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Science fiction films and TV shows have graced us with some amazing spaceships over the last few decades, often becoming as iconic as the characters and stories themselves.

We're taking the time to take a look at some of the biggest and best spacecraft ever to have made it onto the big and small screens.

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Max (Flight of the Navigator)

In the 1986 classic 'Flight of the Navigator', a small boy called David is transported through space and time by an alien spacecraft from the planet Phaelon by a robotic commander known as Max (short for "Trimaxion Drone Ship").

David's journey includes a space trip to the alien craft's home planet 560 light years away and a transport through time eight years into his future. In the meantime, his brain is used to store copious amounts of data including star charts, alien technical manuals and more.

Max and his spacecraft make it onto our list because of the comedy value of the pilot and the fascinating journey David goes on. We also can't forget all the alien creatures he meets along the way. Cracking film for children of all ages!

Martian flying saucer (Mars Attacks!)

A slightly more comical, though no less deadly threat to the human race came in the form of the flying spaceships and their passengers from Mars in the 1996 film Mars Attacks!

Tim Burton apparently wanted to make the aliens and the special effects look as fake as possible for comedy value and as a homage to alien films from previous generations. The result was some hilarious-looking beings and flying saucers that perfectly matched the collectors' card series it was based on.

Borg Cube (Star Trek)

Resisting the Borg making its way into this list would be futile. These monster spaceships dwarf most other ships on our list, apparently spanning 3,000 metres on each side.

They're the scourge of the Star Trek Universe , assimilating or laying waste to everything in their path. Equipped with disruptor beams, high-yield photon torpedoes, various tractor beams and multi-adaptive shields these ships have a heavy arsenal to fight off any foe.

Inside, the menacing Borg drones are ready to destroy or assimilate anyone and everyone they come across. A force to be reckoned with.

The Death Star (Star Wars)

No list of fictional spaceships would be complete without a reference to the Death Star - the moon-sized battle station built by the Galactic Empire with the sole purpose of blowing up planets with a rather unpleasant super laser.

As the Emporer's pet project, it was akin to Hitler's wonder weapons but, luckily for the Rebels, it had one weakness in an exhaust port that meant a cheeky and well-aimed proton torpedo could put an end to the threat. See Rogue One for the reason why it was there.

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Heart of Gold (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy)

From the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, the Heart of Gold is a magnificent spaceship equipped with the infamous and revolutionary Infinite Improbability Drive making it capable of travelling anywhere in the galaxy in an instant. Unfortunately, that's coupled with the danger of randomly and unfortunately altering reality in doing so.

Stolen by Zaphod Beeblebrox, President of the Galaxy and a man who had been voted "Worst Dressed Sentient Being in the Known Universe" no less than seven times, the Heart of Gold was later used to accidentally rescue Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect from an untimely death, as they floated unprotected in space. It also turned two missiles into a whale and bowl of petunias. Handy.

It's a fantastic ship if you can cope with the sunny disposition of the automatic doors with Genuine People Personalities and the downtrodden depressing drone of Marvin the paranoid android.

Klingon Bird of Prey (Star Trek)

The Klingon Bird of Prey is a heavily armed warship from the Star Trek universe, first encountered by Starfleet and Captain James T. Kirk in 2153. Armed with a cloaking device and a deadly arsenal of weaponry, it's a menacing foe in the right hands.

Not the prettiest ship to look at, but then neither is the crew. Though we wouldn't say that to their faces.

The Milano (Guardians of the Galaxy 2)

This space ship was used by our hero Peter Quill to save the Galaxy. Which in our mind makes it a worthy addition.

In the original film, Star-Lord Peter Quill (played by Chris Pratt) used his ship, the Milano, to enter the Dark Aster and save the Galaxy.

In the process, the Milano was badly damaged. As payment for saving Xander, Nova Corps paid to rebuild and fix up the Milano for Quill.

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USS Enterprise (Star Trek)

The USS Enterprise has been on our screens, big and small, in various guises over the decades. It's been blown up, crashed, shot at and taken on bold new missions across stretches of space that no man has been before.

Indeed, Gene Roddenberry's spaceship became such an influential vessel that NASA even named its first space shuttle after it.

Various versions of the Enterprise were Captained by big names from the Star Trek series including James T. Kirk, Jean-Luc Picard and Johnathan Archer.

The ship itself is pretty special for various reasons, including the presence of the holodeck in the Next Generation version and a wide array of weaponry and tactical offensive and defensive capabilities including photon torpedoes, ramming speed and a detachable saucer for emergency situations.

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The Space Cruiser (Rick and Morty)

The Space Cruiser looks like something someone's mad, drunk Grandfather bashed together in their garage. Which is pretty much exactly what happened.

This UFO-like flying machine was created by mad scientist Rick Sanchez in order to aid his insane adventures around the Galaxy with his Grandson Morty.

It's not much to look at, but it does boast some pretty special gadgetry that includes a battery which houses an entire Universe (in a miniature form known as a Microverse), some artificial intelligence and a vast array of hidden weaponry that appears to keep his Granddaughter Summer Safe from all threats in one episode of the show.

The Space Cruiser has already been on some pretty wild rides and we're expecting more of the same in future episodes.

Thunderbird 3 (Thunderbirds)

Thunderbird 3 was the main spaceship in the International Rescue team's arsenal of vehicles. Effectively a reusable, vertically launched space rocket, it was used for space rescue missions and trips to Thunderbird 5 – the team's space station.

Boasting chemical lift-off rockets and an ion drive for use in the void of space, Thunderbird 3 was an impressive spacecraft in various ways, not least of which was the ability to be controlled remotely by a device on pilot Alan Tracy's wrist.

Discovery One (2001: A Space Odyssey)

With a graceful and sleek design, Discovery One first made its way onto our screens in 2001: A Space Odyssey.

This nuclear-powered interplanetary spaceship is particularly interesting thanks to being operated by HAL 9000 the Heuristically programmed Algorithmic computer that controls the ship's systems and interacts with the crew.

When HAL turns bad and decides to kill the crew to prevent them disconnecting his cognitive circuits things become interesting. Another of man's journeys into AI gone bad, the film is great and the spaceship is a corker too. Unless you're a passenger of course.

Moya (Farscape)

Moya is the name of another unusual spaceship appearing on our list thanks to being a part-organic sentient being. As if a living, breathing spaceship wasn't impressive enough, Moya also includes a four-armed Pilot who is physically bonded to her and works as navigator, operator and companion as well as a link to the crew.

Moya offers nothing in the way of weaponry, so her only defensive manoeuvre is to activate a "starburst" which allows the spaceship to travel through space-time at incredible speeds.

Moya appeared on sci-fi cult series Farscape which sadly ended in 2003 but remains fondly in our hearts.

The Tardis (Dr Who)

Although it might not be a spaceship in the traditional sense, the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimensions In Space) makes it onto our list because of its sheer awesome quirkiness.

Bigger on the inside than it appears on the out and capable of travelling anywhere through space and time at the press of a button, it helps The Doctor explore the Universe and deal with everything from Daleks to Cybermen.

Better still, the inside of the TARDIS is equipped with all sorts of rooms and even boasts a swimming pool and art gallery.

Dark Aster (Guardians of the Galaxy)

Dark Aster makes it onto our list for being one of the most menacing alien ships to hit the big screen.

Dark, angry and foreboding, this mammoth corkscrew-like spaceship was taken by Ronan the Accuser to destroy all Nova citizens in his path with the intended eventual destruction of the planet Xander as his end goal. But first, he'd have to get through the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Serenity (Firefly)

Serenity is a spacecraft from the TV series "Firefly" which only made it to 14 episodes before being cancelled (much to the dismay of its fans).

The ship was home to nine people who lived and fought on the losing side of a civil war in what is essentially a space western in a universe where Earth had been abandoned many years before.

Serenity is a basic ship, with simple fittings and fixtures and isn't really much to write home about. But she is a place to live and a vessel of salvation for the crew who are perpetually trying to keep out of trouble. With no weapons to speak of, Serenity is another spacecraft on our list whose only defence is to cut and run.

Real-life rocket Apollo 13 made it onto the big screen in the form of a film of the same name. It tells the true story of the seventh manned space mission and the third rocket launch that was intended to land on the moon.

The real spacecraft was launched in 1970 and suffered an oxygen tank explosion when 205,000 miles from Earth, this resulted in the need to abandon the moon mission and an incredible, desperate struggle to get the astronaut's home.

Apollo 13 makes it to the list, not for being a great spaceship (after all it went a bit wrong) but because of the heroic mission and safe return of the crew.

Planet Express (Futurama)

The animated Planet Express ship was a ship designed and built by Professor Farnsworth – the mad scientist and owner of the Planet Express delivery service.

The ship itself is nothing particularly special, being armed with just one cannon and no sign of any cloaking device, but it makes it onto our list because of the crew.

An eccentric robot who's prone to theft, by the name of Bender, a cryogenically frozen down-on-his-luck delivery boy named Philip J. Fry and the ship's Captain, one-eyed mutant Turanga Leela. With this bunch of characters on board, the ship gets into plenty of scrapes, jams and accidents, but mostly always comes back in one piece.

Prawn mothership (District 9)

Looming over the Johannesburg skyline in the film District 9 was the crippled alien mothership belonging to the Prawns, an insectoid race of alien creatures who landed on Earth in the late 20th Century.

This alien spaceship is unusual and makes it to our list because it's probably one of the only alien space crafts from a film which hasn't come to Earth for the purpose of invasion, destruction or colonisation. No, the crew of the Mothership just want somewhere to live and eat cat food.

Starbug (Red Dwarf)

Starbug is the designation for the small, green, bug-like shuttlecrafts of the Jupiter Mining Corporation's mining ship Red Dwarf.

These little robust, mistreated but much-loved spacecraft are home to the hapless crew which includes the last surviving member of the Human race Dave Lister, his loathed hologram companion Rimmer, mechanised service droid Kryten and their friend who evolved from a pet cat.

Starbug itself is nothing special to look at, but through the various episodes and series of Red Dwarf it does garner many enhancements that at various points include a cloaking device, the ability to travel underwater, laser cannon upgrades and a super tachyon-powered drive.

Crashed onto many planets and thrown into many scrapes, Starbug proves itself to be an extremely formidable craft.

Razor Crest

The Razor Crest was owned and piloted by Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin in the hit TV series The Mandalorian. It's not the most impressive ship on our list but its cargo certainly was. And it managed to outfly and outgun tie fighters, which makes it fairly awesome in our mind.

The Gunstar (The Last Starfighter)

1984's The Last Starfighter broke some new ground with a decent amount of the film being made using computer graphics. That included the Gunstar spaceship, which was the first to be completely computer rendered and thus pretty special for that alone.

The Ranger (Interstellar)

The Ranger was designed to be a reusable, high-efficiency single-stage-to-orbit (SSTO) reconnaissance spacecraft built by NASA.

This spacecraft was from a superb film and deserves to be on the list just for that, but it's also a thing of beauty with sleek lines and an intriguing frame.

Heighliner (Dune 2021)

From Dune comes gigantic cylindrical vessels which were able to fold space and allow people to travel vast distances in an instant.

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Star Trek fans are reacting to the return of the franchise’s most divisive character.

In recent year,s fans have been treated to several spin-offs, including Star Trek Discovery and Star Trek: Picard , starring Sir Patrick Stewart . Now, Star Trek: Prodigy – an animated series created by Kevin and Dan Hageman – is whetting the appetite of Trekkies.

The series follows a group of young aliens in the 24th century who find the abandoned starship Protostar and learn about Starfleet, and the ninth episode of its second season, which was released on Paramount+ earlier this month, featured a surprise in the form of an unexpected cameo.

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In the episode titled “The Devourer of All Things, Part 1”, Wesley Crusher ( Stand by Me actor Wil Wheaton) returns.

Wheaton first appeared as the character in Star Trek: The Next Generation when he was 15, and returned in 2002 film Star Trek: Nemesis .

Wesley faced criticism from Star Trek fans, with some branding his boy genius character, who was actively disliked byJean-Luc Picard, “the most despised character” in the franchise’s history.

Wheaton himself said of the negative response to his character: “When I was younger, people gave me such a hard time about Wesley Crusher, there was a time in my late teens and early twenties when I resented Star Trek.

“It felt so unfair that people who had never met me were so cruel and hateful toward me as a person because they didn’t like a character I played on a TV show, I wanted to put Star Trek behind me and forget that it was ever part of my life.”

However, reaction to the Starfleet officer-turned-Traveller has turned around in recent years, with many fans happy to see Wheaton show up in the second season of Star Trek: Picard – but this excitement was short-lived as Wheaton was not invited back for the show’s third and final season.

Fortunately, Trekkies did not have long to wait to see Wesley again: he plays an important role in a rescue mission depicted in animated spin-off Star Trek: Prodigy – and in one scene, is shown to visit his mother, fan favourite character Beverly (Gates McFadden).

Fans are celebrating his return – which is shocking long-time fans who are yet to realise the fandom now supports Wesley.

One fan wrote: ““We were all disappointed that Wesley Crusher wasn’t in #StarTrekPicard season 3 after he cameoed in season 2’s finale. Thank the Travelers #StarTrekProdigy had something way better in the works!

Another bemused viewer wrote: “Insane to say that Wesley Crusher in Prodigy had the best legacy character subplot than any of the other TNG characters did in Picard .”

This was concurred by one Trekkie, who wrote on X/Twitter: “Imagine being told 10 years ago that the best new serialised season of Star Trek was going to be about Wesley Crusher helping a bunch of kids save Chakotay from being erased from the timeline


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All Episodes of Star Trek: Prodigy Season 2 Now Available

Old friends, new worlds, even time travel.

A bearded Chakotay sits in the driver's seat of a Runaway vehicle with Gwyn strapped in beside him in 'Last Flight of the Protostar, Part I'


Ready for a brand-new classified mission? All episodes of Season 2 of Star Trek: Prodigy are now streaming!

In Season 2, these six young outcasts who make up the Prodigy crew are assigned a new mission aboard the U.S.S. Voyager -A to rescue Captain Chakotay and bring peace to Gwyn's home world. However, when their plan goes astray, it creates a time paradox that jeopardizes both their future and past.

Season 2 Episode Titles and Synopses:

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201 – "Into the Breach, Part I" 

The Prodigy crew is reunited and assigned a new mission aboard the U.S.S. Voyager -A, only to discover Admiral Janeway has other plans.

202 – "Into the Breach, Part II"

After Gwyn's plan to save Solum is sabotaged, she must turn to an unlikely ally. On Voyager , Janeway's secret mission is interrupted by the arrival of a mysterious entity — and the Prodigy crew is accidentally sent through a rift.

203 – "Who Saves the Saviors"

The Prodigy crew crash lands in future Solum where they try to rescue Captain Chakotay, but when their plan goes astray, it creates a time paradox putting Gwyn in danger.

204 – "Temporal Mechanics 101"

In a race to save Gwyn, the Prodigy crew use their scientific know how to escape the dark future they are stranded in and travel back to the present, with some mysterious help from an unknown entity.

205 – "Observer's Paradox"

After saving Gwyn during a botched rescue mission, the Prodigy crew faces new scrutiny aboard Voyager . But hope is not lost if they can find the Protostar and repair the time paradox — and decode a cryptic message from Murf.

206 – "Imposter Syndrome"

Ready to embark on their quest to find the Protostar , the Prodigy crew creates holograms of themselves to leave Voyager undetected — but their holo-doubles jeopardize everything in a case of mistaken identity.

207 – "The Fast and the Curious"

As our crew travels to the spiral nebula in search of the lost Protostar , they take a shortcut through an old transwarp conduit— but are detoured by a Kazon warlord who enters them into a literal race for their lives. 

208 – "Is There in Beauty No Truth?"

With Zero's suit damaged beyond repair, the Prodigy crew visits a colony of non-corporeal beings who may be able to help Zero — by granting the Medusan a physical body.

209 – "The Devourer of All Things, Part I"

Upon arriving at the coordinates given to Gwyn by the mysterious entity, the Prodigy crew find themselves on a strange hidden planet where someone is waiting for them… and it's someone unexpected.

210 – "The Devourer of All Things, Part II"

After meeting the entity who's been helping our crew find the Protostar and fix the timeline, their plans are interrupted by an attack from the Loom and the arrival of Voyager .

Star Trek: Prodigy Season 2 - Episode Titles

211 – "Last Flight of the Protostar , Part I"

After a brush with the Loom, the Prodigy crew find the lost Protostar on a deserted ocean planet, but their only hope to fix the timeline is in jeopardy when its captain refuses to leave.

212 – "Last Flight of the Protostar , Part II"

After convincing Chakotay to help repair the Protostar , the Prodigy crew now need fuel for it to fly — which means converting it into a literal ship and sailing across the planet's gaseous ocean in an epic tale of survival.

213 – "A Tribble Called Quest"

The Protostar crew lands on a strange new world in search of the exotic matter they need to proto-warp back to Voyager … only to discover the planet is infested with an unusually large species of Tribbles. 

214 – "Cracked Mirror"

When a proto-warp gone wrong fractures Voyager into different realities, the Prodigy crew must venture through dangerous alternate dimensions to reunite with Admiral Janeway.

215 – "Ascension, Part I"

The Prodigy crew and Chakotay reunite with Voyager , bringing the timelost Protostar with them. But the past catches up to them when Ilthuran delivers a dire warning — Asencia is coming.

216 – "Ascension, Part II"

When Asencia's mysterious time weapon strikes Voyager and threatens all aboard, it's up to the crews of the Protostar , Voyager , and Nova Squadron to survive the attack.

217 – "Brink"

To prevent a war with Solum, Gwyn leads the Protostar crew on a mission to rescue Ilthuran. But surprising discoveries force Gwyn to make hard choices which have dire consequences for everyone.

218 – "Touch of Grey"

Admiral Janeway and her senior officers feel their age as they find themselves thrown back in danger on an old school away mission to rescue the Protostar crew. 

219 – "Ouroboros, Part I"

Determined to save both Starfleet and Solum, the Prodigy crew must stop an invasion and open the wormhole that will send the Protostar back to Tars Lamora.

220 – "Ouroboros, Part II"

To save the present and fix the past, our crew must face the Loom and pilot the Protostar through the temporal wormhole back to Tars Lamora. Even if they succeed, what will the future hold?

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In Spaceship Earth, you get a different view of the world, and of the Netherlands, together with André Kuipers. From space, André, naturalists and stunning nature images take you on a magica... Read all In Spaceship Earth, you get a different view of the world, and of the Netherlands, together with André Kuipers. From space, André, naturalists and stunning nature images take you on a magical voyage of discovery. And you experience how beautiful but also vulnerable our planet is. In Spaceship Earth, you get a different view of the world, and of the Netherlands, together with André Kuipers. From space, André, naturalists and stunning nature images take you on a magical voyage of discovery. And you experience how beautiful but also vulnerable our planet is.

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Cette série de science-fiction est culte mais cet épisode a mis tout le monde dans l'embarras pour son propos "idiot" et "offensant"

Aude Mackau

En 1987, la série "Star Trek : la nouvelle génération" diffusait l'épisode "Le code de l’honneur", considéré à ce jour comme le plus gros ratage de la saga de science-fiction.

Jonathan Frakes est devenu mondialement célèbre en interprétant le commandant William T. Riker dans Star Trek : la nouvelle génération . Et s’il a de quoi être fier de son temps passé dans la série, il y a toutefois un épisode dont il a infiniment honte – et il n’est pas le seul.

Depuis ses débuts, Star Trek est synonyme d’inclusion et de diversité. La vision de Gene Roddenberry était une utopie dans laquelle les peuples seraient unis et exploreraient l’espace côte à côte.

Star Trek : la nouvelle génération

Mais les créateurs du show n’ont pas toujours réussi à rendre justice à cette idée. Le point bas de la série avec Patrick Stewart est survenu dans l’épisode 4 de la première saison de Star Trek : la nouvelle génération (épisode 4, si l’on compte les deux parties de l’épisode “Rendez-vous à Farpoint” comme deux épisodes distincts).

Un épisode que Jonathan Frakes déteste tellement qu’il a une fois de plus exprimé son dégoût lors d’un panel le mois dernier.

L’embarras qu’est “Le code de l’honneur”

Dans l’épisode en question, intitulé “Le code de l’honneur”, les membres de l’équipage de l’Enterprise visitent la planète Ligon II dans le but de rapporter d’urgence un vaccin sur la planète Styris IV. Sur Ligon II, ils tentent alors de négocier un traité qui permettra d’obtenir le précieux remède.

Mais pour pouvoir quitter cette planète, le lieutenant Tasha Yar ( Denise Crosby ) doit d’abord combattre le chef de guerre local, Lutan ( Jessie Lawrence Ferguson ), qui veut faire d’elle sa femme. Après son refus, le Ligonien la kidnappe et tout se complique.

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À l’origine, les Ligoniens étaient décrits comme une espèce reptilienne et leur culture devait rappeler celle des samouraïs japonais. Cependant, le réalisateur de l’épisode, Russ Mayberry , a pris des libertés, décidant de faire jouer les Ligoniens par des acteurs noirs uniquement.

De plus, la culture ligonienne a fini par être représentée de manière primitive, adoptant les clichés et stéréotypes de diverses cultures africaines. Dans les années qui ont suivi sa diffusion, de nombreux membres de la distribution et de l’équipe du tournage ont dénoncé l’épisode pour son racisme flagrant.

Quant à Russ Mayberry , il a été tout simplement remercié par Gene Roddenberry et n’a plus jamais été rappelé pour réaliser un autre épisode de Star Trek . Dans sa critique de l’épisode, l’auteur Keith R.A. DeCandido a d’ailleurs écrit :

“ Apparemment, le casting d’acteurs entièrement afro-américains dans le rôle des Ligoniens agressivement primitifs ne convenait pas ” au créateur de la série, d’où sa décision.

Un rejet total généralisé

Le mois dernier, la GalaxyCon a réuni Jonathan Frakes , Denise Crosby et John De Lancie (Q) pour un événement virtuel consacré à Star Trek : la nouvelle génération . Lors d’un panel, Jonathan Frakes a ainsi évoqué l’épisode, parlant de son profond embarras et niant toute bonne intention de la part des responsables.

Ce n’était pas la première fois que Frakes montrait son mépris pour l’épisode. TrekMovie a rapporté qu’en 2011, l’acteur l’avait déjà qualifié de “ m**** raciste ” lors d’un panel STLV. Et il n’est pas seul.

En 2012, Brent Spiner (Data) a déclaré à TrekMovie également qu’il estimait que “Le code de l’honneur” était “ raciste ” et le “ pire ” épisode de la série. Lors d’un panel de réunion TNG en 2013, Michael Dorn (Worf) l’a aussi appelé le “ pire épisode de Star Trek jamais tourné ”, et lors d’un panel DragonCon 2010, LeVar Burton (Geordi La Forge) était d’accord avec l’évaluation selon laquelle l’épisode “ puait, sans aucun doute ”.

Enfin, dans le livre The Fifty-Year Mission: The Next 25 Years , la scénariste de la première saison, Tracy Tormé , a, quant à elle, déclaré que l’épisode était tout simplement “ offensant ”.

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De leurs côtés, les fans et les critiques n’ont pas non plus favorisé le chapitre, loin de là, comme en témoigne son classement IMDb, qui est le plus bas des épisodes de la première saison, qui est elle-même déjà considérée comme la pire de toute la série.

Certains fans ont même qualifié “Le code de l’honneur” de sexiste, en plus de son racisme évident. Den of Geek rejoint Michael Dorn en l’appelant le “ pire épisode de Star Trek jamais tourné ”, Jammers le décrit comme “ idiot ”, Screenprism le qualifie de “ pure poubelle ” et OkayAfrica, un magazine couvrant les arts, les sports et la politique des pays africains, le décrit comme “ absurdement raciste ”.

Tout le monde est d’accord, voilà qui est dit.

Les 7 saisons de Star Trek : la nouvelle génération sont disponibles sur Netflix, MyCanal ou encore Paramount+.

Un article similaire a déjà été publié sur notre site allemand Filmstarts.de.

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