RunPee has a new movie reviewer for Science Fiction movies in the esteemed Michelle Taylor, Science Fiction Movies Editor at BellaOnline.com.
She’s posted her Transformers review on our blog –> Transformers : Revenge of the Fallen <– (it’s a cool review)
From Michelle Taylor’s bio on BellaOnline.com:
As far as movies go, I am not the “girly-girl” type. If the word “romance” is in the description of the movie, you are not going to find me in the theatre.
However, if there are amazing special effects, kick-butt fight scenes, and the promise of some kind of monster or alien – well, sign me up!
Like many of you, I cut my teeth on “Star Wars” in the early 70s and haven’t looked back. I am also an avid Marvel comics fan (with a major collection of X-men and related universe titles) and so the production of comic books into movies is right up my alley! I also love reading, so I grew up with the epic tales like “Lord of the Rings” and was thrilled to see those adaptations. And finally the roles of women in Scifi/Fantasy have been growing and strengthening ever since the movies of “Alien” and “Terminator”. These are all things that keep me coming back to the theatre.
We are excited to welcome Michelle to our growing list of reviewers at RunPee and look forward to reading her POV on sci fi!
What do you think about Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen? Share your thoughts about the movie in the comments below.
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