I woke up to the sound of hammering. After that I could barely hear the sound of dirt covering my coffin over my muffled screams.
I begin tucking him into bed when he tells me, “Daddy, check for monsters under my bed.” I do it for his amusement and see him, another him, staring at me, quivering with fear and whispering “Daddy, there’s somebody on my bed.”
My daughter won’t stop crying in the middle of the night. I visit her grave and ask her to stop, but it doesn’t help.
There is a picture in my phone of me sleeping. I live alone.
My wife woke up to tell me there was an intruder in our house. She was murdered by an intruder years ago.
I tuck my daughter into bed and she says “Goodbye, daddy.” I tell her that at nighttime we say good night, but then she says “No daddy, tonight it’s goodbye.”
The last man on earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door.
Review by: coolkid73
Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope is the fourth chronological movie in the Star Wars series. It was the first movie made, released in 1977. When it came out it was just titled Star Wars. Episodes V and VI were released afterwards, but did not have the Episode V or Episode VI in the titles. Episodes I, II, and III were released as a prequel trilogy, which causes this movie and the others to be re-releases with the titles we know them as today. Now, back to this movie.
Darth Vader has kidnapped Princess Leia in an attempt to regain the plans to the Death Star. She hides the plans in the memory of a droid known as R2-D2. He and his friend C3-PO escape and land on the planet Tattoine, where they are rescued by Luke Skywalker. After revealing Princess Leia’s message, R2-D2, Luke, C3-PO, and Obi-Wan Kenobi seek Han Solo and his co-pilot Chewbaca to fly them to the planet Alderaan, only to find out it has been destroyed. The wind up on the Death Star where Han and Luke leave to search for Leia. They manage to rescue her, but can they escape? The only way to find out is to watch this movie yourself.
This movie is filled with action and I recommend it to any action movie lovers out there.
Review by: coolkid73
Cars 3 is the third movie in the Cars series and was released in theaters on June 16, 2017. Just like the other movies in the series, it takes place in a world inhabited by talking cars.
With the newer generation of racers taking over and having access to newer technology, Lightning McQueen starts to lose his races. While attempting to gain first place, he tries too hard and suffers a major crash, causing many to ask the question, “Is Lightning McQueen’s career finished forever?”
After four years of hiding, Lightning attempts to start training in order to beat the newer generation. He seeks help from fellow trainer Cruz Ramirez, but she treats him like an old man and he ends up being unable to handle the new technology. They have practice races before Lightning decides to do what his friend Doc Hudson did and train her instead, having her take his place at the next race.
This movie is amazing and has some really mature themes in it. Some parts are boring, but most of it is good. The plot is really interesting and is something most people wouldn’t see coming. There are a lot of funny scenes in this movie, like the demolition derby and beach race. I totally recommend you check this movie out. Because this movie is good with some boring parts, it gets a 9/10.
Review by: Coolkid73
“Paid in Full” is a song by rap duo Eric B. and Rakim. The duo consists of rapper Rakim and DJ Eric B. The song “Paid in Full” was the sixth song on their debut album of the same name. This song has Rakim rapping about what it’s like to be rich and the problems with paying your taxes. The song is catchy and the beat is cool. Eric B. made the beats for all of their songs. This beat features an aggressive drum beat, a simple bass line, and some flutes. This song is a pleasure to listen to so make sure you give it a listen. The goodness of this song gives it a 10/10.
Click here to listen to the song on Youtube. (Please note that this is the version you hear on the Paid In Full album, not the version you hear in the music video).
Review by: coolkid73
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is the seventh game in the Grand Theft Auto series released in 2004 for PlayStation 2, and in 2005 for PC and Xbox. A high definition remaster was later released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2015. This game is set in the fictional city of San Andreas, and follows Carl “CJ” Johnson and his friends Ryder, Sweet, OG “Jeffery” Loc, and Big Smoke as they try to rid the city of a rival gang. This game is addictive to play and is loads of fun.
The best part of the game is the music. While in a car, you have access to various radio stations. One is a talk show, and the rest play music. This game uses rock, reggae, heavy metal, gangsta rap, and various other genres of music. All songs used in the game are real songs made by real people.
This game has loads of missions, involving stuff like beating up drug dealers, stealing crates of guns from a guy’s house, catching and killing a guy, stealing a famous rapper’s rhyme book, and so much more.
This game has loads of fun missions and loads of weapons, like batons, golf clubs, and, of course, guns. This game is fun so I give it a 10/10. I hope you try this game yourself.
Review by: coolkid73
During the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, there was a comedy trio known as The Three Stooges, which consisted of actors Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard . They made 190 short films, and in the late 90s their shorts were released in a DVD series known as The Three Stooges Collection, which had eight volumes. This review is only about the first one, which features their first 19 short films. These shorts have been remastered in high definition and high quality sound, but are still in black and white. Here are some of my favorite shorts on this DVD.
“Men In Black”- In this short, The Stooges are doctors who can’t do their jobs. The jokes in this short are hilarious. It can be kind of boring to watch, but if you can understand the jokes, it’s really funny.
“Pop Goes the Easel”- In this short, The Stooges steal brooms from a store and hide in an art school to escape the police. This short has some great jokes, but the most interesting part is the huge clay fight towards the end.
“False alarms”- In this short, The Stooges work at a fire station but mess up every task and steal the chief’s car. It is a little too long in my opinion, but it’s funny to see The Stooges mess up every task they’re given and wreck the chief’s car.
“Whoops I’m an Indian”- In this short the stooges hide out in Native American disguises but are in trouble when they meet a guy whose wife just ran off with Native Americans. The humor is at its best here.
Hope you have enjoyed this reveiw and be sure to buy this DVD for yourself, or check it out on YouTube. Thanks for reading.
Surely you have heard of the three stooges. Not the 2012 movie, because that uses actors who resembled the stooges, but the actual trio, who made 190 short films between 1934 and 1959. All 190 short films can be seen on a series of dvds called the Three Stooges Collection. The trio originally consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard. However, in 1947, Curly suffered a stroke during the filming of “Half Wits Holiday” and was replaced by his brother Shemp Howard. They made several more shorts until Shemp died in 1955 of a heart attack. He was replaced by comedian Joe Besser. So now that you have a little backstory, here are my top 5 favorite shorts.
5. Men in Black: This short is about the stooges being doctors that don’t know how to do their jobs. This short is pretty funny, especially the three running gags: Curly breaking the glass, the babbling intercom, and the hammer space gags.
4. Beer Barrel Polecats: This short is about the stooges getting arrested for making beer. The concept works well and has some weird jokes that surprisingly make sense
3. Shivering Sherlocks: The first short of the Shemp era on this list, the stooges are on the run after they get wrongly accused for a car robbery, but they soon are on the run from the real convicts. This short was a great way to show the stooges’ action abilities.
2. Malice in the Palace: This short has the stooges being hired to retrieve a diamond from one of their customers. Shemp is at his best here and Moe and Larry do a great job at acting
1. Hoofs and Goofs: The only short on this list from the Joe era, the Joe cannot stop thinking of his dead sister, so Moe tricks him into thinking he will meet her that night. They meet a horse that turns out to be her reincarnated. Their sister is funny and they have pretty funny ways of hiding her from the landlord.
That is the list. If you want to see all of their shorts than all you have to do is buy the three stooges collection dvds. There are 8 dvds in the series, or you can look the shorts up on youtube, people upload them there.