The latest installment of Star Trek warps into theaters this weekend, compressing decades of canon into an action-oriented thrill ride. Regardless of whether or not you like what J.J.
Dear Animal Planet: All monsters are not created equal. We make monsters out of the minuscule, and even monsters out of nothing. You do both.
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