The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Kevin Dunn that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
While the film Godzilla is nothing like the films that kids from the 60’s and 70’s grew up on it was at least entertaining to watch. The film would have been better if they had used a different name for the monster but they were trying to capitalize on the success of the previous 22 films that came before it. The director Roland Emmerich of Independence Day didn’t like the original films and only directed the 1998 film if he was allowed to do what ever he wanted. Too bad they could not have called it Iggizilla since that was what this monster really was. If it has been named that way if would have been better received as it really was a well done monster film. Read more... (697 words, 107 images, estimated 2:47 mins reading time)
“Dave Kovic was an ordinary guy who was asked to impersonate the President. When they gave him a chance to make the country better…he did.” This is a tagline from this 1993 political spoof that never seems to grow old. Maybe we do need an upbeat, ordinary guy in the White House, but let’s see what happened in the speculative bit of funny fiction. President Bill Mitchel (Kevin Kline) is a bit of a prig, an arrogant guy who hates to look bad even when doing bad things, from signing bills that could shut down programs that needy people depend on to finding a way to cheat on his angry First Lady, Ellen Mitchell (Sigourney Weaver). His staffers do his best to protect his from media scandal, and this is one of those times when he needs a decoy in order to get away with some unofficial business between himself and White House secretary, Randi (Laura Linney). Read more... (748 words, 95 images, estimated 3:0 mins reading time)
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Anyone who loves a good action film is not going to be disappointed by this film from Michael Bay. It has all the elements for a great Sci-Fi action thriller that should please everyone, unfortunately not everyone. Having watched the cartoon since it first aired on TV in 1984 and several of the incarnations since then I personally feel that the film indeed captures the essence of when Hasbro and Marvel first did the shows and comics. While purists hate anything Michael Bay may make this reviewer feels that he did the name of Transformers true justice. The film is about autonomous robots that are seeing something on earth, just as in the old series. While the first movie doesn’t deal with the search for Energon but it does make hints at it with them showing that there are a group of transformers on the surface of Mars. This film deals with the search for the All Spark, the Cube, their maker. The show also has the interactions between the humans and the transformers with the interaction with the teens that ultimately become their spokesmen on earth. With so much coming from the old series there is no way that you can not mistake this as not being a full authentic transformers film. Read more... (944 words, 105 images, estimated 3:47 mins reading time)