Re: My name is.....SORAN!
Khan 2.0 wrote:
soran could have made kind of sense as:
-more intelligent/stronger than a human
-obsessed with family
-part of an escaped race in exile (due to the borg - El Aurians attacked by borg in 2265 in PT but Neros interference may have brought it forward pre STID 2259 - esp since his vessel was borgified thus maybe alerting the borg sooner)
-would possibly be around the age Cumberbatch is in 2259 (Generation Ent B opening takes place in 2293)
-BC is british and kind of looks/talks like a young Malcolm MacDowell
-responsible for killing Kirk (again)
-dresses in black jumpsuit
-ability to detect alternate realities/things arent be as they should could’ve been a fun thing for the story (see Guinan in Yesterdays Ent)
Yup. They're both Brits.
Well, I don't think it would work. No one outside Trek fans gives two shits about Star Trek: Generations.
Now that I've seen it, and have also had time to mellow, to really think about it, I now find it absolutely, unbearably repulsive in every way except for some of the acting. - about The Wrath of Khan. Interstat, Issue 62: 1982