SPOILERSI'm afraid the only way I can talk about Star Trek Into Darkness properly is if I go into full detail about the movie. Sorry about that. If you don't wanna be spoiled, turn back now.
Quinto and Pine have made Spock and Kirk their own without imitating their predecessors. Quinto in particular makes for a very tenacious Spock.The AMC Loews East 19th Street theater in Manhattan was the site for this advance screening. My email said to arrive no later than eight. I got there at about 7:15. 7:20 or ... read more »
I am sorry for not posting in a while. My computer was out for repairs. Shaking fingers, shaking hand jerked away from the desktop as if it was a red-hot stove coil, settled onto the back of the armchair and pulled it away from the desk. Noah eased into the soft blue leather, sank deep,  read more »
Iron Man 3seen @ Williamsburg Cinemas, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY5.7.13Iron Man 3 is what it is. Did it entertain me? Yeah. There were funny bits (though not as many as in the first one), there were unexpected bits (I didn't really think [SPOILER] was gonna die, but for a moment I wasn't sure) and the visuals were astonishing as always (sitting through the credits, waiting for the obligatory after-credits scene - which is not worth waiting for - I was amazed at the gargantuan list of people involved in m... read more »
“Now, now little bro,” Joe squeezed harder, “You don’t want to do this.” Noah growled, “Says who,” and struggled to free his arms, struggled to strike out, without avail. His right foot came down hard, missed his intended target, slammed onto the floor sending wave after wave of pain shooting up his leg from his [...] read more »
Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Best of Both Worldsseen @ College Point Multiplex, College Point, Queens, NY4.25.13It's amazing how wedded we as a society have become to technology. The thought crossed my mind last weekend as I saw a jogger in the park adjusting a small iPod worn on her arm. It seems like such an everyday thing now, and yet, when one stops to consider what a miracle it is, the thought is mind-blowing. All these gadgets and gizmos that have become shockingly commonplace, however, hav... read more »
Defiance - a Syfy Original Series. Mondays at 9/8 CentralThis will not be my only post about this show - there are so many things to talk about with this show that it will simply take more than one post to cover everything with out boring you guys out of your mind :-) That and I believe in: One topic per postwhich I will write more about at a later date.The very first thing I want to say is: If you like science fiction adventure, if you enjoyed Babylon 5, or Battlestar Galactica, even Star Wars any of th... read more »
"Asteroid Outpost" by John Bowers is the first book in the Nick Walker, U.F. Marshal series. read more »
Tonight will be the third consecutive movie night for me and my faithful movie companion, and I'm hoping it will indeed be the charm. Night before last, we saw this gem.
How was it, you ask? Uh...well...in the words of Grumpy Cat: NO. Unless, of course, you happen to love convoluted mashed-up storylines that flit in and out of reality and dreams and hypnotic trances and such. If you love those, you might enjoy it. (And as we say in Mississippi, bless your little heart.) Two stars, and they are dim stars... read more »
Visit Mars in the exciting children’s adventure series "Lill and Mewe Journey to the Ocean of Runa" by Jean E. Lane. read more »
Aliens need human help to survive in Sci-Fi adventure "Oriam" by Walter Miranda - Now available for Kindle, Nook, iPad and other e-Readers. read more »