Parent reviews for Star Trek: Insurrection

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Like a long episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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Adult Written byAllAges August 13, 2020

The first skippable Trek movie.

You can skip this and Nemesis and head straight to Star Trek 2009.
Parent of a 2-year-old Written bygerbowski October 29, 2012

Typical Trek movie, nothing new here

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Parent of a 12, 14, and 15-year-old Written bycashed12 August 18, 2010

A Very Good Star Trek Adventure...

Heroes call for fans,Star trek fans that is!,Star Trek:Insurrection is the next chapter in the PG-rated Star Trek Movies

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Parent of a 14-year-old Written byTsion September 24, 2009

A Very Good Star Trek Adventure...

This movie is tons of fun, and I highly recommend it to any fans of Star Trek. From a person who has seen, now, every Star Trek film but one, I can say that this is one of the best. I am partial to the old Spock/Kirk crew as opposed to Next Generation crew, and this one feels much more like a Kirk/Spock adventure than the good, but threatening, FIRST CONTACT. The story is average Star Trek fare: Picard and his crew must save a utopian planet from a disastrous union between the Federation and a violent race bent on vengeance. There really isn't anything too bad in this PG adventure. Some people are shot, and one man burns alive (off-screen) but none of it's graphic. There is some mild, harmless sexual innuendo between Riker and Deanna, and later they are shown together in a bathtub (no nudity at all). There is also one "d**n" and three "h*ll"s.

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