Star Trek:First Contact is the best Star Trek film in my opinion. Put him in a spacesuit. Lily realizes that the captain has no intention of leaving the ship and he admits that he must risk his life to save Data. Too late, however, for Data, who is captured by the Borg and taken into their hive. As usual, something goes wrong and an easy mission evolves into a big trouble and a possible intergalactical war! He asks about the status of the Defiant and is relieved when told it is adrift but salvageable. Yes I know, the Borg. The Enterprise emerges from the temporal vortex and destroys the Borg sphere with.
But it is was the script that was underdeveloped and many of these ideas were not fully explored. Awakening for real, Picard receives a from. Stewart's background in the dramatic arts shines as he convincingly portrays a somewhat troubled and vengeful Picard, determined to destroy the insidious Borg once and for all. The Enterprise-E enters the temporal vortex , commander of the Defiant, arrives on the bridge and after being formally welcomed aboard the Enterprise-E offers assistance. Now alone on the bridge, his Starfleet career seemingly over and his command minutes away from destruction, Picard suddenly becomes very much aware that Data is still held in the clutches of the collective.
Hawk, now assimilated, tries to kill Picard by throwing him to a wall, cracking the glass in his helmet. Meanwhile, still crawling through the bowels of the ship, Picard leads Lily to a porthole looking out over Earth. We don't have the time!! Kirk has applied for a promotion to vice admiral; he recommends Spock as his replacement. I'd also like to mention the great job done by the beautiful Alice Krige as the Borg Queen. We ended up coming back to that moment. Adjusting the scientist's , La Forge gives Cochrane a glimpse of the Enterprise-E, orbiting high above Montana. But the Borg plan to travel back into the 21st century through a vortex with the intention to stop Earth's first contact with an alien race the Vulcans.
Picard, confident that the future they know will be waiting for them, has the Enterprise-E depart the 21st century. Mockingly repeating the Borg mantra to the Queen, Data thrusts his fist into the tank, enveloping him in the deadly gas as Picard scrambles for cover. A well-conceived, intricate and dramatic plot, excellent acting, fantastic special effects, and real emotion on-screen. The game's interface is still the effective multiple-window presentation used in the previous 2 games, with some additional commands such as the ship's computer F7 key that contains both useful and serendipitous tidbits of knowledge on subjects ranging from the various characters to the different aliens and planets you will encounter. Following the Borg sphere, Picard and his crew realize that they have taken over the Enterprise in order to carry out their mission. The captain finds Data not far away; knowing that the melting of his Borg-given Human skin has left some of his inner circuits revealed but caused no real damage, he quips that he probably doesn't feel as bad as he might look, allowing a small chuckle at the irony. This film has it all.
Impervious to bullets, however, Data intercepts the woman before she succumbs to radiation poisoning. In awe and not without a little difficulty, Cochrane welcomes the ship's crew: a trio of. In a way, Star Trek Generations dealt with time travel. The flight of the Phoenix is one scene I totally love, along with the end scenes. Its too bad that the crew didn't bring Alfre Woodward back home with them. Appearing on his , Starfleet relays distressing news: a has attacked a outpost on and crossed into Federation space.
He tells her that sacrificing the Enterprise-E would be another compromise in a long line of compromises in Humanity's dealings with the Borg. After deactivating the self-destruct sequence, Data enters the encryption code into the computer, effectively giving the Borg Queen command of the Enterprise. Their only chance to do away with the Borg and their seductive Queen is to make sure that Zefram Cochran makes his famous faster-than-light travel to the stars. James Cromwell makes a perfect Zefrem Cochrane. At first ignoring the Starfleet officers' arrival, the Borg suddenly spring into action as Picard and Data attempt to gain entry to main engineering. Their only chance to do away with the Borg and their seductive queen is to make sure that Zefram Cochrane makes his famous faster-than-light travel to the stars. Lily, not one of the crew, doesn't accept this and follows Picard to confront him.
On Earth, Commander Riker finds a drunken Counselor Troi at the town's makeshift bar. But the Borg plan to travel back into the twenty-first century through a vortex with the intention to stop Earth's first contact with an alien race the Vulcans. The senior crew protest and are confused as to why the most advanced ship in the fleet is relegated to a relatively unimportant task; the Romulans have not caused any incidents recently and would almost certainly not take the opportunity to start a conflict. Many thanks and much respect to fritoman for his original upload in 2009, and also to all those who cared enough to keep it alive for so many years! The voyage of the was a success — again. But an urgent mission interrupts their Earth-bound shore leave. The captain retrieves a Borg and proceeds to the bridge, surprising Lily at how emotionally detached he was at the thought of killing his own crew member. Convincing Cochrane to make his flight On the surface, Riker, Troi, and La Forge attempt to convince Cochrane that the story about the Borg and their mission is true.
Worf accepts the apology and they shake hands. Riker and La Forge give chase, ultimately stunning Cochrane to prevent his escape. From the tight confines of the missile silo in Montana to the remarkable wonder of the stars, the Phoenix is launched, flown by Cochrane, Riker, and La Forge. Picard surmises that the Borg were attempting to prevent the launch of Earth's first -powered craft. Fleeing Borg drones in , Doctor Crusher is forced to revive Lily.