Alex Kurtzman (does an) Osama Bin Laden cosplay. Fitting, given the terrorist attack he conducted on STAR TREK!
…why is it so difficult for Alex Kurtzman to get it right?
Episode three, that which shall not be named, did it for me. The various middle fingers high in the sky to the fandom is what has officially made me turn off the computer.
Centered around a Mary Sue character, the entire premise is numb, impotent, and at its very core, tragically divisive.
“If Memory Serves” was directed by TJ Scott based off of a story written by Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie, and sees Mikey Spock and Spock (himself) go to (return for Spock) Talos IV so that Spock can get some mind therapy.
So, I heard good reviews about the new Enterprise characters and I was curious about the overall story. I ordered it to check it out.
At this point, I can only pray that it’s only as bad as Game of Thrones Season 8 and not STD-level bad.
…If I were Spike Lee, I’d refuse to work with anyone who made this movie ever again.
We consider The Orville “Star Trek” because it IS Star Trek. I’m not just talking about a different timeline or alternate reality. I’m talking about another whole Star Trek universe. Is that so bad to fathom?