This weekend, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Salazar’s Revenge in the UK) comes out in theaters. The last time Disney released a Pirates movie, it was a bit of a disaster. Or was it? [Note: This review contains spoilers, and was written with the assumption the reader has seen the film.]… [Read More]
“I have a hall. I have a dress. The apartment is almost ready. It’s a small task to God to find me a groom by the end of Hanukkah.”
Tom Brady might be New England but David Ortiz is Boston. While the three-time World Series champion might have been “just” a talented designated hitter on an American League team fighting decades of failure to the world before Patriot’s Day 2013, afterward, he was the galvanizing face of a city that stood against terrorism, fear,… [Read More]
In The Commune, a group of friends form a commune in 1970s Copenhagen. It is an adventure that is both fun and challenging. Sometimes the differences between the residents are humorous, but all this togetherness can also break down things that seemed solid.
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.
For those who enjoy film, the names John Ford, Frank Capra, George Stevens, William Wyler, and John Huston will be familiar. All are Oscar-winning directors (with a total of 14 Oscars between them). They were also part of the World War II war effort as military filmmakers.
Jack Sparrow is taken, body and soul, to a place not of death, but punishment. The worst fate a person can bring upon himself. Stretching on forever. That’s what awaits at Davy Jones’ locker. Theologians have long debated the existence and nature of Hell. Tia Darma’s words (meant to explain why she could bring back… [Read More]
Asa Butterfield has been making films since he was nine years old, with big names and big themes like Hugo, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, and The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. Now, he returns to the setting of his sci-fi epic Ender’s Game: space. With a script from Allan Loeb (Collateral Damage), Butterfield plays Gardner Elliott, the first child… [Read More]
This week, Steve and comic guru Arnaldo Reyes celebrate their 2nd podcast anniversary to defend GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2. The latest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe has wild colours and an awesome soundtrack but it also has a lot of heart–and even seems to want to talk about god (small ‘g’, of… [Read More]