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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: Things Get Even Darker (But More Fascinating) in ‘Choose Your Pain’

15 October 2017 6:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It’s an intense time on the Discovery this week, as Captain Lorca gets kidnapped by Klingons, we meet the immediately infamous Harry Mudd (Rainn Wilson), and Lt. Stamets makes a bold but rash decision.

[Editor’s note: Spoilers for Season 1, Episode 5, “Choose Your Pain” follow.]

Not One Big Happy Family (Yet?)

When you compare “Discovery” to other “Trek” series, one aspect that stands out is the comparatively small size of the cast.

There’s a new addition this week, though, after Lorca brings on board Lieutenant Ash Tyler (Shazad Latif), whose status as a former prisoner seems like it’s left him pretty messed up. The engineering team of Stamets, Tilly, and Burnham has coalesced into a fun trio, and all of Burnham’s interactions with Saru are interesting, given how those characters have a deep backstory.

However, the cast in general hasn’t really come together yet as a full ensemble, which speaks to the unconventional nature of the plotting here, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: Things Get Even Darker (But More Fascinating) in ‘Choose Your Pain’

15 October 2017 6:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s an intense time on the Discovery this week, as Captain Lorca gets kidnapped by Klingons, we meet the immediately infamous Harry Mudd (Rainn Wilson), and Lt. Stamets makes a bold but rash decision.

[Editor’s note: Spoilers for Season 1, Episode 5, “Choose Your Pain” follow.]

Not One Big Happy Family (Yet?)

When you compare “Discovery” to other “Trek” series, one aspect that stands out is the comparatively small size of the cast.

There’s a new addition this week, though, after Lorca brings on board Lieutenant Ash Tyler (Shazad Latif), whose status as a former prisoner seems like it’s left him pretty messed up. The engineering team of Stamets, Tilly, and Burnham has coalesced into a fun trio, and all of Burnham’s interactions with Saru are interesting, given how those characters have a deep backstory.

However, the cast in general hasn’t really come together yet as a full ensemble, which speaks to the unconventional nature of the plotting here, »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Has A Crazy Star Trek IV Easter Egg

10 July 2017 7:57 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Most of Spider-Man: Homecoming's Easter eggs are Marvel related, but there is an extremely weird one that connects to Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. »

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Wrath of Khan's Nicholas Meyer is working on another Star Trek project

12 June 2017 7:04 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Of the six Star Trek movies to feature the original cast, Nicholas Meyer was involved with the very best of them. In addition to directing both Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Meyer also co-wrote both of those movies as well as Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Impressive credentials to be sure, so it's easy to understand why fans were excited when Nicholas Meyer... Read More »

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Star Trek: the 10 worst Starfleet Admirals

5 January 2017 1:55 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Juliette Harrisson Jul 5, 2017

Juliette counts down ten terrible Admirals that Starfleet must have been mad to promote...

You would think Starfleet would be very careful about who they promote to Admiral, running numerous psychological tests, only promoting those with a solid track record as Captain and keeping a close eye on them for signs of inappropriate behaviour. But no. Based on the evidence of this sorry lot, Starfleet generally just promote whoever happens to be in the vicinity and looks good in the fancy uniform.

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As will become clear below, this is particularly true of Admirals sent to work with the Federation’s flagship, the USS Enterprise. During the 24th century, the appearance of an Admiral on the bridge of the Enterprise is generally a solid indicator of upcoming shenanigans. We can only presume Starfleet »

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