About JD DeLuzio
Posts by JD DeLuzio:
–-I haven’t actually heard much about this film. It didn’t stay in the main-run theatres for long.
–-Angelina Jolie plays his mother.
–-Yeah, but have you heard anything about the film? Is it any good?
–-They used body make-up to cover her tattoos.
–-I have a bad feeling about this.
This 1997 film, based on a story Luc Besson developed when he was a kid, ranks among our most-requested reviews. With the “Ultimate Edition” DVD about to be released, we’re fulfilling that request.
If you haven’t already heard, there’s (depending on your source) a 1 in 45 or a 1 in 37 chance that Asteroid 2004 MN4 could wander into the planet on April 13, 2029, causing widespread destruction and other unpleasant effects reminiscent of the plots of bad movies from 1998. Information may be found here and here.
Happy New Year!
UPDATE: As reported in the responses, more recent estimates significantly reduce the odds of impact.
This 1993 adaptation of William S. Burrough’s short story may be the least-shown animated seasonal special in history (with the possible exception of The Glowworm’s Christmas), but it also ranks among the best– provided you’re not a child.
A lawsuit brought about by the real-life Tony Twist has Todd McFarlane filing for bankruptcy– and vowing to fight the ruling.
If you’re registered in Dakatur, Illinois, you can get a credit for formally engaging in all those discussions you’ve already had online and with your Trek-watching friends.
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The first four issues of Identity Crisis, DC’s much-hyped shake-up of their universe, began with the murder of an established DC character. Readers then learned some shocking, but entirely plausible*, secrets of some top-name DC heroes, secrets which actually made sense of conundrums raised by past stories. Each issue of the series finished with a suspect being identified.
The final explanation seems forced, but Identity Crisis is less about the mystery than what we learn along the way about the sunny DC Universe.
*Well, plausible in the context of a world filled with super-powered people who dress like idiots.
Looking to write an SF novel? Create the next space series? Develop a futuristic gaming world?
Serious research on such things as atomic rockets, believable aliens, and artificial gravity takes time. Fortunately, this guy has done a lot of the research for you, in a site filled with great tips, relevant links, and cool illustrations.