Oof. My eyes glazed over at about 75% in and I had to speed read through the rest. There’s only so much ancient battle campaigns and strategies, shield walls, brutality, piety, Destiny is all and great Alfred and Britain one can take before I get dizzy from my eyes endlessly rolling, my lids get heavy with sleep, or inevitably, my mind starts taking certain characters or situations and sends them down other directions—I plead the fifth on whence and what—rendering […]
Dearest reader, Many, many, many moons ago, when Amazon Prime Video was in its wee beginnings (if felt like the beta stages), I was that customer that pestered them repeatedly on how my BSG or various movie videos weren’t downloading/streaming properly. We exchanged many emails—or, rather, I emailed them and they give me $1 credits towards future purchases probably just to get me off their backs. I harassed them continuously on when they would be getting the tenth season of […]
Deja Vu is a 2006 science fiction time travel movie, presently on Amazon Prime, directed by Tony Scott, written by Bill Marsilii and Terry Rossio, starring Denzel Washington, Paula Patton, Jim Caviezel, and Val Kilmer. Warning: Spoilers. Besides the pure entertainment value and joy of watching the chemistry between Denzel and Paula—both equally hot and delicious—I love to re-watch these films searching for anything I missed previously while philosophically pondering on the many questions and answers I had and have […]
I’m still so disgusted the morning after, I’m wondering if I should wait in case I write something I may later regret because of the promise I made to be fair and empathetic to the creators and writers I review on here. So be it. Warning: Spoilers ahead. Let me preface all of this by saying I haven’t completed the 15th season yet. I don’t watch live tv anymore ever since that dog-awful GOT finale. I like to read more […]
On Saturday I watched the Hitchcock adaption of Rebecca (here’s my book review) on YouTube then watched the Wheatley version on Netflix. If you like the story, I would recommend both adaptions simply because. Warning: Spoilers ahead. I rarely do movies older than the 1970s. When I lived in Raleigh, I went to the Rialto’s once a month movie club called Cinema, Inc., which consisted of a lot of great older movies. I saw a number of them there on […]
Movie: The Wandering Earth – A brilliant, expressive, visual fest replete with all kind of odes to American science fiction. I was dubious of the science and went in search of the critiques—two stood out: What Western Media Got Wrong About China’s Blockbuster ‘The Wandering Earth’ and Liu Cixin’s The Wandering Earth Is Now a Striking SF Film on Netflix. Definitely worth the watch if only for the optical orgasm alone.