Movie fact: a super villain’s cat


In every movie we see, James Bond, Austin Powers, and the ones I rely on, a super villain can care for taking on the world. But the one thing a villain can care for the most, is that pet cat they have on their lap. Since Blofeld was a super villain as the first, he always carries that white Persian/Domestic Shorthair cat of his. All white, wearing a clear diamond necklace, as it can just sit there on him or just walk around. Probably screeching. Blofeld died later on, probably himself as he left his cat alone. So I wonder, who gets to keep him?

Dr. Evil from Austin Powers was like Blofeld as he had a cat named Mr. Bigglesworth. In the first movie, it was all white and can get upset. And it’s those words, when ‘Dr. Evil gets angry and when Mr. Bigglesworth gets upset, people DIE!!!’. However later, launching into space above the atmosphere, Mr. Bigglesworth was on the inside eye of ‘Big Boy’ as it was the last scene, Mr. Bigglesworth was gonna have it’s fur there. Having it’s arms and legs spread out, looking out the window, like it’s gonna be an ‘Uh oh’ to him. You can tell by it’s face. And it did to him, 30 years later. By reentering the Northwestern hemisphere, this cat lost all of it’s fur due to the cryogenic process. Thanks to Mustafa, played by Will Ferrell. It was hairless as it lost all of it’s fur due to that. It didn’t grew anymore fur later on, even in the two sequels. They made a clone of that hairless pet only shorter, naming it “Mini Mr. Bigglesworth”. Both hairless cats. After therefore, never seen in ‘Goldmember’, they must be presumed dead. Died of old age.

Now some super villains can be the worst of the worst with cats, but there is one, in which will have to pay for everything since the mid 90’s. Giovanni from the anime TV series of “Pokémon”. Head of all on Team Rocket, he can be an unseen character, but can be seen throughout the entire anime series of “Pokémon”. He tried to take power, steal Pokémon and Mewtwo, but lost in every battle. He will have to pay for what he had done wrong. And he is like Blofeld. Why? Because he has that cat type Pokémon, the Persian. Second evolution to Meowth.

He and his Persian will have to pay for what they have done wrong, as this entire series ends. And who gets to keep his cat? I do! The way you look at it, it’s way better than any cat a super villain can have.

However, like Dr. Evil, a hairless cat did went rogue and had a white mouse as it’s pet. Like Blofeld, Kitty Galore played by Bette Midler was exactly like him only wanting revenge, in “Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore”. Such an all star cast, like some of the James Bond movies related to them and a sequel to “Cats and Dogs”, this was a kids version of the James Bond movies. The worst part for her, was that magician played by Jack McBrayer. She lost it all, when victory was won.

To look at a villains cat, it does have to be taken care of, as long as they don’t become hairless. Like for what happened to Mr. Bigglesworth and Kitty Galore. So I protest, that we should create cats, that will shed it’s fur or lose it’s fur. Like what people get on allergies on cat hair, this we should have in the future, will not give away fur even if they leave that on your couch. Or if they lose hair by toxic chemicals, they should never get that and have it’s fur cleaned. Becoming indestructible, toxic proof and safe for animals like these.

Would you ever think of that, than taking Blofeld’s cat to the pound, and taking it’s diamond necklace, to be rich for money?

Charles Gray (1928-2000)

This British actor who passed away three months after Y2K in 2000, was clever and a genius as he was the Criminologist in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”, as he was in three songs, as he was in two of the James Bond movies. A friend in Japan in “You Only Live Twice” as he was the sinister archenemy Blofeld in “Diamonds Are Forever”.

I didn’t knew he was a friend in “You Only Live Twice” to Bond in that movie. But he was crazy when he was Blofeld in that diamond movie. He must’ve met Donald Pleasance as the first Blofeld when they were filming “You Only Live Twice” in Japan. Wow!

He was in other movies such as “The Beast Must Die” as a diplomat. That I saw on TV once.

In his role as Blofeld in “Diamonds Are Forever”, he and all of his crew were gonna fool Bond with masking. Duplicates of him as they are only his crew members, wearing plastic masks that look like him. So Bond won’t know which is the real Blofeld. To his plan, he was gonna steal diamonds, build a giant laser orbiting the Earth, as they would fall into the hands of him.

And one thing Blofeld still loves, is his white cat. In the end, while escaping on a mini sub pod, James Bond killed him for sure. And that’s the death of Blofeld I am ever gonna see. Even if he died with his precious white cat. As of Bond said to him…

“Welcome to hell Blofeld”

And his white cat would screech while wearing a diamond necklace. He died in March, 2000 due to cancer. He was 71 years old before he was 72. He sure must’ve had a big life as an actor. But I am sure Blofeld burns in hell. And who will get to keep his cat?

Short Circuit (1986)

When you are aware of artificial intelligence, some robots can have emotions and feelings. Especially like the ones from “A.I.- Artificial Intelligence”.

However military robots are okay for mankind. Especially like the ones from the 2014 version of “Robocop”.

Which was why I watched this, as it had Ally Sheedy from “The Breakfast Club” and “WarGames” in this movie. When a robotic company made military robots, one of them got hit by lightning as it had emotions and feelings in it. It ran away, escaped and made a friend with an animal pacifist.

The animal pacifist had so much animals. She had cats, kittens, skunks, goose, dogs, otters, and more. She wouldn’t let them go until she finds a home for them.

The robot was on everything. TV, movies, books, jokes, and everything that we humans get into. But it came to an amazing ending when it was still alive.

Really good movie. 7/10 stars for this here. But we do need to be aware of artificial intelligence. Especially for what happened in those “Terminator” and “Matrix” movies.

Rocky Horror Picture Show- Time Warp

This was the best song ever to be shown in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. About how time is fleeting and one gets to keep control. There was the hunchback, the maid, and that dolly girl singing and dancing along with those guests. That couple just watched them dance. This was before that Dr. Frank-N-Further came down as that sinister scientist. The Criminologist played by Charles Gray showed on how they danced.

Do if you’re thinking of time travel, what would it be like to be in a time warp, going forward or backward in time, you’d be in a warp dancing to this hit song.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

This musical comedy was a Especially to one of their songs I really enjoyed. “Time Warp”. Starring Tim Curry, Charles Gray, Susan Sarandon, and a cast if others, this was a hit musical classic movie. When a engaged couple got lost, they found an old mansion as people from Transylvania were there. Especially Dr. Frank-N-Further as he made so much chaos, they’ve had enough. They did great dancing and good songs. A smash hit song was “Time Warp” as I loved it so much, you’d be thinking about time and space anyway. The couple and a friend escaped, as the house blasted off into space. Lost in time and space for what happened to them. And the narrator, was a Criminologist as he was played by Charles Gray. The same actor who played the sinister Blofeld in “Diamonds Are Forever”. James Bond by Sean Connery took care of that, as he ended Blofeld. This is a 7/10 star classic. I even give 10/10 stars to their song, “Time Warp”. And you’d be in the time warp anyway.

Never ever trust the technology in this world today!!!

Since old fashioned machines like the one in “The Imitation Game”, “Terminator”, “Robocop”, Steve Jobs on Apple, computers, the Internet, YouTube and everything that people are into, never trust technology there is today. For what I saw in “Terminator Genisys”, people are obsessed on stuff like Genisys like if it’s Apple technology. But it was a part of Skynet that was gonna unleash hell on Judgement Day.

And some people are obsessed on making TV commercials today, like if they repeat that stuff over and over. We even see that in movie theatres.

One company did made good commercials. Only for a while. The same company that made those home videos on “Lots and Lots of Trains”. Some are good today, but not so good if they repeat that stuff over and over.

Although you should trust Bell Canada TV on other TV channels you want to see, like Rogers. You’d just got to deal with that type of TV technology. Trusting that type or not.

You would have to be sure also, to use new types of technology when you’ve never used them before. Like electric stoves than heating stoves. Very old people have trouble with that all the time in the future. And other types of technology.

Some of that stuff, can make old people comfortable a bit, but we prefer to be old timers. But in the future today, as young ones, we wouldn’t be too obsessed on today’s technology. Kids and we today should prefer the old days. In conclusion, directors Hayao Miyazaki and Stanley Kubrick are very good old timers like me. So if you think today’s future technology is great, think again.

Never ever trust artificial intelligence at all!!!

After seeing many movies that build robots, cyborgs and everything made by artificial intelligence, I’ve been to warn people that you should never ever trust artificial intelligence. They can turn your back for what you have done very wrong, as they can annihilate mankind.

Being human is what we should be than it is on that stuff. The thing is that people want to build something that could help us, build a better future, to protect us, serve us, make our life better and make things better. Even for some when they are programmed to love. But they mustn’t. They can go wild on you as they can turn their backs on you when they malfunction and try to kill you.

William Hurt as Professor Allen Hobby should’ve never built robot kids as in ‘Astro Boy’, never build too much on robots. Being human is what we should care the most. Never do robots at all!

Terminators can be killers when you build cyborgs when they hack into everything. They can totally exterminate mankind as they can be different in many types. Totally not a good idea. Robotic armor can be cool like in ‘Avatar’ and ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ just as long you get to control them well, very quick and know how to use it just as long you don’t get killed by an alien.

Cyborgs, robots, everything made by computer, technology, and all that in artificial intelligence, never trust that stuff at all when they can hack into everything, and turn your back on you. Never trust that stuff at all!! Ever!!!

And I propose, that this robot, cyborg and A.I. business must stop now!!! Right now!! To the world now!! So that we’ll never again see what we can create that can cause annihilation. But if they continue to do more of this A.I. business in many ways, today and in some movies, mankind will be nothing but burned ashes in the air, descending into heaven.

Everything we know if in this, and everything that’s A.I., all that is a stop right now. So that we live to be human is what matters to us. Be human.

Rock Around the Clock (actual movie) 

Bill Haley and his Comets starred as their actual themselves on their 1956 movie based on one of their songs. 

Also starring Alan Freed, Johnny Johnston, The Platters, Freddie Bell and his Bellboys, Alix Talton, and Tony Martiniz and his band, this is a 10/10 star classical musical movie better than before. 

When there were less musical bands, there was one manager who made Bill Haley and his Comets famous. Singing good songs on rock and roll, everyone started to love those guys. And they just love listening to the beat. 

They haven’t had one problem, as the manager was falling in love with a 21 year old girl dancer. It made a terrific end as they all danced to the song, ‘Rock Around the Clock’ by Bill Haley and his Comets. 

I show you this music video for how they did throughout the movie. And you’d be rocking around the clock tower on the time, tonight! I sure rate this 10/10 stars. In fact, classics are way better than the entertainment there is today!!! 

Abbott and Costello- “Who’s on First?”

Since the Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly baseball movie, “Take Me Out To The Ball Game”, there was this classic comedy sketch for what can show on baseball. Comedians Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in this scene from their movie, “The Naughty Nineties” do the ‘Who’s on First?’ routine on how baseball is, even out on the field. To show, ‘who’s on first?’, ‘what’s on second?’ and ‘I don’t knows on third’.

I know this when my high school principal showed this to me, and to other students who don’t know who were Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. It was in high school when this did. We watched this scene as I told her I have many movies of those two guys. And she believed me.

Two student friends did this in a Christmas play, only short as they were like those two.

And when you look out in the field, you know there is the diamond, the bases, home plate, outfield, infield, pitchers spot and everything you know about baseball. These two were talking about who are out there, controlling the bases on the field. Best comedy sketch ever in these ages thanks to these two comedians.

Dracula Untold

Before Bram Strokers book took place for where it began, this told the story of how Dracula became. Once a lord in Transylvania didn’t had enough men that could go to war, needed something more. He went into the dark mountains where he met vampire lord as he sold his soul. Drinking dark vampire blood, he was becoming one.

Hating silver, crosses and sunlight, becoming bats at night and controlling them, he gained super speed as he grew fangs on his teeth. That way he keeps himself alive by drinking the blood of his victims.

Since sunlight and silver were his weaknesses, there was also placing wooden stakes in the hearts. He had an army of darkness once when he gave his vampire blood to them. It was his vampire army as they all died when the sun rose from the clouds.

And from that day forward, Vlad Dracula became known as Count Dracula. He was played by Luke Evans. There was also an enemy played by Dominic Cooper, and the vampire lord played by Charles Dance. On the other side, this is a ‘B+’ movie.