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Engage! Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his Next Generation crew are back. From the beginning of the Federation, the Prime Directive was clear: no Starfleet expedition may interfere with the natural development of other civilizations. But now Picard is confronted with orders that undermine that decree. If he obeys, 600 peaceful residents of Ba'ku will be forcibly removed from their remarkable world, all for the reportedly greater good of millions who will benefit from the Ba'ku's Fountain of Youth-like powers. If he disobeys, he will risk his starship, his career, his life. But for Picard, there's really only one choice. He must rebel against Starfleet… and lead the insurrection to preserve Paradise.
While on a mission to observe the peaceful Ba'ku race, Lt. Commander Data suddenly behaves as if having to fear for his existence. The immortal Ba'ku, whose planet offers regenerative radiation and therefore incredible lifespans, live in harmony with nature and reject advanced technology. Their planet and their culture is secretly researched by the Federation associated with an alien race called the Son'a. But the Son'a intend to abduct the Ba'ku in order to take the planet for themselves and for the Starfleet officials who all would like to regenerate their bodies. But they did not think of the loyalty of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the Enterprise-E to the Prime Directive.
Now, agree or disagree, this was a reasonably good movie. I genuinely enjoyed the banter between crew members. It was the human touch that these films have been missing since Star Trek IV, in my opinion. However, here's the thing which bothers me. None of these TNG films have LOOKED as good as the original crew. The high key lighting is bogging down any power from the scenes. The interior of the Enterprise looked great, but everything else was way too hot. Lighting is crucial to creating anxiety, and it's just lacking. Good script, good plot, but visually I have been disappointed every time. They really ought to bring back Nicholas Meyer. That guy can direct an intense film.
Most of the Star Trek film series has seemed unsatisfactory on the big screen, and I think I figured out why… it&#39;s a small screen series. When you watch most of the films on the small screen, they&#39;ve usually played much better than in the theater. Perhaps in that context, you compare it more to what you&#39;re used to watching, the TV series, and realize that any Star Trek film is like having a brand new, 2 hour episode with better filming and effects. But with Insurrection and its predecessor First Contact, there are now two excellent Star Trek films that work very well both on the big and small screens. <br/><br/>In the case of Insurrection, the story is more of a small screen one indicative of typical Next Generation fare, but it was executed with such good writing, humor, action and inventive Star Trek situations, that it plays very big. I saw this film twice on the big screen and enjoyed it, but appreciated it even more watching the DVD recently, especially after having just seen the far inferior and less imaginative Nemesis.<br/><br/>I won&#39;t give away any details for anyone who hasn&#39;t seen it yet, but I urge everyone to watch and enjoy this film for its use of the Star Trek world (particularly Next Generation style) and its characters in a very well crafted work.
There is a certain lackluster feeling to the way the key characters debate the issues, and perhaps that reflects the suspicion of the filmmakers that they have hitched their wagon to the wrong cause.
Tricked by a race of aliens called the Son&#39;a, Starfleet has ordered the Enterprise to conduct a stealth surveillance of a peaceful, almost medieval race known as the Ba&#39;ku. However, a malfunction in Lieutenant Commander Data&#39;s (<a href="/name/nm0000653/">Brent Spiner</a>) circuitry causes him to expose both himself, the surveillance team, and duckblind operation set up by Starfleet. Admiral Dougherty (<a href="/name/nm0001875/">Anthony Zerbe</a>) orders Captain Jean-Luc Picard (<a href="/name/nm0001772/">Patrick Stewart</a>) to stop Data and leave the planet, but Picard rescues Data and intervenes with the Ba&#39;ku to explain their presence. To their amazement, they discover that the Ba&#39;ku are not a pre-technological race, rather that they rejected technology to live a simple life, and that the Federation and the Son&#39;a plan to remove the Ba&#39;ku from the planet in order to tap the &quot;metaphasic radiation&quot; being emitted by their planet&#39;s rings, Picard decides to defend the Ba&#39;ku in direct violation of Starfleet orders in order to uphold the principles upon which the Federation was founded. The Enterprise-D crew is back: Besides Captain Picard and Lt Commander Data, look for Commander Will Ryker (<a href="/name/nm0000408/">Jonathan Frakes</a>), Lieutenant Commander Geordi LaForge (<a href="/name/nm0000996/">LeVar Burton</a>), Lieutenant Commander Worf (<a href="/name/nm0000373/">Michael Dorn</a>), Dr Beverly Crusher (<a href="/name/nm0000533/">Gates McFadden</a>), Counselor Deanna Troi (<a href="/name/nm0000642/">Marina Sirtis</a>), and <a href="/name/nm0000854/">Majel Barrett</a> (as the voice of the Enterprise computer). Insurrection is the act of rising in revolt, rebellion or resistance against civil authority or an established government or, in the text of this movie, Starfleet Federation. It takes place in the year 2375 A.D. Geordi discovers memory engrams implanted in Data&#39;s neural net. He believes the damage was caused by a Son&#39;a weapon that was fired before Data malfunctioned, not after—as the Son&#39;a claim. In the movie, metaphasic radiation as generated by the rings around the Ba&#39;ku planets has regenerative properties. It prevents adults from growing old. For example, Anij (<a href="/name/nm0614220/">Donna Murphy</a>) and Sojef (<a href="/name/nm0446298/">Daniel Hugh Kelly</a>) claim to be over 300 years old. Dr Crusher finds that those who have been on the planet for even a short time show increased metabolism, improved muscle tone, and high energy. Troi and Beverly find that their boobs are starting to firm up. Geordi gets his eyesight back. Troi and Ryker resume a relationship they left years ago. Picard&#39;s facial skin begins to tighten, although he doesn&#39;t begin to grow hair again. Basically, Ru&#39;afo (<a href="/name/nm0000719/">F. Murray Abraham</a>) was getting a face lift. His facial skin was being stretched and re-attached to his head. In order to stop Ru&#39;afo from unleshing the radiation collector, Picard has a replica of the radiation collector ship set up in the holoship, and Gallatin (<a href="/name/nm0001344/">Gregg Henry</a>) disables the ejector assembly. When Ru&#39;afo goes to eject it, everything goes exactly as they planned, until they notice no change in the metaphasic flux level. Realizing he has been tricked, Ru&#39;afo transports to the collector ship and overrides the new sequence. Unfortunately Gallatin cannot override Ru&#39;afo&#39;s new sequence without his access codes, so Picard beams over to the collector ship himself. While dodging Ru&#39;afo&#39;s phaser, Picard manages to reset the manual control. Seconds before the collector is set to eject, Picard ignites the exhaust and blows up the ship, just as Riker beams him back aboard the Enterprise. With only three minutes of air left on the Son&#39;a ship, Picard beams over Worf, the Son&#39;a crew, and the captive Ba&#39;ku.. Later, after everyone has returned to the Ba&#39;ku planet, Picard, Anij, and Sojef watch Gallatin reuniting with his mother. Picard and Anij say goodbye, but Picard promises to take his 318 days of shore leave and return for a visit. In the final scene, Data is shown playing in the haystacks with Artim (<a href="/name/nm0919616/">Michael Welch</a>). The two &#39;children&#39; say goodbye to each other, and the Enterprise crew beam back to their own ship. Yes, a novelization of the movie by American science fiction writer J.M. Dillard (pen name for Jeanne Kalogridis), was released in 1998. So far, there are 13. Star Trek: Insurrection is preceded by <a href="/title/tt0079945/">Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)</a> (1979), <a href="/title/tt0084726/">Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982)</a> (1982), <a href="/title/tt0088170/">Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)</a> (1984), <a href="/title/tt0092007/">Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)</a> (1986), <a href="/title/tt0098382/">Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)</a> (1989), <a href="/title/tt0102975/">Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)</a> (1991), <a href="/title/tt0111280/">Star Trek: Generations (1994)</a> (1994), and <a href="/title/tt0117731/">Star Trek: First Contact (1996)</a> (1996). It is followed by <a href="/title/tt0253754/">Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)</a> (2002), <a href="/title/tt0796366/">Star Trek (2009)</a> (2009), <a href="/title/tt1408101/">Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013)</a> (2013), and <a href="/title/tt2660888/">Star Trek: Beyond (2016)</a> (2016). Worf was having a nightmare about his deceased Trill wife Jadzia Dax, who was killed by Gul Dukat in Deep Space Nine episode <a href="/title/tt0708610/">&quot;Tears of the Prophets&quot;</a> (1998), which takes place shortly before Insurrection.
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