Welcome to the all-new Official Dennis Tracy Website. As some of you may know I used to program Dennis official website back in the 90’s called trekntracy. This new site has been designed to replace that one and highlight the career of this fantastic actor.
Hold onto your hats this is going to be a wild ride. Make it So!
For more information on Dennis please click the About Dennis tab in the top left of this page.
Recycleman is a superhero for the 21st century who uses upbeat music to teach kids how they can save the planet. Our unique blend of environmental education, infectious music and superhero fun wins the hearts and minds of people of all ages. Reycleman and the Dumpster Divers have performed conservation shows throughout the Pacific Northwest for over a decade. The environment needs help and Recycleman’s original songs teach kids how to tune in and rock out! Recycleman’s messages about water, energy and resource conservation have reached over 125,000 students in school assemblies and countless others at fairs, festivals and events.
This is one of the best Star Trek movies! It is exciting, funny and supported by Jerry Goldsmith's fourth Star Trek score. In contrast to Star Trek-First Contact very many scenes of the film do not play on the Enterprise, but on the paradise-like planet of the Ba'ku. This film is not only exciting, it also criticizes society. In many countries, for example in Ireland, people of the same races fight each other. This movie illustrates that these fights are senseless and that all people belong to one race. Jerry Goldsmith's score is also very extraordinary which makes the movie even more worth watching. Especially the Ba'ku theme is so good that you have after having seen this movie a good impression of it.
User's comment:Poorly Billed and misleading by Acharne
This movie was billed as a thriller and a semi caper film. Though I adore Patrick Stewart the movie had a very very 'Baywatch' feel, silly American production stereotypes and poor direction made it into a movie rather difficult to take seriously. Any scene with Patrick Stewart by himself is well done and believable. The other characters seem to get in the way of the main idea of the movie and blow of proportion the Clandestine sub plot (which was what the main plot was billed as) or the Maguffin if you will. This movie is worth a watch, but it isn't exciting or memorable really. Sloppy production, miscasting, misdirection and a weak story take away from what could have been a terrifying film about the middle aged 'coming of age' into senility and the fear that accompany's that.