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MOVIE REVIEW: “After Earth” Is an Afterthought

MOVIE REVIEW: “After Earth” Is an Afterthought

Fear may be a choice, but Grandma Outlaw’s review isn’t…   Welcome to the wild wild mess.   Truth be told, Will Smith’s latest father-son conglomeration, After Earth, wasn’t THAT bad; I just really wanted to use that clever play on words that references my blog tagline, that in turn […]

by June 7, 2013 0 comments Misc, Movies, Reviews
MOVIE REVIEW: Star Trek Into Darkness Goes Where No Outlaw Has Gone Before

MOVIE REVIEW: Star Trek Into Darkness Goes Where No Outlaw Has Gone Before

  Prior to the arrival at my extremely overpriced rental seat in the Muvico XL Theater, I was admittedly skeptical about the latest Trek adventure.   After accomplishing what many – including myself – would label a perfect reboot of Star Trek and its original crew, I felt that the […]

by May 21, 2013 2 comments Misc, Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
FOOD REVIEW:  Villains Wicked Heroes Lets You Geek Out With Your Food

FOOD REVIEW: Villains Wicked Heroes Lets You Geek Out With Your Food

The good, the bad, and the Outlaw.   Food.  A giver of life, energy and indigestion.  I feel fairly certain I can speak for the rest of the planet when I say, “I love the stuff.”   Granted, I’m not what you would call a foodie, which is another word […]

by April 30, 2013 0 comments Food, Reviews
MOVIE REVIEW: Jurassic Park 3D ‘Spares No Expense’

MOVIE REVIEW: Jurassic Park 3D ‘Spares No Expense’

“Welcome to Muvico theaters!”   “Like a leaf… on the amusement park ride from hell.”   As with Serenity pilot Hoban ‘Wash’ Washburne, I too am an adult with an unhealthy obsession of playing with plastic dinosaurs. The only difference being, Wash is a fictional character played by actor (Alan […]

by April 17, 2013 2 comments Movies, Reviews
MOVIE REVIEW: “The Host” Lacks ‘Soul’ of the Novel

MOVIE REVIEW: “The Host” Lacks ‘Soul’ of the Novel

    A warning was casually floated in my general direction that there was a war afoot between those who would do anything just to be in a one mile radius of the last toilet Stephenie Meyer visited, and those who would prefer to reverse the plumbing of said toilet […]

by April 5, 2013 1 comment Books, Misc, Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
MOVIE REVIEW:  The Great and Powerful Oz Represents Truth in Title

MOVIE REVIEW: The Great and Powerful Oz Represents Truth in Title

    Wizards and witches and cleavage, oh my!   Those were some of my initial thoughts as I exited Disney’s prequel based take on the land of Oz, that stormed through (pun intended) box office sales in its early release.  To be fair, my cousin Garrett – whom hesitantly […]

by March 20, 2013 0 comments Reviews
TV REVIEW: The 2013 Oscars Is Another Hollywood Facelift Gone Bad

TV REVIEW: The 2013 Oscars Is Another Hollywood Facelift Gone Bad

Ironically enough, the inanimate golden statues had more personality.   “And the award goes to… the end credits.”   After three hours of flat skits, flat jokes and a flat audience, this Outlaw cried tears of joy upon seeing the reel of producers finally scroll down the screen as my […]

by February 26, 2013 0 comments Movies, Reviews, TV
TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Transforms Geek Outlaw into a Zombie-Watching Zombie

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Transforms Geek Outlaw into a Zombie-Watching Zombie

After 3 full days of Comic-Con, Hot Nerd Girl and I were zombies of a tired kind.   Bart:   “Dad! You killed the zombie Flanders.” Homer:   “He was a zombie?”   As brainless as it may sound, for the better part of my time on this spinning rock, […]

by February 8, 2013 0 comments Reviews, Sci-Fi, TV
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