Tag Archive: Entertainment Reviews

Movie Review: Galaxy Quest

A movie within a movie, a dream within a dream… Conventions and fan signings became the norm for the cast of the canceled sci-fi show Galaxy Quest that ended in the early 1980’s. In fact, Galaxy Con and other appearances were the only type of gigs they could get. Dissatisfied and more than a little…

Watched: New in Town

Previews: Overstock.com The Christmas Cottage Bait Shop Happily N’Ever After 2: Snow White Shaun the Sheep: Off the Baa! This romantic comedy pairs Renee Zellweger and Harry Connick, Jr. in a story about assembly lines and layoffs. Sounds sigh worthy right? A high-powered business woman agrees to take over a struggling plant in Minnesota and…

Watched: Duplicity

Previews are the best part of the movies.  Usually. Bring it On:  Fight to the Finish-  Scary State of Play-  Have it. Mamma Mia Fighting-  On Blockbuster Bargains list Commercials: Universal Studios Hi-Def. Tobacco Free Ad Psych Season 3-  Sweet The romantic action spy/not a spy movie starring Julia Roberts and Clive Owen has a cool,…

Watched: Le Divorce (2003)

Touted as a romantic comedy based on the novel by Diane Johnson three chicks, one being my Human, sat down to enjoy French scenery, food and wine.  First thing my human noticed on the DVD, no previews.  Since I was busy playing with my new robotic ant I asked Human later if it was any…

Kooky Pets: The new whimsical book that will make you smile

On the page entitled the true story behind this book a letter written by Sir Arne Zackleton, explorer and member of the Kooky Pets Team, first introduces the reader to the important connection between the Pets, the Team, and humans. The author later explains, “Kooky Pets have the unique ability to bring out the best in…

Watched: The Great Buck Howard

Previews are the best part of the movies so here’s what is on the DVD Mutant Chronicles (John Malkovich stars) Big Man Japan(It looks like someone fell asleep watching Godzilla after oding on Skittles) Food, Inc (Makes you want to grow your own food just to stick it to the man) Starring  John Malkovich, Colin Hanks,…

Watched: My Lovely Sam Soon

Sixteen part Korean drama tells of a modern day, 30 year old pastry chef who is considered as unusual as her name. Touted as the Korean Bridget Jones, Kim Sam Soon is a foul mouthed, impulsive and genuine character whose story was addicting to watch. One of my favorite storylines was used, but with a…

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