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(220) 8.7 22 min 2018

Argus Limited is an episode of RWBY starring César Altagracia, Aaron Dismuke, and Barbara Dunkelman. Ruby Rose and her friends have been burdened with transporting the Relic of Knowledge safely to Atlas. There are countless miles of...

Starring
Kara Eberle, César Altagracia, Barbara Dunkelman, Aaron Dismuke
Genres
Action, Drama, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Animation, Thriller, Adventure, Comedy
Director
Connor Pickens, Kerry Shawcross

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Action, Drama, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Animation, Thriller, Adventure, Comedy
Director Connor Pickens, Kerry Shawcross
Writer Monty Oum, Kerry Shawcross, Miles Luna
Stars Kara Eberle, César Altagracia, Barbara Dunkelman, Aaron Dismuke
Country USA
Runtime 22M
Description Ruby Rose and her friends have been burdened with transporting the Relic of Knowledge safely to Atlas. There are countless miles of Grimm-covered countryside between the city of Mistral and the northern coastline of Anima. Fortunately, the Argus Limited can easily make the journey - so long as nothing goes wrong.

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Monday, 30 Nov 2020 12:30

In the 30th Century, which is the future, humans have explored space and colonized planets. Then in 2476, the future is now a cataclysmic war in which the superpowers in their respective territories struggle against each other for power. In the present, Dr. Serene is researching the mysterious and powerful crystalline substance that was discovered in the past. The rest of the story follows her during the war. When the conflict is over, she travels to the present to find the crystal in order to create a device that can link the past and future. Her return to the future is interrupted by a terrorist attack, and she is forced to return to the future to prevent it from happening again. As her presence in the future starts to multiply, the future starts to look strange, as she finds herself on the wrong side of the conflict. The story may sound simplistic, but the way the story unfolds is more than worthy of a very long watch. As I said, this is a story that has a very simple narrative. The plot is straightforward and the story goes about a set of events. There are no complex character motivations to explain why certain actions are or aren't necessary. The action is very well handled and flows easily into the story. The character's motivations aren't even of importance in this movie. If they are not connected, then they don't matter. In the past, there were stories that explain character motivations, as well as develop their back-story. Nowadays, characters are just thrown in at the end of a story to explain why the story should end. The movie manages to stay focused on a clear story that doesn't require explanation. Instead, it is explained in a clear way that the audience can understand. When it comes to the action, I can't say that it is the best I have ever seen. But compared to movies like Guardians of the Galaxy, which have a totally different take on the action, it is not bad at all. It isn't a must see, but it is a good movie that has a little bit of everything. It has a basic storyline, but it also has character development and action that will be seen by all. It is not a perfect movie, but I would rate it as a good film. If you can get past the fact that the plot may seem a bit simple, then you will find the movie is a great watch. In fact, it is one of the best superhero movies of all time. I give this movie an A+.
Sunday, 15 Nov 2020 11:11

OK, let me start off by saying this: I am not an adult. I am a 12-year-old girl who is completely uninterested in anything that involves computer games. I don't play Call of Duty, my high school bullies don't play Call of Duty, and I don't know how to play Call of Duty. I am not old enough to play Call of Duty. But, I have just watched "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring", and it is so much more than I could possibly imagine. The movie left me with the feeling that I had been transported into Middle Earth. Everything in this movie was so beautiful, I could see every detail. The battles were great, the characters were great, and the setting was absolutely stunning. The characters were great, because they are believable. They are not super-heroes. They are ordinary people trying to live their lives and make some decisions. One of the characters was pretty hot, and I was thinking, "She is so hot. How can I possibly ignore her?" The story was so compelling, it made me want to watch it again. I loved the action. I loved the characters. The story is engaging, and the special effects are outstanding. The special effects are outstanding. This movie is the best movie I have seen in a long time. You will find yourself wanting to watch this movie again and again. You will see something new each time. You will see things you never thought you would see. I am not a film critic, but I have to say that I think this movie was the best film I have ever seen. It has a heart that touches the viewer. There are scenes in this movie that I could not take my eyes off of. The next time I see it, I will not be able to take my eyes off of it. If you love movies, you have to see this movie. It is fantastic.
Thursday, 29 Oct 2020 07:48

As I was just getting my head around the concept of Doctor Who in some way, I happened to check out a trailer for this film and that intrigued me even more. So I was more than happy to go along and see it. Being a fan of the television series and of some of the episodes, I found this movie to be very enjoyable, despite being a little one-note in the way that it delved into some areas of the story that were in the show. In particular, some of the new-old ideas had more relevance than in the TV series, such as the notion that the Doctor can travel through time and space with the TARDIS (which could be further explored in "Deep Breath") and the fact that the Doctor can transform into a cockroach-like alien, which is explored in "The Curse of Fatal Death". What I enjoyed most, however, was that the entire cast were very good, with even the supporting roles being excellent. The new Doctor was very good as well, especially the relationship with Rose and his love interest, the little girl whom he visited in the Asylum (who, by the way, has got an absolutely brilliant regeneration in the movie), and of course, the fantastic Karen Gillan. The real strength of the movie is the new Doctor and I can't wait to see how he will change. As for the script, the script was very good, I enjoyed the way the writer and director brought this story to life, as they did not go out of their way to make this story seem like it had been made in the past, but they stuck with the basic idea of the story. The acting was very good also. I really enjoyed Colin Baker in this film, which I thought was surprising as I had seen him in his Doctor Who days as the late Ian Chesterton. And though, I am a huge fan of Alan Rickman, his role as Professor Selby was far superior to his Doctor Who character. And to all the Doctor Who fans out there, the time is well overdue for the new Doctor to take the role and I can't wait for his introduction to the series. I think, from what I've seen of the movie, I can tell you that you will be disappointed if you don't see this film, so, if you see it, I highly recommend it. As for me, I found this movie very entertaining, with both a good story and a great ending. I also enjoyed it more than any movie I have seen in a long time.


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