First of all, I am obsessed with this cover of Nirvana’s Heart-Shaped Box.
Secondly, in case you didn’t know, I am a big fan of HBO’s Westworld, a Western/Sci-Fi/Thriller/A bunch of other genres.
Last but not least, with the premiere of the second season of this TV show, we get a chance to better understand not only how the AIs in this theme park function, but also the motives and the desires of the main characters, especially the late doctor Ford.
I’m just rambling now, I guess.
This is well worth watching. Well worth your time.
Other than that, more thoughts to be shared after the release of all episodes.
A military family takes part in a ground-breaking experiment of genetic evolution and space exploration.
Director: Lennart Ruff
Writers: Max Hurwitz (screenplay by), Arash Amel (story by)
Stars: Sam Worthington, Taylor Schilling, Tom Wilkinson
Okay, so I have no idea if I liked this movie or not. The critics seem to pretty much hate it.
The thing is, this is quite a strange movie. The premise is good, the first hour of the movie is quite good. You got your “end of the world is near and everyone dies” scenario, a bit of drama, a bit of hope, it’s quite interesting. The acting is good. Continue reading
So me and a friend decided to review all the movies in the top 250 on IMDb. It’s going to be fun. Think in terms of short, no spoiler, movie reviews that are supposed to help you decide if what a great deal of people consider to be the best movies ever made are worth your time.
We’re going to start from #250 and work our way up. One movie per day.
#250: Dead Poets Society(1989)
#249: Dog Day Afternoon(1975)
#248: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) Continue reading