Star Trek: Insurrection :- Watch Star Trek: Insurrection on Youtube on Fire, By far the biggest irritant is that the alleged “good guys” are actually some of the most hateful people ever filmed. While these people, known as Baku, have been leading drippy and unproductive lives for centuries their own children have been banished to grow old and infirm on another planet. When these now technologically advanced “Sona” return, close to death, in an attempt to benefit from their home planet’s natural regenerative radiation, the Baku hoodwink Picard and his crew into thinking that they are infact the victims. This is mainly because the Baku, basking in regenerative radiation all day long, have remained relatively pretty while the Sona are now very ugly as the film takes pains to point out. Jonathan Frakes once again directs and does an outstanding job, though it does mean his character Commander Riker gets a bit less screen time, though he is always a pleasure to watch. Riker’s relationship with Commander / Counsellor Deanna Troi heats up in this film (and it’s about time too!) Marina Sirtis of course returns as the lovely Troi and gets a fairly good amount of screen time this time round, and certainly most of the comical moments. Frakes and Sirtis have great chemistry together. Brent Spinter’s Data gets (as usual) too much screen time, again his story consists of his quest to become more human and the like, though he does befriend a Ba’ku child which was done quite well.
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Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Release: 11 December 1998 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 6.4/10
Director: Jonathan Frakes
Stars: Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner