At the Movies: The Dark Tower

Genres: fantasy, paranormal, sci fi Okay, not quiet at the theater but watching it nonetheless. Excited to watch it. The trailer looked so good. Expectations: A good storyline. The trailer looks like it was based on multiverse theory which, for a “non-loving” Sci-Fi fan, I absolutely love seeing done. Yes, total geek, but that’s the INTPer in […]

Movie 411: Hitman’s Bodyguard

Genres: action Director: Patrick Hughes (Expandables 3) Screenplay: Tom O’Connor Released: August 2017 Genre: Action/Comedy Rated: R . . . a hard R-rating The Hook: Ryan Reynolds!! 411 Junkie Rundown: It’s all in the title really, but . . . a hitman has decided to testify against this global baddie and whether this evil guy gets locked away or not […]

Movie 411: Dunkirk

Director: Christopher Nolan (Inception, The Dark Night) Screenplay: Christopher Nolan (Inception, The Dark Night) Released: July 2017 Genre: Action/Drama Rated: PG-13 The hook: History! (again) And “based on actual events” (again). In Summary: World War II, European Theatre, Dunkirk. There’s not much to summarize since the movie follows English soldiers during the Battle of Dunkirk. Starting within the town of Dunkirk, to the […]

Movie 411: Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

Director: Mel Gibson Screenplay: Robert Schenkkan (TV stuff) and Andrew Knight (TV stuff) Released: November 2016 Genre: Action/drama Rated: R The hook: History! And “based on actual events.” In Summary: Hot-headed Desmond Doss learned a hard lesson at an early age, that unchecked anger is dangerous. He vowed to never hurt anyone and that includes using weapons. But then war happens […]

Progress Report: The past nine months

With the year close to its last quarter and the fact that I haven’t been as diligent with posting this year, I decided to give an overall general progress report on some of the books, tv, and movies I’ve checked off so far. Let’s start with TV. Television Scorpion: I slacked off with Scorpion! By the […]

At the Movies: Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2

So, reporting live from my seat in the theater. With all the studying and stuff, it’s nice to head to the world of make-believe for just a little bit. Mental break! We’ll see how it goes!