Star Trek: Nemesis At this point, the "Star Trek" films could coast on sheer familiarity. It's nice simply to see the Enterprise's homey silhouette flitting among the stars,… Star Trek: Nemesis At this point, the "Star Trek" films could coast on sheer familiarity. It's nice simply to see the Enterprise's homey silhouette flitting among the stars,…
Video Review

Star Trek: Nemesis (2003)

MPAA Rating: PG-13
Patrick Stewart, Star Trek: Nemesis | TO BALDLY GO... Stewart faces his ''Nemesis''
Image credit: Star Trek: Sam Emerson
TO BALDLY GO... Stewart faces his ''Nemesis''
EW's GRADE
B+

Details Release Date: May 20, 2003; Movie Rated: PG-13; Genres: Mystery and Thriller, Sci-fi and Fantasy; With: LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner and Patrick Stewart; Distributor: Paramount Pictures

At this point, the ''Star Trek'' films could coast on sheer familiarity. It's nice simply to see the Enterprise's homey silhouette flitting among the stars, and to watch Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) baldly leading his well-worn crew where we've all gone before. So, even if the story this time around weren't as sharp as it is -- about a Jean-Luc clone (Tom Hardy) bent on conquering Romulus and destroying Earth -- Star Trek: Nemesis would still make for the perfect Saturday-night diversion. Bonus: Computer effects seem to have finally gotten cheaper than sets, so now there are more cool space battles than crappy fake planets.

Originally posted May 20, 2003 Published in issue #711 May 23, 2003 Order article reprints
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