After becoming acquainted with the future, the Discovery crew faces their biggest threat yet in the fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery. But first: a wardrobe change! After taking over as captain at the end of the third season, Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) leads the crew as the face the unknown. Burnham really grows this season–she’s not the character she was during the first season. But still, she’s having to make life-or-death decisions while in…"Star Trek: Discovery – Season 4"
After Commander Burnham and the Discovery crew jump 930 years into the future, Star Trek: Discovery has more room to play in season 3. The time jump is the single best thing about the third season. In taking the crew out of the pre-TOS timeline, it means no longer being restrained by the continuity. By going nearly 1000 years into the future, we’re now in a period that has never before been explored in Star…"Star Trek: Discovery – Season 3"
The second season of Star Trek: Discovery sees Captain Christopher Pike command as the crew searches for Michael Burnham’s brother, Spock. In many ways, the start of the second season calls back to Star Trek 3: The Search for Spock. Not in the sense that Spock (Ethan Peck) is dead but in Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) searching for her brother. This comes at the same time as seven mysterious red signals are appearing in different…"Star Trek: Discovery – Season 2"
The first season of Star Trek: Discovery marked the franchise’s long-awaited return to the small screen after a decade-plus absence. I went into Star Trek: Discovery knowing as little as possible so as to avoid spoiling myself. While I meant to start watching the series a few years back, it didn’t happen. It wasn’t until the recent convention in Chicago that I decided to make the trip into outer space. Plus, with the coming of…"Star Trek: Discovery – Season 1"
Space Jam: A New Legacy replaces Michael Jordan with LeBron James while also taking advantage of today’s advances in technology. The only other difference between this and the original film is a father vs. son storyline. But aside from that, there’s really not much of a difference. Well, I mean Warner Bros. pulls a Ralph Breaks The Internet but taking advantage of all of the studio’s IP in the Server-verse. Some fun parts include Bugs…"Space Jam: A New Legacy Is More Of The Same"