Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! I want more! Man, very awesome movie from start to finish. At least with Justice League: Doom, this ain’t Lex Luthor or Al Ghul masterminded plan which has become somewhat repetitive in any movie featuring Superman and Batman. This time it is Vandal Savage who hires villains to […]
Which is more safe to travel? By boat or by plane? I would say neither. At first I liked travelling by boat because I can just sleep the night and when I wake up, I will be home. Then again, these days the boats are very old to the point that they can be easily swayed by the waves.
I normally do not get sea sick but riding in a small boat, and an old one at that makes me sick. I used to like the boat because at least the probability of surviving in case of disasters is better than that with a plane which means instant death. However, if problems arise in the boat, it can lead to a slow and painful death.
Plus, I hate the fact that in tourist sections you get mixed up with people who snore which is very irritating. Kind of like how I want to punch their faces because I could not get a good sleep. My problem with the plane is turbulence and my fear of crashing which as I said earlier means instant death. Probability of surviving is zero.
But the plane does offer some benefits like quick flights.
Compared to before, I would pick travelling by plane nowadays rather than by boat. Now … if only those plane tickets are not that nastily expensive.
I have written a lot of posts regarding Scooby Doo whether it is a movie or tv-series. The latest one I watched is titled Scooby Doo and the Music of the Vampire. While previous posts were praises, there is always a first for everything and for this one I have to say I am disappointed.
The movie is so full of music video scenes. A song or two is alright but the movie shows so many instances where characters sing songs.
Scooby Doo Music of the Vampire is the 17th installment in a line of direct to video films based on the Scooby Doo franchise produced by Warner Bros. Animation.
The story is about the instant when Daphne becomes the star of a vampire film, the production is thrown into chaos by a real vampire forcing the Scooby Doo team to investigate who’s behind this monstrous mayhem.
We all know the monsters end up to be people in disguise but it looks like the monsters tend to get more real and more violent like real monsters act.
While all Scooby Doo movies are somewhat redundant in how scenes play out in the end, I cannot give this movie a positive review. I got bored with too many singing. Maybe the kids won’t mind but I did and I somehow did not enjoy this movie 100%.