Category Archive: Adventure


In many ways, Godzilla is the functional equivalent of King Kong. Something unidentifiable connects both to humans.

Captian America: The Winter Soldier

Captain America, Thor, Spiderman, Superman and Ironman. What’s next, Sen. Ted Cruz starring as a human Moby Dick?


If the misbehavior of man caused our Creator to have Noah build his Ark, we should all be buying a sturdy boat.


Though it has enormous weaknesses, it also will strongly appeal to teenage girls looking for a heroine instead of a hero.

Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Beyond being a great scientist, Mr. Peabody was also a great father. Yet he had to discover the importance of saying “I love you” to his son, something that shouldn’t go unnoticed.


No one who sees this film can possibly leave the theater without a smile on your face. Enter at your own risk.

47 Ronin

Not as entertaining as last year’s raucous The Man With the Iron Fist, but my 15-year old grandson really liked the film. Enough said.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Remember the song about the kindly “Puff, the magic dragon”? (Peter Paul and Mary (1963)).  Smaug certainly doesn’t.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Rating: Katniss Everdeen is a female Robin Hood, so get to the theater and watch the Sheriff of Nottingham’s knees start to buckle.

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