Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy return to Narnia when a young prince uses Susan’s horn to call for help. Only 1 year has passed for the Pevensie children, but Narnia has aged over 1,000 years. The Narnians have been overcome by the Telmarines. And Prince Caspian’s evil uncle wants to destroy the last of the Narnians and become king himself.
Up there with Indy 4 and Prince Caspian,Iron Man was one of the top movies I was looking forward to this summer. And thankfully, I was not disappointed. In fact, just about every aspect of the movie impressed me. As I expected, Robert Downey Jr. captured Tony Stark better than anyone else could have. The wit, charm, and intensity he brought to the character incorporated everything essential about the billionaire industrialist. He’s a playboy, eccentric genius, with a drinking problem. But when Stark discovers that his own company’s weapons are being used by terrorists, he decides to live a life of purpose and make some big changes.
SG-1 is searching for an artifact that can supposedly defeat the Ori once and for all, when they are unexpectedly attacked by a group of Ori followers. Teaming up with an unexpected ally, SG-1 heads out on the Odyssey to track down the Ark of Truth. But when the Odyssey is sabotaged, SG-1 finds themselves under attack from two dangerous enemy forces.
When Fred Clausâ€™ little brother was born, he promised to be the best big brother he could be. But that began to prove difficult, as little Nicholas was always showing him up. Nicholas was always giving and jolly. Their mother constantly said to Fred, â€œWhy canâ€™t you be more like your brother?â€ So as time went on, Fred grew more bitter towards Nicholas and the rest of his family. Though, when Fred gets into trouble, he calls his brother to help him out. But Nicholas (Santa) gives an ultimatum. He has to come work at the North Pole for a few days. But, unbeknownst to Fred, an inspector has come to the North Pole too. And he has the power to shut down Santa and Christmas altogether.
Even the smallest of light… shines in the darkness.
The day before Will Stanton’s 14th birthday, he learns that there is a battle raging between the light and darkness. And that Will, seventh son of a seventh son, is the Seeker of six signs that when gathered, can combat the darkness that is rising. But he only has a few days. And during those few days, the Rider on the side of the darkness is quickly gaining strength. And the Rider’s strength will peak at the end of those days. If Will hasn’t found all the signs by then, darkness will take over the earth.
When a shuttle falls to earth, mysterious spores are found in the wreckage. And those exposed to the alien substance begin displaying strange, emotionless behavior. Soon Carol Bennell (Nicole Kidman) becomes sucked into a nightmare where no one is who they seem to be. Her friend and colleague Ben Driscoll (Daniel Craig) helps Carol discover that the alien organism infects people and changes them when they fall asleep. While trying to stay awake, Carol must avoid the growing number of changed zombie-like people and find her missing son who may hold the key to stopping the invasion.
The Invasion is literally a non-stop, heart-pounding thriller. As I left the theater, I felt like I had just had 10 cups of coffee. Emotions and suspense run rampant from beginning to end. Kidman and Craig have wonderful chemistry. And the acting was incredible, especially from Kidman and the young boy who played her son.
Coming down from such an intense adrenalin rush, I must admit it was a fun ride.