BLACK PANTHER MOVIE VLOG

Hello again! Well, I said I’d post my Black Panther vlog on Monday, and lo and behold, it’s Monday, so I’m posting it. Enjoy.

What did you think about the movie? Have you seen it? If so, feel free to comment; I’d like to hear your opinions.

See you soon!

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SUPER BACKLOG MOVIE REVIEW VLOG MEGAPOST

Hey there, folks, guess what? I went and saw Black Panther recently. Yes sir, that movie that everyone’s still talking about, I went and saw it. And I made a vlog about it. And I’m gonna post it – here, for your enjoyment.

Isn’t that nice?

But before I do that, there’s some other stuff I should post first. More specifically, there are more movie vlogs I’ve made – lots more – that haven’t been posted here. I’ve been meaning to for a long time now, and I’ve kept putting it off, and finally I said to myself – ‘Deneb,’ I said sternly, ‘you cannot add even one more video to this backlog. If you ever want to show your face on Mutant Reviewers again, you have got to post those freakin’ vlogs. Stop being so lazy and just do it!’

So I did. And here, in reverse order from most to least recent, they are:

I can make no real excuse for getting so far behind on things – that is, I can; I can make lots of excuses. I could tell you that I was distracted, I could tell you that I was tired and didn’t feel like it, I could tell you that I honestly wasn’t aware that so many videos were piling up – and they’d all be true, but none of them really hold water. Let’s just say that life got in the way, and I’ll do my best to make sure it doesn’t do so to this extent again. Sorry, guys.

Right, so – all’s well that ends well, and this lot should hopefully keep you entertained over the weekend. I’ll post the Black Panther review on Monday. Enjoy!

The Animatrix review

“Hand over your flesh, and a new world awaits you. We demand it.”

The Scoop: 2003 NR directed by Andy Jones, et all and starring Clayton Watson, Carrie-Anne Moss, Keanu Reeves

Summary Capsule: A series of nine short animated films examining various corners of the Matrix universe. Also, robot bosoms.

Drew’s Rating: Umm… not as good as the first movie, but way better than the third? Or does that go without saying?

Drew’s Review: Okay, a bit of explanation is in order — as some of you may know but others not so much, The Animatrix was a series of 9 short animated films released as a DVD collection at around the same time The Matrix Reloaded hit theaters. Overseen by the Wachowski brothers with a variety of directors, the shorts are meant to explore the Matrix universe in more detail, expanding on things only touched on in the movies; with the exception of one 2-parter, each stands on its own and has no connection to the others. Thus, rather than trying to judge the entire package as a whole, I’ll instead be looking at each segment individually and judging it on its own merits. Clear? Cool. Let’s do this!

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Komodo vs. Cobra

kvc-poster“Is there anything on this island you didn’t supersize?”

The Scoop: 2005 PG-13, directed by Jim Wynorski and starring Michael Paré, Michelle Borth, and Ryan McTavish

Tagline: The Ultimate Battle.

Summary Capsule: A group of meddling environmentalists finally get what’s coming to them in the form of giant, scaly, fanged death. It’s less interesting than you’d think.

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Rollerball 2002

rollerball-2002-poster“Smile and take the money. Smile and take the money.”

The Scoop: 2002 R, directed by John McTiernan and starring Chris Klein, Jean Reno, LL Cool J, and Rebecca Romijn

Tagline: Get In The Game.

Summary Capsule: In a not-too-distant future, Chris Klien and his big metal ball defy the nasty evil corporations of Russia by not playing a really violent game when they tell him to. Hang on, that sounds kinda familiar…

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