Archive for April, 2013

Taking a brave leap back into MMO hell… and loving it.

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

I’ve never been big on “fantasy” type games, nor have I ever really cared for online/multiplayer games – I prefer to be a lone gunman than have to deal with other players who for the most part are unrepentant twats yet to have their first real sexual experience that doesn’t involve a family member.  That being said, the fact I devoted nearly 3 years of my life and killed at least 1 relationship playing World of Warcraft was a shock to say the least.

In the time I devoted to WOW, I saw many other attempts to oust the 6 million lb elephant in the room fail…  Nothing could pull me away quicker than the simple realization that I was devoting many hours a day grinding to earn enough money so I could buy some new weapon, some new armor, etc… so I could grind killing bigger and badder things to repeat the process.

Now that SyFy (I still hate that name, it’s SciFi damnit) has taken the wraps off of Defiance – which from what I can tell is an entirely new take on a game based on a show – or a show based on a game (which is it???) I’ve been gloriously sucked back in to the MMO world.  FINALLY an open world MMO that isn’t confined to the world of elves, trolls, magic, etc…  I’ve got guns!  They make things die!  I even get a quad (or mount for those of you already initiated to MMO hell) to tool around on without having to grind for hours on end.

Defiance is a futuristic science fiction open world MMO (with no monthly fees, even) that places you on a changed Earth years after several alien races popped by for cocktails only to overstay their welcome, terraform the landscape, and generally mess our shit up.  There are two “friendly” races to pick from with several sub-classes to choose from as far as the type of character you’ll be developing.

The graphics are top notch PC quality (I still consider the PC as the standard for graphics, not a console), controls are very well done, and overall the gameplay is smooth and refined.  There is no real learning curve to the game, both MMO virgins and veterans who have played pretty much any open world shooter can hit the ground running.  If I could break out the broad brush of generalization – Defiance is a mix of Fallout, Borderlands, and (simply for the framework) World of Warcraft.

All of the standard weapon flavors are there, pistols, SMG, LMG, Assault Rifles, Shotguns, Rocket/Grenade launchers… and once the proper “EGO” level is achieved, you can modify them to your hearts content.  Other more sci-fi options are available such as the BMG which can either drain bad guys of life or restore life to allies.  If I had a single complaint about the weaponry so far it would be that you can only actively use 2 weapons at any given time.

My general preference for most any game is a solid sniper rifle for ranged attack and a good SMG for close range assault.   I’ve never been big on shotguns in any game going as far back as Doom, but they’re just about a necessity in Defiance.  Thankfully even the low-end shotguns offer massive damage with a decent rate of fire and magazine size.  This is where my complaint really comes into play though.  I think that to do the best job at killing I should be able to swap between a long/medium/short range weapon on the fly…  Instead I need to take a guess as to what would be the best loadout for a given situation and keep my fingers crossed that I got it right.

If I discover too late that I’m better off with a shotgun, or I’ve burned through all of my ammunition, I need to jump to my inventory menu – double-click the weapon I want to use, select the weapon it will be replacing, and then dive back into the fray.  Defiance being an MMO though, the action doesn’t stop while I dig into my collection for the best weapon of pixelated destruction… 99% of the time I’m getting attacked and unless I get my timing just right I’ll hop out of the menu just in time to find myself on my ass in need of being revived.  I’ve read something about being able to set up alternate loadouts in the game that can allow me to swap weapons faster but its still not ideal.  This is something the dev’s should seriously address because IMHO – if I’m not killing or exploring, I’m not playing, and their goal should be to keep the action at the forefront instead of forcing players into the menu screens during an attack.

One of the most frustrating aspects of any MMO is that the open world maps are generally MASSIVE, and even while sprinting it can take forever to get where you need to go.  Defiance handles this brilliantly, as once you finish the “tutorial” missions, you get a simple quad with a boost function which vastly improves the task of traveling across the map.  Other perks?  GPS.  Set a waypoint on the map, and you’ll get a route on your minimap of how to get where you’re going.  Lastly, any area you visit that has a ‘fast travel’ allows you to get back to that area simply by double-clicking the fast-travel icon on the map.  Much of my travelling that wasn’t mission based so far has been getting to areas that have the fast-travel so that I don’t have to waste extra time later on getting around.  Now going by the cut-scenes and what I’ve actually seen in game, it looks like Dodge has thrown some money at the game as some of the quads  have a “Dodge” emblem and oh yeah – there are Mad-Max style Challengers roaming around as well.  I haven’t found the vendor which offers those yet, but it’s pretty cool to see some post-apocalyptic rides tooling around that are actually recognizable.  Personally, I’d prefer a RAM or even a Durango, but hey that’s just me.

There are a few different types of currency in the game, each allowing you to modify various aspects of your experience.  IAP’s are also enabled, so far the IAP “bits” I think they’re called allow you to get lock-boxes (grab bag of random weapons, etc…) inventory size increases, outfits, vehicles, etc…  I dropped $5 on some bits but haven’t used them just yet as I’ve been able to get what I need as the game plays out.

I  mentioned earlier that if you get killed, you have 3 options – one (which can only be used every once and a while) is to self-revive, another is to re-spawn at a nearby spawn point, and of course at any time you can be revived by another player.  Something I’m not sure exists yet (but should if it does not) are med packs.  A lot of times I’m just moments away from killing that last bad guy only to get dropped.  If I could click a button and use a medpack – that’d be sweet.

Another unavoidable weakness of Defiance (which holds true for every MMO I have ever played) is the grind.  Sure, there are races, rampages (kill as many bad guys in a specific time limit), and other ways to get XP, loot, and currency – but in the end there are a ton of “Go here, kill bad guys, get the item” missions.  Thankfully, picking off enemies with a rifle is more fun than killing 1000 boars to obtain the sword of infinite truth, plus you always have the option to run the bastards over.

The last feature I’m going to mention here that I like are your “EGO” abilities.  I forgot what EGO translates to, but essentially it’s a computer in your head that gives you powers.  My choice was the cloak which allows me to sneak up, Predator style, escape an attack with  my life by cloaking while out of sight, and generally wreak invisible havoc.  Other choices are overcharge (ramp up your weapon damage), blur (run really fast), and decoy (total recall style).  I’ll probably create some other characters to try those out, but as your character develops you’re able to increase your skill tree along side your increasing EGO level and unless I’m mistaken it looks like you can actually branch out into other powers… Not sure yet.

Overall, I’m loving the game.  It’s a fresh take on the MMO style, the fact it’s tied to a SciFi series (even horrible shows can go 10 seasons there) is a perk.  The show is pretty good as well, and provides a lot of the back story that is lacking beyond hints and whatnot during gameplay.  $59.95 will get you a standard copy while a whopping $100 gets you the ‘deluxe’ edition.  I have a feeling I’ll be upgrading to that version eventually as if history has proven anything… me + MMO = time sink of epic proportion 🙂

Android VS iOS… Round 1

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Recently I decided to pick up a new Android tablet as I’d been using it on my phone for some time, and while I absolutely adore my iPad 2, I wanted to see how far Android had come as far as providing a real challenge to the market domination held by Apple.

My choice was the ASUS Transformer TF300T.  It’s a 10.1″ tablet with the NVidia Tegra 4 processor, 1gb of RAM, 32gb of built-in storage, and an available microSD card slot.  It’s a few ticks lighter than my iPad2 with a higher resolution as well.  I looked over the other options but I felt that short of going online and ordering a Nexus, this was my best option as far as a balance of performance and price.  The option of an attachable dock -w- keyboard was also nice but wasn’t something I picked up at the time.

Now some folks might say it’d be better to compare this against an iPad3, but to be perfectly honest if you’ve got an iPad3 – how likely are you to switch?  Sure, the cost savings are obvious, but if you’re already in the tablet game the big question for you would be whether to stay with Apple or to try something new.

Now lets get my complaints out of the way right off the get go here…

* Power jack is on the long-edge of the tablet.  One thing I didn’t realize was great about my iPad until I got the TF300T was the location of the power jack.  Generally I use my tablet in a seated position or while laying down in bed.  That leaves the jack pressing into my chest, stomach, or against the table which puts undue stress on the joint between the plug and the cable.  I foresee this wearing out sooner rather than later, which leads me to my next complaint…

* Power cable is unreasonably short.  I’d guess it is 3-4′ in length, so if you enjoy using it while plugged in to maintain the battery, plan on buying a longer cable or only sitting intimately close to the nearest outlet.  Good news is that a 3M charging cable is less than $3, but this leads me to my next complaint…

* Cannot charge / use the tablet when connected to a PC via the USB cable.  I generally kept my iPad jacked in to my PC unless I had the power adapter available.  After installing a 3rd party app from Asus I was able to both maintain the charge as well as use the device.  It seems that the TF300T is specifically designed that when connected to anything BUT the available charger, it will only charge when the screen is off.  LAME.

* Apps?  The only way to really get the full experience of any modern tablet is by downloading and installing apps to the device.  Personally, my priority is on gaming but I also require other apps to allow me to do my job remotely.  I’ve never paid much attention to the Google Play store until now, and when compared to the Apple App store – there is very little to actually compare.  The whole Play store interface is generally cumbersome.  Searching for various keywords results in a long list of Apps with a small number that actually provide what the user is looking for.  Other app stores (such as Amazon) are available but as they’re based on providing app’s to the same Android system, you may get more flexibility but IMHO – much less convenience.  It should be able to provide greater granularity to the store without being sued by Apple for copyright infringement.

* Games.  Like I said, I’m an avid gamer.  You don’t have a gaming laptop, Xbox 360, Wii, and iPad 2 each with an obscene catalog of games if your hobby is fly fishing.  I love to game.  I love to explore, conquer, and generally bake the workday out of my brain in new games.  There’s a pretty large collection available, and the HD titles look prettier overall than their sister titles on iOS, but I’ve discovered that there’s just way too much … CRAP in the Android app store.  There’s no real distinction between what plays best on a tablet vs a phone beyond “HD” or “THD” branded titles, so the global availability of Android across many different hardware platforms has drastically cut the price point of owning an Android based tablet but it has also contributed to the general confusion of making the most of the tablet with new apps.  As far as my current addiction – sandbox titles – there are a handful, but none of the 2D staples that I’ve enjoyed on my iPad.

Now for the pros.

* Performance.  This thing is FAST.  Loading the same App on the TF300T vs my iPad 2 indicates that the TF300T spanks it, hands down, as far as loading Apps and booting the device.

* Options.  The TF300T has a GPS, a standard mini-HDMI port, expandable storage, and ‘rooting’ the device allows the user to install any number of custom ROM’s, apparently some folks even install Ubuntu linux on these.  I’ve already rooted it so I can fully explore what it is capable of, I even tried a custom (and popular) ROM known as “Cyanogenmod.”  I ended up removing it shortly after as I found that the performance rapidly degraded with that ROM.  I may try some others but for now the stock ROM, rooted, appears to work just fine for me.

* Price.  With tax, the TF300T cost me $374 at Best Buy.  My iPad2 64GB Wifi cost about $800 new, and an iPad3 with 32gb of storage will run you about $600 and generally lock you in to the “Apple” universe while the TF300T offers many more options for expansion and utilization.

Overall, Android is the best option for a new tablet user IF you’ve never owned an iPad.  When it comes to apps, Apple wins hands down.  Jailbreak the device, and Apple still holds the lead.  If I could make a simple metaphor here, Android is like the wild west of portable computing where iOS is the shining city on a hill.  Not without its flaws mind you, and unless Apple retires its legal department and dusts off its innovation department, I don’t see a future where Android will not dominate… but it’s not there yet.

Here’s hoping that Google gets off its ass and tightens up that app store so there will be a day where I don’t need to switch between my iPad and my Transformer anymore, until then – I’ve got the best of both worlds.

Delving into the 2nd dimension of sandbox gameplay…

Monday, April 1st, 2013

For years now I’ve had a healthy addiction to Minecraft, even going as far as developing my own mods for the game.  Still, night after night, collecting resources, building, fighting, etc… in the nearly infinite sandbox world eventually grew repetitive and tiresome.  That put me on the search for something new to whet my sandbox style appetites, and with that in mind I’m hoping to build a fairly complete list of what I’ve played so far as well as a brief review of what I think is worth playing.

Terraria: terraria2As of last week, my primary addiction was Terraria.  I picked it up for my PC via Steam for $2.50.  It has all of the boxes checked as far as feeding my addition… mining, crafting, fighting, etc… The worlds range from small to massive with a massive inventory of items to create and quite possibly the best lighting I’ve ever seen in a sandbox style game.  One of the best aspects of this game are the number of bosses and enemies, and that defeating bosses such as the ominous sounding “Wall of Flesh” will reshape your entire world and provide a whole new set of challenges to face.

Junk Jack:


This game is in the same vein as Terraria, but only available on iOS for $2.99 I believe.  It has some IAP options, but nothing necessary to actually play and enjoy the game.  It also provides large open worlds with copious amounts of crafting and exploration options.  Enemies are fairly diverse and provide even more resources for crafting.  The worlds aren’t as large as what you’d find on Terraria, but there are many different biomes available which always keep things interesting.



My first experience with 2D sandbox games, also only available on iOS, it follows a traditional ‘pay to play’ model.  Crafting options are much more limited than either Terraria or Junk Jack and my biggest gripe with the game is the general requirement of IAP (In App Purchases) in order to progress through the game and accomplish anything before the next generation iPad arrives.  The graphics are done very well and I also enjoy the ability to queue several actions, but there aren’t any threats in the game besides the environment (ie, gravity and lava if you go deep enough).  It has potential, but this one is strictly about mining, crafting, and if you want to do anything really cool – paying.



This was a game that sucked me in quick, sucked some cash out of my pocket (the basic worlds are free, but if you want premium access as well as better tools and resources, be prepared to perform some IAP’s).  Constructed in a “steampunk” open world, there are a handful of enemies and while it offers a fairly large amount of resources to craft with – what you can craft in the end is also pretty limited.  Every world starts out polluted, and in order to purify it and create life the player must defeat dungeons teaming with insanely overpowered boss characters.  Most worlds are generally harvested by their player base and stripped clean with very little consideration for actually purifying the worlds.  I dropped $10 on my own private world to collect resources from, as well as another $30 in IAP points to upgrade my available tools.  It’s not something I do on a regular basis (I blame the tax refund).  It’s fairly fun to play and offers PVP, but overall needs a lot more content.

Epic Inventor:


I’ve only played about an hour into this game so far.  The control and crafting setup is pretty cumbersome.  You start out with an open world and a robot sidekick that can both defend you as well as provide some advanced transportation options.  Resources are gathered by holding down a keyboard key and the duration of collecting the resource is determined by the level of the tool you use.  Graphics are much simpler than Terraria, and so far I do not see any real options as far as being able to “dig” your own world.  The biggest problem that I had was the crafting interface as there are MANY crafting options and even with the ability to filter down a specific type of item to craft, you’re limited by a single line side-scrolling selection of what to craft.  I need to spend some more time in game to see if it’s worth even a temporary addiction, but so far it hasn’t really hooked me.



Honestly I logged in to this game for about 5 minutes then logged right back out.  I’m going to give it another shot but the graphics were seemed dated and I didn’t quite grasp the controls right away.  There are both free and paid versions of the game.

That’s pretty much my top list as far as your “traditional” 2D sandbox style games that I’ve played through so far.  Up next? 2d drilling and resource collection titles. 🙂

Current Movie List

Monday, April 1st, 2013

10 Things I Hate About You
200 Cigarettes
27 Dresses
28 Days
28 Days Later
28 Weeks Later
30 Days of Night
50 First Dates
A Bronx Tale
A Christmas Story
A History of Violence
A Man Apart
A Nightmare On Elm Street 1984
A Nightmare On Elm Street 2 Freddy’s Revenge
A Nightmare On Elm Street 2010
A Nightmare On Elm Street 3 Dream Warriors
A Nightmare On Elm Street 4 The Dream Master
A Nightmare On Elm Street 5 The Dream Child
A Nightmare On Elm Street 6 Freddy’s Dead
A Nightmare On Elm Street 7 Wes Cravens New Nightmare
A Time To Kill
Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter
Addams Family
Addams Family Values
Along Came Polly
American Beauty
American Pie
American Pie 2
American Psycho
American Reunion
American Splendor
American Wedding
As Good as It Gets
Austin Powers
Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me
b and the b
Baby Mama
Back To The Future
Back To The Future 2
Back To The Future 3
Bad Santa
Bad Teacher
Batman Begins
Batman The Dark Knight Returns Part 1
Batman The Dark Knight Returns Part 2
Battle Los Angeles
Battlestar Galactica – Blood & Chrome
Bee Movie
Behind Enemy Lines
Big Daddy
Big Fish
Bill And Teds Bogus Journey
Bill And Teds Excellent Adventure
Bitter Moon
Blade 2
Blade Runner
Blade Trinity
Blazing Saddles
Blood Diamond
Bride Wars
Bridget Jones The Edge Of Reason
Bridget Jones’s Diary
Broken Arrow
Broken City
Brother Bear
Brother Bear 2
Bruce Almighty
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Camp Rock
Can’t Hardly Wait
Captain America The First Avenger
Cars 2
Casino Royale
Chances Are
Charlie Wilsons War
Charlies Angels
Chernobyl Diaries
Children of Men
Circle Of Friends
Cloud Atlas
Collateral Damage
Con Air
Couples Retreat
Cowboys & Aliens
Coyote Ugly
Crimson Tide
Cruel Intentions
Daddy Day Care
Dane Cook Isolated Incident
Dane Cook Viscious Circle
Dark Blue
Dark Shadows
Days of Thunder
Dead Poets Society
Death Race
Deep Purple Live at California Jam
Dennis Leary Lock N Load
Dennis Leary No Cure For Cancer
Despicable Me
Devil’s Advocate
Did You Hear About The Morgans
Die Another Day
Die Hard
Die Hard II
Die Hard III
Die Hard IV
Dirty Work
Domestic Disturbance
Don’t Say a Word
Donnie Darko
Dr No
Dream House
Dukes Of Hazzard
Easy A
Eddie And The Cruisers
Eddie And The Cruisers Ii
Edge Of Darkness
Edward Scissorhands
Ellen Degeneres
Euro Trip
Extreme Measures
Fair Game
Falling Down
Fast And The Furious
Ferris Buellers Day Off
Fight Club
Final Destination
Finding Nemo
Fire With Fire
Flight of The Navigator
Flight of The Navigator
Forever Young
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Formula 51
Four Weddings And A Funeral
Friday Night Lights
Friends With Benefits
From Paris With Love
From Russia With Love
Fun With Dick And Jane
Ghost Of Girlfriends Past
Ghost Rider
Gi Joe The Rise of Cobra
Gone in 60 Seconds
Good Luck Chuck
Good Morning Vietnam
Gran Torino
Grave Encounters
Grave Encounters 2
Grosse Point Blank
Grumpier Old Men
Grumpy Old Men
Half Baked
Halloween 1978
Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle
Harry N Hendersons
Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince
Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban
Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone
Herbie Goes Bananas
Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo
Herbie Rides Again
Herbie The Love Bug
Hollywood Homicide
Home Alone
Horton Hears a Who
Hotel Transylvania
House at the End of the Street
House on Haunted Hill
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
Hunt For Red October
I Am Legend
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry
Independence Day
Indiana Jones and Raiders of The Lost Ark
Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of The Crystal Skull
Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade
Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom
Inglourious Basterds
Iron Man
ironman 2
It Could Happen to You
Jeff Dunham – Minding The Monsters
Jeff Dunham Arguing With Myself
Jeff Dunham Controlled Chaos
Jeff Dunham Spark Of Insanity
Jeff Dunham’s Very Special Christmas Special
Jerry Maguire
Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park 3
Jurassic Park The Lost World
Just Married
Kick Ass
Kill Bill 1 2003
Kill Bill 2 2004
Killing Them Softly
Knocked Up
Kung Fu Panda
Kung Fu Panda 2
Last Action Hero
Law Abiding Citizen
Lawnmower Man
Lawnmower Man 2
Legally Blonde
Legends Of The Fall
Les Miserables
Lethal Weapon 1
Lethal Weapon 2
Lethal Weapon 3
Lethal Weapon 4
Lewis Black Unleashed
Little Nicky
Lord of The Rings – The Fellowship of The Ring
Lord of The Rings – The Return of The King
Lord of The Rings – The Two Towers
Love Actually
Madagascar – Escape 2 Africa
Madagascar 3 – Europes Most Wanted
Maid In Manhattan
Man On Fire
Matchstick Men
Matrix Reloaded
Max Payne
Maximum Overdrive
Mean Girls
Meet Joe Black
Meet The Fockers
Meet The Parents
Meet The Robinsons
Men In Black
Men in Black 2
Men In Black 3
Mickey Blue Eyes
Minority Report
Mission Impossible
Mission Impossible 2
Mission Impossible 3
Mission Impossible 4
Mona Lisa Smile
Murder By Numbers
Music And Lyrics
My Best Friends Girl
My Best Friends Wedding
My Cousin Vinny
National Treasure
Natural Born Killers
Next of Kin
Nick And Norah’s Infinite Playlist
Night At The Museum
Nine Inch Nails And All That Could Have Been
Nine Months
Notes On a Scandal
Notting Hill
Office Space
Old School
On The Road
Once Upon A Time In Mexico
Over The Top
Patriot Games
Pirates of the Caribbean
Police Academy
Poolhall Junkies
Practical Magic
Pretty Woman
Public Enemies
Pulp Fiction
Quantum Of Solace
Queen of the Damned
Rebel WIthout a Cause
Red Dawn
Red Dawn 2012
Red Dragon
REPO The Genetic Opera
Reservoir Dogs
Resident Evil
Resident Evil Afterlife
Resident Evil Apocalypse
Resident Evil Extinction
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Road to Perdition
Road Trip
Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
Rock Of Ages
Rocky 1
Rocky 2
Rocky 3
Rocky 4
Rocky 5
Rocky Balboa
Rush Hour 1
Sam Kinison Breaking The Rules
Save The Last Dance
Saving Private Ryan
Saving Private Ryan
Scream 1
Scream 2
Scream 3
Scream 4
Seeker Dark Is Rising
Seven Psychopaths
Sex And The City
Sex And The City 2
Shakespeare in Love
Shallow Hal
Shanghai Knights
Sherlock Holmes
Shrek The Third
Sleepy Hollow
Small Soldiers
Smokey And The Bandit
Snow White & The Huntsman
Something Something Something Dark Side
Source Code
Spiderman 1
Spiderman 2
Spiderman 3
Star Trek
Star Trek 1 The Motion Picture
Star Trek 10 Nemesis
Star Trek 2 The Wrath Of Khan
Star Trek 3 The Search For Spock
Star Trek 4 The Voyage Home
Star Trek 6 Undiscovered Country
Star Trek 7 Generations
Star Trek 8 First Contact
Star Trek 9 Insurrection
Star Wars A New Hope
Star Wars Attack Of The Clones
Star Wars Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars Return of The Jedi
Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith
Star Wars The Phantom Menace
Stir of Echoes
Superman 2 Richard Donner’s Cut
Superman Doomsday
Superman Returns
Taken 2
Taking Lives
Terminator 2 Judgment Day
Terminator 3 Rise of The Machines
Terminator 3 Rise of The Machines – Fan’s Cut
Terminator Salvation
The 5th Element
The Adjustment Bureau
The Amazing Spiderman
The Avengers
The Aviator
The Boondock Saints
The Boondock Saints II
The Bounty Hunter
The Bourne Identity
The Bourne Legacy
The Bourne Supremacy
The Bourne Ultimatum
The Break Up
The Breakfast Club
The Brothers Bloom
The Brothers Grimm
The Butterfly Effect
The Butterfly Effect 2
The Cabin In The Woods
The Core
The Craft
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight Rises
The Day After Tomorrow
The Dead Zone
The Departed
The Devil Wears Prada
The Divide
The Expendables
The Expendables 2
The Fighter
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
The Godfather Part 1
The Godfather Part 2
The Godfather Part 3
The Golden Child
The Goonies
The Grudge
The Hobbit
The Hunger Games
The Incredible Hulk
The Island
The Karate Kid
The Last House On The Left
The Last Samurai
The Ledge
The Lion King
The Little Mermaid
The Lorax
The Lost Boys
The Matrix
The Matrix Revolutions
The Mummy
The Mummy Returns
The New Guy
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Odd Life of Timothy Green
The Others
The Patriot
The Polar Express
The Postman
The Proposal
The Pursuit Of Happyness
The Recruit
The Ref
The Replacements
The Ring
The Rock
The Running Man
The Silence Of The Lambs
The Terminator
The Thing Called Love
The Transporter
The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2
The Ugly Truth
The Untouchables
The Watch
The Wedding Date
The Wedding Singer
The Whole Nine Yards
The World is Not Enough
The Wraith
They Live
This is 40
Time Travelers Wife
Tomb Raider Cradle Of Life
Tomorrow Never Dies
Top Gun
Total Recall
Total Recall 2012
Toy Story 1
Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
Trading Places
Transformers Dark of The Moon
Transformers Revenge of The Fallen
Transformers The Movie
Tron Legacy
Tropic Thunder
Trouble With The Curve
Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 1
Twilight Eclipse
Twilight New Moon
Two Week’s Notice
Underworld – Awakening
Underworld Rise of the Lycans
Underworld- Evolution
Urban Legend
Urban Legends 2 Final Cut
Urban Legends 3 Bloody Mary
V for Vendetta
Varsity Blues
War of The Worlds
Wedding Crashers
Wedding Planner
What Happens In Vegas
What Women Want
White Christmas
White Noise
White Oleander
Whitesnake In The Still Of The Night Live
Wild Things
Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory
With Honors
Wizard Of Oz
Wreck It Ralph
X-Men 2
X-Men 3 The Last Stand
X-men First Class
X-Men Origins Wolverine
Young Guns
Young Guns 2
Zero Dark Thirty