At last, Sofie comes to the final installment of an overall solid franchise.
Video Show: Movie Dorkness
Sofie continues with the BioShock franchise.
And now, it’s time to dig into some bigger titles, because why not? A fantastic game is a fantastic game!
It’s become a bit of tradition by now for Sofie to post early reviews of the Hobbit movies, so let’s look at the last one and finish this thing.
Yes, she went there. As a female internet reviewer, apparently Sofie needs to have a opinion about this, so here it is.
Sofie goes from the artsy to the mainstream.
This time, Sofie plays something which truly is special.
Sofie takes a look at a game from the Danish indie developer Playdead. What did Sofie’s proud Danish brothers and sisters come up with this time?
Sofie reviews Thomas Was Alone, a game created by indie developer Mike Bithel.
Sofie treads dangerous waters as she releases her second game review, officially becoming a female game reviewer. This time, in a extension to Miyazaki March, Sofie reviews the Studio Ghibli and Level 5 collaboration Ni No Kuni. And as an avid RPG gamer, she’s found the game she dreamed of as a child that truly has it all.
Sofie Liv and Jill/Sursum Ursa got invited back to Alcon 2014 to talk about different aspects of women and geek culture, helped along by a prepared slide show and a great audience.
Sofie teams up with the Film Renegado one more time for yet another DreamWorks movie, and hey, look! It has Mexicans in it! That makes the Renegado a happy man indeed! And as always, Sofie is never ever sarcastic about anything.
Sofie finishes her first trilogy of “Who is…?” videos with a more troublesome character, but one who’s also pretty important: the one and only Wonder Woman.
In the second video of Sofie’s “Who is…?” series, she takes a look at Gotham City’s one and only Dark Knight.
In the first video of Sofie’s new segment “Who is…?”, she decides to talk about the Man of Tomorrow, and about who he is as a person and a character. What does he stand for? And what is the one “keyword” that sums him up?
Finally, the last video in Sofie’s Miyazaki March series, as she takes a bit of time to look both backwards and forwards at the legacy that director Hayao Miyazaki left the world, and what it actually means to the world of animation.
And so Miyazaki March finally comes to an end, as Sofie reviews Miyazaki’s swan song, The Wind Rises, just released in Danish theaters.
Sofie returns to an oldie but a goodie as she nears the end of Miyazaki March, looking at the Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind manga that was the source of the movie of the same name, and thus also the catalyst for Miyazaki’s movie career.
Sofie’s almost to the finish line of Miyazaki March as she looks at… Well, let’s just say it’s a good thing this wasn’t Hayao Miyazaki’s final film.