“Star Trek: First Contact: The Making of the Classic Film” Review by Borg.com

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Don’t be surprised if this month’s arrival of the final hours of Patrick Stewart playing Jean-Luc Picard conjures deja vus of the Ghosts of Yesterday’s Tomorrows. First there were episodes like “Yesterday’s Enterprise,” “Parallels,” “Cause and Effect,” and “Future Imperfect,” all where we saw different incarnations of what was to come. Then there was the future fans were left with in the series finale “All Good Things…” Then there was Star Trek Generations. Then Star Trek First Contact. Then Star Trek Insurrection. Then Star Trek Nemesis. Will this be The End (“my only friend, The End”) or is each of these just another possible future, like those written into the hundreds of Star Trek tie-in books? One of those rare times it seemed all of Star Trek fandom agreed was when Jonathan Frakes directed Star Trek: First Contact, which all these years later remains in the top favorite film lists among Star Trek fans.

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Adam Selvidge
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