Welcome to my profile, surprised to see you this far.
I'm a jack of all trades. My interests and writings will include video games, film, books, tv shows, politics, and food.
So come along on this journey and read my questionable opinions.
The Nook: Restaurant Review
When I started this Vocal account, I didn't quite know what I wanted to write about. I knew that I wanted to critique films and video games, and eventually music and art, but outside those mediums I had very little I wanted to write about. However, I have a lot of things I want to write about, and a lot of regrets.
Why Starfield Worries Me
Since E3 Expo is no more, we get this hodge-podge of summer gaming events that showcase the "next big things" in gaming, and since Microsoft's acquisition of Bethesda last year, there was one showcase that would (or should) outshine the rest, and that is the Microsoft Showcase, which showed the next big games coming for Xbox and PC within the next 12 months.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park is Perfectly Fine
With the third movie in the new Jurassic World trilogy soon to be released, I decided that I would re-watch the films to catch up a little bit. Not that I really needed too, I've been a fan my entire life of Jurassic Park, and these films scratched that dinosaur itch.
Jackass Forever: A Spoiler Free Review
To preface this review, I must state that Jackass has a special place in my heart. Many late nights were spent watching the Jackass crew perform their stunts and antics while I was growing up. It was one of myself, and my friend groups go to series for sleep overs or just to put something on. It was a series that I enjoyed and grew up with.
The Problem with Cyberpunk 2077
There are few games that have caused as much as a stir as Cyberpunk 2077 in recent memory. Maybe since Mass Effect 3. Love it or hate it, Cyberpunk will change the game industry, preferably for the better, but possibly for the worst. CD Projekt Red has done it again, but not in the way they thought they would.
Chungking Express: A Review
I was first introduced to Wong Kar-Wai through the film In the Mood for Love. Initially, I hated this film. I thought it dragged on, I was disinterested in the adulterous romance of the two main characters, on top of that was the repeating soundtrack. Hearing it over and over again, I nearly lost my mind.
Jurassic Park: A Review
Few pictures reach the legendary status of Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park. First opening to audiences in 1993, I can hardly imagine the giddiness the movie-goers had seeing dinosaurs captured in such detail and magnificence for the first time on the big screen in such a way. We all know the scene and shot as well. Just as our big three are introduced to the park's true nature, so is the audience. Paired with the swirling score of the masterful John Williams, it can only be described as pure cinema.