Star Trek: Nemesis Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 6592

Average Rating: 2.5/4

# of Ratings: 141

Theatrical Release Date: 12/13/2002

Language: English

Genre: Action, Sci-Fi

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Director: Stuart Baird

Actors: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, Tom Hardy, LeVar Burton, Gates McFadden

Plot: Picard discovers a clone of himself and has to figure out a way to not cause a war between the Romulans and the federation.

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Chris Kavan - wrote on 01/09/2012

It's no wonder Star Trek needed a reboot - this last of the Next Generation films is pretty terrible and it was obvious they didn't know where to go. Insurrection wasn't that good either, but this clearly is even worse.

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Snoogans - wrote on 11/07/2011

Worst of the Star Trek films.

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"Star Trek: Nemesis" by Yojimbo

Yojimbo - wrote on 07/08/2012

The Romulan Empire acquires a new ruler in a military coup d'etat and this mysterious figure offers an olive branch to the federation which promptly dispatches the Enterprise to investigate. I hated Nemesis when I first saw it; once again Brent Spiner is saddled with some mawkish sentimentality and weak slapstick (his interpretation of a prototype data resembles an autistic Stan Laurel), some blatantly irrelevant action sequences and the script seemed superficial and little more than an excuse for CGI infested space battles. Now I've seen it in the context of the JJ Abrams reboot, it makes rather more sense and in fact feels like it has more in common with the new direction than the old franchise. The special effects in particular are rather better than the previous films, the battles …

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3rd Worst Star Trek Film (Which means it's bad)

Drive-In Massacre - wrote on 12/22/2009

After seeing Star Trek: Insurrection, I was certain that the next film could not possibly be worse, but with a series like this, I guess you never can tell. It tries very hard to be a major, epic finale for the Next Generation crew, but fails much more than it succeeds. The whole experience is kind of upsetting because you can tell how much effort the special effects crew and actors put in to make this a good film. It just doesn't end up being that way.

By the time I had gotten to this movie I had figured out that, yes, the odd numbered movies in the series are usually substantially worse than the even numbered ones. I think it's safe to say that everyone behind Nemesis was well aware of that too; which leads me to believe the writers and directors simply didn't try. It is without a …

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