Most pointless TNG movie?

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    archangelwho

    [81]Jun 14, 2009
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    So few of the Star Trek movies has lived up to the TV shows that it is hard to pick just one.
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    cactusjack39

    [82]Jun 14, 2009
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    Insurrection. The movie was predictable, sappy, unoriginal, and it seemed like the most forced of any Star Trek movie.
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    sockstar

    [83]Jun 27, 2009
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    Tie between Insurrection and Nemesis.

    Insurrection because it was completely forgettable (I watched in a cinema, and I can't remember anything about it), and Nemesis because it's garbage.
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    pferreira86

    [84]Jun 29, 2009
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    I'm not going to defend Star Trek: Insurrection but I believe the producers intention was to make a less action packed film than First Contact. They felt an action packed Trek movie after another one was a bit too much. That's why Insurrection is so lacking in adventure.
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    seto1

    [85]Jun 29, 2009
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    Well maybe but at least give us a story that makes sense.
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    pferreira86

    [86]Jul 1, 2009
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    seto1 wrote:
    Well maybe but at least give us a story that makes sense.
    Totally agree. The villain wanted control of a planet with youthful properties when he had his cosmetic surgery he valued so much.
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    seto1

    [87]Jul 2, 2009
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    Why exactly was the federation helping out the bad guys anyway.
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    pferreira86

    [88]Jul 3, 2009
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    seto1 wrote:
    Why exactly was the federation helping out the bad guys anyway.
    The Federation didn't know they were bad, remember this was at the height of the Dominion war. It's difficult to tell your enemies from your friends. Having said that I think a psychotic madman who stretches his face at an important meeting would send alarm bells ringing.
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    seto1

    [89]Oct 11, 2009
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    Then again the federation can be quite dopes at times.
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    Samuel2484

    [90]Oct 11, 2009
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    I thought that Data was a vital importance in "Nemeses", but I thought that the Clone of Picard was a boring idea. So Nemeses is my choice.
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    snake63

    [91]Oct 28, 2009
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    Both Insurrection and Nemesis equally sucked. Even LaVar Burton said Nemesis sucked.

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    KingofIPirates

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    cactusjack39 wrote:
    Insurrection. The movie was predictable, sappy, unoriginal, and it seemed like the most forced of any Star Trek movie.
    I completely agree, Nemesis isn't far behind either.
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    Yaspaa

    [93]Dec 17, 2009
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    Insurrection and Nemesis maybe the weakest but Generations didn't feel like a TNG movie to me, it seemed to lack something, First Contact almost manages to make up for the others though.
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    lockeisalive

    [95]Nov 23, 2010
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    'Insurrection' and 'Generations'.the first was like a filler tv episode and the second was waste of time since we wanted to see a tng movie and instead we got a mix old+new generation movie.
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    NiallB31

    [96]Nov 30, 2010
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    Generations was brilliant. You could nearly count it as the final episode of TNG series.


    First Contact was the best TNG movie of all time.


    Nemesis was an enjoyable movie but not asaction packed as First Contact.


    Insurrection was good. I enjoyed it. Butwas my least favourite of them all.

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    scifinut99

    [97]Dec 1, 2010
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    i actuly liked all 4 tng movies

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