Author: Luis Gutierrez

Oh hi didn't see you walk in. Well first things first thanks for reading my article! Means a lot to me, and I know NerdBot likes it as well. If you're curious about me I'm a journalist major who uses what I learn at school and applies it to NerdBot. I love to cosplay, read comics, play videos you know nerd stuff. Feel free to contact me [email protected]

The Orient Express is certainly different from most movies. Going into it you have to know it’s not a typical block buster movie. Instead it’s very grounded with good acting to back it all up. With that being said let’s dive into it. For starters, the first act starts somewhat slow with kind of pointless things going around. Just for the sole purpose to prove of how much of a great detective our protagonist really is. As well as tons of jumping back and forth of all the characters in the movie, so that way they’ve all been introduced and…

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Disney it’s hard not to love them, they do pretty much everything to keep you entertained. If it’s not an animated movie, Star Wars, Marvel Studios, theme parks the list goes on and on. And it seems like they’re in no shortage of press whatsoever. But for a brief time gap they banned the LA Times from early screening. The reasoning behind this is a little interesting. Early in September the Time reported on an investigative piece on how Anaheim that host Disneyland, essentially gets away with a lot. A big factor due to how much money they contribute to…

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There’s been a debate recently in the Star Wars community, one that’s causing a rift amongst fans. And it wither or not Luke is still one of the good guys. Well I got some good news for you all the man Mark Hamill himself debunked everything by claiming he still is a Jedi. You may be asking yourself “how did this whole argument start?” well the answer is simple. It was all over a poster that was released, and a the one trailer that was dropped 6 months ago. Where Luke says “It’s time for the Jedi to end”. That…

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Well I must say that Marvel has out done themselves this time around. It seems to be that they keep upping the stakes with every movie lately, Thor being a perfect example of it. They really got out of there comfort zone and it really paid off. It was clear from the opening scene what type of movie this was going to be, an action comedy flick. Which isn’t new at all for them (hints Guardians of the Galaxy 1-2 and Spiderman). But it was new for the character of Thor, sure he does have some comedic parts in his…

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Source: DC. Growing up as a kid I always had a passion for comics and video games. It was simple compared to how it is now, even with Superman, Spider-Man, Batman movies. Reading comics was amazing. It was a great way for me to escape the everyday life and see how it is to live in my favorite superhero’s life, just as video games helped expand my creativity. Everything changed once Iron Man came out. The impact it had on society was huge. Everyone now loved comics. Within the last couple of years a new trend was born. The trend is…

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This year LA Comic Con was amazing. It was hard to pick what part of it was better than the other. Maybe it was seeing Stan Lee himself, or being able to see everyone in cosplay, or even all the amazing panels they had! This was the first year that it was officially called “LA Comic Con” after years of being called “Stan Lee’s Comikaze.” Being able to call it LA Comic Con just feels right, especially being a native to LA. It’s about time LA can say we have our own Comic Con. But it’s something about these cons…

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