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Wayhomer Review #179: Guardians of the Galaxy 3D IMAX
Posted on 09.08.14 by Widge @ 12:53 pm
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Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix

It's Episode #179 for Guardians of the Galaxy, in which our protagonist is taken back to the sci-fi cheese of his (long dead) youth, appreciates the soundtrack (along with everyone else in the country) and is thrilled that Marvel has...so far at least...kept its track record going.
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Wayhomer Review #178: Maleficent
Posted on 07.17.14 by Widge @ 4:47 am
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Angelina Jolie as Maleficent

It's Episode #178 for Maleficent, in which our protagonist is willing to turn the original story on its head, creates an extended metaphor about a cheese allergy and really wants to strangle some pixies.
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Wayhomer Review #177: Snowpiercer
Posted on 07.07.14 by Widge @ 12:15 pm
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John Hurt, Chris Evans and Jamie Bell from Snowpiercer

It's Episode #177 for Snowpiercer, in which our protagonist has taken a ride on the crazy train, keeps thinking about just how well structured it is, and likens it all to a dystopian Jenga.
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Wayhomer Review #176: Godzilla (2014)
Posted on 07.04.14 by Widge @ 8:09 pm
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Godzilla 2014

It's Episode #176 for Godzilla, in which our protagonist discusses how his expectations might have done him in, gives some tips for a kaiju apocalypse, and advises you to take Ken Watanabe's advice.
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Wayhomer Review #175: How to Train Your Dragon 2
Posted on 06.17.14 by Widge @ 4:07 pm
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Hiccup from How to Train Your Dragon 2

It's Episode #175 for How to Train Your Dragon 2, in which our protagonist discusses the trepidation regarding sequels...especially sequels to good movies, problems with the film's trailer and how refreshing a non-ripoff 3D movie is...
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Wayhomer Review #174: Edge of Tomorrow
Posted on 06.14.14 by Widge @ 10:25 am
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Tom Cruise as Cage from Edge of Tomorrow

It's Episode #174 for Edge of Tomorrow, in which our protagonist is joined by Rox of Spazhouse, who's conquered several worlds. Together, they discuss Groundhog Day plus exoskeletons, fun with alien design and how to properly do a summer tentpole release.
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Review
Posted on 04.01.14 by Dom @ 10:21 pm
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Captain America: Winter Soldier

Written by: Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, based on the character by Joe Simon & Jack Kirby and a story by Ed Brubaker
Directed by: Anthony Russo & Joe Russo
Starring: Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Redford, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Cobie Smulders, Frank Grillo

Welcome to the 21st century, Cap.

Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to hit the ground running, much like (excuse the segue) Captain Steve Rogers does in The Winter Soldier. While the action scenes are much more influenced by Parkour as well as harder than they were before, the events here put the psyche of Captain America to an even harder test: How much can he take? And whom can he trust?

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Wayhomer Review #173: Medieval Times Atlanta
Posted on 03.25.14 by Widge @ 7:16 am
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Medieval Times: A Pair of Villains

The latest issue of Super-Villain Team-Up...

It's Episode #173 for Medieval Times Atlanta, in which our protagonist is joined by the wizard, Rox of Spazhouse. Together, they discuss the perils of giant owls, how to cheer for (and thus confuse) the villain, and how to raise your social standings through copious amounts of medieval beer.
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Wayhomer Review #172: Robocop (2014)
Posted on 03.15.14 by Widge @ 8:20 pm
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Joel Kinnaman as Robocop

'Well thank Christ for that...at least I have a real hand left so I can still unlock my iPhone 5S.'

It's Episode #172 for Robocop (2014), in which our protagonist enjoys back story and setup as much as the next bearded lunatic who can drive, but really wants the story to just get underway. Also, he defends remakes (no, really)...and applauds the new black color scheme for Robocop. It's just a sensible choice.
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Roots Aroma Black Original - Coffee Review
Posted on 03.14.14 by Widge @ 3:21 pm
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Roots Aroma Black Original Coffee

I believe I've complained before--and often--about a significant hole in the packaged, pre-made coffee arena. By that I mean: I've taken to drinking my coffee black. This because I realized a while back that with the amount of coffee I go through--and the accompanying sugar--I was expecting a collect call from Wilford Brimley at any moment. So when I'm traveling and there's not a live barista for miles and I pull into a gas station/convenience store--and the coffee might have been freshened sometime in the past 72 hours (maybe)--I want to grab a coffee that's already made. Starbucks, for example. They sell tasty Doubleshots and Mochas and whatnot in cans and bottles.

Know what they don't sell? Straight coffee. Black--no sugar, no cream. In fact, I've yet to run across an example in the southeastern U.S. You might have--and if so, I envy you. Because it seems that I have to go to Japan to get anything close to what I want.

I say "close," yes. Because on one hand, you get the taste of straight coffee. Not the sort of black coffee I normally make--my preferred kind is the type I have to wrestle into submission--but just straight down the middle coffee. Nothing spectacular.

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