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Trekkies 2 (2004)

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Denise Crosby takes another look at the huge fans of "Star Trek" and how the series from around the world has affected and shaped their lives.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Vaughn Armstrong ... Himself
Richard Arnold ... Himself
Robert Meyer Burnett ... Himself
Casey Biggs ... Himself
John Billingsley ... Himself
Brannon Braga Brannon Braga ... Himself
Lolita Fatjo Lolita Fatjo ... Herself
Leslie Fish Leslie Fish ... Herself
Michael Forest ... Himself
David A. Goodman ... Himself
Richard Herd ... Himself
Dominic Keating ... Himself
Jacqueline Lichtenberg Jacqueline Lichtenberg ... Herself
Cirroc Lofton ... Himself
Phil Morris ... Himself
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In this follow-up to the popular 1997 documentary, Denise Crosby returns for another look at fans of the "Star Trek" franchise. This time there are interviews with fans from other countries, updates on fans featured in the original film, and performances by "Star Trek"-themed "filk" bands. The filmmakers visited fans all over the world, including an Englishman who transformed his flat into a starship and listed this on the Internet for $2 million, and the first convention ever held in Serbia. The film also checks in on some of the original profilees like wunderkind Gabriel Koerner and alternate Whitewater juror Barbara Adams. Written by Eric Sorensen

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20 April 2004 (USA) See more »

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Richard Arnold: At a convention a few years ago, when Gene Roddenberry was still alive, he came out on stage and used the term Trekkies, referring to the fans, and some fan down the front row yelled back, "Trekkers!" And Gene pointed right back at the person and said, "no, it's Trekkies. I should know, I invented the thing."
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During the ending credits, interviewees discuss the impact of the first Trekkies film. See more »

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"I've met some of the people in this documentary"
26 January 2005 | by simon-trekSee all my reviews

I believe Trekkies 2 is defiantly worth watching if you enjoyed the first Trekkies film. Some of the Trekkies interviewed in the first Trekkies film appear in Trekkies 2 so it is interesting to see how they have grown and how they have continued using Star Trek as part of their lives. But what I think is most interesting is seeing Star Trek fans and conventions in other countries. The first Trekkies film only had American fans, but Trekkies 2 takes you to Star Trek fans and conventions in France, England, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Serbia and of course my country: Australia.

I've attended three Star Trek Conventions in Sydney so far. Including the one in June of 2003. Denise Crosby was a guest at this convention, she was here in Sydney to film Trekkies 2, I even briefly chatted with one of Denise's cameramen. Some of the Trekkies attending this convention were interviewed for Trekkies 2 but I wasn't one of them. I've met several of the Australian people interviewed for this documentary. One of them is Peter the host for the Sydney Star Trek Conventions. He claims that he's been attending conventions for twelve years. I also know Tammy who you see briefly dressed as a Romulan. I've also seen the huge teddy bear which is dressed in a Starfleet uniform. I've also met this "Admiral". I've forgotten her name but she is wearing a red Admiral's uniform and has these two white tentacles on her head. She calls herself a Human/Andorian (She appears during the end credits).

So it was nice to see some of the people I've met in this documentary and I am surprised that I'm the first Star Trek Convention attendee who has commented about this film.


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