Olympus Has Fallen and White House Down. Antz and A Bug’s Life. 30 Rock and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. Sometimes 2 movies or TV shows with the same premise are released at the same time. Some people say that it’s the result of the zeitgeist. I believe that they are usually a coincidence since there is so much […]
Just over 4 years ago, JJ Abrams rebooted the Star Trek series with Star Trek, a movie made for the modern moviegoer with a young, hip cast. Star Trek Into Darkness is the sequel and is again directed by JJ Abrams, who again takes the audience on another thrilling adventure with the crew of the Enterprise. The […]
(Author’s note: I wrote this in mid-January but haven’t gotten around to posting it until now) Julie was surprised when I mentioned a scarf as a possible Christmas gift. I explained to her how nice a scarf would be for the cold, minter nighttime bike rides I regularly do, but she was actually surprised that […]
I had only just gotten out of my seat, not even to the aisle, before I already wanted to see the sequel. This evening, my dormmates and I went to a late 11:00 showing of “Star Trek.” Having watched the trailers, I got the gist of the movie. We were going to rewind all the […]
From the contents of my blog, one might think I’ve spent my entire summer either journeying, working, or cooking. And while I’ve happily done a lot of that, downtime appears often enough, and I’ve had passive activities I’ve wanted to tackle there as well. CBS has been kind enough to upload all of Star Trek: […]
http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=entertainmentNews&storyID=2005-07-20T175121Z_01_HAR059562_RTRUKOC_0_PEOPLE-DOOHAN.xml James Doohan, probably the coolest member of the original Star Trek series has passed away. I’m sad.