The All-Time Best Time-Travel Movie is (in my opinion)…

(Opinionated) The best all-time travel movie in my view is: Back to the Future (1985). Base your opinion on which time travel movie is the best one in your viewpoint. But, it isn’t necessary that you tell me, if you don’t want to.

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Movie Review: The Martian (2015)

The Martian is about a space astronaut, Mark Watney, that is stranded on Mars, from a manned mission to Mars, and must improvise in order to stay alive. I loved watching this movie, because of its excellent storytelling. The movie feels like a real life situation. I give this movie five stars, because of its originality from the author (Andy Weir) of space exploration. An excellent movie if you’re a science fiction fan.

Andy Weir (1972-Present)

Andy Weir is an American science fiction novelist. He is the author of his very first novel, The Martian. It was adapted into a film directed by Ridley Scott under the same name of his novel in 2015. He began writing science fiction in his 20’s, and for years has published his works on his website. He studied computer science at UC San Diego.

Pre-Movie Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The new Star Wars movie from Disney will be out next month in December. To tell you the truth I never thought that there will be more new Star Wars movies. Anyway, I am glad they are making more of them. A lot of questions come roaring in this new installment. First, why isn’t Luke Skywalker in this one? Where is Han Solo saying home to? Who is the new Darth Vader? And what is his name? Is Leia no longer a princess? Is The Force Awakens going to be a success or a failure at the box office? Will Luke come at the next movie after this one? There are still more questions to be answered. Once we see this new installment of the Star Wars franchise we will find out everything. All of the questions will be answered once we see it on December 18, 2015. I can’t wait to see this most anticipated movie. It will be loads of fun! Hopefully it will be a success. All of us are crossing our fingers. The Star Wars universe is getting much bigger, folks!

Don’t Waste your Time waiting for Aliens to Arrive

I don’t think for any second that aliens will arrive soon here on Earth. They aren’t interested. They are laughing at us, because we’re the only ones searching and waiting for their arrival. I know there are programs saying that anytime soon we are going to encounter them. The possibility of that happening is 5%. We won’t be able to befriend them, or fight against them. I don’t waste precious time waiting for their arrival. It is never going to happen soon. Yes, they do exists. But, this is the reality we are facing. I think we shouldn’t waste our time on it. There are other things to do, think, and talk about. They are in other galaxies and universes we can’t go to, because if we do we will die in space. This is most likely. The miles to travel to find life is that you will reach a hundreds of years old, unless we are able to create wormholes and travel through them. You will never come back to Earth. The best thing we can do is to have discussions about aliens, and their advanced technologies. I know there are machines built here for them to come, but they will be disappointed when they don’t. So, the best scenario is to leave it alone, which I think some experts won’t do it.

Stephen King (1947-Present)

Stephen King is an American author of contemporary fiction, gothic, dark fantasy, post-apocalyptic fiction, science fiction, supernatural fiction, and fantasy. Most of his novels have been made into feature films, and television movies. He has sold over 350 million copies of his books. He has published 54 novels, and including 7 under his pen name Richard Bachman. He has received many awards. Most of his stories are set in his home state of Maine. He has written about almost 200 short stories. The National Book Foundation awarded him the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. He received the O. Henry Award for his short story “The Man in the Black Suit” (1994). He has written 6 non-fiction books. His other pen name is John Swithen. He is married with Tabitha King and has 3 children. He graduated from the University of Maine (B.A., English, 1970).