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Due to the fact that Round 1 of ended a short while ago and Round 2 begun, I felt that I needed to do something related to it. So here is one of the constetants: Disco Death. The credit for this character belongs to so I suggest you go check out his work.
Nidoqueen was one of the first Pokemon that I ever used in my Pokemon Yellow-run as a kid. Afterwards though, I have never really have experiences when it comes to it. One thing I have to say is that I love the way it's designed. The proportions are just good enough, they're never too exaggerated .
So yesterday I made ´s nuzlocke comic´s main man and today I decided to make another one of these. Presenting Chiaki from ´s nuzlocke. If you like Pokemon or nuzlocke comics or you just wanna see really cool art, I suggest you check out their stuff. It won't let you down.
WARNING! THE FOLLOWING REVIEW MAY CONTAIN A HINT OF SPOILERS. READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED!
Last year had a lot of ups and downs but pop culture and especially geekdom got a lot of stuff happening. Pokemon turned 20, Stark Trek 50, Deadpool finally got his own movie, Civil War and Doctor Strange pleased audiences. Heck, even video game movies have started to pop into the theaters and of course, Star Wars got its latest prequel to the theaters. Is it worthy to be one of the greats or is it as insignificant as an ability to destroy a planet?
The story focuses on a group of rebels trying to capture the plans for the Death Star. That's pretty much all that needs to be said. Part of this group includes a woman named Jyn, whose father made the Death Star. Bodhi Rook, who defects from the Empire. Cassian, the boring rebel. A droid named K-2SO, a blind monk named Chirrut Îmwe and the heavy of the group, Baze Malbus. There is action, drama, the big bad villain, it's a Star Wars story.
So what really works in the film. Well, from the technical side of things it's very well handled. The action scenes are well shot, the scenery is nice and while some of the CGI characters may feel off, I think they work out OK. Some of the characters are also well done, especially K-2SO. Just imagine C-3PO but with the pussiness removed. It actually reminds me of CL-335 or Cleese from the steam punk version of Star Wars, Steam Wars. Even the villain is kinda fun. Nothing really goes in his way and this poor bastard has to just take it all.
The movie also feels like truly a war film which I believe this story should be. It has that air of dread and anguish and hopelessness and even though we know everything will be fine in the end, you still feel that sadness. The way the people talk about how the Jedis are gone and how really believing in the Force is kind of a difficult thing to do feels genuine.
However the film has one big flaw which affects it a lot and that is the lack of risk taking. The film was very predictable and most of the characters were predictable. Especially the main duo, Jyn and Cassian feel very dull. Even some of the greatest scenes with Darth Vader were kinda something I saw coming. I feel it could have really taken risks because I saw potential for a really unique Star Wars story. Go check this video from Film Theory [link] and you see what I mean.
Still, Rogue One is a good movie. It still has good action, some good scenes, some good characters and that dread of a war film. I just wish they would've taken it to more places. But who knows what the stars hold beyond them. Final Verdict: 7/10