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Star Trek I: Specter of the Past (2010)

A leading Starfleet scientist suddenly goes off the deep end, faking his own death to go into hiding. Then, five years later, he returns, meaner and more dangerous than ever.

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Brandon M. Bridges ...
Dr. Braiyon Elias Garr
Dennis Gard Robb ...
Captain Gaius Samuel Reyf / Tactical
Scott Fack ...
Doctor Edward Chellik
Michael Liebmann ...
Cmdr. Bradley Prentice
Elaine Marie Korff ...
Lt. Kendra Erickson
Bernadette M. Groves ...
Dr. Elizabeth Falwell / Helm Officer
Thomas Wright ...
Lt. Cmdr. Merv Ronston
Jack Calk ...
Lieutenant Howard Parks
Christopher Stadther ...
Lt. Cmdr. Maxwell 'Max' Garrett
Kim Gianopoulous ...
Sarifus ...
Samantha Merrell ...
Kristie
Ian Brown ...
Phil the Bartender
Yai-Yai See ...
Ens. Lesley Kal / Willey
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Ens. Jennifer Hargrove / Mitchell
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A leading Starfleet scientist suddenly goes off the deep end, faking his own death to go into hiding. Then, five years later, he returns, meaner and more dangerous than ever.

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Love is timeless. But evil lasts forever.

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Don't look a gift horse in the mouth
10 July 2014 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

There are some people out there that once hooked, could never quite give up on Star Trek. They want more than the latest action packed, special effect laden reinvention for the mentally retarded. Not that the original ones were terribly intelligent, but they had heart.

Here comes a new Star Trek story. True, it is an animation and the quality of the animation is ridiculous. Also, the voice over is done by the same guy, no matter the character. There are no aliens, either, just human models walking around with a happy gayt (and that is NOT a typo).

But the length of the film is 3 hours! The script is very consistent with the Star Trek universe, as well, very similar to the one in Generations. I watched the entire thing and, aside some boring moments, I enjoyed it just like any Star Trek NG series episode. All this must be appreciated.

If it was a computer game, people would have quickly come up with mods to change the voice, upgrade the animation, change the story. But no, instead trolls invade the Internet advising anyone (and I assume that includes Star Trek fans) to not watch a Star Trek film on animation and voice over quality alone. Well, I don't know about you, but I chose to ignore them.

Update: seen the other two films. Star Trek II: Retribution and Star Trek III: Redemption. You can find them freely on YouTube, just like this one. First one is three hours and the next is a staggering four hours long, both continuing where the previous film ended. I liked them all, although the introduction of time travel in any movie usually makes them worse than they should have been. Basically you have a 10 hour movie with a continuous story, split into three parts.

Great effort, I must say, and I was really sad to see there is no fourth part. I am not expert, but surely the models and scripts are available. With some help, a complete remastering and redubbing would make this a decent Star Trek series! Maybe a Kickstarter project or something...


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