National Geographic’s ONE STRANGE ROCK expands the view of our tiny globe…

In it’s purest form, loneliness (or the act of being alone) can and does get defined as being on a boat in the middle of the sea. Maybe traversing the desert on Camel-back or simply losing your grip on reality.

But after watching the first episode of National Geographic’s ONE STRANGE ROCK Documentary Series hosted by Will Smith and Produced by Darren Aronofsky and Jane Root, my definition of being alone has really elevated. Not in the way that you think it might as in the common negative connotation, but in the sense of what one thing an Astronaut referenced while I watched the film.

“Everything I know lay on that rock. And behind me lay the absolute void of space.”

Nothingness lay beyond us, our every self attached to this One Strange Rock. Yet in all the perceived loneliness that that idea might convey, what the notion really does in a beautiful way through this filmed series is say… that we are all one.

Travelers together on a unique, crisp, smooth ship that eternally floats in a myriad of stars.

This is the kind of film that should be mandatory in High Schools everywhere. A perspective shift that gives the viewer a sense of gratitude, life and joy to be able to be a passenger on this great ship.

Loneliness become a thing of the past when you see that this rock of ours… as truly “ours.” Belonging to everyone, not the Americans, Russians, Koreans or Australians.

Sure, we have segregation that permeates everywhere, but this film bypasses the mindset of “you vs me” and gives us a clear and concise vision of oneness.

NatGeo’s magazines lasted for generations because they told the story of us in the most beautiful ways.

And now, ONE STRANGE ROCK does the same. A film peppered with ideas of transcendent vision and perspective that shifts for the greater good.

There is no better story to tell than ours, and in my opinion, no better storytellers than National Geographic. Don’t miss a single minute of this one…

Monday’s at 10pm. (Watch the Discussion here, too)

WATCH! M. Night Shyamalan’s AFTER EARTH Trailer 2 hits!

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M. Night may have a hit on his hands here if this stays simple and about character. Will and Jaden Smith help, but if it’s all action and no substance, Good Night. See for yourself…

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New Posters hit my FB Gallery with AFTER EARTH…

Be sure to check my Coming Soon FB Gallery every now and then as the best Posters are featured including today’s AFTER EARTH with Will and Jaden Smith. This one directed by M. Night Shalamalamadingdong…

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WATCH! AFTER EARTH Trailer depicts Future Earth quiet…

Will Smith and son Jayden star in this post Earth epic with a message. Fear is a choice.

Although it’s a movie and everything you see is manufactured, the message is real. Let that sink in… Looks cool, too.

WATCH! MEN IN BLACK 3 Chase Scene…

Great clip from the new MIB3. K and J Chase via MONOCYCLES… Plus, awesome Make-up Effects from Master Rick Baker.

MEN IN BLACK 3 vehicles…

Little by little, MIB3 vehicles are appearing. And since they’re going back in time, looks like classics are in….

Movie Cars of the Day: MEN IN BLACK

With MIB3 coming shortly, let’s take a look back at why the POS is so cool. Well, is it because it’s a Ford? Nope. How about because it’s black… and black is the new black? Nope. How about the simple unmitigated fact that it transforms into a hi-speed, rocket powered, alien busting, anti-gravity, 5000hp ass-kicking machine?

Ok. That works… And stay tuned for the next generation in MIB3. The Hurteth Cometh…

And watch the MIB3 trailer here…