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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 ...
Counselor Deanna Troi
Sarifus ...
Lt. Cmdr. Data
Samantha Merrell ...
Kristie
Ian Brown ...
Phil the Bartender
Yai-Yai See ...
Ens. Lesley Kal / Willey
Temporarybutterfly ...
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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2 October 2010 (USA)  »

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There's only one voice, even for the women.
23 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

The CGI is straight out of 3D Animation 101, and poorly done with character movement. I have no clue who the other vocal talent was listed in the credits...but trust me, there was only one voice, even for the female characters. The TV series "Enterprise" had to get special permission after a few seasons to carry the label "Star Trek." How this was able to carry said title is beyond me. Same goes for using characters and music from previous series. The people that own the rights to the Star Trek franchise would do well to pull all records of this ever existing off the shelves and internet (where I found it). The first 15 minutes alone were enough for me just to roll over and let the boring, monotone, SAME voice for every character bore me to sleep.

Do not waste your time. The only reason it got the second star is for how quickly it put me to sleep. But terrible enough to make Rodenberry roll over in his grave.


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