I want the Charger. I cried when they blew it up, shot it up, and tried their hardest to maim it. Leave the car alone, blow up something else, anything else, but leave the freakin' Charger out of it!
And now we have to wait until next summer to find out what happens.
At least there is going to be a "next season". Thank-you USA.
Footage of the bombing of Pearl Harbor appears to be from the moving "Tora, Tora, Tora".
To complicate matters, someone is willing to run Magnum off the road (and busting up Robin's Ferrari again in the process) and Higgins has roped him into a bridge game.
Tempest still doesn't relate to people outside of forensics but she is beginning to understand some of it with Booth's help. Both of them have "baggage" which was set up last season and now I think we will see much more examination and overcoming of that baggage.
I love "Bones" for all the forensics stuff but also for the interplay between the characters. One new interplay has started, one that is interesting and bears watching.
There was a song at the end that I loved and I want to know what it was and if it's available on CD. Can anyone tell me?
I didn't like the third and fourth Chris Reeves Superman movies but the first one was the best. Superman Returns is a direct descendant and a true tribute to that film, from the Williams score (both totally used and "echoed" in other music) to little subtle hints of that movie. Brandon Routh has that same "sparkle" that Chris Reeves had when he first stepped into the cape. Even Clark Kent had at least some of the same feeling.
Kevin Spacey must have either studied the portrayal of Lex Luthor that Gene Hackman had done because there were times when I had a problem telling who was playing the roll, the voice intonations and mannerisms were almost the same. I do think Spacey did a better job staying in a less "jocular" version of Lex than Hackman did (Hackman felt too "cartoon").
Lois was good, much better than Margo Kidder had done in the first movie. I had thought that Margo was hired to be the part of "Gertrude Vanderworth", the voice of the lady as she was dying sounded somewhat familiar and I wondered it was Margo. But when I checked IMDb, I found it to be someone else familiar, Noel Neill, the Lois Lane from the George Reeve TV show in the 50's, which I watched as a child.
The secret of Lois and Richard White, and the smaller secret as well, were well done, "is he or isn't he" was still in my mind up until that one, definitive scene (you know what it was if you have seen the movie). I wanted it to be right and I would love to have some clarification on it next movie (please tell me there will be another...).
Taking this movie as a second installment of the original, with it also being a tribute to the memory of Christopher Reeves (it was dedicated to him and his late wife, Dana, this film lived up to the hype it has had.
The minute he came in and basically accused Cuddy of sleeping with Dr. House hacked me off. If I had been Cuddy, my career would have been toast because after I slapped him physically, I would have slapped him with the biggest sexual assault charge in history.
I hope he's only there the 2 episode they are saying he's on. I've not had a negative reaction to a character like this in a LONG time.
Don't get me wrong, I loved him in "Boston Public", as an actor Chi is wonderful and I would like him if he wasn't such a pain in this one. I want him to go.