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Feb 21, 2019 · Directed by Stuart Baird, Star Trek: Nemesis was the fourth and final film starring the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation.It was released in Christmas 2002, received poor reviews, and ranks as the lowest-grossing Star Trek movie ever.
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My personal ranking of the best to worst Star Trek Movies. This includes the original, TNG and Abrams timeline. Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc
- Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Is it the obvious choice? Yes, but it’s also the right one. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan isn’t just great Star Trek.
- Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. This movie is just pure joy from start to finish. I’m sure it may have been tempting to try and do more of the same: send Kirk and the crew out on an interstellar mission to fight some intergalactic foe with some destructive weapon on the line.
- Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. There’s shorthand that claims that every even-numbered Star Trek is good and every odd-numbered Star Trek is bad.
- Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. This is where on this list that Star Trek actually starts to feel like Star Trek. One of the great things The Original Series did was to tell narratives that reflected real-world tensions.
- Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) Very much an "OK, let’s right the ship" sequel after the disaster that was Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, The Undiscovered Country feels like a proper send-off for the original cast, reminding us why we love this crew so much.
- Star Trek Beyond (2016) After J.J. Abrams' overheated yet undercooked Star Trek Into Darkness, new director Justin Lin and co-screenwriter and co-star Simon Pegg made the smart decision to lighten things up a bit and not be so desperately beholden to nostalgia and Easter eggs.
- Star Trek: First Contact (1996) With the baton officially passed to the Next Generation cast, First Contact allowed the new crew to fully assert itself.
- Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) The idea of the gang from the Enterprise traveling through time and ending up in modern-day San Francisco sounds like the last-ditch, desperate Hail Mary for a dying franchise.
- "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" (1982) To counter the heady and slow-moving debut film, director and co-writer Nicholas Meyer fashioned a high-spirited naval adventure with Ricardo Montalban delivering an all-time melodramatic villain performance and battle scenes energized by James Horner's ringing score.
- "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" (1986) Aided by an expanded budget and directorial freedom after "The Search for Spock," director Leonard Nimoy ditched weapons and villains to shoot on location in San Francisco.
- "Star Trek" (2009) The script for J.J. Abrams' franchise reboot takes big swings and doesn't always connect, especially in the villain department. Yet the cast is so well-chosen, with chemistry and charisma to spare, that the new ensemble explores the dynamics of Roddenberry's old crew with apparent ease.
- "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country" (1991) Gene Roddenberry often pushed his series to explore stories as allegories for modern life and politics; here "Trek" becomes a Cold War story in which the Federation and a nearly bankrupt Klingon Empire are dropped into the context of a political thriller.
- Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Of course. The top spot stayed empty for a long time during the panel, since everybody assumed this would end up there.
- Star Trek: First Contact. I knew this would be second. It made a strong run at first, in fact. This is the only watchable Next Generation movie, so of course that fan base will cling to it and elevate it well beyond its true quality.
- Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. This one, I think, also took Jordan by surprise. I've seen the groundswell of love for this one growing over the years, though.
- Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Jordan thought this would come in number two, but I assured him that wouldn't be the case. I think the harder you're into Trek fandom the more 'The One With Whales' irks.
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