The 23rd Century. The Starship USS Enterprise in now being used mostly for routine cadet training. Admiral Kirk – feeling the weight of his advancing years tries to come to terms with the fact that it may be his last ever space mission.
It’s 1997. Manhattan is now a walled off maximum security penitentiary. Guards surround the walls with orders to kill anyone who tries to get out. Criminals are dumped there and left to fend for themselves. It’s a life sentence.
“Joliet” Jake Blues is released from Prison and picked up by his brother Elwood. Their first visit is to the Mother Superior of the Catholic Orphanage where they grew up.
Unless the Orphanage manages to raise $5,000 – it will be closed down.
When visiting Church – Jake gets a message. A message from Someone Important. He must get his old rhythm and blues band back together to play a comeback gig to raise the funds.
Along their adventure – Jake and Elwood will incur the wrath of the local Police Department, the Illinois Nazis, a psychotic Country and Western band – and Jake’s murderous ex fiance.
The chase is on.
OK guys. Sorry it’s been a while on the old Twin Peaks talk. I’m gonna talk about two episodes here to catch up.
OK guys. I know I’ve never covered Doctor Who before – but I do like it.
Earlier today the 13th Doctor was announced.
A decade after the events of the previous film – much of the human race has been wiped out by simian flu.
As summer blockbusters go – this one is going to be pretty damn hard to beat.
Scientist Will Rodman works for a pharmaceutical firm. His Father is suffering from Alzheimer’s – so Rodman is desperately trying to find a cure.
Our tale begins in 2029 aboard the United States Air Force Space Station Oberon.
It’s been a decade since the ape uprising.