What’s better than a father and son adventure movie that spans several continents and centuries? One that happens to be an Indiana Jones movie featuring Harrison Ford, Sean Connery, and of course, plenty of Nazi stooges!
It was either going to be called “Dangerous Tourists” or “Accidental Liaisons.” Either way, it seemed to work. This week we travel from the mundane day-to-day of a grief-stricken travel writer all the way to the vicious manipulations of the French court in the 18th century. Did we fall in love with these quirky movies or did heads roll?
Solo: A Star Wars Story has had a rocky history over the last year. Some believed it wasn’t needed. Some believed it was never going to happen. Directors were swapped and no footage was shown for months. Now that it’s here… what do we think?
On April 18, 1938, the world was introduced to the first superhero. He looked like a circus strongman. He performed feats of strength and daring like Hercules or Tarzan. He defended the common man and stood up against evil and corruption. He was: Superman. Now 80 years later Superman has become an integral part of western culture and his influence can be seen across the world. In Part 2 of our homage to the Man of Steel, we run through the history of Superman over the airwaves as well as the big and small screens.