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Star Trek Voyager Season One





Star Trek Voyager Season One 


The next Star Trek show I am working my way through is Star Trek Voyager. I own the entire series and will review the show one season at a time. Let us begin with Star Trek Voyager Season One. The Maquis Rebels are being hunted by the Voyager ship. They both get sucked into the Delta Quadrant by an alien. Only one ship survives so the crews must merge and work together.

Star Trek Voyager Season One feels off and odd in so many ways. They are trying to get home. Yet they stop to investigate a large number of different things. Why? Captain Janeway does not fit the role, and goes between crying with people to acting strong. Her adventurous captain outings are more laughable than the aging Captain Picard. They only have a holodeck doctor because everyone else with medical experience was conveniently killed.

The issues families will have with Star Trek Voyager Season One is bad language, violence, explosions, blood, sexism, war on men, promotes evolution religious belief, attacks Christian religious belief, promotes animal spirit guides, promotes deserting war, promotes being selfish, and more. The bonus content (on disc five) exhibits just how far they were willing to go to be extreme radicals on the far left.

I have written before about those refusing to serve their country as being selfish. Star Trek Voyager Season One tries to make them look courageous. Star Trek Voyager Season One also attacks America in multiple ways. A massive weapon that killed a lot of people and ended a war is shown as so horrible. Even though in the end it wound up saving a lot more lives.

There are moments of humor in Star Trek Voyager Season One. There are plenty of strange cultures and problems they run into. The one that was all about their pleasure was interesting to me. Especially coming from Hollywood who only produces pleasure. In the case of Star Trek Voyager Season One it was not a pleasant experience. I got bored with this show early on when it was on TV. I will force myself to watch this show from start to finish. Black Friday shows may interrupt this show for a few months.
- Paul


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay: 65%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: DVD
Publisher: Paramount
Developer: CBS
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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