You know…I did like the Man of Steel, but I found plenty to be critical of. One of the problems is we never got much of Clark building relationships with people. Now, instead of a sequel, we are getting a team up movie. Warner Brothers is desperately trying to catch … Continue Reading What MoS Was Missing Was Grim Lead
I am going to discuss specifics about the Man of Steel in this post. Spoilers after the jump…
And lo, there was much controversy and arguing. So I it was I saw finally got around to seeing the tale Man of Steel. Zak Snyder, David Goyer and Christopher’s grimmer take on the Superman mythos. In a lot of ways, this is a response to the toughly reviewed Superman … Continue Reading Jor El Sent His Only Son
I have been thinking about Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia recent commentary regarding the Voting Rights Act. A reminder: And this last enactment, not a single vote in the Senate against it. And the House is pretty much the same. Now, I don’t think that’s attributable to the fact that … Continue Reading For the Colorblind
The H is silent. I’ve been thinking a lot on this one. Mainly because it has spurred some anger. Second because it reminds me of this: But…back to people getting mad…the American Family Association jumped up to defend Jesus. This past weekend, NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” aired an extremely violent … Continue Reading CROSSED
Sam Neil or Michael York?
If there is one thing you should know about me? It is this: Hobo With a Shotgun was waaaaay to arthouse for me. So, once I wrap up my Marvel Movie Roundup, probably in 2016 (at my current rate), I will be starting new project. It will be a seven … Continue Reading Criterions…
The other day, I checked out a mid-80s flick called Secret Admirer. You can tell it’s the 80s because the film stars C. Thomas Howell, Kelly Preston, Courtney Gaines, Dee Wallace and a whole host of people now regularly appearing in Asylum and Sy Fy films. The basic (very rom … Continue Reading Secret Admirations
This week, discussions I was a part of collided. Over in political land, it was a discussion about the Website Jezebel. In case you were unaware, after Obama was re-elected, Twitter and Facebook lit up with dis-satisfied voters who thought the best response to the news was racism and hate. … Continue Reading Search and Destroy
A sort of repost from almost a decade ago. I watched Planes, Trains and Automobiles early this morning, per my Thanksgiving tradition. I still love this movie, one of John Hughes’ finest moments. The reason it really resonates for me is the two central characters. Candy plays Dell Griffiths so … Continue Reading Introspective Travels
I think reality just cracked in two.