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Solo Review

“Never tell me the reviews!” In the continuing adventures of the Star Wars Stories, we come to the origin story of everybody’s favorite scruffy-looking, nerf herder. Han Solo finally gets his chance to go solo in the limelight. How does it hold up? Let’s find out! Story The story is …

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Deadpool 2 Non- Spoiler Review

Your favorite mercenary who won’t shut up is back in his all new sequel! Ladies and gentlemen, Deadpool 2 is now in theaters!!! Yes, friends, the much anticipated Deadpool 2 is back with more humor, more violence and more fourth wall breaking as Ryan Reynolds returns as the title character. …

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Temple of Geek Reviews Solo Must Die

Who’s ready for Solo to be released in theaters? I know I am. Ever since I saw the space fur coat that Lando Calrissian was wearing in the trailer, I’ve been excited and I can’t wait until Memorial Day Weekend for the Solo film to be released. However, in the …

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Avengers: Infinity War Review

“Thanos demands your review.” You know what this movie is! We don’t need any fancy introduction. You came here to find out if Marvel is handling this massive cross-over well, and I’m here to tell you. Now, I warn you, some things may be considered spoilers. I will do my …

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Temple of Geek Reviews Traffik

Are you ready for an action packed movie that’s going to ignite your summer movie experience? Are you ready for a cast of extremely talented actors, who are passionate about their craft and are here to entertain you? I bet you are, and you think this article is about the …

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Temple Of Geek Chic: Castle Corsetry

Temple of Geek Chic is back this week with a look at the geeky fashions coming out of Castle Corsetry. Lauren Matesic of Castle Corsetry is an award-winning designer. She has been sewing since she was a child and she has been making corset since she was a teenager. She …

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TOG Reviews: Dare to be Wild

Dare to be Wild is an ambitious and breathtaking story about Irishwoman, Mary Reynolds and her journey to become the gold medal winner at the Chelsea Flower Show in Chelsea, London, England. Directed by Vivienne De Courcy, the film is filled with great performances from the cast, notably from Emma …

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Ready Player One Review

  “Review the Oasis!” A love letter to the 1980s, Ready Player One is one of the most anticipated movies this year thanks to Steven Spielberg taking the director’s chair of this adaptation of the book of the same name by Ernest Cline. The book has a rather split audience, …

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Pacific Rim: Uprising Review

  “Reset the clock!” Pacific Rim made a splash in 2013 as a loving tribute by Guillermo Del Toro to the genre of mecha anime. Its threatening Kaiju, towering Jaegers, and earth-shaking action makes it one of the best live action adaptations of an anime genre ever. So how does …

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Aaron Reviews!!!: Tomb Raider

Continuing with the wave of reboots we’ve been getting lately with movies, Lara Croft returns with the latest reboot of the Tomb Raider series. The most recent take on the popular video game heroine is a more grounded and more realistic version, much like the one we get in the …

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Aaron Reviews: Dear Dictator

Have you ever woken up and thought, “what’s Jason Biggs been up to?” Well check out Dear Dictator and you’ll soon find out as this coming of age comedy brings a lot of old and a lot of new when it comes to talent with the casting of this film. …

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Danniel’s Toy Chest Reviews – Dinobot Swoop

Swoop

On this episode, I review Hasbro’s Trasformers: Power of the Primes Dinobot Swoop. He was released December of 2017. He was part of the first wave of Deluxe Transformers that included Jazz, Dinobot Slug, and Dreadwing. After you watch the video, take a look at the gallery below. There you …

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Black Panther Review

  Wakanda forever! A solo movie for my favorite Marvel superhero? Yes pease! First introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther has had movie audiences excited to see him in his own movie ever since his debut. When we started getting designs and trailers …

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Temple of Geek Chic: Jordandené

Hey Guys! Welcome to our first installment of Temple of Geek Chic! The goal here is to showcase Geek Fashion we love and put it to the geek test! We use real geeks as models and we check out different ways to incorporate Geek Style into our daily lives! We …

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REVIEW: The End of the F***ing World

“People can’t be answers. They’re just more questions.” Those words are just some of the many that define the achingly raw undercurrent flowing through Netflix’s newest exclusive comedy series. Based on Charles Forsman’s graphic novel of the same name, The End of the F***ing World follows “a budding teen psychopath …

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Let’s Review: The Last Jedi

  Star Wars: The Last Jedi is here and the #WaitForVIII is finally over. Clocking in at 2 hours and 32 minutes, this movie works to embrace its epic status in pop culture with the continuing growth of Rey’s Force abilities, Kylo Ren’s inner struggle against what’s left of Ben …

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Justice League’s Chance for Redemption.

I feel bad whenever I start a review like this, but: I went into this movie with low expectations. It may seem a bit harsh to say, but, to be fair, the DCEU has earned their reputation of not having a clear focus and well-received vision of their films since …

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Tragedy Girls: A Whole New Era of Horror

Going in to watching the Tragedy Girls I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. The previews left you curious to say the least. The all-star lineup of actors like Josh Hutcherson and Brianna Hildebrand, this was set up to be quite the interesting flick. Although one might assume that horror …

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Blade Runner 2049 Review

  Do reviewers dream of critical sheep? As a sequel to the classic 1982 movie set loosely in the world of Phillip K. Dick’s “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep,” Blade Runner 2049 had a lot to live up to. Does it succeed, or is it better off retired? Let’s …

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