Musings From Us Listings For Kate Capshaw

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Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom

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A mystical wild ride full of song, beauty and close calls for our favorite archeologist. From the streets of Shanghai to the the foreboding Pankot Palace it is up to Indie to save villages, hot women, kids and even himself. There is evil all around and part of that evil is Dr. Jones’ (Harrison Ford) greed which village elders use against him to see that he set things right. They believe that a great evil is rising in Pankot Palace and that the Thuggee cult, the worshipers of the evil aspect of Kali have stolen their children, stolen their Sivalinga stone from their shrine and have made all their fields and crops dry up. They don’t believe in coincidences and know that Indiana is there, sent from Shiva, to rescue them and their children. As this is a prequel to Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indie is very skeptical about the whole thing. It is not till a young boy half starved wanders into the village and hands him a scrap of fabric that he starts to wonder if the story is true. He knows the children are missing, what he is wondering if it is true is that the stone that was in the village was actually one of the five fabled Sankara stones. If he could get those, and you see it on his face, he would be rich and famous beyond belief. As he put it to Short Round (Jonathan Ke Quan), “Fortune and glory kid, fortune and glory”

Dreamscape

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DreamscapeDirector by Joseph Ruben and staring the talents of Dennis Quaid, Max von Sydow, Christopher Plummer and Kate Capshaw. This film is one wild ride through the dreams and nightmares of a little boy and the President of the United States. This film keeps you on the edge of your seat even though it was first produced in 1984. Many today feel that if a film is that old that it just wont be good to see, I say bull as this film is definitely good to see. It was sure as hell better then Inception.

This film deals with the mind and the demons that are buried deep inside ourselves and how we deal with them. Dreams are how most people work through their problems in their sleep and usually feel rested and inspired when they wake up. What happens when you only have nightmares? What happens when you are just too afraid to go to sleep? That are some of the questions that the researchers at Bates Hall are trying to find out as well as find a way to get into those dreams so that they can help those troubled individuals.