Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Voyager
TV-PG | 16 January 1995 (USA)
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    Very disappointing...

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    Fresh and Exciting

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    It's funny, it's tense, it features two great performances from two actors and the director expertly creates a web of odd tension where you actually don't know what is happening for the majority of the run time.

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    what a terribly boring film. I'm sorry but this is absolutely not deserving of best picture and will be forgotten quickly. Entertaining and engaging cinema? No. Nothing performances with flat faces and mistaking silence for subtlety.

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    Over the years, as I've watched more episodes, my appreciation for Voyager has steadily increased. I'm reminded of Gene Roddenberry's original vision of Star Trek - exploring universal themes about the human condition within a sci-fi framework. I believe Voyager's episodes delved more deeply into these than any of the other series. Subjects like faith (Sacred Ground), suicide (Death Wish), loneliness (Alter Ego), scientific truth (Distant Origin), life after death (Mortal Coil, Emanations), God (The Omega Directive), guilt (Latent Image), crime and punishment (Repentance), and inspiration (Muse). To the writers and producers of these and other similar episodes, I believe Gene would have been proud of you.

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    Can't get enough. This is the first Star Trek I have been openly exposed to. Even in the middle you can sort of figure out the plot and enjoy, and just 'join in' while still getting 'a hang of it', even though watching earlier episodes does bring in a fuller experience and fleshes out the experience of the story. It's got a good mix of many things that all people can enjoy: action, adventure, drama, comedy, and yes, some romance, too. The characters are also very varied and a sizzling mix. Like one of Neelix's soups.Especially good for people who enjoy a Social Sci-Fi of sorts (like me), while not being one completely, does have some elements of it. There is a lot of character development. Of course some good ol' Action is also available.Some Episodes were disappointing and didn't use their full potential (in my opinion, "Equinox I" and "Equinox II" didn't really use its full potential), but I think you will have to make up your own mind.All in all an enjoyable show.

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    Voyager can be said to be a science fiction version of Homer's story of The Odyssey with Captain Janeway as a female version of Odysseus. The crew of Voyager face the same adventures that Odysseus and his crew did after the Trojan War. Many of the episodes reflect the myths of the of The Odyssey especially the one where the planet of women that capture men to drain them of life such as Ceres did to the crew in the novel.

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    Way back in 1997, I had the chance to catch an episode of ST:Voyager on my TV with the antenna after fidgeting with it for a bit... it picked up UPN and I saw ST:Voyager in half color, poor audio and I remember thinking this is not good. I put off ST:Voyager since then and never gave it a second thought. Recently, I just rewatched an episode of ST:TOS for nostalgia sake and Netflix recommended ST:Voyager and I thought "why not?". Watched an episode, was struck by how much soul and heart the episode had. Came to (the new IMDb) and saw several mentioned good episodes. Randomly happened upon "Blink of an eye" and I was hooked. Now, that episode is the epitome of Sci-Fi. IMO, that is the best SciFi episode OF ALL TIME. I don't think anything can top that. The only one that comes close is "Inner light" from ST:TNG and "Window of Opportunity" from Stargate:SG1ST:Voyager imo is the best Star Trek of all time. I have watched it all and I am mesmerized by it tbh. Captain Janeway is stellar and imo the best captain of them all - you can watch her grow from a science officer-y background to this command woman with a command voice. Seven of Nine left a mark - terrific acting, terrific sense of dialog delivery and of course ravishing beauty. Chakotay was excellent. Tuvok - simply amazing. Dare I say he made a better vulcan than Spock himself! Torres, Kim, Paris were great. The EMH Doctor was terrific. Overall, this is one amazing show. So glad at least I watched now and I have a great sense of appreciation for it.

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