StefanJammers
stefanjammers
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Exactly! Let’s really see beneath the carefully maintained veneer. Like DS9, if it focused on Garrick, Section 31 shenanigans, and Morn.

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Oh yeah, I forgot about the Orville. I think I'd rather look that up over watching this. 

30m
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“workmanlike” Yeah, that jives with my memory. The premise alone makes me want to look it up. 

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Thank you Jason for your fantastically interesting, out-of-left-field takes on things. It’s why I always look forward to seeing your byline.

2h
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I think I was really just hoping that it might share a little more of the anarchical tone of Rosencrantz (or rather lamenting that it probably never would). Like maybe they don’t all have to be so gung-ho and competent. Read more

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While the situation is obviously ripe with potential humour (titties, tee hee), that doesn’t preclude the seriousness of this behaviour. Pransksters is much too mild a descriptor that let’s these criminals off the hook.

6h
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Shit. I started to read the plot summary then abruptly stopped thinking I might want read it. Is it as good as it sounds?  Read more

6h
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Because they made us think that the Constellation of Orion was circular. The fuckers.

7h
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I was hoping for something along the lines of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Redshirt and Geek Ensign Are Dead?).

8h
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Lo and behold, the MRA whiners are replying, mewling pathetically at me. Bye Felicia!

8h
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I assume you mean not the “undead arisen”, which is true. These movies veer from Romero’s original take of fearing “humans as the real monsters*, and/or fear of our own relentless destructiveness. Read more

Aug 5
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Can we expect any game changers in such a milked-dry genre, is the question.

Aug 5
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1995 me, waiting 3hrs to download Doom with 56k modem, multiplied by however many times the phone connection glitches out, would like to have a word with you about patience. 😜

Aug 5
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Especially when, as an indy, they don’t have kazillions to throw at the problem right up front. Especially when they don’t even know whether their relatively unknown game will blow. Read more