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  • (contact lens) contact: a thin curved glass or plastic lens designed to fit over the cornea in order to correct vision or to deliver medication
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  • Richard B. Riddick (played by Vin Diesel), more commonly known simply as Riddick, is the protagonist of three films in the Riddick series, namely Pitch Black, The Chronicles of Riddick, and the animated movie '. He is also the star of two video games based on the series; ' and ''''.
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Industrial Mirrored Goggles
Industrial Mirrored Goggles
Our black industrial goggles will have you looking like a tough dude that stepped right out of the Chronicles of Riddick movie series. Our industrial goggles feature a black plastic frame with side vents to allow the heat to escape on a hot day. The gold and blue mirrored lenses will add to the mystery of your character and even offer UV 400 protection. An elastic size adjuster and padded foam on the inside of the frame will provide a more comfortable fit for adults and kids (12+ years). Our goggle costume glasses are a great finishing accessory addition to your biker dude or Riddick costume. One size fits adults and kids 12 years and up. Recommended Age: 12+ Years

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Riddick's Party 15

Riddick's Party 15
Riddick: What do you mean? Of course, there have been those couple of incidents, but…
Splinter: You don’t know? She can be quite ferocious when she lets herself loose, but I guess she tries not to do that when you’re around. When you’re watching, she wants to be daddy’s little girl. I suppose it’s because she thinks that’s what you expect.
Riddick: What are you trying to say?
Splinter: It’s the other side of her and if you thought that you could just make it go away, you were wrong. In time, she will learn to keep it under control, but it’s not going to go away.

Riddick and Kitty – 21/27

Riddick and Kitty - 21/27
Riddick: What’s the matter? I’m not angry at you, if that’s what you think.
Orlock: No, it’s not that. – I spoke with Ruby. I’m too small and ugly to be anything else but a friend.
Riddick: She would never say something like that and I’m sure she doesn’t think that way either.
Orlock: She didn’t say it, but it’s the truth. I know.
Riddick: When you’re done feeling sorry for yourself, you could consider that she’s had very hard time. Don’t push it or she won’t be your friend anymore.

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Riddick Trilogy (Pitch Black / The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury / The Chronicles of Riddick)
Journey to a remote, hostile planet with a group of marooned passengers who learn that escaped convict Riddick isn’t the only thing they have to fear in Pitch Black. Then, see him battle ruthless soldiers of fortune and vicious creatures in renowned animator Peter Chung’s The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury. And finally, Riddick finds himself humanity’s unlikely champion in the special effects-fueled The Chronicles of Riddick. Join Riddick in three times the action, three times the adrenaline and three times the adventure as the Riddick Trilogy makes complete one of the greatest sci-fi epics of all time!

Pitch Black
Owing a major debt to Alien and its cinematic spawn, Pitch Black is a guilty pleasure that surpasses expectations. As he did with The Arrival, director David Twohy revitalizes a derivative story, allowing you to forgive its flaws and submit to its visceral thrills. Under casual scrutiny, the plot’s logic crumbles like a stale cookie, but it’s definitely fun while it lasts.
A spaceship crashes on a desert planet scorched under three suns. The mostly doomed survivors include a resourceful captain (Radha Mitchell), a drug-addled cop (Cole Hauser), and a deadly prisoner (Vin Diesel) who quickly escapes. These clashing personalities discover that the planet is plunging into the darkness of an extended eclipse, and it’s populated by hordes of ravenous, razor-fanged beasties that only come out at night. The body count rises, and Pitch Black settles into familiar sci-fi territory.
What sets the movie apart is Twohy’s developing visual style, suggesting that this veteran of B-movie schlock may advance to the big leagues. Like the makers of The Blair Witch Project, Twohy understands the frightening power of suggestion; his hungry monsters are better heard than seen (although once seen, they’re chillingly effective), and Pitch Black gets full value from moments of genuine panic. Best of all, Twohy’s got a well-matched cast, with Mitchell (so memorable with Ally Sheedy in High Art) and Diesel (Pvt. Caparzo from Saving Private Ryan) being the standouts. The latter makes the most of his muscle-man role, and his character’s development is one more reason this movie works better than it should. –Jeff Shannon
Dark Fury – The Chronicles of Riddick (Animated)
Taking a page from The Animatrix, Dark Fury is part of a new trend of bridging theatrical sequels. As an official product of a franchise, the 35-minute anime benefits from having the original actors voice the characters, including Vin Diesel as Riddick. This story opens with the new action hero and the two other survivors of Pitch Black already caught by a giant spaceship filled with dread. The sinewy leader has a unique–and creepy–jail for master villains and she has her sights set on Riddick. The film–indeed the series–is indebted to animator Peter Chung, who brings his techno style from his Aeon Flux series. His smooth animation for Riddick doesn’t reinvent the character as much as give him a new, appealing fluidity. As anime goes, there’s nothing really new here–plenty of action, cool killers, and dramatic spurts of blood–but it’s a building block for how this genre might enliven movie series and sequels in the future. –Doug Thomas