August 24, 2005

The Trailer Park: A Sound of Thunder

There is a new trailer out for A Sound of Thunder based on the Ray Bradbury story. To tell you the truth. I haven't made up my mind yet whether or not I think I'm going to like it. I like the concept, but the trailer doesn't look to be terribly exciting.

At this point, it looks as if it could wind up being another Timeline. That's a shame too, Ray Bradbury deserves better than that. Hopefully I am just jumping the gun, hopefully it will turn out to be clever and exciting.

If you aren't familiar with this title, it is a time travel movie that deals with the ramifications of changing something in the past. I have not read the story, but what I gather from the trailer is that in the future, when time travel is possible, a group of people go back in time and inadvertently change something. Upon their return to their present, they find that the world is completely different than how they left it.

The trailer plays off all of the action that is supposedly going in the film, people running and yelling, nothing special. I am hoping that the development is not skimped on. Here's to hope.

You can see the trailer HERE.

Also at Blogcritics.


Anonymous said...



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band from Atlanta, GA, is about to turn a new page in the
history of non-mainstream music marketing. Their current CD “The
Arrival” is expected to ship it’s 70,000th unit through an
independently promoted web site this month. The album contains
16 tracks of raw and candid hip-hop. Amp Camp is comprised of
three professional talented visionaries, Jonathan "G-Lover"
Glover, Kimmeth "De'Kim" Harden and Ariel Glover. Each member of
the group brings an essential creative musical component that is
significant to the groups overall existence. Furthermore, the
band members have teamed up as an independent music production
company and record label. is their
cyber home and 70,000 copies of “The Arrival” have all been sold
through the web site.

“We specialize in hip hop/ R&B, pop, inspirational and Jazz
music,” Ariel Glover, co-founder and CEO of the cmpany says.
“Our distinction in this music industry is that we possess a
very professional unique blend of hip hop, R&B, jazz and pop
that connects the modern new school styles with the old school
styles. Today’s new school is very beat oriented and that’s
great. However, the old school was more musical and melody
inclined, and that was great for the time. Atlanta Music
Production has a clear and well defined understanding of both
musical eras, and we’ve devised a very creative method of
combining both the new and the old school into our own unique

Apart from taking good care of everyday business, Ariel devotes
much of his creative manpower to Amp Camp, probably the most
successful indie band in terms of online sales. Along with his
brother Jonathan and cousin Kimmeth, he has come up with a
dynamic creative style, which all of the band members believe
“is positioned to set the musical standard of the future.” They
are predicted by many to lead the next generation music greats.

“The music industry has a lot of good songs but, it’s lacking
great songs, songs that are timeless, songs that reach across
social, ethnic, culture and economic barriers that speaks to the
hearts of men, women, and children around the world,” Ariel
says. “When Ray Charles did “Georgia On My Mind” and his
rendition of “America The Beautiful” those songs were timeless,
those songs were great. When Marvin Gaye song “What’s Goin On”
when thousands of American young men were dying in Vietnam for a
causes that they did not clearly understand at the time, and the
social desperity in America was still at a all time high, that
song was timeless, that song was great. We will bring back the
greatness to the music.”

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