Let me being by saying that I am not a huge fan of J.J. Abrams (and I still think the subtitle, The Force Awakens. is pretty weak). He’s talented, but feels relatively passionless to me. He also efficient–he finished Star Wars: The Force Awakens almost disconcertingly quick–but I am not sure I am feeling the love. […]
The halcyon days when trailers simply existed to inform viewers about a particularly movie, as opposed to being events in and of themselves, is pretty much a thing of the past. If I had any doubts, then the email I received from The Hollywood Reporter removed them. It explains that the trailer for the J.J. Abrams-directed Star […]
Truth be told, I am neither a huge Star Wars fan (beyond the first film and its sequel, The Empire Strikes Back) nor too interested in J.J. Abrams as a director (way too many lens flares). That being said when video of the Millennium Falcon is posted, you repost it. Because “when you’re nose to nose […]
Let me begin by saying that I didn’t start out hating “Lost” when it originally aired back in 2004. In fact, I honestly didn’t watch enough episodes to form any sort of opinion (of the informed variety, at any rate). The thing is, I am a huge fan of horror and science fiction movies and […]
I should mention that I have said the same thing about “Tron: Legacy,” and while there appears to be minimal movement on that front, all signs seem to indicate that it is happening. Guillmero Del Toro’s “Pacific Rim,” which cost somewhere between $180-200 million to produce, and earned just over $407 million worldwide – most […]
A very rare bird. Think of a coelacanth (which were discovered alive a few decades ago, though despite being such a remarkable, unusual creature it may be endangered) or a Tasmanian Tiger (none discovered alive, though rumors persist). It’s that unusual. What makes it such a great idea is that the original – a precursor […]
This trailer, called “Stranger” is from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions. It looks like a bit of viral marketing, but for what, I have no idea. It is pretty interesting, though.