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"Star Trek: Generations"

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URL: linkShow: Mr. Plinkett ReviewsReleased: November 18, 2008
Season 1, Episode 1Time: 29:37
Written by: Mike Stoklasa — Edited by: Mike Stoklasa
Cast: Mike Stoklasa

"Star Trek: Generations Review" is a 2008 video review of Star Trek: Generations written and edited by Mike Stoklasa, featuring the character Harry S. Plinkett. It is the first Mr. Plinkett Reviews produced and the first of five full-length reviews focusing on Star Trek. The review was originally released on YouTube in 2008 as three videos, which were later combined when the review was released on Blip on May 5, 2010.

Star Trek: Generations is a 1994 science fiction film directed by David Carson and written by Ronald D. Moore and Brannon Braga. It is the seventh film released in the Star Trek franchise and first to feature the cast of the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. The film depicts the death of Captain Kirk and features cameos from part of the Star Trek: The Original Series cast.

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Harry S. Plinkett is

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1. The Transition 2. Things Don't Make Sense! 3. Not Everyone Got the Memo About the Uniforms 4. Different Lighting 5. Picard's Stupid Photo Album 6. Data's Emotions Chip is Different Looking 7. Sauron's Space Rocket and a Bunch of Other S**t that Doesn't Make Sense 8. Riker's Command Incompetence 9. Saucer Landing 10. The Stupid Nexus 11. The Final Insult 12. Captain Kirk's Role at the End 13. Why Did Sauron Kidnap Geordi? 14. Why Can't They Scan Veridian Three? 15. Kirk Gets Buried Under Rocks. 16. Picard Finds His Photo Album 17. Picard's Priceless Ceramic Thing 18. Picard Comes Out the Wrong Door 19. Data's Emotions Chip Subplot

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