Star Trek 10-Nemesis

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Pretty bad

on 6/7/2012

This is by far the weakest of the Star Trek Next Generation movie adaptations. It's not Final Frontier bad, but it gets close at times. It is clear that the director had no idea how to make a Star Trek movie. Many of the scenes are just stupid. It is a shame that the cast had to go out on this on (as opposed to First Contact). Read More

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Product Overview

On the eve of a peace accord with the romulans picard is lured into a deadly cat and mouse with his fiercest enemy - a man created from his own dna

Specifications

Studio Paramount
SKU 40219832
UPC 097360566949
UPC 14 00097360566949
Format DVD
Release Date 8/13/2015
Rating NR
Keywords
Outer Space
Science-Fiction
Spaceships
Star Trek
Theatrical Release
Editors Note
Note In STAR TREK: NEMESIS, based on the STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION television series, the USS Enterprise is gearing up for a challenging mission. While responding to a call from the Romulan neutral zone, the crew comes across a signal on the nearby planet Remus. It turns out to be Data's (Brent Spiner) less advanced brother, B-4 (also played by Spiner). Soon thereafter, Picard is confronted by Shinzon (Tom Hardy), who makes an offer of peace on behalf of the Romulans. As Starfleet enters into negotiations, they realize this treaty may have a twist. Shinzon presents himself as a clone of Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), and as a simultaneous friend and foe. Though the baby faced Shinzon wears an intimidating shiny black metallic suit of armor, and spits his words through a nasty sneer, he is clearly no match for Picard. Meanwhile Data has a nifty side project debugging his clone, whose intentions are not as innocent as they may seem. As tension mounts between the crew of the Starship Enterprise and Shinzon's Reman minions, resulting in riveting high-tech deep-space battle, a vital sacrifice must be made to save the day. STAR TREK: NEMESIS's shocking ending will leave viewers hanging, anxiously awaiting the next installment in the series.
Reviews
Los Angeles Times "Ever resilient and reliable, the Starship Enterprise team has never hesitated to move forward no matter what the obstacles, and the latest feature, STAR TREK NEMESIS, has once again ventured into unexplored territory..." 12/13/2002 p.C12
Entertainment Weekly "...The folks who cobbled NEMESIS together indulge the force of humanity over hardware in a way that George Lucas has long forgotten..." 01/03/2003 p.47
Variety "...NEMESIS is a respectable venture on its own terms..." 12/02/2002 p.39
Sight and Sound "...Shinzon and Picard have an interesting relationship, and Logan shows savvy..." 02/01/2003 p.61-2
Directors
Stuart Baird
Actors
Patrick Stewart
Tom Hardy
Brent Spiner
Cast & Crew
Brent Spiner - Actor
Dina Meyer - Actor
Gates McFadden - Actor
Jonathan Frakes - Actor
LeVar Burton - Actor
Marina Sirtis - Actor
Michael Dorn - Actor
Patrick Stewart - Actor
Tom Hardy - Actor
Wil Wheaton - Actor
Ron Perlman - Actor
Gene Roddenberry - Based on TV Series Created By
Jeffrey L. Kimball - Cinematographer
Stuart Baird - Director
Dallas Puett - Editor
Marty Hornstein - Executive Producer
Jerry Goldsmith - Musical Score
Rick Berman - Producer
Herman F. Zimmerman - Production Designer
John Logan - Screenplay
Technical Info
Original Release Date 2002
Catalog ID 056694
UPC 00097360566949
Number of Discs 1
Running Time 116 minutes
Color Color
Original Language English
Available Subtitles English, Spanish
Available Audio Tracks English
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Reviews
ReviewSource San Francisco Examiner
Review Watching 1998's Insurrection made one long for the quality of the 1987-94 TV series, while Nemesis simply reminds one of some of the series' lesser entries. It's an improvement, but not an overwhelming one. Neither film stands up to the warmth and energy of Star Trek: First Contact (1996), which boasted heavyweights like James Cromwell and Alfre Woodard to help loosen things up.But the lack of vigor is most clearly felt when Nemesis tries to crib a trick or two from some of the earlier films with the intention of wrenching a few hearts. Even this device (which I won't reveal) comes across as strangely cold and rushed.What hurts most of all is that the last four years comprise the longest period ever between Star Trek sequels, and the momentum feels all but squelched. Nemesis doesn't leave us with enough confidence that an 11th movie will be worth anyone's time.
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Reviewer Jeffrey Anderson
ReviewRating 7
ReviewSource L.A. Times
Review It's true that the Star Trek movies, and Nemesis is only partially an exception, have an air of pokey earnestness about them. No one is going to say they have the narrative propulsion of a runaway train, no matter who writes and directs them. And, with Stewart and in this case Hardy very much the exceptions, no one is going to say they are memorably acted. Familiarity and continuity are what the success of this series has always been about. We've been here before, and we like the neighborhood.
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Reviewer Kenneth Turan
ReviewRating 7
Features
DVD, No Longer Produced
Quotes
Ethan Alter, Film Journal International ...for casual Trek viewers, this is a pretty good ride.
David Cornelius, Amazing Colossal Website ...the best movie featuring the Next Generation cast...
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