I love my smartphone’s high-tech tricks. They’re convenient time-savers. But mostly, if I’m being honest, it’s because they give make me feel like I’m living in a world that was still science fiction when I was a kid.
I may have clicked on one or two of those baits, or a few, or too many. But I’m still waiting for that promised earth-shattering revelation.
Ah, the joys of walking the dog… You get to meet all kinds of folk—like the goddess of love and the god of the sky. Oh and a 100-kg hunk of man-made high-tech science goodness at 933 million km distance.
Some quirky math conjures up a time machine of sorts, letting you look at the world through the eyes of someone who may be more like you than you think.
Books are treasure troves of humanity. But what do you do when a damaged gift book comes into your possession—twice?
The film clearly oozes attention to detail and is well-crafted and intelligent, with outstanding special effects and excellent performances all round. But once the end credits started rolling, my sons’ gut reaction was, “What the hell kind of weirdo movie was that?!”