Geeks love Monty Python and Simon Pegg. Hey, they got a Simon Pegg movie with the surviving Pythons doing voice work, and Robin Williams’ last role as the voice of Pegg’s dog? Well, let’s take a look at that trailer…
The entire geek portion of the Internet was united recently by the death of Leonard Nimoy. It was enough to get a lot of stupid talk about a dress off my Facebook feed, so even if it wasn’t enough Nimoy was one of the people who led me to science fiction, he has my gratitude for that one final favor.
And while I am a little saddened by the death of a man who I honestly never met, I am also not as shocked as I was by some past deaths. Nimoy’s health has been rather bad for a while now. There’s a reason even when he did some acting work, that it was done to keep his actual appearance to a bare minimum. But there’s something else to consider: Nimoy was 83 years old. As timeless as performances captured on camera can be, Spock got old, and he died. He wasn’t the first, he won’t be the last, and its something we will all do ourselves. What do we do when people we have never met, but have touched us in some way as we became the adults we are, die?
I love going to the movies. There is nothing better than a nice Alamo Drafthouse theater (where you will shut the hell up or you will get thrown the hell out) going dark and a good story being shown for an average of 118 minutes.
Unfortunately, they aren’t all good stories. I didn’t see half as many new movies as Watson did so that’s why he got to run down his Worst 20 Movies of the Year. Me, I’m only going to rant about the ten worst movies I saw this past year. Brace yourself. Continue reading Ryan’s Ten Worst Movies of 2014
Debuting in the box office wasteland that is January? A film so bad Ryan contemplated filing charges in his review? Facing a competitive NFL Playoff Weekend?
Despite all these things that should have killed it, Taken 3 hit big this weekend.
May God have mercy on all of us.