Daily Archives: March 23, 2014


Titan A.E.

It is the year 3043. Earth was destroyed fifteen years ago by a powerful alien race called the Drej and humanity has all but ceased to exist. The only hope to save humanity is through Project Titan, a large spaceship hidden somewhere in the universe that holds the key to making a new Earth. Only one person in the universe, Kale, can turn on the Titan. The film tracks his quest from a scrapyard in the depths of space to a nebula filled with ice. Along the way, he must contend with backstabbing crewmates, love, and the all-important Drej, who track his every move. This is the premise of the 2000 movie “Titan A.E.”


“The Wicker Man”

“The Wicker Man” is a 2006 horror film written and directed by Neil LaBute and stars Nicolas Cage. The film is primarily a remake of the 1973 horror classic of the same name, though also takes material from the source material, a 1967 horror novel titled “Ritual.” The film was poorly received by critics and has been called ‘absurd’ by Cage and actively disassociated from by the director of the original film, though the film is still watched because of the unintentional humor in the acting and plot elements.


Black Forest Cake

Looking for the perfect way to fulfill a chocolate craving or in an attempt to impress someone with impeccable baking skills? Well look no further. This is a relatively straight forward cake recipe that is absolutely mouth watering and is sure to impress even the most stubborn critics.


“The Picture of Dorian Gray”

“The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde is an incredible book that will force any reader to look at themselves and the world in a completely different light. “The Picture of Dorian Gray” was published in 1890 and was originally just a story in the “Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine.” It was not until 1891 that it was officially published as a book in its own right. Since then, however, “The Picture of Dorian Gray” has been acclaimed as a ‘classic’ and is recommended for almost everyone to read.

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