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The very first Gaming Video of the Day is an absolute classic and probably my favorite Halo video of all time. This Walshy montage (edited by Peridious) was the montage to end all montages back in the day. It has some fantastic music put to it, and the effects were top notch when released. From the mind blowing beginning to the final kill, Halo fans everywhere sat with their jaws dropped as they patiently watched Walshy (of then team Final Boss) take down enemy after enemy. He’s the current Tiger Woods of Halo – he’s had a remarkable career that landed him at the top and was absolutely dominant for a stretch of time. Everybody expected him to win every event he attended. But then he hit a rough patch and started to sink. Everybody knows he could win another event at any time, but just as Tiger Woods fan ask, Walshy fans also ask when that event will be. Continue reading about the video here.

Hey guys so I know you’re probably thinking “wow what the hell is Tangled doing on this site?” but I can honestly tell you its a great film that proves that Disney hasn’t lost all of their spark. I’ll spare you of the plot but I will tell you about what made me like this film so much 🙂 First off, the voice actors Disney choose for Tangled were absolutely perfect and in particular Mandy Moore’s Rapunzel was probably one of the best matches between animated character and voice I’ve seen and heard in a long time. Now a lot of people who were avoiding the film were probably doing so because they figured it was going to be a typical Disney animated film and in a way they aren’t entirely wrong. What I mean by this is that there is not some sort of deep seated political message or anything remotely abstract. Instead, the film ultimately conveys the message to audiences that by breaking out into the world you can change your life forever and become a better person. In addition to having a positive message, Tangled is first and foremost a very entertaining animated experience full of lush landscapes, lovable characters, and adorable moments which are all set to a wonderfully appropriate musical score. The movie is a little over 100 minutes and I can honestly say that I would not take any of it back. I’m not telling you to go and watch Tangled as soon as possible but I will say that Disney did a great job with this film and it definitely separates itself from the garbage Disney has been involved with in recent years.

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Chimmychang21