The Terminator (1984) • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) • Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) • Terminator Salvation
It sounds crazy, but I read like I’m a heroin addict. Given the opportunity of free time, I devour mountains
I said to him that I was pretty sure animals experienced all time at once and their experience of reality was inherently psychedelic, but language was the gatekeeper of consciousness that put a mandate of order onto events. That was our conversation. And no, I’ve never done any drugs. The point is that neither of us must have caught that line the first time we saw it because our heads would have lifted off their necks, rotated 360 degrees twice, then flown to the Moon to marry Moon women and start Moon families.
The Matrix (1999) • Matrix Reloaded (2003) • Matrix Revolutions (2003) • The Animatrix (2003) The Matrix Anthology moves in
Police brutality has been making headlines with the recent murder of unarmed Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. Peaceful protests asking
“…fantasy is not an escape from our world, but an invitation to go deeper into it.” – Andrew Slack, Creator/Cofounder/Executive Director
By now, I’m sure everyone knows that the young-adult dystopian novel, The Giver by Lois Lowry, is on the big
Yesterday, the world lost a friend in Robin Williams. As we have talked about his life with our friends, we have realized how much Williams touched them; he was more than an actor, he was a teacher. He allowed people he never met to see the best in themselves, and along the way, we got to laugh, which made all this words, actions, impressions, roles, and stand-ups all the more memorable. Today, we celebrate the life of the legendary Robin Williams by recounting our experiences with his different works. Rest in Peace.
Alien (1979) • Aliens (1986) • Alien³ (1992) • Alien: Resurrection (1997) Out of the gate, I’ve never seen Alien.
I chose these three significantly different movies for some pretty similar reasons. My primary reason was that all three were