SPOILER ALERT: This is a review of Wrestlemania 33. This means that the results of which will be listed in the post. If you have not seen Wrestlemania 33 yet, PLEASE, go watch it before you read this. Now that I have said this, I am conscious free.
It is that time of year again! Wrestlemania has come and gone and it is time to look back at the night and see how it compares to years prior! This is a review of Wrestlemania 33. I will review each match, scaling them on a scale of 1-5. With that said, let’s start with the pre show
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I am sorry for the delays on this one. I do want to get the rest of this list out once I realized the popularity of the list. To move on! Let’s discuss 60-51! If would like the other parts of this list they are linked below.
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Well, here we are again. I noticed quickly that my WrestleMania 32 review was quite popular back in March. However, I did not want my website to become dedicated to wrestling since this is a movie and video game review site first and foremost. So doing a review on all big WWE events would feel… Well excessive. But there are the Big Four to consider, the four biggest matches in WWE’s yearly line up, WrestleMania, SummerSlam, Survivor Series, and Royal Rumble. So I decided that I would cover the four of them instead to reach a nice and happy medium.
Overall, I have to say that 2016 SummerSlam was good. It certainly was one of the better events on the WWE card this year and left us with some amazing feel good moments as well as some good matches to boot. There were some problems with the night, but overall, the pros outweigh the cons. So we are going to look at all the matches on the card and see how they went down. The Pre-Show matches will be covered, but to a lesser extent then the main card. Continue reading “Tanner Reviews SummerSlam”
For those of you unaware, Cannon Films was a beautiful little movie making company that was prevalent in the 1980’s. Focusing on creating B Movies on an A budget, Golan and Globus were able to make a massive number of cult successes that spanned from the horrendous schlock of The Apple, to buying old movie rights to make sequels such as Death Wish 2, to creating action fighting movies like one of my favorite of all time Bloodsport, and finally even dipping into the realms of fantasy with Masters of the Universe. Cannon Films were truly a treasure for anyone who enjoys watching good bad movies. A lot of them are bad, but they can all at least be memorable for their badness and for the most part can be enjoyable.
Cannon Films went under, for the most part, back in the late 80’s to early 90’s. But as time has worn on, there seems to be a new studio that has risen up to take their place and that studio is WWE Studios. It is weird, I know. But if you look at the parallels between the two you will see a striking number of similarities to the point that I dare say that we may have a new Cannon films for a new generation of movie watchers. Without further ado, these are the five reasons that WWE Studios is the new Cannon Films. Continue reading “Five Reasons Why WWE Studios is the New Cannon Films”