Jan. 8th, 2017

Monsters vs Aliens – Encounter with Esgarguantua
4 June 2009
The giant snail was moving very slowly up the Seine Valley towards Paris. It was easily shrugging off the attacks that the French military were throwing at it.

Insectosaurus flew past the Tour Eiffel. “I've always wanted to be in Paris,” Dr. Cochroach said.

“Same here,” Ginormica said. “But we have to talk to that giant snail somehow.”

“We'll figure it out,” Dr. Cochroach said.

As the American monsters approached the Snail the French forces stopped their attack. “OK, Insecto, land close to the front of the Snail,” Dr. Cochroach directed.

The giant flying grub landed near the front of the Snail, where they could see the scaled up radula tearing through the vegetation directly in front of the mouth.

“How are we going to get it's attention?” the Missing Link asked.

“Let me think about that,” Dr. Cochroach said.
Passengers (Preliminary)
An interesting film set on an interstellar colony ship. One with a moral ambiguity that is quite thought provoking. Would you do something similar if you were in such a situation? I am certain a about a few things. First, that the Avalon's design is rather stunning (both inside and out), any such ship built in the future would have a more utilitarian design (on the outside). Second, that Pratt's acting sells the fact that this guy has been on his own for a long time. And Third, that Lawrence's acting is similarly as good, that it is easily to believe that her character is going through what she's going through.
Although it's not without controversy, I would recommend this film to anyone. 8/10.

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