Has anyone seen the new Batman movie? Man, is it good!! Much like the last one, the movie centers more around some great plot development and a story of terrorism much more than it does actually showing Batman in action. What I really liked was how they did a great job of tying the movie back to the 2004 Batman Begins. Bane’s mission is to destroy Gotham City and complete the work of Ra’s al Ghoul (played by Liam Neeson) from the first movie. But expect a few plot twists!
Christopher Nolan (the director) is pretty much on a roll with the Batman series and Inception as of lately. And speaking of Inception, I was delighted to see they used 4 of the actors from that movie in the new Batman movie (one of which plays the main villain Bane).
By contrast, my son was watching the old 1995 Batman Forever movie on TV. Wow, I never realized just HOW BAD those last few 90’s movies of Batman really were. Terrible!! They were barely even made for TV-movie quality!
If anyone is interested in hearing me play the guitar, then check back for my post on Monday. I’m trying to find a good plugin that will let you listen to some of my mp3 recordings right within the post. Anyone know of any?
On Wednesday we’re going to ask the question “Is it possible to retire on $500,000?” and see what kind of options we come up with. You might be surprised at what we come up with!
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In case you missed them, here are a few great stories you should check out this weekend:
- Shilpan from Street Smart Finance continues to inspire with some very interesting facts about money in How to Make Six Figure Income in Any Economy
- Nell from Housewife Empire cracks me with her negotiation with Google on Pagerank in Ode to the Big G. She also has guns for Alexa too!
- Ladies Go First posed a question about spending in Higher Calling: Where your money Should be going.
- And unfortunately – Katie at Along for the Journey (whose blog I’ve been following for a while now) sadly announces that a divorce is likely in Life and Financials on the Rocks. Be strong and we all wish you the best!
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