Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Expendables

This looks pretty damn awesome!

Monday, March 29, 2010

Four Years Of Podcasting

This may seem a little silly to everyone else, but it's a really cool thing to me. Four years ago Alana and I started podcasting with Animal Crossing Friends episode 1. A lot has happened in that time, believe me, and it's been great to have this constant connection with my sister all the while. I really feel like doing the podcast has helped us remain close since we've been adults. It's a fun thing we share, and something I cherish. Whether we get together once a month or once a week, it's always great to get on the mic and do what we do best. Make each other laugh.

Yea, I think getting older is making me more sentimental. What, you wanna fight about it!?

Friday, March 26, 2010

Easter Bunny

We took Rhys to see the Easter Bunny last night. He was so good. Just like when we went to see Santa, he sat there and smiled like a pro.

He's so used to mugging for the camera, he probably wonders why there's not a camera pointed at him 24/7.

I wonder that, too.

Monday, March 22, 2010

My Mom's On Facebook!

This is the best thing you will see this week. Trust me.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Silverlight Gamercard

I have to admit, this Silverlight gamercard by is pretty damn snazzy.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Monday, March 08, 2010

Law Abiding Gamer

I didn't plan it this way, but we ended up watching a couple of Gerard Butler movies here lately. Thanks to a free Red Box code we watched Law Abiding Citizen last week. It was awesome! I really didn't know what to expect, since I never really heard much about this movie besides the commercials. It starts out pretty hardcore and just keeps going. I highly recommend it.

On the flip side is Gamer. While this wasn't the worst video game related movie (it beats Stay Alive by a mile), it definitely could have been worse. Basically this Bill Gates kind of guy develops a way to put nanites in your brain so that you can be controlled remotely. He creates a Sony Home type place called Society and a Halo type game called Slayers.

It felt a little like The Running Man meets Deathrace (the one with Jason Statham). It wasn't that bad of a movie really. The action was pretty good. The plot was iffy, but that wasn't a surprise at all.

I like it how Hollywood has discovered nano-bots as a convenient plot device to explain all sorts of stuff in movies.

Monday, March 01, 2010

Tim Burton Sucks!

Further proof that Tim Burton is a hack!