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Prepping 4 Picard #1: Encounter at Farpoint

Prepping 4 Picard #1: Encounter at Farpoint
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Prepping 4 Picard begins this week with Star Trek: The Next Generation’s pilot episode, “Encounter at Farpoint” and the first episode on our Top 20 Quintessential Picard episodes! Derreck & Rae discuss the introduction to Picard, the new Enterprise, the new crew, and Q.

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Prepping 4 Picard #1: Encounter at Farpoint

Quintessential Picard

Star Trek: Picard is slated to boldly go later in 2019. With that in mind, we put together a list of the Top 20 Quintessential Picard episodes from The Next Generation. In this week’s episode, Derreck is joined by recurring guest host, Rae, to talk through all 20 episodes and why they made the cut on must-see Picard episodes.

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Hosts: Greg Bosko & Derreck Mayer

Special Guest: Rae Stewart

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

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Quintessential Picard

Picard & DS9 Doc

Schedule change! Due to a number of scheduling issues, Derreck goes it alone this week with a short episode to discuss big news from the upcoming Picard series as well as some information, spoiler-free, on What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Deep Space Nine, a crowd funded documentary from Ira Steven Behr.

We’ll be back next week to wrap-up Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 as a whole and talk about what we want and do not want from season 3.

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Hosts: Greg Bosko & Derreck Mayer

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

Music by Flying Killer Robots

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Picard & DS9 Doc

RR47: Star Trek Nemesis Review

We conclude our TNG film era reviews with one of the more controversial Star Trek movies, Nemesis. Nemesis is the fourth TNG cast film and the tenth Star Trek movie, the last in the Prime timeline. Rae and Zach join Derreck for this movie review continuation. We discuss budgeting differences between the TNG era films, overall plot, how Nemesis might have the best space battle of the Star Trek movies, and so much more!

Join us next week as we cross into the Kelvin timeline for our review of Star Trek (2009)!

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What did you think of Star Trek: Nemesis? Are you hyped for Discovery Season 2 and the Picard show? Comment below or hit us up @RedshirtsPod on Twitter! Don’t forget to subscribe to Redshirts & Runabouts! The links are below!

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Redshirts & Runabouts Podcast Credits

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Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

Special Guests
Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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RR47: Star Trek Nemesis Review

RR46: Star Trek Insurrection Review

We continue our Star Trek: The Next Generation era movie reviews with Insurrection, the third installment from Picard’s Enterprise crew. Rae and Zach join Derreck for this movie review continuation. We discuss budgeting differences between the TNG era films, overall plot, how Insurrection might just be the most “Trek” of the TNG films, things we liked, things we didn’t, and so much more!

Join us next week for our review of Star Trek: Nemesis!

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Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

Special Guests
Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

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RR46: Star Trek Insurrection Review

RR45: Star Trek First Contact Review

With Greg still on his very important Away Mission, Derreck brings back last week’s guests Rae & Zach to review the second TNG era film, Star Trek: First Contact. We discuss tons of Trek news too including the new Discovery trailer, our first looks at Spock and Number One, as well as Klingons with hair! We also talk a bit about the upcoming Picard show.

Join us next week for our review of Star Trek: Insurrection!

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Redshirts & Runabouts Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosts
Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

Special Guests
Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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RR45: Star Trek First Contact Review

RR40: Picard’s Return & STLV 2018

As you might have heard by now, Patrick Stewart announced his return to the Star Trek franchise at Star Trek Las Vegas. The return of Jean-Luc Picard is something that ignited a lot of emotion, conversation, and analysis… so we’re here to join in on the Trek fun! Greg and Derreck discuss their thoughts on the return of Picard, what the show might bring, setting some expectations, and more. What do you think about the return of Picard? What do you want to see? Do you think it’s a bad idea? Comment below or hit us up @RedshirtsPod on Twitter! Don’t forget to subscribe to Redshirts & Runabouts! The links are below!

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Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer
Jeremy Monken

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Derreck Mayer

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RR40: Picard’s Return & STLV 2018

RR39: STLV 2018 Interviews

With Star Trek Lax Vegas 2018 in the books, it’s time to discuss some of the more personal experiences from STLV. Our host Derreck gets on the phone with three guests who attended this year’s STLV convention. They talk about their experiences including panels, guests, social functions, and initial reactions to the big Patrick Stewart Picard news!

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Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer
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Shannon Fauver
Rebekah Starks
Marina Kravchuk

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RR39: STLV 2018 Interviews

RR12: Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Pitch

With Quentin Tarantino behind the helm of the next Star Trek movie AND Patrick Stewart showing interest in returning to the role of Picard, your three hosts work together to pitch the movie we think could come from such a partnership. We get through the basic premise and the first two acts before running out of time, so be sure to check it out!

We’ll give you a hint, there’s a taste of “Yesterday’s Enterprise” mixed in with “All Good Things…” and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Curious?

Listen in and let us know what you think of our idea, how you think it should end, or what you would pitch for a Quentin Tarantino directed Star Trek movie with Patrick Stewart!

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Join our three-man crew for a journey that will span decades, every episode, every series, every movie, and every possible timeline no matter how small.

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Hosts
Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer
Jeremy Monken

Executive Producer
Derreck Mayer

Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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RR12: Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Pitch

Costume Couture: X-Men Trilogy

Costume Couture continues with a look at the entire original X-Men trilogy including Wolverine, Professor X, Mystique, Rogue, Storm, Nightcrawler, and even some more obscure characters. We talk about the black leather look compared to the original yellow and blue spandex, which characters it worked for and which ones it clearly did not. We also discuss some of our thoughts on the movies as a whole, did they do a good job in portraying their comic book characters? You’ll have to watch to find out!

In addition to talk costumes and designs, we also welcome our next Cosplayer of the Week, Jason Kiss (AKA The Snarky Gay Guy)! He’s known for his DC Comics’ Nightwing and genderbent Poison Ivy.

Check out our second episode below and comment with your thoughts!

Costume Couture is hosted by Rae of Super Sirens Cosplay and Ian of Haus of Turner Cosplay.

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Stay tuned for a new episode every week! Costume Couture will be analyzing all kinds of costumes and styles from Princess movies, sci-fi, fantasy, TV, and more! Plus, we’ll have even more cosplayers and prop builders featured!

Costume Couture: X-Men Trilogy

How They Held Up: 2017 Anticipated Movies Part 1

You may remember a Top 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2017 list that we published back in January.  Or you may not. I don’t know if you read it…

Either way, as of March, three of the ten films on the list have already been released. What a great time to recap these films and see if our some of our 2017 Most Anticipated Movies lived up to our expectations or if they fell flat.

Kong: Skull Island

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Released: March 10
Rotten Tomatoes: 78%    Metacritic: 62%    imdb: 7.1
Worldwide Box Office Gross: 394 m
Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, John Goodman, Samuel L. Jackson, John C. Reilly

This movie was really everything I wanted from a Kong film, to be honest. When I see a disaster monster film, the last thing I expect is Oscar-bait performances and epic story telling. I expect over the top stakes and realistic terror-stricken actors. That’s what I got. I was ultimately impressed with the well placed story lines woven throughout the film. Each character had a different goal once they set foot on Skull Island, which was handled by everyone quite well. The center of the movie, King Kong, was brilliant. His CGI was rendered so well it was frightening at moments. As an audience, you believed he was the perfect protector.

Overall grade: B. See the movie, stick around after the credits

Beauty and the Beast

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Released: March 16
Rotten Tomatoes: 70%     Metacritic: 65%     imdb: 7.8
Worldwide Box Office Gross: 710 m
Director: Bill Condon
Starring: Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Kevin Kline

What a spectacular film! This long-awaited live-action adaptation of the classic Disney cartoon blew me away. It left me with such a magical fulfillment that very few movies give me nowadays. I was astounded by the sheer talent and detail that was packed into every corner of the film. Aside from the visual spectacle the movie created, the beloved soundtrack, including the newest additions, were stunningly recorded from start to finish. This movie will be tough to beat for me. It was everything I wanted and more, making it a shoe-in for my favorite film of the year.

Overall grade: A. Relive the magic again and again.

Power Rangers

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Released: March 24
Rotten Tomatoes: 44%          Metacritic: 47%           imdb: 7.1
Worldwide Box Office Gross: 61 m
Director: Dean Israelite
Starring: Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston, Bill Hader, Dacre Montgomery

As far as the numbers go, this is the most polarizing film of the year so far. The fans and critics are once again at odds. And I can’t say I’m surprised. For Power Rangers, this film is amazing. It features some great moments that even casual fans of the franchise will love. It does Power Rangers immense justice. However, there were a lot of issues that left critics feeling sour. It lacks an identity between a kids’ film and an adult fan service movie. It’s very apparent they had no idea who the target demographic was at any point.  And it struggled because of it. My hope is that now the pesky origin story is out of the way, they’re able to build on what they created, give us more Ranger time and less Breakfast Club moments.

Overall grade: C+. Go in expecting to have fun and nothing more.

 

****BONUS****

Logan

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Released: March 3
Rotten Tomatoes: 92%      Metacritic: 77%     imdb: 8.5
Worldwide Box Office Gross: 567 m
Director: James Mangold
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen

This film was not on my Most Anticipated list. That was a mistake. For me, the previous Wolverine films had been ultimate let downs and I was almost certain that this one was not going to be any different. I was dead wrong. Logan brings every ounce of A game it had to the table. Featuring stellar performances from every actor involved, the film hits you with an emotional heaviness that isn’t found often on screen, despite the many efforts.  It was a movie that could stand on its own, not requiring the knowledge of any previous X-Men films beforehand (which is fantastic, because who needs homework?)  The combination of Mangold + Jackman + Stewart, all of whom have said this is the end of the line for their characters*, was so overwhelmingly brilliant that I cannot recall another director/actor combo that produced the same gravitas in a comic book film.  It’s almost a shame that this was a finale for them all. But what a beautiful beginning to Dafne Keen as X-23.

Overall grade: A-. Nothing is perfect, but this is damn close.

 

What did you think of some of our most anticipated films? What are you most anticipated movies for 2017?

 

*The author is well aware of multiple interviews where each party gave stipulations for their individual returns. She is noting that as of now, all of them have confirmed their characters would go no further in the timeline.

How They Held Up: 2017 Anticipated Movies Part 1

SH S3E09: Logan – The Big Goodbye

Logan’s big goodbye is here and we’re here to talk all about it! Hugh Jackman has played Wolverine for 17 years across 9 movies. Logan is his final rodeo along with co-star Patrick Stewart as Professor Xavier. Join us as we take a look at the R-Rated Logan film, discuss characters, plot, tone, personal impact, and overall fit into the greater X-Men universe.

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SH S3E09: Logan – The Big Goodbye