Hello blog readers, as I stated a few times last week, I am changing things up for this blog and well, it’s time to make a move. I am moving all of the writing over to a new platform, starting fresh. It is titled: Matt of Mind.
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The newest installment of the Fast and Furious franchise came out last week, The Fate of the Furious. It has been getting great reviews and its something I’ll probably go see because I love the movies, but it made me think about the original, The Fast and the Furious.
The original movie with Paul Walker and Vin Diesel opened up in theaters back in 2001, 16 years ago. The first movie had the Supra dragging down the street as Jordana Brewster watched. The original movie was all about the underground world of drag racing and working for a crime family. It’s crazy to look back at the first movie when Honda Civics were being used to rob VCRs out of a truck compared to the insane action scenes we have today. I mean, The Rock is being chased by a nuclear sub in the new movie, yeah, we have come a long way from the first movie.
YES! The teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi was released today and the internet and fans are buzzing (rightfully so!). We finally get to see Rey training with Luke after meeting him at the end of the last movie, The Force Awakens. Then of course is plenty of carefully picked dialogue between Rey and Luke and then into the action. We see ships, we see Finn, Poe, BB-8, the Falcon, Kylo and what got me excited, the Knights of Ren (and appears not just a flashback scene). The final line is “I only know one truth. It’s time for the Jedi to end” and Yeah, that is epic. Yeah, December 15th can’t get here fast enough for this movie!
They also replaced the movie poster as well! Get hyped!
Well, the Walking Dead is now over until October and Fear the Walking Dead won’t start until June 4th, so to fill in that gap of the Monday blogs, I have decided to watch at least one movie each weekend and right a quick review of it. It will be brief, not wanting to give away too many spoilers and other plot points, but will be discussing my feelings and thoughts about each. Continue reading