The Adventures of Brianna Baggins Chapter 9Brianna stumbled through the bushes and thistles and she must have gotten at least a dozen burs on the hem of her nightgown. All the while being careful not to spill the stew. Finally she managed to come across Frieda and Kamilla who had their backs turned towards her. The ponies were grazing ahead of them in a clearing in the forest.The Adventures of Brianna Baggins Chapter 9 by Jabberwocky1996
“Soup girls!” Brianna said.
They didn’t respond. They didn’t even move. Brianna looked around and then back at the girls.
“Um..girls? Aren’t you hungry?” she asked.
No answer. Just the sound of the wind and of the ponies neighing. Brianna rolled her eyes and walked up towards the girls until she was right between the two of them so she could see what they were staring at. They were distressed about something obviously because they wore very concerned looks on both their faces. She then stared dead ahead. Nothing but ponies still grazing as if on a loop.
Brianna then moaned an irritated moan.
“Okay I give up.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 ReviewThe Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review by Jabberwocky1996
Well…remember when I stated in my Godzilla review that some reboots are good. Well there are also bad reboots too…like for example the incredibly vapid The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Here’s the plot in a nutshell:
Peter Parker runs the gauntlet as the mysterious company Oscorp sends up a slew of super villains against him, impacting his life.
From that premise it sounds they’re cramming too much into one movie. What will baffle you is how they simultaneously put too much and too little in this movie. Let’s begin by into what I guess we could call acting being done by…actors…I think:
Poor, poor Andrew Garfield. I think he would make a good spider-man under the right circumstances but I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bigger waste of potential in the acting world since Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games. In this incarnation, Peter Parker is a selfish, whiny, cowardly jerk. Whenever he doesn’t get what he wants (i.e. his girlfriend or
The Adventures of Brianna Baggins Chapter 8The Adventures of Brianna Baggins Chapter 8 by Jabberwocky1996
At long last the rain finally stopped and the company found themselves nearby a mountain range that was surrounded by a forest. At the edge of the forest was a crumbling house, or what was left of it.
“Alright, we’ll camp here, girls!” Traude ordered “Dismount!”
The girls then carefully dismounted except for poor Brianna who tried to get off gently but then she slipped and hit the ground causing the pony to back up a few feet.
“Brianna’s horse sick!” Nadja chuckled.
In the front row, Gillian dismounted her horse after Traude had dismounted her pony and Gillian was patrolling the surrounding area.
“Seems to be a nice place.” Gillian said “We should be safe here tonight.”
She then noticed the partially destroyed house and walked inside of it. She observed what was left of it. Wooden floors made out of pine wood now had flowers growing out of them. But despite that, it looked as if the house had been destroyed a week
The Adventures of Brianna Baggins Chapter 7The Adventures of Brianna Baggins Chapter 7 by Jabberwocky1996
That particular day, dark clouds gathered early in the morning around 9:25 so the group had an early start to hopefully get out of the rain. They were unlucky, however, as at precisely 2:30, the rain began to pour hard. And as the day went on it rained harder seemingly without end. By then the company were now in the woods amongst tall and mighty trees.
Unfortunately, they were soaked by the rain so they couldn’t enjoy it.
“Gillian, is there anyway you can make it stop raining, please?” Dorothea asked “You are a wizard after all.”
Gillian rolled her eyes and turned to look at Dorothea.
“It’s been raining for a great long while!” she called out “And it will continue to rain until it ceases to do so!”
Dorothea moaned loudly and Gillian returned to looking ahead. Just then, a soaking Brianna rode up right next to her. Her soaked dress clung to her like a cat clings to it’s owner when it refuses to take a bath. Gillian took