I saw Star Trek last night at UA Marina Pacifica. It was okay. The best part were the scenes inside City Council chambers where the "Starfleet Federation" bigshots met.
I thought it was a hoot to see who was sitting in my seat. Star Trek was a little more positive than "Dexter" which glamorizes a guy who kills people with Long Beach as background even though it is supposed to be Florida.
Maybe someday, someone will do a movie about Long Beach that portrays the city in a good light...although I have to admit I did like "Usual Suspects."
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Monday, June 1, 2009
Save Station 18
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