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(out of 5)
The point at which the story goes of the rails, and really shows it's age, is when Geordi insists that human 'intuition' is faster than a computer that can make 'only' 1000 course corrections a second. For one, this isn't true and even cars and airplanes today use massively sophisticated autopilot systems. In addition, only 1000 adjustments a second? What kind of outdated computers do they have in the future? I guess all this made sense in the late 80s but the computer stuff is already waaaay off in 2010s.