The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Michael Dorn that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
It’s been ten years since Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) put on the red suit the Christmas Eve when he found Santa and his reindeer thumping around on his roof. He’s taken very well to the dream job, and his extended family loves it, too. Lately, things are not as rosy as they might seem. Keeping the town a secret from the evolving technologies of the outside world has become a high security operation, and another elf, Curtis, the Experimental Elf (Spencer Breslin) is in training as an assistant to Bernard the Arch-Elf (David Krumholtz). Read more... (549 words, 120 images, estimated 2:12 mins reading time)
Not a bad way to spend 90 or so minutes and it keeps your attention. True it is no The Core but it is that film with a little bit better science and a lower budget. I would love to see how this film from Terry Cunningham and Lions Gate Entertainment for the Sci-Fi Channel would have done with a much bigger budget. The film could have been much more then it was but it wasn’t totally bad, at lest it is better then some of the Syfy productions of late. Money would have definitely helped this film be more then it was, a fun diversion. Read more... (827 words, 168 images, estimated 3:18 mins reading time)
This was the last film to have the crew of the series Next Generation and the least received by the fans of Star Trek. While the film did have a lot of action it lacked in the way that the script was put together. It seemed to be written as a continuation of an episode that was never made and there was just too much going on in the plots and subplots to make this film truly great. We have Diana Troy (Marina Sirtis) and Willian Riker (Jonathan Frakes) getting married, Data (Brent Spiner) planed to be the next first officer, Riker getting his own command and Worf (Michael Dorn) complaining about the nude Betazed traditions associated with marriage. Now throw into the mix a coup happening in the Romulan Empire with the new Praetor being very related to Jean-Luc Picard and Data finding a long lost brother. Even if the extra positronic android is directly related to the plot there is still way to much going on for just one film. Lord of the Rings had less plot twists and it was made into 3 movies totaling over 8 hours on the extended versions. Star Trek Nemesis wouldn’t warrant that much screen time but with everything that is there it could have been easily 2 films which would have aloud the plots to unfold a bit more naturally. As the film is the plot seems forced and doesn’t flow well with everything that is happening. Read more... (824 words, 108 images, estimated 3:18 mins reading time)