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I thought watching this episode would reconcile the character Barclay in my opinion, but no. He ruined the end of Voyager already by taking precious screen time away from my beloved Voyager crew. In this episode, if he hadn't been lusting after fictional Counselor Troi in his multiple holodeck sessions, the Enterprise could have avoided the red alert. He endangered the crew by attending to his own desires first. Knowing how regulated TNG Starfleet is, that doesn't fly with me. No pun intended.
Protect the baby
Couple of complaints on this one, but my main concern is why the gratuitous punching of baby yoda in the bag. It's not funny to see a baby get hurt or dropped. This episode spent too much time on past events and was tied up too neatly to segue into the next chapter. The only action you saw was the self sacrifice of the IG unit, which you really cannot feel bad about, as there was a lack of character development in the story.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015)
Can't always pick a winner, dad says
Rented this for myself and the parents. Result: snoozefest.
I felt like this movie was made by a new director trying to be Guy Ritchie, not by Guy himself. It would have made a good commercial, though: eye-candy actors, high fashion, jarring action scenes.
But alas there was no point. Who cares? What does a-Paris-Hilton-look-a-like want with a nuclear warhead? Why does this new organization supersedes the original KGB and CIA? The title is misleading. It should say How Two Men and A Lady Become U.N.C.L.E. It doesn't sound all that exciting now, does it?
It doesn't make its mind up on what kind of movie it is. A couple bits of action, a couple bits of silliness, possible romance. If it was a trying to be a James Bond movie, it failed on all counts. I half-expected Melissa McCarthy to jump in at the end. But it wasn't a spoof either. So there, that's my two cents.