When you’re alone on a giant spaceship sailing through the outer limits, how do you pass the time? Is it by swimming in the ship’s luxurious pool, only to have the power go out and the gravity turn off and get caught in a weightless maelstrom while you drown, stuck in a giant water balloon bubble with no one to call for help? On ...
Original sci-fi stories are slowly becoming more popular in Hollywood. It’s an exciting prospect, as normally we’re all inundated with adaptations of superhero comics or popular books or remakes of older films that we already know the endings to. Movies like Interstellar and Oblivion are, arguably, a lot more exciting, allowing a director or a writer to create their own world from scratch, and keeping the audience in the dark as to how it all ends. Passengers is one of these, a sci-fi romance with a central mystery at its core that’s bound to keep viewers guessing until the end.
According to the U.K. Mail a young High School LaCrosse player learned a valuable lesson about manners, and that it is not o.k. to skip in line. For anyone who flies, you know it can be a lot of waiting around and long lines, but we accept it and know that it is what it is. But, apparently Mac Breedlove did not remember his manners as he boarded a Southwest Airlines flight.
Oh man, I could not even imagine being one of a dozen people baking in the hot sun on the broken down Superman Ride at an amusement park in California. Realistically this would never happen to me though because I don't do rides.....I get sick in a car. :(