Most of the ending was just babble to me.
I could relegate Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) to the had something worthwhile to explore, but does it mean anything bin?
But I did get the part about seeking the Creator…
Continue reading “Food for thought: To boldly go.”
The networking was so bad in 1979 that I only found out about Star Trek three years later. By then, I hadn’t seen it. The newspapers hadn’t come my way. I only got to read the movie classifieds on the odd occasion.
I’ve wondered what Star Trek: The Motion Picture would look like on the big screen if they had informed me earlier. Other people had seen the movie but being current eluded us for some reason. Star Trek just wasn’t on my radar.
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I am a watcher of movies, but also a viewer of them. As a viewer, I can give a reading into the film, in terms of what I saw as the themes, ideas, etc. So, onto this, with Darkest Hour (2017), a summary. These are good themes. Taking responsibility, actions and consequences, the valley of decision, should one change their mind, the world relies on a decision, and having courage to be strong in the face of the enemy, even if it is involves being sacrificial.
Celine Dion’s The Power of Love is the catalyst for remembering the trinity.
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Eternity is the next life. It is so real that I think God ingrained it in the cosmos and universe as a reflection of the eternal dimension.
Why am I writing about eternity? Because eternity is mentioned in the film At Eternity’s Gate (2018) which is my film of the week.
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