Sisko is da man!
11th November 2002
On a scale from 1 to 10, rate Nemesis in this poll. Post anything that you thought was excellent versus poorly done in the movie. Try to be very critical, so that a 10 would be almost impossible to be awarded (movies that are flawless, or more to the point, perfect).
I want to be like the Admins
4th August 2002
Pretty good, but it's getting stale. I say make that the last TNG movie, then either leave it to Enterprise or make movies out of "New Frontier"
Bridge Commander Master HPer
26th October 2002
I agree with Galaxy Class, the dynamic of First Contact was almost lost in this film, plus the poor music didn't help.
With Data 'gone' (or is he), it removes a good portion of the TNG allure. I think New Frontiers would be an excellent replacement filmwise. I think Enterprise is a big no-no at least at the moment.
Having said that, it was much better than Insurrection
GF is my bext friend *hugs GF*
22nd October 2002
Or what about this:
It has been 100 Years since the incident of the Remans, the Borg have been destroyed, the Dominion have joined the Federation (in short words: VERY MUCH PEACE!). Their has not even been a skirmis for 20 years and most warships are now being dismanteld. Every one died but we have special very interactive Holograms that are life of their own. But Now their is a new enemy: the Second T'kon Empire... And the Argus aray has picked up Positron signals, garbeled, but clearly Posiron signals from a isolated world with coliding planets and debry, making it impossible to get to the planet it self. But Holografic Picard recognizes the signal as those like Data's. And the only way to get their is using illigal ancient sort of weapons (you never gues this one!): Photon Torpedoes.
Well this is it about a very short therms (oh the planet is populated by the T'kon that have salvaged Data and repeared him, now Data thinks that Picard is his father so he calls himself Data Picard, and as his long gone son of Picard).
In other words: I'm trying to write a novel. See it in stores in 2013.