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Mirza Šišić 6 years ago
Watchable.
Ben Emmel almost 7 years ago
This was the first grown-up movie I ever say in theatres. It was crap.
Alberto David Cortes Sanchez 7 years ago
Deberianpasar mas de estas!
Russ Cullen 7 years ago
Typical TNG story, nothing special.
John Barton 7 years ago
I nearly walked out of the cinema part way through, but I stayed cos I'm stubborn.
Charlie Gleason 7 years ago
Woefully awkward. Pacing, acting, direction. Everything.
Douglas Carrison over 7 years ago
This could have been so much more had Stewart, Spiner and the execs not gotten their way.
Paul Flanaghan almost 8 years ago
Not the greatest Trek film. Not the worst though. Well that's something.
Benjamin Featherston almost 8 years ago
Some say this feels like a long episode of the TV show. I don't think that's a bad thing.
Tim Rowe 8 years ago
IMO, this was one of the best of the TNG-era Trek films.
Jordan McNamara 8 years ago
What poo.
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
Michelle Roussell almost 2 years ago
Daniel Rouco 2 years ago
Iulia M almost 3 years ago
Shana Beale 3 years ago
Richard Sebastian over 3 years ago
Raul A. Herrero almost 4 years ago
Star Trek: Insurrection is a 1998 American science fiction film directed by Jonathan Frakes, written by Michael Piller (with the story developed by producer Rick Berman and Piller), and with music composed by Jerry Goldsmith. It is the ninth film in the Star Trek franchise, and the third to feature the cast from the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. It revolves around the insurrection of the USS Enterprise-E as they discover that Starfleet has been conspiring with a species known as the Son'a to steal the planet of the peaceful Ba'ku for themselves. Insurrection was also the first Star Trek film to feature completely digital visual effects. No physical models were used. While observing the peaceful Ba'ku people on their planet, Lieutenant Commander Data (on secondment to the duck blind mission there) appears to malfunction, revealing the hidden presence of the joint Federation and Son'a task force to the Ba'ku. Admiral Matthew Dougherty requests the help of the...
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