#13 in my Ranking of all Star Trek films. I want to say that Insurrection is easily the worst Star Trek movie, but The Final Frontier exists. It's not easily the worst, but it is the worst. So, upon this most recent rewatch, I started asking myself, "What's the story to this movie? What's the… Continue reading Star Trek: Insurrection
#3 in my Ranking of all Star Trek films. The Next Generation's first solo adventure went a similar route to The Wrath of Khan. Eschewing the weird aspects of the previous film (including a very television B plot), they embraced the idea of a single adventure with multiple facets that feed into each other. The… Continue reading Star Trek: First Contact
Back to Bergman. I was really curious about this film because I've seen it before, but it's been more than a decade since I've seen it and I wondered if I would still feel some resistance to the film as I did before. I remembered shockingly little of it, though my memory of the ending… Continue reading The Magician
NF Reads asked for an interview with me a few weeks back, and I finally got off my lazy butt and responded. Here's the interview. Go and read it and explore his site for other, far more interesting, interview subjects.
#9 in my Ranking of all Star Trek films. As time has gone on, I've enjoyed this film more and more. I'll never love it (it's far too flawed for that level of appreciation), but there are depths to this films thematic material that really only grow with repeat viewings. As implied, the movie's far… Continue reading Star Trek Generations