by Douglas Montgomery II Caught Netflix’s Project Power over the past weekend, and I must say I wasn’t disappointed. With the summer absent of summer movies with superheroes due to the pandemic, a movie based on people with powers was a welcome substitute for my mid-August weekend movie viewing. Boasting a $85.1 million dollar budget,Continue reading “Project Power – R – 2020 – Fantasy/Action – 1h51m Movie Review”
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Post George Floyd………….
In the spirit of love and humility, lets exercise our God-given ability to be caring and have respect for one another. So be courageous, but rational in our dealings with each other. God has brought us all together at this moment in time and history for a greater reason. So move with a purpose, notContinue reading “Post George Floyd………….”
No matter how much success you achieve in life, always remain humble.
Arrogance diminishes wisdom. – from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Season 1, Episode 15
Don’t be afraid to fail, it’s just another one of life’s experiences.
I guess you could call it “failure”, but I prefer the term “learning experience”. -from the novel The Martian, written by American Novelist Andy Weir. The Martian was later adapted into a movie directed by Ridley Scott in 2015.
Alita: Battle Angel – PG-13 – 2019 – Fantasy/Science Fiction – 2h2m Movie Review
by Douglas Montgomery II Alita Battle Angel was originally a Japanese cyberpunk anime series. Alita has also been a long time dream project of director James Cameron (Avatar, Titanic, Aliens, Terminator), who ultimately ended up as producer of the just released movie version. Directing chores went to Robert Ridriguez (Sin City, Predators, and Kill Bill:Continue reading “Alita: Battle Angel – PG-13 – 2019 – Fantasy/Science Fiction – 2h2m Movie Review”
We’re all on a journey we’ve never been on before because life is living with uncertainty.
Blog visitors, continue to visit, post a comment, like, or follow! Frodo: “I wish it need not have happened in my time.” Gandalf: “So do I, and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with theContinue reading “We’re all on a journey we’ve never been on before because life is living with uncertainty.”
The Kid Who Would Be King – PG – 2019 – Fantasy/Action-2h Movie Review
by Douglas Montgomery II The Kid Who Would Be King starring child actor Louis Ashbourne Serkis as Alex, is definitely a movie for kids, but a movie that adults and parents should take kids to see, because as the line that precedes the movie title reads, “Evil Gets Schooled”. Evil in various elementary forms doesContinue reading “The Kid Who Would Be King – PG – 2019 – Fantasy/Action-2h Movie Review”
Special Tribute – The legendary, multi-award winning, and one of the most popular, comic Artist George Perez retired January 19, 2019
by Douglas Montgomery II I’ve been collecting comic books and have been into everything science fiction/fantasy from Godzilla to Star Wars and Star Trek for well over 40 years, almost my entire life. And in the 1970s and especially the 1980s and early 90s, one of the artist, the main artist who’s work I followedContinue reading “Special Tribute – The legendary, multi-award winning, and one of the most popular, comic Artist George Perez retired January 19, 2019”
The Journey requires both faith and action.
Blog supporters, please take some time today to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.! It’s more important now , than ever! Thank you for your support! “Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 1962 Civil Rights Speech in NewContinue reading “The Journey requires both faith and action.”
Glass – PG-13 – 2019 Drama/Fantasy – 2h 9m Movie Review
by Douglas Montgomery II In 2016, M. Night Shyamalan gave us Split, a mystery/thriller starring James McAvoy as a man with 23 different personalities. It was excitingly suspenseful, McAvoy gave a noteworthy split personality performance, and it was a nice return to form for Shyamalan. Then, adding some connectivity flavor, surprisingly links the narrative toContinue reading “Glass – PG-13 – 2019 Drama/Fantasy – 2h 9m Movie Review”