The seventh Star Trek feature passed the torch to a new crew. Decades after the original "Trek," the skipper of the fourth USS Enterprise is Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), who investigates a massacre at a science outpost. The only survivor is Dr. Soran (Malcolm McDowall), who perpetrated the event to cover up his invention: a bomb he launches into a nearby sun, exploding it. As Soran escapes with Klingon cronies, Picard learns that Soran's plan is to summon a heavenly energy ribbon called the Nexus. Those who enter it live forever with every wish fulfilled. Attempting to stop Soran, Picard ends up inside the Nexus, where he discovers former captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner), believed to have been killed in an accident 78 years earlier.~Karl Williams
Commentary by: Director David Carson and Manny Coto
Next Generation Designer Flashback: Andrew Probert
Last Film with a few from the Original -pre Kelvin
Owned for 2 months when reviewed.
It was nice when the original people were there - Kirk, Scotty & Chekov. Sulu's daughter is there for that part. It would have been nice to see more of them & her. There is a cute kitty, but it doesn't have much time in the movie. That is where Data has a good scene. The movie does not make me want to watch that particular Star Trek group. They are not as cool as the original.
This was the 7th Star Trek movie to come to the theaters, and was overwhelmongly a hit with Trekkies. Captains Kirk and Picard share the screen in this 'time travel' story to catch a scientist who is prepared to harness enegy from a man-made planet at any cost. Picard and the new crew of the Enterprise have to pull out all the stops to prevent this from happening. William Shatner and Patrick Stewart reprise their roles as Captains of the Starship Enterprise. This was probably the best of the movies made exclusively for the movie theater.
Got the last copy of one of my favorite movies and efficient service. I'm so glad I came in!
This review is from Star Trek: Generations [DVD] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review
A must have for every Star Trek fan!
Generations presents an interesting way to transition the Star Trek feature films from the original cast to the Next Generation cast. The interplay between Captains Kirk and Picard are generally well written and executed.