Friday, March 27, 2015


Survivorman is one of the only true and honest survival shows I know, not like Bear Grylls and Dual Survival. Though both Bear Grylls and Dual Survival are entertaining and do show some good and useful footage, most of it is just for show. Survivorman will show the true struggle of surviving in the wild. Survivorman is always true to his viewers and always stays true to his task. The show is as simple as a man going into the wild and trying to endure nature. He shows the worst and best parts of nature. Survivorman is alwo very witty and quick to crack a joke even just when he's by himself. The show is very knowledgeable and always lightens your mood.


How to Train Your Dragon 2

A good follow-up to a great first movie was How to Train Your Dragon 2. It had the right amounts of humor, drama, love, and loss. It may seem to be childish due to its animation and plot surrounding mythical creatures or dragons, but I assure you when enjoying this movie, age doesn't matter because this movie appeals to all ages. Be warned there is sadness, but don't worry there is enough happiness to outweigh the sad. So if you are looking for a movie to please everyone, How to Train Your Dragon 2 is the movie to get. I promise, it's amazing!

~That Random Person


So, before you watch the trailer and form totally negative opinions on this movie, I'd like to assure you that it really wasn't that bad. From the viewpoint of someone who has read the books and loved them, I still thought the movie did have a good plot to it. It, admittedly, was very far from the book BUT it still was a pretty well-thought-out, complex movie. They FINALLY included Shauna, Hector, and Uriah, although they weren't really significant to the plot. The special effects were fantastic and if you keep an open mind that this is a separate story from the book, you'll end up enjoying it as I did. Needless to say, I had low expectations going into the theater, but came out satisfied. I'll still love the books more but it was hard to be disappointed about the movie.

~Aiden the Destroyer