Sunday, September 19, 2010

Disneyland Attraction Review: Snow White's Scary Adventures

Ride: Snow White's Scary Adventures
Number of times I've ridden it: One

This dark ride and Peter Pan's Flight are the dark ride's I remember. And I don't know why.

Snow White's Scary Adventures is a dark ride in which you go through the movie Snow White. It is the most scary dark ride in Disneyland. It even made me jump when you see the witch look into the magic mirror and then when she turns she becomes the crazy grandma who gives Snow White that apple. So little kids may be scared at this one. SO BEWARE!!!

Overall Rating: 8/10

Disneyland Attraction Review: Jungle Cruise

Ride: Jungle Cruise
Number of time's I've ridden it: One

A little cheesy, but cool. Now only if this could attach to the Indiana Jones Ride that would be cool.

Jungle Cruise is where you explore the jungle in a boat. But you see alligators and piranhas and the boat breaks when the piranhas come out, and you see robots of animals and people and it's just good ol' fun. It may be just a little scary for some people. But the ride is pretty calm.

Overall Rating: 8.5/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough

Attraction: Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough
Number of times I've been in it: One

I'm still wondering if you actually go into the famous castle itself, because if you do, that would be cool.

Sleeping Beauty Castle Walkthrough is a place where you walk through the movie "Sleeping Beauty" It's a lot like Tarzan's Treehouse. I find it to be more scarier just because there is stuff like, "Hey look at this tiny window. There's a tiny person. I need to look close up to the mirror to see what that is. I still can't see HOLY STRAWBERRY POP-TARTS IN A TOASTER MADE OUT OF OLD TELEVISION ANTENNAS!" I said that because a orge just appeared out of nowhere. Anyway, fun, fun.

Overall Rating: 8/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Pinocchio's Daring Journey

Ride: Pinocchio's Daring Journey
Number of time's I've ridden it: One

This one of those rides that was never important to me so I forgot a bunch of it.

Pinocchio's Daring Journey is a dark ride that I forgot what happened. Let me see a video of it and I'll probably remember.

OK, I watched a video. It's pretty cool. I would go on that ride. Oh wait, I did. I don't remember that ride at all! But it's not a roller coaster, it's just a calm ride just like every other dark ride. So yeah, you should go on it.

Overall Rating: 7/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Peter Pan's Flight

Ride: Peter Pan's Flight
Number of time's I've ridden it: Once

Peter Pan's Flight was the first ride I went at Disneyland. It's also probably my favorite dark ride.

Peter Pan's Flight is a ride where you fly with Peter Pan into space. Sounds like Space Mountain, huh? Well, there is this scene that looks a lot like Space Mountain just because you're flying through space, but it's a lot more calmer. You also go through the house and some other scenes in the movie. But that space scene looks so cool! There is some very slow dips. But it is awesome, and I thought it was a perfect introduction to Disneyland for me.

Overall Rating: 8.5/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Mr.Toad's Wild Ride

Ride: Mr.Toad's Wild Ride
Number of times I've ridden it: One

Don't worry, the ride is not wild. They just said that to see how many people like wild rides.

Mr.Toad's Wild Ride is a dark ride in which you take a ride to nowhere. It's very hard to explain what happened because I forgot most of it. I remember that there was a cool scene with of these huge speech bubbles going, "BOOM!!", "BLAM!!!" and "CRASH!" with blinking lights. So it's basically any other dark ride except a little faster.

Overall Rating: 7/10

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Matterhorn Bobsleds

Ride: Matterhorn Bobsleds
Number of times I've ridden it: One

Note: This is one of the rides I call "The Five Dancing Rides"(which I love) The reason why they are called that is because you do sharp turns and sudden drops. If you try doing it you're self, it looks like you're dancing. Just had to bring that out because otherwise if you have not read the other 4 dancing ride reviews, then this review would make no sense.

Matterhorn Bobsleds is the only dancing ride that I did once. But it's really cool and I wish I could do it again when I had the chance.

Matterhorn Bobsleds is a ride where you explore the Matterhorn mountain on a bobsled, when you some times run into a yeti. There are no big dips which is very nice. But if you are afraid of heights, you may consider not going just because you out the mountain to see a great view of Disneyland. I've also heard that if you do it at the right time, you will be right next to the Disneyland fireworks as you ride. I've never tried it, but I bet I would as scared as I was when you go right next to the fireworks on Sorain' Over California. But me and my roller coaster loving siblings loved this ride. You may not, even though it's not so intense.

Overall Rating: 10/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Mad Tea Party


Ride: Mad Tea Party
Number of times I've ridden it: One

(BARF) huh, huh... (BARF) huh... O.K., let's do the review.

Mad Tea Party is a ride where you spin around in a tea cup for a couple of minutes. And I feel sick from just spinning around in my swivel chair! I was surprised that I wasn't that sick, even when it was spinning me faster than a swivel chair. The ground also turns, so it some times looks like your about to crash to the next tea cup right next to you. So, in conclusion, if you become really sick by spinning around like crazy, then, by heavens no do you ride this. But the tea cups do make a convenient barf bag...

Overall Rating: 8/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: it's a small world


Ride: it's a small world
Number of times I've ridden it: Two

My favorite thing about it's a small world is the building itself. It just looks dang cool!

"it's a small world" is a ride where you ride around the world in a boat with the "catchy" song "It's a Small World" in a bunch of different languages. I liked the ride. Sure it's not one of my favorites, but the rooms look so cool! There's like something to see anywhere you look. I like how there are some famous Disney characters in it. There's nothing scary in this ride (unless you're scared of singing dolls). There are no drops or sharp turns. It's the perfect ride for children.

Overall Rating: 8/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Disney Princess Fantasy Faire

Show: Disney Princess Fantasy Faire
Number of times I've seen it: One

I'm a boy. You actually suspect me to do a review on this? Sure, I saw it but I didn't really pay attention. So, I'm going to let my sister review this one.

O.K... she just told me to ask my little brother Sam about it because he liked it more. Um... O.K.?

All right, here are my Sam's words. "I LIKED IT SO MUCH! I LIKE BECAUSE I LIKE TO DANCE. I'M A DANCER! 10/10!"

There you go.

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Casey Jr. Circus Train


Ride: Casey Jr. Circus Train
Number of times I've ridden it: One

This is a fun calm ride, but my only complaint is that they called me a monkey...

Casey Jr. Circus Train is a ride that's a calm simple ride in a train on the hill that you see in Storybook Land Canal Boats. And it's pretty fun. There is a moment where it actually feels like a thrill ride. Because you start going up a hill and then you go down the hill, but very slowly. I read somewhere that it was supposed to be a roller coaster, but it was to dangerous. Anyway, go on it just for fun. I don't think there could be anything scary in this.

Overall Rating: 7/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin

Ride: Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
Number of time's I've ridden it: One

First off, let me say something about the line. IT'S FREAKING LONG! IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S GOING TO END SOON BUT IT KEEPS ON GOING! GOSH! ANYWAY, ON TO THE REVEIW!

ROGER RABBIT'S ... WHOOPS, CAPS LOCK WAS ON THIS WHOLE ENTIRE TIME? I'LL FIX THAT. There, that's better. Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin is a ride where you ride in this car through the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit? It's a lot like all the other ones, like Mike & Sully for the Resuce and Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. The only difference is that you have control of how much you want it to spin and you get to control how far you want to spin. That's about it. But it was not worth the hour wait.

Overall Rating 7.5/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Tarzan's Treehouse

Attraction: Tarzan's Treehouse
Number of times I've been in it: One

Tarzan's Treehouse is exactly right next to Indiana Jones Adventure. I loved Indiana Jones so much that I did not notice the treehouse. So after the 4th time I went on that ride, my dad said "Have you checked out Tarzan's Treehouse?" And then I said in my mind, "HOLY STRAWBERRY POP-TARTS IN A TOASTER MADE OUT OF OLD TELEVISION ANTENNAS! There's a Tarzan ride here! That must be new!"

Tarzan's Treehouse is a place that you walk and they have dioramas that explain to you the movie. It's a lot like Sleeping Beauty Castle Walthrough. There is a bridge that is a bit scary, but not much. The coolest part is at the end where they have all of these thing that you can make music out of.

Overall Rating: 6/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Indiana Jones Adventure

Ride: Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye
Number of times I've ridden it: Four

Note: This is one of the rides I call "The Five Dancing Rides"(which I love) The reason why they are called that is because you do sharp turns and sudden drops. If you try doing it you're self, it looks like you're dancing. Just had to bring that out because otherwise if you have not read the other 4 dancing ride reviews, then this review would make no sense.

The Indiana Jones Adventure is a ride where you get caught in a cave (which is part of the line. Pretty cool!) and you're trying to get out in a bumpy car. This ride is important to me because it was the first "dancing ride" I went on and it gave me my love for these type of rides. The ride is pretty scary though. Especially if you have the following fears: Snakes, Bridges, Fire, Heights, Stone Balls about to roll over you, spiders and rats, skeletons, etc. There is also an Indiana Jones robot that looks pretty cool. The actor who plays "Saul" is in the safety video. Now I don't want to tell you what happens in the ride (especially the ending) because it's so cool! If you really want to know, watch a movie on YouTube. But it's going to ruin it for you! Trust me, it's not that scary if you don't have a fear of thrill rides.

Overall Rating: 10/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Enchanted Tiki Room

Show: The Enchanted Tiki Room
Number of times I've seen it: One

Hmmm... I wonder what would happen if I put my cats in this room...

Enchanted Tiki Room is a show with robot birds and tiki idols that sing over and over "The Tiki, Tiki, Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room!" They also have some cool water fountains (kind of like a tiny World or Color) and cool special effect to make it look like it's raining outside. It's about 20 minutes and is a show that's kind of educational, but most of it is just 100 birds singing
"The Tiki, Tiki, Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room!" Otherwise, it great effects to make it look real birds.

Overall Rating: 7/10



Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Splash Mountain

Ride: Splash Mountain
Number of times I've ridden it: Two

Zip-eede-doo-dah!! Zip-eede-ahhh! My, oh, my what a... HOLY STRAWBERRY POP-TARTS IN A TOASTER MADE OUT OF OLD TELEVISION ANTENNAS!

Splash Mountain is a ride based off of Song of the South where you are in a log, a "laughing place" if you will, in the water. You travel around, do some dips, and explore around while robots sing the famous song "Zip-Ee-Doo-Dah". During that you do two drops that are as big as the drops in GRR. Then you go down a drop that's 3 seconds long! That was enough time for me to scream, "HOLY STRAWBERRY POP-TARTS IN A TOASTER MADE OUT OF OLD TELEVISION ANTENNAS! " or something along that lines. You get soaking wet, wetter than GRR. After the drop, you see the picture that they took of you (my first one is kind of embarrassing because I was in the middle of yelling "HOLY STRAWBERRY POP-TARTS IN A TOASTER MADE OUT OF OLD TELEVISION ANTENNAS!") But I liked the ride. Sure it's not a dancing ride, but it's up there in my to 10 favorite rides! However, if you hate big drops or heights, you should not ride this ride. Or else you might be screaming HOLY STRAWBERRY POP-TARTS IN A TOASTER MADE OUT OF OLD TELEVISION ANTENNAS!

Overall Rating: 9/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island

Attraction: Pirate's Liar
Number of times I've been in it: One

Pirate's Liar is a island in the middle of Rivers of America, and is basically a playhouse pirate themed. You have caves that you go through, swingy bridges, and pirate type things like bring treasure out of the water. In order to get to Pirate's Liar, you have to cross the Rivers of America by riding a motor powered raft. And I think I talked about everything I wanted to talk about. There's not much to talk about.

Overall Rating: 7.5/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Mark Twain Riverboat / S.S. Columbia

Ride: The Sailing Ship Columbia
Number of times I've ridden it: One

The reason I'm doing Mark Twain and Columbia in the same review is that they are the same ride, just different boats.

The Columbia is a pirate ship that you sail around Pirate's Lair and see these robots of Indians. There's also cannons that shoot out smoke, and there is a stairway that leads to a room that supposed to look like a ship in pirate times. It a pretty cool set, and it really detailed. Go do it if you're a fan of pirate boats.

Overall Rating: 8.5/10



Ride: Mark Twain Riverboat
Number of times I've ridden it: One

Not much to talk about.

The Mark Twain Riverboat is a riverboat where you sail around Pirate's Liar with Indian robots around you. I liked this ride because it had three floors (great for shade!) But it doesn't have any rooms. It's just a simple boat. Sooooooooooooooooooo, yeah...

Overall Rating: 8/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad


Ride: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Number of times I've ridden it: Three

Note: This is one of the rides I call "The Five Dancing Rides"(which I love) The reason why they are called that is because you do sharp turns and sudden drops. If you try doing it you're self, it looks like you're dancing. Just had to bring that out because otherwise if you have not read the other 4 dancing ride reviews, then this review would make no sense.

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is a "dancing ride" where you're in this train riding fast down a mountain, and of course, it's a dancing ride, so I loved it. Even though I found it to have almost identical tracks to the Matterhorn Bobsleds, I liked it more. Probably because it has a really cool cave that you go through. There's not much to talk about it more than it's a dancing ride, and that if you like dancing rides than you have to go to this ride. This is also one of the 3 dancing rides that has bags to keep your loose items. Yeah, that's it. GO RIDE IT!

Overall Rating: 10/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Pirates of the Caribbean

Ride: Pirates of the Caribbean
Number of times I've ridden it: At least three

Pirates of the Caribbean, like Haunted Mansion, was the ride that we did when we had nothing else to do. Besides, it's a fun one to do over and over and over and...

Pirates of the Caribbean is a classic ride where you explore in a boat what pirates do. It also has newly added Jack Sparrow in the ride, because the movie was based of the ride. It quite a cool ride. The first part you go into this room that looks like it's night time and you're outside. Another cool thing is that there is a real restaurant in that room. Then you drop down a small diagonal waterfall. And if you know me, I love drops. And you go into this pretty cool cave with awesome lighting. Then you go down another waterfall (that's it). Then you explore the awesome display of pirates! I won't tell you all of it because it's pretty awesome and you should check it out yourself!

Overall Rating: 8/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln


Show: Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln
Number of times I've seen it: One

Mr. Lincoln is the first show/ride you see when you enter Disneyland, and was the first thing I wanted to go see when I didn't know what it was (because if you know me, you know I love politics).

Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln is a show where you're in a theater and watch a documentary film on Lincoln's life. Then the theater screen moves up, the curtain open, and you see a robot of Abraham Lincoln. The robot is so realistic that I have to show you a picture of it.


See what I mean? Anyway, Lincoln tells us a speech and then sits down. It's very cool, and I think they should have all of the robots in Disneyland look like this. I mean, it actually looks like him! If you love Lincoln's work, (like me (: ), then you have to go to this.

Overall Rating: 9/10

Disneyland Attraction Reveiw: Haunted Mansion

Ride: Haunted Mansion
Number of times I've ridden it: At least three

The Haunted Mansion, like Pirates of the Caribbean, was the ride that we did when we had nothing else to do. Besides, it's a fun one to do over and over and over and...

The Haunted Mansion is a classic ride where you explore a mansion with ghosts and floating object moving around you as you're riding a slow moving comfy chair. The Haunted Mansion isn't really scary. It's actually pretty cool, because it uses holographic technology to make it look like ghosts are dancing in a dining room and then disappear. They also use optical illusions to make it look like statues are moving, projectors to make it look like when ever you look in a mirror a ghost in your cart, and great special effects to make it look like a talking head is floating! There's also an introduction that we think may be scarier than the ride it self (not that much scarier though). The whole ride is not that scary. My sister and brother (who are kids) were laughing through it! But if you are truly scarred of anything, then you may consider not going.

Overall Rating: 7/10

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Calfornia Adventure Attraction Reveiw: Grizzly River Run (GRR)


Ride: GRR
Number of times I've ridden it: Four

Note: This is one of the rides I call "The Five Dancing Rides"(which I love them) The reason why they are called that is because you do sharp turns and sudden drops. If you try doing it you're self, it looks like you're dancing. Just had to bring that out because otherwise if you have not read the other 4 dancing ride reveiws, then this review would make no sense.

The GRR is the wettest Dancing Ride I went on. It's also the only one in California Adventure. But of course, if it's a Dancing Ride, then I would love it. It's basically the Indiana Jones Adventure except you're outside with no robots. You are also right next to the famous bear mountain. It has two drops that you get really wet after you go down them, so don't bring you're camera or anything. And you go down this rapid river with a bumpy ride! So if you like "Dancing Rides" than you will enjoy this variation of water bouncing. But if you hate drops, don't ride it. I really liked this ride. In matter of fact, we did this ride in the middle of the night, and we were soaking with the cold weather. But the line was really short, so we were like,"What the hey! Let's do again!" But you would probably suspect me saying that when I'm on a Dancing Ride.

Overall Rating: 10/10

Calfornia Adventure Attraction Reveiw: Soarin' Over California


Ride: Soarin' Over California
Number of times I've ridden it: Two

Get a Fast Pass for it. Get in the front row. Trust me, you won't regret it.

Soarin' Over California is a simulator ride where you it feels like you're flying over famous landmarks in California. First off, it has the person who plays Kronk in The Emperor's New Groove, which is cool. You get in a comfy bench which raises up in the air a couple of feet if front of a huge theater screen. Then it plays videos of an airplane view. It will push a up a little and blow air in you're face. It's very relaxing and it's really cool. If you did the "Star Trek Experience" before, then this will not freak you out. It's actually more calmer than STE. It's a very cool simulator and I would recommend it to everybody!
P.S. Except for people who are afraid of heights. Even though it's not in 3D, it's a concave shape theater which gives it a feel of depth.

Overall Rating: 10/10

Calfornia Adventure Attraction Reveiw: Toy Story Midway Mania!

Ride: Toy Story Midway Mania!
Number of times I've ridden it: Two

Wow, this ride beats Astro Blasters by a long shot. By a 30 mile long shot.

Toy Story Midway Mania is a ride in which you shoot targets, plates, and other things using technology to make it look like you're really shooting the screen. And the 4-D really adds to the effect. I loved it so much that I did it again. It is a shooting range to the extreme. What's cool about it is that it has 5 different games in one. It's also kind of a jerky ride because you're doing sudden sharp turns as you're spinning around, so it's kind of wild. You are in this chair with these cannons attached to it. When you pull the trigger, the censor will make it look like you're actully shooting the screen. And the 4-D really adds to the effect. Me, a person who loves the Toy Story Trilogy, really liked this ride.

Overall Rating: 10/10

Calfornia Adventure Attraction Reveiw: It's Tough to be a Bug!

Show: It's Tough to be a Bug!
Number of times I've watched it: One

I was going to It's Tough to be a Bug! thinking it would just be a 3D movie. But I got more than I was expected...

It's Tough to be a Bug! is a 4-D show on A Bug's Life. It's a show talking about different bugs. But it's super cool. When bugs spray acid at you, a stream of water actually sprays you! When bees start stinging people, a little pole in the back of the chair hits you lightly. When all the rats leave the theater, you can feel rat shaped thing running under you're seat. And when the stinkbug sprays, well, you get the idea. It's quite the 4-D adventure and I would recommend it to any body who likes 4-D or Z-D movies. However, if you have a fear of bugs or especially spiders (because a bunch of black widows come from the ceiling pretty close to you're face) then you should not go. Otherwise, a great movie!

Overall Rating: 9/10

Calfornia Adventure Attraction Reveiw: Turtle Talk with Crush

Show: Turtle Talk with Crush
Number of times I've watched it: One

Turtle Talk with Crush was more of an puzzle for me than a show, because I was figuring out, "How the heck do they do this?" and then I looked it up on Wikipedia, and now I understand.

Turtle Talk with Crush is an interactive show where kids can ask Crush (from Finding Nemo) anything! I read on Wikipedia that a actor with motion thingys on his head is making it look like it's Crush. It's the same technology used in Lord of the Rings. But enough on how it done, let's talk about how is the show! The show is pretty funny and I laughed through it quite a bit. I recommend it to everybody who want a good laugh!

Overall Rating: 9/10

Calfornia Adventure Attraction Reveiw: MuppetVision 3D

Ride: MuppetVision 3D
Number of times I've watched it: One

We went to MuppetVision because I like 3D, and my sister liked the Muppets. I think we were both satisfied.

MuppetVision 3D was a 15 minute movie of the Muppets trying to explain to you was their new creation is: MuppetVision! It uses polarization 3d to give you the illusion of depth. And they made the 3D pretty funny. Like they had people stuck in movies and theaters blowing up. It's also a 4-D attraction, in which they had air blowing in your faces and stuff. It is a perfect movie to see if you're a big fan of the Muppets.

Overall rating: 8/10

Calfornia Adventure Attraction Reveiw: The Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror

Ride: Tower of Terror
Number of times I've ridden it: One

When we got in line for The Tower of Terror, my heart was pounding. I was nervous for this ride more than any other. But it wasn't that bad...

The Tower of Terror is a ride where you are the subject of an episode of "The Twilight Zone", which is a pretty cool theme. This elevator at the Hollywood Hotel had a history of sending 4 people to the twilight zone because lightning struck it. And so apparently when you get in the elevator, you go into the twilight zone by being dropped a couple 20 feet, going up some more feet, then dropping again. They also have a preshow talking about the story behind the elevator. With the classic host of "the Twilight Zone" in it, the movie just makes it seem more scary. Then you get into the elevator and ride around the hotel a little bit with the hosts words in the backround.(But my legs were shaking like crazy). It's pretty cool when you're riding around because you see a mirror in which you suddenly dissapear from it. It also has the ghosts of the 4 passengers that were in the preshow. Also, a room turns in to stars which is pretty cool as well. Then you drop. It's pretty simple. You drop, you get lifted up some, you drop again. The windows open so you can see how high you really are. Then the ride stops and you hear the narrator say he's favorite line: ""The next time you check into a deserted hotel on the dark side of Hollywood, make sure you know just what kind of vacancy you're filling or you may find yourself a permanent resident of...The Twilight Zone." I recommend this ride to people who like The Twilight Zone show, or like drop towers. I would not recommend this to people who do not like drop towers or heights, or do not want to be entered in to... The Twilight Zone.

Overall rating: 8.5/10

Calfornia Adventure Attraction Reveiw: Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sully to the Rescue!

Ride: Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sully to the Rescue!
Number of times I've ridden it: One

"Mike & Sully to the Rescue!" was a ride we did because there was nothing else to do. Mostly because it had an extremely short line.

Mike & Sully to the Rescue is a ride that you're in a slow moving cab driving through the adventures that Mike & Sully had trying to cover up the fact that they have a human girl. It's not that much of an exciting ride, but it does have some pretty cool holograms and a pretty awesome room where you're in the room with all of the doors floating around you. I thought the ride was entertaining but not the best ride in the world. You should certainly do this ride if you're a fan of the movie "Monsters, Inc." because it's exactly like the movie. I liked how these rooms seem different than most of the Disneyland rides. For example, when Mike is knocking on the bathroom doors, the whole bathroom is closed to make it really feel like you're in a bathroom. \

Overall rating: 7/10

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

iPads and 3D TV's

So today I went to Best Buy to demo their 3D TV. I also got a demo of an iPad, and a short demo of the newest flip camera and the newest MacBook. Here are my reviews.

1: The Samsung 3D Television.
It was pretty cool 3d, because it's much better than that red/blue 3d. It uses polarization and shutter glasses to give you that 3d effect. It was very realistic, and my brothers and my sister was trying to touch it. Without the glasses, it looks like a messical messy mess.
Good Things: 1. It's realistic. 2. You can see it from many angles. 3. It's a big screen, HD, LCD screen.
Bad Things: 1. You need big bulky glasses. 2. The glasses are battery powered. 3. IT'S FREAKING EXPENSIVE. IT'S LIKE 30000 DOLLARS! Sorry, I kind of got angry.
Final Rating: 8.5/10 Get it if you really want to see your favorite movies in 3d. I think it would be cheaper just too rip a DVD and convert it.


2. The iPad




The iPad is four iPod Touches glued together. Not really. It's more of a big iPod Touch. And it's very cool. I really liked the keyboard option. I've had experience with iPod Touches and iPhones, and their keyboards are tiny. Your typing a 5 page report like your texting someone. But the iPad is big so you can type on a normal sized keyboard! Awesome!
Good Things: 1. Life Sized Keyboard. 2.You can run iPhone and iPod Touch apps on it. 3. Much better for watching movies.
Bad Things: 1. It can do everything an iTouch can do. 2. It's bulky! Are we supposed to carry these in our pockets? 3. AGAIN, IT'S FREAKING EXPENSIVE. IT'S LIKE 600 DOLLARS! Sorry, I need to control my anger.
Final Rating: 7/10 Just get a iTouch. It's $400 less. Get an iPad if you don't have a compute

Mini Reviews!
The Newest Flip.
I only got a minute to play with the Flip, but I've got to tell you, I'm jealous. I've got a really old flip that can only record, delete, and play videos. The new flip can do that, except it has a touchscreen, it has more storage, and it has a wide screen display that slides like a phone that's meant for texting! GOSH!
Good Things: 1. It record HD video. 2. It has a touchscreen. 3. It has more storage than my old flip.
Bad Things: 1. I bet the sliding widescreen thing is easy to break. 2. You will be touching the screen. IT WILL SMUDGE! 3. AGAIN, IT'S FREAKING EXPENSIVE. IT'S LIKE 200 DOLLARS! Wait, that's not to bad. But it's more expensive than my flip.
Final Thoughts: 9/10 Not bad for an camcorder.

The New MacBook
I only played with GarageBand and Photo Booth because I knew one thing. IT WAS GOING TO BE JUST LIKE A OLD MACBOOK! Every one has been the same! The only difference is the weight! Goodness, Steve Jobs! Make on that could cook toast! Or maybe could shoot fireballs! Okay, maybe I'm giving Uncle Steve to much, but still! Make something different besides the weight!
Good Things: 1: It's lighter. 2. It's made by Apple. 3: It has Safari?
Bad Things: 1: Looks like an old MacBook. 2. Feels like an old MacBook. 3. It even smells like an MacBook!
Final Rating: 6/10 Find the cheapest MacBook you can find and buy that!

My next blog will be my 100th blog! And to celebrate, I will be releasing a new series! MOVIE REVIEWS! Episode 1: How To Train Your Dragon! YEAH!

Sunday, June 13, 2010

A new language: JAPENGLISH!

The following sentences are sentences from songs turned in to Japanese, and then turned back to English. Fun.


Let me sail, let me sail, let me Orinoco Flow!
I do sail I, I'll let Orinokofuro We will sail!

I used to rule the world, sees would rise when I gave the word.
I used to look over the world, I would give up the word.

I'm blue ba da be da da da ba da da de da da da da da da
I'll be ba blue No. Dadadedadadadadada Dada Dada

I like to make my self believe, that planet earth turns slowly.
I myself like to make is that the Earth would be slow

I'm white and nerdy.
I'm a geek and white.

Mia he! Mia who! Mia ha! Mia ha ha!
He Mia! Mere man! Miahekutaru! The Mia Haha!

Don't go breaking my heart! I couldn't if I tried!
Do not Go Breaking My Heart! If I can not try it!

Because you had a bad day! You feeling knocked down. You're singing a song just turning around.
It was a bad day for you! Feel you knockdown. Only around singing your songs.

YEAH!

Saturday, December 05, 2009

FanMade MST3K?











Hello. This blog is called Mystery Joseph Theater 3000. And it's been a long time since I have talked about MST3K. So I have done some thing in the past. First: I have made some riftrax on some freakin old shorts. But I'm trying to see if I can get them on somewhere. But for now here the DVD coversNow below me I have the Homeade mst3k that i made. I make fun of a Microsoft comerical with Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeild. Here's the Original.











Now here's the riff!


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Sunday, June 28, 2009

The Carlsbad Caverns Vacation: Day 1: Arches National Park

Before I start, I want to apoligise for not doing a blog for a long time. Sorry. Here we go...



The plan was to do a vacation at Carlsbad Caverns with lots of cool places to stop on the way. So we packed up the car (and boy was it full) and headed off to Carlsbad Caverns. But the first stop we made on the way was Arches National Park.


Arches National Park in Moab, Utah is the only National Park in Utah that we would go to. We saw Delicate Arch, Balanced Rock, Double Arch, 2 Window Arches, and some that we saw as we were driving away from it. That National Park I will of a rating out of 10 is 7/10.

After that we went to our first campsite. It was a little bit away from Arches but it was one of my top 3 favorite campsites on the trip. Then we packed up after the night and went to our next place: Albuquerque!