Cooper Wilson opened his eyes.
Filtered sunlight filled the bedroom and the smell of western Washington Spring filled his nostrils. He turned toward the window and saw the blind gently swaying in the breeze. 1,213 more words
Over the last few years, Hollywood has been slowly building a library of space disaster movies. And I have ended up watching most of them. While some tell the story through telemetry (Europa Report, Apollo 18), the others have used first person/third person “as-it-happens” narratives (Last Days On Mars/Interstellar/Gravity). 673 more words
Captain Robinson has a problem.
The movie opens with the veteran submarine captain being informed by a desk jockey that his employment with the salvage company he works for has come to an end. 1,918 more words
Today my oldest son took me to see the latest Avengers movie as my belated Father’s Day gift. I enjoyed it tremendously. I have a bone to pick with one of the central plot points, but for other reasons, the film redeemed itself spectacularly. 1,119 more words