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Rene Rodriguez’s “World (PG-13)” Is on-Point and Dy-No-Mite!”

In response to Rene Rodriguez’s 874‑word review of Thor: The Dark World on Miami Herald

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There’s a new King in Miami, and his name is Rene Rodriguez. The critic is dishin’ out knowledge like nobody’s business in his latest sizzler “Thor: The Dark World (PG-13).” Don’t worry about tickets, because this entertainment is free. Dy-no-mite!

Rodriguez takes his time at the beginning of World (PG-13), and the suspense in mind-boggling. One sentence-second sentence-third sentence-BOOM. What do you call that? It’s called a classic Rodriguez open in which he slowly details out his argument. The introduction is smooth, full of energy and welcomes the reader with brain candy.

World (PG-13) keeps getting better with the critic’s thoughts on science and superheroes. The writing is pure academia, and one may wish for Rodriguez to write his own super-hero story on the side. Laughs are not forced on the reader, but they will be had. It’s a potent paragraph of physics.

Character Analysis? Rodriguez has a special iCloud of brain knowledge that he taps into anytime he wants, and it is indeed abundant in World (PG-13).  The lead is carefully examined for the audience along with his brother Loki. The critic doesn’t stop with those two—Rodriguez spreads the knowledge and makes it rain all over the reader, which is a good thing.

The conclusion of World (PG-13) is as dynamic as the previous paragraphs. Rodriguez devotes several rich sentences to his argument and wraps it all together with a bow tie. Christmas came early, readers.

World (PG-13) is a classy composition, and written by one who is in touch with the modern audience.    

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