Star Trek: Generations Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 3863

Average Rating: 2.7/4

# of Ratings: 146

Theatrical Release Date: 11/18/1994

Language: English

Genre: Sci-Fi, Drama

MPAA Rating: PG

Director: David Carson

Actors: Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Malcolm McDowell, William Shatner

Plot: The two Star Trek Teams (old and Present) team up to defeat an evil doctor who destroys worlds to gain more power.

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2.5/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 02/20/2008

It was a noble effort to bring together the original and next generation Star Trek casts, but while the acting is there, the story never reaches that next level. There are some excellent scenes, but they are too few and far between.

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Rating of
2/4

"Star Trek: Generations" by Yojimbo

Yojimbo - wrote on 09/17/2012

An alien scientist obsessed with returning to a temporal nexus threatens the destruction of an entire planetary system and so Captain Picard enlists the help of the previous Captain of the Enterprise, Captain Kirk. The most obvious difference between the Next Generation's first big screen outing and the earlier films is a certain sense of professionalism; although it is still hokey sci-fi, the script is rather more adult (the embarrassing sub plot concerning Data's emotion chip aside), the performances have more dramatic gravitas and the effects and action sequences far more polished and exciting. The contrived excuse for Kirk appearing rather anachronistically in the Next Generation universe stretches credulity to breaking point and the whole nexus sequence drags the pacing down to a …

Rating of
2/4

Meh.

Drive-In Massacre - wrote on 12/31/2009

This is the first film outing for the Next Generation cast. It also is the first (and very forced) meeting of captains from both series. It's an okay film introduction for the new cast and a pretty bad finale for the last cast.

The villain played by Malcolm McDowell (and as usual with Malcolm since the 1980's, it's well acted but a poor acting decision) is one of the least threatening antagonists in the series. It's a cool idea that the character is supposed to be a drug addict who is just trying to get his next fix (his drug being getting back into the Nexus; a heaven like world) but he just seems like the weakest and most uninteresting villain in the series. It's made even worse that the villain in this movie *SPOILER* is the person who actually ends Cpt. Kirk's life in the entire …

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