The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Enterprise that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
Spyglass Entertainment has one hell of a hit on their hands with J.J. Abrams reboot of Star Trek. It just doesn’t get better then this with high action, more action then we have ever seen in any of the Star Trek Films. This will be the one Trek film that you will be watching again and again for years to come. We still have all our favorite characters, they are just all brand new and slightly different and different in all the best ways. This one film will keep the franchise going for years to come and we are all waiting to see what they come up with next. Read more... (790 words, 70 images, estimated 3:10 mins reading time)
This film was pleasant enough to watch and a nice way to take and kill almost a couple of hours but it really should have been a two or three part episode on TV then placed on the big screen. The film feels like it was scripted for television instead of a theater audience and even had the same kind of pacing that we came to expect from the series Star Trek Next Generation. If they had not canceled the show I am sure that we would have seen this on the TV instead of in the theaters. Its no wonder that this film fell into the possible suck zone of the Trek films. While good to have on a DVD or even a Blu-Ray it was not worth the money it cost to see it on the screen back in the day. Some have said that it was the actors that were the problem with this film, I say it was the script writers that were the problem with this film, it just did not flow smoothly enough for the big screen. Read more... (745 words, 59 images, estimated 2:59 mins reading time)
Star Trek VIII First Contact was directed by Jonathan Frakes and his directing skills make this film one hell of a ride. It has action, suspense, drama and just the right amount of reflective time to keep you guessing and wanting as you watch the film unfold. This film is a true gem in the Star Trek franchise and I hope that Frakes who also plays William T. Riker comes back to direct even more Star Trek in the future. He inspires the actors to bring all of the returning and new characters to life as you have never seen them. Gone are all the stupid dumb women that played key roles that they should never have had to begin with. All the leading actresses in this film are strong and confident and is reflective of Jonathan’s directing style. Read more... (953 words, 50 images, estimated 3:49 mins reading time)
This was to be the bridge, no pun intended, movie that brought old and Next Generation trek together on the big screen. It opens with a gala opening of the Enterprise, NCC-1701-B, and three original crew members are attending. Pavel Checkov (William Koenig), Montgomery Scott (James Doohan), and Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner) are here to see the newest ship to carry the legendary name off on her maiden voyage. Capt. John Harriman (Alan Ruck) and his crew are taking this new ship out for a little test drive, as not all the parts have been installed yet, and they are running her with a sub-skeleton crew. As usual, nothing ever goes as planned, and the new Enterprise is on her way to help out a ship in distress. The two ships they come to aid are caught in the grips of some kind of energy ribbon, and the ribbon is tearing these ships up. One ship is destroyed and the Enterprise crew is able to beam 40 plus El-Aurians from the other before it is destroyed, too, and Kirk passes on in the rescue. One of the El-Aurians keeps saying he needs to go back to the other ship, over and over, very insistently. The Enterprise crew finds him to be hysterical in view of the recent events, and sedates him. This instant El-Aurian is Soran (Malcom McDowell), a man with an agenda. He lured that energy ribbon to the ships in the hopes that it would take him to a place of El-Aurian legend, the Nexus. Read more... (711 words, 50 images, estimated 2:51 mins reading time)
This time the Enterprise is not the only ship in the quadrant, it is the only ship that has James T. Kirk. The Klingons are in trouble and they need to make peace with the Federation to be able to survive as a people, the survival of its race. It is up to the crew of the Enterprise to escort the Klingon delegation to earth for peace talks but something totally unexpected happens along the way. In a nut shell that is the plot of about the first 20 minutes of the film. That is one hell of a long lead in to get the film going but it is worth the wait. And the waiting part isn’t that bad as well, though parts are annoying. Read more... (624 words, 42 images, estimated 2:30 mins reading time)