Reviews by tree64
While many comedy movies are filled with sexual references and dirty jokes today, this movie contains none of those. I like how this movie was written cleverly, making it clean and funny for the whole family. This is the sequel to "Johnny English," but even if you haven't seen the first movie before, this will still understand this one. This movie is fun for the whole family, and ideal for movie nights. I really recommend that you see this movie, whether or not you've seen the first one!
I have always enjoyed the Inheritance Cycle, and now it has finally come to an end. I really enjoyed the plot that Christopher Paolini built up in this series, and I am disappointed that it has come to an end. The world described in this series was amazing, but the ending of the series was not as great. Although it was not as bad as some endings I've read, it left a pretty big cliffhanger, although this was the last book in the series. Even though Christopher Paolini has promised to write more on the world of Alagaesia, he did not promise to write more about Eragon and his dragon, Sapphira, leaving us all hanging. However, this is a great book, I if you enjoyed the first three in the series, you should definitely read this one.
This is a great book in the D.Gray-Man series. It is one of the most important volumes in the series, so you can't skip this book! Something big happens to Allen Walker in this book, and it leaves off with a cliffhanger, making you want to read more. This is a great series, and if you love manga and haven't read it before, you should definitely read this.
This book is about Sasha after she leaves the Clans. She has to scrape a future together for herself. Although I thought the drawings were not that great and Erin Hunter's written books were better, this tells you a side story that is not actually mentioned in the main series of Warriors. If you liked the "Warriors" books by Erin Hunter, you will probably like this graphic novel
This is the last book in the Warriors sub-series "Omen of the Stars." It has a sad ending, which I probably shouldn't spoil, but it leaves a decent cliffhanger, meaning it will probably lead to a fifth sub-series by Erin Hunter. I enjoyed reading it, and if you enjoy books by Erin Hunter, you should definitely read this book.