In 2009, J.J. Abrams boldly went where almost no man had gone before: He successfully rebooted a beloved franchise. His "Star Trek" didn't please every Trekkie, of course. But most of them were pleasantly surprised by the way he honored the spirit of the original television series and movies...
"My Brother the Devil" is not at all the film I was expecting. And that's both a good thing and a not-so-good thing.
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Perhaps the iconic American novel "The Great Gatsby" isn't read much on the other side of the world -- like, for example, in Australia.
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