For all the talk of a revived, reborn Metallica we have all been pretty realistic in what to expect from the first album from the metal legends in 4-years. We know we will never see another Master of Puppets from this band, that energy and power died ages ago and wasn’t nearly as financially lucrative as the brand of alterna-metal they developed in the 90’s. But this album does bring back some of what we expected of Metallica back in the days.
I have had only one listen to TV On the Radio’s newest album Dear Science, so you’ll have to forgive me that this is not an in depth analysis of the new album but just a collection of my initial thoughts. On first listen I’m going to have to say that this is a slightly weaker album then Return to Cookie Mountain was, but then I said the same thing about Return compared with Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes and that opinion has certainly changed since then.
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Last night’s Walking Dead episode featured no epic prison battle scenes ending with old, crippled men getting their heads chopped off, but it’s safe to say that “The Grove” was the most brutal episode of the season, if not of the entire series. Only four actors were(minus the zombies) were featured in the episode, and it’s this writer’s opinion that all four of them-Melissa McBride(Carol), Chad Colemon(Tyreese), Brighton Sharbino(Lizzie), and Kyla Kennedy(Mika)-deserve an Emmy nomination for their performances.
The excitement meter is running high for the much anticipated sequel to Fox’s X-Men franchise. Though it is still roughly two months away from its domestic release (it is set to open May 23 this year), entertainment and movie news portals are running wild about “what woulds” in the said movie.
So, I have made a compilation of the major things we, the moviegoers and fans, can expect from Days of Future Past. (Warning: major spoiler ahead)
Both films may tackle different story plots and may go on to make franchises in varying poles but both undeniably reach out to the same group of audience – that is Need for Speed reaches out to the same crowd who loved the Fast and Furious installments.
But which car movie dominates the other?