Summer 1979. The small town of Lillian, Ohio. Young Joe Lamb is grieving the loss of his Mother. He spends his spare time making movies with his friends on a Super 8 camera.
James T Kirk never got to meet his father.
Ethan Hunt has retired from active IMF duty. He spends his days training new IMF recruits. Engaged to the beautiful Julia – he is content to live the quiet life and put his days of combating international espionage behind him.
I honestly can’t put into word what the music of Pink Floyd and David Gilmour means to me. But I’m going to try…
I promised myself that I’d never watch this.
As a kid, I loved Ghostbusters.
After actually encountering a ghost, parapsychologists Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz and Egon Spengler are thrilled!
The opportunities for scientific research are limitless!
Let me take you back to Christmas Day 1992.
1939. Hitler is up to his old tricks. He failed to get the Ark Of The Covenant. So now he’s set his sights on the granddaddy of ALL religious Artefacts. The Holy Grail. The cup that held the blood of Jesus Christ. Whoever drinks from it shall become immortal.
So – three years later George Lucas and Steven Spielberg tried to do it again. And proved that it’s not impossible to recreate magic… but it can be hard.