Plant Rabies … whatever you do, don’t eat your vegetables! What great movie is lying out there, somewhere, in the land of unrealized possibility? Share it with me. Post a movie title and a tagline that explains it all.
J. Clifford’s one-image review of the new Hobbit movie by Peter Jackson reminded me that this third movie in the series had come out. I had forgotten, honestly, and that’s saying a lot. I have watched every minute of the making-of footage of each of
All roads lead to this?!? Lead to what? To a road, with a guy, and a car?!? I notice that the car is in the middle of a road that appears to lead nowhere. Roads lead to more roads? Cars lead to more cars? I
News item: to preserve the dignity of Islam, a crowd in Libya kills a staffer trying to shield his colleagues from rocket-propelled grenades. Neither the staffer nor his colleagues had anything to do with the making of a movie that criticizes Islam’s prophet Mohammed. I’m
The Spirit of Albion is all well and good, but why don’t ancient powers ever emerge from the silverware drawer, or the mud room off the back porch?
Barack Obama is using the power of the Presidency to promote “clean coal”. What makes it even worse is where exactly Obama places the “clean coal” agenda: Under the heading of “Green Jobs”.
Don’t believe what you’ve been told about the Amero, the suggested currency of the suggested North American Union. Listen to what the Amero has to say for itself in this unique video podcast, showing the only genuine Amero coin ever caught on camera!
When the champion of progress turns out to be its enemy, there’s no one left on the big stage to stand for us and tell us where to go.
After eight years of suffering under George W. Bush’s attacks on science, doesn’t America deserve better than this? A Creationist’s official religious ritual on Inauguration Day?
After you watch Sean Penn in the big-screen motion picture Milk, go rent the 1985 documentary The Times of Harvey Milk and see the real man, his contemporaries and his time for yourself. I was a small kid when Harvey Milk, the first openly-gay elected
I turned The Constant Gardener off after about half an hour without particularly caring that I would never know what happened to the characters. That’s a good indication of a bad movie.