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Star Wars Day 2016 – An Appreciation Post

Today is May 4th and that means that it’s Star Wars Day! In honor of my favorite science fiction franchise, and one of my favorite franchises of all time, I’ve put together this little appreciation post to share my love of Star Wars across the galaxy. Star Wars is more that just a great series…

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Q&A: The Problematic Nature of Whitewashing in Hollywood

Whitewashing in Hollywood is a subject of much prevalence. With recent examples such as Scarlett Johansson, a white woman, being cast as Ghost in the Shell’s Motoko Kusanagi, a Japanese woman, the subject is one that has been drawing in much discussion as of late. There is more to the whitewashing of roles than simply…

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – First Look

Today the world was given its first look at Rogue One: A Star Wars Story via an official trailer for the film which is set to release on December 16, 2016. Rogue One is a film which takes place between Star Wars Episode III and Episode IV, showcasing the story in which a group of rebel fighters…

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Initial Impressions – The Division

The Division is a third-person shooter with role playing elements that takes place in a dystopian version of New York City. After a severe biological terrorist attack which created a smallpox pandemic, a specialized group of agents known as “The Division” is sent in to combat criminal activity, rebuild the Division’s base of operations and…

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My 2 Cents on Review Scores

Review scores are always something of a hot button issue, at least for me. There is never really a time when they aren’t prevalent considering they appear every time a movie or video game comes out, as well as various other forms of media. To clarify, before I get into this discussion, I’m specifically focusing on…

2016

16 Things I am Looking Forward to in 2016

January 2016 is coming to an end and for me that means the new year has officially settled in. I’ve gotten used to saying/writing/seeing/hearing 2016 instead of 2015 and the post-Christmas blues have disappeared. Now, with February looming ever closer, it’s time to look forward into the new year and relish in what it has…