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Rossi
Fri, Mar 20, 2020, 5:18pm (UTC -5)
Re: PIC S1: Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 1

@Mike W

You don't need to read my review and put it into " ", meaning that you don't consider it a proper review. I even don't know what you are doing here. This is a place where we should be posting our opinions and reviews, right? If you didn't like my "review", get over it and respect my point of view, as an adult who you should be. No need to get angry. If you enjoyed this garbage of an episode, lucky you! Some people like garbage.
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Rossi
Fri, Mar 20, 2020, 8:59am (UTC -5)
Re: PIC S1: Et in Arcadia Ego, Part 1

After watching it twice and after reading some reviews and comments about this episode...

Yeah...

I was not a hater. I was very much against the excessive hating I was seeing around directed to Picard, because until now, I was more or less enjoying the show and I was almost thinking I could call it Trek...

Not anymore.

Zero Stars. Absolute garbage. Zero logic coming from androids, who should be logical beings... Absurd out of character Picard... Patrick Stewart can't act as Picard anymore... He is just an old man lost in space, confused and yelled at all the time... What else? Mass Effect plot... Synht ban was ilogical and out of character for the Federation... All the plot makes no sense at all. Seven of Nine development in VOY was thrown in the garbage can and now she is a vigilante-renegade murderer... Elfnor... No...no...no!

I can't stand this anymore.

Where is that show that I loved because it presented us with a future we actually wanted to happen?
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IIolande C. Rossignol
Sat, Nov 24, 2018, 10:54pm (UTC -5)
Re: VOY S6: Life Line

What I really care for in all Star Trek series is the philosophical equations they propose to explore. And this episode is one of the most spectacular ones. In Life Line, the relationship between a human and his electronic creation that has evolved in becoming more human, way beyond his expectations, mesmerizes me . Aren't we on the verge of a tremendous age of AI ? Isn't it relevant to explore such a situation through a good story, with a great actor, able to nuance his performance to the point of having us believe both of them ? Those two characters finally represent two POV on humanity. A) one who enjoys becoming what he views as more human, having become able to empathize and develop skills to be able to help ; b) one who does not even care of being a better human, centred on his ego, giving predominance to feelings of despair, rage, remorse, shame, guilt, without any second thought. Both hold not only our attention but our sympathy to their singular humanity. I wish a better philosopher than me could elaborate on all that research, specially in the last seasons of Voyager.
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