A wonderful little movie. A modern remake of Cyrano de Bergerac, where tragedy and loss are transformed into possibility.
Once again Picard and his crew face a moral crisis where their orders conflict with the oath they took as officers of the Federation. Will the Enterprise follow orders and squash a rebellion, or stand against Starfleet, one ship against many, to protect people fighting for their freedom?
An epic space odyssey where our hapless narrator gets caught up in a battle of wills between a crazy captain and her unstoppable nemesis gliding through the depths of space.
i dreamed of you last night
we were fugitives in the rain
The crew of Shackleton moon base are being hunted and killed. Mining operations are being destroyed, tourists killed, and all evidence points to an engineer who’s gone mad, using a human-controlled robot to go on a murderous rampage.
Not gentle into that good night
The Admiral had been like a lighthouse for my career, a symbol of what I could be if I wanted, no matter what anyone else might say or do to discourage me.
The good news? Evil doesn’t die at the end, although we do lose some people getting there.
dragged over jagged rocks, the current
leaving bits of me on the shore
Very rarely does a sequel come a long to best its progenitor. Why? Well, it seems to me one reason is a lot of sequels try to ride the coat-tails of the original. But then you descend into a kind of formulaic presentation where you’ve basically already read the story, just some of the names […]