Not even ten years ago, to all but the most fervent of Star Trek enthusiasts, the Star Trek universe appeared to be dead. With disappointing box office results for the tenth Star Trek film, Nemesis, and low ratings for the fifth Star Trek series, Enterprise, there was no reason to expect something happening in the… Read More Boldly going where no ‘Star Trek’ story has gone before
The biggest show in America is winding down to its’ final competitors. We take a look at the Final Four of American Idol’s eighth season – Kris Allen, Adam Lambert, Danny Gokey, and Allison Iraheta. ADAM LAMBERT Pros: He has the buzz – plain and simple. He’s been the focus of most of the media… Read More Comparing the Final Four
*for those who, like Christina Aguilera, aren’t sure of Lady Gaga’s gender Every once in a while, an artist pops up out of (seemingly) nowhere and manages to capture the essence of a period of time. In today’s celebrity-obsessed culture, no one is poised to be that kind of artist more than Lady Gaga. A… Read More Who – or what* – is Lady Gaga?
In their new film I Love You, Man, Paul Rudd plays Peter Klaven, a newly engaged man who finds, to his horror, that he has no close male friends. Enter Sydney Fife (Jason Segal), who manages to not only fill that void, but causes Peter to evaluate the place he’s at in life. NOTE: The contents… Read More Bro-Mance
As the first winner of American Idol, Kelly Clarkson has long been considered the bar against which all other winners (as well as other former contestants) are measured. While few have come close to capturing Clarkson’s magic (namely: Carrie Underwood, Chris Daughtry, and Jennifer Hudson), no one has managed to truly eclipse the singer. Along… Read More Jagged Little Idol no more?
To give him credit, Shia LaBeouf certainly has landed himself in one of the most blessed positions in Hollywood. As the now-apparent go-to guy for director Steven Spielberg, LaBeouf has managed to make the unlikely transformation from Disney Channel has-been to box-office gold. Unfortunately, not all of the films featuring LaBeouf are worth the aforementioned… Read More Review: ‘Eagle Eye’
For fans of author Nicholas Sparks, Nights in Rodanthe promises to please its intended audience approximately as much as previous films A Walk to Remember and The Notebook. For fans of romance films, though, the same might not apply. While held together well (admirably, even) by stars Richard Gere and Diane Lane (in their third… Read More Review: ‘Nights in Rodanthe’