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So the crew finally decide on a name and it's on we have had for years. Join the crew as they discuss the latest takes on music, movies and other stuff you might not know. it's the most shocking podcast on iTunes and the awards are sure to follow….other podcast, not ours…….
This is a first test show of a new show brought to you by Guerillatron. Produced by Apple, come meet his crew as they start their own show and takes on the latest music, bands, movies and other news from around the net. It’s a first show of it’s kind and you might laugh a little…ok maybe a lot…it’s Apple’s crew, what do you expect!
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It's here! 2011 E3 has come and gone and we give you a full review of the biggest winners and losers from this years E3. The GT CREW gives you their scores and who they felt won out of the big 3!
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Today we received info of a new 5 part mini-series titled Star Wars: The Old Republic: The Lost Suns. In this new short story we get the background on what is truly happening between the the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire during the cease fire. In it, Theron Shan- son of former Grand Master of the Jedi Order – Satele Shan, is a spy sent on a mission into Imperial space.
This new set of books will make it's debut with issue #1 hitting comic book stores on June 8th. It is written by Alexander Freed who also wrote the Blood of the Empire series.
Yes you see that right everyone! The video game worlds most famous femme is back with the reboot of Tomb Raider! The newly designed Lara Croft is younger (21) and a bit more evenly proportioned. Not only is there an announcement of the new game but this fantastic cinematic trailer. Feast your eyes on the beauty that is the new Tomb Raider.
Today we were treated with a new trailer for the upcoming DC Comics legend Batman: Arkham City. Not only does it show the Bats but we also get to see gameplay of none other than Catwoman herself! That's right…looks like Catwoman will be playable in the sequel which hit's U.S. shores on October 18th.
Apple, Terran Hawkins and DragonD Shawn embark on a quest to find the elusive high score for Crysis 2 and LA Noire, only to discover that Pirates of the Caribbean is a hot topic amongst the Unlimited Crew.
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We here at Guerillatron are HUGE wrestling fans, but more so most of us grew up with the ol'school 80's-90's wrestling allstars. when the news came out that Randy Macho Man Savage had passed away, it was really hard to believe. Not many things can make a grown man cry but when a larger then life 100% pure beast of a man passes…your damn right we will shed a tear!
Now for me, i am a Ultimate Warrior diehard fan myself, in fact, in elementary someone told me the warrior died and i body slammed the kid for lying. i love the guy pure then white on snow, so when i was checking on old matches that randy had with the ultimate warrior i came across a video tribute that the ultimate warrior did himself to the Macho Man. so to my brother and all Macho Man fans all over the world this is a warriors tribute to a true Man!
So Macho Man we believe in what your friend the ultimate warrior said and we will do the same….we will not say Rest in Peace either….we will see you in the long highway fighting your way to the top.
Strange Tides Indeed. . .
The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has always been full of action and adventure. It's had wonderful storylines that took you the moviegoer to strange and exotic locales and had you cheering on your favorite characters as you got to know them through their personalities, quirks and flaws. It's great over the top sequences, witty banter between familiar protagonists and antagonists, plot twists and triumphs have made it a must see summer blockbuster franchise. But Stranger Tides falls short in a few areas that keep it from living up to it's full potential.
On Stranger Tides is a story about the search for the fountain of youth. The story starts with Jack being recruited to lead an expedition to find Ponce De Leone's fabled fountain, but he's not the only one searching for the treasure. The famous pirate Blackbeard is also searching for the magical fountain to avoid a prophecy which sees him dead at the hands of a one legged man. And yet a third party sets out to find the Spanish adventurers bounty intent on keeping the fountain from being misused by ner-do-wells. In the process, Jack comes across an old flame who he has unfinished business with. The film has it's usual "Pirates" formula of plot twists, betrayal, and overall adventurous fun.
The movie is packed with new faces as some of the familiar ones from the franchises' past did not return. Gone are Will Turner(Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth Swann(Keira Knightley). Along with other secondary characters like the lovable, bumbling first mates Pintel and Ragetti, or the pint sized Marty the midget. These absences play a big part as the movie is a bit long and at times slows down to a snails pace. This problem is brought to the forefront when the main characters who you've come to love aren't on screen. When a franchise that's in it's fourth outing changes most of it's winning cast, its hard to feel a connection with the new players in a two hour timespan. At times I watched the movie with a lack of interest because you didn't care about who the new people were or what was happening to them. The performances were good but a lack of connection with new faces caused a discord.
Returning to reprise his role as lovable Captain Jack Sparrow is the ever charismatic Johnny Depp, who gives his usual spot on performance. Also returning, Geoffrey Rush as Barbossa, Jacks on again off again partner and rival for the rule of the coveted Black Pearl pirate ship. Kevin McNally reprises his role as Gibbs, Jack Sparrow's trusty sidekick. One of the new faces this time around is Penelope Cruz who play Angelica, a lovely mysterious female pirate with ties to Jacks past. Also new to the franchise is Ian McShane who gives an inspired performance as the famed pirate, Blackbeard. In the end, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides has a good story and great performances from the old staples. It even gives you new faces to get to know but the overall lack of friendly faces from past Pirates movies leaves this movie with just a mediocre rating.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides gets 2 1/2 stars review by Lethal Bhudda
Other Editor's Rating: 3 1/2 stars review by Apple