Greetings! Regular readers may have noticed the new design. (Those who have not, need an eye checkup.) This new design is the first sign of the many good things to come your way. We'll be announcing the new expert panel within the next few weeks, adding more exclusive interviews and posting more contest such as the Daredevil and Solaris ones that are currently running. So stay tuned!

Unfortunately, I was unable to make it to the screening for Lara Croft Tomb Rider: The Cradle Of Life, but I did get to see (and review) Seabiscuit and Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over. A few years ago, I recall predicting that more and more films will be done in 3-D -- And voila! Ghosts of the Abyss, Matrix Reloaded, Spy Kids 3 and another upcoming James Cameron picture are all shot in 3-D. I'd go a step further and suggest that 3-D films may be shown using laser technology (thus eliminating those perky glasses) and will implement smell, sound and sensory effects -- But then I'd be treading on dangerous ground.

So instead I'll say that soon special effects will tire and be forced to take a back seat. This is judging by the popularity of films such as My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Chicago...Ah, who am I kidding?

But as we gaze unto the future, lets concentrate on the present: Yep, those pesky questions of yours that have been piling up! Will they ever stop? I hope not.

And now, for our feature presentation

Cinemark Movie Club