Before I was cooking meth in New Mexico ....
I was a Space Captain!
The big ones in Stargate for me are Ben Browder and Claudia Black from Farscape. Plus, of course, General Hammond (Don S. Davis) was in Twin Peaks.Heh yeah. We noticed it a lot with Stargate, Babylon 5 and Trek.
Alot of those actors turn up later in Warehouse 13/Continuum/Sanctuary/ Stargate Atlantis etc.
Colm Meany has been in everything. Trek, Stargate, Hell on Wheels. Actor who plays Q in trek turns up in Stargate iirc.
Firefly and Red Dwarf. Mostly because after Farscape got cancelled, we dedicated 'scapers were all jonesing for some good sci-fi, and everyone kept recommending these two series as tonal kindred spirits. They are not. So even though my wife loves Red Dwarf and made me watch all of it, I could never get into it. And I just don't get what's supposed to be so great about Firefly or Serenity at all. (This was also when I rewatched the original Star Wars trilogy and thought for the first time in my life, "Huh, maybe Star Trek is better than Star Wars after all." Or maybe that's just what happens when you get older.)
I might also add Babylon 5 to that list, except that I couldn't stay awake through the first episode of Babylon 5.
2003's Battlestar Galactica just seems lab-grown to bug the crap out of me in every way as a fan of 1978's Battlestar Galactica.
As a fan of Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation, I find Deep Space Nine to be incredibly dull and dreary and Voyager to be just god-awful; but I dearly love Enterprise and will die on that hill.
The first game is very proof-of-concept. As such it is definitely repetitive and can get tedious. I would at least play Assassin's Creed II before writing off the entire series.Assassin's Creed... I started playing the first game, and it just didn't do it for me. And I've never felt any inclination to try to get back into it or any of the later games.
No, what generally happens with SW/Trek is that at some point you realize that, despite sharing alot of elements (space ships, lasers, aliens, etc) they aren't really the same type of thing.(This was also when I rewatched the original Star Wars trilogy and thought for the first time in my life, "Huh, maybe Star Trek is better than Star Wars after all." Or maybe that's just what happens when you get older.)
Yes but... moral judgment and artistic evaluation are two different things at all... I mean I do not evaluate a movie or a film looking the adherency from what happens in the movie and what I think must happen in a morally perfect world.One more:
Ocean's 11 - A well written and acted heist movie with a great cast doing a heist movie should have been absolutely my thing. But set one EMP off downtown and you're not a heist crew - you're a completely callous set of terrorists.