Christopher Nolan is a genius. There, I said it. If The Dark Knight wasn’t enough proof, then his new film, Inception, will certainly confirm it. They’ll be no tip-toeing around in this review, this movie is literally mind-blowing. I’m guessing there are a lot of directors in Hollywood cursing Christopher Nolan right now. They have an awful lot to live up to.
Salt takes you to action movie film school.
Vikings are cool. They kick lots of ass and they wear those awesome metal helmets with the horns on them. I’d say it’s about time we had a good Viking movie, don’t you? I just don’t know if this is the one. This is sort of a Viking movie that drops acid and it kicks in at the third act.
Granted, we may be a bit tougher on comedies over here, but that doesn’t mean we’re wrong. Dinner for Schmucks seems to gleefully waste the talents of some very talented people.
When I was a kid growing up in the 60’s I would often envision the future. It was almost impossible not to. The space race was in full swing with the Russians. All of us looked up to the Mercury 7. Every little boy (and a few of the girls) dreamed of being astronauts.
I had already been planning to go to Comic-Con for all four days after ruefully missing the opportunity to buy tickets in 2009. So, when my boyfriend found out he could get free four-day professional passes, I was thrilled.
I even love the crappy pizza and mystery meat hotdogs at the snack bars. And why shouldn’t the meat be a mystery? Even the food at Comic Con has a secret identity!
Yeah, that’s right. I’m a self-professed Nerd, Dork, whatever you wish to call it, and I’ve NEVER been to a Star Trek Convention – EVER. Sure, I’ve been to ComiCon once; I got that under my belt, but this is the convention that supposedly has the Nerdiest of all Nerds. The ones that live the show and movies in their everyday lives; the ones that even William Shatner himself told to “get a life!” Yeah, he apologized later, but you get my point.
I asked my guy if he’d see Eat, Pray, Love with me. He much preferred to see Eat, Pray, Leave. I get it.
One must applaud a filmmaker who answers the call of what is next; where is filmmaking going in this culture industry of comic/visual iconography and short-cut phone text vernaculars?