What do you think are the ghostbusters' (plus kevin's if you want to) favorite breakfast foods?
Oh god I’m terrible at doing this and you probably wanted a short answer but something happened and now it’s this. Hope you like it.
Abby: soup. she pretends it’s leftovers from the other day and really ‘we can’t just throw it away’ but they all know she calls Bennie before any of the other Ghostbusters wake up and makes him wait two blocks away from the firehouse (he complains every time). She’ll slip back in, put it in the microwave and wait until someone comes down the stairs before taking it out and eating it. Of course, they all know. Nobody says anything, though. You don’t mess with Abby and her soup.
Holtz: she forgets to eat. Mostly. When she does eat, it’s peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with Doritos in the middle. She claims it’s good. Nobody has dared to eat it so far. She eats way too many of them, her excuse always being “I don’t have time to stop and eat while I’m working. things could blow up. you all want me to blow this place up?” Erin sometimes argues that that’s not how it works. But most of the times she forgets to eat. She’ll wake up, stumble to the bathroom to get ready and then disappears into her lab. Erin has made a habit of stopping by the coffee shop next to her house to pick something up in case she doesn’t eat. In the beginning the bag consisted of a sandwich, some fruit, and a donut. It’s just three donuts now. She always puts it on the engineer’s desk when she’s not there. They never talk about, but they both know.
Erin: during her time at Columbia Erin had gotten used to having to quickly eat something in the morning that was easy and would keep her healthy. Salad had been the perfect solution. A quinoa fruit salad to be precise. It wasn’t really that bad, and it kept her in shape. Plus, Erin Gilbert liked repetition. Every day was the same. She’d eat her fruit salad, go to Columbia, teach, come home, eat, work some more and go to sleep. She liked it. So yes, maybe it was a bit boring, but at leat it was predictable, and predictable was easy. She could work with that. Her life right now was about as far from boring and predictable as it could possibly be. Still, the salad stayed. It was a nice stable factor in her crazy life. (lately, though, her salad was often left untouched, because really, picking up something like a bagel for herself at the coffee place was just as easy right? She was already there anyways.)
Patty: Patty’s pretty sure she’s about the only normal person in the firehouse. She spends most of her days chasing Holtzmann around the place while she yells at her to please, for the love of god, not leave any nuclear-untested stuff on their desks. Especially Kevin’s. She’s taken on the task to cook for them as well. Which usually ends in even more fire than Holtz’s work does. After a while, they make it a habit to have an extra fire extinguisher in the kitchen. Still, Patty has to take care of these crazy kids and make sure they eat enough so this whole place won’t turn into ashes. So she makes pancakes. A lot of them. They always say that she shouldn’t. Not that they don’t appreciate it, but it seems like a lot of trouble and they eat their own stuff in the morning. (or don’t, in case of Holtz and Kevin). She eats a couple and places the rest in the fridge. She smiles when, at the end of the day, the plate is always empty.
Kevin: is he a robot? could be. They don’t really see him eat. ever. (which also could be because he usually doesn’t come in until 9:30 and leaves around noon to practice for his hide and seek tournament). Holtzmann has tried to determine if he really is a robot, made to spy on them. she’s definitely more serious about this than the others are. Erin claims to have seen him eat an apple one time. So far, there’s no evidence of this ever happening.
Who doesn’t love these Spy Movies. James Bond, Ethan Hunt, Jason Bourne, names that even if you haven’t seen their films you still know. One of the things missing from the spy movie scene is some serious ladies, sorry
Melissa McCarthy but 2015′s Spy doesn’t count. Now women in the spy scene have been around. We’ve some serious ladies like Angelina Jolie in Salt and Anne Parillaud in La Femme Nikita. The problem is while there have been other female leads in a spy movie it was either comedy or shared the screen with a male lead. So when I heard Charlize Theron was to star in a serious spy movie as the main lead I got excited and had to see this film in theaters. So was it a great film or more Atomic Bomb?
The story in a nut shell:
A list is missing and a mole are at large. MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) is brought into a recorded interview of some events that just previously transpired. Events that have to do with these things. She must explain what happen and why.
Plot Twist and Turns
Plot Confusion Near End
So what did I think:
‘Clap Clap Clap’ That was me when the screen faded to black and the credits began to roll. This movie has everything. Fast action, twist and turn spy story, beautiful people doing bad things, sex, guns, car chase, and one hell of a soundtrack.
Let’s get right into this one. Lorraine Broughton is the new spy person for me. I absolutely love this character. Her style is fresh and I love the way she just does everything. She comes off as cold and callous with a hint of caring. She’s a bad ass fighter but not perfect. The imperfections of her character is what really makes her stand out. Too many times in a spy film the lead is unstoppable till the end when they must face the villain the only real treat to them. This movie is not the case. Every bad guy could potentially kill her, but her training and focus is what gets her out of these situations and I love it. Sure I know your saying isn’t it the same for other spy characters? No its not the same. In most spy movies the main lead barely gets roughed up, something I feel only the latest Bond films have finally done.
The opening shot of this film is a roughed up Lorraine. From the start you know she is not invincible. Her fighting style is also amazing. Instead of a focus on pure power moves her strikes are more precise and are more meant to knock back and weaken as appose to one shot knock outs. Cause of this it leads to some amazing action fight scenes that last and have a sense of how is she going to get out of this. A lot of the fights also have a realistic feel to them. No showering bad guys with bullets and they still keep walking. Another thing is she barely uses guns. Nice to see a beautiful women kick some butt.
The story is rather fun as well. You are filled with a mix of this is what’s happening, but at the same time you still don’t know what’s really going on. This in no way hinders the movie as you feel more in the spy world of mix truths, lies, and deceits. I will say a point towards the end of the film I actually had no idea what was happening, but after seeing the film as a whole I made sense, so don’t worry if at one moment if you feel lost.
The other major thing about this film was the look and soundtrack. Everything looks so damn interesting even the trashy looking places. The soundtrack is a nice mix of classic 80′s beats and gives the film the time zone feel it’s in while sounding awesome and fresh. I’m listening to Behind the Wheel by Depeche Mode as I write this funny enough (It’s a song in the film). I would say next to Guardians of the Galaxy this is the best use of older music in a film.
If you love 80′s music, spy women, and a twist and turn story. Go see this film. If you don’t like that, go see this film anyways. Its an amazing film.
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Rent it | Buy it | Netflix it