Dateline: Travis Johnson
Travis Johnson is a freelance writer in Colorado Springs, and spends most of his time writing magazine features or grant proposals. He also blogs about the movies, and is hard at work writing his first novel.
Parsing the question of whether the series creators/show runners were really just making it up as they went along.
FlashForward tries the Lost paradigm on for size, and finds it needs some alterations.
The first glimpses of James Cameron’s long-anticipated Avatar fail to enthrall; its 3D presentation so far its only real claim to hype.
With suspense, a little bloodshed, and an unbreakable code, another storyteller takes a swing at the Templar legend — and whiffs.
Cameron talks up the long-awaited Avatar at E3, but provides little insight as fans anticipate his first film in 12 years.
By Grabthar’s Hammer, ten years old and still just as funny, Galaxy Quest returns to DVD, loaded with extras.
Chills, but doesn’t thrill; Michael Marshall weighs in with a crackling, if somewhat prosaic tale of guilt and suspense.
A throwback to the better days of movies made for kids, brimming with heart and charm.
In development for more than ten years, and eight months before its release, Avatar still does not have a trailer.
Third time out, Bourne loses a little heart, but not an ounce of brawn.