At this point, saying “Fan reaction to The Last Jedi was negative” is kind of like saying “fan reaction to Vader being Luke’s father was negative.” That’s technically true; some fans WERE negative about that. But they were a small minority who were dwarfed by the massive box office returns and positive critical… Read more
According to some rumours, Kurtzman really dislikes DS9 and even banned any mention of the Dominion War in Picard, despite Chabon basing some of the Federation’s isolationist and protectionist viewpoints on the massive losses it had sustained during the conflict (which explains its reticence to help the Romulans a bit… Read more
Look...Ian...I mean this in the nicest way possible, and I say this as a fellow progressive who has tried to get people to vote for Bernie twice in a row, and this isn’t directed at you specifically but at the group you are currently representing with this article...but please, shut the fuck up. Read more
So am I! It’s definitely a departure from all other Star Trek series, yet still infused with all the things that make Star Trek be Star Trek, not just the mythology and lore but also the underlying tenets and values. Of the three shows in the franchise currently in their initial runs, it’s actually the one I’m most… Read more
I’d still prefer this show to take the Bridge Crew seriously. I think that the contrast would be better, rather than it being a ship full of quirky screwups (which it really was this episode), but at it’s core, the show is in the right place. It’s less a branded parody, than a proper Trek show that’s more focused on… Read more
That’s one thing I’ve been loving about the show over all, the way it’s a love letter to Trek that pokes fun at the franchise but doesn’t try to tear it down or make it look foolish.
Don’t be an asshole.
Shit the latest Metro was free?
He was most known for his roles in action movies, but those left him with some injuries that required a partial knee replacement and major surgery on his spine. After that, he wasn’t really able to take the kinds of parts for which he became famous.