Star Trek: Nemesis - Jerry Goldsmith - Soundtrack Reviews
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by - written on 18/12/07, updated on 19/12/07 (Very useful, 102 readings)
By 2003 Star Trek had run a bit ground as a popular series of films and movies. The last film Insurrection in 1998 was not really that great a success as First Contact had proven to be, the stallwarth old series of Deep Space Nine had finally come to a conclusion in 1999, the vaining series Voyager was canned in 2001 much due to low viewer ratings, and the new series Enterprise that first aired in 2001 was considered a failure from the get go and, though it managed to scrape together four seasons of episodes, the show was cancelled in 2005. This slump was further emphasised when the tenth film in the franchise came about in 2002 that barely scraped enough money worldwide Read the complete review
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