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Old January 3 2014, 07:17 PM   #32
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Re: Why Is Nemesis Unpopular?

GotNoRice wrote: View Post

Perhaps not among the general public, but there certainly was among Star Trek fans. Voyager had ended extremely abruptly, with almost no Alpha-quadrant followup, and DS9 left a lot of things ambiguous as well. Nemesis was our only hope at the time for getting any resolution to any of this. Obviously, it didn't deliver.
Not among any Trek fans that I knew. Most of the fans I knew were totally burned out on Star Trek. I was totally burned out on Star Trek and I didn't care about follow-ups to Deep Space Nine or Voyager.

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First Contact was a fantastic movie, and I didn't think Generations was half-bad either. A good plot is all it takes.
Star Trek: First Contact was a zombie movie wearing Trek clothes. I'd rather watch Nemesis.
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