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Movie Review: Assassin's Creed

They say video game to film adaptations don't work. And for the most part, they're right. But I'm here to tell you, I have seen the light. And I know of a couple of instances when they did in fact, "work". Firstly, work is relative. Subjective. What the movie-goer thinks is a "success" is probably very different from motion picture studio opinions and vice versa. I don't know of any film based on a game that went from game, to movie, to blockbuster, but let's not bite off more than we can chew. Baby steps. Let's start out by discussing films that are based on video games, and are Watchable. Assassin's Creed makes the mark. The other movie that comes to mind is Warcraft. Box office success (o

Movie Review: Fight For Space

Earlier today, I posted to Instagram that I wanted to see five films by the weekend's end. So far, so good! I just finished watching "Fight For Space" on-demand, and have some thoughts I'd like to share with you. I'm not gonna lie, it was equal parts awesome, and depressing. Why is it awesome? Because it's ninety minutes of some highly-notable scientists, engineers, astronauts, and space exploration advocates pouring their hearts out. You can sense the genuine dissatisfaction in their bones, as they share memories, as well as gripes. Simultaneously, the documentary-esque film is depressing because it does a great job of summarizing the last six or seven decades of America's space program, it

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