5 things the producers of Heroes need to address to keep the fanboys and the public tuning in
The Star Trek Experience closed last week after a 10-year voyage. Citing conflicts between the hotel and Experience owners (read: money), the largest ongoing Star Trek convention, complete with rides, museum, shops and props is now no more. It was a Mecca for those “of the body” to “trek” to at least once in their lives and amongst all the glittering, headache inducing elements of Las Vegas, it was a fascinating oasis of geekiness.
I am Finally Prepared to Review “Planet of the Apes”
I do have a quick question: Who was the final Cylon?
Yep, I said it, and by the four arms of the Kraken, I stand by it! My mom is a total sci-fi geek/nerd and I’m posting it for millions to see.
To me, anyone who hasn’t taken a chance at a show that critics repeatedly call “The Best Show on Television”, might not be worth the additional effort. If they couldn’t watch a show that dealt with terrorism, patriotism, war and suffering like no other drama has done on television when it first aired, then it is THEY who have the problem.
I’m gonna inflame every Star Wars chat room this side of the (insert obscure Star Wars location here) Spice Mines of Kessel (Boo-yah!) and say that if this movie is gonna fail, there’s a possibility that it’s gonna be Lucas’ fault.
There really is something now called “Earth Hour”, the point of which is to turn off your lights for one hour?
So I’m watching “I am Legend”, a moniker that will never apply to this film, and I can tell you when it loses me. Any guesses? Will Smith? Too easy? Changing the ending of the brilliant Richard Matheson novella? Nope. Adding a cute (white) kid? Nah. Changing the only other character in the novella’s backstory completely, and thus invalidating the need to call this film an “Adaptation”? Please!