Yeah, it’s just an absolutely strange decision. It’s obvious that the show has limited time, but that the guy the show is named after isn’t going to croak.
It’s symptomatic of the kind of lazy hackiness that continually lessened this show from being what it could be.
Reading Chabon’s interview I get a sense that with… Read more
I think the problem any Star Trek show going forward has is that it doesn’t just have to be good, it has to live up and outdo the expectations of any Star Trek fan. An episode of Picard, or Discovery isn’t compared to the actual quality of your average episode of TNG or TOS, it’s competing with the concept of ‘STAR… Read more
she was a student near the beginning of Annihilation and performed the... let’s say mysterious thing for spoiler’s sake, at the end
god dude you really need to change your diaper if you're this pissed off about having to wait A WHOLE WEEK between episodes of a thing
I know this isn’t the most positive review, but I came away from it thinking this show actually sounds really interesting. Ex Machina and Annihilation were great, so I’ll definitely give it a shot.
What I don’t understand is this whole “FX on Hulu” exclusivity thing. If it’s only available on Hulu, and all Hulu… Read more
And in five whole episodes no one’s mentioned plasma conduits. wtf?
I agree. I am not invested in this version of Picard or the story at all yet. I am giving it a season because I promised my sister and nagged her to give The Mandalorian a full season. But watching almost feels like eating my vegetables or doing my homework at the moment.
I see it the other way: that in five hours of Picard we’ve gotten half of one story so far, plus bits and pieces of backstory sprinkled throughout; but in five hours of TNG we would’ve gotten five separate stories, each presented to conclusion. If you mean that the action scenes in Picard are faster paced and more… Read more