What do you get when you mix the time travel mechanics from Quantum Leap with the concept of repeating time from Groundhog Day? Obviously something similar to the movie Source Code, which I watched on Amazon Video On Demand recently. And I have to admit, the story sounds ridiculous, but works really well.
Beetlejuice is one of those movies that everyone I know loves. And we’ve all wanted a sequel since we saw the original, haven’t we? Well, wait no longer! Warner Brothers has gone on record as stating that the world’s most lovable ghoul will finally return for a second film.
It’s official! Bow ties ARE cool. And on that now-infamous part of the Doctor’s wardrobe, Smith said:
“That was me. The producers groaned when I got it out, and then I put it on, and they said, ‘Yes: that.'”
Geek fashion has now been validated.
This is probably one of the coolest Doctor Who things I have seen this week. At this year’s Dragon Con, someone asked Sylvester McCoy, the 7th Doctor, to read the infamous speech made by Matt Smith from “The Pandorica Opens” episode.
I suppose this is good news, although this poster shows fractures between Peter, Olivia and Walter. But Peter is in there, so that’s a good sign! I’m very curious as how a world where Peter doesn’t exist is going to work. Also, how do you think they will resolve the Peter issue?
All I could think of after I watched this week’s episode of Doctor Who was how happy I was that we’ve finally got an episode that just feels like Doctor Who. I am not entirely sure what I mean by that, but after all of this convoluted plot making we have had to endure over the past season, this episode was a refreshing change of pace.
I’m still on the fence about a British actor playing Superman, but I have to admit that Henry Cavill does look the part in these new photos that have surfaced. I’d see the movie alone for the eye candy, I’ll admit it.
I know that I’m a little late in getting my review up for the new episode of Doctor Who, but in my defense, when it aired, I was in London seeing David Tennant and Catherine Tate in “Much Ado About Nothing.” I did catch some spoilers on Twitter (shame on you), but as I was seeing the 10th Doctor and Donna Noble in the flesh, well… I guess I win out on spoiler people, right?
So in flying back from a trip from Paris, France, I happened upon the Water for Elephants film starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson. It was something to help pass the time of a long-haul flight and in the end, that’s all it turned out to be – a time waster.
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