I have been working on this blog for over five months now, and while it appears to be really long, I can assure you, it has been very thought out and can be quite interesting. I would suggest at least having some basic knowledge of the Back to the Future series or time travel films in general.
For so many years, I’ve been hearing and reading how Back to the Future is the best time travel film series around. People have spoken about the characters and relationships, but really nailed down on the time travel aspect and how the series handles it with respect. I don’t agree with the latter half of that.
Way back in April of 2014, I uploaded a blog titled, A Sad Time In A Galaxy Far Far Away… in which I discussed my feelings toward Lucasfilm changing all extended universe stories to non-canon/legacy status. When writing the blog, I was furious with the decisions made by Lucasfilm, but at the same time I could understood why the choice was made. I’ve left a link above so you can go back and read it, but needless to say, I wasn’t impressed.
The Ultimate James Bond List – The Living Daylights (1987)
A new era of James Bond arrives with Timothy Dalton bringing a hard edge to the 007 franchise. Follow the list and watch The Living Daylights to let me know if there is anything I’ve missed. Otherwise, turn off the lights, and bring the chair.
Find all the previous Reviews and Ultimate List by clicking here or having a look at the drop down (James Bond) menu above.
LEGO STAR WARS: T-16 Skyhopper 75081 REVIEW
Set number 75081, $40 from Big W at roughly .14 cents a brick.
Items Included: 247 pieces 2 mini figures 1 instruction booklet 3 numbered bags 1 page of stickers
Like always, let’s kick off this review by mentioning the above information. Not everyone cares, but for those that do, it can make a difference. For better image quality, click on the pictures to zoom in.
Like always, let’s begin this review by mentioning all the above information. Not everyone cares, but for those that do, it can make a big difference. For greater detailed images, make sure to click them and zoom in.