Monthly Archives: July 2014

Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

So I just finished The Martian: A Novel, by Andy Weir. I’ve gotta say, it was pretty fantastic. Though it has a distinct air of Gravity to it, the Martian seems to much more thought out in terms of plausibility and reality (though some parts are a bit of a stretch). Realistically, if you strip […]

Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

So I just saw this film, and I’ve got to say I was pretty impressed. Mark Reeves and Mark Bomback (among many others) have created a masterpiece that – as one astute person put it – is to The Planet of the Apes what the Empire Strikes Back was for Star Wars. Caution: may be […]