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Star Trek: Nemesis




Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber




Star Trek fans, like James Bond fans, expect a blend of action, humor, and good ideas for the characters they know and love.

I think this picture, as a whole, brings back the excitement of the early days--a long overdue second wind.

There are plenty of cameos and suprises throughout, for all the Trekkie purists, and after listening to them all around me, no one seemed disappointed. I know I wasn't.

Star Trek movies have always had first-rate special effects, and this one is no exception.

However, Nemesis suffers from a stagnant plotline and a general lake of enthusiasm.

Going for action, rather than its usual cerebral story makes this Trek film, boldly go where no one has gone before, and hopefully never again.

Star Trek has launched the U.S.S. Enterprise for another intergalactic affair. The 10th planet to be exact.

Captain Picard leads the Next Generation crew on a mission for peace and to save the Earth from destruction.

The special effects are first-rate with top-flight visuals. I thought it was reasonably entertaining with its action, aliens, and ships in combat looking flawless, making this new Star Trek movie another thrilling part of the 23-year-old franchise.

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