Long time no see readers. This may be a month late but, welcome to my second “Spoilerish” review where I review, analyze and spoil a movie that I happened to see and wanted to review. Today’s video is about Pokémon’s first ever live action film, Detective Pikachu.
Detective Pikachu like any video game film adaptation has a lot of problems, but that doesn’t disqualify it from being a good film. While these flaws are most apparent in the first third of the film, the movie improves as the story goes on. The second third, after Ryan Reynold’s Pikachu has been introduced, the film certainly picks up, becomes faster in pace and is a lot more enjoyable. The third act on the other hand feels pretty rushed and really bizarre, and to me I can’t tell if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. Opinions may vary. I liked it.
Justice Smith’s interpretation of the game character, Tim Goodman, is a huge improvement over the video game’s version of the character. In fact despite the movie’s short comings it still has a better story and mystery than the game it’s based on. While the game ends on a cliff hanger (it’ll soon get a sequel on the Nintendo Switch), the movie completes the story of Tim and Pikachu defeating the villain and reunites Tim with his father.
I give the film a GOOD rating! Certainly it is the best video game film that has ever been produced in like… well ever! For more details and a deeper analysis on the Detective Pikachu movie and game check out my video review down below. It would be very appreciated and thanks for reading!
What were your opinions of the Detective Pikachu movie? would you like to see a sequel? Tell me in the comments below.
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Hey ALL! Again it’s been a while! Time to give some opinions and talk about the latest and greatest thing to happen to cinema since… (insert your favorite movie here). Warner Bros and Ryan Reynolds released a trailer for Pokémon’s Detective Pikachu movie. A video of my reaction and some written opinions can be found down below past the break.
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Hello, my normie readers. Mega Man 11 released a few days ago and being the Mega Fan I am I played through the entire game with a friend of mine. You can see my first episode after reading through my second ever written review down after the break.
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Hello my normies, Paul Neon Davidson here. This will be the first time I do a full-on written review. It’s about the recently released PS4 Spider-Man game. I also have a video of me playing the first hour in the end so check it out if you can. Please :3.
Spider-Man has been released for PS4 and it has got be one of the most glorious PS4 exclusives I have ever played. It’s possibly the best Spider-Man game released to date.
A lot of people would compare this game to the critically acclaimed Batman: Arkham games and while they both feature similar combat systems Spider-Man manages to still make the game feel unique with Spidey’s web-slinging abilities. Tie up enemies, sling yourself toward them for greater impact, throw projectiles at your foes, and with extra upgrades that can be unlocked through XP combat in this game never ceases to please.
Your webs also allow for fast and acrobatic travel across New York City, which includes nods to Dr. Strange’s Sanctum and even Ghostbusters surprisingly (see below). You can sling across New York or just walk about and talk to civilians, some of which you can even give a high-five to adding to your XP. Graphically speaking I feel Spider-Man gives GTA 5 a run for its money and the open world allows for some amazing exploration that the previously addressed web-slinging emphasizes.
Along with the story focused missions are some side missions which add to the play time and replayability of the game guaranteeing a 30+ hour long game that could take even longer to 100%. The story and the game are set in their own universe not based on any movie like previous game and the story is enjoyable with a lot of Spidey’s iconic rogue gallery coming out to play and each with a unique boss battle. The cutscenes feel like a movie and have great characterizations for Peter and his usual gang including Aunt May, MJ, and Harry Osborne. It’s a good balance of originality, nods to the movies, and comic book campiness.
I can’t say it enough and a lot of other reviewers agree, Marvel’s Spider-Man for PS4 is AMAZING, SPECTACULAR, SUPERIOR, and is friendly to all in the gaming neighborhood.
Greetings followers and website viewers. As some may know I love Mega Man so lately I’ve been doing a bunch of Mega Man videos lately so I decided to drop two videos here relating to Mega Man.
The first is the second episode of my Mega Man Marathon, a series of Mega Man let’s plays I’m doing in preparation of Mega Man 11. I plan to LP it when it comes out.
The second video is a an analysis and reaction to the newly released Mega Man: Fully Charged San Diego Comic Con trailer. I’ve ben looking forward to official footage of this show and now I got to see it. And it was just….OKAY. This show comes out, August 5th.
Videos are after the break.
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So I made another video finally! Way later than I was hoping for. Like literally the day Kirby: Star Allies comes out and the day Sonic Mania Plus is announced. Need to make these videos faster. Please check out my video below and check out the rest of my content if you wish.
I’ve made another video. This one is about Illumination Entertainment and how they’re going to be making a movie based on Super Mario Bros. I give some good, bad and informative points about what could happen with this project.
Apps Used: Final Cut Pro, Elgato HD, Super Mario Odessey
Nintendo Labo is a newly announced product where you can create new peripherals using cardboard cutout stencils. It’s a complicated little project that can get kids and parents together to build new ways to play on Nintendo Switch. Looks fun but I have my concerns. Follow the link below to see some videos and get my impressions.
Nintendo Labo Impressions
Since this is a new site I’m plugging my Youtube channel: AtomicComms. It’s primarily a gaming channel and these videos are a few of my channel intros.
This one takes great influence from my favorite video game series, Mega Man. The atom with the d-pad inside is my logo.
Apps used: Photoshop, Final Cut Pro
And here is my second intro that was made in February 2017. I was doing coverage of the then newly released Nintendo Switch and used this intro for the videos based on it.
Apps Used: Photoshop, After Effects CS6, Final Cut Pro.
This last one is what I used to introduce my vlogs. Since my channel revolves around video games, I recorded footage of my video games and edited them into the intro to express my love and interest in playing games. I also did a lot of audio editing for this one in particular. This includes changing certain sound effects and adding in new ones.
Apps used: FInal Cut Pro, Elgato HD Capture