knowing So this past weekend brought us a new Nicholas Cage movie. In the movie Nicholas plays John Koestler a M.I.T. teacher whose son’s class is chosen to look at the pictures that children drew 50 years ago of what the future will look like. Every child gets pictures of space ships, robots and such, but his son gets a paper with nothing but numbers written all over it. When his son shows it to him he starts to break down the numbers, and finds out that they all coincide with disasters that have happened in the past 50 years.

I was really interested in seeing this movie, being a big fan of Nicholas Cage. The story also intrigued me, and from the trailers looked like there would be a lot of action in this movie. Well the story was still pretty good till like the middle of the movie, and then it just got kind of out there. You see there were some visitors on the planet who were following John’s son and that’s what kind of messed up this picture for me. I’m going to stop there and just say that the action scenes in this movie were very good, for the little amount that there were. The kid in the movie who played John’s son “Caleb” (Chandler Canterbury) was very good in his role. I give this movie 1 ½ numbers out of 4. The movie ran 2 hours and 1min. It was rated PG-13 for disaster sequences, disturbing images and brief strong language. It was directed by Alex Proyas. It was produced by Escape Artists, Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment. It was distributed by Summit Entertainment, LLC, Sony Pictures Releasing.

If you could find out your future, would you want to know? Ezo
Next weeks movie:TBD