Category: Chris Pine

50 hot guys – 2014

50 hot guys – 2014

The movie list is clearly late this year. I’ll have to think of something wildly interesting to post between this list and the tv list or my blog will have become just hot guys and then more hot guys. One of the great things about the movie list is that it offers variety. Except for pilots and new series, the tv list is a lot of the same guys a lot of the time. But sometimes even our favorites aren’t in a movie every year so the list gets mixed up. Kel let me pick all the pictures this year […]

Star Trek Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness

Posted May 25, 2013 : Chris Pine, Review

This review is not going to be fair. I just want to be clear about that upfront. And it’s not because Into Darkness wasn’t good; it just wasn’t what I wanted it to be.

I wanted it to be surprising and inventive. I wanted it to be smarter than I am and the dialog to be more clever than I am.

Event Horizon

Event Horizon

Posted February 17, 2012 : Chris Pine, Event Horizon, Reese Witherspoon

I know, since this is only the second Event Horizon of the year you have to be wondering if it’s suddenly become a monthly feature rather than a weekly feature. Well, life has been busy. And the news hasn’t been that interesting. And I’m not one to post just for the sake of posting so… You’ll probably argue that the news has been terribly interesting. The Golden Globes happened and Chuck ended and really we’re in the middle of the awards season (not that anyone outside of Hollywood cares all that much about the SAG awards and the PGA awards […]

Unstoppable

Unstoppable

Posted November 13, 2010 : Chris Pine, Review

In some ways Unstoppable is a simple movie – simple plot, handful of characters in a few locations. But a movie doesn’t have to be vast or complicated to be good. You know what they say

Star Trek

Star Trek

Posted May 10, 2009 : Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine, Review

I saw Star Trek this weekend. Loved it. I actually haven’t liked a movie that much in a long time. I just walked out of it feeling happy and whole and refreshed. Probably didn’t hurt that I