So he deserves the first thread on this board! (If this is breaking some rule, please advise, but as far as I am concerned this is a noble endeavor for all posterity.) Actually what happened is I got to thinking about all the great material besides message board posts which will be lost when IMDb inevitably goes belly-up for lack of message boards. Many reviews will be saved, once chosen alternative sites are really up and running, as disgruntled users remove theirs from IMDb, but what about other areas such as user comments? It occurred to me some should be saved if possible. To prove these are genuine original IMDb comments, I am saving them in the form of screenshots. Ray Bradbury is the most wonderful writer of all time, and his two most memorable stories, going by the number of posts devoted to them on his Official Message Board here http://raybradburyboard.com/groupee?s=8881014801&ORIGINAL_REFERRER_URL=http://raybradburyboard.com/groupee, are "All Summer in a Day" and "A Sound of Thunder." "A Sound of Thunder" has, unfortunately, not been well-translated into cinema form, but since a wonderful short film of "All Summer in a Day" was made in 1982, we will commence with user comments on that.