The image above was from GetGlue, a sticker you earn after watching the movie Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, based on a book of the same name by author Seth Grahame-Smith. Yes, yesterday we’ve watched the movie and…
I am taking back - partly - what I’ve said before “I’ve read the book and for the first time I will say this: The movie looks better!” Find out why inside…
There is always a limit to the number of unique stories that we limited human beings can make. Sooner or later, we will only be repeating the same twists and turns, plots and arcs, of the stories written before us.
It takes a great writer with a broad mind to break that curse and come up with something better than the ones that have gone before you. Man On A Ledge, a 2012 movie, was just that.
Continuum is a one-hour police drama centered on Kiera Cameron, a regular cop from 65 years in the future who finds herself trapped in present day Vancouver. She is alone, a stranger in a strange land, and has eight of the most ruthless criminals from the future, known as Liber8, loose in the city.
Lucky for Kiera, through the use of her CMR (cellular memory recall), a futuristic liquid chip technology implanted in her brain, she connects with Alec Sadler, a seventeen-year-old tech genius. When Kiera calls and Alec answers, a very unique partnership begins.
Kiera’s first desire is to get “home.” But until she figures out a way to do that, she must survive in our time period and use all the resources available to her to track and capture the terrorists before they alter history enough to change the course of the future. After all, what’s the point of going back if the future isn’t the one you left?
It’s not often that I browse YouTube, I just don’t have the time. But if the network is very restricted to what you can do and you have nothing else to do, that’s when I start searching for videos. For a few days now, I wasn’t disappointed, my little search turned-out good videos.
This is one of those good videos. A music video of IU’s “Good Day” playing side-by-side, with the left side playing the Korean version while the right side playing the Japanese version. What makes this different from my previous post about IU’s “Rain Drop”, this time your task is to identify and appreciate the differences between the two.