Finally got to see “Ant-Man and The Wasp”. OK, not like it wasn’t available in my area before today, I just hadn’t gone. But anyway, it was BY FAR the best Marvel movie in years!! Why do I say that? Because the story lasts all the way to the end of the movie! (Not just story for 80% followed by an extended fight scene for the last 20%.) Now I know why Ant-Man wasn’t in “Avengers – Infinity War”: he was off making a better movie somewhere else!
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If you have read all or part of my new novel Noah (available here), you probably have some questions. Let me go ahead and try to answer some of them now. If you have additional questions, please write to me and I will try my best to answer them and work them into a blog. (Though I won’t mention you by name, just the usual “D.B. from Des Moines asks … “)
How are they so technologically advanced? Continue reading Some Questions Regarding “Noah”
What if an inventor, say an Edison or a Leonardo—instead of sixty—had eight hundred years to invent? What if the antediluvian world were not made up of hunter-gatherers and the beginnings of an agrarian society, but of spacefarers and scientists?
And what if it were into a world like that that God spoke to tell one of the preeminent scientists of the day to build an ark of wood?
Just saw The Incredibles 2, a fantastic movie, and can’t help but think of how much better the Star Wars universe would be now if The Force Awakens had been directed by Brad Bird like George Lucas wanted. As strange as that may sound, it’s not as ludicrous as this …