I love Osomatsu-san so much! This show cracks me out of laugh because they have lots of funny scenes, actions, and jokes!
Best movie of the year!
6 October 2018
The Golden Age of Steam Railways (2012– )Incorrect information!
3 February 2018Warning: Spoilers
The information in this documentary video is not correct! They didn't search it carefully. I found some factor errors in the video. Not a video I could recommend! If you want to pass your history class, then you shouldn't watch this!
The Great Locomotive Chase (1956)Excellent movie!
14 January 2018
Great movie! I watched the movie today! The quality is pretty good. All adventures are very interesting. I read a book, called Daring & Suffering: A History of the Andrews Railroad Raid by William Pittenger, the soldier who dressed as the southern with James J. Andrews, the Union spy who stole the locomotive "General" in the Great Locomotive Chase. He wrote the book very well, looks more interesting than any novel stories. The movies gives me lots of ideas for the American Civil War that both the north and the south brought justice. All raiders were heroes, especially William A. Fuller, the conductor who commanded the locomotive "Texas" to recapture the General with the Texas' engineer and the fireman, Peter Bracken and Henry Haney. The foreman, Anthony Murphy, was also chasing the General with Fuller. I cannot believe how dramatic this movie is! I really like how Fess Parker played as Andrews, though, he looks nothing like the original Andrews. One thing I like about the movie is that the William Mason from the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad played as the General and the Inyo from the Virginia & Truckee Railroad played as the Texas and the William R. Smith. The Yonah was played by the Lafayette. This movie is very educational for all history class. I would highly recommend this to everyone! If I were a teacher, I would play this movie to the class.
Wild Wild West (1999)The dumbest director ever!
15 December 2017Warning: Spoilers
This director doesn't even know the entire history of the transcontinental railroad. He is suppose to find two actors to play Leland Stanford' president of the Central Pacific Railroad, and Thomas C. Durant, the vice president of the Union Pacific Railroad, to drive the golden spike. But he didn't, he just hire Grant to drive?!!!!! The hell is that?!! President Ulysses S. Grant did NOT attempt to the golden spike ceremony at Promontory Summit, Utah. The cheapest movie ever. Grant says "See you in Washington," he headed back to east with the Wanderer. But West and Gordon headed west. Too much incorrect historical information! Stinks!