Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Released March 30, 1979 OLD REVIEW/A CRITQUE OF Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (1979). This theatrical edit, a pilot episode for the television series, was executive produced by Glen A. Larson.
There is another level in learning the meanings of words in that one decides if one will ever use the word at all and give a reason why. This can be so with descriptive words in that they describe people, characters, and things. Are there better or more meaningful ways to describe something or someone… Read More Refraining from using words where it fits
How was I going to remember this word I wondered. It had such a complex meaning with a another word I did not know and needed further definition. So, I perservered. Yes, I perservered. I looked that other difficult word up. To my amazement I found the meaning of that other difficult word expanded on… Read More Looking up that difficult word is a pain to do but one just must
As I was reading, I came across some same words I had put on my list of words to get to know better. I found I was rejoging my memory on their meanings, definitions, etc. as their meanings had fallen from my memory. I hope by refreshing this way the words will stick more in… Read More Aiding memory through repetition
I said in an earlier post that film was down on the life list, and this would be true because when it comes to writing about film and other things as well, it’s just all too much in one go. The solution is doing one form of writing at a time — until the goals… Read More Film: down on the life list? Really?
PRODUCER’S TALK. I haven’t seen or read a good comedy in ages. I don’t think I have guffawed for a while. Truly let out a belly laugh — except in real life. I was watching a comedy the other day and it was witty and smart, you know the kind, but did not make me… Read More Have you seen a good comedy lately?
The Golden Voyage of Sinbad Released December 20, London, England, 1973 OLD REVIEW/A REVIEW OF The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973). This Arabian Nights tale is just that. A tale. A tale about good versus evil.
LOOKING BACK/WHAT I THOUGHT. I’m sorting through the family films of 1973, of which I have seen one and on retrospect would take my pick of the family films that year. Although I have only seen one but get the gist of the others and one fits better personally. I list them all here:
An untitled story I have been working on over the New Years is coming along well. As yet, it is officially untitled, but with a tentative title as of writing. This hard laboured at project that has been marinating for twenty years is coming to fruition.
Manifold, but what day was it for? Birthday? Christmas? That’s the only two days that count Except for Mother’s or Father’s Day. Lots of love and many blessings anyway
Thanks for your support thanks for your You Thanks for your love Thanks for being you Thanks for your kindness I need it.
asking won’t need to ask no more When I reach the shore the link to heaven To thank him so
As they talked, just words? Stranger, flesh, soule, betwixt, thy, borne, uncircumcised, hee, hath
Speed demon in a car Reving you up for the day of your Fall But I won’t Fall in behind I will shine, Get behind me Satan is what I’ll say, Then that demon will go away Bedwetting deep within the soul My pants wet with fright
Two religious musicals from 1973: A preview of what I will watch One has always wondered what musicals they would produce with religion as a subject. In 1973, the electric trailer of the musical Jesus Christ Superstar landed more on a question than belief in Jesus Christ. “Who are you, what have your sacrificed?” goes… Read More Religious musicals of 1973