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Fri, May 7, 2021, 4:02pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: ENT S4: In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II

@Cetric - You underestimate the power of Empress Hoshi Sato. Not entirely sure why she didn't just ally herself with Archer and rule the galaxy together. But either way, humanity has shown its loyalty to dynasties and capable and persuasive leadership before.

@SomeCommentator - I got the impression that the Defiant would be a decisive factor in the war and that Earth would now prevail given it was vastly superior to any ship of that era - human, or otherwise. I guess, once some "new" government was created/imposed, they would indeed go about reverse engineering the ship to upgrade others, and go on a major offensive and crush the "insignificant rebellion."

I don't subscribe that humanity would just be totally pure evil though. Indeed the episodes did hint at some humans (not all) not having a problem with aliens per se. Just that they wanted the Earth Empire to govern the planets in question. Instead of a voluntary Federation.

From what I understand, given these episodes didn't link with the main series, there were some novels of some sort that showed Hoshi's line continuing until we eventually reach the 24th century and the Earth Empire encounters the main universe we know and the Enterprise E crew?

Enjoyable two parter. Maybe it relating to the main show might have helped. I also would have preferred at least SOME loyalty to their Captain, than a constant set of characters throwing punches.
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:55pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: TNG S2: Q Who

Q's speech near the end is pure gold.
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:54pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: TNG S2: Up the Long Ladder

Why would they not choose to clone several Deanna Troi's?
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:47pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Trek Into Darkness

I enjoyed Into Darkness in terms of its plot. Personally thought it was better than the 2009 movie. Not keen on the beaming technology device thing. Nor on the different weaponry than we are used to. A few plot holes too. Enjoyable as a film though.

There also needed to be more pushback against Marcus' tactics which clearly are not in keeping with the morals and regulations of Starfleet. The opening scene with the Prime Directive, I enjoyed.

One has to agree that Khan had a point. Though initially when he sought vengeance, when he came to realise his people were alive, it seemed like he had reached a point where he was willing to accept the consequences of his actions provided someone honourable (like Kirk) would abide by the rules instead of someone like Marcus who tried to kill him.

The Enterprise didn't seem to have much of a battle though. Hardly fired a shot. The Vengeance to me looked like the Enterprise D.

Thing is Section 31 was always shown to be working in the interests of the Federation and bending the rules. It was not shown to actively engage in killing Starfleet officers, or Federation citizens. So it seems a stretch at the end. Furthermore, are there just zero ships around Earth, or any sensors, or Starbase watching this battle take place and wondering what's going on?

I feel like the Asian lady at the start of the film was familiar.

Starfleet Headquarters seems woefully undefended.

One wonders if Marcus has a point with regards to his plan to boost Starfleet's capacity. Starting a war though seems a very silly and un-Federation thing to do. I do agree on the point about Uhura reaching a peace with the Klingons would have been better. You could have had one ship turn up suddenly and fire on them in that scene, instead of the conversation and the Klingon hears about honour, but decides to kill her anyway.

There don't seem to be enough Starships around.

Enjoyable as a film.

If one isn't keen, at least one can take these as an alternative universe unlike what they shamelessly did to the Star Wars saga.
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:37pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Trek (2009)

The film was enjoyable enough to watch as an action film.

Though I'd have preferred if they did NOT change time. The alternative universe angle serves only one purpose - which is to maintain the continuity of the other Star Trek films. But in other films we have always maintained the timeline when time travel is involved (Voyage Home and First Contact).

I didn't like this alternative universe aspect and certain lense flare or character behaviours from Spock who seemed too out of control sometimes. Uhura was great. The film needed to slow down sometimes. The opening was interesting (though the Romulan ship should not have been changing time) with very touching music for sure. And the scene with Kirk looking up at the Shipyard was also decent.

Could have been done slightly differently I guess to make it a little more wholesome as a Star Trek film. The cast for the younger versions of the Kirk era were pretty good. I do agree that the beaming so far away seems lore breaking though. With such technology, you'd hardly need Starships.

Also I do not see how Captain Spock would have the right to give orders that his first officer be ejected from the Enterprise!

Also shields seem non existent. Whilst I get the Romulan ship was far more powerful from the future, the Enterprise doesn't seem to have any shielding when hitting objects in space like the debris field. You don't see the debris graze shields and overwhelm them, instead you just see the ship itself be scratched.

The scene above Titan looked good. The thing is the film visually looked great. But I'd rather them have done this in a way that didn't create an alternative universe.
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:31pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Trek: Nemesis

This film had a lot of potential and the battle scene near the end was decent.

I do agree that the scene with Troi and the mind was not particularly good viewing and seemed very unnecessary.

Also, the Federation send just one ship to Romulus itself? Not to a neutral location? Though the Scimitar was a purpose designed vessel, I would still like to see our Enterprise E hold its own for a while until they used some special weapon, or something.

I'm not sure I bought the accent of the "young" Picard clone Shinzon.

Above all I am not keen on the loss of Data. That is the biggest no for me. I'd have preferred him to have lived. If you wanted someone to make a sacrifice, I'd rather have had the other android perhaps understand the situation and make the sacrifice.

Or come on, there has to be a way - somehow - to do the same battle, but Data survives.

The lady Romulan commander was pretty cool. I will say this - the battles in this film were much nicer than the lense flare and pew pew for just a few seconds in the new films.

The story of this film needed some tweaking. Or I guess a different premise. And Data must live!
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:25pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Trek: Insurrection

Interesting comment above - "I agree with the person who posted that Patrick Stewart thought that should be the theme for a trilogy of movies. I agree: A battle for the soul of the Federation, as members cross lines that shouldn't be crossed."

True. This film was not bad, but I can see the argument that it felt like a TV episode. Perhaps with a bit more of a serious tone at the start, and maybe with the potential for a civil war within Starfleet over the best way forward for the Federation, it could add some weight to it. Especially since the Federation Council had already given orders to the Admiral to okay this plan.

You'd then have the tension of Starfleet potentially firing upon other Starfleet vessels and Picard maybe giving an impassioned speech to honour the ideals they were sworn to uphold.

I did like the Baku lady, Word was funny, Deanna, Geordi's eyes scene which was very moving to be able to see, and the Enterprise E in general.

I'm not sure I'd have had the Enterprise E struggle that much even though they weren't outfitted for that type of space. Perhaps have them severely outnumbered rather than just facing two ships to explain that difficulty.

You could have had an interesting scene of events with Starfleet ships ordered to suppress the "Insurrection" of the flagship and then Picard sway them with words and impress sanity upon the Federation Council again.
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:13pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Trek: First Contact

A beautiful film. Truly inspiring and a great story.

I LOVE the Enterprise E. Sleek and elegant.

The film shows us Earth at a crucial stage, the reveal of the first aliens we encounter is superbly done. The music is just PHENOMENAL. What a soundtrack.

The way time travel is used, whilst maintaining the timeline - I .e. that this was predetermined that the Enterprise helps events take place - was very well done.

Really great film all around. This is what Star Trek should be about and shows that you can have action with a great storyline, soundtrack and humour with context.

@JamesG - They didn't notice the Starship Enterprise E in orbit, because they intentionally hid behind the Moon, observing the Vulcans from a distance.
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:10pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home


This is honestly a wonderful film. I love this film and First Contact. These are Star Trek films. The dialogue you quoted was also just brilliant. I like seeing when our future Star Trek characters interact with our present (their past). Spock trying to grasp human vocabulary and the rest trying to understand money (and the Doctor appalled by the barbarism of our present day medicine!) was wonderful.

I do concur. What happened to Star Trek? I used to love watching TNG, Voyager and Enterprise.
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Fri, May 7, 2021, 3:08pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: PIC S1: Stardust City Rag


Thank you. It's EmpressHoshi (like the Hoshi of the Mirror episode mwah ha ha).

I just wish we had the real Star Trek inspiration of the past. Was watching TNG Pegasus the other day and thinking what a great episode. That is the type of thing we COULD have seen in the Picard show. Of two, or three viewpoints about how Starfleet, how the Federation, and how humanity should evolve from here. Indeed didn't Q mention the trial never stops as well.

I personally would have preferred if Data was just rescued somehow and alive. Then have him experiment with an ageing programme to explain his greying hair if necessary.

Instead we got no exposition of the galaxy. And people swearing with the F word which is unthinkable in Star Trek. No real story either nor inspiring characters.

If you take First Contact or the Voyage Home, they were both inspiring. Insurrection provided a potential storyline they could've followed here with the Federation Council perhaps going against the principles of the Federation again and for that reason Picard returning.

Action scenes need to have context to make it enjoyable. For now, it seems like there isn't really any story whatsoever and that's really saddening given the massive potential that's there. I thought Voyager could have ended slightly better, but loved that show. Still have to watch all of DS9. Loved Enterprise, and again that show felt like Star Trek.
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Wed, May 5, 2021, 3:07pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: VOY S3: Worst Case Scenario

I loved this episode. Firstly very clever opening. I loved the Holodeck programme as a concept of a Mutiny.

Indeed, I would actually have liked to have seen an attempted Mutiny in an actual episode which could have been a thrilling thing to thrash out.
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Wed, May 5, 2021, 3:04pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: ENT S4: Cold Station 12

Solid episode. I do agree with a comment above, if an understanding of peace was reached between the Augments that already exist and Humanity, surely there would be peaceful co-existence just as with any other species that Earth encounters and hopes to establish good relations with?

Hell, they could even prove to be a great ally. Persis as a character I really liked. Not only extremely attractive physically, but she seemed to be someone who thought a lot. We didn't necessarily see a lot of the others in the background, but it appeared that not all of them were necessarily as "lost" as the self proclaimed leader of them.

Very good episode. Not sure why that Station doesn't have much much better Security though.
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Wed, May 5, 2021, 3:00pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: ENT S4: Borderland

Really good episode. Good acting by Spiner. Interesting concept also.

Persis (Abby Brammell), damn she looked good. Really good. Personally I would have welcomed her back to Earth with open arms.

A certain part of me wondered though, if the Augments could be persuaded to stop attacking Klingon ships, what precisely is the problem with them now that they have already been created? There doesn't seem to be a stated desire on their part to conquer Earth.
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Wed, May 5, 2021, 2:54pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: PIC S1: Stardust City Rag


Same here. There was so much potential. The series could have had Picard as a father figure of Starfleet and the Federation. Had the Enterprise E (or F?). Had Picard occasionally pranked by Q. Shown us a Federation that was trying to rediscover its spirit post the war against the Dominion etc.

Indeed, could have indeed shown us "the economics of the future" and inspired awe like the film First Contact.

As for the wine farm, one would assume that resources are virtually infinite and costless on Earth where there is no money and the technology allowing one to make wine the old fashioned way and give it to enthusiasts. Perhaps it could be simply done for pleasure, done to "taste the good stuff" for those not keen on the replicated synthetic stuff or traded in a bartering manner.

The fine wine would have to compete equally with Klingon blood wine given their Alliance I suppose. However, perhaps the Federation places massive tariffs on any incoming Cardassian Four Lights blend into their market.

I'm not sure we see enough of Earth as a utopia and the vision of humanity that Star Trek is meant to epitomise. Especially as this is meant to be the furthest out in the future we have ever seen on screen. War, poverty, disease are meant to have been gone for centuries.
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Wed, May 5, 2021, 2:42pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: VOY S6: Blink of an Eye

Firstly this was an absolutely beautiful episode of Voyager and epitomises what Star Trek is about. Just wonderful episode. Moving, interesting and awe inspiring. Lovely.

The visual effects, the concept and story were really nicely done. Five star episode.

As far as the people of this planet go and progress at such a rapid rate given the time factor, I do concur on the notion of this civilisation becoming virtually omnipotent at some point. Indeed, I would love if these were the beings we come to know as the Q, having mastered all of time and space. Would indeed provide another reasoning for their "interest" in humanity.
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 7:12pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: TNG S7: The Pegasus

PHENOMENAL episode. The Admiral seemed mad to risk taking the Enterprise into that asteroid. Great plot about the Federation creating this device and seeking to secure it.

Whilst I liked Picard placing the Admiral under arrest and a test of loyalty on the bridge of the Enterprise, I do wonder if the Federation might have maintained this strategic advantage. Even if the device were to be retained in a secret facility on Earth to be used if necessary.

In any case, given the Mutiny on the Pegasus was covered up, wouldn't the same thing happen again now upon taking the Admiral back to Earth? Wasn't it Starfleet who had given him a mandate in the first place?

Worf should have made a snap decision to launch a pre-emptive strike on Romulus with the device giving the Enterprise a tactical advantage.

Picard did the honest and honourable thing, but admittedly the Federation are giving up a significant advantage over an unscrupulous enemy known for their subterfuge and hostility. It could have been kept as a backup for defensive purposes, or to combat the Borg! Materialise quantum torpedos in the heart of Borg vessels by unphasing them out of nowhere.

Also I wondered, wouldn't the Romulans have opened fire immediately when the Enterprise decloaked?
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 7:06pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: TNG S4: The Nth Degree

SOLID episode. Brilliant how he became more confident in himself. To me it seemed like the episode suggested that he retained some of his ability/instincts, or else just simply released his inner innate talents.

Wouldn't Data have been able to have understood Barclay up to a point given his super intelligence?

Was the ending alluding to Deanna and Barclay banging? Or I guess a date.
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 7:03pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: TNG S3: Hollow Pursuits

This was a fun episode. Some of Barclay's holo programmes were interesting to say the least. I do wonder as to how many of the crew had a "Counsellor Troi" programme. It does bring up the case of privacy in terms of people just being able to walk in on your holodeck time. I get that Barclay had not turned up to a pre-arranged meeting though.

Would have taught them a lesson had they walked in on him running a simulation of the engineering problem with holographic simulations of Albert Einstein, Spock and Data.

I mean what was to have prevented them from walking in on the guy in the middle of a Menage a Trois with two holographic Trois?

Good episode overall and good introduction of the Barclay character. I fully agreed with Picard and Geordi about the nicknames of him would stop immediately. To me that was the one thing that seemed odd since humans were meant to be above such petty snide behaviour - especially STARFLEET OFFICERS. If Riker was doing that, he should be dismissed as well. That's basically bullying. And Picard was ultimately right. Barclay did go on to prove himself a most able and capable Starfleet officer as per later episodes (even if we don't include Voyager). Had Picard actually not encouraged this, one wonders what would have become of the poor chap. Though I guess he had a career in holographic novels.
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 6:57pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: TNG S2: Where Silence Has Lease

Fairly good episode. Liked the end with the self destruct cancellation. That part was gold.
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 6:55pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


I wouldn't say JJ is good with casting, or storyline. He would be good at directing someone else's cohesive vision with a cast picked entirely by someone else. He's done certain films, or shows where that has been the case. I don't think that applies to these films though in terms of their cast, nor their storyline.

Frankly it seems bizarre you wouldn't get him to direct George's actual sequels and have the cast picked by the same people who casted the prequels. Could have had say Anthony Hopkins as Darth Plageuis, Jessica Alba/Chloe Bennet as the red Twilek character, the original cast reprising their roles, Ben Barnes as the young Solo (Prince Caspian), William Mosley as the other Solo, or Luke's child and say Naomi Scott, or Olympia Valance as Kira/Jaina Skywalker/Solo (who are far more likeable and better actresses than Daisy Ridley). Someone like say Gal Gadot, or Diane Lane as Mara Jade Skywalker. Benedict Cumberbatch, or Matt Damon as an Imperial Commando, or Thrawn. Possibilities were endless.

Indeed someone did do a fan Youtube video called "Hoshino" with a Master (resembling Luke) and an apprentice (played by Anna Akana) which was fantastic. That looks BETTER than TFA and you're watching Youtubers. Says a lot when the people given teams of people, hundreds of millions of dollars and literally had George Lucas' scripts to hand (which they threw away) and an entire set of expanded universe books (which they also threw away) don't come up with a storyline that honours the creator's vision, nor even have any idea what they're doing, or plan it. They just wanted to have a random story about randoms and decided to leech off the saga. I would surmise that they knew full well that had they NOT made this Episode 7, 8 and 9 and instead made it a brand new trilogy set entirely separate from the main saga, that hardly anyone would bother to watch it. After all, not many of us I would imagine went to go and see Episode 7 to go and watch random fucking Rey.

Rogue One on the other hand was awesome. So I cannot understand the complete contradiction in the love of Star Wars within Lucasfilm. Anything related to the Disney sequels just seems completely ridiculous. It's the same with the video games that are coming out in terms of their story.
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 6:48pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

They should have used George's story in the first place. He had his own intended sequels and it seems utterly disrespectful not to honour the creator's own vision as intended thus having his sacred saga as the 9 episode storyline he envisioned.

There were also Expanded Universe novels (written during the George Lucas era) that at least have some planning to them. If you didn't have a plan, why on Earth do the senseless, disrespectful and despicable act of denigrating the Star Wars saga? It was never meant to be about random people. You could have made anthology films, or a completely different trilogy altogether. As someone here mentioned, Rogue One was a great example of what could be done. There are stories/games/books set in the Old Republic era whose video game trailers show great potential.

The Force Awakens was absolutely awful and ruined any potential for a sequel. When watching the reaction, it seems fitting to quote a line from the prequels - "So this is how Star Wars dies. With thunderous applause." Mind you, TFA didn't make as much as ANH when accounting for inflation and frankly I am sure that George's real sequels, including his Episode 7 would have made more money than TFA as well as giving us a proper story. The Last Jedi was like the little child in the story of the Emperor without Clothes who reveals the obvious to the crowd, that the Emperor - in this case TFA - is naked. From the Youtube clips of The Rise of Skywalker, this film is actually sad. Not even laughable. Just so bad. Talk about truly disrespecting Episodes 1 to 6 and the entire lore of the Star Wars saga. The Disney sequels are not sequels. Hell I cannot even call them fan fiction since I am sure that ANY fan could come up with a more imaginative story than this, that has at least some coherence to the saga. Part of the problem is some people, including the clueless writers, not grasping that the Saga was meant to be about a family and a storyline. You can't just insert whatever random crap you want into it, since it wouldn't have any contextual relevance to its premise.

This has to be one of the most monumental wasted opportunities and cock ups in cinema history.

To hell with Rey.
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 6:39pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: VOY S7: Endgame

@Facundo, Star Trek Voyager is a wonderful series. I do concur with a comment above which I think worth quoting and similarly to what I think:

"The premise itself was extremely interesting and strong - a Starfleet vessel flung to the other side of the galaxy with a journey of 70 years back home to Earth. There were some wonderful episodes like "Blink of an Eye", to "Someone to watch over me" and the iconic quotes like "They've got lasers... A black man and some bald guy!""

- YES. I agree. Really great premise and some superb episodes and quotes.

"There were also some interesting concept like the Macquis and moral Chakotay integrating with the Starfleet crew. I wish there had been an actual mutiny set of episodes though. The Equinox double bill was superb, though I would have liked to have seen a "Starfleet Pegasus" ship having joined them even if only briefly (perhaps sacrificing itself just like the Pegasus). "

Good point on the Battlestar Galactica analogy. It was also interesting to see the Macquis/Starfleet element and former Starfleet personnel as members of the Macquis.

"This finale though - I'm mixed. An entertaining episode yes. And as a finale it would be sad that it was ending. But it's bittersweet. I am at a loss to explain as to why they made it a bit 'anticlimactic' at the end. There should have been a GLORIOUS arrival on Earth (a little like the opening of the actual episode) and some celebration..or something."

THIS is one of the things I am saddened by. It felt like the ending was not the one we needed, nor deserved, nor what the show deserved. Frankly they could have skipped that weird Boxing episode earlier and used that extra 45 minutes for the Finale to show us celebrations on Earth, and make a more wholesome story in terms of any time travel like the movies First Contact and Voyage Home.

" events need to have already happened and thus time maintained rather than changing it. It was of course cool to see the Borg being destroyed like that, but surely maintain time somehow. "


"The series was great and each Star Trek series had its own greatness. Before the dark times. Before lense flare."


I do agree on the romance having alluded to Janeway/Chakotay - even if it happened after they got home to Earth. Similarly I thought Harry and Seven a much better pairing based on development. Also likely based on development is Seven being made a Captain before him at this rate.

"There was chemistry there from the "Do you wish to copulate" scene and "I play the clarinet... You are not on the list Ensign". It would have also given both a happy ending."

"I loved Voyager, I just feel they could have done the ending better. Replace the 'filler episodes' by giving the finale more screen time and show the glorious ending on Earth. If necessary, skip forward several years to the SAME anniversary celebration this time with ALL characters present - except it's a reunion now they all made it back safely. That would have been poignant in my view."

THIS. Also I wondered why Voyager didn't utilise the "blue beam"/tractor beam from the Voyager Conspiracy episode.

Think about this. The Finale could have had the Borg use the same time travel we see in the film "First Contact" to seize the Caretaker technology and devise some new form of space travel that could take their entire fleet now equipped with a modified Romulan cloaking field within minutes directly to Earth to overwhelm Starfleet. Voyager could have made the decision to stop them, at the cost of having to travel all the way back to the start of their journey. Defeat the Borg and then have saved the critical element of the Borg cube that they THEMSELVES could use to grab the Caretaker reactor (by cloaking Voyager and grabbing the reactor). They could then travel back in time to the future and use the reactor to travel back home to Earth thus maintaining the timeline, and having a happy ending on Earth.

You could utilise the same opening scene of Voyager returning and the Celebration party, except everyone lives (shouldn't have any main character dying, nor change the timeline). This time show them meeting/celebrating with loved ones and the whole 30 years later angle. Maybe end with Admiral Janeway touring the bridge of the new USS Voyager B at the space dock above Earth which does a celebratory swing by Jupiter, and fade to credits with the music as Janeway says "Set a course. For home."

Might be cheesy, but it would have felt more complete and a cohesive story that utilised the whole blue tractor beam. And you'd still have the Borg element as well.
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 6:26pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi


I liked the prequel actors/actresses. Keira Knightley is certainly great as well though. Frankly, the first time I watched Attack of the Clones, I wasn't paying attention to the dialogue of the fireplace scene. Padme had my fullest attention.

I very much enjoy George's storyline as a whole, having seen the originals first and having really loved the prequels. I wish we had seen HIS sequels. Sounds like from recent news it would have been a very cohesive storyline and about rebuilding the galaxy with our heroes and their offspring fighting galactic corruption along the lines of Gotham in Batman Begins. Who knows, Qui Gon Jinn/Raz Al Ghul line of Jedi thinking versus Luke/Batman school of thought.
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Mon, Apr 26, 2021, 6:23pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

@JamesWhite - That would be hilarious. Booming selectively ignores sections of what people type and tries to twist words against posters.

@Booming - if you read again what I said, I stated that it is factually incorrect to opine that the prequels were somehow universally hated. And as I said, it is FACT that they prequels are the creator's vision. I.e. George Lucas' INTENDED STORY.

It is FACT that the Disney sequels are NOT his intended story. That isn't an opinion, but a fact which he has stated on several occasions, including recently. Nothing changes that.

And as far as box office numbers go, The Force Awakens pales in comparison to the original film Star Wars (A New Hope)/Episode 4 and Gone with the Wind when adjusted for inflation. And those films didn't even have the massive global audience pool that today's films have.

The originals and prequels form one storyline as intended by the person who gave us Star Wars and that's fact. Not opinion. Had we had George's sequels, we would have had an actual 9 episode story as envisioned by the creator. Period.
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Fri, Apr 23, 2021, 3:27pm (UTC -5) | 🔗
Re: PIC S1: Broken Pieces

*Come to think of it, have Supreme Admiral Janeway roll up with the USS Voyager C and fire quantum torpedo spreads at those Romulan ships.
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