Also, if the creatives associated with the content are clever there will be larger than life beasts.
All that had been packed into the film "Rampage." Theatres showing it this holiday weekend were crowded with both adults and youth.
The plot line for "Rampage" centers on greedy corporation Energyne. It had been developing genetic editing as a weapon of mass destruction.
The process gets out of control. The result is that a gorilla and wolf came in contact with a released pathogen. They balloon in size and aggression. All Chicago is at risk.
The sweet spot in the action is the bond primatologist Davis Okoye had formed with the gorilla George. That began when he rescued George from poachers.
Because of it, Davis is certain he can save George from the contaminant. And, that he does after he teams up with an attractive on the right side of things genetics expert.
The two zero in on what will reverse some of the pathogen's effects on George. Then they set him loose to battle the other infected beasts and save Chicago. The strategy pans out. The military will not have to drop a bomb on Chicago.
The feel-good is that the forces of good outsmart the bad guys.
We needed that parable in times which have seemed so dark on so many fronts. At the top of the list is the ongoing employment insecurity.
In his new book "Dying For A Paycheck," Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Jeffrey Pfeffer documents the global angst about losing one's means of making a living.
In this real-life situation of getting, holding onto, and moving toward better work one major fear is that those labeled the "bad guys" will win. In my coaching those over-50, we work together to restore their belief in themselves. Here are the four mental monsters who can overtake an older professional searching for work.
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