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Superhero
1. Guardians of the Galaxy
2. Captain America: Winter Soldier
3. X-Men Day Of Future Past

Non Superhero
1. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
2. 22 Jump Street
3. The Maze Runner

For both movies and television I finished the non section and then heard animated. Then felt the need to rewrite the list.

Animated
1. Batman: Assault on Arkham
2. The Lego Movie
3. Big Hero 6

Overall
Guardians of the Galaxy
Captain America: Winter Soldier
Batman: Assault on Arkham

TV Shows

Comic Book
1.The Flash 
2.Constantine
3.Gotham

Non Comic Book
1.The Walking Dead Season 5
2.The Originals Season 2 
3. Teen Wolf Season 4

Internet 
1.Hemlock Grove
2.Orange is the New Black
3.Marco Polo

Animated
1.Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
2.The Legend of Korra 
3.Star Wars Rebels

Comic Books 

DC Comic Books
1.The New 52 Suicide Squad
2.The New 52 Flash
3.The New 52 Green Arrow

Overall
1.The New 52 Suicide Squad
2.The New 52 Flash
3.The New 52 Green Arrow
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I noticed you said you're a fan and you're not one to openly criticize Teen Wolf. I have a HUGE problem with that. I fell that it is your job as a reviewer to touch on any and all story or character problems if they exist. That's why I talk about negatives as well as positives in my own reviews because this show has plenty of issues. Don't get me wrong. Its still a good show but it has its issues and I think its important to address them.
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yes totally, but there's a different between addressing issues and nitpicking everything you personally dislike (not saying you do that but I have seen other so called "fans" do that and it ticks me off)
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I approached the Flash/Arrow crossover episodes with healthy skepticism.  As fun as it was—and believe me, some parts of it were downright magical—there were significant missteps as well, which could easily be repeated in DC’s upcoming Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice if Warner doesn’t learn from this experience while it’s fresh. I appreciate Flash’s cheesiness, and how it plays into the series’ more lighthearted humor. Folks die in The Flash, but Cisco can still make Star Wars references and geek out about costume design. There’s room for Singh to make a comment about his health-nut boyfriend. This gives the actors from Arrow more room to play around with their characters and crack wise a little bit.  But while Barry goes dark, he gets better and nobody dies (this time)—he just has a whole new set of feels for Iris, since she kinda holds a grudge against the Flash for beating up her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Oliver is always in danger of going too dark on his show, but Barry shows up to demonstrate how extreme methods aren’t always necessary to do the right thing. We get a flashback to Ollie’s time in China to argue the opposite, and the three stories form a compelling study in violence. How much is too much? How much is not enough? But of course that's not really explored, and just becomes an easy and obvious parallel. Of course, Arrow accomplishes its mission with a far heavier hand than The Flash. In part 2, Captain Boomerang is stalking Dig’s girl Lilah—agent of ARGUS. No emotional manipulation here—this dude sticks to his wheelhouse and throws explosive boomerangs at your head. Spoiler alert: stabbings occur regularly in this episode. Barry has a problem with Oliver’s torturous methods, which Ollie defends—before learning that in his use of force, he played right into Boomerang’s hands. While the spinoff has displayed, somewhat surprisingly, more subtlety than its predecessor, Arrow’s star characters have always worn their hearts on their sleeves, and it’s so apparent here that it starts to get a little grating. Ollie and Lilah have a heart-to-heart about necessary evils that is basically just them finishing each other’s sentences—because they’re so in sync, guys, get it? Cisco plays audience-insert through the entire event, and has a particularly groan-inducing speech about how metahumans were sent to protect humanity from...Mirakuru soldiers? Or something? This trend toward large, blatant, tell-don’t-show moments—although punctuated with some great pithy dialogue—gums up the works in what would otherwise be a compelling story about the line between hero and monster. That’s one thing I’ve afraid of in Dawn of Justice—that when Batman meets Superman, there’s going to be a lot of posturing, references, and big talk, but no restraint. Marvel’s shared universe has been lauded for the excellent, nuanced characterization of its stars; if DC can’t do the same with the Big Two, there’s blood in the water. At that point, even if DC manages to hold onto television, Marvel will still keep the movie crown, plus the “We Were Here First” trophy. On the other hand, there’s a lot the Arrow and Flash crews can teach Zack Snyder and David Goyer about crafting a millennial superhero story. The most fundamental lesson that needs to be taken away is this: superheroes are friends. Some have disagreements—and since some of them can fly and blow stuff up, those can get heated—but generally, heroes grow together over time. It’s a key part of the inspiration that keeps us reading and watching these stories. It would truly be unfortunate if the DC Cinematic Universe began, only to produce “heroes” that are busier fighting each other than the bad guys. Barry and Ollie punch the living daylights out of each other in #Flarrow, and—total spoiler alert—the event ends with them squaring off in a warehouse to privately see who would win in a fight. That’s how you do friendly rivals up right. After poring over #Flarrow, I have to admit that for all its gleeful cheese and sometimes hamfisted portrayals of emotional complexity, this is one superhero adaptation that I’m very thankful was made. If Dawn of Justice could feature a crazy Silver Age Superman opposite a dark and brooding Batman, I’d love it—but knowing that’s never going to happen, I have to simply hope that Warner Brothers will take the best lessons they can from this project and make superhero media better than the status quo.
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I don't agree with you at all. You've seen my review for this episode so you know how I fell about it. But I do really like that you're doing a Top Ten list for this show. I also have a recommendation. You should put Season 3 Episode 5 "Frayed" in the list. I don't care what number you give it but it needs to be in this list. I enjoyed the CRAP out of that episode. It reminded me a lot of Arrow in the way that Jeff Davis and the other writers play with time and flashbacks. I just thought it was really cool storytelling. So please watch my review for the episode and put in the list.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJYwFETQYcI
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+MrAwax09 Me too. Its nice too talk and have discussions with a fellow Teen Wolf fan who sometimes doesn't agree with my opinions but still respects them.
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Hey guys. If you enjoy my Teen Wolf Reviews please leave comments, share and spread the word. Also if you want me to do a review for season 4 you can leave that in the comments as well.
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I can't wait to see this movie. The first Avengers film as amazing. There is a ton to juggle in Avengers, which incorporates four characters who have previously been the leads in their own films, two other notable superheroes, a major supervillain and a supporting cast of spies. It could all be a complete mess, and honestly, the film could be qualified a "win" simply for not falling apart. More so though, The Avengers is a damn fun, entertaining and satisfying superhero spectacle. We've waited a long time to see Iron Man and Captain America fight alongside each other or to witness The Hulk and Thor in battle together (no, I'm not counting The Incredible Hulk) and The Avengers continually delivers the goods, with well-orchestrated, appropriately bigger than life moments. But the best part of hiring Whedon to tackle this movie is the character interaction. Anyone who's seen Buffy, Angel or Firefly knows Whedon is amazingly skilled at showing the dynamics of a team and the combustible elements that go with putting a group of people together with very different skills and viewpoints. From Steve Rogers' no-nonsense approach, to Tony Stark's humorous narcissism, to Thor's straight-laced, otherworldly focus, each character feels dead on, and it's almost as fun to see them in the midst of an argument aboard the S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier as it is to watch them actually take to the streets and fight either mutual enemies or one another - Yes, as is comic book tradition when superheroes first meet, there is more than one hero vs. hero battle along the way, most of them ridiculously fun. The flaws in the film are ones that simply come with the territory in tackling an Avengers film at all at least one that isn't four hours long. With so many characters, it's somewhat inevitable that someone get shortchanged and Hawkeye is notably underused here, making his true film debut (after a cameo in Thor). Also, the film's storyline is pretty basic. Loki is here to conquer the Earth, the Avengers have to stop him.... And that's about it. But I feel like this bare bones approach is the right step for this first Avengers film. There is so much time needed just to show the team forming and how these iconic characters get along together (or don't) that a more complex plan by the villain isn't needed and would only bog things down. Regardless, Hiddleston continues to be compelling as Loki, having already done a great job establishing him in Thor. Of course, The Avengers also is a strange animal in that it's both the first film in a series and simultaneously a sequel to several other films. Going in having seen those other films certainly adds to the experience, especially where Thor is concerned. While we are told about Thor and Loki's turbulent relationship as brothers, having seen the Thor movie gives the situation (and Thor's feelings about having to face his brother) a lot more depth than The Avengers has time to handle on its own. Overall though, I spent most of my time watching The Avengers with a huge grin on my face, and I expect that experience will be shared by many others. From seeing fellow scientists Tony Stark and Bruce Banner working together, to Loki and Tony trying to psyche out each other ("I have an army." "We have a Hulk!"), this movie offers one crowd-pleasing sequence after another. With a couple of exceptions, these actors already have experience playing these roles and not only completely inhabit the larger-than-life characters they're playing, but shine all the more when bouncing off one another. While this is a male-dominated cast, Whedon's strength with female characters serves him well when it comes to Black Widow, who makes a much stronger and better impression here than how the character was handled in Iron Man 2 coming off as both incredibly physically and mentally adept. She may not pack the power level of most of her teammates, but you definitely buy that she's plenty dangerous nonetheless. Iron Man and Captain America probably get the most screen time (or at least the most focus). And while Whedon and the funny and clever Tony Stark seem made for each other, I was very impressed how he handled Captain America, who is a far more straightforward and unwaveringly noble fellow than Whedon who prefers his characters to be a bit more ambiguous and flawed -- is known for, but one he handles very well, as Cap takes on the leadership role he was destined for. But in many ways, it's Hulk who steals this movie. After two different films of varying quality (but similarly middle of the road box office, for movies of their size), Hulk's been a tough nut to crack on the big screen. But Whedon and Ruffalo team to make a -- forgive the term -- incredibly appealing Bruce Banner, in the process making this the best movie version of Hulk we've seen. Bruce is both world-weary and semi-accepting about his curse as the Hulk as this film opens, having become more resigned to his fate, while still doing his best to stop any of those pesky transformations. Ruffalo is extremely likeable and plays very well off the rest of the cast, adding a nice touch of humor to the character. Oh, and Hulk? He smashes stuff good and yes, it's awesome. On the action side, the film has several well done sequences early on that set the stage for what's to come, and then goes all out in the final act. Once all six members of The Avengers are really in the thick of it, fighting alongside each other, you'll be hard pressed to not be excited by what unfolds, seeing these heroes teaming up. The Avengers is an utterly unique film both the payoff to something being set up by five other movies, yet also the launching point for its own series. Yes, with so much to deal with and so many characters, it can get a bit messy. But Whedon does an excellent job of giving nearly everyone their due and mixing and matching these amazing characters in several different ways, bouncing them off each other both physically and mentally and charting just what these heroes have to go through to find their footing as a team. For those who worry that the Avengers might sound, well, too "Joss Whedony" or out of character, don't worry: While I'm a huge fan of Whedon's TV work, this feels more like an Avengers movie with Joss Whedon's touch than a Joss Whedon movie with the Avengers in it, and that's the appropriate tactic. All in all I love first Avengers film and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in general. As far the trailer of the sequel - Avengers: Age of Ultron it looks like Whedon decided to go with a much darker and gritter tone than the original film. Which I have no problem with as long as the film has levity. I can't wait to see this film and the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe moving forward.
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This is my tribute to Allison Argent. If you want to know my thoughts on this epic characters death just click the link below:
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Nice review. Whats the next episode you're doing?
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This is fantastic. I want someone to adapt this video into a fan-fiction. I think it would be great to explore Allison's character even further. Though I don't know how that would work since the werewolf mythology in both shows is so radical different. Still this video is amazing. If you know some who writes Teen Wolf or The Originals fan-fiction you and they're out of idea's you HAVE to seen them this! Also I review Teen Wolf so if it not to much to ask please check out my reviews for season 3.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEGbq9BQPI28iMB_K_LAzOe6bXcgySUrt
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Can't wait! I LOVE LOST GIRL!
 
Are you ready for the final season of #LostGirl? Check out some STUNNING posters. I'm in love with Tamsin's. Which one is your favorite?  #GiveMeKenziOrGiveMeDeath  
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