Category: Reviews

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A rather insignificant journey by train: Murder on the Orient Express

Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express” is one of my favourite crime stories. A smart twist on a classic closed-room mystery with gradually accumulating pieces of evidence and an unconventional, surprising finale. All of this spiced up with a social satire of highest quality. You can imagine my anticipation for the latest adaptation of… Continue reading

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Thor: Ragnarok Review

Thor: Ragnarok is the third installment of the Thor movies in which the main cast is Thor and his brother, Loki. The movie is over-the-top and at least two times as funny. When I was watching it I was reminded of the time in the 80s when action movies were ridiculous and still self-aware for… Continue reading

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Breath of the Wild – A first look

So the highly anticipated Nintendo Switch has finally landed – and with it came The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It’s no secret that since the first teaser trailer was shown, back in 2014, hype for the game has steadily grown. Quiet at first, but as more was revealed about the new game… Continue reading

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For Honor: Review

A New Take On War For Honor is a game that surprised me and came out of no where. At least for me. When I tried the online demo, I was surprised by how fun it was. It was a no brainer. I pre-ordered it on the spot! For Honor is an interesting take on… Continue reading

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Star Wars went Rogue – and it paid!

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is a movie many fans waited for. It’s basically the first stand-alone cinematic live-action entry in the Star Wars series. And although the Force plays a role in the story, the movie focuses on the less mystical part of the Star Wars lore: the Rebellion and their fight to… Continue reading