Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)

A Generation's Final Journey... Begins

Original Title : Star Trek: Nemesis
Director : Stuart Baird
Writer : Gene Roddenberry
John Logan
Rick Berman
Brent Spiner
John Logan
Genre : Action
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Rick Berman , Marty Hornstein , Peter Lauritson , Catherine Sudolcan
Music : Jerry Goldsmith
Photography : Jeffrey L. Kimball
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence and peril and a scene of sexual content.
IMDB ID : 0253754
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ÂPatrick Stewart Captain Jean-Luc Picard
ÂJonathan Frakes Commander/Captain William T. Riker
ÂBrent Spiner Lt. Commander Data/B-4
ÂLeVar Burton Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge
ÂMichael Dorn I
ÂMarina Sirtis Counselor Deanna Troi
ÂGates McFadden Dr. Beverly Crusher
ÂTom Hardy I


The crew of the Enterprise (Picard and company) find themselves on planet Romulus and eventually discover a threat to the Earth. At the same time, there are rumors that the Romulans are ready to begin peace talks with the Federation. On their way to Riker's and Troi's honeymoon, the Enterprise is sent near the neutral zone to Romulan space, and picks up a prototypic twin of android Data. Immediately they are further sent to Romulus, where a new praetor, Shinzon, a half-Reman cloned from Captain Picard, appears to want peace with the Federation. But then the crew detects a break-in on their computer systems, and Picard is captured by the Romulans because Shinzon needs him as his only matching supplier of genetic material. Picard and the Enterprise can escape, only to find themselves battling Shinzons completely cloaked Warbird, who is after the complete destruction of earth.


What's the point? Nemesis, the latest Star Trek picture (10th down the line), has the plot of a madman, part man part, uh, Romulan or whatever, who wants to destroy the enterprise and then the federation and then Earth.I know I spoiled it for all you Trekkies who argue endlessly about giving Giordi his sight back or making Data a real human being, but come on, this is the tenth picture down the line for the franchise and it is really starting to get down.While I did enjoy the slight depth pumped into the villain, and a couple of moments with Data and Piccard, what's the point.Besides, it's 2002, and the visual effects are still as bad as they were a decade ago, or even before that.....and a little note before I give my grade, the reviewer I heard on TV that said Nemesis is better than Star Wars should be struck down with spastic-colon, not one episode or film from the Star Trek saga can hold a candle, or lighter light for that matter, to Phantom Menace, and that one's the least of the Wars series.Grade: C-
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