Mine was full of 'E's.
Believe it or not, at one point, someone tried to get Bridge qualified as an Olympic "sport".
Luckily, they failed.
Sensationalism sells, and nothing is sensational like the end of the world. Ergo, all news is about the end of the world.
Yet, somehow, I feel fine.
Karl Urban *NAILED* the role right from the beginning. John Cho sort of has the Sulu character down... remember Sulu always wanted to be a swashbucker (see "The Naked Time").
I'm still iffy on the rest of the cast. There are times when they seem to to fit into the characters, but then there are the horrendously awful moments...
Star Trek 3: Romulan Drift
Why not? He would be logical, instead of completely irrational.
I preferred Quake.
And too bad you don't know your Radioactive Man!!!
My EYES!!!!! The goggles do NOTHING!!!!!
Bell showed that Von Neumann's disproof of local hidden variable theories was flat out wrong.
My understanding is that hidden variables theories can be made to work if reality is non-local. And given that quantum entanglement appears to be non-local, hidden variables should be able to work.
This isn't Alamo Drafthouse's fault. Paramount chickened out.
The Nerdist blames Paramount.
Unfortunately, the arms cost $6 Million, and everything he does with them is in slow motion, accompanied by a reverb sound effect.
Thank you. I stand corrected.