Romulus Prime wrote:
But if you really want to understand their psychology and what goes on in their heads, I have a single episode for you to watch: In the Pale Moonlight
- DS9. Both the exchange between Dax and Sisko, followed by the meetings Sisko has with Senator Vreenak and the subsiquent "aftermath" of the meetings
demonstrate precisely why the Romulans in Nemesis are written both clumsily and inaccurately.
Dont patronize me. I watched the entire run of DS9 when it originally aired and own the series on DVD. In the Pale Moonlight
is one writers interpretation of the Romulans, Nemesis
is another writers interpretation.
You may like one more than the other, but both are valid.
Yes different writers = different interpretations. Just like the Romulans of Star Trek XI possess none of the traits they do in past series' or movies. They are generic bad guy villains but you don't criticize them for being inaccurate to canon for their characterization.
NEM i give a pass on this because the film isn't about them nor are there that many of them. It's more about John Logan's creative brainchildren the Remans.