That's a funny one, but my favorite is still http://www.dorkly.com/post/59234/an-open-letter-from-a-death-star-architect :
Leonard Nimoy, famous for the song and video "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" died this morning at his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles. He was 83 years old.
Nimoy was also in Star Trek.
(Disclaimer: anything even remotely resembling Star Wars is ultra-copyrighted by Disney Intellectual Property Inc.)
I will take a fifth (of synthehol).
I used to bullseye womp rats back home from a thousand meters. Now this. *sigh*
Now that Disney owns the smoldering remains of both Lucas and Henson, when are we going to see Kermit the Frog in a Star Wars film?
We sort of did, Miss Piggy appeared in Star Wars,
I am surprised with all talk about the new Star Trek movie coming out no one here as mentioned anything.
1. less crowdcrap with which to contend
2. less hype to read
I have high hopes for this, having heard snippets of the JOHN WILLIAMS score. As usual, it seems to be brilliant.
2015-12-21 05:15 from Freakdog @dogpound2 (Dog Pound BBS II)
I took my boys to see it in 3D on Saturday afternoon...crowd wasn't
that bad, at all.
You're in Indiana.
There's no such thing as a crowd except for the Indy 500...
Over this past weekend, my 15 year old son discovered -- and decided that he likes -- Star Trek. We were at a Christmas party and they decided that ST:TWOK would be a good Christmas movie to put on.
It figures ... after all these years there's finally a new Star Wars movie out, and we have a newly minted Star Trek fan.
TWOK might be the best one ever. W/ possible exception of the remake - Into Darkness.
A really effective villain makes a good movie.
That's "into Darkness" you insensitive clod!