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RR47: Star Trek Nemesis Review

RR47: Star Trek Nemesis Review
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We conclude our TNG film era reviews with one of the more controversial Star Trek movies, Nemesis. Nemesis is the fourth TNG cast film and the tenth Star Trek movie, the last in the Prime timeline. Rae and Zach join Derreck for this movie review continuation. We discuss budgeting differences between the TNG era films, overall plot, how Nemesis might have the best space battle of the Star Trek movies, and so much more!

Join us next week as we cross into the Kelvin timeline for our review of Star Trek (2009)!

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Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

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Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

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RR47: Star Trek Nemesis Review

Venom Review

We enter the Venom-verse in this week’s episode with our spoiler-filled review of the new Venom movie! Plus, we talk news including new trailers from Good Omens, American Gods, Star Trek: Discovery, and Sabrina. We also discuss the new Doctor Who premiere, the passing of Scott Wilson, our first look at Ruby Rose’s Batwoman, and James Gunn’s move to DC.

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Venom Review

Winter Movie Preview with Oscar Bait

December is a magical time for cinema.  Everyone is breaking out their big guns.  Not the show stopping blockbusters, but the poignant Oscar bait.  This year is no different.  Here’s what The Grid is looking forward to this month:

December 4th:

imageChristmas Eve – Starring Patrick Stewart, Cheryl Hines
Obligatory Christmas movie stars legendary Patrick Stewart. I’d watch him no matter what he did.

Krampus – Adam Scott, Toni Collette
Hiring a bunch of comedic actors for a horror film based on the European legend of Krampus is a fantastic way to reel me in. Death by Christmas!

Macbeth – Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard
Boasting a talented cast of actors, one of Shakespeare’s finest works will undoubtedly be one of the best movies this season.  ***Oscar Bait***

December 11th:

imageThe Big Short – Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling
A fine group of actors gather in a film exposing the Wall Street corruption and the housing market inflation that lead to the crash of 2008. ***Oscar Bait***

In the Heart of the Sea – Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy
Based on the true story behind Moby Dick, Hemsworth takes on a new type of monster unlike any Thor has ever seen. ***Oscar Bait***

December 18th:

Sisters – Tina Fey, Amy Poehler
The long awaited reunion from the two best women in comedy, the movie focuses on one hell of a party and some spectacular cameos.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens – John Boyega, Daisy Ridley
Everyone has been waiting a life time for this movie. We’re no different. Give us stars. Give us wars.

December 25th:

imageConcussion – Will Smith, Alec Baldwin
You know a movie is bound to be good when the NFL personally tried to shut the movie down. ***Oscar Bait***

The Hateful Eight – Kurt Russell, Samuel L. Jackson
Quentin Tarantino tries his hand at a modern spaghetti western, promising us great monologues, a well thought out soundtrack, and a lot of blood. ***Oscar Bait***

Joy – Jennifer Lawrence, Robert de Niro
Following the life of Joy, Jennifer Lawrence tackles the first David O. Russell film featuring a woman front and center. She is still bringing Bradley Cooper along. ***Oscar Bait***

The Revenant – Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy
A man buried alive and deserted seeks revenge, and more importantly, the elusive Academy Award. ***Oscar Bait***

Did we leave anything out? What are you most excited to see this month? Comment below!

Winter Movie Preview with Oscar Bait