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This movie… It leaves me speechless. How can it hook my attention so much at the beggining and halfway through betray me like that? What the hell were you even thinking, Mr. Ebert? They totally blew it towards the end! Okay… must… breathe… deep… Much better! Sorry about that. It’s just that the beggining was really compelling, and I loved the movie halfway trhough, but it shifted directions halfway through towards the most disgusting manner possible. Also, the science was just bbbbaaaaddd. I will address two parts of this movie. Firstly, I will address the disgustingness of the film, and then, I will discuss how disgusting the science is.
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I thought I would give out my thought on the book “Death from the Skies,” the movie “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince,” and the first season of “Full Metal Alchemist, series 2.”
Firstly, Death from the Skies:
(oops, should have focused more on the right, oh well)
Death from the Skies, I can say, is one of the really good science popularizing book out there. It is written by an author you may already know, a really popular blogger Phil Plait. The book is basically about a variety of phenomena in nature that could end life as we know it. But in my mind, that is only a trampolin to jump from towards broader topics of astronomy. Yeah, he talks about all the way to die (black hole is not a nice way to die), and in the end, we are all doomed (end of universe, proton decay), but he also talks about the processes that drive those phenomena, what makes them tick. In the end, you get to understand that those processes explain so much of what goes on in the universe. Read the rest of this entry »
In light of the new Bond movie Quantum of Solace coming out, I just wanted to show you guys a parody before (or after) you go and see it. ^_^ Unfortunately, I couldn’t embed it…
“Well, we know where you stand… Next to the talking polar bear in the Golden Compass.” Funny. ^_^
I was hanging around mugglenet.com, a Harry Potter fan site. And guess what? They had a test screening of the movie Half Blood Prince! I am really jealous now. Read the review of a guy who went there here (spolilers). Even though he doesn’t give the full details, he says it is really good! His words:I wrote this review so that I could express to everyone how worth the wait this movie is going to be. I know it’s been delayed and I know that stinks. But they’re going to use the time they now have, screen it some more, and a better movie will be made as a result of it, I am completely convinced. I can’t wait to see proper movie trailers, a movie poster, and all of that because my worries are completely gone. I am sure that the movie I saw is not the final film and once the CGI is completed and feedback considered, there will be plenty more to make it a completely different experience.
So jealous… Stupid delay (for summer, so as to “expand the audience”), whose stupid purpose was to stupidly gain a few stupid millions more stupid dollars than their usual stupid profit, and stupidly satisfy their stupid greed. Or perhaps I am wrong, and they really wanted the movie to be better. Frankly, I don’t know.
The movie I watched was horrible. It wasn’t even so bad that it was good. It was horrible in every way possible. I didn’t think anyone could screw up a movie so badly. Well, someone did, and it was the most boring movie I have ever seen in my life. It was called Monster, and no, it wasn’t the “Monster” that has been critically well recieved. It is another very unknown movie that is called “Monster,” and it sucks really bad. Read the rest of this entry »