My review of this eighties throwback movie is now posted. Beware of flying body parts! Read my review now by clicking here.
Review by Jason Thompson Back in 1996, Roland Emmerich probably never would have guessed that the film “Independence Day” would define his career. Emmerich is still trying to destroy the heck out of the world in his new opus simply titled “2012.” In 2009, a scientist discovers that the Earth’s temperature is rising due to something about neutrinos being too high. He calls upon colleague Dr. Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel
The mayor of HeidiTown is headed out to see Monty Python’s “Spamalot” tonight. It’s going to be laughing, smiling, dancing and singing, and tomorrow there will be a review, so stay tuned. Cheers! And remember, always look on the bright side of life.
In the currently economy, it is good business practice to have a pleasant restaurant staff, and I have noticed recently, most restaurants are being conscientious about who they hire for front of house. Servers, bus boys/girls and hostesses are cheerful and well trained. In part, that is why this recent experience really stood out. When a server’s behavior leaves a bad taste in my mouth, it is difficult for even
Okay, so Pirates of the Caribbean 3 may not be the worst movie ever, but it may be the most expensive worst movie ever (it cost 272.6 million to create). I am a little under the weather this weekend, so we decided to stay in last night and order Pirates of the Caribbean 3 On Demand; a decision we began to regret about twenty minutes into the movie. We
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