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New Bootlegged GradingMovies & Music have gotten so bad and redundant that we're adding grades and it won't be pretty. Let's not get things confused as grades are not always reflective of blades. All reviews will have these grades so things will get interesting. Here's a quick rundown of what the grades will be.
A is for Awesome. If the movie is on point it will get the top grade. From what we've seen so far most films & albums will never see this.
B is for Beware of a potentially bad film or album. Some of these type films & albums are becoming novelties and some have become classics. Regardless, the Suck-Ass Level can go either way.
C is for Crazy or Crappy that this film/album got made. For those films/albums that weren't B material they get the C stamp. These films are so horrible that even the actors/artists don't believe the scripts they read or the lyrics they sing.
WTF is for What The Fuck were you thinking? This is for the worst films/albums ever made, the shock that they were made, and the shock that someone asked for money from viewers/listeners. It's the grade that will be used when even the reviewer is questioning their own sanity for viewing the Crap Fest on Screen or burned to a disc.
These grades could get switched around without notice. You may even be shocked by some of the grades handed out or perhaps you'll totally agree. Either way, here goes!
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- Indie Me: Ah, Yeah!
2011/03/18 | 10:08 am
Kicking off this new segment for Bootlegged Reviews is the song Ah, Yeah! submitted by the indie artist, Flawless. This pop/dance single that has what it takes to get a party started and has a professional feel that many Indie projects lack. Coming from Queens, New York, Flawless shines on this track. Formerly signed to
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- Indie Me: Ah, Yeah!
The Demos are used to sexual political scandals rocking their political worlds so they could never run on family, openness, and honesty – so they went they most honest way they knew how: Fantasy. Sell ‘em a dream they can believe in & it worked. They were probably more surprised then anyone else that by the masses they were able to sell a bridge that
Living Dead in Dallas brings back Sookie Stackhouse, Eric Northman, Bill Compton take a trip out to Dallas and shake things up as a vamp goes missing and no one knows where he went. The second installment of The Southern Vampire Series was actually good and kept me interested
Ah, once again I wonder why Isabella can’t be killed off and another character made the center of attention. The back and forth between Cullen, Black, and her are annoying. She makes out with both, tells both that she loves them, and still goes off with Cullen. Victoria let me down since she failed to kill Swan and the “newborns” were dull. The semi-action
New Moon reunites us with the dull Isabella Swan and her strange triangle of confusion. To say that the second installment was a disappointment would be an understatement to say the least. I barely made it through this book and wanted the interaction between Swan, Victoria, and the Lycans to be more intense. Even the Cullen attempted suicide was whack. The unnecessary tension between the blood sucker and the mongrel was stupid and a waste of time.
Before watching the third installment of the Twilight film series I decided to read the books in hope that the books would be better than the films – I was wrong. Isabella “Bella” Swan was more annoying in print than I could have imagined. More annoying than Percy Jackson. In
As Guy Montag grows more curious with each book burning, he is driven to save a few to see what the fuss is about. Committing a major crime, he starts reading and developing thoughts which lead him to yearning to have conversations. As his wife is under the hypnotic spell of her televised family, she is embarrassed and appalled that her husband is no longer “normal.”
After finding interest in the True Blood series and Sookie Stackhouse’s friend, Loretta, I decided to finally read the book that started it all – two years later. The book was definitely more graphic than the televised cable series and that is a bit surprising being that the televised version was a bit graphic every now and then. The book was a bit more interesting but not by much. I’m from the Anne Rice and Bram Stoker’s School of Vampires and still love their versions over most.
All year the half-bloods have been preparing for battle against the Titans, knowing the odds of a victory are grim. Kronos’s army is stronger than ever, and with every god and half-blood he recruits, the evil Titan’s power only grows.
While the Olympians struggle to contain the rampaging monster Typhon, Kronos begins his advance on New York City, where
Percy Jackson isn’t expecting freshman orientation to be any fun. But when a mysterious mortal acquaintance appears on campus, followed by demon cheerleaders, things quickly move from bad to worse.
From the start of this book one is asked to question his or her desire to compete with the Jones. The concept of going morally broke to fulfill a physical want is explored as the main character, “the man,” attempts to refrain from the corruption that has taken over his nation. It seems that as a government employee, he is one of the few – if not the only- that rejects brides and being dishonest. He struggles with his hate for his wife’s greed for belongings and the need to provide for his family.
“A Brave New World” is a gripping novel that grabs your attention and keeps a steady grip. For the main character, Bernard, life should be good. Top level position at work, no stress, recreational sex, no worries of disease, and a comfortable existence. However something is wrong – he’s shorter than his counterparts within his caste. He wonders what were the citizens like before the current restrictions on life were implemented. Test tube babies are the norm. To have children is an unwanted distraction and the main lab can create the perfect beings to live in the perfect environment.
When the goddess Artemis goes missing, she is believed to have been kidnapped. And now it’s up to Percy and his friends to find out what happened.
Who is powerful enough to kidnap a goddess? They must find Artemis before the winter solstice, when her influence on the
Percy Jackson’s seventh-grade year has been surprisingly quiet. Not a single monster has set foot on his New York prep-school campus. But when an innocent game of dodgeball among Percy and his classmates turns into a death match against an ugly gang of cannibal giants, things get… well, ugly. And the unexpected arrival of his friend Annabeth brings more bad news: the magical borders that protect Camp Half-Blood
Twelve-year-old Percy Jackson is about to be kicked out of boarding school… again. No matter how hard he tries, he can’t seem to stay out of trouble. But can he really be expected to stand by and watch while a bully picks on his scrawny best friend? Or not defend himself against his pre-algebra teacher when she turns into a monster
A race of women have lived in relative peace for centuries. But strange forces have come through the ages to finish what it started. These women are unique in many respects, but none of their abilities can outweigh their ancient methods of reproduction. When We Were One takes readers on a tour through memories of days gone.
From the beginning of this book Stephens comes off as a selfish person who sadly believes that money is the basis of true happiness, comfort, and the answer to most, if not all, the issues one may face. To add insult to injury, Stephens believes that the peace of mind one would receive is partly due to giving 10 percent tithes. The affirmations and action
Despite parroting Black achievements by Blacks, Stephens goes on to tell Blacks that some of the financial inequities are the fault of Black people. For one to go to great lengths regarding racial oppression and the few resources given to Blacks, Stephens creates more questions as to why she would tell this same group of people that this could all be called “emotional baggage?” It is as if this woman placed her name
Two Thousand Seasons is set in the harshest century of the Atlantic Slaving War that for three hundred years devastated Africa while lifting Europe to affluent world dominance. Europeans have come to call that period The Enlightenment. For Africans it was a time of senseless human sacrifice imposed by the worship of The Market and its blood-thirsty god, Profit.