs, namely its two follow-up films which aim to complete the story and do little more than slap a big pile of disappointment on the show’s otherwise pretty good name – but more on that later. The main plot follows two characters who end up in a rather interesting situation. One of them was chosen to compete in a bizarre […]

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  • Video Games: Good for Us

    Video Games: Good for Us

    Remember when your parents would say, ‘Stop playing those video games’ or ‘They’re a waste of time.’? Well, now there is scientific proof that our parents were wrong. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), video games actually help kids learn skills that they would learn in school. The video games that we currently play are great ways to enhance our mind. For example, shooter games straighten our memory, spatial navigation, and reasoning. As you’re reading this, you’re wondering ‘What’? […]

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