His friends are warning him not to drop his guard, but Albert de Morcerf has never met anyone as fascinating… as exciting… as the Count of Monte Cristo.
“Currently, hundreds of different alien species come and go, living their lives on the Earth. Species that come in peace, aggressive warlike species… Aliens with all kinds of personalities live among us, maintaining a precarious balance.”
Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy follows the outlandish adventures of Arthur Dent after an alien race called the Vogons blows up the earth.
There’s a saying on the internet: Knowledge is recognizing that Galaxy Quest is not a Star Trek movie. Wisdom is realizing that Galaxy Quest is the BEST Star Trek movie.
Yoo Eun-soo, a plastic surgeon from modern-day Seoul, is kidnapped by Choi Young, the captain of the king’s bodyguard, and brought 700 years into the past to save Goryeo’s queen.
Picture a good Star Trek episode. Replace the Federation crew with a ragtag group of smugglers and the Enterprise with a rust-bucket held together by sarcasm and Chinese swears.
Black Mirror is horrible and wonderful because it realizes the worst possible outcomes of our present-day technological fears.
Almost Human is one of those season 1 deals that could have blossomed into something great if Fox had any taste in television. (Bitter about Firefly? Me? Surely, you jest!)
This is another one of those shows that is just really well put together, at least in the first season. The plot is solid, well paced, with compelling twists and characters.
You’re looking at Douglas Adams absurdity at its most brain-breakingly hilarious.
It’s tempting to start liking any of these people; and it’s just as tempting to hate them. “The Expanse” doesn’t care. It’s too busy telling you a story.