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This movie is a mockery and a shame to a good game called Street Fighter. EVERY character was out of place, the acting was horrible, and the fight scenes were REALLY mediocre.
Here are examples previously stated by others... Cammy is on the good side, and Zangief is on the bad side...Blanka mysteriously turned into Charlie Nash...Dhalsiam is a scientist (since WHEN is he a scientist?), Bison doesn't know how to fight, Vega lost his coolness, and there were other large things you might notice.
The acting was so lousy, that you didn't even care if Ken or Ryu got killed or lived. Jean Claude Van Dammit STILL cannot pass himself off as an American. The only good acting came from Bison.
This movie did no justice to Street fighter, nor did it follow the real plot of things.
For those of you who might think this movie is good, but haven't seen it yet, don't ruin it for yourself and see it.
This show TRIES to be cool, but they stank. I bet even Satan hates Chalkzone. The animation is bad, the music is bad (Oh GOD the music is bad.)
The Voice acting is terribly cheesy, as are the jokes.
Now heres the worst part. In every episode they have a music video. The music is so bad, it's insulting to every insturment in the universe. NOW here is an example of Chalkzone music lyrics
"WE LIKE TO BOOGY! WE LIKE TO BOOGY! WERE IN A ZONE!"
Now Sing that ten times, and there is your song. Every little child I know despises this show, including everyone ELSE I know.
I give this show a -5 out of 10
However there are a few redeeming things in The Amanda Show. The Actors are very talented, especially Drake Bell and Josh Peck. (They're 'Tony Pajama's and Paulie' Skit is hilarious. No wonder they got their own show). John Kassir, Nancy Sullivan, and even Dan Schnider (who makes his own appearances) are also talented actors, worth seeing.
But not even they can save something like the Amanda Show. Im very sorry cast of Amanda Show, but this is not worth a persons time to watch. This show does not appeal to the veterans, or the younger aged viewers of Nickelodeon. (Pardon the spelling errors if I made any)
Letsee, what happened in this award ceromony...
-sluts all over the place -David Spade acting like a retard -boring wrestling match -bad musicians -that stupid ass song "Milkshake" -horrible awards
Sounds appealing right? A TRUE gamer who missed this show missed absolutely nothing. I mean, they gave the friggen DOT from pong an award, and not to people who deserve it. (Like Shigeryu Miyamoto, and whoever made Capcom.)
The Gameplay is fun, and the puzzles are a bit harder than those in OOT. Not to mention the graphics are also a bit of an improvement.
The Music is fabulous. My favorite is Skull Kid's theme, because it is the creepiest.
The story is very well put together, looking into friendship, responsibility, and not about someone taking over Hyrule.
The characters are good too. Specially Skull Kid, whom I believe to be the best Nintendo villan. Not only is he creepy, but he has a history that makes you sympathize with him.
Buy this game. it's good. If you are a true Zelda fan, you will.
Now this movie I thought was great. It tells you more about the Predator's. And also, it makes the Predator seem more like a demon, or a spiritual creature than an alien. The scene where he kills King Willie, the music, and the whole scene in general sent chills down my spine.
I give this movie a 9/10, because sometimes it lacks originality.
Dutch uses his skill and cunning to defeat the 'Predator', instead of his military weapons.
One of the most memorable parts for me is at the very end where Dutch traps the Predator, and is about to spare his life out of pity. (at least it's what I observed). He says "What the hell are you?" and the Predator says in his own wounded voice "What the hell are YOU?" And he presses a few buttons...and begins to laugh. As Dutch relises it's a trap, he begins to run. As he runs the Predator's alien laugh begins to sound more human untill he sets off his trap, which was a seemingly small nuclear explosion. (SPOILERS END) I give this movie 10/10. By far.
This show gives even grown people things to chuckle about. SOme of the antics are maybe childish, but the gags are so zany that it makes me laugh out loud. The main theme is catchy, and me and my brother know it by heart. Even to go along with it, is a somewhat cheesy moral. But they make up for it with the humor.
Another annoying aspect is that they always ALWAYS have some annoying 4 minute musical interlude, where the lyrics are badly made, and the...heh heh, dances are worse.
I give it a D-
I highly suggest this one, because if my father could laugh at it, then so could anyone.
It stars Wayne Brady (really good at singing), Colin Mochery, (The bald canadian that is probably the funniest) Ryan Stiles (The most outragous of them all) It is hosted well by Drew Carrey, (Note: whenever he starts laughing, it makes it twice as funny. I don't know why though) who also joins in at times.
The Show is an improvisation show I guess was made for fun, and people got such a kick outta it, they kept it. A fourth contestant joins in with Ryan, Wayne, and Colin. Usually either CHip Esteen (Good singer as well) Brad Sherwood (Not to shabby) or Greg Proops. (One of the great Who's Line veterans.) The games they play are all improv, and all are hilarious, which may sometimes include a member of the audience. Three other people who guest starred are Hugh Heffner, Robin Williams, and Whoopie Golberg.
I watch this show on a daily basis, and I can't ever get enough of it.
I give it ten stars, A++, 100 percent good. Watch it.
Alright, basicly earths people now live up in colonies, and they have a gundam fight tournament to choose who will rule for a while. It sounds like a simple little plot but it gets better.
The main characters are Domone Kashuu, a fighter from Japan, and his crew member and friend, Rain Mikamura. They go around beating up other gundams from other countries,with their own, the Shining Gundam. And everyone is just dandy.
The characters are good, and develope pretty well once you see the end. The Story altogether is like a mystery. Most of it isn't revealed until the middle. The Gundam designs are clever, and the villian (or who I concider the villian) is the best one I've ever seen.
The main villian is a Gundam named "Devil Gundam" (Or how the American cencors call it "Dark Gundam") It's basicly a gundam that thinks and acts on its own, using the 'pilot' as a power source instead of as a master. The Gundam can self regenerate, and self evolve (each evolution being more disturbing and freaky then the last. In the last few episodes, the Devil Gundam brings the great dramatic effect by taking Domone's partner.
I can honestly say this is one of my anime favorites, because it has mystery from episode 1, to the last fight on 49. Go see for yourself.
Watch it. It's good.
It's an interesting movie in a large rainforest inhabited by fairies. They think humans are dead, unti a bat named Batty (Robin Williams)shows up. It's two main characters, Zak the human surfer boy guy, and a fairy named Krysta, who shrinks him to her size. The movie has a pretty cliche, but well said point I think, and good plot. The music is great too, and the villan is great,Hexxus, and old demon, but perhapes a bit frightening at times. (Villains are always the coolest)
Basicly, the musics good, the characters are good, the voices are good, the bad guy is good (but frightening and the animation is good. I see nothing wrong with this film, and I recommend it to those who like classics.