wgseligman: (Ren Faire)
Quick review:

I just came back from seeing STID. Without spoiling: Benedict Cumberbatch is a great actor. He has the range to portray villains: nasty villains, noble villains, tragic villains. He could be Sherlock Holmes, the Doctor, Moriarity, the Master, or Richard III. But he's not the villain for this film.

That, plus plot holes you could fly a starship through, and physics that suits the needs of the moment. I've been a Star Trek fan since 1965, and there was too much fan service even for me.

So only two photon torpedoes at best, and that's as a simple disconnect-brain action flick. This is not Star Trek.
wgseligman: (Forest of Fear)
I just came back from seeing the movie. I'll get to the review, but first is the tale of my connection with Edgar Rice Burroughs' Mars.

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A heart-warming, feel-good story about a poor-but-honest religious separatist named Anton LaVey who gets together with his friends to put on a show and save the local church. In a world where he's treated by scorn and derided by neighbors, he rises up against injustice and...

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