#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – Follow-up series to Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) and Star Trek X: Nemesis (2002) that centers on Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart) in the next chapter of his life. Plot: Set twenty years after the events of Star Trek Nemesis, we follow the now-retired Admiral Picard into the next chapter of his life.
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The first few episodes might look boring because of seeing the old captain Picard that even moves and speaks with difficulties. But later it will be moved to the second plan when the main plot begins. It’s definitely **the Star Trek**.
The long anticipated spin-off we’ve all been waiting for.
I gotta say, Picard is a little darker than the previous Star Trek shows (minus Discovery, of course) but at the same time somewhat sad. For one example, the theme tune in the beginning intro gave out a happy/sad fusion feeling. And the scene in the final episode, of Data’s “second death” almost makes you want to cry.
But the rest of the show itself was amazing. The special effects, wow. And epic cast as well; with each character they play with their own demons.
It was worth the wait and the watch!
Gene Roddenberry Really IS Dead
TNG was the apex of the Star Trek universe. People loved it. It showed us sometimes flawed characters who always strived to be better than they were. These characters were developed on screen. They did more than just fight and argue and push the main plot of the story.
TNG rewarded viewers with a sense of hope and something great to look and build forward to. It wasn’t a reflection of what we as people ARE, but what we could so easily be.
So what do we get if we take TNG and remove the wonder of discovery, the passion to explore, any sense of warmth, ALL OPTIMISM, futuristic technological innovation, actors who connect with their characters, imagination, the rigid moral structure, discipline, professionalism, alien races, special effects, and just make the entire thing a bit more common and profane? We get a glimpse of what the future would be like if the most spoiled, selfish, weak people populated the world and the only advancements humanity made were technological.
Class warfare. Limited resources. A disdain for age / accomplishment. And just a few little ties thrown in to try to lure fans of Voyager and TNG in hoping some percentage of them will stay for a bland, frozen, microwaved version of what was once a favorite dish.
It’s great to see Patrick Stewart acting in this, but it’d be even better if he’d reprise the role of Jean-Luc Picard in more than just name.
Dear Gene Roddenberry,
We respectfully disagree with your Utopian vision of tomorrow. The future is actually just a bunch of fearful, self-centered, bickering millennials (some of which have pointy ears and others of which are robots) driven by a raging torrent of emotions to do whatever feels good. In space.
I really wanted to like it…
Sorry, I’ve gotta go with the negative nerds on this one. I love Star Trek. I’m an old man, and I watched TOS episodes as a kid. I shushed my kids during new TNG episodes because I couldn’t wait for the video tape to watch it. I watched DS9, Voyager, the films, the cartoons- I even broke down and watched “Enterprise,” just to get the monkey off my back. (“Way to kill the franchise, Bakula!”) And Discovery- never mind. I’ve put up with a lot over the years- walking around with ‘Robot Commando’ Spock, searching the universe for his missing brain, whiney Captain Janeway and her heroic poses, watching a hot Vulcan go topless for ratings, or Tom Hardy in a lovely evening gown, goofy-looking Klingons in Elizabethan armor, and so on. But I love Star Trek, so I put up with it. Now someone has turned it ugly. In episode 5, I am expected to watch a man get his eyeball drilled out of his head and listen to him screaming all the way through it. I don’t want to see that on any show, but on Star Trek it makes me feel betrayed. I want to watch ST with my grandsons. I don’t want torture and sadism featured on my favorite show. I’m willing to suspend my disbelief, put up with bad writing and gaping plot holes, listen to rabid and thinly-disguised moral or political agendum, even see some of my heroes fall. But suddenly the whole ST universe is dark, and the future is no longer hopeful. Is the world really that way? Sure. But that was the appeal of this alternate universe- its overall message was, “things will eventually be… okay.” If you guys want to make an edgy, dark sci-fi drama, fine. But make your own show- don’t ruin Star Trek to do it.
Original Language en
Original Title Star Trek: Picard
Total Seasons 2
Released 23 Jan 2020
Runtime 46 min
Release Year 2020–
Genre Action, Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi
Writer Kirsten Beyer, Michael Chabon, Akiva Goldsman, Alex Kurtzman
Actors Patrick Stewart, Alison Pill, Isa Briones, Michelle Hurd
Awards Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 wins & 11 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Mini, Cooke Anamorphic/i SF Lenses
Laboratory Company 3 (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format CFast 2.0 ARRIRAW (3.4K)
Cinematographic Process /i Scope (anamorphic) (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format)
Printed Film Format Video (HDTV)