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Boku no Hero Academia review

Posted : 6 years, 11 months ago on 6 April 2016 02:11

Set in a present-day Japan, we find a world that seems mired in a fever by the superheroes and villains. And, for several generations, people began to be born with a random power, which can range from giant made to control the flames. And our protagonist is one of those few people who are born without power. Still, he dreams of being a superhero and will do everything possible to be. Your first step to achieve this: get into the Academy's most prestigious in the world superheroes.
A priori, it is a very original argument, and in any event is not time to seek direct successors of Naruto. However, yes there are some aspects that play in its favor to become one of the new "big" of the Jump and I would like to point out.
protagonist: one of the great points q have Shonen are the protagonists and is another case in this series we have Izuku Midoriya q has some similar aspects to NARUTO and meets several requirements of the protagonist Shonen in the first chapters veemos to Izuku presented as a "nobody" or completely useless for lack of powers of q everyone shits laughing him but we will soon q will become a great hero after all q've described to you is sure to come to Mint that Naruto will not come out any q q jutsuu he was so despised in the Leaf village.
and every character as the main character put all his heart and soul to overcome such Luffy q struggled to be king of the pirates or naruto as such
In short, leaving aside any criticism we want to do on their originality, Boku no Hero Academia has all the elements and the potential to become a great series. His point is well made and is very interesting, the characters hint at a psychological depth that will allow their evolution towards complex personalities and there can not be locked into archetypes.

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An average movie

Posted : 11 years, 2 months ago on 6 January 2012 08:45

Way before ‘Pirates of the Carribean’, back in the 90's, Renny Harlin directed this big budget pirate movie. Eventually, it turned out to be a huge a flop, it was even listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the biggest box office flop of all time. The production company, Carolco Pictures, even went bankrupt after this disaster. Eventually, was it that bad? Not really actually. I mean, the costumes, the mood, the action scenes were all rather decent. The main issue is that the whole thing was unfortunately rather boring to watch. Indeed, it was too generic and predictable and the lack of exciting characters was really obvious. I mean, I have nothing against Geena Davis and Matthew Modine but they never managed to really excite me. It was actually a pretty neat idea to have a pirate movie with a female main character but the whole thing suffered from a terrible lack of inspiration. Eventually, almost 10 years later, with 'Pirates of the Carribean', they eventually got it right by hiring an awesome actor who was able to create a genuinely entertaining character, the legendary Captain Jack Sparrow. To conclude, this flick was not really bad but it was still pretty average and I don’t think it is really worth a look I’m afraid.

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