“Oh and also, I’m afraid of Cheetos.” Right now you’re probably thinking, “huh?
” Well, let him explain…“Because when you’re at parties and people are eating Cheetos. I never eat them at parties.” Do you think Alexander will be a good Cato?
Race to Witch Mountain holds no surprises (even granting that it s a remake). A hodgepodge of visual and character references to its sci-fi predecessors, its many allusions might be interpreted as blatant rip-offs or, less cynically, as tributes: Siphon sneaks onto the kids' getaway spaceship, recreating the end of Alien (complete with airlock solution, but with Jack in the Ripley role); Burke and company always appear in dark suits a la Men in Black; the scenes at Witch Mountain recall those at Devil's Tower in Close Encounters of the Third Kind; and Alex is like Contact's Ellie Arroway, while Dr.
It can't seem to decide on a "message," and so it gives superficial treatment to several, adding "Everyman versus big government" and "Loner finds his place in a makeshift family" to its facile commentary on U. Harlan (Gary Marshall), the quirky UFO crackpot, hides behind the foil-covered windows of his Winnebago like Independence Day's Russell Casse.
It's not until he follows the teens into an underground lair full of Alien-esque pods and a Predator-like space traveling baddie called Siphon (Tom Woodruff Jr.) that Jack starts demanding answers.
, there are a few things you need to know about this Canadian cutie. “Suddenly, out of nowhere, I cannot name him because he would just be too embarrassed, but this guy just walks up to Jack Quaid, looks him in the eyes, farts and then walks back,” he tells us of an LOL moment on the set. It’s kind of something I’m still a little freaked out about. “I love fun, adventurous girls who are down to try anything like bungee jumping, or try a new sport or go on a hike.” Something you really wouldn’t expect?
Anna Sophia Robb: I think it'd be nice to move objects with my mind because then I could get dressed in the morning more quickly. A world of possibilities...17: What was it like on set? AR: Oh yes, we all definitely became such close friends.
She is an actress, model and singer, who has appeared in films like Race to Witch Mountain, Soul Surfer, Because of Winn-Dixie, Bridge to Terabithia, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The Way, Way Back.
Actress, model34-22-33 in or 86-56-84 cm2-4 (US) or 32-34 (EU)32B5 (US)She has appeared in TV commercial of Mc Donald’s at the age of 11. As a model, she has done modeling for the fashion house TRAD..
In 2004, she played the role as Samantha Parkington in the TV film Samantha: An American Girl Holiday.