I went to this movie, but probably at a time I shouldn't. It was too late and I didn't get much sleep the night before, I spent the whole time trying to stay awake, it was too distracting for me to properly review this movie. Maybe I will watch it again and give it a better overview. The movie seemed pretty good, I was distracted too much, so I'm just going to say that I give Star Trek 3 out of 5, maybe it could be 3.5 or even 4, but I wasn't in it to win it. I'm a stinky head.
I don't feel like reviewing movies for a little bit, but I have a compulsion to at least put every new movie I see up on bluishhue.com. Iron Man 3 was good, I liked it better than Iron Man 2 I think, but not better than Iron Man 1 or the Avengers. Tony Stark's Post Traumatic Stress Sydrom thing seemed a little silly to me and a few other things, but that is expected somewhat in a movie like this. I give this movie 3 out of 5 fake bluish squares in the fake rating system.
I love movies that are based in the future, or some kind of alternante universe or world or whatever. That is what brought me to see this movie. This future world where Earth is forever changed by a war with aliens that we don't really ever see in this movie looks kind of cool, but isn't very believable, but I guess it doesn't have to be. The movie I guess takes place in what was New York City after the moon is destroyed and the planet is rocked around creating new mountains and new climates. Somehow some buildings and things are barely disturbed from all of this movement: books are sill on their shelfs, windows haven't broken, and somethings that seemingly should have been destroyed are just fine. I guess that could be possible, but I will have to let it go because it is a movie and I know they need to establish some link to the past and make recognizable and comforting. The future technology, didn't seem like it was plausible considering the war with the aliens happened in 2017, but I guess some of it is alien technology and again it doesn't have to fit in perfectly anyway. The movie its self, was okay, it kept me interested through most of the movie. I don't know if it was trying to be deep or thought provoking, but it wasn't, so, I'm not going to be able to rate it as being one of the great movies of our time. Oblivion was entertaining enough, there was some good action, cool environments and visuals to look at and there was a twist to the story that could throw you off a little, so I can't say it was a bad movie. I will give it 2.6 bluish squares out of 5 in the fake but very real bluishhue.com rating system.
I think this place maybe hit or miss. I've been there a few times and have had a different experience each time. The food other than the buffalo wings isn't that great and even sometimes the buffalo wings aren't. I am very particular when it comes to wings and these wings weren't consistently crispy to the bite. There is a good variety of sauces that are hot enough and applied properly, but I think that the wings aren't always cooked properly. I would give the wings 4.237 out of 5 fake bluish squares, but the rest of the food is about a 1.976 out of 5, so I don't know where to go from there. I have had a bad experience there with the service more than once, but it could be because the one near my house is new and they don't know what they are doing yet (I hope so). I would give the service so far 2.2 out 5, below acceptable, but given a bit of a break do to their newness in the area. The atmosphere might be the best selling point for me on this place. It is a sports bar place and it is designed well for that, there are loads of big screen TVs with all the games and a nice bar with lots of beers and stuff. For this I would give them 4.3 out of 5 fake bluish squares. My overall score for Buffalo WIld Wings would be 3 out of 5 fake bluish squares for chain type restaurant.
The Wizard of Oz is a movie that I always felt would be cool if they did a modern CGI remake of without all the musical stuff, this movie is somewhat close to that dream, but it isn't quite there. I know there are Wizard of OZ books out there, so maybe I'm misspeaking, but I feel like this story doesn't fully fit into the classic movie version. Where are the ruby slippers? Isn't the wicked witch that Dorothy kills wearing the ruby slippers that give her her power? In this movie the witch has her power from an emerald necklace, but it gets destroyed and she turns ugly, but also she should have lost her power or something too? So how is she still a problem for when Dorothy comes with her house? I guess it doesn't have to make sense, I don't think it is supposed to be real; it is just a dream or maybe an alternate reality. The movie though wasn't so bad, I enjoyed it and in the Imax 3-D it looked very beautiful. This was a movie that came up a little short of goal that is pretty impossible to achieve, so because of that I should cut it some slack. I give this movie 2.9986 out of 4.8972 fake bluish squares because 3 might be too high and 2.5 is definitely too low. Maybe it even deserves 3.5 squares if it wasn't compared to the original Wizard of Oz.