Kevin, Sean and Sarah exchange views on the career of a comedy juggernaut and one of the most quotable actors in film history: Jim Carrey.
About a month ago, a friend of mine sent me a curious text message out of the blue. It said:
“Watch The Fifth Element in black and white. It changes everything.”
My mind was subsequently blown. I asked him what the big difference was and he told me that it made was more like a classic B movie, and it changed the whole approach of the movie.
Greetings to you, Nerdlings! Yes, you! Have you been looking for entertainment with an educational twist? Perhaps you wish to have your funny bones tickled with comical and sometimes explicit conversation? Then, come one and all to NERDONOMY! A place of wonder and surprise, of creatures and feats beyond your imagination, and of silly writing that fancies itself to be like that of a mid 19th century side show!
I was a child of the nineties. Though I was born in the early eighties, I really started making badass memories at about age seven. By that time, I was more aware of what was going on around me and had developed a full-blown obsession with movies. Many of my best childhood memories are tied to a movie or at the very least a timeframe related to a movie’s theatrical release. I’ve been in a place lately where I’ve been purchasing and revisiting these films to see what I may have missed when I was a wee one. So here we go, ladies and gents… the first in a series for your reading enjoyment!
Picture courtesy of The Verge
Hey folks, Kevin Sutorius here! Last time I posted, it was a Top 20 movies of 2012, and this time, I thought I’d do something different. I’m a huge technology nerd (“Techno-phile” I dub myself) and I wanted to share a gadget I’m looking forward to: the Pebble Smartwatch. Wait, what’s so smart about a watch? What does is it do? Before we get started, I want to share some history.