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Hello and welcome to the Adaptation Nation, population: me.
Several months back I figured I'd try my hand at reviewing movies on this so-called 'internet'. I figured, "Hey, I'm opinionated, funny, and I have a camera and a nice hat. Why the hell not?" I've been posting videos on Youtube for a couple months now, but due to various issues with logging in and whatnot, this is the first time I've been able to post here.
With that said, what is the Adaptation Nation? Simply put, it's a weekly (ideally; production has fallen a bit behind lately while I finish exams) show examining bad, strange, and unintentionally hilarious film adaptations, remakes, or sequels of good properties. For my inaugural review, I took a look at the Get Smart movie. Comments, criticisms, and respectful disagreement are welcome. Enjoy!...
GI Joe is back for another review at the hands of me, the Reckoning Reviewer! With the Rock, a new badass Cobra Commander, and more ninja action, is this superior to the first movie?
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review (WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD!)
Hey everyone me again. The Amazing Spider-Man came out in Ireland/UK today so I thought I may as well share my thoughts. First we’ll get into the premise.
The film follows Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) as he is about to graduate from high school. He is still Spider-Man and is still with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) and he is fighting to keep the promise of staying away from her like he promised her deceased father Captain Stacy (Dennis Leary). Meanwhile an old friend of Peter’s Harry Osborn (Dane Dehaan) returns after being absent for a long time but things don’t seem right with him nor the company Oscorp who seem to have big connections to Peter’s past more specifically his parents. As well as all this Peter must face a new enemy Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx) who becomes Electro a powerful force to be reckoned with that only Spider-Man can stop but the question is how much will he sacrifice to save the day?...