The Dark Knight Lives (SEVEN)

Katherine Kane was sitting on the couch in the living room of her rugged three-room apartment watching the news. Her stony gaze was locked onto the television screen as the footage of the four bodies being pulled out of the river was being shown over and over again, news analysts and reporters relaying the horrific scene.

Every window in the apartment was closed, keeping each room in persistent darkness but Katherine liked it that way. Sometimes she didn’t want to see the light of day. Sometimes the beautiful sky reminded her of what she had lost. Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (SEVEN)

My Theory about C-3PO

C-3PO has been a constant presence throughout the Star Wars movies and with The Rise of Skywalker bringing the Skywalker Saga to an end it seems that J.J Abrams is going to give C-3PO more to do this time around other than just running around getting on the heroes’ nerves and spewing doom and gloom as he embarks on this incredible adventure.

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My Review of ‘Rango’

Rango, it’s a movie I had completely forgotten existed until yesterday. Back when it came out in 2011 I vaguely remember seeing it. I was thirteen at the time. At that age, the story didn’t grasp me and I ended up forgetting 98% of the movie. I could only distinctly remember that the film was a bit strange.

Eight years later, I’m twenty-one, I just watched the film for only the second time in my life, and now I can say I finally understand it. Yes, it is strange but its uniqueness is what makes it stand out among all of the animated films that I’ve seen.

Rango may be rated PG and designed for children but honestly, I don’t feel like it’s a children’s movie. Continue reading My Review of ‘Rango’

QI’RA: Chapter Forty-Four

Leaving Coruscant

Captain Peer couldn’t believe what had happened. Since the party the previous evening Crimson Dawn leader Qi’ra had nearly been assassinated, her bodyguard, the stern cyborg woman named T-38 was dead, and her top lieutenant was apparently the orchestrator of Qi’ra’s attempted assassination.

As he walked across the tarmac filled with Star Destroyers alongside a subtly seething Qi’ra he could only think of one thing to say: “I knew your top lieutenant was untrustworthy.” Continue reading QI’RA: Chapter Forty-Four