Search Results for “{4.5/5}”

 

Identity Crisis

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4.5/5} “There’s a rumble in Clark’s voice that he usually reserves just for Bruce. At first, I thought it was anger, or just annoyance. It’s not. It’s fear. The killer is systematically targeting our wives. And bulletproof skin is useless against grief.” Identity Crisis by Brad Meltzer & Rags Morales, published in 2016 The Justice […]

Star Trek: Alien Spotlight

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{4.5/5} “The price for revenge is too high. But I think you know this. You’re not on a Cardassian mission. Your group — these Rom Knights — think they are serving Cardassia, but they are not. Cardassia is moving beyond its old ways. We’ve learned from our mistakes.” — Garak Star Trek: Alien Spotlight (2 […]

Star Trek (season 1)

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of TV shows

{4.5/5} “I wouldn’t want to slow the wheels of progress… But then on the other hand, I wouldn’t want those wheels to run over my client in their unbridled haste.” — Samuel T. Cogley, attorney at law Star Trek season 1, aired in 1966-67 When the Starship Enterprise goes through the barrier at the edge […]

Star Trek / PotA: The Primate Directive

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{4.5/5} “This isn’t ‘some planet,’ this is your planet! These monsters murdered my crew, cut into their brains! You’ve got to do something! You don’t believe me, talk to Cornelius and Zira! They’ve seen it all, and they saved me!” Star Trek / Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive by Scott Tipton, David Tipton […]

Sorry to Bother You

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4.5/5} “I feel like these metaphors have not been cleared for this pep rally.” Sorry to Bother You, released in 2018 Cassius gets a new job as a telemarketer. The old guy next to him gives him a suggestion — use his “white voice.” Once he starts doing that, he makes a lot more sales. […]

Star Trek: New Earth — Challenger

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{4.5/5} “Most captains didn’t keep the same people around them for decades, or even a few years. Fame had awarded him that. He and his merry band were an asset to Starfleet when they were together, not apart. Starfleet had never enacted its commonsense right to reassign.” Star Trek: New Earth — Challenger by Diane […]

Kim’s Convenience (season 3)

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of TV shows

{4.5/5} “Not since the merge. Now it’s all like, ‘Do your job. Show up on time. Quit challenging Terrence to rap battles.’” — Kimchee Kim’s Convenience season 3, aired in 2019 Mrs. Kim buys a new dishwasher but Mr. Kim has a plan for buying the same one at a cheaper price. Jung finally decides […]

The Fifth Element

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{4.5/5} “Anybody else want to negotiate?” The Fifth Element, released in 1997 Evil is threatening the galaxy, and only the Fifth Element can stop it. Through a complicated series of events Leeloo, the Fifth Element, crashes into Korben Dallas’s taxi and he rescues her instead of turning her over to the police. They travel to […]

Star Trek: New Earth — Thin Air

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{4.5/5} “The siliconic gel seemed to be breaking the raindrops apart as they fell, forming thousands of colors seemingly in midair. Shimmering, tiny rainbows that under different circumstances would have been beautiful. At the moment it was just making her more scared, making it clear to her that what was surrounding her home was something […]

Star Trek: New Earth — The Flaming Arrow

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{4.5/5} “Gamma Night was due any moment now, and if it caught him in midtransport, he’d be stuck in the pattern buffer until the particle storm’s disruptive influence was over. It was theoretically possible to survive a lengthy stay in the buffer, but he wasn’t willing to try it for anything less than a life-or-death […]