Thank you to editor Colleen Anderson and Eye to the Telescope for publishing my haiku in Eye to the Telescope Issue 29: The Dark. If you click on the link, you can scroll to the end to read it. The poem is much shorter than even this blog post. The poem, by the way, wasContinue reading “New poem: ‘A Shooting Star’ in Eye to the Telescope”
Spectre (2015) Throwback to Spectre A wonderful reminder Bond can be boring Jupiter Ascending (2015) Queen’s kid wants the Earth Mila Kunis has other plans — Toilet-scrubber’s might Check out these previous Haiku movie reviews.
American Sniper (2014) Why show so much death Dealt by this U.S. soldier, But not his killing?
Two Days One Night (2014) Co-workers are asked: Vote for or against her job. Is this a real thing? John Wick (2014) This guy is angry He’ll mess you up very bad Dressed in a sharp suit
Locke (2013) One man at the wheel Wife, job, honor on the line Such weight in his voice Walk Hard (2007) Silliness abounds In this rocker’s storied life Long live rock clichés! The End of the Tour (2015) Smart, talky guy flick Drinking (or not), sex, suicide — My wife hated it The Hobbit: TheContinue reading “Haiku movie reviews, August 2015”
Jurassic World (2015) The brothers bore me Their aunt, though, and those high heels? Dinosaurs watch out! Vengeance (2009) Gangsters sneak around Gunfire erupts in Macau A dad’s mind is lost Inside Out (2015) In internal realms Feelings — not gods — vie to rule This is mainstream fare?
Love and Mercy (2015) Living on the edge Brian Wilson hears so much Joy in creation Brooklyn Castle (2012) Junior high chess champs Won’t be outplayed by budgets These kids: They got game Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) Big engines go roar Lots of crazy stuff blows up — Women rule the dayContinue reading “Haiku movie reviews, June 2015”
Ex Machina (2015) A hot bot twists minds As it takes the Turing test High-tech interlude
Big Hero 6 (2014) A Disney-esque death Of a heroic brother Gives way to bedlam Jersey Boys (2014) Cops don’t kill these thugs Valli’s sweet voice lifts them up Tale worked best on stage