I saw Terminator Genisys at the Palace Nova Cinemas in Adelaide’s East End. I had heard both good and bad reviews of this film (as it’s been out for a couple of weeks now), so I went in somewhat apprehensive of what was awaiting me on screen.
As Adelaideans shivered through a cold snap, it was the weekend’s sport which moved us to tears, admiration and disbelief.
Memories are like marbles, which can be stored in various locations and retrieved when required, to provide you with, not just the memories, but the emotions associated with those memories. I actually thought this was an extremely clever way of describing how a brain works.
This was truly a great show and being a major You Am I/Tim Rogers fan since the beginning, it was great seeing Tim Rogers having fun with The Bamboos. Fingers crossed that there’s another tour before too long.
SuperCaine are now searching for their new drummer and are taking a well earned hiatus from gigging, while they plot their next move and write some new tunes.
Walsh goes on to reflect on the commitment he made to re-connect with his son, to remove that wedge and it would appear that he and his son were making strides in renewing their relationship.
Apparently, it was not to be.