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Star Trek: Insurrection [1998] (2 discs)

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Director:Jonathan Frakes
Writer:Michael Piller
Composer:Jerry Goldsmith
Length:103 minutes
(1 hour 43 minutes)
MPAA Rating:PG
Sorting Category:Star Trek
IMDB Rating:6.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:61%
Amazon Rating:3.5/5 stars
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Synopsis: Data malfunctions while on a surveying mission and forces the Enterprise to come out to investigate.


Reaction: There is some great interaction between the characters here, and the pacing is fine, but this could have done with a little less political posturing.


Personal Rating: 8/10


Highlights
"Definitely feeling aggressive tendencies, sir!"

Select Cast and Crew
Jonathan Frakes => Director / Commander William T. Riker
Michael Piller => Writer
Jerry Goldsmith => Composer
Gene Roddenberry => Creator, Original Series
Rick Berman => Producer
Anthony Zerbe => Vice-Admiral Dougherty
Brent Spiner => Lt. Commander Data
Claudette Nevins => Son'a officer #2
Daniel Hugh Kelly => Sojef
Donna Murphy => Anij
F. Murray Abraham => Ad'har Ru'afo
Gates McFadden => Doctor Beverly Crusher
Gregg Henry => Gallatin
Joseph Ruskin => Son'a officer #3
LeVar Burton => Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge (as Levar Burton)
Marina Sirtis => Counselor Deanna Troi
Mark Deakins => Tournel
McKenzie Westmore => Ba'ku woman
Michael Dorn => Lt. Commander Worf
Michael Horton => Lt. Daniels
Michael Welch => Artim
Patrick Stewart => Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Peggy Miley => Regent Cuzar
Rick Worthy => Elloran officer #1
Stephanie Niznik => Perim
Tom Morello => Son'a Officer (uncredited)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • In the opening sequence showing life in the Ba'ku village, the "alien" knife used to cut bread dough is actually an Alaskan Ulu knife.
  • The manual control column that Riker uses to steer the Enterprise is a modified Gravis Thunderbird PC joystick.
  • So far (May 2009), this is the only [Star Trek] movie in which absolutely no scenes take place on or near Earth.
  • First [Star Trek] movie where all the space shots are computer-generated.
  • The character Gallatin was named for Gallatin county Montana, where the town of Bozeman is located, birth place of [Star Trek] writer Brannon Braga.
  • The Sona's plastic-surgery room was recycled into the Museum of Kyrian Heritage in the [Star Trek: Voyager] episode {Living Witness.}
  • When Data is malfunctioning, Picard gets him to recite Gilbert and Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore. In the Isaac Asimov story Runaround a malfunctioning robot recites Gilbert and Sullivan while evading capture by his human masters. Much of Data's character is taken from Asimov's writings (such as Data's "Positronic Net", adapted from Asimov's "Positronic" brains).