Farewell Famikamen Rider Written Review.
Personally, I keep hearing a lot about the movie from EZ Peterson, Apollo Z. Hack, Tao Sterling Kayer, and a few others, but lately, I got a chance to check it out. Now I don't care about quality wise, it's for the fact that the movie was a huge dedication to one of my inspirations, Justin "JewWario" Carmical. The movie was under production thanks to Kaylyn "Marzgurl" Saucedo, and it shows a lot about trust, dedication, and value what friendship has to offer.
They are times negative people will get you down, put you through depression while dealing with hardships and emotional damage. You have to ask yourself, are you willing to give up? Give up for what you believe in? Give up on everything? That's what the Famikamen Rider was meant to be. Never giving up. What can I say about the plot involves around Nintendo vs Sega? Well a little because I'm mostly focus on the big picture of this movie. This movie takes hard work and dedication that I don't care about quality vs quantity. Take one of the main protagonist, Chris, who is a fellow geek such as myself, who loves gaming as much as I do. Don't care much about the mainstreams such as Call of Duty, Mario Kart, and newer titles that's been commercialized to death. All he cares about is games that he supports, until one day came across a Famicom cartridge he bought from some random yard salesman, but guy been stalked by shocker-like grunts, then came Marzgurl saved the fellow nerd, got off on a wrong foot but manage to develop a neutral relationship with him while traveling across the states to stop the evil "Ages" cooperation (yeah dead give-a-way that's "Sega" spelled backwards), while coming across old friends and new adversaries.
Story wise, not going to explain further, but if you guys want to take a look for yourself how the movie was, check it out at Marzgurl's channel.
Until then, remember what Justin Carmical told us, and this goes out to everybody.
"You’re not stupid. Okay? You’re not stupid. Don’t ever tell yourself that you are. You’re important. What you have in your head may not mean a lot to a lot of people, but it’s what makes you special.
You are important. You mean something. And you’re going to go out there, and you’re gonna to do some wonderful things.
But, first and foremost, you’re not stupid. You’re not an idiot. Don’t ever tell yourself that you are. And, if nobody else ever tells you this, I will tell you this: I care about you.”
Justin "JewWario" Carmical ~ 1971 - 2014
For the movie, it's out now!
One of the most inspiring words from JewWario