Interstellar is a mammoth of a film. Anyone who has seen the trailer, or who has seen how long it is (almost 3 hours! YIKES!) can figure that out. It is epic, grand, engrossing. It will likely be nominated for many Oscars. I can’t deny any of that. I didn’t realize it was so long, and when the concessions guy, obviously a major sci fi fan, told me how long it is, I groaned and considered leaving. I’m glad I didn’t leave though. It was one of those movies that was long, and you could tell it was long, but you are so interested in what’s going on, you don’t mind.
Alan Turing was a wartime codebreaker during World War II. He developed a code breaking machine called Bombe. After the war, Turing worked at the National Physical Laboratory designing the first stored program computer called ACE. Some say he is the father of artificial intelligence.
Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema returns to Capitol Hill’s Cal Anderson Park with TEENAGE DREAMS! Four enchanting films that’ll get your heart racing on Friday nights in August. Come enjoy the summer with FREE outdoor movies. The night is young, and so are we!
I found this really great post about Ryan Gosling on BuzzFeed today. The article is written by Matt Stopera and is titled 45 Things You Never Knew About Ryan Gosling. Did you know that Ryan Gosling was cast in the Notebook because the director that he was ugly and uninteresting? True story!
With this passing Christmas day, there are a ton of excellent films that are playing in theaters right now. I highly suggest making American Hustle a priority to see. With an all-star cast playing the main and support characters, this movie is armed to the teeth with acting power. Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner and Jennifer Lawrence do a fantastic job getting into their characters, and really bringing the complexities of the characters to life.
With Thanksgiving behind us and December approaching Sunday I thought would be fun to list some festive movies to watch with family after a day of shopping or trying to figure out why half the strand of lights isn’t working. Continue reading
With the cult-like following The Hunger Games series has garnered for the books, I must first admit I have not read a sing one of the books. It’s not that I’ve refused, I just haven’t gotten around to it yet. So this review will be free from book-to-movie comparisons.