As I recall things, at the end of Congo the survivors get in a big balloon and float away over the jungle. At the end of Sphere the survivors get in a big diving bell and float away to the surface of the ocean. Michael Crichton was maybe half a notch above Dan Brown.
The Kim Richards who is Paris Hilton's aunt, you mean? Then yes.
I mean, really, if someone really had to set out to kill a costar of Pam Dawber's, I can think of at least one much better candidate.
Also, "Crime Story" most definitely *WAS* a f'ing great show.
And how are ya gonna talk about Jon-Erik Hexum and not mention Rebecca Shaeffer, the other great tragedy of 80s TV?
I love that one of the scenes from those "Voyagers" credits takes place on that collapsing bridge that could put itself back together that was a part of the Universal Studios tour-ride in the seventies. And may well still be, for all I know.
Am I the only person who doesn't get this? What's so bad about it, or so funny? I don't know if this woman's Twitter account is personal or professional and thus have no idea if this guy's response is unwarranted. Either way, none of it seems earth-shattering either way--what am I missing?
And quit calling majuscule and miniscule letters "uppercase" and "lowercase"! Come on, when was the last time you saw anyone reach into a type drawer? So what if a word used to have a reasonable meaning or purposefully distinctive spelling, it must be stamped out immediately after that meaning becomes obsolete! I mean, apparently. According to the Awl.
I also LOVED the movie. Didn't expect to, just went 'cause I'll watch anything with high production values. And I LOVED it, walked out grinning from ear to ear, laughed and laughed. And I'm fucking 42.
I can't believe they didn't use that Decemberists song in the trailer. What a tragic missed opportunity.
Easily one of the worst movies I have ever endured. Don't apologize for being English, Adam Taylor--apologize for reminding me that I once sat all the way through this stupid piece of shit movie.