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Trekkies -- A film about the fans of the various versions of "Star Trek".

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8 November 2002 (Hungary) See more »
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A hilarious look at the universe's most fervent fans. See more »
Plot:
A film about the fans of the various versions of "Star Trek". Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Denise Crosby ... Herself
Barbara Adams ... Herself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Denis Bourguignon ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan (as The Denis Bourguignon Family)
David Greenstein ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Laurel Greenstein ... Herself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Gabriel Köerner ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Richard Koerner ... Himself - Gabriel's Father (as Richard Köerner)
Rich Kronfeld ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan (as Richard Kronfeld)
Joyce Mason ... Herself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Evelyn De Biase ... Herself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Anne Kathleen Murphy ... Herself - 'Star Trek' Fan (as Anne Murphy)

Majel Barrett ... Herself (as Majel Barrett Roddenberry)

James Doohan ... Himself

DeForest Kelley ... Himself

Walter Koenig ... Himself

Nichelle Nichols ... Herself

Leonard Nimoy ... Himself

William Shatner ... Himself

George Takei ... Himself

Grace Lee Whitney ... Herself

LeVar Burton ... Himself

Michael Dorn ... Himself

Terry Farrell ... Herself

Jonathan Frakes ... Himself

Chase Masterson ... Herself

Kate Mulgrew ... Herself

Robert O'Reilly ... Himself

Ethan Phillips ... Himself

Brent Spiner ... Himself

Wil Wheaton ... Himself

Buzz Aldrin ... Himself - Astronaut
Richard Arnold ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Consultant
Brannon Braga ... Himself - Co-Executive Producer 'Star Trek: Voyager'
Maria De Maci ... Herself
Daryl Frazetti ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan
James T. Kirk ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Erik Larson ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Marc Okrand ... Himself (as Dr. Marc Okrand)
Brian Phelps ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan (as Brian W. Phelps)
Glen Proechel ... Himself - Founder - Interstellar Language School
Patrick Rimington ... Himself - Convention Promoter (as Pat Rimington)
Jeri Taylor ... Herself - Co-Creator / Executive Producer 'Star Trek: Voyager'

Mark Thompson ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan
J. Trusk ... Himself - Captain Kirk Lookalike
Douglas Marcks ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Fan
Deborah Warner ... Herself - Fanzine Writer (as Deborah L. Warner)
Michael Westmore ... Himself - 'Star Trek' Make-up Supervisor
G.Z. Allen ... Himself
Robert Allen ... Himself
Holly Barbour ... Herself
Morgan Barbour ... Herself
Jennifer Bax ... Herself
Viki Beyer ... Herself
Robert Boudrow ... Himself
Nicole Compton ... Herself
Dennis Friday II ... Himself
David Livingston ... Himself

Gary Lockwood ... Himself
Geoffrey Mandel ... Himself
Diane Morgan ... Herself
Renee Morrison ... Herself - Barbara Adams' Co-Worker
Stephanie Murphy ... Herself
James Pollnow ... Himself
Lori Seol ... Herself - Merchandise Dealer
Kenneth Traft ... Himself
Deborah Wheeler ... Herself - Barbara Adams' Co-Worker
Wayne Wills ... Himself

Robert Beltran ... Himself
Jolynn Brown ... Herself
Justin Reid Cutietta ... Himself

Roxann Dawson ... Herself
Evelyn Eastteam ... Herself
Diana Harper ... Herself
Inge Heyer ... Herself
John Hurles ... Himself
Devin Irwin ... Himself
Joan Letlow ... Herself

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Himself (as Robert McNeill)
Jason Munoz ... Himself
Harminder Pal ... Himself
John Paladin ... Himself
Mark Payton ... Himself

Robert Picardo ... Himself
Jessica Rimington ... Herself
Mary Rottler ... Herself

Tim Russ ... Himself
Douglas Shannen ... Himself
Linda Syck ... Herself
Barron Toler ... Himself
Thomas Anitzberger ... Himself
Craig Berthiaume ... Himself
Brian Dellis ... Himself
Ross Gabrick ... Himself
Adam Geiss ... Himself
Jason Mathews ... Himself
Hope Rudeen ... Herself
Paul Rudeen ... Himself

Timothy Scott ... Himself
Jason Speltz ... Himself
Rocky Stinitis ... Himself
Deborah Taller ... Herself
Alois C. Tschamjsl ... Himself
Allison Todd ... Herself
Bruce Clarke ... Himself
Melisa Dahl ... Herself
L. Grace Klitmoller ... Herself
Tim Meyers ... Himself
Donelda Snyder ... Herself
Pat Weisner ... Herself
William Coble ... Himself
Ron Duran ... Himself
Lynn Fulstone ... Herself
Glenn Gadd ... Herself
L.D. Gardner ... Himself
Travis Gates ... Himself
Debbie Hanon ... Herself
Dennis Hanon ... Himself
Randall Hawthorne ... Himself
Sharron Hawthorne ... Herself
Logan Madden ... Himself
Adam Madden ... Himself
Cheryl Petersen ... Herself
Adam Philpott ... Himself
Russell Ray ... Himself
Tonya Saunders ... Herself
Daniel Shea ... Himself
Susan Shea ... Herself
Wendy Shea ... Herself
David Silverman ... Himself
Esther Becerra ... Herself
Ana Espinoza ... Herself
Edgar Jauregui ... Himself
Salvador Nogueda ... Himself
Richard Clabaugh ... Himself

Daren Dochterman ... Himself
Edward Herndon ... Himself
Joyce Herndon ... Herself
Penny Keane ... Herself
Jane Lostumbo ... Herself
Stanley Lozowsky ... Himself
Marcella Mesnard ... Herself
Carl Meyers ... Himself
Carroll Paige ... Herself
Daniel Pilkington ... Himself
Ric Parish ... Himself
Thomas Phillips ... Himself
Robert Russell ... Himself
Lori Schwartz ... Herself
Tom Stewart ... Himself
Karl Van Der Wyk ... Himself

Jonathan West ... Himself
Cheryl Wilson ... Herself
Michael Armendariz ... Himself
Teresa Bailie ... Herself
Roberta Barnhart ... Herself
Thomas Bax ... Himself
Jared Bird ... Himself
Martha Bock ... Herself
Richard Bowen ... Himself
Miguel Carreon ... Himself
Thomas Clegg ... Himself
Rick Corley ... Himself
Rey Duran ... Himself
Chris Fleming ... Himself
Michael Gay ... Himself
Armando Paul Guillen ... Himself
Peter Haberkorn ... Himself
Shantell Hafner ... Herself
Steve Hardy ... Himself
Lisa Harper ... Herself
Scott Harper ... Himself
Matthew Herra ... Himself
David Koontz ... Himself
Margaret Koontz ... Herself
Stephen Koontz ... Himself

Robert Lopez ... Himself
Steve Menaugh ... Himself
Phil Murre ... Himself
Sondra Reynolds ... Herself
Michael Raffeo ... Himself
Shelly Raffeo ... Herself
Evan Shride ... Herself
Helen Souza ... Herself
Dennis Thuringer ... Himself
Linda Thuringer ... Herself
Travis Williams ... Himself
Frank D'Amico ... Comedian / Himself

Rick Overton ... Comedian / Himself
Jon Ross ... Comedian / Himself

Fred Travalena ... Comedian / Himself

Matt Weinhold ... Comedian / Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Melissa Dahl ... Herself

John de Lancie ... Himself (uncredited)
Steve Head ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Roger Nygard 
 
Produced by
W.K. Border .... producer
Denise Crosby .... co-executive producer
Michael Leahy .... executive producer
Scott Nimerfro .... associate producer
Joel Soisson .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
J.J. Holiday 
Billy Sullivan 
Walter Werzowa 
Jimmie Wood 
 
Cinematography by
Harris Done 
 
Film Editing by
Roger Nygard 
 
Production Management
Jennifer Lane .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Larry Scharf .... sound mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Chad Goei .... digital artist
Christopher Dusendschon .... in-show optical process and effects compositor: THDX (uncredited)
Christopher Dusendschon .... motion control end credit sequence optical compositor: THDX (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Elio Concepcion .... assistant camera
Timothy B. Johnson .... camera operator
John P. Tarver .... additional photography (as John Tarver)
 
Editorial Department
Lisa Raymond .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
J.J. Holiday .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
Jennifer Conroy .... assistant to producer
Jason Mundy .... assistant to producer
 

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Rated PG for mild sexual and drug references
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86 min
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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Surprisingly good, 11 December 2009
Author: Alex Haladay from United States

When my friend and I rented this movie, we sat down with the intent that it was going to make fun of trekkies. But after watching it, my opinion actually changed about them. And for the better.

This movie not only shows the fans, but it talks about the culture itself. I ended up actually respecting the Gene Roddenberry trekkies because Roddenberry wanted an upbeat future. Something where humanity was actually better over all. And the fans that followed his idea are very friendly and accepting. Even the ones that emulate the war like Klingons are still a lot more friendly than other sci fi fans you will meet.

I'm not saying all of the fans are like this. I've met some of the more egotistical ones, but that is mainly on the inet where you have a tendency to run into people that have very little social skills. But the people in this movie are actually quite normal! As for the movie, Denise Crosby does a great job as both host and interviewer. She asked questions in a non-biased way, which is the most we could want in a reporter.

I liked Star Trek: The Next Generation but not the other series in the franchise so I wouldn't call myself a trekkie. I never went to a convention and don't plan on ever. So this movie was an eye opener. I'll deal with theses Roddenberry fans over any other TV show fanatics any day of the week. In fact, I'll take these fans over sports fans as well. Trek may be dorkie, but I never heard of a trekkie booing the first black Star Trek actor like Philly fans did to Jackie Robinson in baseball.

Oh, and as a side note. During the Klingon language class scene, my friend and I had to stop the tape and rewind to watch it again. The one woman in the class was hot. We were dumbstruck by the fact that an attractive female was trying to learn Klingon :P

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