Amy: You Don’t Have the Time

When she was alive, Amy Winehouse was a polarizing figure. The new documentary “Amy”, explores her controversial life. From her humble beginnings to her cataclysmic spiral into drug abuse and alcoholism. Don’t bother seeing this one in theaters. Save yourself the eight dollars and wait for it to hit Netflix. I thought the film did a good job of illustrating… Read more →

Weekly Review – 5/21/15 – 7/3/15

Welcome back everyone, recently I’ve done a better job of collecting the headlines than in previous posts. Without further ado here’s what I got: 5/26/15 – Nebraska Governor Vetoes Bill That Repealed Death Penalty 6/3/15 – FIFA Updates: Interpol Targets Officials, And South Africa Denies Bribing 6/16/15 – ‘I Identify As Black,’ Rachel Dolezal Says In TV Interview 6/25/15 –… Read more →

Mad Max: Fury Road

George Miller is back in a big way. Mad Max has once again grabbed hold and violently shaken the American movie-goer. This is an action-packed thriller that’s light on dialogue and heavy on homicide. Similar to the previous iterations. Go see it in theaters; it’s meant for the big screen. The trailer leaves little the imagination. Charlize Theron puts on… Read more →

Ex Machina: No ‘Deus’

In most modern stories about Artificial Intelligence (AI) they have some form of “the three laws of robotics”. These three rules govern a robots behavior. The rules, as described by Isaac Asimov in his book, “I Robot“, are as follows: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. A… Read more →