Columbus,Ohio product and former Deathly Fighter collaberator Ahmed Gallab will be on the David Lettermen TV program performing with his band Of Montreal. I had never heard of Of Montreal before Ahmed joined them because I use the jewelry man and bol from XXL mag as my only sources of information. But when Ahmed joined the group it made me decide to google them. And apperehently they are really big and will be on David Letterman tonight.
Will Smith who fought reptillians in Independence Day after rapping in Philadelphia(no tom hanks) is the other guest.
Dave Lettermen is on at 11:30 pm here in Columbus. Channel Ten I do believe.
This is the sort of film in which I feel almost reluctant to review, because even mentioning the actual plot in any detail ruins one of the more effective surprises that the it offers—when the physical conflict that star Will Smith’s character will spend the bulk of the film fighting against is first introduced, it’s only after a nice, long build-up of tense foreshadowing, and has the power to summon quite a few gasps (at least from the audience in the preview screening I attended).
On the other hand, given the time and financial investment it takes to go to the movies these days, and the way films are marketed, is it even possible to go into a big budget holiday release like this without already knowing what it’s about, and having seen most of the pivotal scenes in the trailer and TV spots?
And even if it were possible to experience such films in an information vacuum these days, I Am Legend certainly isn’t going to be one of ‘em, given its long life. It’s based on a book by Richard Matheson that’s now over half a century old, and has previously been adapted for film twice, though neither used the original title (1964’s Last Man on Earth starring Vincent Price, and 1971’s Omega Man starring Charlton Heston).