Film title: Play Misty for Me, Harder, Faster
Movie title: Julie and Julia Sets
Where the young heroine undertakes a life-changing study of the early 20th century pioneers of complex dynamics leading to a better insight into her own understanding of recursion.
Scary movie title: The Giant Tentacled Stomachs That Attacked Japan
Preceded by an educational short on the proper enjoyment of monster ice cream.
Alternate movie title: The Moon is New
The thing that seems to be missing from the advertising blitz for the film coming out this week is a depiction of the celestial body of the title, which as all skywatchers know would be one off of which the sun’s rays fail to reflect. This is the closest I could find.I am looking forward to analogous images for Eclipse and especially Breaking Dawn.
Educational video line: Baby Eisenstein
The Disney company has had to eat some considerable amount of crow with regard to the Baby Einstein product line they acquired a while back, which seems not to do what it was touted as doing. All this infant video watching might have some other effect however, perhaps inspiring some to craft tightly-written family dramas, others to spectacular documentaries, and still others to agonizing historical montages we can only dream of now. Or they could grow to like CGI the way I have not.