Thriller Rod Lott
Following in the frenzied footsteps of such brain-screwers as
Christopher Nolan's "Memento," "The Prestige" and "Inception" comes the
equally intelligent "Source Code," director Duncan Jones' follow-up to
his earlier acclaimed mind-bender "Moon."
Award-winning 'kindie' singers to play eight metro library shows
Music Matt Carney
Whether it’s playing bluegrass in homeless shelters or kids’ music in public libraries, Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing are going to do their darndest to get their audiences’ hands clapping and feet stomping.
I’ve never played a “Tekken” video game. But I have seen the new, live-action “Tekken” movie, now available on the DVDs and the Blu-rays.
Now there’s another “Tekken” movie, this one is animated, is only showing tonight, won’t hit video until around Thanksgiving, and looks fairly insane. I call your attention to this entry from last Wednesday’s Gazette:
“Is your moviegoing heart lusting for something bloody, vengeance-filled, based on a video game and requiring special glasses? Behold! For one night only, catch the computer-animated, PG-13 actioner “Tekken: Blood Vengeance 3D” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cinemark Tinseltown USA, 6001 N. Martin Luther King. A 20-minute special follows. Tickets are $12-$14. Call 424-0461 or visit fathomevents.com.”
Again, that Tuesday means tonight. I’ll be there, likely complaining of a 3-D-induced headache. —Rod Lott
Letters to the Editor Marty Morelli
In the July 6 issue of the Gazette, Brandon Wertz (“Ridiculous ‘Rocky
and Bullwinkle’ logic”) states that my referring to Hitler as a
“progressive” spit in the face of the entire Jewish community.
Letters to the Editor Steve Kern
James Nimmo (Letters, “Dinosaurs and humans, living together!,” July 12,
Gazette) accused me of being a “flat-earth” person because I do not
accept evolution dogma that says dinosaurs died out 70 million years
Letters to the Editor Keith Bryant
It is very refreshing to see a reporter write an article that is
factually accurate, unbiased and informative. I want to commend Clifton
Adcock for his article “Emergency functions” (July 20, Oklahoma Gazette).