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Doctor? Doctor… who? Moffat just keeps kicking that can down the road, don’t he?
I’d venture to guess that Asimov’s name is synonymous with science fiction even among the general public who don’t read. It seems like a no-brainer for Hollywood to glom on to Asimov’s reputation to pre-sell films. So why hasn’t it?
Links my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
Connie Willis is a rotten, terrible person. She’s so mean to her readers, among which I count myself as one of the most fervent, that it’s almost unforgivable.
Made of spoilers. Don’t read until you’ve seen the episode unless you don’t care to have it spoiled for you.
Yeah and yee-ha! but this is good old-fashioned pulpy, popcorny B-movie fun only with real science and no giant radioactive mutant anythings.
Oh, there will be those who say that Armageddon is mindless fluff, a complete waste of celluloid, a blot on humanity’s collective soul. Heed them not. Director Michael Bay and producer Jerry Bruckheimer have crafted as fine an educational experience as you will find these days.