Monthly Archives: June 2018

Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom, movie review

The movie gave the audience what it wanted. More raptors and more background on everyone’s favorite raptor, Blue. The mighty t-Rex has officially taken a back seat as the world’s favorite dino.

The plot is original enough to keep the audience engaged. It keeps a few classic scenes to keep the die hard fans content, and a few plot twists to keep folks guessing. The effects continue to get better with each movie, even if the believability of some things are getting a bit overdone.

Overall, it’s a good action packed movie I would recommend.

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Author Interview about Dragon Series!

Today I was interviewed by Brad on Brad’s cafe, to discuss my dragon series, Enukara, about shapeshifting dragons and healers! Click the link below to see the video and check out the link on my site, here, to see the books and descriptions.

INTERVIEW

 


Adrift, Movie Review

The theme this year for summer blockbusters seems to be imaginary friends. First, “Tully” and the imagined night nanny, and now “Adift” where the surviving woman pretends her fiance is still alive on the boat with her. Oh, sorry, spoiler alert, but really, its not hard to figure out.

It reminded me a bit of “Life of Pi,” but really, all shows about surviving at sea are going to be similar.

The only thing that saves the movie from being unbearably boring is that its not told in order. You start with directly after the wreck, and jump between then and the moment she first meets her fiance. The story lines end with the boat crash and seeing the demise of her lover, and her finding shore. But the flashbacks are completely boring, and the after shipwreck story is only so-so. If it had been told in order, it would have been a complete thumbs down.

So… its an okay movie to see. Its based on true events, but I’ve seen better “left at sea” and survival stories based on true events. I would say skip it in theaters and maybe rent it for cheap.

On a positive note, the acting is good, which it should be, since the entire movie is hanging on one person’s performance.