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Reginleiv artwork gallery

Zangeki no Reginleiv​ (“The Slashing of Reginleiv”), originally titled Dynamic Slash, or Dynamic Zan, is an action game for the Wii developed by Japanese developer Sandlot and published by Nintendo.

Platform: Wii
Genre: Action
Developer, Publisher: Sandlot, Nintendo
Release Date: USA – TBA | EUR – TBA | JPN – Feb 11, 2010

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  1. Kerem says:

    24 of 27 people found the fooilwlng assess helpful: Solid scifi thriller, September 24, 2003Bya0 (MD USA) a0a0 a0a0 a0a0 This assess is from: Even with having one of the worst, most misleading titles in movie history, I Married a Monster From Outer Space is a solid, regularly chilling science fiction movie, with some very excellent performing arts and an brilliant script. You won’t find a mindless us versus them report here, which makes it all the more effective.Bill Farrell ((Tom Tryon) was having a last drinking spree with some pals, the nighttime before his wedding. But the next day, Bill arrives late to the church, and on the honeymoon he seems strangely preoccupied and distant. His new bride, Marge (Gloria Talbot), is a bit worried by her husband’s sudden change, but tries to keep going as if nothing has happened. But a year passes, and Bill is still performing arts weird so, for that topic, are his pals.One nighttime (after the mystery deaths of a couple of animals), Marge follows Bill into the woods only to see a weird glowing alien emerge from his body and enter a spaceship. Terrified, Marge tries to get help, but she has no way of knowing who’s an alien and who isn’t. And when she learns why the aliens have come, and why they’ve impersonated human males, she enlists the help of the remaining humans to help her. I Married A Monster is an example of report triumphing over budgets and special effects. While the script isn’t flawless (if the aliens can’t tolerate alcohol, why doesn’t Marge use that as a test?), the gradual buildup of tension, and the feeling of helplessness, is wonderfully done. Things as small as stumbling over a dead cat are imbued with horror, and the less is more exposure of the aliens in their right forms adds a fantastic low-key tone to it. The special effects and costumes, even if primitive by current standards, are surprisingly convincing.One of the best aspects of this film is the handling of the aliens. They’re not evil, just desperate to perpetuate their own kind. They’re not invading for its own sake; they have a motive. But at the same time, they are clearly not performing arts acceptably, since they also kill off some humans (a young woman at a bar, and a nosy lech). Still, it’s hard not to feel a pang when any of the aliens die, or when Tom clarifies their plight. Another nice upset is one of the aliens looking wistfully into a shop window.Tryon does an brilliant job, since he has to play an alien pretending to be a human cold, stiff, and a bit off-key. He does it wonderfully, with the right dash of emotion when it’s needed. Talbot does an equally excellent job. It would be too simple to make Marge an over-the-top hysteric, but she keeps the character reined in, so you can feel her panic.It’s a smart, well-written movie, like Invasion of the Body-Snatchers but with more suspense and more three-dimensional aliens. Recommended highly don’t let the title scare you away.Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0 Was this assess helpful to you?a0 | a0 Log in to Reply

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