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I stopped watching Justice League a long long time ago, after I missed so many episodes I got confused after watching three minutes of a new one. Very recently, though, I began watching the reruns of Justice League Unlimited on the Boomerang Channel, so after a few weeks, this little gem popped up.
This episode is HILARIOUS. Starting with Wonder Woman's flirting with Batman at the very beginning, and then his excuses not to, the episode takes a light note. Then Wonder Woman is turned into a pig, we see Greek legendary characters (including Medusa!) acting like modern-day people, and a whole other string of humorous situations. Well admittedly Medusa was kind of annoying. But that was the only drawback of the episode.
Finally, the reason for the rating of 10 is the resolution of the episode. We are led to believe, before the commercial break, that Wonder Woman will have freedom at the expense of Batman's secret identity. However, we finally see what the payment is, and it is well worth it: Batman sings on stage for Circe! This was amazing in itself: Batman singing. Not something you see everyday. However, the fact that Kevin Conroy actually CAN sing made it so much better.
One question though: I know that this is a kids' program, but technically, shouldn't Wonder Woman be completely naked with just the armbands when she is turned back into a human? The armbands staying in their normal form proves that the shape-shift has no effect on clothes, so yeah, she should be naked. But whatever.
"I'm just a rich kid with problems Lots of problems."
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
Admittedly, this film is stupid. Very very stupid.
However that has never stopped it from being a hell of a fun watch. I've always found it to be much better than the original for a few key reasons: 1. This movie does not take itself seriously. Gremlins went for straight horror, but was ineffective because it was so funny... in the bad way.
2. There is a tidal wave of movie in-jokes, from the classics to even the first Gremlins. You'll more than likely laugh at a new joke you didn't notice before every single time you see it 3. Christopher Lee hamming it up in another B Movie is too good to resist.
So when you watch this movie, don't expect to be scared. Watch it with friends where you can laugh both with the movie, and at it.
I only started seriously gaming around 2001-2002, and this was the first game I ever really got into. By far it is the most fun E-Rated action game there is.
First of all, there are the dozens of creative, entertaining levels. The basic plot of the game follows the movie very well, and every few levels will be part of the main storyline. In between your fights with the Goblin and other villains from the movie are the best parts of the game: Battling the Shocker, The Vulture, the Scorpion, and hordes of robots and other henchmen.
Secondly, there are what seems like a million combo moves which can be picked up throughout the game to keep it more exciting.
Further, even though it does follow a specific story and doesn't allow a lot of freedom web-swinging-wise (at least, compared to its sequels), there are secret areas, shortcuts, easter eggs, and bonus objectives enough so that each time you play the game it can be an entirely new experience.
My personal favorite parts of the game are the scores of special features. If you defeat the game at the hardest setting, you get a Green Goblin costume and Glider which, in addition to completely changing game-play, gives you a whole new (often more interesting) storyline to follow. In addition to this, there are the training missions, including my favorite, Big Brawl, which are loads of fun and offer even more of Bruce Campbell's hilarious narration.
Though this game is intended for younger gamers, it can be incredibly fun at times, and remains one of my all-time favorites.