Dale Dye

This actor, and Vietnam War veteran has been in every single war movie there is! He’s Captain Hill from “Casualties of War”, Captain Harris from “Platoon”, an Infantry Colonel in “Born on the Fourth of July”, the squad leader in “Invaders from Mars” in 1986, the engineer in “Sgt. Bilko”, Frank Barnes in “Mission: Impossible”, a general in “Starship Troopers”, a War Dept. Colonel in “Saving Private Ryan”, and another colonel in “Band of Brothers”.

I’m not sure about him, but he is almost 70 years old. I must say, a good veteran, and a great actor. My aunt Barb would be interested in that actor.

Beavis and Butthead

From Mike Judge, the creator of “King of the Hill”, he creates his first cartoon series somehow from the 80’s and returned them in 2010 for a few more episodes.

These two boys as brothers maybe, they live in their own home without parents maybe as they watch TV a lot and do many stupid things. Even in high school.

In their first movie, “Beavis and Butthead Do America”, they conquer all of America to find that their TV has been stolen. Bruce Willis and Cloris Leachman were in it also, until in the end, those boys found their TV at a motel in their hometown all along. It was a good idea also to get out much longer, as they watch TV a lot.

As a matter of fact, to their big ending, in the episode, “Beavis and Butthead Are Dead”, they took money from their principal as they never want to go to school again. They just walked off in the sunset together.

Jackass- A MTV series

From 2000, to 2002, these guys do their own stunts and wild gooses as they end up doing some stunts, no one should try at home. After all, it is their warning. Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Wee Man, Preston Lacy, and the rest of their gang did hilarious stuff.

They did made 5 movies and a video game, but when Ryan Dunn died in a car accident, they went bin their own separate ways and hopefully, we will hope that they return. They haven’t did anything since they made “Bad Grandpa”. I’m not sure about that, but me and two friends of mine will watch some of the series. Even if it takes whatever.

What I like about Jackass is their theme song, and Family Guy episodes where they did that.

Smallville

When I was watching some TV shows late at night, back then on YTV which used to be my favorite, like “Dragonball” and “Inuyasha”, this TV show that used to be on that channel had to be so popular, it ended in 2011 on its series finale. “Smallville”. Starring Tom Welling as Clark Kent. In 2011, he became Superman! Sure he was in the two movies of “Cheaper by the Dozen” with Steve Martin, but he was so popular when he was still going and how it finally came to an end. The interesting fact was that Micheal Rosenbaum played Lex Luthor, and was his friend! But he became so devious and different in the following seasons, he became an arch enemy of Superman!

So I think this series maybe too serious, but I’m glad in the future he became Superman. YTV must be proud of that series.

Michael Jackson- Beat It

This is my number 1# song of Michael Jackson. Me and a friend of mine named Jamie love this song from the 80’s!! There used be a music video of this by all the “Star Wars” films together. I like this song, because its music video, it shows a battle between greasers and socials. If the cast of “The Outsiders” were in this, C. Thomas Howell, Tom Cruise, Ralph Macchio, Matt Dillon, Rob Lowe, Patrick Swayze, Emilio Estevez and Diane Lane would be awesome in dancing along with Michael Jackson. It was too bad he died in 2009. But he did do this song in “This is It”, his last but only movie. I’d say this song, 5 stars!

17 Again

Like the movie “Big”, this tells about a father who’s been lame, irresponsible and not so good and handy, ends up very bad. He even took his teenage children to a place that they are to old to be, in which I dislike about this. He’s even in a divorce.

One rainy night, after a accident on falling into a river off a bridge, he comes back home muddy and dirty. But when he washes himself off in the shower, he becomes 17 years old again! His 17 year old self is played by Zac Efron! He made a good scream when he saw himself in the mirror after his shower!

To prove his trust worthy and beliefs, he goes back to high school as he tries to solve problems while handling his children, his wife, and most of it that he’ll be than he was!

What I like about this movie, that’s awesome is his friend, played by Thomas Lennon. He owns every collectable there is! Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, Troy, Excalibur, many video games, Halo, Top Gun, “Highway to the Danger Zone”, and everything as he can! I relate to him as we both love movies, art and collectables! He even went bonkers when he saw his friend at 17 years old as he started attacking! In the end, after everything was solved and when our Zac Efron was back to his old self, he became brand new than ever!

He even became coach of the high school he was in, as his movie fan friend made love to himself! Her girlfriend loves movies also, as they talk in elfish language. Just like in “Lord of the Rings”. 3 1/2 stars for this one!

Big- a Tom Hanks movie

There are responsibilities in this world that you must do, and how you don’t like things to be the way they are. Even in life. That’s how one boy felt in this movie. Even when he wanted to be more different than being negative. But remember the old saying, “Be careful what you wish for”? In a carnival, he goes to an old wishing machine called “Zoltar Speaks”. He wished that he was big.

But by morning, his wish came true, as a 30 year old man! This is one of Tom Hanks early movies as an actor as he wonders what can he do as a kid, when he’s a 30 year old man. He can handle things easily, but has to find another “Zoltar Speaks” machine if he wants to go back home. I rate this 3 stars as a great movie on Tom Hanks!

The most classic scene in this is when Tom, and Robert Loggia play a giant life size piano!! They play songs including “Chopsticks”. No wonder they do piano lessons there instead of doing it with a teacher! I remember I did piano lessons. This is a best scene I would recommend, the most classic of all pianos!

Also in this are Elizabeth Perkins, John Heard, Jon Lovitz, and Jared Rushton before he was in “Honey, I shrunk the kids”!

Earthquake

Starring Charlton Heston, and a host of others, L.A. in 1974 faces a big earthquake. After tremors from dams to the streets, the whole city goes into an earthquake as everyone in L.A. nearly died there. There were a few survivors, but there were adventurous parts that no one faced while trying to survive. This started even when people were watching a Clint Eastwood movie, “High Plains Drifter” in theaters! Who would’ve thought of that? This would be dangerous, even at the theaters whenever someone is in L.A. and is facing a earthquake.

Do you suppose Charlton Heston would survive like all of his movies? I suppose you might think that if you just saw. I know I did, but I can never spoil it.

Volcano

Starring Tommy Lee Jones, he is a natural disaster movie as L.A. faces a volcano in the streets of it! After an earthquake in the morning, a volcano starts erupting as people try to escape from the lava! In the streets, from the subways, and everywhere. This didn’t stop until it did in the end. This was my 2nd movie I saw on Channel AMC after I watched “The Mummy’s Hand” for the first time on that channel. I must say, very adventurous!

The Fugitive

Starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones, this talks about a doc who’s on the run as he tries to solve a puzzle on the person that murdered his wife, than himself that the people at court accused him. So throughout his days on the run, and trying to be in disguise, even on St. Patricks Day, he travels all over Illinois, to find that murderer before it’s too late.

This is a brilliant movie, not even so suspenseful as “Air Force One”.