Dinosaurs rampaging in supermarket parking lots! Wormholes swallowing up little kids and their dogs! Creatures from the past — and the future — hunting down poor puny humans in modern-day Great Britain while cute brainy scientists try to stop them! Good times, good times.
I have to confess that I’m not entirely sure what the ‘miracle’ at St. Anna is meant to be.
Packed with action and things blowing up and way-cool science-fictional ideas that I promise you haven’t seen dealt with on other SF shows (and, yes, some that you have)…
DeNiro is 65, Pacino is 68, and they look it. Not just physically: spiritually, too. They’re exhausted.
Look, Nicolas Cage is an assassin, okay? He’s tough. And hardened. And impervious to human emotions. He doesn’t care what you think.
I found myself sorta not hating it, and sorta fascinated by it, for about 45 minutes or so. Alas that the movie’s about 90 minutes long.
A nominal remake of Roger Corman’s 1975 flick *Death Race 2000* filtered through the hackish auspices of Paul W.S. Anderson.
Anglophile TV fans have been waiting for this one for a long while: the complete ‘Robin of Sherwood,’ 26 episodes of what some consider the definitive rendition of the Robin Hood story.
Even with bar set low and my unconditional love set high, I cannot freakin’ believe how cruelly ‘Tomb’ rips out my geeky little heart and stomps on it.
It’s not just a fantastic overlong episode of the show, it actually feels like a movie, with big stakes and big drama…