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The Jim Henson Hour (1989)
A Great Show
I was only six or seven years old when this show was on, but I remember making sure I watched it. I still have some of the old episodes on videotape, and after rewatching them, I have realized that this would have been a classic TV show had it survived. The first half consisted of Muppet comedy sketches, and it usually had a guest star, like Ted Danson. Some sketches were one-shot deals (like a monster telethon), and some were series (like Bootsie, a spoof of the lives of Barbie and Ken-very funny sketch, I might add). The second half was usually devoted to the Storyteller, whose tales included Lighthouse Island and The Soldier and Death (You can still buy some of these stories on video). This was a very enjoyable show, and it's a shame that it didn't last very long.
Pitch Black (2000)
This has to have been one of the worst films I've ever seen. I only went to see it because one of my friends wanted to, and we both left mad because we had just blown ten dollars on this movie. The aliens are far from original (They look like the ones in Alien), and most of the characters are about as interesting as cardboard (which is a shame, since one of my favorite sci-fi actresses-Claudia Black-plays one of those characters). Riddick is just about the only character that has any dimension, and it is not explored very well. Take my advice: Do NOT see Pitch Black. It's two hours of your life you'll never get back.
Lots of Action, Great Special Effects
This is by far one of the best disaster movies I've ever seen. My heart was pounding throughout the entire movie. The storyline wasn't too original, and the plot really isn't character driven. However, it is still an interesting story, and this movie is a must-see