Maybe this one was tossed together, but doesn’t it ask some of the greatest Star Trek questions ever?
The film’s theme of calling is something that Bethea hopes viewers will connect with. She does. She has come to understand her own calling in the medium of film: “God gives me these gifts and passions, so I go in that direction.”
Tackling the big questions about life and sacrifice, we’re aboard the Enterprise and searching for Spock.
Roger Ebert called Superman III a “cinematic comic book,” and he didn’t necessarily mean that in a good way. Richard Lester’s direction took the film series from complex, thoughtful elements to more campy, silly moments.
After the mistakes, and after the clean up, there is time for coffee. Artie comes down into the kitchen and finds Alice drinking a cup of coffee (or herbal tea). He sits with her and the two of them have a great heart-to-heart about what happened. They also begin the hard work of mending their relationship.
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