Friday, November 17, 2017

Twelve Angry Jurors: Muderer Theory

I have recently seen a play of Twelve Angry Jurors(originally known as Twelve Angry Men), and I would like to give my stance on who could've murdered the 19-year-old boy's father. But first, I'd like to point out a few things; the old man was indeed wrong about the time it took for him to get to the murder scene, the old woman's vision must have been blurred, and experienced knife user would not have stabbed his father the way he was stabbed with the switchblade, Juror 8 never stated how he got his hands on the switchblade that looked identical to the murder scene switchblade(I don't recall), and Juror 3 was the most hostile of all the Jurors.

Who Done It: Juror 3

Explanation: Wouldn't be a bit odd that one of the executers of the 19-year-old(if he were to be given the death penalty) would be one of the jurors? Coincidence? I believe this was all a set up. Juror 3 could have been part of some corrupt organization that planned a way to make a few extra bucks. Juror 3 must have known the father and the boy in a disguised persona, and when the timing was right, he murdered the father. However, let's not forget he is an executer, and he was willing to kill Juror 8, and even laugh off the fact that he looked like he was really going to stab Juror 8. Juror 3 must have had someone on the inside to "randomly" select his name, and since he is one of the executers, he would be making more money than the other jurors, while also getting a sick thrill out of murdering a 19-year-old. Also, seeing that Juror 3 is the most hostile juror, and the only one who refused to change his vote, even going as far as declaring a hung jury when he is the only one left who votes that the 19-year-old is guilty, in a pouty way, since his plan was foiled.

Tell me what you think in the comments below.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Super Mario Odyssey Review

"This game was worth the wait that seemed endless. I've gotten around 3/4 of the moons so far, and it has been a joy collecting them, though it will be sad when I get all the moons, and I will have nothing else todo within the game. However, collecting all those moons/regional coins and living through the story while doing some exploring on the side has been a very joyous odyssey. When I've played Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine, while I enjoyed those two classics, being thrown out of the level and fearing the final life would drive me crazy. In Odyssey, they removed those problems, and they cooked up something that is both challenging and enjoyable at the same time. Back in 64, the was only dialogue boxes, in Sunshine, though it was the first Mario game to have full on speaking in the cutscenes, it was too much on some occasions, Odyssey finally found the balance between the two, and made each cutscene enjoyable to see. To me, this game is the true celebration of the 30th anniversary of Super Mario Bros., while also commemorating the 35th anniversary of Donkey Kong on the side, going as far as actually having Donkey Kong appear in the game via the 2D 8-bit Pipe sections in New Donk City. Super Mario Maker was good, but this actually brings 3D Mario back to his roots. This game brought back the challenge of 64 and Sunshine, and it finally gave Mario the controls that we've deserved for years. Though it would have been nice to visit other parts of the Mushroom Planet, such as Isle Delfino, or actually going to every room of Peach's Castle, this game is a straight up Masterpiece. I give it my official Dillon Wright Stamp of Approval. I happily give this game a perfect 100/100."