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Star Trek: First Contact review

I had a strong conviction that the eighth Star Trek film, which would be the first solo big-screen production for the main cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation, needed to be

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Star Trek Generations review

With Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s series finale “All Good Things…” having carried with it the promise of forthcoming silver-screen action for TNG’s main cast, a lot of my friends

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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country review

When I first heard there was going to be a sixth film with the original cast of Star Trek, I must admit to having winced somewhat. Would the visual flavor

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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier review

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier caused me some angst at the time of its release. As a young fan who only ever wanted to see Star Trek on the top, particularly

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Ode to Star Trek Nemesis

Reflecting on the tenth Star Trek feature film “What you leave behind is not what is engraved on stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.” –

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Writing Star Trek: Insurrection

The ninth Star Trek film, eventually titled “Star Trek: Insurrection“, was to be Michael Piller’s first feature film assignment (and, sadly, his only one). When Rick Berman first approached him

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Recalling Star Trek: First Contact

A Review 25 Years in the Making What would you do if you found out the people you admired the most turned out to be total jerks? This is the

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Making Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

What would become of the former Enterprise crew in the wake of The Search for Spock? Would they be exonerated somehow? Upon conceiving the next film in the series, Nicholas Meyer

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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home review

Forever remembered as “the one with the whales”, The Voyage Home tells a terrific “fish out of water” story. You don’t even have to really be a Star Trek fan to like it; familiarity

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Making Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

The ball on the third Star Trek film began rolling early. Harve Bennett, the man credited with bringing Star Trek back to life by killing Spock, was told by the suits

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