The idea that the creative mind behind Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction would soon be unleashed upon the Star Trek universe tickled a part of my Trekkie brain I didn't know existed. But there was a second part to the rumor, something that anyone knowing Tarantino's work would come to expect: the film would also be R-rated. This long-standing rumor became a bit more real this week when Tarantino once again confirmed that he was still working on a Star Trek project and that a script was already written, saying, "Oh yeah! It's an R-rated movie.
Star Trek Sucks!
Why living on the Enterprise would absolutely suck
In fact, one might go so far as to suggest my caution borders on abject paranoia. A smart little minute fan-production. Was that too much to ask? Apparently, yes. Naturally, this means Captain Georgiou is going to die.
Star Trek 3: 10 Reasons Why We Already Know It Will Suck
Star Trek Discovery. In the spirit of fairness, here are some fan reviews of the show-- reviews which the producers have quickly censored. Steven E. No one wants an STD. Robert Starcher I have been waiting all this time for a new Star Trek show, only to be slapped with needing to pay for a service I don't want.
A whole generation grew up watching the adventures of the starship Enterprise and her exploits on Star Trek: The Next Generation. They dreamed of slipping into that Lycra leisurewear uniform and voyaging to the farthest reaches of space and time. To boldly going where no man, er, no one has gone before. Sadly, those nerdy '90s kids, so full of dreams and dunkaroos , had no idea they were living in utter denial, because, for all the fabulous adventures, scientific breakthroughs and interspecies sex crewmembers got to take part in, there were some serious downsides. So, why would working on the Federation's flagship be an unending nightmare, you ask?