The Odyssey fan-amateurs must have concluded that their Star Trek fandom celebrity reputations and egos were now on the skids and that they had to make themselves stars before making this turkey. With no real production value to speak of, this Z-movie amateur home movie cheapie was a lame excuse to develop a shlocky video by hijacking and pirating a multi billion $ beloved copy-righten & trademarked science fiction genre wholly owned, licensed and protected by CBS/ViaCom, called Star Trek. Their lack of ethics and possessive anti-Star Trek motivations are obviously showing. They are hurting the franchise.
As earlier commentators of this and other Rob caves cookie-cutter projects have noticed, their is no action at all in this incredibly bad video series; their scripts, unless you give credit to people walking aimlessly -- sometimes running, even -- around present day crew members homes and neighborhoods with a total lack of sets or even futuristic locations, or appearing on terribly lighted 'green screen' pirated backgrounds from other owner's software programs, or engaging each other in trivial or laughable dialog conversations preaching 'pet' political social agendas. Nothing much to engage the audience's emotions or attention.
Consequently, it was impossible not to doze off for about 5 minutes, awaking only to witness the unsatisfactory pacing and arthritic performances of positively rank amateurs. When the words, "The End," finally appeared, I discovered that I was minutes closer to death with nothing positive to show for that realization.
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