Is it the 7th level of Hell or an EDM concert shown at 1/2 speed? You decide.

This number will most likely go down to something like 24% - 28% once the numbers of reviewers goes up and the backlash starts getting into their heads before viewing.

I’ve followed the industry for a long time and did not think this movie would be good, but I had high hopes. I never needed the ninja turtles explained to me (which seems to be the problem with this movie) and I didn’t care why they knew martial arts or loved pizza. I thought the casting of Megan Fox was bad and wouldn’t consider her a leading lady. Comparing her to someone that can carry a movie on their own, like Scarlett Johansson has recently proved, you just get a bad feeling in your stomach about her. Yes, she’s attractive. She’s the prom queen in high school that had the personality of driftwood. The type of girl that only fucks on her back. That’s Megan Fox as an actress. I’m sure she’s a lovely person, considering she ripped Michael Bay and then starred in a movie he produced, but I’m only discussing her acting and screen presence. 

Anyways, I don’t think I’ll be seeing this in theaters. A not so silent protest for disrupting my childhood nostalgia with hollywood garbage. I was on the fence and just saw two really enjoyable films, so my standards are feeling rather high. I feel like I don’t need this in my life right now. I’m sure there’s one or two good action scenes, but I’d rather just watch The Raid 2 again on Blu-Ray. That’s the realness.

On the QT

I just want to be on the record. I was drugged into a barn, fed a motivational speech, folk music and journey covers. you need more than that to win this fuck head over. I don’t care how desolate this children of fhe damned corn fields.

I was throwing stuff out today and a few poems and things rustled out of the back of my closet onto my carpet. Upon careful inspection of the previously mentioned papers I found this one. I enjoy it because it’s about being stuck in very slow moving traffic down Interstate 76, which is unfortunately inevitable if you live in Philadelphia.

A set of Cherub from the Firefly Music Festival. They put on a flawless  performance and gave everyone a nice second wind on the third day. A set of Cherub from the Firefly Music Festival. They put on a flawless  performance and gave everyone a nice second wind on the third day. A set of Cherub from the Firefly Music Festival. They put on a flawless  performance and gave everyone a nice second wind on the third day. A set of Cherub from the Firefly Music Festival. They put on a flawless  performance and gave everyone a nice second wind on the third day. A set of Cherub from the Firefly Music Festival. They put on a flawless  performance and gave everyone a nice second wind on the third day. A set of Cherub from the Firefly Music Festival. They put on a flawless  performance and gave everyone a nice second wind on the third day. A set of Cherub from the Firefly Music Festival. They put on a flawless  performance and gave everyone a nice second wind on the third day.

A set of Cherub from the Firefly Music Festival. They put on a flawless  performance and gave everyone a nice second wind on the third day.

Andre3000 performing as part of Outkast at the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE.

Captured by: Andrew Wick

The Lumineers played an awesome set at the Firefly Music Festival this year. I only say this though because they played ‘Flowers in Her Hair’ and ‘Classy Girls’ while I was in the photo pit for their first three songs, and those are my two favorites by them. I’ve seen them twice now and always a great show.

Source: Andrew Wick

Kicking it old school #abandoned #abandonedphilly #abandonment_issues #philly #philadelphia #igers_philly #poeticgrime #urbex

Since my trip to the Firefly Festival is less than two week away, I thought I’d celebrate by doing some new edits on shots from last year for my portfolio. Kendrick, Karen O, and Alexander from Edward Sharpe. 
by Andrew Wick Since my trip to the Firefly Festival is less than two week away, I thought I’d celebrate by doing some new edits on shots from last year for my portfolio. Kendrick, Karen O, and Alexander from Edward Sharpe. 
by Andrew Wick Since my trip to the Firefly Festival is less than two week away, I thought I’d celebrate by doing some new edits on shots from last year for my portfolio. Kendrick, Karen O, and Alexander from Edward Sharpe. 
by Andrew Wick

Since my trip to the Firefly Festival is less than two week away, I thought I’d celebrate by doing some new edits on shots from last year for my portfolio. Kendrick, Karen O, and Alexander from Edward Sharpe. 

by Andrew Wick