Someday this kid will look back and say...wow, I was awesome.
When Power Wheels meets the Halo, the result is the best toy you never had as a kid.
If it worked for Where the Wild Things Are, can it work for 300?
It's rare that cosplay is done right, when it is, it's worth seeing.
When I first heard about this idea, I have to admit that my first thought was that the US Army was setting up some sort of online gaming network in order to entice sixteen year-olds to trade in their Call of Duty 4 M-16 with red dot scope for a REAL M-16 with red dot scope, but I now realize I was too quick to judge.
Listen Megan Fox, it’s about time that someone put you in your damn place. I’ve been reading story after story about how every movie studio is attempting to hand you franchises on a silver platter, and how in return you usually end up making fun of them or passing on the project almost instantly. But really, who are you, and what give you right to laugh away these types of projects?
Love 'em or hate 'em, there is no middle ground here.
Some directors started as legends, but over time their projects have declined more and more and now they’re mediocre at best and Uwe Boll-esque at worst.
Freedom of speech? Please, everyone knows that doesn’t apply to video games.
Now that all the major events of the show are over, how did the big three stack up against each other?
Because some projects don’t exist, but should.
“Aluminum foil” and “Badass” never occupy the same sentence.
When Carlos Mencia got a Twitter account, I knew it was a great opportunity to see how one of our finest comedic minds works. He’s the Bad Boy of Comedy! Except only he himself called himself that and it was only to set up a joke about how that’s a silly thing to call someone. I believe the punchline was, “Bad Boy of Comedy!? Hey, watch out mang, that guy tells jokes!” I know what you’re thinking: Mencia? Twitter!? This is going to be great!!! Let’s see what he says!
You know, the ones your friends would repeat over and over until you wanted to beat them to death with a videocassette. Gosh!
There is no denying the contribution these characters have made to a genre otherwise dominated by men, and this list represents five of my favorite star hoppin’, cyborg bustin’ and alien blastin’ women in all the universe. They are bold, resourceful, intelligent, sexy and tough as nails. I know I wouldn’t mess with them that’s for sure, but enough jabbering on. Let’s get down to business.