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Resistance is Futile.
They call themselves the borg - a half-organic, half-machine collective, and they are headed to earth with a devious plan to alter history. Picard's last encounter with the borg almost killed him. Now he wants vengeance. But how far will he go to get it?

"...pulsates with great imagination, amusing characters...  Desson Thomson, Washington Post
"...does everything you'd want a "Star Trek" film to do, and it does it with cheerfulness and style.  Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
"...the movie glides along with purpose and style.  Richard Corliss, Time

Editor's Note
The Borg have once again targeted the Federation; this time, their devious plot threatens not only the present, but Earth's past as well. While Commander Riker, Deanna Troi, and Geordi La Forge work hard on the surface of 21st-century Earth to keep history on schedule, the rest of the crew plays a desperate game with the genetically-networked attackers above the planet, matching former Locutus Jean-Luc and cybernetically-naive Data against the erotic, mechanized cunning of the Borg queen. Resistance is futile.
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Paramount
Video Release Date Release Date: 4/20/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 110 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1996
Video UPC UPC: 00097360719543
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  2.35:1
Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info Brent Spiner
Video Cast Info Gates McFadden
Video Cast Info Michael Dorn
Video Cast Info Jonathan Frakes
Video Cast Info Marina Sirtis
Video Cast Info Alice Krige
Video Cast Info Patrick Stewart
Video Cast Info LeVar Burton
Video Cast Info James Cromwell
Video Cast Info Alfre Woodard
Video Cast Info Peter Lauritson - Producer
Video Cast Info Robert Blackman - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Jerry Goldsmith - Composer
Video Cast Info Herman Zimmerman - Production Designer
Video Cast Info John Wheeler - Editor
Video Cast Info Matthew F. Leonetti - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Deborah Everton - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Brannon Braga - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Rick Berman - Producer
Video Cast Info Hillary Hayes - Featured
Video Cast Info Rick Berman - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Ronald D. Moore - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Jonathan Frakes - Director
Plot Summary
The Borg have once again targeted the Federation--but this time, their devious plot threatens not only the present, but Earth's past as well. While Commander Riker, Deanna Troi, and Geordi La Forge work hard on the surface of 21st-century Earth to keep history on schedule, the rest of the crew plays a desperate game with the genetically networked attackers above the planet, matching former Locutus Jean-Luc and cybernetically naive Data against the erotically mechanized cunning of the Borg queen. Resistance is futile.

Awards


Image Award (1997)
   Video Award Name Alfre Woodard, Nominee, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture

Oscar (1997)
   Video Award Name Michael Westmore, et. al., Nominee, Best Makeup

Memorable Quotes

"Resistance is futile." ---- Android Lt. Commander Data (BRENT SPINER)

"Assimilate this!" ---- Lt. Commander Worf (MICHAEL DORN)

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly
"...A zippy new energy and a sleek, confident style....Witty, pleasurable..." -- Rating: B 12/06/1996 p.51

Variety
"...A smashingly exciting sci-fi adventure that ranks among the very best....Stewart once again comports himself with all the gravity and panache you would expect from a Shakespearean-trained actor..." 11/18/1996

Los Angeles Times
"...Blessed with clever plot devices....FIRST CONTACT does everything you'd want a STAR TREK film to do, and does it with cheerfulness and style..." 11/22/1996 p.F1

ReelViews 8 of 10
A conscious decision was made to develop First Contact into the most action-oriented adventure since Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and the largely-effective results speak for themselves. This film moves, rarely ever stopping to take a breath. Originality is not at an all-time high, but the film makers have shown a great deal of ingenuity in grafting elements of Moby Dick, Aliens, Terminator 2, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Return of the Jedi, and even Die Hard onto the familiar Star Trek formula, which emphasizes ideas over mindless thrills. The editing is crisp and the direction is sure-handed, making for perhaps the most streamlined Star Trek movie of them all...First Contact has single-handedly revived the Star Trek movie series, at least from a creative point-of-view. - James Berardinelli

Chicago Sun-Times 9 of 10
"Star Trek: First Contact'' is one of the best of the eight "Star Trek'' films: Certainly the best in its technical credits, and among the best in the ingenuity of its plot...Some of the earlier "Star Trek'' movies have been frankly clunky in the special-effects department; the first of the series came out in 1979 and looked pale in comparison to ``Star Wars.'' But this one benefits from the latest advances in f/x artistry, starting with its sensational opening shot, which begins so deep inside Picard's eyeball, it looks like a star-speckled spacescape and then pulling back to encompass an unimaginably vast Borg starship..."Star Trek'' movies in the past have occasionally gone where no movie had gone, or wanted to go, before. This one is on the right beam. - Roger Ebert

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