For SmuttyCat, one of the highlights of Thor: The Dark World was Loki (Tom Hiddleston) as comic relief. While not detracting from the main storyline, Loki provided several great moments on screen.
One of the main scenes was not used in the film, but is provided with the DVD/Blu-Ray. This shows Loki dressed as Captain America and needling Thor. The scene was re-shot with Chris Evans mimicking Tom’s performance.
And fear not fans, Loki’s jokester scenes do not detract from how dangerous he is for Asgard and Thor.
In case you haven’t picked up your copy yet, SmuttyCat has the clip below courtesy of io9.com. Comment below on Chris’ take on Loki.
OK, some human idiot has published a book that states cats think humans are the same species. John Bradshaw (author of Cat Sense) thinks cats believe humans are just harmless felines.
He couldn’t be more wrong. Cats are well aware that humans are not felines, but part of the human training regime is to make humans believe they are part of the family. In reality, cats are quite superior to humans and are fully aware of this. Humans are necessary because cat mental evolution has deprived them of opposable thumbs. There are always sacrifices for greatness. Meanwhile, the thumbs of humans are quite handy for opening cans of food, driving to the store for more food and cleaning the litter box.
He does get one fact correct, cats are not domesticated. Cats are wild animals who use humans to make our lives more comfortable and safe. After all, who wouldn’t choose a warm bed or couch over cold dirt or concrete? Only an idiot.
SmuttyCat has been keeping an eye on robots for a while now. Robots and felines don’t get along well because they can’t be predicted.
The latest news in the robotics world shows that SmuttyCat has been right all along, robots are trouble. First up, exoskeletons that read minds. Well, if it can read human thoughts, maybe it can control them.
Next, special muscles that are making robots extra strong and unbeatable. Unsurprisingly, Google is financing this project by purchasing the company who was spearheading the research.
Finally, a prizefight is shaping up between ATLAS and Valkyrie, two robots who are part of the DARPA robotics challenge to develop a means of exploring dangerous zones. In theory this is a great idea. But what is to prevent Skynet from turning them on humans? Hey, cats need humans until we evolve opposable thumbs.
SmuttyCat hopes Santa brought you a warm coat and boots to go out and see the trio of great movies coming in this winter. Usually cold weather is for staying in and maxing out your Netflix account. But grab your hot coco and get out because you won’t want to miss these movies that sparkle like snow at night.
About Last Night
Starring Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Regina Hall, and Joy Bryant, this is a remake of the classic Demi Moore -Rob Lowe love story. Freshly updated with references to social media and dating, this is a great movie plot that holds up over time. Opening on February 14, 2014, it will make an interesting date movie. At least the humans will have something to talk about.
Starring Paula Patton and Taye Diggs, Baggage Claim is playing now. This is the story of a flight attendant who finds herself the last single woman in her family. With her younger sister’s wedding coming up in 30 days, she plots with friends to get engaged before the wedding.
A light, feel-good movie humans can cuddle up to.
Kevin Hart (Ben) makes another appearance here with heavy hitter Ice Cube (James). Ben tries to impress prospective brother-in-law James by riding along with him on police patrol. This is a buddy-action comedy that should make for good date night fun. Opening January 17.