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review: Be Kind Rewind
We live in an age where Hollywood doesn't give two shits about being original and inspiring, and instead, has their minds set on spiritless remakes or whatever ideas they think will make the most money. And it's a breath of fresh air to get a movie like this in such depressing times for the box office. The idea is original, and it's also got good social commentary. Mos Def stars as Mike, who works at a video store called "Be Kind Rewind", which is run by Mr. Fletcher (Danny Glover). When Mr. Fletcher needs to leave town for a while, he writes a message with his finger on the glass saying "Keep Jerry Out", but he writes it on the wrong side, Mike reads it as "peeK yrreJ tuO", and doesn't know what it means. Jerry (Jack Black) one night decides to go destroy a local power plant, because he believes that they're controlling his mind. Mike agrees to help, until he realizes that Mr. Fletcher's message said "Keep Jerry Out", so he leaves, and Jerry tries to take out the transformer, but fail
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review: Idiocracy
I've always been a big admirer of Mike Judge and his work. From Beavis and Butt-head, to King of the Hill, to Office Space. The man is truely talented. Around 2005/06-ish, I heard that he was making a new movie, and I said "Oh boy! A new Mike Judge film!". Well those weren't my exact words, but it somehow slipped pass me. And I didn't even know the movie was out until my brother told me he watched on TV once. Last night, I was able to catch it on Cinemax, and all I can say is........Wow, Mike Judge, you really let me down here. The movie is about a guy named Joe Bauers (played by Luke Wilson). He gets his position as an army librarian lost, and Washington chooses him as a guinea pig for some top secret hibernation project along with a girl named Rita (Maya Rudolph), but the guy who's in charge of the project gets arrested for leading a prostitution ring, and Joe and Rita are forgotten about, but then 500 years later, they awaken, and the world is completely screwed up. Stupid people ha
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review: Atlantic Records 50th
Well, I decided to do a music review, so here goes:
Founded in 1948 by Ahmet Ertegün and Herb Abramson, Atlantic Records started out as strictly an independent R&B and jazz record label. But it did also release a few country western records, and they eventually expanded their repertoire to a number of different genres throughout the decades. Around the mid 50's, Ahmet Ertegün was joined by his brother Nesuhi, and Jerry Wexler. Also on board was engineer Tom Dowd. Atlantic's first major star was Ray Charles, who had a number one single with them in the late 50's with the classic, "What'd I Say". After that, Bobby Darin (who was signed to subsidiary "Atco Records") had a #1 hit in 1959 with "Mack The Knife". Sadly though, Both artists left the label a year later. Charles had joined ABC Paramount Records, and Darin had joined Capitol Records. But Atlantic persevered, becoming a distributor for Jim Stewart's legendary Stax Records (up until 1968), and had other legendary artists
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review: Art of Fighting anime
Art of Fighting......it's definately one of the most important games on the Neo Geo, and also one of the first ones made for it. It introduced us to alot of great characters. In addition to the protagonists Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, it also had the lovely "King", and the highly underrated "John Crawley". Man, I wish I had 9 dollars so I could buy some Wii points and get it for the Virtual Console. I never knew they had made an anime until 2003, and I was so anxious to watch it! I finally got it on DVD in August of that year. I couldn't wait to watch it. And this was one of the BIGGEST, LETDOWNS, EVER. You'd think that being this is an anime that it would follow the game dead on! But it doesn't! It's like one of those syndicated video game based cartoons that are produced in America. First problem here:Ryo's hair is BLACK. WHAT IN THE FUCKING HELL? And the characters' backgrounds and occupations or whatever are really screwed up. I only watched this anime once, so I'll try
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review: Bubble Bobble - Saturn
If you've never heard of Bubble Bobble, then there is really something wrong with you. It's only one of the greatest games of all time. Originally an arcade game released by Taito in late 1986, it appeared on a number of home systems such as the MSX, Commodore 64, NES, Sega Master System, Game Boy, Game Gear, a bunch of systems, and it spawned 4 sequels. It's main characters Bub and Bob are also pretty much Taito's mascots based on what I've seen over the years (them appearing next to the Taito logo on Taito's official japanese site, their cameos in other Taito games, etc.) In 1996, Acclaim Entertainment enlisted british developer Probe to develop a collection for the Sega Saturn for them to publish with the original Bubble Bobble and two versions of "Rainbow Islands:The Story of Bubble Bobble II". The collection was released as "Bubble Bobble - also featuring Rainbow Islands". Taito had NOTHING to do with the development of this port. Probe had developed it for Acclaim. This was 10 ye
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review: Space Invaders-Saturn
I think it's obvious Space Invaders needs no introduction. It's one of the most popular and well-known games of all-time. It was originally an arcade game released in 1978 by Taito, and over the years, it appeared on a number of home consoles. In 1996, Taito released a "Space Invaders" for the Sega Saturn in Japan only. Now one of my recent import game purchases was a two pack that included "Puzzle Bobble 2X" and the Saturn SI game. I could've just got Puzzle Bobble 2X by itself, but I was curious about the Space Invaders game, so I bought the two pack with Puzzle Bobble and Space Invaders. It was only $5 extra. Anyway, so I got the package today. I played Puzzle Bobble for a while, then I threw in SI, and let me tell you, this disc is absolutely pathetic. All it is is just 4 different versions of the original Space Invaders game. One is the original black and white version, one is the version with the 4 color bar overlay, one is the one with the moon backdrop from the arcade cabinet,
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review: Dark Castle
IT'S DARK! IT'S DANGEROUS! IT'S DOWNRIGHT DEVIOUS! You've got smarts, a buff bod, and a pocket full of rocks. Now, climb the ramparts of Dark Castle and dethrone the Black Knight. Hosts of nasty creatures protect him. Dispatch these lackeys or the Black Knight will eat your lunch.
This is the description on the back of the box for Dark Castle, a game Electronic Arts released for the Sega Genesis in 1991. This is one of the worst games of all time. It's up there with Big Rigs and Superman 64. You play the role of this guy who looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo, and he travels to Dark Castle to defeat the Black Knight, and he must go through the quests "Trouble", "Shield", "Fireball" and finally, "Black Knight". What the main character uses to battle the enemies in the game with are............................ROCKS!!!! What the hell? Instead of a bow-staff or a sword or anything like that, he has FRIGGIN' ROCKS! That's one problem with this game, but that's not all! In order to thr
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review: Mega Man - Game Gear
I've been a big fan of the blue bomber since 1996. That same year, I discovered a few Mega Man games I didn't even know existed. One of which was this game. I would see it in the little game catalogs that you'd find in various game magazines, and this game was listed as "Best of Mega Man 1-5", and I was thinking it was a collection of the first 5 Mega Man games on one Game Gear cartridge. I never saw a screen shot of this game until 1997, one year later, and I only saw the title screen. And the game was just called Mega Man, not "Best of Mega Man" or whatever. I never got to actually PLAY the game or see it in ACTION until 1998, when I learned how to work the wonderful miracle known as emulation. And I recently bought a used copy of the game for $32.87, plus the cost of shipping. Alright, onto the review. Capcom had ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the development of this game other than license it. It was developed by some company called "Freestyle", and it was published by US Gold. I be
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review: Gradius II Arcade
My first encounter with the Gradius franchise was in either 1990 or 1991, when I played Nemesis on the Game Boy. My second was when I had played Gradius III on the Super Nintendo. I didn't realize that both games were related immediately, but I eventually did. I never played the original Gradius until 1998, when I bought the NES version at a pawn shop while on vacation. I never played Gradius II, IV or Gaiden until I got the Gradius Collection for PSP last year, and I think that Gradius II - Gofer no Yabou is the best of the series. The game hit arcades in 1988, a year after that CRAPPY MSX Gradius 2 was released. The game was released in Europe under the name "Vulcan Venture", but Gradius II never got an official US release until it was featured on the PSP collection. Although recently I heard that back in the day there were plans to bring the Famicom version over to the NES, but Nintendo wouldn't allow it, because of the technology. This is the story for the game according to the man
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review: Star Trek IV
Alright, let me start by saying that I am NOT a Star Trek fan, BUT when I saw a trailer for this movie on youtube, I felt REALLY compelled to see it, so I eventually bought the 2-Disc Special Edition DVD a few weeks later, and you can get it for really dirt cheap. I think I got my copy for $8 plus shipping. :D Anyway, the movie was directed and co-written by Leonard Nimoy, Mr. Spock himself. In this film, an alien probe is attacking the earth, and Kirk and The Enterprise crew on board a stolen Klingon warship can only stop them. They discover that the only way to stop them is with Humpback Whales. So they go back in time to the year 1986 (also the year the movie was released) to recover two humpback whales within 24 hours. The Enterprise crew have many hilarious episodes in this film. From Spock not understanding "Colorful Metaphors", to Scotty not knowing how to use a Macintosh computer, and Spock not knowing what "Exact Change" is. Even if you aren't a Star Trek
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review: Power Stone
Last Thursday, I was out with my grandfather, and he took me LATE birthday shopping. One of the things I got while at the mall was "Power Stone Collection" for the PlayStation Portable. That collection was where I had played Power Stone 2 for the first time ever, and I thought it sucked. But when I decided to play the original Power Stone game on the collection, I remembered how awesome it was, even though the last time I played it was when I played the arcade version several months earlier. Anyway, this made me wanna dust off the Dreamcast and fire up the original disc again. Really fun game. Alright, onto the review:
Back in 1999, when Power Stone was released, I had never tried the original arcade version EVER. And I never played the game until I played a demo of it on a demo disc that came with the Dreamcast we got for that Christmas. Now, Power Stone is a franchise created by Capcom, who are also known for other legendary games and franchises, like Ghosts N Goblins, Street Fighter
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review: Transformers 2007
My grandfather took me out today, and I decided to see this movie in theaters a second time. I was never much of a fan of the full-length features that Michael Bay directed, but he did direct some cool music videos, like Gregg Allman's "I'll Be Holding On" (from the movie "Black Rain"), and Meat Loaf's "I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" (in addition to the other two videos from "Bat Out Of Hell II"), however, Bay really surprised me with this film. It was a really great and fun movie. It was so good that that's why I felt the need to see it in theaters a second time. I wouldn't exactly say Bay did his homework for this film, because some of the things the Autobots and Decepticons turn into are not what they turned into in the cartoon, like Ironhide turns into a pick up truck instead of a van, and Megatron turning into a plane instead of a gun. But those aside. It's an awesome film. There was also some good bits of humor in there too. Such as the part where Sam (Shia LaBeo
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review: Top Gun - NES
I had known about this game for years, but I never got to play it until 1998. I was a bit afraid to like it or be a fan of it, because I wasn't a fan of the movie at the time. But the more I played it, the more I liked it. I've been a fan of this game long before I was a fan of the film. I didn't even become a fan of the film until 2002. Anyway, let's get to the review:This game has nothing to do with the movie, but based on the intro from the second Top Gun game (Top Gun:The Second Mission, also a good game), you ARE Maverick flying the plane. Maverick must complete 4 missions:The first mission is a training mission high up in the sky. The second mission is fought above the sea, the third one is fought in the desert, and the last one is fought in Outer Space. Despite having nothing to do with the film, this game is great. It's a flight sim, and it's easy to get into. It's not too complicated or confusing like most other flight sims are. You don't have to fly around and look for
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review: Konami Antiques - MSX
The Action Replay for the Sega Saturn is a great device to own. You can play any import Saturn game on it no problem. One of the import Sega Saturn games I own, not to mention one that I purchased only a couple months back, is "Konami Antiques - MSX Collection". I haven't tried all the games on it yet, because many of them don't look too interesting, and I've played alot of MSX Roms on emulators, and most MSX games look like shit. Anyway, these are the games on it:
- Konami's Boxing
- Konami's Ping Pong
- Hyper Sports 2
- Hyper Sports 3
- Konami's Golf
- Konami's Billiards
- Konami's Tennis
- Konami's Soccer
- Konami Rally
- Road Fighter
- Sky Jaguar
- Gradius
- Ambition of Gofer
- Super Cobra
- TwinBee
- Gradius 2
- Time Pilot
- Parodius
- Salamander
- Mopiranger
- Antarctic Adventure
- Penguin Adventure
- Yie Ar KUNG-FU
- Yie Ar KUNG-FU 2
- Athletic Land
- Magical Tree
- Knightmare
- Comic Bakery
- Pippols
- King's Valley
This collection is probably the closest I'll ever get to ownin
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review: Lethal Enforcers
In the early 90's, when I was a small child. I thought this game was THE SHIT. First time I played it was when my older brother rented the Genesis version, and I fucking loved it. The digitized graphics, the music, the voices, everything. It was fun to play back in 1992/93, and it's still fun to play to this day. Without it, we wouldn't have games like Time Crisis or Virtua Cop or any of those. The game is set in modern day Chicago. You're a newly recruited police officer, and you're objective is simple:Clean up the town from the scum that terrorize it. There's 5 stages starting with foiling a simple bank robbery, followed by stopping an assault on Chinatown by a gang of assassins, then a hijack at the airport, a drug deal at the harbor, and then a showdown at the chemical plant. There's also these shooting practice stages every now and then. There's 6 different ranks in the game. You start off as a Patrolman, and you work your way up to Detective, Sergeant, Captain, Lieutenant, and if
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Mike Roach
United States
Current Residence: New Jersey
Favourite genre of music: Hard Rock, and stuff from mostly the 70s and 80s
Operating System: Windows XP
MP3 player of choice: iPod
Favourite cartoon character: General Hawk from GI Joe (1991-1992 show)
Personal Quote: Don't get mad, get even.
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1996... That was quite a year. Lots of things (some good, others very bad) happened. Bill Clinton was re-elected, The Onion (which I don't think I've ever read) made it's debut, Sublime's legendary posthumous self-titled album (not their best, but still good) was released, The Ramones played their last show ever during that year's Lollapalooza, 2Pac was killed, An unknown 6 year old named JonBenet Ramsey was murdered and became a big news story (that poor kid! It's so sad she had to die so young.), Duke Nukem 3D was unleashed on the world, my 10th birthday occured, and I don't remember what happened on it, Mr. Big relased their timeless masterpiece:"Hey Man", movies such as Independence Day, Twister, Jerry Maguire, The Nutty Professor, Space Jam, Jingle All The Way, and Mars Attacks! (the second and third of those movies I just mentioned I've never seen, and the first one I don't think I've seen in whole, but I have seen it), Van Halen had released their first ever "Best Of" collection, and a little blue robot video game character by the name of Mega Man (known in Japan as "Rockman"), who I've known about for years and never really got into 'til this moment in time, had changed my life (I do miss those days!). In April of that year, Atlantic Records, the greatest record company of all time, who had released other great soundtrack albums like St. Elmo's Fire, The Crow, and Batman Forever had released a soundtrack album for The Blue Bomber's doomed cartoon show, which I had also gained a new interest in, but didn't know what channel it was on, though I had seen it before. Anyway, I was unaware of this underrated soundtrack's existance until late 1996 (don't remember which month. I think it was October) during a trip to Wal-Mart by my mother's mother's house, and I was looking at video games, and my younger brother told me that mother had found a Mega Man soundtrack, and I was so excited! I couldn't get it then though, and I had to wait. :( I wouldn't get it until Thanksgiving night of that year (after all the guests had gone home). The thing that shocked me was that Atlantic Records had released it, and I had made up a fake soundtrack to a fake Mega Man game I made up (I used to make up a ton of stuff that wasn't real back then. I would draw screen shots and boxes and shit. It was silly, but hey, I was 10, so give me a break!), and I had pretended that Atlantic had released that soundtrack too. Anyway, between those two days, I had found out that the TV show was on Channel 11, and I tried to watch it whenever I had the chance. (I was usually at school most of the times it was on, and it later got moved to early in the morning while I was still asleep, then back to the previous time slot minus thirty minutes.) And I had slowly been building up my fixation with The Blue Bomber whatever ways I could. I had gotten the second Mega Man game for the Game Boy and Mega Man 6 for the old 8-bit NES between the day we went to Wal-Mart and Thanksgiving (I'm not sure if I got MMII before then). Before those two, the only MM titles we had owned were Mega Man 2 and the first Mega Man X title, which my younger brother was hooked on, and his obsession sparked my fixation with the classic MM, which is the only MM I was interested in when it started (I never really got into the X series until the 4th one came out). And I got MM1 like (I think) a week before Christmas, and I was happy, because I finally got to play the game that started it all, and I loved it (it's currently my favorite game of all time). Anyway, on Thanksgiving Day, when I finally got that soundtrack to the cartoon, I was SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO happy, and I had discovered the greatness of bands I never heard of before (Skid Row, Sugar Ray, CIV, and others) and two I had known of, but didn't recognize right away (Mr. Big, Inner Circle). I was so obsessed with the CD that I played it so damn much. Sometimes I'd get yelled at for playing this or be told to stop playing it, because I played it so much! I got in trouble a couple of times at school if I remember correctly for singing some of these songs, like Extra Fancy's "Sinnerman" or Junior M.A.F.I.A.'s "Realms of Junior MAFIA Part 2" (the latter was my #1 favorite track on the CD the first day I heard it, and it changed to Sugar Ray's "Iron Mic" the second day), and I had even copied the CD to tape at one point to listen to when I went out in public. I even took it to school with me in a walkman, and had the bus driver play it on the way to school and back home. During this time period, I had also drawn various comic books about Mega Man (most of them remain incomplete) that I was proud of now, but when I look at them nowadays, I just think their downright silly (not to mention stupid), plus I copied off of other stuff for some of these stories, like the Christmas Special, which I had copied off of "Beavis & Butt-head Do Christmas". And during that time frame, there were some great websites that aren't around anymore. :( (sigh) Those were the days. I was young, innocent (well maybe not quite), and careless with hardly any worry in the world. I was a happy little boy. Nowadays I worry constantly, and it really sucks, and I don't get the kind of thrills I got back then, although there are times where I try desperately to recapture a certain moment from the old days. I still get great thrills from certain things, but I just don't get the kind I got from late 1996 to part of 1997. Yep, that period of time had some of my greatest memories. I have plans to celebrate my 10 years of being a [b]true[/b] fan of MM for the next few months. Sometimes I try a little TOO HARD to recapture a certain moment or so from one of my previous years. I also think that in 1996, I became eager to build up my own musical universe after Mega Man, and not just be into whatever my parents or siblings were into. I didn't watch MTV or VH1 back then, so it was hard (don't really watch either of 'em nowadays, because they both totally suck now), plus I was still shy and nervous around this time. Plus most of the stuff I heard on the radio and elsewhere at that time was all this european dance music that I couldn't stand, and some alternative rock like Matchbox Twenty, and Hootie & the Blowfish, which I didn't really care for at the time, but I would gain new appreciation for them (not all at once) years later. Some of the music I was hooked on at that time included:

Skunk Anansie - Weak (I wonder what ever happened to that Mission:Impossible CD I had that had this song on it. That song was pretty cool. And I don't think I've heard anything else by that group to this day, and I haven't heard the song in 9 years I don't think.)
The Hollowbodies - Driver
Skid Row - Eileen
Smile - She
Sugar Ray - Iron Mic
Junior M.A.F.I.A. - Realms of Junior MAFIA Pt. 2
Machines of Loving Grace - Tryst
Extra Fancy - Sinnerman
CIV - So Far, So Good...So What
Mr. Big - Take Cover
The Bucketheads - Got Myself Together
Inner Circle - Signs, I Can't Take It
Michael Hutchence - The Passenger
Van Halen - Dreams
Underworld - Cowgirl
The Prodigy - Voodoo People
The Prodigy - One Love
Orbital - Halcyon & On & On
Urban Dance Squad - Good Grief
Machines of Loving Grace - Richest Junkie Still Alive (Sank remix)
Tom Jones - It's Not Unusual
U2 - Discotheque
R. Kelly - I Believe I Can Fly
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
Green Jellÿ - Three Little Pigs
Various songs by "Weird Al" Yankovic
The Smashing Pumpkins - The End is the Beginning is the End
Moloko - Fun For Me

Alot of the songs I just mentioned I still really love, but some I just don't really care for anymore, preferabally anything techno. There was one point in 1997 where I was obsessed with techno like Underworld and The Prodigy, but kinda hate that kinda stuff now. But I still do have a small liking for house, such as Kenny Dope. There's other good music that came out in 1996 that I either was

A.Never interested in at the time
or B.Never knew about until now

Good music that came out in 1996:

Songs:
Kenny Loggins - For the First Time
Journey - Message of Love
Mr. Big - Take Cover
Phil Collins - The Times They Are A-Changin'
Bad Religion - Punk Rock Song
7 Year ***** - Crying Shame
Roland Gift - That's How Strong My Love Is (yep, the FYC guy)
Afghan Whigs - can't get enough of your love babe (REALLY ROCKIN' cover of this old Barry White tune!)
Bryan Adams - The Only Thing That Looks Good on Me Is You (I like this song despite the silliness of it)
Dru Hill - Never Make A Promise
Hootie & the Blowfish - Sad Caper
matchbox twenty - Real World (what the hell is Rob Thomas doing with his solo career? It sounds nothing like MB20, in fact, it kinda sucks!)
Extra Fancy - Sinnerman
Mr. Big - Take Cover
Poe - Angry Johnny
Rush - Test for Echo
Scorpions - You And I
Stone Temple Pilots - Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart
Sublime - Santeria
Tina Turner - Missing You (great cover, but John Waite's original version is better.)
Van Halen - Humans Being
"Weird Al" Yankovic - Amish Paradise
Ween - Piss Up a Rope

Albums:
7 Year ***** - Gato Negro
Rush - Test for Echo
Various Artists - Mega Man
Various Artists - Space Jam
Mr. Big - Hey Man
Bad Religion - The Gray Race (not the best BR album, but also not by any means bad)
Extra Fancy - Sinnerman
Various Artists - Beautiful Girls
Phil Collins - Dance Into the Light
Sublime - Sublime (not a bad album, but it will never top "40 Oz. to Freedom")
"Weird Al" Yankovic - Bad Hair Day
Stone Temple Pilots - Tiny Music...Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop

Also:Yesterday, I had gone to the Wal-Mart where I first discovered the MM OST's existance, and I had brought my iPod Video and watched some of the MM AMVs I made (three were the Extra Fancy, Mr. Big and CIV ones) to try and remember what it was like on that 1996 day (whatever day it may be, I don't remember), or savor the moment or whatever the expression was. And I had a great time! It felt so good. I think I better stop now. It took a long time to write this, and it drained my energy I think or whatever the term is. BTW:Yes, the majority of the songs I was obsessed with and hooked on from late 1996 to part of 1997 were from soundtrack albums.

Q:So what was the point of this?
A:Nothing really. I was just reminiscing about the old days.

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