Even if you’re Starfleet Captain James T. Kirk, a man whose life has had its share of wild adventures and death-defying moments, the desire for comfort can be overruled by this fear of routine. Not even life in the 23rd century can change that. What’s getting lost in space when compared to the ennui of endlessly just going through the motions? Enter: Star Trek Beyond.
What do you get when J.J. Abrams produces a film in the Cloverfield universe, sets it in a bunker, and lets loose just a small cast that includes John Goodman and Mary Elizabeth Winstead? You get 10 Cloverfield Lane.
With Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the newest episode in the series, and the first without George Lucas’ touch, we see the end result of J.J. Abrams labour: no way can this thing be self-contained.
For our first entry into Star Wars Friday, here are the 10 best random characters from the universe that Lucas built.
By: Jared Greenspan For the first 90% of Star Trek Into Darkness there is nothing overtly objectionable, save perhaps for the lack of a colon in the title. You might […]