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The Intrepid Explorer: First Flight Out Now!

I am most happy to announce that my first novel, The Intrepid Explorer: First Flight is now finally available to buy via Amazon! The Intrepid Explorer: First Flight follows the adventure of a disjointed group of refugees, who need to work together and learn to trust and rely upon each other in order to survive,…

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Black Widow (2021) – The worst MCU film ever made

For years fans of the character have been begging Marvel Studios to give us a solo Black Widow movie. Then they went and killed her off in Avengers: Endgame. So what else is there to tell about her? Not much really. At least according to the new Black Widow film that finally made its way…

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Cap is back! – Falcon and the Winter Soldier Review

Captain America: Winter Soldier is a masterpiece. Captain America and the Winter Solider aka The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, is very different from its namesake and therefore cannot exactly be compared 1:1. The former was an action-packed political thriller and a story about two friends. The latter could be described the same, but the…

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Community – the greatest Show ever made #sixseasonsandamovie

A magical coincidence For years I declared to anyone who would listen that Firefly is and always will be the greatest show ever made. It’s diversity and rich human storytelling in only 14 short episodes (and one movie) was breathtaking. However, secretly, I always knew that Firefly would not be able to stand the test…

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Arrow(verse) – an end and a new beginning

In 2005 Christopher Nolan shocked the world with his surprisingly well-made gritty Batman Begins. In 2012 the trilogy came to a close with The Dark Knight Rises. The Dark Knight trilogy was a resounding success and is one of the reasons why superhero films became mainstream blockbuster films. Of course, we already had the Sam…

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The Mandalorian – A New Hope

Disney+ has only launched in a few countries thus far, but those that still have to wait for it have something to look forward to. The Mandalorian is both Disney’s first Direct-to-Streaming and live-action Star Wars television series and it delivers. At the time of writing, I was able to see the first four episodes…

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Life is like a set of revolving doors.

As I get older, I find more and more that life is about the connections we share. No, this post is not inspired by Hideo Kojima’s new game Death Stranding, as I have not played it yet, though I have been thinking about starting to write game reviews too. Let me know if you’d be…

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Rogue One – The only Rogue Story

I saw Rogue One when it hit theaters, but did not feel like giving it a full blown review then, as I was very conflicted. People seemed to really like it and I wanted to like it, but the truth is, I didn’t. Don’t get me wrong, Rogue One is still one of the best…

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Guardians (2017) – The Russian Avengers Spoof

(At least I hope it is meant as a spoof…) Guardians is one of those really weird high-budget films that doesn’t act like it deserves its high budget. Let’s get right down to it. The film has the feel of a major blockbuster film, but at the same time the writing is so bad, you…

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IO (2019) – The MacGuffin

Thus far, Netflix only counts 13 original Sci-Fi films their own. It is all the more disappointing that one of their newest entries, IO, is a big letdown. The concept is great. We meet Sam (Margaret Qualley), a young woman (probably in her early twenties, but not quite clear) and one of the last people…

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