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Monthly Archives: March 2011
I wanted to see Sucker Punch in theater since I first saw the trailer for it at Comic Con. So, I went and saw it. It’s kind of neat . . . but it needs A LOT of help.
First: in the imaginary remake of Star Wars, your new Han Solo shall be . . . Nathan Fillion! Congratulations, Mr. Fillion! He and Ryan Reynolds were tied for most of the week, and in the end, Captain Reynolds only … Continue reading
I’m the worst Trekkie in the world. I have never seen an episode of the original series all the way through, not even “The Trouble With Tribbles.” The only series I have watched from beginning to end is the one … Continue reading
I love the original Star Wars trilogy. I do. I don’t do tech specs—I barely understand the mechanics of my twenty-year old VCR, much less fictional, futuristic starships and their battle and hyperdrive capabilities—but I do enjoy the hell out of … Continue reading
Have you ever noticed just how hard most book trailers suck? You’re sitting on your couch, kicking back and watching Jeopardy, and in between a Meineke ad and a commercial about animated bears with pieces of tissue stuck to their … Continue reading
Go is the film that first introduced me to Timothy Olyphant. I will always be grateful.
If you’ve ever wondered where Gene Roddenberry drew inspiration from for his pop culture phenomenon, Star Trek, look no further than this film: Made in 1956 and starring Leslie Nielsen, I expected this movie to be a good deal campier than it … Continue reading
I first heard about this movie at Comic Con a couple of years ago (there was a postcard on the Freebie table) and then again when I fell in love with Matthew Gray Gubler from Criminal Minds and looked him … Continue reading