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Hey, has anyone been watching the new Samurai Jack on Saturday nights? The last three episodes have blown me away. Genndy Tartakovsky keeps taking the show to new heights that you always knew that he could. I am rewatching last night's episode during dinner this evening.
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grelber37 updated his STATUS: about 5 hours ago

Hey, has anyone been watching the new Samurai Jack on Saturday nights? The last three episodes have blown me away. Genndy Tartakovsky keeps taking the show to new heights that you always knew that he could. I am rewatching last night's episode during dinner this evening.
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How do you follow up on this? You don't. This is the '70s Legends of the Superheroes, BTW.

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Atomica (a movie review)

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I rented Atomica. You should perhaps catch the movie on TV sometime. SyFy helped produce it. Thus, this futuristic tale will likely play on that channel soon.

Atomica exemplifies adequate, low-budget science-fiction entertainment, and the story resembles an eighty-minute episode of The Outer Limits (1995). The CGI is really bad and quite cheesy, sometimes distractingly so.The effects are the film's main fault, on one hand. On the other hand, just like The Outer Limits, Atomica gets some talented actors to elevate the material. In this case, Dominic Monaghan and Sarah Habel are pleasures to watch throughout the narrative. So, the acting is good in this thing.

The script is a mixed bag. I can compliment it for its suspense and mystery, but I can also note that the movie has some pacing issues affecting that suspense and mystery. I can compliment its low-key approach to sex and violence and note that the approach aesthetically complements this live-action resembling a teenager's comic book. I can also criticize some of the nonsensical characterization. No one would plausibly be as stupid, naive, or gullible as the protagonist sometimes is; she simply must be so to move the plot along. Also, the narrative has these abrupt, non sequitur dream scenes that both do and do not work for the audience. Unfortunately, I cannot discuss the sequences much without sharing spoilers.

Overall, Atomica (a.k.a. Deep Burial) is a sufficient genre fix and a decent time waster.


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grelber37 updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

Justice League might deliver this November. I like how the trailer introduces each new character. I have known Aquaman and Flash for forty years and Cyborg his entire "life". However, the general public needs to become engaged with a new super group. I like how Wonder Woman references an age of heroes, for the DC heroes are traditionally legends and myths more than Marvel's common men w/ everyday problems and extraordinary powers. Therefore, this JL movie might have its own personality separate from other cinematic comic-book fare. I am also hopeful that WB has adjusted the tone of their DC adaptations. Dawn of Justice suited some audiences; it did not suit others. I would not mind a fun time at the movies this autumn.
jeo4
jeo4 at 04:28 PM Mar 25

I agree. This film could wind up being iconic.

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This 1950 15 Mystery Stories cover might make a good Batman cover. Although, it wouldn't work for '66 Batman vs. Two-Face later this year.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

The review on Life is, to everyone's surprise, Mikey likes it.
timmyd
timmyd at 07:15 PM Mar 24

I found it entertaining , but way too familiar.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

I just did something really sweet for someone. Time to go see The Belko Experiment to decontaminate. LOL.
writer19
writer19 at 03:08 PM Mar 18

amazing

jeo4
jeo4 at 09:13 AM Mar 19

I need to check it out, too. Maybe sometime soon.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

Frankenstein Created Bikers comes out on disk March 21. I have seen it already (having helped fund it a little). It is the right wild ride for the right audience. Are you looking for a twisted shock to the system? Are you looking for a throwback to '70s horror? Do you support independent horror and all of its risk-taking? Do you support free expression, even if provocative? Have you seen Dear God No! and wondered "What the fuck could have possibly happened next?"? You might be the right "wrongheaded" audience for Frankenstein Created Bikers.
timmyd
timmyd at 07:13 PM Mar 17

sounds like it's right up my alley.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 11 days ago

Well, Passengers is an interesting one. A person sees what there is to admire about the movie. A person easily sees what there is to hate. To the story's main controversy, I both CAN and CAN'T see the characters acting as they do under the circumstances. Perhaps, the movie's moral dilemma is more interesting than the movie will be for some viewers. A person can ask himself: SPOILER If you could either live ninety years alone (and perhaps miserable and going insane) or ninety years with someone condemned to be with you, What Would You Do? END SPOIL. Also, a viewer often wonders what the characters do. How can we be the best _passengers_ to our circumstances? We all ask that question under much less stressful and weird circumstances.
timmyd
timmyd at 06:47 PM Mar 15

I found myself not really giving a shit about any of Passengers deep themes. Just couldn't get into it at all.

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

Rotten Tomatoes has a list of the twenty-four worst employers in movies. The list actually includes the burger joint from Compliance and Camp Crystal Lake from Friday the 13th. Well, no shit! LOL.
cobb
cobb at 11:20 AM Mar 15

lol ya i can see that

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Pat Hatfreet at 03:29 PM Mar 19

That burger joint is messed up!

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Before there were video games, there were board games. And, they were good.

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 06:30 PM Mar 16

EXACTLY!!

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Games nerdpeople played.

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My brother, a buddy, and I played the shit out of this game back in the day.

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Swamp Thing had his own board game. I did not know that.

HAIL_TO_THE_KING
HAIL_TO_THE_KING at 07:25 PM Mar 13

also had a short lived cartoon and toy line in the early 90's

grelber37 updated his STATUS: 15 days ago

I watched the Wonder Woman trailer. Wonder Woman looks like a standard summer movie. But, adequate entertainment is, by definition, not bad.
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