Star Trek, First Contact

Star Trek, First Contact

DVD - 2005
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Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew fight to prevent the Borg from changing history by destroying the man who invented warp drive.
Publisher: Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount Pictures, c2005
Edition: Special collector's ed. --
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (111 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. --
Alternative Title: First contact [videorecording]

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dragonsnakes Mar 11, 2011

Good sci fi flick


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redwig
Apr 23, 2016

I saw this movie in the theater and people in the audience actually screamed in fear at the Borg (the Borg Queen's costume was designed by the same dude who designed the alien in "ALIEN"), cheered in jubilation at the bravery of the Enterprise crew (Worf: "Assimilate THIS!"), and were moved to tears at the beauty of the final scenes and message of friendship and hope (New Book Idea: "How to shake hands with a Vulcan"). THIS MOVIE IS AWESOME. The best Trek so far.

BookReviewer2015 Nov 08, 2014

Captain Kirk and Picard team up in one of the most epic Star Trek films!

Features vengeful Klingons, a soul searching android, family tragedy, science fiction adventure, and of course a thrilling finale!

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uzebdrumz
Aug 08, 2014

As Weird Al sang in White & Nerdy, "only question I ever thought was hard
was do I like Kirk or do I like Picard?" They're both featured in this film & they have to work together to stop renegade scientist Tolian Soran.

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darrylhahn
Sep 17, 2012

Resistence is definetly not futile !

dragonsnakes Mar 11, 2011

Good sci fi flick

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Keogh
Jan 17, 2011

The best of the Trek films. Picard and crew follow the Borg into the past to save humanity when the Collective tries to change history and prevent First Contact with an alien race in the mid 21st Century. The regular cast from the series all get plenty to do. The supporting cast of James Cromwell, Alfred Woodard, and particularly Alice Krige as the Borg Queen all make for memorable characters. And Jonathan Frakes takes the helm as director, bringing it all together in a story about saving the future, revenge versus duty, and hope itself.

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B0nnie
Dec 02, 2010

http://www.confusedmatthew.com/Star-Trek-Generations.php

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