Plus: J.J. Abrams is still sensitive to 'Star Trek' criticism.
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We're kind of glad he passed.
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'It's good. I liked it.'
Apparently, Shatner was unable to pronounce the word 'sabotage' on the original TV series.
Yeah, pretty much.
Roger Ebert and Armond White take the film to task.
Expectations for J.J. Abrams's don't-call-it-a-reboot 'Star Trek' couldn't be bigger. But let's be realistic: This is not a sure thing.
Plus: 'Scrubs' creator Bill Lawrence will hit you in the face.
A few minutes ago, Fox announced that it's officially renewing 'Fringe' for a full 22-episode second season.
"Every time I get on an airplane, I have a routine. It's not Airborne. That stuff doesn't work."
Those who've seen it have complained of J.J. Abrams's egregious overuse of lens flare in the film. And even J.J. Abrams thinks he might've gone a little overboard.
Turns out he hated 'Star Trek' just as much as you did.
"Smart and breathless."
Trekkies, hold tight.
It's a good question.
As you've come to expect from J.J. Abrams, nothing is random.
With just a few minor reservations, a theater full of people who'd have been just as excited to see a 27-year-old movie can recommend the new 'Star Trek,' which they saw for free.
Trekkies are afraid J.J. Abrams might try to shamelessly pander to non-fans with racy sex scenes, but all the fuss is over nothing.