The moment the world seems to have been waiting for is finally upon us: Ready Player One has been adapted into a movie. And with Spielberg at the helm, it can’t fail, right? Click to read on.
Hello all and welcome to the second week in a row of movie reviews! Today we’re going to look at the sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s tribute to mecha anime, Pacific Rim: Uprising. The first film teased a sequel in its final act, when the main character of that film almost ended up getting trapped in the monstrous Kaiju’s home dimension. Does Uprising clear the inevitable sequel bar? Read on and find out with me.
Lag and Website Optimization
Hey everybody, I just thought I’d peer out from behind the curtain for a minute. You might have noticed that the blog is undergoing a few changes this weekend. I have gotten some complaints that Nerd Revolt is loading slowly, so I’m trying a few things like a simpler theme, compressed images, and a cloud server to try to lighten the load a bit. Hopefully you’ll see positive results from that in the next couple of days.
Here we go again! In the latest iteration of the archaeology-action romp, Alicia Vikander steps into the role of Lara Croft, on her first expedition much like in the 2013 reboot of the game series. Much like that game, Lara is on a journey to Yamatai, a fictional island in Japan, where the formidable Queen of Yamatai, Himiko, is said to have reigned supreme in ages past. There’s a storm on the way there, the ship wrecks, Lara gets captured and has to escape using her survival skills, you get the idea.
Team Salvato went to a lot of effort to convince you to sympathize with Monika, because you may be spending a lot of time with her in the future.
I think it’s time for a change of pace. First of all though, I would just like to thank DeviantArt artist klaeia for graciously giving me permission to use her work for the header art. Click the link above and check out her gallery. Thanks again, klaeia!
Hello everybody, and welcome to another review! Rather than standing on ceremony, let’s jump right in.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD
Critics may have misread the sci-fi comedy series, missing the underlying tribute to Gene Roddenberry’s original vision.
First we had two weeks devoted to music, and now two weeks I’ve covered sci-fi TV shows. It’s a coincidence, I promise. Anyway, The Orville is a sci-fi comedy-drama masterminded by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, which debuted in the fall 2017 season alongside its drama counterpart and heavyweight franchise contender, Star Trek: Discovery. Here is a trailer: