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    It's 2012, and the world is quiet. For a split-second. Those who watched the after-the-trailer clip in Thor know that S.H.I.E.L.D. has possession of the Tesseract, it's in a safe facillity, no problems, right? WRONG! Because the Tesseract has just been stolen by Loki (Tom Hiddleston), righ...
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    The year is 2805, and the world's a dump. Literally. The human race have evacuated into outer-space, leaving legions of Waste Allocation Load Lifter (Earth-class) (WALL-E)robots to clean up. At first it works, but machines don't last forever, and without humans to repair them, the WALL-E&#...
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    Most everyone has witness something falling to the ground. Wether or not it was our fault is not the point. But here's how it works: cloth- direct fall, no bounce. marble- bounces for a time, then slooowly rolls to a halt. bouncy-ball/flubber- bounces for a REALLY long time, getting bigger with...
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    Most everyone has witness something falling to the ground. Wether or not it was our fault is not the point. But here's how it works: cloth- direct fall, no bounce. marble- bounces for a time, then slooowly rolls to a halt. bouncy-ball/flubber- bounces for a REALLY long time, getting bigger with...
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    alright, this is awkward. I guess I'd better get it over with. My name is Dr. John Watson (actually it's Martin Freeman). My therapist told me that I should write a blog. She claims it will help me. I have no idea what to write. I highly doubt it. I suppose I could write about my new flatm...
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    A fireman's job is tough. Understatement. But it's even tougher to come home to a cold silence from your wife. Such is the case for Captain Caleb Holt (Kirk Cameron). After years of a hard marriage, where neither half seems to care for the other, his wife tells him that she is divorcing hi...
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    Lo, hark one and all, to this tale of knights and squires, peasants and princes, chivalry and conceit, artwork and adventure. At the death of his mentor and master, Sir Arlan of Pennytree, Dunc takes up the mantle of Hedge knight and heads to the nearest tourney to establish himself. Good stu...
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    Now, I'm not saying "YOU CANNOT PUT THESE IN YOUR BOOKS!". I'm just pointing out some commoners. 1. Your protagonist is white. I have seldom seen any exceptions to this chlech'e. It's sad. And let's not forget that if your main character is Asian, he or she MUST...
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    Okay, first off, I'm not saying that none of these should ever be used again, 'cause then the solutions would become clech'e. 1. Love solves all. This is mostly used in stories where the main character is a girl. It's not too bad, but there are times where it's just ...
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    1. clueless/evil parents. yes, I am aware of what Cinderella would be without the evil stepmother, and what Simba's Pride would be without Zira, but seriously?! This evaluation of parents has become so inflated over the past four-five years that it is unrealistic. I mean, sure, I'm sure t...
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    the last line of An Unexpected Journey: "I think the worst of it is behind us now." Then, of course, we are reminded of that 900 ton, fire breathing dragon under Erebor. So perhaps Bilbo wasn't exactly accurate in that statement, not counting the berserker skin-changer, Azog, son, ...
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    When we last left Asgard, Thor had just defeated his evil brother Loki, completely demolished the Bifrost (to those who haven't seen the first movie or read the legends, the Bifrost is a rainbow bridge used to teleport people from, say, Asgard to Earth), reconciled with his father, and left Jan...
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    Hi again. This would be section 2 of my writing advice series. If you are still here, congrats! you're willing to put up with me! Okay, down to business. This section is on..check the title. Uh-huh. So basically, there are 3 types of stories: 1. the heroic quest. 2. Boy meets girl/girl mee...
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    villain or hero, young or old, characters need friends. When making friends for your characters, PLEASE think of this rule: NO CLECH'E. There is nothing more boring than a stereotype. Make your characters mysterious and changing. Have a geek preform some judo on a bunch of grade A+ quarterba...
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    In the forests of Idaho, something is hunting. Every one who's ever met it has been found horrendously killed. There are no survivors, no evidence of what, or who it is. Only blood and screams. Reed Shelton, police deputy of Willard, a small town in Idaho, had been planning this camping trip...
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    Okay, the villain is highly possible of bearing the label: "most complex character ever in the history of writing", so please bear with me on this article. Last article I wrote was about the hero's role. It's a pretty obvious role. And so is the villain's. If anything, ...
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    Once upon a time, in the fair kingdom of Florin, there lived a young girl, Butter-cup, who loved two things in life: Horse-riding (YAY!) and bossing around the hired farm-worker, Westley (Cary Elwes). But when ever Butter-cup tells him to do something, all he ever says is : "As you wish" ...
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    there are two main components in writing a story, especially fiction. A. Plot. B. Characters. while plot, those moments of sheer terror or romantic peace, is usually the first thing to come to mind, what would those moments be without the characters? Everything can be like a character. A dog,...
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    I was on top of the world, swingin' high With a ring in my pocket. Ask MJ to be my wife, and Harry's forgot all about his daddy.. When from out of the sky, like a bomb, came a parasite goo in a meteor. Then all of a sudden, some strange things are happenin' to me. I had frien...
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    Ever since he was a monster-kid, Mike Masowki (Billy Crystal) (I don't know how to spell that right off.) has been the average, looked down on (literally) person in school, and life in general. But his hopes for success and popularity soar when he is accepted into Monsters University, and more ...
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    This story starts out like something that might summarize my life if I went to Public school. Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire), thin and studious, chasing the bus. He finally catches up, with a little help from the beautiful Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst) telling the driver to stop. Yet as he searches for a ...
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    A long time ago, in a world far, far away, King Odin 'all-father'(Anthony Hopkins) tells his two sons, Thor & Loki(who are possibly twins), about the war against the frost giants over earth, in which the giant's main power source, the casket, was taken away from them. Plus he tel...
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