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Originally posted February 17 2005 at 00:02 under General. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

I’d Watch That


I’ve never really liked Star Trek. The first series has its charms as ground breaking, but it’s never done it for me. Now what would do it for me is if J. Michael Straczynski did a series. Shame it looks like it isn’t even a dream. Babylon 5 was always way ahead a Star Trek, even with the rushed/squashed fourth series “in case the idiots don’t give us the money for series five” fiasco.

On the theme of things I’d watch has a new Hichhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy trailer up. It’s worrying to think that it may have been adjusted for the US market, but there’s some alright people in it, so it may turn out alright (or not, but I’ll be seeing it). Shame the Good Omens movie seems dead though. And how about the much delayed Red Dwarf movie(though with the bad replacement Kochanski, not the good original one :-(

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