The path that Psyonix has taken with Rocket League thus far has been a shinning light in an industry where micro transactions, preorder bonuses, and unmet expectations are common. They have instead given players a plethora of additional content to keep them coming back: Snow Days (Hockey), Rocket Labs (Creative Arenas), and now Hoops (Basketball).… Read More Rocket League Hoops Review: Blasting off Again!
The Gift was a movie I sadly missed in 2015, starring Jason Bateman (not Batman), Rebecca Hall, and Joel Edgerton (who is also the director), The Gift follows a young couple, Simon and Robyn, who are moving into a new home in California. While shopping they encounter a man named Gordo, a guy Simon went to high… Read More The Gift Review: Gift Worthy
I remembering watching the animated 1967 version of The Jungle Book when I was a kid and to this day sometimes I’ll walk still humming the Bear Necessities. Now this retelling of the original Jungle Book looked a lot more dramatic than the original story and it did play out as such. Whenever the mighty force of the… Read More The Jungle Book Review: It’s more than a Bear Necessity
Batman vs. Superman, the movie that divided critics, comic book fans, and regular movie goers as to whether or not this a terrible or great attempt of DC starting it’s own universe. Coming as someone who hasn’t read the comic books but who also reviews films I find myself right in the middle of this… Read More Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice Thoughts