I would imagine one or two of you are wondering if Dysontopia ran away, took an extended vacation in the Caribbean, or perhaps got sucked into a giant planet-eating black hole.
Eight years later I somehow found myself in a tiny dorm room with an amazing bunch of like-minded people. It's absolutely incredible how at university you can meet people from all backgrounds and still have so much in common. All of us were studying either Physics or Chemistry. All eighteen. All vociferous nerds... And all of us were hooked on StarCraft.
"Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" is about finding yourself -- specifically your best self.
Dealing with death is necessarily a messy proposition, therefore this film comes down to it's ever-so-powerful little moments.
I choose to contextualize my life's struggles like this: an enemy to be overwhelmed using tenacity and courage.
What does it look like to turn typically unremarkable moments in life into something memorable?
Popular culture and real life are far more indistinguishable than you would initially believe.