Childbirth is amazing, automatically cinematic, and carries with it unmatched dramatic power. But what if we add some guns? Or a volley of phasers? Or the devil?
Tagged: Star Trek
The Planet of the Apes franchise has reinvented itself more than once. “Reboots” are now commonplace, but they started here.
Star Trek’s big 50th anniversary movie has something surprising in common with only one other Trek film.
Can the Fast & Furious director fill J.J. Abram’s directorial shoes and live up to the long legacy of Trek – or at the very least, improve upon the previous installment?
“You’re sad enough. You’re beautiful. Let’s have sex.”
“When you’re born in the gutter, you end up in the port.”
The setting and the android are the stuff of prestige science fiction, but the story and characters are version 1.0.
“Her first baby came out sideways. She didn’t scream or nothin’.”
As the world remembers the legacy of Mr. Spock, we take a look at two of Leonard Nimoy’s greatest contributions to Star Trek: the two films he directed for the franchise.
Science fiction has lost one of its true legends today. May he rest in peace.