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About Kreegles

  • Birthday 07/10/1993

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    Delirium Armada
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    "From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness"
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    Anime and video games yuhh
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    Gamestop GA

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  1. Haven't posted in a long while, I'll list off some of the big movies of 2019 I watched and give them a ratting along with a short few words. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (dir. Quentin Tarantino) 8/10 - This was definitely a trademark Quentin Tarantino movie from start to finish. The cast was great and the performances were definitely entertaining. A strong one to come back to after The Hateful Eight's kind of lack luster reception. The Joker (dir. Todd Phillips) 8/10 - This movie really surprised me with how solid it was. There were a few hiccups here and there for me but Joaquin Phoenix's performance is what sold the movie for me. I feel like if it wasn't for him I wouldn't have enjoyed it nearly as much as a did. Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker (dir. J.J. Abrams) 3.5/10 - I don't really know what to say about this movie that hasn't already been said. It was a lazy, incoherent, confusing, fan service romp of a movie that was oddly enough a perfect way to end such a disappointing and lack-luster trilogy. The Lighthouse (dir. Robert Eggers) 9.5/10 - This movie was simply incredible. Definitely my top movie of 2019 and I think in my top 5 of the decade. Robert Eggers has done it again. Just like in his first outing, The Witch, he has such a way of capture the mystery of the unknown and presenting it in a way that is equally terrifying and gripping. The performances by Defoe and Pattinson were absolutely legendary. Pattinson surprised me so much in this film, definitely the performance of his career. The amount of paranoia and terror that was brought out in their performances were nothing short of phenomenal. It was as much a black comedy as it was a lovecraftian horror, such a beautiful combination. The Irishman (dir. Martin Scorsese) 8/10 - Man, I love me a good old mobster movie, I just love them. So I was really excited that Scorsese came out with another one this past year. And if The Departed made you feel like it was fun to be a gangster, then this movie had the exact opposite effect. This movie shows how much this life truly sucked, to be honest, and I loved every minute of it. Amazing performances all around, but hey, you would expect nothing less from the great names that are in this film.
  2. I've watched a few movies in quick succession recently so I'm going to rate all of them here. Avengers Endgame - 9/10 Really good end of an era type movie. Lots of callbacks to previous Marvel movies which was good. I can overlook one SERIOUSLY big plot hole for just how well done the rest of the movie was. Detective Pikachu - 8/10 I had little to no expectations going into this movie and I have to say I was quite pleasantly surprised by how good it was. It's not going to win any Oscars but it was just plain old fun movie for all ages, especially if you're already a Pokemon fan. John Wick Chapter 3 Parabellum - 9/10 Man this movie was something else. The action, the choreography, the gun play, the amount of different ways John Wick can kill a human being. All of it was fantastic and a great watch! The story takes a slight hit from the first two and there were some pretty silly moments where I felt like I was taken out of the movie for a second but I was pulled right back in by the terrific pacing of the action. Kung Fu Hustle (re-watch) - 10/10 What can I say about this movie that hasn't been said already. It may not be a masterpiece to a lot of people but to me it's always been a classic and a favorite of mine. Stephen Chow knocked it out of the park with this one. A must watch in my opinion.
  3. Can you still do this? I heard that you can get in trouble for using the in game cheats and they'd wipe any achievements you've earned.
  4. Been listening to The Sword's old albums lately, especially Warp Riders. This is my fav song off that album.
  5. I will always recommend JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, you should definitely check it out!
  6. He's proud of what he does and he should be, he's made one of the best gaming franchises that we've ever seen. I love that he even put himself in the game as an unlockable character. Kind of his last "fuck you" to Konami lol
  7. So for the achievement "Speachless" you have to make Quiet ready for deployment. Well I did that, and I've even gone on a mission with her but still no achievement pop. I checked my achievements just in case it just didn't show it but it says it's still locked. Has anyone else had this issue with this achievement not popping and does anyone know how to fix it?
  8. So in the mission Eliminate the Renegade Threat there's an achievement to extract both targets. Well I did it, twice, and no achievement... The first time I played through I extracted one through helicopter and the second by taking him and running out of the mission area. The second time I extracted both via helicopter. BOTH times I got the special dialogue you get when you extract them both, saying one had a glass eye and a prosthetic finger, and ever points for extracting them. However my achievement still hasn't unlocked. This is really annoying as I'm trying to get 100% on this game, is this a well known glitch and does anyone have any idea how to fix it?
  9. I played literally everyone I came across, so I don't even know how I still have upwards of 15 cards left to get. I've played every innkeep or craftsman I've ever come across and I can't think of where to go now to find ones I haven't played
  10. I have 15 cards left to get and they are all random cards that you win from random people. Is there a better way to go about this other than to just treck across the entire game trying to find inkeepers and merchants that I haven't battled yet? I never kept track of who I battled and who I didn't so I have no way of telling where I need to go to win these random cards. I have a feeling this is going to take me a long time.
  11. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - 10/10 Frances McDormand delivers her best performance ever. It's very emotional, and the humor does a good job of relieving some of the more emotional parts. Woody Harrelson's performance is great, and Sam Rockwell's arc is one of the best pieces of character development to date. It's a very unpredictable movie that grabs you right from the start and doesn't let go. Lady Bird - 10/10 I saw this movie a day after Three Billboards. A really fresh take on the typical "coming of age" story line. The interactions between Lady Bird and her mom make this movie in my opinion. It does an amazing job of capturing the realness of the lower middle class family trying to put a kid through high school. Once again this movie's humor is on point the entire time, acting as a kind of relief when it gets too heavy on the serious side. An amazing debut movie from director Greta Gerwig, I can't wait to see what she does next. Both of these movies are definitely Oscar contenders and I'll be very surprised if I don't see both of them nominated for best picture. If I had to pick between the two I'd say Lady Bird slightly edges out Three Billboards for the better of the two movies.
  12. Sicario 9/10 This movie was one hell of a ride, and I loved every minute of it. From the opening scene, to the scene on the bridge, to the emotional finale, it was one of the best action dramas to date. Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro gave some of the best performances that I've seen them in and Emily Blunt definitely stepped up and delivered a great performance. If you like a gritty action drama as much as the next guy, you'll love Sicario.
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