It takes a effort to imagine the overgrown parcels of land adjacent to the Truman Parkway becoming the scene of pleasant strolls and bicycle commutes. It must have been similarly difficult to imagine that the forlorn Savannah waterfront of the 1970s was destined for any use other than a parking lot.
First conceived to help fulfill the mission of last Saturday's A-Town Get Down Festival, the splashy mobile sculptures were assembled by the kids of the Loop It Up Savannah art program at the West Broad YMCA—a fine, fun example of how the sum of many creative efforts can add up to a single piece of art.
Folks who wouldn't know RoboCop from Paul Blart: Mall Cop will find the film to be a particularly joyless exercise, arid in the extreme. Aside from Jackson's schtick, the only laughs are unintentional.