It's like drinking watered down beer. The premise is an excellent micro-brew that is diluted until it becomes a near homeopathic liquid. It's in desperate need of a reduction back into its essence. Maybe one or two really good movie length features in the future. It's got a great lore framework to work with. » 9/12/14 9:17am Friday 9:17am

For me, the battery is the deal breaker. The fact that my solar watch can go an entire month without a recharge means it's the one electronic device I do not have to worry about charging. This Apple watch supposedly only last a single day. Maybe when it gets to the point where it can last a week I'll be interested. » 9/11/14 11:27am Thursday 11:27am

Nice list. Got me thinking about the inverse and only Ripley comes to mind. She started out strong and level headed but took a dip as she lost confidence after her first alien encounter. But she quickly regained here heroic strength and took it to an entirely different level. Overall, her only mistake was being in… » 9/10/14 2:00pm Wednesday 2:00pm

IMO: The reason "woo" can invade medical technology is simply that mainstream medical doctors aren't very good at medical technology and it's not medical technology's fault. Medical tech is an amazing thing. But it's also beyond the average doctor's skill set to leverage it properly. On top of that, some doctors… » 9/08/14 1:28pm 9/08/14 1:28pm

I would emphasize that in our natural state (un-civilizied and un-educated) we are all staggeringly easy to dupe. It's not a weakness with some individuals. It's our natural state. That's why intellectual and social education are so astoundingly critical to the human race. » 9/08/14 8:42am 9/08/14 8:42am

You know, there's a TON of latitude in any war theater for Iron Man style weapons. I would love to see a full bore platoon style combat movie with Cheadle at point. IMO that was some of the best footage in Iron Man 1, the scenes in the Mid East. Getting down and dirty on the ground. » 9/07/14 9:34pm 9/07/14 9:34pm