A brief description of why this site exists, what it's here for, and random facts of trivia that i feel that i *must* share.
· My Persona
Who I am, why i do this, and basically a couple hudred random facts about me.
· Rotating Rants
The Rotating Rant is a section that is perpetually changing, with new rants coming semi-frequently.
· Musical Adventures
Interested in music? I'll have links, reviews, clips, and sometimes even whole songs! This is one of my favorite parts of the whole site!
· Catching Me?
Here you can get contact information for me, give feedback, & just general rants. You can rant anything you desire here & i'll get back to you!
· Need A Read?
Here we have short stories, poems, book reviews, and music reviews. Take a peek! There's more being added all the time!
· Digital Art
I'm always experimenting with things, so there's bound to be something new!
· Food Realm
Stuff relating to food. Some things will be recipes, some things tutorialized with pictures. Yummy stuff here.
· Offsite Links
These are the links you need to get to more content related to what is on this site.
Directed by Nick Park & Peter Lord
Chicken Run is a humorous and whimsical tale of a flock of chickens trying to
escape from captivity. Directed by Nick Park and Peter Lord, it combine's the
trio's experiences in pioneering clay-mation movies. Previous productions
include the Wallace and Gromit series, and Creature Comforts. Consistent
with these previous films, there is a lot of subtlety, while also being very
In Chicken Run there are some parallel's both visually and in the
dialogue to older World War Two movies like The Great Escape. The
concentration camp feel, and the countless attempts at escape, with punishment
in solitary following such attempts. Eventually an American "fly boy"
ends up in the chicken yard, and they see him as their ticket out of there. Many
very funny adventures ensue after this, of which you have to see!
The younger audience will find this movie funny because of it's slapstick
nature and constant jokes. Adults and teens will notice the subtleties and some
of the drier British humor. This is one of those movies that I can watch over
and over again, and I would recommend it to anyone.
The cast includes Mel Gibson, Julia Sawahla, Miranda Richardson, and Phil
Daniels (in starring roles).
Rated G it is acceptable for all audiences, and you can be confident that it
will be a quality movie that you can enjoy with friends and family.
To view a trailer of the movie (you will need the Quick-time
Player to view it) you can watch
it now. It's 3.3MB so it will take a bit of time on a modem, but is worth