I saw this little baby squirrel on Easter. It was saved after a cat had killed its mother. It was so tiny.
Lowes Foods had this curbside pick up program when I went by yesterday. It’s nice more companies have this especially in the days of the Covid-19 pandemic.
I remember watching the first King Kong versus Godzilla movie a long time ago as a kid. I had heard of this movie being teased a long time ago, but I had mixed feelings about it. Besides the first Godzilla movie in these new reboots, none of them have been spectacular. But I was willing to give it a try.
The movie is set a few years after the events of the last Godzilla movie. After being mankind’s savior, Godzilla has gone back to destruction. And nobody is really sure why the giant lizard with nuclear breath has gone back to evil.
Madison Russell is really adamant about finding out why Godzilla is being the way he is. Her father is one of the bigwigs on the project about monitoring and defending the Earth from monsters like Godzilla. She senses that he may still be good, and she won’t give up easily about proving that.
Without much hope, mankind decides to call King Kong out of isolation as he’s the only living being capable of even standing a chance against Godzilla. The giant gorilla monster agrees to help mankind, but which monster will be standing by the end of the movie?
Godzilla vs. Kong is not as great as some have claimed it to be, but it’s much much better the last Godzilla movie. Like most versus movies, it’s a little predictable about how it will end. Though, I will say that there was quite a bit of a surprise to me as the movie got close to its climax.
Green Lantern is definitely one of the members of the Justice League that doesn’t get a lot of time on his own when it comes to movies. I saw Green Lantern: Emerald Knights on HBO Max and decided to give it a watch. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from this one.
The Green Lantern Corps are warned that the titan Krona may soon bring havoc upon the universe. He’s been stopped in the past, but even the Green Lantern Corps united at once takes him very very seriously.
During this chaos, Hal Jordan is mentoring the new recruit Arisia Rrab. At this point in the story, he’s been in the Green Lantern Corps long enough to know most of the history. Not just about the current heroes but even the very first Green Lantern.
She soon learns of Laira, a former princess on a warlike planet who had to battle her own father. Then there’s the story of the Green Lantern whose ring went to Hal Jordan. Probably the most interesting one of them all is about the largest Green Lantern in history.
I was a little surprised by Green Lantern: Emerald Knights as it starts off strong but dips into boredom every now and then. While there is a central story, the tales that he tells the new recruit distract you heavily from it. It’s not the greatest tale featuring Green Lantern, but far from the worst too.