In the last two days, articles for the blogathon have analyzed Plummer in two different World War II-themed pictures, plus his memorable turn as a Star Trek villain.
My final look at 1980s cinema includes a classic political warning, the best Bond and the worst Star Trek.
The new Star Trek film captures the spirit of the old 1960s TV show in a way that the previous two films in the reboot series haven't.
Bad Star Trek, a $5.00 Italian dinner, topless waitresses, one of the Righteous Brothers and a Newde Girl in a Fishbowl await us as we go on the town in San Francisco in 1968.
Composer James Horner scored some of the biggest movies ever--and some emotional moments of my life.
Mad Men is dead. Long live Mad Men!
One of Star Trek's "worst" episodes provides a fascinating insight into America in 1969.
I admired Leonard Nimoy as an actor, a creative force, a Jew and a human being. He truly left the world a better place.
Let's take a break from history...and celebrate geekdom! This article from Dave's Corner of the Universe introduces the intriguing concept of "Trek in the Park"--live [...]
This odd-looking machine is called a bathyscaphe, and while it's accurate to say it's a type of submarine, that doesn't quite capture what it is [...]