The goriness and gut-wrenching emotion episode 4 of Mars almost felt like an updated version of Michael Crichton’s Andromeda Strain.
Scientists are often so committed to their respective projects that they are willing to sacrifice any and everything to make their goals happen.
How do two groups, who are worlds apart on issues that matter, peacefully coexist? Or is that even a possibility?
We have enough tensions and challenges for a lifetime—between countries, between companies, between individuals. Mars is no exception.
“This call is from a federal prison.” In 2001, Cindy Shank was dating a man who began dealing drugs, who was later murdered. Six years later, she was married to a man with whom she’d have three young girls and working as a responsible part of the community when federal prosecutors rang the doorbell at… [Read More]
Before I get going, I need to be honest. First, I’m probably not the most qualified to truly dig into whether or not Amazon’s Jack Ryan strays too far from the original Tom Clancy novels (it’s been years since I read them), or if there will ever be an actor that is as convincing in… [Read More]
tldr version Jordan Peterson and Russell Brand both see a current crisis and both see it as primarily “spiritual” however, for each, there are issues when it comes to how *truth* and “spirituality” relate and how they relate is vital bit longer version fanboying i love me some Peterson and Brand always generally dug Brand’s… [Read More]
Ernest Cline’s book Ready Player One, was a massively geeky love letter about the 1980s wrappd in virtual reality. The movie is noticeably different yet somehow works well enough that people will come in droves to watch.
Ava DuVernay has taken Madeleine L’Engle’s vision and created a dazzling tale of hope and love fit for today’s younger generation. We adults might find something to take from it as well—if we view the story from the eyes of a child.
What would you do if you lived on the streets and had to hide it in order to have a dream life with the one you love? Landing Up explores the dark underbelly of homelessness, eventually leaving the viewer with a nasty taste in their mouth.