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The TV show was an acquired taste with constant large and impossibly complex technological termsconstantly being bounced back and forth between crew members, almost always making any bizarre and improbablesituation explainable. In the same way, a lot of the plots involved some ridiculous premises but the crew and characterswere great and well-developed. So when Star Trek: Generations debuted the Next Generationcrew to the films in 1994, the crew made a pretty good transition to the big screen. The cinematic look wasdarker and gave the look a bigger and more theatrical feel to it. This was also the case with the surprisinglygood First Contact in 1996. In 1998, the third film involving these characters was released, Insurrection,but merely suffered from feeling too much like an extended television episode with not much rememberable about it.However, with this year's Nemesis, the movie feels even less like the traditional TV show and morelike a big screen production. This especially rings true during the final battle between starships. (It may also have you thinking,"Man, I can't imagine Picard doing that on the show!" -- but that's the coolest part about it) Picard's "nemesis,"Shinzon was probably his most suitable and interesting adversary to date. In case you don't know ahead of time (from other reviews or previews),I rather not give away why so you can find out in the movie. But this time around, Picard seems gutsier in his olderage and at times the film really tries to go "all-out" and thankfully, it often succeeds. Data plays a big partin the story as usual while surprisingly a lot of characters fall to the background more than usual like Worf,and in some ways Riker.
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