Posts Tagged ‘Zoe Saldana’
He’s a dad in real life, and now, he has once again agreed to be a dad to one of the most iconic characters of all time! That’s right, Chris Hemsworth is taking on the role of George Kirk, Captain Kirk’s dad, again! George passed away in the very beginning of the first movie, before […]
Out of this world news for Star Trek fans! We have a special Sunday treat for you: the second trailer for “Star Trek: Beyond”. Simon Pegg, who helped with the script for the movie, Zoe Saldana, Chris Pine, and Zachary Quinto are all back in the starship saddle again for the sequel. Unfortunately, it looks […]
A textured performance by Mark Ruffalo as a loving dad with mental instability makes this a don't-miss indie.
"Infinitely Polar Bear" is a personal story with universal themes about what drives families apart, and keeps them together.
The summer's biggest blockbuster is no disappointment, debuting as the first all-out comedy superhero movie.
NBC's remake of Roman Polanski's "Rosemary's Baby" feels more like a cheesy Lifetime movie with an inflated budget than a serious horror film.
"Guardians of the Galaxy," based on a lesser-known quintet of Marvel heroes, brings some much-needed frivolity to comic-book movies.
It is astonishing to me that fanboys consider the second "Star Wars" trilogy a soulless sellout, but deem J.J. Abrams' hyperactive "Trek" flicks awesome.
"Colombiana" wants us to see its heroine as more than a hottie in hip-hugging panties. But it can't spell the word "personal," let alone understand its meaning.
James Cameron's new Extended Collector's Edition of "Avatar" contains hours and hours of new goodies to experience.
It's a shame that "Avatar," a truly watershed epic and the top-grossing film of all time, is being given such a bare-bones video release.
"Drumline" — a marching-band film in step with themes of instruction, character and respect — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
"Avatar" — James Cameron's brawny cinematic spectacle — continues Nick Rogers' look at the 365 best films from 2000-2009.