|1.||Le Petrole Nationale Francais|
The second novel in a trilogy written by Robert and Micah after "Cheeze" and before "TEA". Involving numerous characters based on people from their lives, it's an exciting world that's only half finished and full of action and deep plot twists. The novel is also partially based on TV shows, video games and books that the two authors have read. The book will be published after tons of editing and released after Cheeze has established a name for itself.
"Did you read Le Petrole Nationale Francais? It's a great book!"
A person who lives and thrives off of the popular tv show "Lost". Lostaholics feed off of plot twists, unsolved mysteries, and time travel. Many Lostaholics attend LA (Lostaholic Anonymous) meetings, where they discuss previous happenings on their favorite tv show, and also make predictions of what is to come. Lostaholics are often found trading seasons of "Lost," re-watching old episodes, and researching hidden islands in the Atlantic.
John: Hey dude, wanna come play pool around seven?
Sean: Fuck no! It's a Tuesday and I have to find out what happens on Lost!
John: You are such a damn Lostaholic.
RPG for the Playstation, the sequel to the successful Chrono Trigger. Chrono Cross is one of the greatest games ever made. The plot is by far more developed than any Final Fantasy game. The character development for the majority of the characters could use work, but the main characters are fine. The graphics are pretty good for a game that came out a while ago, and the cinematic scenes are very nice. But the main thing that really stands out in Chrono Cross is the MUSIC! The music is simpy amazing and beautifully constructed. Yasunori Mitsuda, the composer, did a wonderful job. Chrono Cross owns everything!
Wow, Chrono Cross is so cool. What an intricate plot! and suspenseful plot twists! and WONDERFUL music! Go buy the game!
Dog shit novelist extraordinare. All his stories are about terrorist or communists getting their asses whomped by the "free", democratic western countries. Even though his stories are generic and boorish, they do make for mildly entertaining movies (Hunt For Red October), and pretty decent videogames (Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six, etc).
Even though his stories are mostly shit. His success is quite high. His obscene crap-to-money ratio amazes us all. So Tom Clancy, for that, I salute you.
In fact. One man (Maddox) proved once and for all that anyone can make a storyline which equals anything Clancy can write. Don't believe me? Just check it out under "Five shitty movies that everybody loves" at www.thebestpageintheuniverse.com, at the bottom of the page is the "Tom Clancy Plot Generator", using this, I have created a plot just as good as anything Tom Clancy could make:..
Communists devise a scheme to take over a generic industrial compound for ransom under the watchful eye of corrupt German officials (played by Americans with fake German accents). The plot twists when the Communists threaten to blow up the White House even after their demands are met. Millions of lives are at stake unless a rookie CIA agent eager to prove his worth can overcome his brooding self-doubt and stop the Communists once and for all. The movie ends with a mildly comical and/or ironic scene in which the Communists blow up or go to prison. Another satisfying tale of political intrigue and personal redemption closes, and we all walk away from this movie a little wiser.
Something that Michael Bay tries to avoid at all cost. Even when confronted.
Screenwriter: Do you know of anyone interested in directing my screenplay?
Michael Bay: I could do it.
Screenwriter: Really? It will be a challenge. There are over fifteen characters with fleshed out backgrounds and over 10 different detailed settings in which the story takes place, not to mention the mutiple plot twists and character developments.
Michael Bay: Any explosions?
Screenwriter: Nope. None at all.
Michael Bay: *checks schedule* Yeah I just realized I'm busy on that date.
Screenwriter: But I didn.......
Michael Bay: O.K. bye!
*Michael Bay runs away*
Harry Potter is a book for all ages. It merges real life, with fantasy. Each book as all the good characteristics that make up a story. Some can't get into it, and that's understandable. Not everyone likes books that have to do with wizards,witch's,giants and many,many other creatures, including giant spiders and trolls.
Many people also don't like the simplicity of the first 2 books. Well, let me tell you the books grew with the readers. By the time you get to the 7th book a complicated plot with a mixture of characters, and characters intentions and personality's are revealed. It creates a world where every character has there own thought's and actions. The characters aren't flat, many are rounded out by the 7th book. Sure it takes 7 books, but we only get the information Harry gets, so we only find things out when he finds them out.
Over all it is a series that is "real". Many books I've read, have certain characters that are brought out, but many are ignored, and the other character's are ignored. J.K Rowling new what part each character was going to play when she wrote it, so each character was made and there line developed so foreshadowing for characters is in each book, even if you don't realize it till the event happens.
Not to be compared with LOTR or Eragon
LOTR:Quest to destroy a magic and evil ring, world, characters and setting are original, and is a category on it's own
Eragon:A Boy Who finds a Dragon Egg, one of the last, and because of that the King want's him killed. Set in a distant land with some magical creatures. original to say the least (Very interesting, also, lots of plot twists)
Harry Potter: About a boy who survived a all power full killing curse, cased by the most powerful dark wizard of all time. The series outlines his quest to stay alive while the powerful dark lord is trying to return to a body to finish him off for good, and take over Britain. Also, a tale of how to survive school. You follow the story by watching Harry, the boy who lived. Sounds bad, but in reality is a original work, that is ingenious
A Shonentard is a highly moronic teen or sad adult that loves and takes action shonens seriously (action shonens: anime that focus on mindless fights, lack of realism, dumb characters, and terrible everything, besides an occasionally good OST). Shonentards generally:more...
a). pay no mind to the fact that their show follows no logic and lacks realism,
b). act very dumb online,
c). consider seinen (seinen: opposite of shonen) that don't have lots of violence and fanservice to be boring,
d). don't like any realistic characters who lack a traumatic event from their past and are now motivated by friendship to protect the ones they love, and in turn claim realistic characters lack characterisation because of their lack of the aforementioned traits,
e). only care about their unchoreographed fights, what happens next in the senseless story, how cool a character is (character coolness to a shonentard is different from that of a normal person and usually evolves into becoming attracted to characters and mix and matching them into imagined relationships), and how good the music is, paying little to no attention to the real nuances and factors that make films entertaining,
f). buy lots of related merchandise and/or cosplay simply to boost their own fandom,
g). are easily manipulated by plot-driven shonens into thinking they're intelligent, when really they consist of lame battles of fake logic combined w/ fake emotion.