As our world expands to include the entire galaxy everyone rushes to claim their own piece of this new world and thousands of colonies arise. With no core government, rogue colonies begin to wreak havoc and without a centralized army to protect the innocent peace is all but lost. Now at the end of mankind's greatest battle, empires will crumble, alliances will form, enemies will rise, and heroes will fall.Written by
Even the worst Star Trek movie was more enjoyable than this mess.
Okay, the plot is that in a distant future, humanity has divided between normal humans and a race of cyborgs. They fight a war, but at the moment of peace, they decide to send a starship with a huge crew of five (Yup, probably as many ill-fitting uniforms they could afford to have made) escort two cyborg emissaries back to earth.
Let's talk about the cyborgs. They are a cross between Klingons and Borg, with all the "interesting" surgically removed.
I have no doubt the only reason that Maverick Films (when you see their logo in the front of a film, you know you've been had) decided to cash in on the new Star Trek film.
Cheesy special effects, bad acting, recycled starship shots... a cliffhanger ending on the optimism that anyone would want to see a sequel... All just kind of sad.
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