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Star Trek: Insurrection

reviewed by Vivian Rose, age 14, from US

"Star Trek: Insurrection" is a fantastic, fascinating film. (Maybe the "Star Wars" people should take a lesson from the "Star Trek" movies.)

Data, the android, has a large part. On a mission to observe the people of a far-off planet, he is shot and begins malfunctioning; Captain Picard's (Patrick Stewart) crew rushes in and saves him. Soon, they discover that there is something fishy about the Federation members with whom Data was working. So, they all return to the planet and discover that it is the fountain of youth - everyone who stays there for even a short period of time begins looking younger and younger. (No wonder the evil aliens from the Federation want this planet!)

In one subplot, Picard falls for a three-hundred-year-old woman from the planet (she looks about forty years old). Picard, who didn't have a love interest in the past two movies, is a great romantic lead. (I think Stewart is great- looking, even with no hair. If only he was twenty years younger, he'd be the perfect actor!)

I loved "Star Trek: Insurrection". This movie has action and sci-fi elements, romance, humor, a detailed plot, and a terrific cast of actors. Of course, I'm a Star Trek fan to begin with, but I think even non-trekkies should enjoy it.

My rating: 4 stars

Rating : PG (for sci-fi action violence, mild language and sensuality)

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