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  1. Review: Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is Witchy Good Courtroom Drama

    Two guys, their assistants, and lots of magic.

    I want to hug whoever came up with the amazing idea to put these two crazy kids together. I’m talking about Professor Layton, the top-hatted Londoner who loves solving puzzles, and ace attorney Phoenix Wright. They’re like peanut butter and jelly—a delicious man sandwich that packs so much flavor you won’t want to go back to having one without the other. In a totally platonic way, of course.

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  2. Review: We Fired Guns at the EnerPlex Kickr II Solar Panel… For Science

    Solar panels! Guns! Jeeps!

    EnerPlex sent us their Kickr II and Kickr IV solar panels to test. They specifically asked that we test their durability and even mentioned that the panels could be punctured and still work. So we did the only logical thing we could do in this situation: Shot one of them with guns and then ran it over with a Jeep. How did it hold up?

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  3. Zombie Comedy Life After Beth Is Partially Dead on Arrival

    It's a Netflixer, folks.

    Who's excited to see that movie where Aubrey Plaza's a zombie and Dane DeHaan is her human boyfriend! Anna Kendrick is there! And John C’ Reilly! Molly Shannon! Matthew Gray Gubler! Get excited! No, not that excited. Moderately excited. Somewhat enthused. But also kind of bored, too.

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  4. We Actually Went Out in the Sun To Test the EnerPlex Packr Solar Backpack

    ...and lived to write about it!

    Keeping my phone charged when I'm not home is a constant source of anxiety for me, and I don't think I'm alone. (Please tell me I'm not alone.) So any product that can help allay the fear of running out of juice immediately has my attention. The Enerplex Packr is a backpack with a built-in solar panel for charging your stuff on the go, and I had the chance to test it out.

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  5. Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Falls Short for Fans

    Cowabungled, dudes!

    I'll start by saying I wanted to love this movie. I was on board. I do not fear the word "reboot" as so many others do, but Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles just missed the mark entirely. One thing it does have going for it though: Megan Fox is kind of a badass as April O'Neil.

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  6. Review: Daniel Radcliffe In What If

    You're an 'eartthrob, 'arry!

    I don't think self-respecting audiences are supposed to believe in soul mates anymore.

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  7. Not Hooked on This Feeling, Just High on Believing: A Guardians of the Galaxy Review

    I am not Groot.

    I fought the hype and the hype won.

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  8. Strap On Your Loin Cloths, It’s Time for a Hercules Gif Review

    Pure Oscar material.

    After a weekend of intense internal debate, yesterday I decided to hop on the bus, schlep to the theater, and see Hercules. After all, I justified to myself, it has Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson! Surely it will at least be entertaining! My subconscious was screaming in the background—But Brett Ratner. It's directed by Brett Ratner!—but I did not listen. I should have. Because Hercules was bad. And it needed to be worse. (Warning: Spoilers within.)

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  9. Review: Mike Cahill’s I Origins Is Subtle Sci-Fi That Doesn’t Play Out How You Would Expect

    You will start noticing people's eyes more after this movie.

    Writer/Director Mike Cahill's second narrative feature, I Origins, is out in theaters today. It's an unconventional sci-fi film that focuses on the line between science and faith. It deals with very big ideas in a very small way, and almost pushes the larger story aside to focus entirely on the characters. That's not necessarily a bad thing.

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  10. Review: A Brony Tale

    We're still not quite in Equestria, friends.

    A Brony Tale educated me, but I can't help but feel the history I learned was a little selective.

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