Spreading the word is better than doing nothing at all.
It's turning into one of those 'Toxie' Troma films, where
an innocent guy "lands in a drum of toxic waste, which
immediately causes severe burns and disfigurement. Despite
the burning chemicals even causing him to burst into flames,
Melvin survives, and stumbles home. Drawing a bath to try
and scrub some of the chemical residue from his horribly
scarred flesh, Melvin begins his transformation into a
hideously deformed creature of superhuman size and strength."
Survivors in the ravaged areas ? Slim chance, whether
they be humans, animals, birds, marine or plant life forms.
I can't say what will happen if another Katrina-sized
Hurricane sweeps across New Orleans and submerges it
yet again before it heads to who know where, but I know I
haven't watched one too many Sci-Fi flicks as some of my
friends suggest. I never was a crazy Sci-Fi fan and if it wasn't
for the excellent imagery I wouldn't have liked 'Avatar' all
that much. What ? There was more to it than digital trickery ?
Yes, it was a tale of Greed, survival, Romance and Action
and really neat gizmos which we've never seen before. True,
but it didn't qualify as the greatest movie ever made, at least
not in my book. I walked out of the first Star Wars movie to
leisurely smoke a cigarette and use the Restroom. I'm weird