For a better experience on MUBI, update your browser.

Ratings & Reviews

  1. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Star Trek: Generations

    Trek movie that combine two generations of Trek together with Malcolm McDowell lighting the movie up as a villain and some slick effects. But, it is gruesomely uninspired script-wise with William Shatner coming out of the movie as the everlasting hero while Patrick Stewart seem like an old moralistic preacher. The ending is a spit in the face as it seems necessary to kill the old in order to embrace the new.

  2. Matthew Catanzano's rating of the film Star Trek: Generations

    Is it as good as Wrath? Either of them? No, but it's damn close.

  3. João Rocha's rating of the film Star Trek: Generations

    You know that something is going to be stupid when it starts with a bottle of Don Perignon floating in space. And I really love how a bomb that can blow a star, in a planet is a small explosion

  4. Kreg's rating of the film Star Trek: Generations

    A little old, a little new. It felt very much like an extended episode of TNG, just with a lot more going for it in terms of cinematography and especially lighting (which sometimes seemed excessive). The plot had a lot going for it. As with all movies involving time travel, you wonder why characters don't make better choices. There's a lot to digest, but it wasn't nearly as bad as I was lead to believe it would be.

  5. Ethan's rating of the film Star Trek: Generations

    This is only good to see two great captains side by side. Other than that it's nothing special.

  6. James Mackin's rating of the film Star Trek: Generations

    I don't know why people don't like this film. Is it because Kirk is killed by a bridge? That's a hammy way for a hammy man.

  7. flobota's rating of the film Star Trek: Generations

    I think the Nexus ranks high among the worst plot vehicles to achieve something that otherwise would not work.

  8. 4LOM's rating of the film Star Trek: Generations

    Die Zeit ist das Feuer, in dem wir verbrennen. --- Dr. Tolian Soran