I’ve posted before about the Green Lantern movie(s) in the works. No cast has been announced, no real information has come to my attention at all about the live action movie, other than it’s still on the books. However, some fan put together a pretty good trailer for what he’d like to see, using Nathan Fillion as the lead character, Hal Jordan. And you know what… it looks pretty good:
First of all, this . . . → Read More: Nathan Fillion as Green Lantern? – Tuesday TubeWatch
Okay, yeah, the day’s almost over, but you know how it is… things got away from me. The dog ate my homework. And then he did this:
So there you have it. Not just a dog on a skateboard… a dog purposefully riding a skateboard. There’s something very calming about that video.
Yeah, it’s been around a long time, but if you haven’t seen it before, it’s new to you…
. . . → Read More: Better late than never (maybe): Tuesday TubeWatch
That is some seriously well-integrated CGI. I love it.
The Stormtrooper’s “Boo-ya” at the end kills me.
To be a total geek, here, I gotta say that a beam meant to take out a planet would not stop at taking out one ship, though. And what’s the Enterprise doing just sitting there? Fishing? Totally unrealistic.
. . . → Read More: Tuesday TubeWatch: Death Star Trek Wars
The Enterprise leaving the station
Reviewing Star Trek (2009) is a bit of a difficult task. There is so much that has gone before, both good and bad, that it’s hard to not place this film within the context of everything “Trek.” It has a rather difficult job to fulfill in that it must honor that larger context while at the same time completely reinventing the franchise for a new time and a wider . . . → Read More: Review: Star Trek
In Minority Report, Tom Cruise’s character was able to interact with a very cool looking computer desktop that he could manipulate with special gloves just by waving his hands around.
Tom Cruise in Minority Report with a super-cool computer interface
Everyone wanted it. Then Microsoft created a table that was remarkably similar. You could move and resize digital pictures directly on the tabletop with just your fingers! The future was here!
But was it . . . → Read More: Tuesday TubeWatch: Minority Report to Sixth Sense to PHUD – Interface Advancement and Integration