Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)

 


 

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Genre: Action,Sci-Fi,Thriller

Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)
   
Release Date: 13 December 2002 (USA)
Country: USA
Director: Stuart Baird
Cast:
  • Patrick Stewart
  • Jonathan Frakes
  • Brent Spiner
  • LeVar Burton
  • Michael Dorn
  • Marina Sirtis
  • Gates McFadden
  • Tom Hardy
  • Ron Perlman
  • Shannon Cochran
  • Dina Meyer
  • Jude Ciccolella
  • Alan Dale
  • John Berg
  • Michael Owen


33 Responses to Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)

  1. ChristianTrekkie2010
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    Hi there fellow star trek fans ok it’s simple i’ll post 25 trivia questions without cheating post your answers all 25 would be nice and i’ll come back 1 week from today and post the correct answers so test your trek movie and tv knowledge have fun and let’s begin

    Question #1.what one of these star trek episodes did not show an earth car "the 37’s", "the big good-bye", "little green men", "twilight"?

    Question #2.what star trek movie featured a bolian in main engineering aboard the uss enterprise?

    Question #3.what race is guinan?

    Question #4.what is the name of commander riker’s father?

    Question #5.what is the maiden name of keiko o’brien?

    Question #6.how many ships were part of the task force to join the uss enterprise as seen in star trek:nemesis?

    Question #7.where on earth was commander riker and counselor troi’s wedding as seen in star trek:nemesis?

    Question #8.what song did data sing at riker and troi’s wedding?

    Question #9.who said this line from a star trek movie "23 was my limit"?

    Question #10.what class is the standard reman fighter?

    Question #11.what one of these is not a star trek episode "yesteryears", "ex post facto", "silicon avatar", "demons", "empok nor", "the cloud minders"?

    Question #12.what one of these is not a star trek alien race the tak tak, daliwalken, elora, crate, tarlac?

    Question #13.what one of these is not a starfleet ship mentioned or seen on star trek, USS Gage, USS Lalo, USS Fleming, USS Raven, USS Merimac?

    Question #14.what one of these admirals has not been mentioned on an episode of star trek admiral chakote, admiral brand, admiral gibson, admiral bullock, admiral black?

    Question #15.what one of these captains has not been mentioned on an episode of star trek captain conklin, captain fisher, captain saheva, captain raymond, captain robinson?

    Question #16.what class of ship is the USS Relitivity?

    Question #17.what class of ship is the USS Buran?

    Question #18.what class of ship is the USS Honshu?

    Question #19.what class of ship is the USS Eagle?

    Question #20.what class of ship is the USS Titan?

    Question #21.what episode of star trek is this scene from captain picard gets stabbed by a woman onboard the uss enterprise?

    Question #22.what main star trek character has a pet teddy bear?

    Question #23.what star trek character has a stuffed animal named toby?

    Question #24.what was b’elanna’s nick name given by a friend as mentioned on an episode of ST:VOY?

    Question #25.from these scrambled words "hte fro syk cteudho lwdro dan si vaeh I eth owlhol" what star trek episode is this?

    well that’s all for this time look for more fun star trek and sci-fi trivia coming soon! good luck hope you know them all

    as always live long and prosper!

  2. edoffing
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    This has probably been pointed out already, but…

    In "X3", Patrick Stewart’s character does pretty much the same thing that Data did in "Nemesis"…he transferred his ‘consciousness’ into someone else before dying.

    Coincidence??

  3. don-lope-de-aguirre
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    I don’t understand how they could ignore him in "Nemsis" – a TNG movie dealing with Romulus. The last time we saw Spock was on the TNG two parter "Unification" on Romulus.

    But than again I do not understand why the last TNG movie wasn’t a Q movie in the first place…

    I can’t remember where I heard it but I think I red a recent interview with Nimoy where her laments about that it seemed like the people in charge of Trek were deliberately ignoring Spock.

    Or it would have been even greater to see him at least once or twice as an Ambassador or Consultant in DS9 concerning the Dominion War…

  4. insurrection1701-1
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    Does anyone have the Rental numbers (gross) for Star Trek: Nemesis for the original May 20, 2003 DVD Release? I can’t find anything.

    Thanks.

  5. BenjaminCS
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    Any thoughts or ideas on what would’ve happened had Nemesis really made tons and tons of money and been really popular and just a big hit?

    Would it have caused Enterprise to be more successful and get it’s 7 year run?

    Would we have had another TNG film?

    Would we have gotten a DS9 film had Nemesis been alot more popular than it was?

    Maybe a Voyager film after that?

    Would we have gotten the 2009 Trek Remake?

    I’m just curious, would the franchise have actually been dead if the movie was a huge box office hit?

    I just wonder if things would’ve been different if it was. Was Nemesis’ box office failure the sole purpose for the death of the Star Trek Franchise?

  6. Rozax
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    I’ve only seen this movie once, and that was back when it premiered. A friend of mine says he liked the film, "except for the rape scene." I don’t remember anything concerning a rape scene.

    If they can put a man on the moon, why can’t they leave him there?

    – Sheep in the Big City

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0260653/

  7. jmsocool
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    I feel a little bad for Michael Dorn. After doing some excellent work on the television series, Worf barely does anything in the films. His most memorable moment is getting called a candy @ss b!tch by the old bald French guy. I imagine it must have been disappointing for him.

    "My girlfriend sucked 37 d*cks!"

    "In a row?"

  8. april89
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    There isn’t much use in putting spoilers on a movie that is 8 years old, but just to be on the safe side, in case someone young is scanning through these boards before watching the film.

    Everything in this movie felt like a chore. Everyone was so old and somehow beaten in this. There was an underlying sense of a depression and desperation, loosing oneself more then anything. People hate this movie but can’t quite put it together why. They claim it’s because many things were illogical and out of character, and they were, but there was also a huge lack of logic in some of the best and most loved Star Trek movies(Kirk’s infamous reluctance to use shields throughout the first 4 movies for example, and we still adore those).

    The real reason why this movie is so hated is because it’s a downer(subconsciously)- the happy, positive, wise- cracking crew of the Federation flagship that always had a solution has now grown old, gray, wrinkled, they have drifted apart and away. For the first time in TNG history, they are not safe on the best vessel in the universe, but are the weak underdogs in the big fight.

    Unlike the TOS people who went out with a bang, the TNG guys slowly faded to black. The general darkness of the movie was amplified by the use of horror movie imagery( Remans- Nosferatu, the Haunting green color of the Basen Rift, the horrifying death of Romulan senators at the beginning), cutting of character buildup scenes to make it more action oriented, and the death of bellowed Data…

    This was like the Wrath of Khan, only with more warn out actors and no happy resolution in the sequel. I respect it for that. I also respect you if you don’t respect it for it.

  9. lastironman
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    As much as I liked this movie, I think TNG deserved a better finale. I know, I know, almost every Trekkie hates this film and I completely understand why. Too many "In-Jokes", a weak villian, bad writing – I’ve heard them all and I partly agree with those reasons. But here’s how I look at it:

    The movie starts out light and borderline campy; Data singing, Worf drunk on Romulan Ale, Picard poking fun at "Mr. Troi". But as the movie goes on, it slowly turns darker, culminating with Data’s sacrifice. And let’s not forget Shinzon’s death scene – the way he impaled himself just to try and get at Picard one more time; that was one of the darkest, creepiest moments in Trek history!

    Basically, in a nutshell, I’m just saying that I appreciated the ark in the tone of the movie – how it slowly went from light and campy to dark and tragic. I think that is how it was meant to be seen. Unfortunately, most fans only saw the weak villian, campy dialog, and whatever other flaws they chose to see over the more subtle, yet stronger attributes.

  10. Tyrannosaurus_sex
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    He somehow got a slave labor planet (or who ever else chipped in) 2 help him build a baddass warship the scimitar, find a way 2 fire while cloaked and acquire/control a super deadly type of radiation. Even the romulins didn’t (or chose not 2) use this radiation.

    He’s got my support 2 destroy earth!! GOOOOOOOOO SHIZON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. padre-brian
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  12. Scorch_El_of_Kandor
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    Unoriginal, out of character, tired, disconnected, and lame



    N’kay we really need a [slapabitch] emoticon

  13. ccaudle
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    I don’t know if this has been asked here before or not, but I’ve always wondered: Where was the Enterprise E and the crew during the Dominion War? In DS9’s episodes I never remember them ever being mentioned in any engagements. Can anyone help me out here?

  14. Tyrannosaurus_sex
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    It kinda sucks that Mr Worf wasn’t made the 1st officer. I guess picard didn’t like worfs tactical suggestions through-out the series. He probably thought worf was waaay 2 aggressive. (assuming it was picards choice)

  15. mattfoley_motivational_s
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    ‘Star Trek’ Caught in Black Hole

    2 March 2006 | From Studio Briefing | See recent Studio Briefing news

    Plans to revive Paramount’s Star Trek movie franchise have come undone after a screenplay for Star Trek: The Beginning by Erik Jendresen (Band of Brothers) was rejected, according to Dreamwatch magazine. In an interview with Doug Mirabello, the personal assistant to longtime Star Trek executive producer Rick Berman, the magazine also asked about reports that Patrick Stewart had agreed to appear in the next Star Trek film. Mirabello replied, "From what I’ve heard, Patrick wouldn’t do another Trek movie unless they paid him Professor X money," referring to the character Stewart plays in the 20th Century Fox X-Men movies. (His salary for those films has not been publicly disclosed.)


    Stewart was basically made wealthy by his association with Star Trek yet he refuses to make another film unless he is paid an inordinate amount of money.

    I hereby spit on him for his betrayal.

  16. LukeMM24
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    Nemesis isn’t really as bad as everyone makes it out to be.

    This prequel/reboot sounds like a big joke to me.

  17. monstermayhem32
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    I know that Denise Crosby was suppose to reprise her role as Sela, but ended up dropping out of the film, because she felt that there wasn’t a proper way to include the character. I think the movie would have been more interesting had Sela returned instead, since it would been more in continuity with the series having an old villain from the show return. It also would have been interesting to have Spock return in the film, since it would have been great to have Leonard Nimoy return.

  18. monstermayhem32
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    How is that the TNG films suffered from a lot of continuity errors. Even though the TNG novels, A Time for series which explain why Worf resigned as Ambassador and Wesley in a starfleet Lietenaunt’s uniform?

  19. reservoirdog1986
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    the TNG crew deserved a better farewell than this piece of garbage

  20. monstermayhem32
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    I heard that Majel Barrett was suppose to reprise her role as Lwxana Troi, but she turned it down and I wonder what was the reason for it.

  21. Tyrannosaurus_sex
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    Especially in romulin territory!!!!!!! I mean do they know what happens 2 earth if it’s mag field ever goes down??????????? It will be the end of all life on earth. These stupid writers don’t know jacks hit about space environment. Not just 2 protect against intruders but the shields are 2 protect against cosmic radiation. They should only take down the shields in cases of repairs and do that quickly so they can put it back up again.

  22. samhain4000
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    First Contact – Best of the bunch. It was good to see the Borg on the big screen. Patrick Stewart does an awesome job and Alice Krige does well as the Queen even though the character itself isn’t necessary. She makes it work for the film. Each member of the crew has some nice moments and I loved Jerry Goldsmith’s score especially the opening title theme.

    Nemesis – Might have been the best of the TNG flicks if Jonathan Frakes directed. Too many character scenes cut out in favor of action. Still, I find it entertaining.

    Generations – Loved seeing the Enterprise-D on the big screen. Not as much of a fan of the E. Should have had more scenes with Shatner and Stewart and the story is kind of all over the place.

    Insurrection – Strangely, this one actually feels the closest to the series, but the stakes aren’t high enough which makes it have zero tension. Also, mediocre special effects with humor that goes overboard puts it at the bottom for me.

  23. monstermayhem32
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    I was just wondering why is that there was a 4 year gap between Insurrection and Nemesis. I know that Insurrection was a moderate success at the box office, which may have been the reason why the 4th and final TNG film took so long to make. I guess it was more proper to release to release the film for the 15th anniversary of the show, which should have gotten released on October instead, since the film did poorly being released in December.

  24. Chrisbc-1
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    Who wins in a battle?

  25. jkitteraljr
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    Personally, I think that the Scimitar would be the victor. Thoughts?

  26. msegmx
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    well it’s not a big deal but wesley left starfleet in TNG’s ‘last journey’.

    at the wedding of Troi and Riker he had some sort of uniform with a starfleet emblem.

    is there any info about that ?

  27. HelloTherex
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  28. Anonymous
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  29. Prem_Raj
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    I hated the dress uniforms, but Deanna looked spectacular – pure MILF

    – West London is so me –

  30. Anonymous
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  31. jocke-
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    I have the DVD with all the special features, and in the interviews Stewart admits it was sad and difficult knowing it was all about to end, but there was no mention of any tears either from him or anyone else.

    And I saw nothing in the deleted scenes.

    Is there footage of this on Youtube or is it just a made up thing by a trekkie?

  32. newsfop
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    I have completed my sixth and final Star Trek movie review. Here I defend the merits of Star Trek: Nemesis. Curious? Link on and read at your leisure.

    http://betterthanyouthought.blogspot.com/2010/02/review-star-trek-neme sis.html

  33. NeoN9
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    Of the 11 Star Trek cinema films made so far, what 2 or 3 films,

    are your current favorite ones and please separately say why,

    for each fave Trek cinema film named (as in for the film’s

    better script, the acting, direction, FX, or a combo of all of

    these or any other factors).

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