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Unknown

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4.5/5} “A person can awaken from a coma convinced of a reality that was previously only fantasy.” Unknown, released in 2011 Martin Harris arrives with his wife Liz in Berlin for a biotechnology conference. He is in a coma for 4 days after being in an accident. After waking up he returns to the hotel. […]

Star Trek: How Much for Just the Planet?

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4.5/5} “‘Allow me to welcome you most sincerely to the free, independent, and unaligned planet of Direidi. My name is Flyter. Hi there.’ He pumped Kirk’s hand. ‘Hi there.’ He shook Sanchez’s hand, then Uhura’s, the rest. ‘Hi there. Hi there. Hi there.’ He paused, wiped his hands and his forehead with a huge red […]

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4.5/5} “‘I thought this was a stealth mission.’ ‘They all start out that way. ‘” — Astrid & Hiccup How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, released in 2019 Hiccup gets a visit from Grimmel the Grisly, who’s been killing all night furies. Hiccup realizes that people won’t stop bothering them in Berk, so […]

Star Trek: Doctor’s Orders

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4.5/5} “I can leave anybody with the conn that I please, especially a department head and a fellow officer. There’s no need to be in the direct chain of command at all — that’s a common misconception. I could leave an Ensign Third-class with the conn if I liked, and the situation seemed to call […]

Star Trek: The Rift

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4.5/5} “Every single star was an invitation, a personal invitation to him, James T. Kirk. And it would be the height of rudeness to refuse such an unselfish, unqualified invitation. And so he had spent his life accepting those invitations, one after the other.” Star Trek: The Rift by Peter David, published in 1991 Captain […]

Head On

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4.5/5} “The reason Hilketa is so popular is that the players score points through simulated decapitation, and go after each other with melee weapons. It’s team gladiatorial combat, on a football field, with a nerdy scoring system. It’s all the violence every other team sport wishes it could have, but can’t, because people would actually […]

The End of the Day

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of books

{4.5/5} “And sometimes I cannot wait for the sun to rise, because the world is full of people, of human beings singing their songs and telling their stories, of life and passion, glory and wonder, and Death is not a thing to fear, but is life’s mirror, reminding us to live, live, live, and I […]

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

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{4.5/5} “Look on our custom vehicles and despair!” The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, released in 2019 Everything was awesome. And then the aliens came, smashing everything. Now Emmett and Lucy live in Apocalypseburg. Emmett built a traditional house for him and Lucy to live in, but Lucy knows the house will attract attention […]

Supergirl (season 4)

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of TV shows

{4.5/5} “Prison’s the best alibi the world has yet devised. And I’m about to need a lot of alibis.” — Lex Luthor Supergirl season 4, aired in 2018-19 Supergirl discovers there’s a movement to kill aliens — Mercy and Otis Graves are involved, and they used to work for Lillian Luthor. Meanwhile, Kara takes new […]

Blue Bloods (season 9)

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of TV shows

{4.5/5} “Waiting to make the perfect decision means you’ll never make any decision.” Blue Bloods season 9, aired in 2018-19 Erin has been promoted, but she’s not sure how to feel about it because her former boss was murdered. Jamie and Eddie are engaged and they intend to still ride together — even though everyone, […]