Trekkies Bash New Star Trek Film As ‘Fun, Watchable’
You know, as funny as
this is, it’s also kind of why I’m not crazy about this Star Trek movie. If I wanted to watch Armageddon, I’d … well, that wouldn’t happen.
I’m just not crazy about some hot shot coming into a universe and rewriting its history for a couple of hours of entertainment.
Kind of like in 24, where by Hour 18 they just assume you’ve forgotten everything that happened at the beginning of the day and why the actions of Good-Guy-Suddenly-Gone-Bad make absolutely no sense.
Still, I’m willing to look past that in 24, let’s hope I can do the same for Star Trek.
The Liberal Party is planning to
formally apologize, in the House of Commons, if elected, for the Komagata Maru incident. Conservative leader Stephen Harper apparently won’t issue such a formal apology.
I’m with Harper on this one. After all,
there was nothing anyone could have done about it.
Via The Tea Makers comes this hilarious re-dubbing of an interview with outgoing CBC prez Robert Rabinovitch.
The dub comes courtesy of a group called
The Day Job Orchestra, which has been doing similarly well-synchronized dub jobs on a slew of Star Trek videos.
There hasn’t been enough Star Trek content on this blog recently, so to make up for it I give you:
LOL Movies: Star Trek Furst Contact
If you’re like me, you wake up every morning thinking: “I wonder if I’m going to see some sweet bare-chested
Fred Ngo or other Fred Ngo-related softcore pornography.”
a sneak peek back in July with a water fight, but since then he’s been mostly clothed in public.
Well today Barechested Fred Ngo is back, with a bang, in
Galacticast’s new episode. He thrusts.
The episode is a very funny Star Trek parody, filled with homosexuality, incest, bullying, sluttiness, simulated cunnilingus and
Julien Smith. All things that other people wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole.
Well… Fred Ngo would touch it with his 10-foot pole. But he’ll touch anything with his 10-foot pole.
hilarious yet insightful review of an early Star Trek: The Next Generation episode from my hero Wil Wheaton. Wil’s other ST:TNG reviews