Star Trek: Nemesis
Science Fiction • PG-13 • 2002 • 1 hr 56 min
This movie is just one big action scene. Very non-Star-Trek.
The worst of the NG movies. Easy to see why it fell off after this.
Tom Hardy does well in this movie but almost everything else about it is infinitely forgettable with no real redeeming qualities
Tom Hardy and Patrick Stewart perfectly complement each other in this film. The remaining aspects of the movie are decent enough.
One of the three worst Star Trek films of all time.
Star Trek is supposed to be groundbreaking science fiction, but this is generic and formulaic. The film’s title underscores this perfectly.
My guess is that Star Trek movie fans will find it just fine, and hardcore Trekkies will hate it. Still better than Generations/Insurrection
On paper this should be a fun thrilling adventure, but it ends up being a forgettable film with a sprinkle of humour to keep you engaged.
This movie made me sad. I like Tom Hardy and his performance, actually. But overall plot was a bit odd.
Sad for this one to be the final material of TNG but definitely just a fun little action sci fi within the star trek universe.
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