While waiting for Susan to get ready for dinner, I saw part of the 1997 Michael Bay popcorn hit Armageddon, where a plucky team of drillers wind up in space to poke a hole in an asteroid. The following week, under similar circumstances, I watched the back half of the film. I am qualified to say that the film has more plot problems than any other movie I have ever seen.
Here they are in no particular order:
Just a brief thought for today.
Ask people whether we need to pay our teachers more, what do they say? Yeah, of course (at least until we get the tax bill, but that's more of an reality-vs-ideology issue and I, for once, would like to stay in the realm of the latter).
Ask the same people whether we need to give all students equal access to school, the answer's the same.
I recently re-watched the cinematic masterpiece Varsity Blues on a flight from Boston to Chicago. According to IMDB the film is considered a Comedy/Drama/Romance. This is surprising, as I considered it more of a thriller/horror film, more in line with The Good Son than The Longest Yard. I need to ask - how is this movie so profoundly misunderstood?
Noah's Inner Monologue
Scribblings of a man who can barely operate an idiotproof website.