Star Trek: Nemesis

2002

Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller / War

138
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 38%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 49%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 71752

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Director

Cast

Tom Hardy as Shinzon
Ron Perlman as Viceroy
Wil Wheaton as Wesley Crusher
Dina Meyer as Commander Donatra
720p.BLU
799.52 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 56 min
P/S 3 / 27

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by AtlantaGayBoi 10 / 10

From a die hard fan...

Ok. I'm a die hard fan. No, I don't wear the uniforms, but I have every episode of TNG through Season 5, and will have Season's 6 & 7 by the end of the year (2 more weeks!). I know just about everything there is to know (especially about TNG). So, that being said - I think that Nemesis was INCREDIBLE. I'm tired of hearing all of the complaints about how it did this or failed to live up to that. Come on folks! This was an amazing outing for the TNG cast...much better than any previous incarnation.

Let's examine what it offered: plenty of stuff for the fanboys. Wesley Crusher, Guinan, Janeway (and IMDB credits Dr. Pulaksi? Did anyone see her?)and references to the first mission (Riker remembers his first meeting with Data - on the holodeck, where he was whistling "Pop Goes The Weasel". Extreme action. Excellent special effects (the best to date, in my opinion). New technology - the ATV and new shuttlecraft & the Scimitar, and newly designed Romulan Warbirds. And also some very major events: the death of Data, Will & Deanna's wedding, Riker's promotion to Captain, the discovery of B-4, the first appearance of Janeway as an Admiral, first appearance of the Remans, and the allusion to possible peace between the Federation and Romulan Empire. The storyline was solid, and did not lull. And wasn't it great to see Deanna contribute to the success of a mission? What more could you ask for?

Reviewed by ZenAjax2 10 / 10

Very powerful film, one of the best Star Trek films

Although the movie has its corny moments, Nemesis is a very powerful film, due in no small part to Shinzon, perhaps the best villain in the franchise after Khan. Shinzon is a complex, human character, and Tom Hardy brings him to life better than most Star Trek villains. Another reason for any success this film achieves is that it borrows elements and themes from the original Star Trek film series and applies them well. The action scenes are well conceived and not excessive, compared to the fight sequence in the recent, second Star Wars movie, which suffered from overkill. Several scenes, in particular, were very powerful and when the movie ended, I continued to sit for several minutes, speechless.

Reviewed by Matt Greene 6 / 10

The Final Entry In The Mediocre Next Gen Franchise

Nemesis isn't as bad as many people seem to think. Tom Hardy is crazy fun, there's some Star Trek philosophizing going on, the action is fast-paced. Still, with its forgettable plotting, it's a mildly disappointing send-off for the Next-Gen crew.

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