This review will be a few spoilers: if you haven’t seen the film, don’t read this review…if you saw the film, read the review.
I really enjoyed the film, I like that we get to see Peter moving forward with his life, even though that he misses Tony Stark/Iron Man and confessing his feelings to Michelle “MJ”.
My favorite scenes that I did not expect is Quentin Beck aka Mysterio, who is a former employee of Stark Industries…it was revealed that Beck created B.A.R.F., a prototype system that was introduced in Captain America: Civil War and another character who encountered with Obadiah Stane from the first Iron Man, comes back, he works with Beck. the visual effects were stunning, the scene where Mysterio using the illusions to trap Peter, messing with his mind. One part in the illusion scene is when a Zombie Iron Man crawling towards Peter: that scene was a surprise and shocking.
There were a few moments in the film, the friendship between Peter and Ned was great: hope we get to see their friendship continue in the next film. The final battle was an amazing scene.
2 scenes that was a surprise and a game-changer: Peter, MJ and the whole people of New York, watches the news report that featured a doctored footage recorded by Beck, during the battle of London. but that’s not all: the video was released by the controversial news website: The Daily Bugle.Net, the one and only…J. Jonah Jameson played by J.K. Simmons. Here’s the real blockbuster: Beck reveals Spider-Man’s secret identity, it had Peter in a mind blown shock.
This is the first time seeing J.K. Simmons’ J. Jonah Jameson in the MCU, hope we get to see more J. Jonah Jameson.
Another scene is that former S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury and former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Maria Hill are revealed to be Skrull’ Talos and Skrull’ Soren, who has been impersonating the real Nick Fury and real Maria Hill, also it was revealed that the real Nick Fury is on ‘vacation’ on a Skrull spaceship.
After watching the movie. There’s a lot of questions to be answered is what will happen to Peter, now that the world knows he’s Spider-Man and whatever happened to the real Maria Hill, while the real Nick Fury is on a Skrull spaceship.
Could this mean that one of the characters are secretly a Skrull, but will find out in the upcoming Marvel films in the future.
The person that makes me happy is Tom Holland the new spider boy. I enjoy his wonderful sense of humor; his charming smile, and I love his dog Tessa she is adorable a sweet dog who loves her owner. I can’t wait to see more movies with him in it. Keeping up the good work spidey boy.
“Friends are the sunshine of life.” – John Hay
Friendships enrich our lives, make us happy and provide us with a sense of purpose and belonging. At SEEDs for Autism we understand that making friends can be especially difficult for those on the autism spectrum. Our multifaceted program helps participants develop important social skills which empower them to interact with their peers, connect with others and build friendships. We asked our participants to share their thoughts on what it takes to be a good friend.
A good friend is friendly, kind, helpful, someone you can talk to, spend some time with, and makes you laugh!
It takes a lot to be a good friend. For starters you need to be kind and friendly. You also need to be selfless and also need to be loyal as well. The final thing you need to be a good friend is to be funny and make them happy. That is what it takes to be a good friend.
I believe that a good friend will always be there to support you in achieving your goals, whether it’s a family member or a best friend. And sometimes you will have to be a good friend in order to support other people you know. A bad friend, however, would offer bad advice or lie to people, only to make things worse. Overall, being a good friend to others would depend on you. If you know what’s right or wrong, just do it.
What makes a good friend? It is a question that passes through our minds at multiple times throughout our journey in life. This question guides and shapes our interactions, relationships and the future of every person we meet on planet earth. As a result, I believe the three qualities that make up a good friend are compassion, empathy and a good understanding of interpersonal relationships. Overall, these three traits when displayed correctly in the appropriate manner convey to others that they have the skills needed to be not just be a good friend, but an outstanding friend to rely on at any given time.
Getting to know the other person better is very important for friendships to form and sometimes they take years. Listening to the other party is fuel to form friendships.Talk about what the other party is interested in and topics that are appropriate for the conversation like “What do you like to do for fun?” Listen when the other party is talking to you and talk when it is your turn. In conclusion, friendships are very fragile and they need to be maintained.
How to be a good friend: 1) Introduce yourself. 2) Tell funny jokes. 3) Make them happy. 4) Help them with a puzzle. 5) Shake hands.
Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the movie Hook. This movie was first released on December 11, 1991.
This movie centers around a “What If” scenario where a grown-up Peter Pan must return to Neverland and his childhood roots in order to save his son and daughter from the evil Captain Hook.
The cast of characters are:
Robin Williams as Peter Banning/Peter Pan,
Dustin Hoffman as Captain James Hook,
Julia Roberts as Tinkerbell,
Bob Hoskins as Mr. Smee,
Maggie Smith as Granny Wendy Moira Angela Darling,
Charlie Korsmo as Jack (Peter Pan’s son),
Caroline Goodall as Moira (Peter Pan’s Wife/Wendy’s Granddaughter),
Amber Scott as Maggie (Peter Pan’s daughter),
Dante Basco as Rufio and Arthur Malet as Elder Tootles.
The locations in this movie are:
The Jolly Roger,
Wendy’s home in Neverland and the home of the Lost Boys.
In conclusion, I learned from watching this movie the importance of preserving our imagination. I also learned from this movie that the value of living as well as living said life would be and is in fact “an awfully big adventure.”
The birth of the little, yellow-skinned lads and lasses that will eventually become the Lego Minifgure begins as small, clear ABS plastic pellets. These are delivered straight to the molding factory via truck. They begin coloring it by adding dyes and colors to the plastic. Soon, the pellets are heated into another shape of plastic that almost looks similar to toothpaste at 230° celsius.
Next, the plastic is inserted through a tube into a molding machine. Each and every single Lego element has a mold. These molds shape the plastic into the Lego piece it was created to make.
Then the hot and nearly ready Lego parts are released from the mold, into a sorting machine. These machines are rather self explanatory; they sort the elements into groups.
Where they go from there depends. If they need printed decals, like the ever-popular minifigure face, machines will print them on the Lego piece itself, much like how you print documents onto paper. If the element does not require the printing treatment, it will simply avoid this step entirely.
Finally, the Legos are bagged for a Lego kit, and any big or important parts are inserted in with the bags. Instructions are boxed, and the boxes are inserted into bigger boxes for store shelves.
Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review Scooby-Doo!: Night of 100 Frights for the Sony PlayStation 2. This game is also available for the Microsoft Xbox as well as the Nintendo GameCube.
In this game, you play as Scooby Doo as he tries to solve the mystery of Professor Alexander Graham’s Disappearance as well as rescue his captured friends from a ghoul called The Mastermind and an assortment of Scooby Doo’s greatest foes. Don Knotts also guest-stars in this game as a Spooky Groundskeeper.
The cast of characters in this game are:
Professor Alexander Graham & Holly Graham.
The antagonists in this game are:
The Mastermind (Boss/Main Villain),
The Black Knight (Boss/Episode: What a Night for a Knight),
The Ghost of Redbeard the Pirate (Boss/Episode: Go Away Ghost Ship),
The Green Ghost (Boss/Episode: A Night of Fright is No Delight),
Caveman (Episode: Scooby’s Night with a Frozen Fright),
The Creeper(Episode: Jeepers, It’s the Creeper),
Funland Robot (Episode: Foul Play in Funland),
Captain Cutler the Ghost Diver (Episode: A Clue for Scooby Doo),
Geronimo (Episode: Decoy for a Dognapper),
Headless Spectre (Episode: Haunted House Hang-Up),
Space Kook (Episode: Spooky Space Kook),
Tar Monster (Episode: The Tar Monster) and the Witch Doctor (Episode: A Tiki Scare is No Fair).
In conclusion, I found this game to be really fun and incredibly hilarious, especially during certain points in the game when you hear audience-based laughter in the background because when I hear said laughter in the background it makes me feel like I’m actually part of the Scooby-Doo! TV franchise.