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Mirage

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4/5} “All we know is that the brain truly believes the experiences we feel.” Mirage, released in 2018 In 1989 on the day of a storm Nico discovers that his neighbour has killed his wife — but when he runs into the street he’s hit by a car and killed. Twenty-five years later Vera lives […]

A Hidden Place

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4/5} “She took a chance, you know, telling us anything at all. But she needs somebody. She can’t live out these two weeks without somebody to bring her food, somebody to help her through the Changes — somebody who’ll know and somebody who’ll do it anyway. You know anybody else who’d do that?” A Hidden […]

Star Trek: Voyager (season 1)

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of TV shows

{4/5} “Well now, aren’t you contentious for a minor bipedal species?” Star Trek: Voyager season 1, aired in 1995 Captain Kathryn Janeway and the USS Voyager are searching for a Maquis ship in the Badlands when they’re transported 70 000 light years away to the Delta Quadrant. It will take 75 years to get back […]

Star Trek: TNG — Double or Nothing

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4/5} “You see on that screen a dazzling array of species… but as year upon year has gone by, they have slowly lost that which made them unique, special. The Federation must pay for that loss. And the Federation must, and shall, pay for the disservice that it has done to you. You, the outcasts, […]

Star Trek: TNG — Double Helix: Infection

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4/5} “Solomon still had no idea why the General wanted to kill off so many innocent people. Not that it was his problem. But secretly, he half-wished the Federation would find the cure a little faster. He might be a member of the largest criminal organization in human space, but he didn’t consider himself a […]

ARQ

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4/5} “I already tried that.” ARQ, released in 2016 Renton’s house is invaded by people who want money. When he’s killed, he wakes up at the same time as he did before — but this time this are slightly different. He is the only one who remembers things from before, including the fact that his […]

Star Trek: TNG — Dragon’s Honor

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{4/5} “‘We have no desire to disturb your sacred traditions,’ Kakkh assured him. ‘Fear instead the wiles of the Federation, and strike now before they corrupt your Empire as they have contaminated so many other worlds before you. You must take action — for honor’s sake.’” Star Trek: The Next Generation — Dragon’s Honor by […]

Other TV shows I’ve watched lately

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of TV shows

Here are some TV shows I’ve watched lately without watching every single episode. {4.5/5} The Daily Show Trevor Noah continues to host. He tells you what the deal is with the unimaginable president. He interviews such people as Malala Yousafzai, Joe Morton, Patty Jenkins, Ilhan Omar, Bernie Sanders, Greta Thunberg, and Oprah Winfrey. He also […]

Onward

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4/5} “Long ago, the world was full of wonder. It was adventurous. It was exciting. And most of all, there was magic.” Onward, released in 2020 Ian is turning 16 and wanted to invite some friends over for a party but doesn’t quite do it. He also doesn’t quite get onto the freeway during his […]

Star Trek: TNG — Hive

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4/5} “We pursued total assimilation of the galaxy. We attained the power to do this, but lost the ability to ask why it was worth doing.” Star Trek: TNG — Hive by Brannon Braga, published in 2013 The Borg are back, but this time they have a different message — they don’t want to assimilate […]