News BulletsBy Caillan
April 25, 2003 - 11:42 PM
- James Croot at Stuff.co.nz has awarded Star Trek Nemesis a score of 2.5 stars, writing that the story "holds together well" and the film "proves there's still some life in the old space opera yet". Read the full review here.
- The New Zealand Herald's Russell Baillie was less impressed, writing, "Nemesis doesn't have the urge to be anything more than just the next Trek-flick and it is a doubly disappointing one if this is meant as a series finale". The film was given two stars in the full review.
- The Contra Costa Times looks at what shows are offering up for May sweeps, including Enterprise. "In May 21's season finale, the whole mythology is beset, yet again, by forces that threaten to redefine everything on the show. In other words, they'll get it right eventually."
- Psi Phi has been updated with Tim Lynch's reviews from "Stigma" through to "Horizon".
- John Billingsley (Doctor Phlox), who is in Denver this weekend for the Starfest convention, spoke to the Denver Post about auditioning for Enterprise.
- CBS profiles Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard) in an article entitled "From Captain Picard To Professor X".
- Lawrence Schoen, founder of the Klingon Language Institute, recently gave a presentation to the National Security Agency on the language, as the "government was curious about the potential for al-Qaeda operatives to communicate through Klingon". Read more at the Beacon Journal.
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