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Matthew Markham

aka Matthew Markham

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February 22, 2012
  • I live in Coeburn, VA
  • I am Male

My ratings of the Star Trek series and movies:

Star Trek: The Original Series 4/5

  • Seasons 1 and 2 were great, season 3 could have been better.

Star Trek: The Next Generation 5/5

  • Seasons 1 and 2 felt like the staff were not sure where to go with the series. This was more than made up for in seasons 3 through 7.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 5/5

  • The continuous build-up of characters and plots made this a unique version of Star Trek compared to the more episodic format used by the previous installments.

Star Trek: Voyager 3/5

  • Seasons 1 through 4 presented as if the crew were truly in the unknown without friends. Seasons 5 through 7, with a few exceptions such as "Equinox" and "Flesh and Blood", felt mostly like a rehash of stories already explored (two episodes about the ship trapped in a void without stars, planets, or resources?).

Star Trek: Enterprise 4/5

  • Seasons 1 and 2 were typical Star Trek. Season 3 was a unique experiment at telling one large story over an entire season. Season 4 felt closer to Star Trek: The Original Series with the multi-episode stories filling in much of the back-story to what is alluded in the future Star Trek eras.

Star Trek: The Motion Picture 2/5

  • It was high on state-of-the-art special effects (for 1979) and low on story.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 5/5

  • The movie that became the standard to which all other Star Trek movies are compared.

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 4/5

  • This one had a great story with one of the primary characters permanently dying (USS Enterprise) (is it really so easy to steal a starship?).

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 5/5

  • A classic Star Trek outing with science fiction and a moral message intertwined beautifully.

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier 3/5

  • This one had the potential for a great story and failed (how many decks does the ship have, 23 or 78? How can they pass Deck 52 twice? And, I thought all starships were numbered from the top down, not the other way around?)

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 5/5

Star Trek Generations 4/5

Star Trek: First Contact 5/5

  • A good story, scary bad guys, and lots of action were all found in this one. It not only set the stage for the future conflicts with the Borg in Star Trek: Voyager, it set the back-story for the entire series of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Star Trek: Insurrection 4/5

  • The fact that the United Federation of Planets would willingly ally themselves with a group such as the Son'a was the only thing that kept this movie from being truly great.

Star Trek Nemesis 5/5

Star Trek 5/5

  • This move kept true to the commrodery of Star Trek while taking it to another level (did anyone excpect one of the founding planets of the United Federation of Planets - a planet seen or mentioned in every TV incarnation - to be destroyed?)

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