“Of all the mysteries for me, people are the hardest to fathom.”
It seems Einstein’s head is occupied with other things while at the patent office–things that could change the world.
Maybe CAR-T therapy will be the breakthrough scientists need to eliminate cancer once and for all.
In Breakthrough, each episode is created by a specific director and tackles a unique aspect of how science can help society in general.
By the end of the episode, you’ll want to stand beside Mileva Maric, wrap her in a hug, and cry with her.
The second episode of Genius is directed by Minkie Spiro and focuses on more intimate portrayals of the characters.
Although extremely melodramatic, A Dog’s Purpose is a decent film and showcases companionship in a often touching way.
In the opening episode, broad strokes are painted as Howard intersperses the younger and elder versions of Einstein. The younger Einstein is a daydreaming free thinker; the elder is wiser yet stubborn.
For the most part, Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return effectively bridges the gap of seventeen years between episodes—and this is a great thing.
At the end of the day, we all want to go somewhere that has a roof to protect us from the elements, allows us to spend quality family time, and offers us security from intruders. In short, we want shelter.