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Star Trek: Of Gods and Men (2007)

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It is the year 2306. Thirteen years have passed since Captain James T. Kirk was swept away by the Nexus, after saving the crew of the Enterprise-B. The remaining crew members of the ... See full summary »

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It is the year 2306. Thirteen years have passed since Captain James T. Kirk was swept away by the Nexus, after saving the crew of the Enterprise-B. The remaining crew members of the original USS Enterprise have gone their separate ways. Captain Nyota Uhura and Captain Pavel Chekov, along with Captain John Harriman of the Enterprise-B, come together for a special dedication in honor of Kirk's Enterprise. Their reunion is cut short when they receive a distress call from a mysterious planet, that presses the three friends to embark on a mission that will change their lives forever. Written by Anonymous

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Nichelle Nichols (Nyota Uhura), Walter Koenig (Pavel Chekov), Grace Lee Whitney (Janice Rand), Lawrence Montaigne (Stonn), Alan Ruck (John Harriman) and Tim Russ (Tuvok) are the only actors to reprise their roles from official "Star Trek" productions. See more »

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Charlie Evans: [about James T. Kirk] He died saving hundreds of people?
Data Clerk: Billions. Billions of people. Entire planets. I don't think there's been a single person who's had that kind of influence...
Charlie Evans: But he wouldn't save me. I didn't wait forty years to be cheated.
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Missy Quito and Wally Mart are credited under Special Thanks. "Missy Quito" is a reference to the millions of mosquitoes that plagued the cast and crew during the summer heat wave in upstate New York. "Wally Mart" is a reference to the thousands of dollars one associate producer spent at the only store within a hundred miles of the NY studio - the Wal Mart in nearby Ticonderoga. See more »

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Proves That The Trek Universe Has Nothing to Do With FX
19 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

When you get right down to it, Star Trek is about characters. Not CGI. This production offers downright primitive FX, but the characterizations are riveting. Walter Koenig gives a devastating performance -- his best ever -- that actually made me irate when I considered how his immense talent was squandered for so long in corporate Trek. Likewise with Garrett Wang. In Voyager, his Harry Kim was, like many corporate Star Trek characters, bland and generally uninteresting. (That's why alternate time line/universe Trek stories are always superior.) Nichelle Nichols' performance here outshines anything she's done in any of the TOS feature films. Alan Ruck as Harriman oscillates between menacing and hysterical. And JG Hertzler as Koval sets a new standard for menacing Klingons. Chase Masterson (call me!) as the Orion slave girl continues to be the hottest flame in the Star Trek universe. It was great to see Lawrence Montaigne reprise the role of the Vulcan Stonn, and Gary Graham rounds out a truly professional acting ensemble. I'd rather watch cheap productions like this one -- with twisty plots and interesting, passionate characters -- over the slick, simplistic, corporate dreck. Let's see if the upcoming Star Trek prequel -- with its $150 MILLION budget -- can deliver this kind of intense, emotionally engaging adventure. I doubt it.

**UPDATE** OK. I enjoyed Star Trek (2009). It was slick, fast, and fun...and it had two great Spock performances. But I also found the story strained (lacking a coherent plot-line) and derivative (in a bad way). It echoed (strangely) the abysmal Star Trek: Nemesis with its monstrous death-ship and Romulan bad-a$$ baldy. (Maybe in the next film the young Kirk and Spock will go back in time and save some whales.) So, I'd give the big budget flick a 7.9 on its flash and on the strength of Zachary Quinto's performance, but the movie as a whole doesn't hold up well under multiple viewings. I still enjoyed Of Gods and Men more.


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