A terrific first day with the Movie Scientist blogathon. Check out these fantastic entries!

Christina Wehner

Mad scientists get all the press. Everyone loves a good mad scientist. But what about a good good scientist? I think it has been proven conclusively today that good scientists abound in film and are every bit as charismatic, brilliant, romantic, fascinating and fun as their mad counterparts.

Thanks everyone for your incredibly thoughtful, thought-provoking, and scintillating entries!

corridors-of-bloodThe Last Drive In explores “The Menacing Altruism of Boris Karloff” in Corridors of Blood.

4301664_origPhantom Empire discussed the dangers of artificial intelligence and science in Colossus, The Forbin Project.

Hong Kong CavaliersThe Midnite Drive-In goes bonkers with The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension.

sis-vivaciouslady-24Sister Celluloid gives us the backstory of Vivacious Lady, while showing that scientists are romantic, too.

ghostbuster-3Blog of the Darned analyzes the Ghostbusters team and what makes them such a great team.

img_7640The Love Pirate shows us what makes a good scientist in Jurassic Park.

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