Binary Review  #30 - Organic Chemistry
Ask an organic chemist to define their field of study and they will gladly fill your head with their big fancy words, technobabble and other such nonsense. You will be serenaded with their sweet talk of 'hydrocarbons' or 'organic compounds' and verbally assaulted with purely fictitious terms such as the ‘acid dissociation constant’, the 'Van der Waals bond' or the 'metric system'.*
Do not be taken in by these lies dear friends, no matter how logical they may be, for logic is a fool’s game. The truth is faraway simpler (Or should I say Faraday? #lamesciencejoke); organic chemistry as we know it doesn’t really exist.
'Organic chemistry' is just a front for an ancient order of immortal sorcerors who have long ago woven their arcane and sinister influence into every level of society and pull the strings that operate our puppet lives. Picture the Illuminati, but with organic chemists.
What we know as 'chemistry' is in actual fact, magic, crafted through dark and exotic rituals and wielded from the shadows by our invisible overlords. To understand the secrets of organic chemistry is to understand madness itself.
With all that said, all the secrets and lies exposed and the truth laid bare for all to see, I have nothing but the utmost respect for an ancient order of immortal sorcerors that has managed to control the world while outwardly appearing to be mostly overworked, sleep deprived, caffeine-fueled organic chemists.
Score: 1/1
*Shouts out to my boy, about.com’s organic chemistry glossary of terms.
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Binary Review  #30 - Organic Chemistry

Ask an organic chemist to define their field of study and they will gladly fill your head with their big fancy words, technobabble and other such nonsense. You will be serenaded with their sweet talk of 'hydrocarbons' or 'organic compounds' and verbally assaulted with purely fictitious terms such as the ‘acid dissociation constant’, the 'Van der Waals bond' or the 'metric system'.*

Do not be taken in by these lies dear friends, no matter how logical they may be, for logic is a fool’s game. The truth is faraway simpler (Or should I say Faraday? #lamesciencejoke); organic chemistry as we know it doesn’t really exist.

'Organic chemistry' is just a front for an ancient order of immortal sorcerors who have long ago woven their arcane and sinister influence into every level of society and pull the strings that operate our puppet lives. Picture the Illuminati, but with organic chemists.

What we know as 'chemistry' is in actual fact, magic, crafted through dark and exotic rituals and wielded from the shadows by our invisible overlords. To understand the secrets of organic chemistry is to understand madness itself.

With all that said, all the secrets and lies exposed and the truth laid bare for all to see, I have nothing but the utmost respect for an ancient order of immortal sorcerors that has managed to control the world while outwardly appearing to be mostly overworked, sleep deprived, caffeine-fueled organic chemists.

Score: 1/1

*Shouts out to my boy, about.com’s organic chemistry glossary of terms.

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Binary Review #28 - Hell
I have known hell. It is a place I am as familiar with as home. I visit there often and never return the same man I was when I departed.
It’s pretty much an orange void beneath a James Turrell art exhibit with some skeletons dancing to the intro riff from Don’t Fear The Reaper on loop.
It’s really not a big deal, the snakes are a bit of a nuisance but overall I wouldn’t call it unpleasant.
Score: 1/1

Binary Review #28 - Hell

I have known hell. It is a place I am as familiar with as home. I visit there often and never return the same man I was when I departed.

It’s pretty much an orange void beneath a James Turrell art exhibit with some skeletons dancing to the intro riff from Don’t Fear The Reaper on loop.

It’s really not a big deal, the snakes are a bit of a nuisance but overall I wouldn’t call it unpleasant.

Score: 1/1

Binary Review #27 - The Big Bang Theory
This show is hilarious! I love laughing at all those jokes about nerd stuff because I can relate to it, you know? Like that time they mentioned Enstein, I’ve heard of him before, he was some dork who invented electricity or something, I think. The only thing I don’t like is sometimes it takes too long before the laugh track comes on so I’m not sure when they want me to laugh.
My favourite character is the socially awkward one who’s always making references to comic books and video games. Everything he says is comedy gold, or should I say, comedy Au! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! BEEZINGERS!
Score: 0/1
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Binary Review #27 - The Big Bang Theory

This show is hilarious! I love laughing at all those jokes about nerd stuff because I can relate to it, you know? Like that time they mentioned Enstein, I’ve heard of him before, he was some dork who invented electricity or something, I think. The only thing I don’t like is sometimes it takes too long before the laugh track comes on so I’m not sure when they want me to laugh.

My favourite character is the socially awkward one who’s always making references to comic books and video games. Everything he says is comedy gold, or should I say, comedy Au! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! BEEZINGERS!

Score: 0/1

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Binary Review #26 - Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea - Ep. Two
I’ll try to keep this a lot shorter than the last one. Burial At Sea Episode Two carries over everything good about the first part, (Read: Rapture) and adds enjoyable stealth gameplay, a longer playtime and wraps up the story in a neat, if not exactly necessary, tie-in to the plot of the original Bioshock.
The whole thing was enjoyable, it honestly was a lot better than I expected it to be. I particularly enjoyed the Thief/Dishonoured-esque non-lethal, stealth gameplay. It was a welcome change from shooting corridor after corridor of mindless drones.
However, while playing as Elizabeth was a great perspective, it was a perspective completely lacking in the ‘looking at my video game waifu’ department. What’s even the point of playing a game with Noir-lizabeth in it if I can’t see her leaning against a wall, smoking a cigarette in her fishnet stockings, or even stare at her glorious butt?
Despite this horrific, unforgiveable sin, I still enjoyed the game a hell of a lot. I thoroughly recommend it. Also, there was a kid at the start summoning some demonic horror from the darkness beyond nightmares with a baguette. That was pretty badass. I didn’t even know you could do that.
Anyway, I have to get to the bakery before it closes so I’m going to wrap this up.
I’a! I’a! Baguette fhtagn!
Score: 1/1

Binary Review #26 - Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea - Ep. Two

I’ll try to keep this a lot shorter than the last one. Burial At Sea Episode Two carries over everything good about the first part, (Read: Rapture) and adds enjoyable stealth gameplay, a longer playtime and wraps up the story in a neat, if not exactly necessary, tie-in to the plot of the original Bioshock.

The whole thing was enjoyable, it honestly was a lot better than I expected it to be. I particularly enjoyed the Thief/Dishonoured-esque non-lethal, stealth gameplay. It was a welcome change from shooting corridor after corridor of mindless drones.

However, while playing as Elizabeth was a great perspective, it was a perspective completely lacking in the ‘looking at my video game waifu’ department. What’s even the point of playing a game with Noir-lizabeth in it if I can’t see her leaning against a wall, smoking a cigarette in her fishnet stockings, or even stare at her glorious butt?

Despite this horrific, unforgiveable sin, I still enjoyed the game a hell of a lot. I thoroughly recommend it. Also, there was a kid at the start summoning some demonic horror from the darkness beyond nightmares with a baguette. That was pretty badass. I didn’t even know you could do that.

Anyway, I have to get to the bakery before it closes so I’m going to wrap this up.

I’a! I’a! Baguette fhtagn!

Score: 1/1

Binary Review #25 - Hitman Absolution
Hitman Absolution started out pretty average, improved a little after the tutorial and then plummeted deep down into The Great Abyss of Awful, never again to surface.
The highlight for me was when 47 walked into a church, shot a guy in front of dozens of witnesses, walked away calmly while the entire town inexplicably exploded behind him and then drove off in a stolen hearse. I don’t think anything says “Silent Assassin” to me more than whatever that was I just described to you.
By the third-to-last mission I was so sick of walking through linear corridors and using the cover system to roll past hundreds of generic soldiers that I just started kiling everybody I saw. In one mission I was just walking up to people with a Katana and stabbing them while they yelled for help. I was given the rating “Professional”.
It’s an excellent addition to the Hitman franchise if your idea of a good Hitman game includes a quicktime event boss fight against a mexican wrestler that literally has the appearance of a non-green version of The Incredible Hulk, or a team of latex-clad nun assassins tracking down and trying to kill 47 by blowing up his hotel room with a rocket launcher.
If your idea of a good Hitman game includes killing people in exchange for money, then you *clearly* don’t understand what a hitman is. As far as I can tell that never happened even once, so you must be thinking of something else. Who is more likely to have misused that word? A company making a game about it, or you?
Score: 0/1

Binary Review #25 - Hitman Absolution

Hitman Absolution started out pretty average, improved a little after the tutorial and then plummeted deep down into The Great Abyss of Awful, never again to surface.

The highlight for me was when 47 walked into a church, shot a guy in front of dozens of witnesses, walked away calmly while the entire town inexplicably exploded behind him and then drove off in a stolen hearse. I don’t think anything says “Silent Assassin” to me more than whatever that was I just described to you.

By the third-to-last mission I was so sick of walking through linear corridors and using the cover system to roll past hundreds of generic soldiers that I just started kiling everybody I saw. In one mission I was just walking up to people with a Katana and stabbing them while they yelled for help. I was given the rating “Professional”.

It’s an excellent addition to the Hitman franchise if your idea of a good Hitman game includes a quicktime event boss fight against a mexican wrestler that literally has the appearance of a non-green version of The Incredible Hulk, or a team of latex-clad nun assassins tracking down and trying to kill 47 by blowing up his hotel room with a rocket launcher.

If your idea of a good Hitman game includes killing people in exchange for money, then you *clearly* don’t understand what a hitman is. As far as I can tell that never happened even once, so you must be thinking of something else. Who is more likely to have misused that word? A company making a game about it, or you?

Score: 0/1

Binary Review #24 - Mr. Sheen
I despise him. Just look at that smug grin. That awful comb-over. That cheap suit. Who the hell does he think he is?
His claim that he “Cleans so much more!” is frankly reason enough to hate him. Cleans what? More than whom? Everything? More than anybody?! The audacity of this guy borders on unbelievable.
There’s a line between pride and arrogance, Mr. Sheen, and you’re so far across it you’ve forgotten what it looked like in passing. You disgust me. I hope you choke on cleaning product fumes and die.
Score: 0/1
Review requested by: Anonymous

Binary Review #24 - Mr. Sheen

I despise him. Just look at that smug grin. That awful comb-over. That cheap suit. Who the hell does he think he is?

His claim that he “Cleans so much more!” is frankly reason enough to hate him. Cleans what? More than whom? Everything? More than anybody?! The audacity of this guy borders on unbelievable.

There’s a line between pride and arrogance, Mr. Sheen, and you’re so far across it you’ve forgotten what it looked like in passing. You disgust me. I hope you choke on cleaning product fumes and die.

Score: 0/1

Review requested by: Anonymous

Binary Review #23 - “Dinoswars”

I’m not sure if I’m meant to be reviewing “Dinoswars” or “Dino’s Wars” here, but I strongly approve of both. “Dinoswars” are not only awesome creatures, but the idea of “Dinoswars” having a war is also pretty badass.

I’d like to think that the “Dinoswars” have guns mounted to their backs, because that would enhance their killing power by at least a factor of 3.

I don’t have a favourite “Dinoswar” but I do think the Stegosaurus and the Brachiosaurus are pretty cool. The lamest “Dinoswar” is easily the Ceratops.

It’s presence was the worst part of both the Late Cretacious Period AND Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. Although don’t get me wrong, both that period of time and movie were pretty great.

Score: 1/1

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Binary Review #22 - Toto’s Africa
It’s gonna take a lot for me to write this review.
There’s nothing that a hundred words or more could ever do.
I guess it’s okay. That is to say, Africa.
Gonna go as far to say, I think it’s pretty rad.
Oooh-oooh.
Score: 1/1
Review requested by: Anonymous

Binary Review #22 - Toto’s Africa

It’s gonna take a lot for me to write this review.

There’s nothing that a hundred words or more could ever do.

I guess it’s okay. That is to say, Africa.

Gonna go as far to say, I think it’s pretty rad.

Oooh-oooh.

Score: 1/1

Review requested by: Anonymous

Binary Review #21 - Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea - Ep. One
I’m going to start this off by saying that this is likely to be a very long review and a lot more serious than usual because I actually have a lot to say about this one. I’m not really sure how to start so I’m just going to break this down into a couple of categories. The first being…

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The Setting: This is, to me, the most important factor in this review. I’ve said it before and I will say it again, Rapture is an infinitely (More like BIOSHOCK INFINITELY, am I right?!) superior setting to Columbia. While the open skies and endless stretches of cloud-covered, floating city were certainly visually appealing, they lacked the claustrophobic and isolated atmosphere that made the ‘shock series so great.
The return to rapture is hands down the best part of Burial At Sea. The environments and visuals are expectedly good, but what stood out to me was the audio. The sounds of splicers muttering in their madness, the weapons, the plasmids, the muffled sounds of the sea, the creaks and groans of a city bearing the pressure of the ocean, Andrew Ryan’s announcements, the 1950’s soundtrack. All of these make for incredible atmosphere.
One of the complaints I have about the setting is that Burial At Sea really isn’t the noir/detective story it sets out to be. The concept it presents of Elizabeth as a sultry, femme-fatale type and Booker as a down-and-out detective, getting in over his head for the sake of this mysterious woman, unfortunately falls into the background very early on.
The other main issue I have with the setting is the way that elements of Infinite have been placed into Rapture. While certainly you can explain it with “Constants and Variables”, the ham-fisted, shoe-horned manner of these changes leaves a lot to be desired. Plasmids are just re-skinned Vigours, coming in drinkable form and I could accept that, but this is then explained away by an audio log that seems to exist for the sole purpose of explaining this away. Elizabeth opens tears to alternate realities and Booker just comments “I’ve never seen that plasmid before.” and leaves it at that. The sky-hook even makes an inexplicable appearance in an underwater city, only to be dismissed as a children’s toy in this universe. It all feels very roughly sewn together.
The Gameplay Compared To Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea is fundamentally very similar to the gameplay of Infinite, but the combat feels more natural this time around, with less enemies in the encounters. The fact that I describe them as ‘encounters’ and not ‘waves’ should help explain what I mean here. You feel like you are stumbling across a wandering enemy rather than walking into a static wall of NPC’s. It’s a definite improvement over the seemingly endless hordes of brain dead enemies that Infinite liked to place in your path.
Another welcome departure from Infinite is the removal of the two-weapon system. Being able to carry all your weapons at once, even with fairly strict ammo limits, is a marked improvement. The weapons and plasmids themselves all felt fine, with the sole exception that I didn’t care for the new burst-fire-only carbine.
Gameplay Compared To Bioshock: Here’s where things start to go south for Burial At Sea. The setting of Rapture brings to my mind comparisons to the first two Bioshock games, and when you make those comparisons, it’s hard not to be disappointed.
Gone are Big Daddies as a gameplay mechanic. There’s exactly one in the entire DLC. It’s not an optional enemy for which must weigh risk and reward to decide whether/where/when you will confront it. It’s a mandatory, generic boss fight in a large open space scattered with ammo and healing items.
Gone is hacking. Completely. No security cameras, no flying pet bots to fight alongside you. You can convert turrets to your side only temporarily before they turn on you again. The passive bonuses of clothing that you can find scattered around the place pale in comparison to the extensive range of Tonics from Bioshock. The weapon upgrades just feel insignificant. In fact, I don’t believe I found anything I wanted to buy from a vending machine in the entire run, but I will say that the inclusion of Circus Of Values is a definite plus.
One thing that struck me as particularly odd was the lack of telekinesis. It’s a staple of the previous Bioshock games and would have been a more natural solution than the sky-hook for grappling up to higher ground.
I also want to mention that “Press F to <light cigarette/open door/slam closed fist unnecessarily hard into oversized novelty button>” is one of the most annoying, immersion breaking things ever. Please stop doing this game designers.
The Value: Here’s where Burial At Sea hits a point so low that it gets drunk on cheap wine and crawls into an alley to sleep it off, stuffing old newspapers down its shirt to keep out the cold night air. From start to finish, on normal difficulty, taking my time to double-check everywhere for loot and take screenshots of all the pretty things I saw, Burial At Sea took me 114 minutes to complete. 114 minutes for 15 USD. I don’t even need to say anything. That speaks for itself.
I actually bought the season pass for 20 USD which comes with the future second episode and Clash In The Clouds which is worthless in my eyes, (Bonus Mini-Review: Shitty, generic arena battles, avoid. 0/1.) so I consider it 10 bucks an episode which is not as bad.
I feel like I should be getting angry about the price but years of DLC, episodic content and multiplayer map packs have long ago given me a harsh, cynical perception of a gaming industry that will sell as little for as much as it can get away with and so far, seems to be. It’s hard to get angry about $7.50-an-hour DLC at this point. The fact that it sells anyway makes it more depressing than enraging now.
Bonus Section: Noir-lizabeth: Obviously Noir-lizabeth demands her own section. Nothing is too good for my underwater waifu. She’s much better than Classic Elizabeth because she’s got legs that go on for days and a butt that just won’t quit. She smokes the way only a certain type of woman; with a pale complexion, a tight fitting top and black fishnet stockings, can smoke. She’s the Bee Knees. The Dam with the Gams. She’s so kawaii <3.
The Summary: Burial At Sea is flawed, but worth buying. If you have read this whole review, you might be surprised to read that, but the problems really do pale in comparison to the fun I had with it. It’s definitely overpriced and far too short, but it was fun while it lasted and likely worth a replay or two. Honestly, if you were considering getting Burial At Sea, you probably already have it. If you were on the fence, I say do it for Rapture. Do it for Noir-lizabeth.
"No Gods. No Kings. Only Waifus." -Andrew Ryan
Score: 1/1
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Binary Review #21 - Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea - Ep. One

I’m going to start this off by saying that this is likely to be a very long review and a lot more serious than usual because I actually have a lot to say about this one. I’m not really sure how to start so I’m just going to break this down into a couple of categories. The first being…

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 Binary Review #20 - Lamingtons 
Lamingtons are the greatest practical joke in culinary history. They look so delicious, they are so delicious. But about three seconds after you bite into one you realise that you, your clothing, your furniture, your floor and probably the crawlspace above your ceiling too, are now covered in shredded coconut.
The lamington was clearly designed with this in mind. Either that or I suck at eating lamingtons but that can’t be the case. It’s common knowledge that I am totally infallible, just ask anyone who’s me. They (me) will tell you that I (they) have never been wrong. And when have they (I) ever been wrong?
Like all good things in life, lamingtons strike the perfect balance between great taste and covering everything within a fifteen metre radius in dessicated coconut.
Score: 1/1
Binary Review #20 - Lamingtons

Lamingtons are the greatest practical joke in culinary history. They look so delicious, they are so delicious. But about three seconds after you bite into one you realise that you, your clothing, your furniture, your floor and probably the crawlspace above your ceiling too, are now covered in shredded coconut.

The lamington was clearly designed with this in mind. Either that or I suck at eating lamingtons but that can’t be the case. It’s common knowledge that I am totally infallible, just ask anyone who’s me. They (me) will tell you that I (they) have never been wrong. And when have they (I) ever been wrong?

Like all good things in life, lamingtons strike the perfect balance between great taste and covering everything within a fifteen metre radius in dessicated coconut.

Score: 1/1

Binary Review #19 - Toasted Cheese Sandwiches
Call them what you will*, there is no denying that they are truly a food fit for a god, regent or possibly someone with a less significant, but still landed, title. (No lowly serf *spits with disgust* is going to get his hands on these babies. Not on my watch.) This is a food that is not only simple to make AND delicious, but caries a couple of rare and powerful properties.
The first amazing property of the toasted cheese sandwich is that if you have one of the good presses (pictured) it cuts the sandwiches into triangles. It’s a well established fact that cutting a sandwich into triangles makes it taste better. Don’t believe me?
Picture a ham sandwich. Now picture the same ham sandwich cut into four little triangles and ask yourself “Which would taste better?”. I thought so.
The second and more powerful property is that the later it is at night, or rather, earlier the next morning, the better they taste. Now I don’t exactly have a degree in fungineering, but I believe that is what science refers to as “Fucking Sourcery”.
What is best in life? “To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you and to hear the lamentation of their women. Oh and toasted cheese sandwiches are even better than that.” -Conan The Barbarian
Score: 1/1
*As long as it’s not “Jaffles”. I will reluctantly and BEGRUDGINGLY accept “Cheese Toasties”. Yes, you win, okay?! You know who you are.

Binary Review #19 - Toasted Cheese Sandwiches

Call them what you will*, there is no denying that they are truly a food fit for a god, regent or possibly someone with a less significant, but still landed, title. (No lowly serf *spits with disgust* is going to get his hands on these babies. Not on my watch.) This is a food that is not only simple to make AND delicious, but caries a couple of rare and powerful properties.

The first amazing property of the toasted cheese sandwich is that if you have one of the good presses (pictured) it cuts the sandwiches into triangles. It’s a well established fact that cutting a sandwich into triangles makes it taste better. Don’t believe me?

Picture a ham sandwich. Now picture the same ham sandwich cut into four little triangles and ask yourself “Which would taste better?”. I thought so.

The second and more powerful property is that the later it is at night, or rather, earlier the next morning, the better they taste. Now I don’t exactly have a degree in fungineering, but I believe that is what science refers to as “Fucking Sourcery”.

What is best in life? “To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you and to hear the lamentation of their women. Oh and toasted cheese sandwiches are even better than that.” -Conan The Barbarian

Score: 1/1

*As long as it’s not “Jaffles”. I will reluctantly and BEGRUDGINGLY accept “Cheese Toasties”. Yes, you win, okay?! You know who you are.

 Binary Review #18 - Lamps 
After a long and unexplained absence from making Binary Reviews, I decided to ease back into it, basing my review on something simple and universal. Something that anybody could relate to.
The obvious choice was my irrational hatred of lamps. Which I feel, deep down, everybody shares.
Now I know what you’re thinking; you’re thinking nothing. This is because nobody reads these reviews and if anybody did then I would have no idea what they’re thinking. What am I a freaking psychic?!
The other day I watched Kazaam. Explain that to me if you can. I willingly sat there and watched a movie where Shaquille O’Neal plays a rapping genie. Why would anybody subject themself to that? Don’t ask me.
What was I talking about? Lamps? That makes no sense, why would anybody review lamps? More importantly, who would want a review of lamps? It’s not like it’s even a review of a specific make or model of lamp, just the general concept of lamps. What use is that to anybody? Oh whatever, it’s really not like anybody will read this.
Lamps are garbage.
Score: 0/1
Binary Review #18 - Lamps

After a long and unexplained absence from making Binary Reviews, I decided to ease back into it, basing my review on something simple and universal. Something that anybody could relate to.

The obvious choice was my irrational hatred of lamps. Which I feel, deep down, everybody shares.

Now I know what you’re thinking; you’re thinking nothing. This is because nobody reads these reviews and if anybody did then I would have no idea what they’re thinking. What am I a freaking psychic?!

The other day I watched Kazaam. Explain that to me if you can. I willingly sat there and watched a movie where Shaquille O’Neal plays a rapping genie. Why would anybody subject themself to that? Don’t ask me.

What was I talking about? Lamps? That makes no sense, why would anybody review lamps? More importantly, who would want a review of lamps? It’s not like it’s even a review of a specific make or model of lamp, just the general concept of lamps. What use is that to anybody? Oh whatever, it’s really not like anybody will read this.

Lamps are garbage.

Score: 0/1

Binary Review #17 - RoboCop
RoboCop has it all; criminals, cops, robot cops, mutants exploding into a fine red mist, Red Forman from That 70’s Show killing people liberally and a bipedal mech that inexplicably growls like an animal. It’s the classic rags-to-riches story except it’s cop-to-robocop and nothing like rags-to-riches at all really. What’s not to love?
If you are wondering if you should watch RoboCop, the answer is yes.
If you are wondering if you should re-watch RoboCop, the question is “Can you fly, Bobby?”. Although that would make the answer “Clarence, no!” which doesn’t really work in this scenario so just forget the question and re-watch RoboCop already.
In conclusion, I’d buy that for a dollar! Hahaha!
Score: 1/1

Binary Review #17 - RoboCop

RoboCop has it all; criminals, cops, robot cops, mutants exploding into a fine red mist, Red Forman from That 70’s Show killing people liberally and a bipedal mech that inexplicably growls like an animal. It’s the classic rags-to-riches story except it’s cop-to-robocop and nothing like rags-to-riches at all really. What’s not to love?

If you are wondering if you should watch RoboCop, the answer is yes.

If you are wondering if you should re-watch RoboCop, the question is “Can you fly, Bobby?”. Although that would make the answer “Clarence, no!” which doesn’t really work in this scenario so just forget the question and re-watch RoboCop already.

In conclusion, I’d buy that for a dollar! Hahaha!

Score: 1/1

Binary Review #16 - The Room
I think I can say without fear of exaggeration, that The Room is not only the greatest movie ever made, it is the greatest masterpiece of all time.
The story was compelling, the characters believable and of immense depth. The dialogue, masterfully written and delivered with impeccable performances by the all-star cast. The directing was of such a standard as to be indescribable by mere language. ‘Perfection’ doesn’t do The Room justice, but it’s as close as anybody will ever come to describing it.
You will laugh hysterically, weep uncontrollably, fall in love and have your heart broken a thousand times over. Truly, Tommy Wiseau’s magnum opus, and an achievement that will never be matched.
Score: 1/1

Binary Review #16 - The Room

I think I can say without fear of exaggeration, that The Room is not only the greatest movie ever made, it is the greatest masterpiece of all time.

The story was compelling, the characters believable and of immense depth. The dialogue, masterfully written and delivered with impeccable performances by the all-star cast. The directing was of such a standard as to be indescribable by mere language. ‘Perfection’ doesn’t do The Room justice, but it’s as close as anybody will ever come to describing it.

You will laugh hysterically, weep uncontrollably, fall in love and have your heart broken a thousand times over. Truly, Tommy Wiseau’s magnum opus, and an achievement that will never be matched.

Score: 1/1