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Star Trek (movie, 2009)

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  • Film Review: 'Remix, Remake, Rip-Off: About Copy Culture and Turkish Pop Cinema'

    Raucous, rowdy and regrettably scatter-brained, Cem Kaya's side-splitting essay film "Remake, Remix, Rip-off" marks a noble, albeit disorganized effort to convey the appeal of vintage Turkish pop cinema to the world at large. As with sensory-overload...
  • Although familiar, 'The Giver's' tale is well-told

    "The Giver," director Phillip Noyce's handsomely wrought take on Lois Lowry's bestseller, may suffer for sins not of its own making. It's the latest in the long line of movies "The Hunger Games," "Divergent," "Ender's Game," "The Host," "How I Live Now"...
  • Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema to present LGBT Film Series

    For the third annual LGBT Film Series, the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema at SteelStacks is teaming up with the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center and Pride of the Greater Lehigh Valley to present a monthlong celebration of movies featuring lesbian,...
  • Orlando's Manny Coto receives Imagen Award

    Orlando's Manny Coto receives Imagen Award
    Congratulations to Orlando filmmaker Manny Coto, who has received the Imagen Award for creative achievement. He recently worked as show runner on "24: Live Another Day," the Fox miniseries, with writing partner Evan Katz. Coto and Katz were writers...
  • Universal acquires Anne Rice's 'Vampire Chronicles' book series

    Universal acquires Anne Rice's 'Vampire Chronicles' book series
    Universal Pictures is sinking its teeth into "The Vampire Chronicles," Anne Rice's popular book series chronicling the exploits of an 18th century French-aristocrat-turned-bloodsucker. The studio has acquired movie rights to the existing and future...
  • Comic-Con, Hollywood and the nature of modern fandom

    Comic-Con, Hollywood and the nature of modern fandom
    At the annual Comic-Con International expo, pop-culture fandom is elevated to veritable religious status, and the convention's 130,000-odd attendees have countless ways to worship at the altars of their choosing. Want to dress up as a Stormtrooper? Suit...
  • Shift into the Portland, Ore., spirit with a bike tour around town

     Shift into the Portland, Ore., spirit with a bike tour around town
    Portlandia is pridefully weird, with its love of beards, bikes and crazy junk food. After a couple of high-calorie days here, I want to put the fetching little city on my handlebars and ride. So I do. Cycle Portland Bike Tours' basic ride-around...
  • Women Prevailing Despite Sexism in Slowly-Changing Below-the-Line Industry

    When Rita Lundin was working as a driver on "Men in Black 3," the message from her Teamsters coordinator was blunt: We don't like to work with women. "He told me he wouldn't be able to sleep, thinking I wasn't going to make it to the set and that I...
  • Alex Kurtzman, Chris Morgan to reboot Universal's classic monsters

    Alex Kurtzman, Chris Morgan to reboot Universal's classic monsters
    Like Dr. Frankenstein in his arcane laboratory, Universal Pictures is on a mission to revive the dead. The studio is embarking on a project to reboot its library of classic monster movies, with writer-producers Alex Kurtzman (of the "Star Trek" and...
  • Hollywood Points the Focus to Fans at Comic-Con

    The velvet rope that has divided Hollywood from its fanbase at San Diego's Comic-Con is showing some slack. Studios and TV networks that spend millions to set up shop in the city each July are embracing a strategy that involves more screenings, photo ops...
  • For two 'Star Trek' fans, marriage is the final frontier

    For two 'Star Trek' fans, marriage is the final frontier
    Theirs is a marriage made, if not in heaven exactly, then at least in intergalactic space. Mark Restucci popped the question last October, dropping to one knee in the style of his hero, Captain James T. Kirk of the starship Enterprise. Amy Campbell said...
  • 'Into the Storm' stumbles on substance, style

    Curse "The Blair Witch Project." Ever since that film captivated audiences in 1999 with its "found footage" approach to filmmaking, directors have been trying to mimic the style and generally failing at the effort. "Into the Storm" is the latest attempt...