Not much is bigger than the Star Trek universe. ‘Picard’ is more than the continuation of one man’s journey. It’s the movement of a narrative that spans and inspires generations.
You may not be a space murderer, but if Kylo Ren isn’t redeemable in ‘The Rise of Skywalker,’ the implied message would be that you aren’t either.
Maybe “The Rise of Skywalker” will bind all the tedious storylines of the first two Star Wars sequels into a cohesive and rewarding coda. But probably not.
The Last Jedi explores the nature and purpose of the force in the universe, but is distracted with drab and childish conflict between characters you don’t really care about.
The heart of ‘Star Wars’ has always been the drama of good and evil and the Force—but ‘Rogue One’ dispenses with these deeper themes.
HBO’s ‘Westworld’ could have been a thought-provoking commentary on the limits of artificial intelligence and the nature of human depravity. Instead, it just used cheap tricks and tired tropes to manipulate viewers.
We lose our humanity when we indulge in unconstrained freedom and self indulgence. Surprisingly, HBO’s ‘Westworld’ shares this lesson with its audience.
If this theory is correct, then this is J.J. Abram’s greatest plot twist to date, and will be hard to top for the rest of his career.
Peter Suderman says Donald Trump’s health care plan negates his own talking points.
True equality is demanding that Daisy Ridley earns the recognition and earning power of her more seasoned co-stars.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens could be improved dramatically with some small changes.
Star Wars anticipation has peaked. But fans tempted to revel in nostalgia should heed Admiral Ackbar’s warning: ‘It’s a trap!’
The new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer shows what so many fans get wrong about the franchise. Empires don’t just disappear.
It looks like J.J. Abrams is going to give us an over-complicated, unwieldy film. But I’m not worried he will ruin the Star Wars franchise.
Star Wars fans are cautiously optimistic about ‘The Force Awakens’ after its new trailer.
The development of Star Trek’s moral and political tone over 50 years traces the strange decline of American liberalism since the Kennedy era.
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