Back in 1982, Blade Runner came out, and of course I bought the soundtrack because I compulsively did that sort of thing. Also, hey, it was the peak of the Synth Music fad, and it was Vangelis at the top of his game. Why wouldn’t I buy it?
Let that sink in. Filler animation from The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show is now a would-be blockbuster. To the tune of DreamWorks spending 145 million dollars to make this. That can’t bode well for the course of human civilization, but I’ll be darned if the thing isn’t actually okay.
They don’t try to explain the brilliant dog bit, or why society accepts him. That’s certainly for the best. He’s just Mr. Peabody with his adopted human son Sherman. And they have a time machine. If you can deal with that, you’re in.
It’s Japanese word meaning “mystery,” or “secret.” Clever, huh? In all honesty, though, “Fusilli” would work better as a title. That’s a thick, corkscrew shaped pasta, a better description for the actual experience of watching this show’s plot unfold.
Whups--is it Friday again? Crumbs. Okay, here we go--I went out on a whim and looked for some Narnia fan films. Let me tell you, Narnia fan films are a lot like Aslan; you know they're there, you just don't see them very often.
In the not so distant future (by 2018, specifically) US SOCOM operators might be equipped with armored suits take us down the path to making HALO’s Spartans, Marvel’s Iron Man and Mark I Space Marine Armor a potentially realistic piece of gear.
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