A Man Called Otto Movie Review by Angel

Lots of movies coming to theaters or streaming. this new film that I saw in theaters is called A Man Called Otto starring Tom Hanks, the premise is about Otto Anderson is a grump who’s given up on life following the loss of his wife and wants to end it all. When a young family moves in nearby, he meets his match in quick-witted Marisol, leading to a friendship that will turn his world around.

It’s the second film adaption of Fredrik Backman’s 2012 novel A Man Called Ove and an American remake of the 2015 Swedish movie of the same name written and directed by Hannes Holm.

My thoughts: The movie was good, emotional and there are some funny/heartwarming moments; great performances by Tom Hanks and Mariana Treviño.

Also it does have a true message about if someone is having a bad day, introduce yourself and having a positive/comfort conversation.

I give this movie an A.

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Marvel Studios’ Black Widow Movie Review

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From the beginning; we got to see Natasha Romanoff’s journey in Iron Man 2 to Avengers: Endgame, and also learn a bit of her history in the first Avengers movie.

In her first solo movie of Phase 4: we will finally learn what Natasha’s been doing during the events of Captain America: Civil War and leading up to Infinity War and Endgame

I got to see the movie in theaters and I really enjoyed the movie: it’s action-packed, fun and thrilling.

Great cinematography, the music and more. excellent performances by Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour and Rachel Weisz, also O-T Fagbenle, Ray Winstone, Olga Kurylenko and William Hurt did great.

I give this movie an A+ and 10/10

This is Scarlett Johansson’s last movie with Marvel. I know that the multiverse is gonna be a big part of the MCU. Who knows, she will return or not…but the character: Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow lives on.

By Angel

Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Game Review)

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Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the videogame version of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube and Xbox.

 

In this game, the LotR characters you play as are Gandalf the White (Wizard)(Weapons: Staff/Sword-Glamdring the FoeHammer/Magic),

Aragorn (Human)(Weapon: Sword-Anduril the Flame of the West),

Legolas Greenleaf (Elf)(Weapons: Twin Elven Daggers/Bow of the Galadhrim),

Gimli (Dwarf)(Weapon: Double-Headed Axe),

Samwise Gamgee (Hobbit)(Weapon: Westernesse Dagger) and Frodo Baggins (Hobbit)(Weapon: Elvish Blade-Sting).


The game’s storyline begins during the Battle of Helm’s Deep with you playing as Gandalf. Afterwards, the game’s storyline splits into three different paths. The 1st path is The Path of the Wizard where you play as Gandalf, the 2nd path is The Path of the King where you play as Aragorn, Legolas & Gimli and the 3rd path is The Path of the Hobbits where you play as Sam and Frodo.

 

The levels in The Path of the Wizard are Isengard where you help the Ents defeat Saruman the White, the Top Wall of Minas Tirith where you aid in Gondor’s defense and Minas Tirith’s Courtyard where you hold the line as you usher civilians to safety.

 

The levels in The Path of the King are The Paths of the Dead which you explore as you seek both the The King of the Dead as well as the Undead Army of Dunharrow, Gondor’s Southern Gate, Pelennor Fields where you aid the Armies of Rohan against the Witch-King of Angmar as well as the Armies of Mordor and Mordor’s Black Gate where you make a final stand against the Dark Forces of Mordor.

 

The levels in The Path of the Hobbit are Osgiliath where you attempt to escape from Faramir and his Ithilian Rangers, Shelob’s Lair where you try to find and rescue Frodo from Shelob the Ungolian Spider, the Fortress of Cirith Ungol where you try to rescue Frodo and Mount Doom where you must both defeat Gollum as well as destroy the One Ring of Doom.

 

In conclusion, I found this game to not only follow it’s movie counterpart in perfect sync, but also make the story concept more action-packed/adventurous/mystically dramatic thus in turn making this a perfect game-related choice “For All Free Peoples”.

The Lord Of The Rings: The 3rd Age (Review)

Hello, My name is Charles and I’m here to review the “Lord Of The Rings: The 3rd Age” game for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and Nintendo GameCube Consoles. In this game, you control a party of 6 characters specifically created for this game consisting of Berethor: Captain of the Citadel Guard of Gondor (Human Male) (Leadership Skills, Sword & Shield), Idrial: Lothlorien Elf (Elven Female) (Sword & Light Magic), Elegost: Dunedain Ranger (Human Male) (Ranger Skills, Bow & Arrows), Hadhod: Clan of Fundin (Dwarven Male) (Axes, WarHammers & Shadow Magic), Morwen: Rohan’s Battle Maiden (Human Female) (Dual Axes & Thievery) & Eaoden: Rohan OutRider (Human Male) (Spears, Shields & Spirit Powers).

In certain parts of the game you will join forces with the heroes of the Lord Of The Rings movie franchise in order to combat certain enemies and bosses such as Gandalf the Grey (Wizard) (Magic) VS the Balrog of Morgoth on the Bridge of Khazad-Dum at the end of Eastern Moria, Gandalf the White (Wizard) (Magic) VS the WitchKing of Angmar astride his Fell Beast Near the end of Minas Tirith, Aranel: Idrial’s Brother (Elven Male) (Bow & Arrows) assisting you in battle against Saruman’s Fighting Uruk-Hai throughout key points at the East Enmet Gullies, Faramir: Son of Denethor (Human Male) (Bow & Arrows) VS the Orc Commander Gothmog at two key points at Osgiliath, Eowen: Shield Maiden of Rohan (Human Female) (Sword & Shield) VS the WitchKing of Angmar in direct combat at Pelennor Fields, Gimli: Son of Gloin (Dwarven Male) (Axes) assisting you at the Breached Wall at Helm’s Deep, Legolas: Son of Thranduil (Elven Male) (Dual Daggers) assisting you at the Deeping Wall at Helm’s Deep & Aragorn: Son of Arathorn (Human Male) (Sword) assisting you at the Gates of the HornBurg at Helm’s Deep and at Pelennor Fields.

At other times you fight infamous creatures and villains independently such as the Watcher in the Water at the entrance to Moria as well as inside Western Moria, Grima WormTongue at Snowbourne’s Great Hall, the Warg Rider captain Sharku just before arriving at Helm’s Deep, and the Dark Lord Sauron at the top of the Dark Tower of Barad-Dur. In this game, you will traverse Middle-Earth in order to help the Fellowship of the Ring save Middle-Earth from the Dark Forces of Mordor while traveling through exotic locations consisting of the Forests of Eregion, Western Moria, Eastern Moria, East Enmet Gullies, Rohan: Home of the Horse Lords, Helm’s Deep: Rohan’s Stronghold, Osgiliath: Gondor’s Capital, Minas Tirith: City of Kings and Pelennor Fields. This adventure you undertake takes place in the 3rd Age of Middle-Earth from the wilds of Eregion to a final confrontation against the Dark Lord Sauron at the Dark Fortress of Bara-Dur in the Land of Mordor.

During the game, you will unlock Epic Scenes which consists of specialized Lord of the Rings Movie Clips, most of which are personally narrated by Gandalf himself. In conclusion, Lord Of The Rings: The 3rd Age is a game that spans the entire Lord Of The Rings Trilogy franchise and in my opinion is ranked as the #1 game out of the entire Lord Of The Rings video game franchise.

As Posted By: Charles F.