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Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3 Review

  • Series Title: Star Trek: The Next Generation
  • Season: 3
  • Episodes: 26
  • Discs: 7
  • Network:  First-Run Syndication (produced by Paramount)
  • Cast: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Gates McFadden, Wil Wheaton, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Marina Sirtis, Michael Dorn, Colm Meaney…
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Deep Space Nine: s06 e24 - Time's Orphan

After the unadulterated filth that was last week’s episode, practically anything would have been an improvement, but what Deep Space Nine gave us was a deeply personal, entirely human story, made possible only by this being a science fiction series, with an ending that shamelessly cheated its way into blatant sentimentality of a kind that usually destroys something like this but which, on this occasion, was whole-heartedly welcome. 813 more words

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The journey

I saw this in the cinema in Lyngby. It was free because Egmont celebrated 140 years. See more at Rotten Tomatoes.

** (can Watch)

Deep Space Nine: s06 e18 - Inquisition

Hmmm, interesting.

This was an episode that displayed a considerable control of its tempo and tone, starting off by creating a bit of a sinking feeling that it was all going to be a bit too comic, and morphing into something considerably more serious and with deep-lying implications that caused a deal of controversy among… 812 more words

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Deep Space Nine: s06 e16 - Change of Heart

This was an oddly simple and plain story, and yet it was still a satisfying episode.

After speculating the other week about a reversion to the old A-B story formula, that was exactly what we got, even down to the B story being comic and inadequate. 428 more words

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Deep Space Nine: s06 e15 - Honor Among Thieves

I’m pleased to be able to say that I thought this a wholly excellent episode, though yet again that puts me at odds with general opinion about… 847 more words

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Thrills on stage and screen

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BY BILLY SUTER

THE high-definition film of the London stage production of Tennessee Williams’s classic Cat on a Hot Tin Roof opens at Cinema Nouveau cinemas countrywide this weekend, while Johannesburg theatre fans are excited about news that the first South African stage version of the hit 1987 film, … 721 more words

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