Rusty Gatenby reviews the Star Trek Into Darkness, which is the 12th Star Trek movie. Besides being one of the biggest movies of the summer, he found out that an Orono woman ended up landing a role in the movie after attending a fundraiser.
"The Great Gatsby" is author F. Scott Fitzgerald's most famous novel. And he's one of Saint Paul's most famous residents, born in the city in 1896. And the new movie is the 5th adaptation of the book.
Rusty Gatenby is here to let you know if it is worth your time to check out the third movie this year so far that Dwayne Johnson’s been in – Pain and Gain. It’s where he plays a body builder turned crook. Plus, he checks out the Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman futuristic flick, Oblivion.
On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play major league baseball. Fast forward 66 years later and a new movie about Robinson’s life is about to hit theatres starring Harrison Ford. Rusty Gatenby sits down the with legendary actor to find out what it takes to bring a major milestone in history to life.
Back in 1981, director Sam Raimi scared a generation of moviegoers with the cult classic, The Evil Dead. Thirty two years later he is bringing it back and Rusty Gatenby says this version called, Evil Dead might be one of the best horror movies he has ever seen.