Wednesday, June 11, 2014


One of my professors at CSUB said, "Who is the greatest French writer?" To which you would answer, "Molier." Then he would say, "Shakespeare translated into French." My teacher was pretty funny. But that's besides the point.

This movie, Molier, kind of takes a page from Shakespeare in Love. It follows Molier as he goes about a life that parallels his plays. However, Shakespeare in Love blew, and Molier is actually witty, funny, well-acted, and clever.

Did I mention witty? It's not often that I'm blown away by someone else's dialog.

21 Jump St.

TV, please do a better job editing your movies. I'm looking especially at you FX.

Anyway, some of the editing was choice, like when he called it a "fancy" car instead of... you know. But there was still a lot of stuff that no one in their right minds should be calling TV14.... Well, okay, there was one thing.

Anyway, about the movie. It was fun, and funny. I liked it a lot. I loved 21 Jump St. when I was a kid, and this was surprisingly a decent movie. It could have EASILY been PG13, or shoot, PG, if they trimmed off the fat. It's disappointing when they make movies like this R. It would have gotten a lot more money if teenagers could have gone to see it. And, I mean, it's 21 Jump St! Did you read the part where I wrote I watched it as a KID? Yeah. I know all those who watched it in the 80's are now in their 30's, but... COME ON! Teenagers would love that movie.

Anyway. As it is, I can't recommend it, even the TV14 version.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Frozen Fascinations and Fractals

First, let's start with the last. Fractals. Illuminate your mind here.

Okay. That was mostly included because it started with an F, and was mentioned in "Let it Go." And you can't have a blog about Frozen without mentioning that song. You just can't.

So, let's get on with the fascinating Frozen talk, or, Frozen Speak.

Or let's do it later. I'm busy.