Why 'Trek' continues to matter, or not matter.
"... then this movie will seem like every other one. Do you read me?"
On the whole alternate universe of unfilmed movies that exists only as scripts in a vault somewhere.
Why there will be no "this generation's Star Wars", not even from Star Wars itself.
J.J. Abrams can have his Star Trek Wars, but include me out.
My good buddy McD dissents from my dissention. There's a lot here to chew on -- a lot of it does, I think, come down to "what does Star Trek mean for all involved" (i.e,. personal interpretation), although my feeling...
A fierce dissection of Star Trek (the new movie). I read it and realized something: I'd enjoyed the movie while it was unfolding, but after a week I really hadn't given it a second thought. It had gone in one...
The first graf of Ebert's review of the new Star Trek movie makes me worry that my fears about the franchise being turned into a loud, annoying action movie are all too founded: Star Trek :: rogerebert.com :: Reviews“Star Trek”...
I haven't had high hopes -- or much of any hope, really -- for J.J. Abrams's "reboot" of the Star Trek franchise. It doesn't have much to do with Abrams's skill as a filmmaker, really. For me, it breaks down...
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