From Executive Producer Steven Spielberg,
and a lack of imagination…
comes a film event of a lifetime…
unless you’ve lived longer than 19 years.
It’s apt that Jurassic World and #Ferguson trend at the top together on Twitter.
Some things should be left in the past, like racism, dinosaurs, and ’90s movies.
Microbrachius dicki was the fish that realized it could use sex to reproduce. Feeling unsatisfied, fish eventually returned to spawning instead.
“Oz: The Great and Powerful” [9/10] made me think the TV was malfunctioning when it started, because it’s at half the screen size and black and white. This is by design, to give it an old and otherworldly appearance. It’s a clever movie though, and if you enjoyed Wizard of Oz, you’ll probably like this one too.
ADDED: “White House Down” [5/10] has enjoyable action movie moments, but is so unbelievable as to almost be spoiled by it. Given the Secret Service screw-ups at the White House recently, maybe it’s not all too far fetched.
Have you heard about the amazing discovery the Harper Government is responsible for?
No, not the Franklin Expedition which remained known to the Inuit for almost 200 years through oral history, I’m talking about the discovery in Ottawa that the federal government isn’t maintaining important national landmarks related to science.
I watched “Escape From Planet Earth” [8/10] a cartoon with Rob Corddry, and it’s pretty good. William Shatner plays the bad guy.
Watched “Epic” [5/10] about little tree people.
“Born on the Fourth of July” [8/10] a 1989 Tom Cruise movie about a Vietnam vet who protests the war.
A Marvel Avengers cartoon movie about their kids stopping Ultron. 6/10
“Burke and Hare” [8/10] a dark British comedy about the early medical profession.