It looks like Pixar can do no wrong. This animated movie is worlds apart from their previous offerings. WALL.E is set in a bleak future earth where everyone has left and is now living in space because of the accumulation of trash. So the backdrop for this movie is not exactly fun and games. Add to that the fact that there is very little dialogue and it is somewhat stunning that this movie is so well received by every age group. That’s not to say that it shouldn’t be. It is amazing how the very human emotions of joy, loneliness and love can be so clearly communicated by animated robots.
Ben Stein! You know him as a writer and a savvy businessman worth millions. What you may not know is that he is taking on Darwinism and the theory of evolution in a new movie coming out on April 18th, called “Expelled”. I have added an entire page that gives you links to go explore [...]
Did you really see what you thought you saw? Do you really know what you think you know? Lesley and I took advantage of a rare opportunity to take in a movie while we were in Chicago. The first day there, we had a few hours before the evening session and decided to go on [...]
Didn’t feel like being “brain-engaged” tonight (I was down in St Louis today, more on that tomorrow), so here’s my review for AI-Hollywood Brooke White – She was first out of the chute tonight and did a great job. What’s remarkable about her is that by her own admission, she has never seen an “R” [...]
In my previous post about the Super Bowl, I touched on the game and lessons learned (I am after a all a football nut and a spiritual leader). However, I still love to watch the commercials during the game. USA Today came out with their annual listing of the top commercials from the game this [...]