Descpicable Me

July 12, 2010 by  
Filed under Games, iPad, Reviews

Despicable Me, a 3D animated comedy by Universal Pictures, opened in theaters this past weekend and has already hit number one in the box office! The movie stars Steve Carrel as the voice of Gru, a Scrooge-like character who is determined to become a supervillain . And if you enjoyed the lovely voice of Mary Poppins, you’ll be happy to know that Julie Andrews played the voice of Gru’s mother!

Immerse yourself in Gru’s villainous world right on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad! Despicable Me: Minion Mania is available for your gaming pleasure. The game is an adorable puzzler that will surely tickle your brain cells. Guide the minions through various puzzles by moving them in around in Gru’s top secret laboratory! Put them in the right positions to unlock the next level.

For more information about the Despicable Me: Minions Mania iPhone game, see the official website. An iPad version available too. Both versions are currently on sale for 99 cents! But hurry, this sale won’t last very long. A free lite version is also available if you want to try it out. Full review forthcoming.

Purchase: iPhone Version (99 cents) | iPad version (99 cents) | Lite iPhone Version (Free)

Back to the Future Trilogy

November 30, 2009 by  
Filed under Multimedia

backtothefutureI loved Back to the Future! I guess my age shows when I tell you that these movies were on VHS tapes when I was a kid. But not to worry, the complete trilogy is now available on DVD format and for only $10.49! It’s a great gift for the “Back to the Future” fan.

Purchase Back to the Future – The Complete Trilogy (Widescreen Edition) from Amazon.com.

Note: There are some reports of framing issues on Disc 2 and 3. Here is an update on the issue.

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Wall-E

July 5, 2008 by  
Filed under Multimedia

Wall-E

I saw Wall-E today! It was very cute. The love story between the two robots was darling. You can see how very ‘human’ their feelings were. The beginning is cute, but kind of slow. Then the last half of the movie is all about Robot chases. ;) One thing I learned from the movie is… I don’t want to be sitting all day, or bad things may happen. haha You’ll understand when you see the movie!

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