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Palmer’s Trek: Star Trek: First Contact

Star Trek: First Contact might be the best Star Trek movie I have seen to date. The Borg finally seem to reach their terrorizing potential, Picard says the thing, and James Cromwell’s portrayal of Zefram Cochran and his eccentricities are a masterclass in the things history doesn’t teach. All of this adds up to a fun film in a franchise that had begun to take itself a bit too seriously.

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Palmer’s Trek: Star Trek: Generations

Star Trek: Generations, from 1994, is Star Trek: The Next Generation’s first entry into the movie theater for that series. It’s also the first Star Trek movie since Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, released in 1991.

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Palmer’s Trek: Star Trek: The Next Generation

Set approximately 100 years after the original adventures of Captain Kirk and his crew, Star Trek: The Next Generation is on its own mission to boldly go to new places with Captain Jean-Luc Picard at the helm of his own crew aboard another Starfleet flagship.

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Palmer’s Trek: Star Trek V The Final Frontier

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier is a curious film. As someone who has been shotgunning this franchise from the beginning, it’s easy to state that this is a comedy: essentially four original series episodes blended into the chaos of one film that still somehow keeps most of the franchise blueprints in tact. Despite all of the chaos and blended plots, this movie is enjoyable and very watchable.

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