Star Trek – Horizon: Full Film

Star Trek – Horizon: Full Film

Horizon So aptly named. Both for it’s majesty… …and it’s grand power. 250,000 years ago… …one race united the entire galaxy, for the first time, in peace. But there is always the separatist… …one who will not join the whole. The Arioui… …a race of beings unlike any
the Iconians had ever known, …sought to lay waste to the
galaxy and the Great Alliance, …to rebuild it anew. They were cunning. One-by-one, they turned the galaxy against it’s protectors. And when the races of the Great
Alliance turned their attention to destroying the
wrongly accused Iconians, the Arioui secretly constructed
their greatest weapon… Comansour Hasaht, incoming gateway request. From who? Preyopt Janyo. Our last defenses on Iconia have fallen. They’ll have taken the
entire system by day’s end. And there’s something else. I saw an Arioui leading enemy troops. Did the refugee transports make it off Iconia? I think one, but I can’t be sure. All the more reason to complete our mission. We’ll find a way to survive. We always do. We have to move the weapon to a safe location. I know you disagree. – I didn’t say that.
– You don’t have to. You know better than anyone that
violence begets violence every time. – The council made the decision.
– The council is gone. We spent our entire lives, entire millenia, devoted to protecting life, and the same people that are part of the
very alliance we created seek to destroy us. I don’t want to use the
Horizon any more than you do. Even the thought of using an Arioui
weapon is distasteful to me. But we must save the rest of our people. Gateway protocol complete. We must go to the Horizon and begin preparing. – Shall I open a gateway to the Horizon, Comansour?
– Yes, thank you. – I will miss your presence, Alaitah.
– Yours as well, sir. – Shutdown and prepare your systems for cold storage.
– I will do as you wish. Shall we? Report! 22 casualties reported so far, sir! 15 fatal, 7 injuries! Hull plating is down, warp drive is down. We have torpedoes but no phase cannons. Load all torpedo banks. You think the Romulans would
risk staying in-system? They’re waiting to make their move,
you can be sure of it. Scan for any E.M. fluctuations or anything
that might resemble a cloaking field. – We can’t afford to have them get the drop on us.
– Aye, sir. Engineering, report! Bridge, that last hit knocked out the
port nacelle, coils are completely fried. Best I could give you is impulse. Somebody help me get that fire out before
it reaches the antimatter injectors! How far in-system are we? We’re approximately 15 million
kilometers from Saturn. We’re sitting ducks out here. – Captain, what’s going on?
– Sir! 3 Romulan ships decloaking aft! Friends of yours. Incoming transmission from the Romulans.
Audio only. Let’s hear what they have to say. This is Admiral Verak, turn over the fugitive and the Romulan Star
Empire may consider showing you leniency. Doesn’t exactly sound like a generous offer. The fugitive returns with me or dies on your ship! I don’t particularly care which. Go to hell! Captain, what can I do? Do detonate the photonic torpedoes remotely? Yes, sir. Amelia, take us into Saturn’s ring
system, get us there as fast as you can. T’mar, you know the Romulan
ships better than anybody. Help Commander Gates find a way to mask the
torpedoes signature from their sensors. I don’t think I can navigate the ring system. – We don’t have a choice.
– Yes, sir. Lieutenant, try to keep them off our backs! How’s it going? If we jettison our warp
plasma in the ring system, it should blind the Romulan sensors enough so the torpedoes appear as rock fragments. Intruder alert! Take cover! Engineering! Come in! Engineering! Come in! We’ve got company down here! Get a security team down there now! Help is on the way, but we need you
to eject the warp plasma. Can you make it to the controls? Cover me! How’s it going down there? Just a few more seconds! Somebody get her to sickbay, now! You’re supposed to be a good pilot,
now’s your chance. That’s it, drive plasma is released! The Romulans are slowing down, the
warp plasma is clouding their sensors. Now! Come on. They’re almost in position. Now! Status? I’m having a hard time getting a reading. Security, I am taking
Lieutenant Yarris to sickbay. We are pinned down in section B5. Security team is on its way. Hold your position! We’re receiving a hail. I’ll give you credit, Captain.
I underestimated you. But you’re out of options, and my offer of leniency no longer stands. What about your officers?
You’ve still got men here! Acceptable losses. He’s charging weapons! Get us out of here! Systems are down all over the ship,
it’s a miracle we’re in one piece! Captain, I’m reading another ship. We’re receiving a transmission.
It’s the Enterprise! Captain Archer, your timing couldn’t be better. The Romulans are taking heavy damage! T’mar, get us out of here! I can’t, the helm isn’t responding. The Romulans have gone to warp! Damage report. Where do you want me to start? Any more casualties? Five, sir. Three fatal. Lieutenant Yarris? Section B5 decompressed when we
were hit with the last volley. They never made it. Were you successful in
recapturing the fugitive? No. Her alterations and involvement with the
weapon make her a dangerous threat. The earth vessel Enterprise
intervened at the last moment! – The Enterprise?
– Yes. There was nothing we could do. You cannot allow this fugitive to live
and report what she knows to the humans. I know that! You would do well to remember your place. The fugitive must be stopped at all costs. Do I make myself clear? Yes. Whatever it takes. How’s it looking? It’s been a lot of work, the
Romulans did quite a number. Well, I hope it was worth it. Worth it? If it was up to me, I’d
toss her out an airlock. Excuse me? – It’s just…
– It’s just what? Is that what we do now? People we don’t like, we
just put them in an airlock? I just was thinking… I’m going down and see Admiral Gardner.
You let me know if you need anything. Admiral Gardner. Harrison, at ease. I’ve been under a lot of pressure
to finally put us on the offensive. – I’m sorry I haven’t had time to meet with you until now.
– I understand, sir. Please. You and your crew have been through
a lot the past six months. I wish I could say that it gets easier.
But it never does. No, sir. It doesn’t. I’ve had a number of debriefings
with T’mar since you got back. She’s provided us with what promises
to be very useful information. Promises to be? She was part of a top
secret program on Romulus. She’s very highly trained. The surgical alterations
and genetic modifications were going to allow her to enter Starfleet. And perform recon on our offensive and
defensive capabilities from the inside. How do we know that’s not
what she’s doing right now? That’s a fair question,
and one we’re all asking. We’re keeping an eye on her, if she
steps out of line, we’ll know it. However, that’s not the issue. The issue is the intel that she’s brought us. According to T’mar, the Romulans are
building a weapon of mass destruction. Two lightyears from earth. The Romulans would never risk
building that close to earth. I admit, it seems a bit unlikely. But even the Vulcans are worried. They’re sending the S’myr to investigate. It’s one of their fastest ships. Permission to speak freely, sir? Go ahead! The Vulcans – they advise us, but
they don’t make decisions for us. The Vulcans are as much a member
of this coalition as we are. We’re all in this together. And if the Vulcans find something, you’re sending us back
out into the field again. It’s looking that way. If what T’mar says is true, we must defend earth at all cost. Yes, sir. I’m sorry, Harrison. I have nothing more. Dismissed. Oh, and Harrison, there is one other thing. This isn’t gonna be a popular decision, but if this turns out to be true, T’mar is going to be your new helm
officer, at least temporarily. We’re giving her a commission of lieutenant. She’ll be filling Lieutenant Yarris’ spot. Computer, begin again. Level 4 Computer, end session. I was just leaving. No wait. I’m sorry! I don’t mean to be rude, it’s just… it’s just… Not easy being in the same room with a Romulan? 17 years ago, when I first
took up service with the empire, my father wanted to teach me a lesson… show me how a Tal’Shiar operative
takes care of business. He took me to an interrogation
he was conducting. The prisoner had committed treason, I don’t remember exactly what the crime was. Afterwards, I had never seen a man so proud. He looked at me with a determination I’d never
seen before, and said “for the empire”. Not easy being in the same room with a Romulan? Nobody knows that better than me. Ensign, everything okay? Yeah, we were just talking. What are you doing here? I figured I should get into
some shooting practice. – If we’re going to be re-deployed…
– Not you. The same, but I was just leaving. What would you need to
practice with our weapons for? Goodbye, sir. You’re sure you’re alright? I’m fine. I’ve got to go. Are you coming
to the get-together tonight? I’m not sure, I’ll be able to
make it, but have a nice time. Thank you. Hey. Hey, how was the trip? Alright. Is this everybody? I suppose if you wanted to invite
T’mar, she’s technically senior staff now. Marie, feel free to help yourself to a drink. Now that we’re all here… I thought it’d be nice if we took a moment to remember those we’ve lost, and to share a toast to their memory. Here here. Captain, would you like to say anything? Well… …it’s been hard for me… …for all of us. Six months on a mission, to bring back T’mar, on a whim that it might change
the tide of the war in our favor. We lost a lot of good people. I’m trying, and honestly I’m
having a very hard time… but I’m trying to remember
what it is that we stand for. And why those good people
had to give their lives. And I have to hope something
good will come from it. Amelia was always good at that. I think if we had ship counselors, they’d talk to her instead of the counselors. She always managed to stay positive. Even in the darkest time. To Lieutenant Yarris. It’s funny you mention that,
Amelia being so positive… First time we had lunch… It was in her quarters. We were both new to the ship, and
she fit in so well, but… I didn’t. She decided that we’re gonna have
lunch together once a week and we’re gonna become best of friends. She has had a way with people, you know. She was so kind, she wanted
everyone to be happy. What’s going on? What do you mean? I know you well enough to know
when something is on your mind. Other than the obvious. It’s nothing. Yeah? You know me. We’ve been friends for a long time. You know how important duty is to me. Starfleet, what we do… So you know I’d be the last person
to condone a relationship between a C.O. and a subordinate. You and Lieutenant Yarris? It was more than that… Everything Marie said was true. That was Amelia, she was… It wasn’t just some fling. You have to understand that. Nineteen years ago… …before I joined Starfleet… …I was engaged to a boomer. Her father was ill, so she was gonna take
over as captain of their freight hauler. Typical run is four years… …two way. We had these grand dreams, build our live in space, travel distant worlds… On her last run with her father as
captain, they were attacked by raiders. They stole all their supplies,
their antimatter… They were stranded. Were they ever found? Two years later. Not long after that`s when I joined Starfleet. It was the only way I knew how to
look for the people who did it. …make them pay. So, did you ever find them? No. I’m sorry… I didn’t know that. I haven’t told anyone before. It’s just that I never thought I
could feel that way again… Thought you should know. Amelia! Amelia! Move! Find me, Harrison! Save me! We’ve got to get you to sickbay. You need to find me! What are you talking about? Find me! There’s more in stake than you know. Find me! Jackson, come in! Jackson, come in! What is it? I need to see you on the ship right away. So, what do you think? I think it’s five in the morning. Some of the results I’m
getting are a bit strange. How so? Quantum dating puts the age of
the cube at -900 or so years, that shouldn’t happen. Quantum dating doesn’t give negative numbers. It’s happened before. When? After the first Xindi attack, Captain Archer quantum dated
a piece of their weapon. The numbers read in the negative. So? It was from the future. You’re saying you think
this is from the future? I’m saying…
it’s happened before. Where did you find it? In a wall… I literally put my hand through a
solid wall and I pulled this out. Doesn’t happen every day. I knew there was a reason why I had
you as my science officer. I do my best. I’m not getting anything here. Hawke. Captain. Get down here immediately! Right away, sir. I guess I’m just not getting any sleep tonight. Admiral, Ambassador. What’s going on? We’re getting telemetry from the S’myr,
the Vulcan ship that was sent out. Five ships, two base structures… I thought you said that this was in the
early stage of construction? Believe me, I’m just as surprised as you are. I thought I had the most
up-to-date information. – Apparently not.
– There’s more… The S’myr is detecting strong gravimetric
distortions from the main starbase, most likely from the weapon itself. All encased in a thermobaric cloud
barrier that wasn’t there before. Side-effect of the gravimetric distortions? Possibly. How does this weapon work?
What can you tell us? I don’t know. I wasn’t given that information. What exactly do you know? All I know is the initial projections, that everyone involved with
the project was given, that it could potentially
destroy entire systems. Obviously this must be stopped at all costs. Enterprise was on it’s way out
of the system to rendezvous with a Vulcan battle group
when they assisted you. We’ve recalled them immediately. We’re putting everyone we’ve got
on the repairs of the NX-04. It’ll be ready to launch in a week. Sorry put you back out there so
soon, Captain. But we don’t have a choice. Yes, sir. I’ll head back to the NX-04
and oversee the repairs myself. Anything you need – you got it. One week. Thanks, sir. Captain’s Log, June 21st, 2160. None of us were ready to be
back in space this soon, especially for a combat mission. But the crew are handling it well, and if I’m being honest,
better than I expected. Better than me. I know I don’t want to be
back in the field this soon, and I’m sure they don’t either… But they’re doing their duty. I couldn’t be more proud
to be serving with them. How’s it going? I think we’re just about ready down here. It’s been moving almost faster
than I can keep track of, we got new antimatter injectors,
warp coils, plasma manifolds… Rumor is we’ll be able to
sustain warp 5.7 if we have to. I like the sound of that. If you get a chance check out the armory. Tom’s pretty excited about some
of the upgrades we’re getting. That’s my next stop. Captain, you’re gonna love this. What have you got for me. In addition to what we had, four new phase cannon arrays, an extended complement of photon torpedoes, and my personal favorite… Tricobalt torpedoes. Prototypes. Starfleet has barely had time to test them, but the initial results place the yield at
2.5 times than if a single photon torpedo. Sounds like we’ll be able to hold
our own against the Romulans. Yes, sir, I believe so.
There’s one other thing. Prototype phase compression rifle. Compression rifle? Yes, sir. It works by literally compressing
the energy which allows for a much higher particle
density per single shot, thereby increasing the yield up to three
times that of a normal phase rifle. I like it. How many do we have? Four, sir. Romulans ought to like that. Keep me posted. I’m going to bridge. I’ll be there straight away, sir. Are you getting acclimated? Most helm controls are more or less the same, it’s just remembering where everything is. I’ve been in here for the
last four days day and night trying to make sure they get everyting right. Did they? Your crews are very well-trained, Captain,
even by Romulan standards. Glad to hear it. Gentlemen. – Captain.
– Sir. Captain, we’re receiving a
transmission from Admiral Gardner. Let’s see it. Captain, how are you doing? I’m good, sir…ready to
get the show on the road. I’m glad to hear it, because I think
Enterprise and the Vulcans are too. Care to wish us luck, sir? All the luck in the world, Captain…
for all our sakes. No pressure. See you in a few days. All hands, this is the captain. We’re about to get under way. I know that we’re preparing to go
into a dangerous situation, but we’ve done the work and we are ready. Those of you who have been with us, and those of you who are new to the crew… I couldn’t be more proud
to be serving with you. All of you! We have a job to do, now let’s get started. Lieutenant T’mar, take us out. Lieutenant, maximum warp. You cannot allow the Coalition to
stop construction of the weapon. They’re bringing a fleet! You said this would not happen! The future is not set in stone, I can only read significant
changes in the timeline. When will you be ready to fire? The weapon is nearly finished, but I
fear they will arrive before it’s ready. You must hold this location. The future of the Romulan people
is in your hands, Admiral. Do not forget that. How you get along with the crew? Well enough. Ensign Sutherland seems intimidated by me, but she appears to be open minded, we’ve spoken a few times. I’m glad to hear it. The rest will come around. What we’re about to go into, this mission… it will almost certainly require
the use of deadly force. I need to know you’re prepared
to do whatever is necessary. Even against your own people. Captain, I am fully committed
to what I’m doing. I wouldn’t be here if I wasn’t. There’s still one thing I don’t understand. Why are you so committed to helping us? I’ve had… …doubts, about my people’s ways. I buried them for a long time. But when I first saw myself
after the procedure, I realized what I alone represented. The annihilation of another people… …for no reason. I doubt I’m the first to want to change, but I’m the first to step out
and do something about it. It took the same effort from a few
good people on earth to make a change. I just hope my people can learn from
their mistakes before it’s too late. Me too. Did you see that? What? That! We’re experiencing extreme
gravimetric distortions. What about the rest of the fleet? Vulcans are reporting damage
and minor casualties. The Enterprise is reporting
minor damage as well. We can’t keep this up! Are you seeing this? Am I seeing what? The thermobaric cloud barrier has
grown over 5,000 kilometers since the Vulcans first
picked it up over a week ago. I’m picking up gravimetric
distortions coming from inside. I’ve never seen this on any star charts. That’s because it wasn’t here before. The Masar was just hit by an extreme
distortion, they’re falling back. Do they need assistance? They sustained heavy damage and casualities. They’re withdrawing to earth. We’re entering the thermobaric cloud barrier. Things are gonna get a bit bumpy. All hands, brace for impact. Captain, I’m picking
something up on the sensors. What is it? There’s a clearing ahead,
Romulan warp signatures. Can we get a look at it? Here we go! Open up a channel to the battle group. This is Captain Hawke, the starbase
is just ahead. Let’s get started. Three more ships coming
in from aft, all Romulan! Open fire! Photonic torpedoes
and phase cannons! Captain, if you like trying something crazy? What have you got? It’s on your screen. I always like crazy.
Relay it to the other ships. Discovery to fleet. Prepare to
initiate tactical maneuver Alpha One. Engineering, we need all
power to forward hull plating. Take it from life support if you have to! You’ve got it! Lieutenant, be ready! Now! Two down, one to go. Come about! They’re retreating, joining
the main battle group. Hawke to all ships, form up.
We need to stay on them. The Coalition ships are here! If they break through our main lines
the weapon could be at risk. Then you must activate the weapon now. It isn’t ready. It is your only choice, the fate
of Romulus rests in your hands. Admiral Verak to control center. Begin the activation sequence. Captain, I’m detecting an energy buildup
from the center of the clearing. – The weapon?
– It’s possible. I thought it wasn’t ready? I thought it wasn’t! Put it onscreen. Hawke to all ships. When we enter the clearing we need
to make a break for the Starbase. We need you to cover us. All ships report ready, sir. Lieutenant, load the tricobalt torpedoes. We need to see if these weapons
are as good as they’re supposed to be. Ready. Here we go! Status? Almost there! Captain, we’re receiving a transmission from
the L’sek, they’re taking heavy damage. Tell them to hold out as long as they can! It’s too late. We’re in range! Fire at will! We’re barely making a dent in their shields! Magnify the top of the starbase. I don’t know about you but that
looks like a vital system to me. Captain, the Vulcan flagship is sustaining
heavy damage, they won’t last much longer. Tell Enterprise we can handle this,
have them assist the Vulcans. Lock onto those coordinates,
tricobalt torpedoes. Fire! Report? Massive secondary explosions. I think we did… Jackson! I’m reading a massive gravimetric distortion
forming in the wake of the explosion. T’mar, get us out of here! Engines are at maximum,
we’re caught in the distortion. We’re being pulled in! Are the Vulcans still out there?
Can they lock onto us with a tractor beam? Can’t get get a read on anything! If we’re going to do something we’d better… I’ve lost control of the helm. Everybody out! Now! Engineering to bridge.
We’re evacuating down here! Hull plating is gone, we have
breaches on decks D, E, and F! This is the captain, all hands abandon ship. I repeat, all hands abandon ship! Comm is down! Systems are coming back online. – Brooks to bridge.
– Bridge here. The distortions appear to have stopped.
I’m to do a full systems check. Let me know what you find out. Tom, the Romulans? They’re not there. What do you mean they’re not there? They’re just gone. There are no
ships within our sensor range. There is something out there. Captain, maybe the better question is:
where are we? I belive Ensign Sutherland is correct. But these readings can’t be right. I’m also not recognizing any of these star
configurations outside of the nebula. Wherever we are, it’s in a star cluster that
neither humans nor Romulans have discovered. – How’s that possible?
– I have no idea. Jackson? I don’t know either. The best I can tell is that we were
caught in some sort of subspace tear. As to how we survived it or
why we were brought here? What about this system? There’s a G-class star and the planet. The planet is M-class, no life signs.
But there is something else. Aside from the fact that this monument
would suggest someone once was here, it’s also sitting on a huge power source. Captain, I recommend that we take a team
down to the surface of the planet. We will, but first… Jackson, I want a status report. I want to know what happened. Tom, I want to know what weapons
we have and what needs fixing. I want to know what’s on that planet. We have to assume that
it’s somehow all related. And I’m not leaving this ship until
I know what we do and don’t have. Briefing in one hour. I know we’re fresh out of spacedock,
but we’re not in good shape. We blew out EPS relays across the ship, grav plating is down on G-deck, hull breaches on E and F, I may be able to get us operational in 5 days. But that is bare minimum. We don’t have 5 days, we need
to get back in the fight. Does it really matter?
We don’t even know where we are. I may have something on that. I’ve been analyzing the star
configurations beyond this system. I was finally able to get a
visual on something familiar. My God! That is the Milky Way galaxy. How is that even possible? I’m not sure. Tom, have you heard anything about malfunctions
or issues with the tricobalt torpedoes? They’re experimental, still in testing,
but Starfleet wanted us to have them. Why? When they impacted with the Romulan station, they had an unintended side effect. From what I can tell, the warheads actually
tore a hole in subspace that was magnified many times over by the extreme gravimetric
distortions being emitted by the station. So the subspace tear transported us
hundreds of thousand of lightyears away. Why here? There is one thing the Romulan weapon
and this planet have in common. Unusually high gravimetric distortions. So you’re saying that the Romulan weapon
is somehow connected to this planet? It could just be a fluke, but it
does seem a bit coincidental. Right now it’s all we’ve got. How are we on transporters? I can try to have them back online in a day. T’mar, I want to take a shuttle to the surface. I wouldn’t recommend that, Captain. The atmosphere is saturated
with ionizing particles. There’s a strong possibility the gas could
be ignited by the shuttle’s engines. How strong a possibility? I’d rather not try it unless we have to. Alright. Jackson, Marie.
When the transporters are back online, we’ll head down to the surface
and check out the monument. Sir? We might need your language skills if there’s anything on the
monument that needs to be decoded. Yes, sir. Captain, I may not be able to bring a shuttle
down, but I could still be of service. How so? If this is a Romulan weapon
or plan, I may be useful. I’d advise against that. Commander. Look where we are, you can’t tell
me this is just coincidence. That’s enough, Commander. T’mar, I’ll need you back here on the ship. Dismissed! Commander. We have to resolve this, now. Excuse me? Whatever problems you have with me. We aren’t gonna be able to get through
this if we can’t work together. What is your problem with me? I have repairs to make. Captain, everthing allright? Chief More – yes, thank you! Everything’s fine. How is it in engineering? Good, sir. Great. Keep up the good work. Carry on. Yes, sir. Captain, what are you doing down here? Trying to make myself useful. Don’t worry about that, I got people on this. Yeah, but they won’t be by until morning. I thought I’d get a head start. Not bad. I should have you added to my staff. I’ll put in a request to Admiral
Gardner for a transfer. Hey, can I ask you a question as a friend? Yeah, what is it? I’m pretty sure that most people on
the ship have issues with T’mar. But it really seems to be eating you up. Deneva Colony… What about it? My girlfriend was aboard NX-03
when it was destroyed in orbit. I’m sorry, I didn’t know. I was gonna propose, I knew she’d say yes. We’ve been talking about it for some time. I knew it’d be a problem with
us both serving in Starfleet. I just assumed one of us were
to resign our commission. You know, if things were going
different, Captain, you’d have a different chief engineer. I’m sorry, Francis. It wasn’t in your file, I didn’t know. Just trying to keep it a secret. If it’s any consolation, I know how you feel. A long time ago, someone I loved was killed. And for a long time… I dedicated myself to finding those who did it. Did you? I wish I hadn’t. It was as if my life fell away, and in a single moment I betrayed
everything that I stood for. Everything I thought humanity should be. I’ve tried very hard to remain
objective during this mission. But who we are and what we are we should never lose that! I’ll try my best. I’d better get back to work. Well, we’re in one piece. I guess my fixes worked. Pretty soon I’ll be out of a job.
Good luck, Captain. These readings are… What? There’s enough energy running underneath this
monument to power ten NX class star ships. What could provide that type of power? I have no idea. Marie! Come take a look at this. Can you quantum date the structure? Yeah… second. Quantum dating puts this
structure at just over… 250,000 years old. Interesting. There’s a repeating pattern to these symbols. Maybe some sort of numerical system. I think this is a tri-modal syntax
based on these repeating symbols. I got it! Reem’tar. – Horizon.
– Horizon? You’ve been scanned to determine basic
physiological and mental attributes, including language structure so the importance of this message
may be properly conveyed to you. This monument is built not to
our greatness nor our memory, but to our failure. It is here that my wife and I, the last of our kind that we knew of, lived our final days. As we did, you stand on a
world built for destruction, the ultimate antithesis of what
it meant to be an Iconian. Where we sought to protect life, the Arioui sought to turn
our allies against us, to destroy and take for their own. We wasted what little time we had left on trying to turn their weapon against them. We should have removed this place from
existence the moment we laid our eyes on it. I just wish my wife were here with me now. Perhaps we will meet again, at the edge of the universe. One can hope. Well, that was ominous. The structure must have been hidden in
some sort of large cloaking barrier. Sir, do you really think this is a good idea? Do you have a better one, Ensign? I agree, sir. Just because we don’t have a better
one doesn’t mean this is a good one. We have no idea what
could be in there. Do you show anything on your scans? No, sir. Discovery, we’ve found a large structure. We’re going in to investigate. Yes, sir. It just appeared on scanners.
Be careful in there. Hawke to Discovery. Discovery, come in. Jackson! I don’t know! I’ve never
seen anything like this. The lift removes temporal anomalies. It can be… unsetteling. Try them again. Channel open. Captain Hawke, this is Discovery. Do you copy? Captain, come in! Close the channel. How long ago
did they disappear from sensors? 30 minutes now. Maybe we should take a team to
the surface, check on them. I agree, sir. So happened to them could happen to you.
No, I don’t think so. We need to find a way to recon the situation. Yeah, and how can we do that? We’ll think of something! Oh really? Just like that? Wait, I’m receiving a transmission. Audio only. Let’s hear it. Commander Brooks, nice to
make your acquaintance. Who am I speaking with? I’m going to dismiss with the rest of the formalities,
Commander, and get straight to the point. I have your captain, comm
officer, and science officer. If you make any attempt to rescue
them or communicate with them, I will kill them and then destroy your ship. – Commander.
– What? I would wager that he’s going to kill them
whether or not we attempt to mount a rescue. Have you gotten any scans on the interior
of that structure since it last appeared? Some, it’s massive, but if we can get a transporter lock on the
Captain, we might be able to beam them out. Good. I’ll work on boosting
power to the transporter. Tom, you have the bridge.
T’mar, work on boosting our sensor resolution. Glad to see I didn’t forget
to set the disruptor to stun. Who are you? My name is Daekon. Are you responsible for the Romulan weapon? Have a guess, Captain. I think there’s too much lining
up for it to be a coincidence. You are in vast need of a
reality check, Captain. Computer, open your outer hatches. What is this place? Horizon. So aptly named. Both for it’s majesty… …and it’s grand power. The Arioui, a race of beings unlike
any the Iconians have ever known, constructed this world, a weapon, over 250,000 years ago. They fully intended to mop up the remains
of the Iconian’s “Grand Alliance” with it. At the last second, the Iconians moved
this entire world to another galaxy. The Horizon… lost to all of history… …until now. The hologram at the monument, was the Iconians? His name was Commansour Hasaht. Their end was somewhat poetic, actually. While attempting to reprogram
the tower’s defense drones they missed a hidden protocol in the code. The drones turned on them and killed them. A mistake I was careful not to repeat. So, you gave me a reality check, but why are you doing this? Your vessel, your crew. How did you find this place? We’re here by mistake. I believe you. So what now? Now, I suppose you can stay and watch. Watch what? I want you to know what it feels like
when your world burns like mine did. What? In the 24th century, Romulus was destroyed. All while the Federation
sat by and did nothing. Now what few of us are left are
scattered across the Alpha Quadrant. The 24th century? This is the 28th century. And it is here where you will watch
while your entire future is destroyed. That is the only reason you are still alive. I’ve boosted the sensors as much
as I’m going to be able to, and with a stroke of luck, several large hatches opened which allowed
me to scan deeper into the surface. From what I can tell the structure is massive. It protrudes into underground caverns. Any luck locating our people? 3 human lifesigns, in the underground chambers. But there are extensive metal
deposits in the surrounding rocks. Which is going to make it nearly
impossible to get a transporter lock. – What if we try something else?
– What’d you have in mind? Low risk, we try to beam down
communicators and weapons. If we can’t get them out directly,
at least we can lend a hand. Let’s do it. Harrison. Find me. Hello? Is there somebody there? Discovery, come in. Discovery! Captain, you there? – Yes, is everything alright up there?
– Yes, sir. We’re going to get you out of there, but can’t
get a clear enough lock to beam you and the others out. Can you get me a scanner and a weapon? Hold on, sir. Tom, I’d like some more firepower just incase. Can you send me one of those phase
compression rifles? And an extra phase pistol. Yes, sir. I’m getting an energy
reading from the structure. What is it? It looks like some sort of objects are
separating from the main structure. Put it up. They look like attack drones. I’d say that’s exactly what they are. Tactical alert, load photonic torpedoes. Stand back! It’s good to see you. You too. I guess yours wasn’t as nice as mine. What are you talking about? Nothing. Let’s go get Marie. T’mar, you think we can make
it through that radiation? I can try. Hawke to Discovery. I’ve found Jackson and Marie. We’re going to try to get
out of this structure. If you don’t hear from me in ten minutes,
you hit this place with everything you’ve got! I’m not gonna leave you down there! That’s an order, Commander! Captain! I think I found a way out of here! Well what is it? Just down that corridor is some
kind of antigravity platform. It’s the best we’ve got. I’ll cover you. Go! Any time! Discovery, can you get a lock on us? Not yet, there’s still interference, you
need to get further from the tower. We’ll do our best. Can’t this thing go any faster? This isn’t exactly a starship! Did you get them? Commander? I got them, they’re safe and sound. I don’t know about sound. Oh God, come on! How is she? Doc says he doesn’t know if she’ll make it. I wish we had more time to worry about Marie, but we have to deal with Daekon. Jackson, have you informed
them of the situation? Yes, sir. T’mar, what do you think about this?
He is a Romulan. I’ve never even heard of Daekon. And I’m as clueless as you are. I’m guessing any information about
Daekon or the fact that he’s from the 28th century is highly restricted
information in the Imperial Senate. I figured as much… We have to put a stop to this. Where are we with weapons and hull plating? I can give you phase cannons or
torpedoes, but I can’t give you both. Most I can give you on hull
plating is 50%. That’s if we’re lucky. Captain, if you’re considering a frontal assault,
I’m not sure that would be the best idea. From the scans I took of the structure
while inside, it’s highly shielded. And even if our weapons
could damage or destroy it, I’m not sure we’d be able
to get past the drones. Captain. Why hasn’t Daekon just destroyed
us and gone about his business? I think I can answer that. From what I can tell, the weapon
has a long recharge time. It seems the gravimetric distortions are
a direct side-effect of the weapon, and since we got here they’ve dropped off
significantly and have been slowly rising again. I don’t think it can simply
be fired like a torpedo. Well, at least we’ll have a warning
sign if he intends to use it again. But we can’t count on it. You all know the severity of the situation. We’ve been through a lot
these last couple of days. Hell, the last six months. Get some rest, we need you clear-headed. Dismissed! Harrison! Harrison! Find me, Harrison! Save me! Find me, Harrison! We gotta get you to sickbay. You must protect the timeline! Protect the timeline! Find me, Harrison! There’s more in stake than you know. Find me! Amelia! Hey! How? We gotta get you to sickbay. No, I’ll be fine. We have a lot to talk about. You look… I feel – terrible. Dermal regeneration will
only do so much for you. Dermal regeneration? There are some things we need to
talk about before anything else. I’m all ears. There’s no easy way to say this. Say what? My assignment to Discovery wasn’t by chance. Your dreams after you thought
I’d died weren’t an accident. I don’t really follow. I’m a temporal agent. I’m not from your time. I was sent to Discovery
because your time period is a major front in the Temporal Cold War. I know it’s a lot to take in. So what you’re saying is… This ship, crew… us… …was just an assignment, a job? It started out as an assignment. But you have to know that my time here and and the way that I feel about you… It became so much more than an assignment. So, assuming what you say is true… Why me? Why Discovery? Why not Enterprise! They’re the ones that ended
the Temporal Cold War. Because the Enterprise is too
important to risk at this point. I get it, the ship that has a
footnote in history is expendable. I wouldn’t put it that way. What about the dreams? I encoded them into your subconscious
while you were sleeping. In case anything happened, you’d hopefully be able to activate
the beacon before it was too late. We’re in the 28th century… We were trying to destroy the Romulan weapon, when we got caught in some sort of
gravimetric distortion that pulled us here. Romulan weapon? It could have been devestating. The Romulans aren’t supposed to have that
sort of technology in this time period. What is it? I’m sorry if I woke you, sir, but I couldn’t sleep.
Could you come down to engineering? It’s important. I’ll be there right away, besides I’ve
someone here who’d like to say hello. You feel up to taking a walk? Yeah. I think I can manage. I recommend that we keep this
information on a need-to-know basis. What kind of story would you
like to make up this time? I think we can trust the senior staff. Amelia? Hey! Reports of my death have been
over-exaggerated…but not by much. How are you here? The section you were in
decompressed to space. Look, I know you all have
questions, but it’s a long story. We’ll explain at the briefing in the morning. So, what do you have for us? I assume you called me down here at
4 in the morning for something? Yes. It’s not everyday you see a ghost. Francis? Right… We have a theory on how we got here. We know the gravimetric wave concentration
was much higher when we arrived, which is when the rift formed. We think the distortions from the Romulan
weapon and this planet were somehow linked, essentially acting like a magnet,
pulling us through space and time. After studying the subspace tear, the
only answer I keep coming back to is that the tricobalt devices must
have had an irreparable flaw that caused them to have
unpredictable effects on subspace. In the case of mixing with this
kind of gravimetric distortion, we have seen what the side effect is. Do you think you could
recreate the subspace tear? Well that’s what we’re hoping for. Whatever’s generating the distortions seems
to be consistently building a charge, but it’s just not strong enough to open a rift. Good work, it’s a start. Amelia, I want a report on everything you know
about the Temporal Cold War and this situation. Briefing in two hours. Yes, sir. Amelia? Whatever is going on, just wanted you to know.. It’s good to have you back. Thanks, you know it’s really good to be back. I’d better get started. All of this has been classified top secret
by Starfleet and remains in this room. Until now it has been privy only
to ship captains and admirals. Amelia. I am from the 31st century. We have technology that allows us to travel through
time with the ease you travel through space. Obviously it was very quickly realized
how dangerous this technology could be, so Temporal Accords were put into place, outlawing the use of the technology for anything
other than observation of the timeline. There are groups that have broken these accords and seek to bend the timeline to their own will with total disregard for the consequences. The Temporal Cold War. It was officially ended five years ago, and all groups brought to
justice, with the exception of one. Until recently we have been unable to
locate him or ascertain his identity. I believe this man on the surface, Daekon, is the last fugitive from
the Temporal Cold War. Any questions? I think we can destroy the Horizon by
overloading it’s central power matrix. I agree, it’s the best way. The good news is that since the
weapon has been building a charge, I’ve noticed a significant drop in the strength of the
dampening field that was blocking our transporters. Should be able to transport
you right into the living room. Good. Tom, I’ll be taking you and
Amelia down to the surface where we are going to try to overload
the Horizon from the inside. Francis, I want your people
working double time, do whatever you have to. If this doesn’t work, we’ll need everything we
can muster to try and take it out from orbit. Jackson, work with Francis on trying
to recreate the subspace tear. It’s me honest, I don’t know
how this is going to work out. But we have a job to do. And no matter what…
people are counting on us. Any questions? Jackson, when we go down to the surface, if for
whatever reason we can’t complete our objective I want you to try to take that tower out
by any means necessary. Understood? Yes, sir. Amelia, Tom! Transporter room in one hour. Dismissed! Have you come to kill me, Captain? I can’t allow you to use that weapon. It is not only a weapon,
it is a temporal observatory. One even unlike what our friend
from the 31st century has seen. Don’t bother denying it. The temporal signature of everyone in
the room is logged by the computer. Would make sense. Looks like this place
doubles as an observatory. Scan the timeline, send a message to the past, change things from afar. What is this? The destruction of Romulus. If a change is implemented over time – a series of small changes – then time ripples outward, affecting the past and the future in waves. But if one tries to change
too much at any given time, the fabric of space and time fractures, and a new universe is born. What’s your point? I’ve worked a lifetime for this, giving the Romulans of your day just enough
to finish the weapon, to change my future. All using a technology that even the
legendary Iconians couldn’t master. And even they, for all their intelligence, could’nt sustain their union of peace. And here you are, repeating their mistakes with
your precious Federation. It is sickening. Allowing your species to become so tainted
and dilluted that yours is as dead as mine. I will not stand for that, Captain. I cannot stand for that. It is a numbers game. Your people for mine, your union for my empire. It is as simple as that. Discovery, come in. Discovery here, Captain. Carry out your orders. One way or another, this ends here. Where did he go? Francis. Load the photonic torpedoes. Yes, sir. Target the tower. Loaded and ready, sir. T’mar, you think you can handle getting
us in without burning up the atmosphere? Where is he? He is above us. That can’t be good. Power is being shunted to that station. What was that? Gravimetric distortions, lots of them. Keep this heading! This looks similar to an intergravic
platform we run before. Can you use it? Yeah, I think so. Jackson! Yeah! You need to destroy this place at all cost! I’m doing my best! The gravimetric
distortions are tearing us apart. Jackson! Discovery, come in! Daekon! It’s over! Take cover! The distortions are subsiding. I think we’re in some kind of
bubble generated by the tower. Let’s see it. Zoom in. Torpedoes. Ready. Target those things, take them
out as soon as we’re in range. If we’re going to do something,
we’d better do it soon! You hear that? Sorry about that, Captain.
Would you like a lift? Take Amelia and Tom, I still have
to set the overload sequence. Harrison, wait! I can read Romulan. I’ve a much better chance of
disabling this thing than you do. See you on the ship Lieutenant. Good luck, Captain. Daekon! You don’t have a choice anymore. Either you stop or we’ll destroy this place. Do you really want to die alone in the
middle of nowhere like the last Iconians? The Iconians held such high
standards for everyone else, but what did it get them? Think about the hologram at the monument. They died on this world. Do you really think they left it
as a monument to themselves? To their greatness? If the Iconians had truly
learned from the past, they wouldn’t have tried to save the most
powerful weapon ever created for themselves. It’s building a charge. Two minutes. The Iconian gateway. Impressive! I have to stay here. What? I can overload the power systems,
cause a self destruct. I’ll do it. I’m the logical choice, I can read Romulan. I can go through the gate at the last second. But you’ll end up God knows where or when. I can find my way back. I’m not new to this. 60 seconds. If you go right now you’ll have
just enough time to open the rift and get back. Discovery! One to beam up. Where’s Amelia? She’s staying behind. Tricobalt torpedoes. Prepare to fire. Aye, sir. Let’s go home. The rift appears to be stable. T’mar? 3,000 meters…
2,000… The tower is going critical. Aft cameras! Compensating for the distortions this time.
Sending to your station T’mar. Faster! I’m trying. We’re almost through, the gravimetric
field is beginning to destabilize. The field is collapsing! Captain, star charts show that
we’re in the right place. But the barometric cloud barrier, the
distortions, nebulae, they’re all gone. Looks like Amelia might have been succesful. Any ships? Is the Enterprise
still out there? The Vulcans? Scanning. Captain, I’m picking up some transmissions. Faint, narrow band. Let’s hear it. Can you clear it up? Working on it. Sir, I have the Enterprise on the sensors. They’re running on reserve power, warp engines are down, they’re in bad shape. The Vulcans? One Vulcan ship adrift, the Kurok.
Very faint life signs. Set a course for Enterprise.
Transport all Vulcan survivors here. Jackson, open up a communication channel. Discovery to Enterprise. Can you read me? Enterprise, come in. Enterprise here. Enterprise, glad to hear that you’re ok. We’re sending over repair teams and medical
supplies right away. Hawke out. Jackson, coordinate with Francis
to get the teams over to the Enterprise. Yes, sir. Any luck on the transmissions? I think I’m getting it now. What is it? A faint signal from a transponder
in the Romulan debris. It’s a message being transmitted on loop. I managed to clear it up. Let’s hear it. The human Coalition has destroyed the
weapon before it could be activated. We must not allow this
pestulence to grow further. Destroy that transponder, now! If they send their entire fleet, then everything
you’ve accomplished will be for nothing. I wish I had a solution. But we’re operating in the dark here. I have a meeting with the Vulcans,
Andorians, and Tellerites later today. Word is the Romulans are amassing
a force in the Cheron system. Will you be deploying us, sir? You did a hell of a job, Harrison. I know practically no one
more deserving of a rest. Thank you, sir. It wasn’t
exactly what we expected. You handled it well. You and your crew have been an
excellent asset to Starfleet. Thank you. If all goes well, a fleet of Vulcan, Andorian,
Tellerite, and some of our own ships including Discovery and Enterprise
will be deployed to the Cheron system. It says here you’re transferring T’mar? Yes, that’s right. The assignment’s over. May I make a request, sir? Sure! I’d like to keep T’mar at the helm. Really? Yes, sir. Allright. Thank you. T’mar. You got a second? I’m really not in the frame of mind
for your usual attitude, – so if you…
– Just hear me out. I wanted to say… I regret some of the things
that happened between us. Is that all? I’m trying to apologize. So apologize. Sir. Look… I don’t know if I’m able to change over night. Or if I’ll be able to accept things. I want you to know that I’m trying. And I am sorry for some of the
things I’ve said and done. Thank you! Before you say anything, yes it’s really me. No implanted dreams or visions. How? I took the Iconian gateway offworld
just before the tower was destroyed. I have no idea where I was,
but I activated my beacon, much like you did and I was retrieved
by people from my time. All in a day’s work. What is it? My superiors don’t know I’m here. I can’t stay. I needed to let you know that I’m okay. And that I really do care about you. If things were different… I… actually understand. I just wish it didn’t have to be this way. Me too. Are things any different in your time? Are we really any better? I can’t say too much, I don’t want to contaminate
the timeline more than I already have. But I can tell you that the Coalition of
Planets leads to a great alliance. I am actually part Romulan. A small part. But my great-grandfather was Romulan. My grandmother was 1/8th Cardassian… my mother was human… my father was human, more or less. The Federation that Daekon mentioned? It is destined for so much
more than you realize. So, we’re on the same path as the others? What do you mean? Romulans, Vulcans, humans and Iconians… At our core, are we really any different? I’m sorry, I have to go. If I stay any longer, someone might notice. Will we ever see each other again? I wish I could say that we would. Perhaps we will. At the edge of the universe. I’d like that. One can hope. English subtitles by Andreas Amlinger

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  1. 100% utter politically correct crap , plastic characters, terrible story , laughably bad actors with no presence and the usually feminist bs
    Zzzz, snore , yawn
    Great film if you want to bore a toddler to sleep or you want to brainwash young boys to except woman in positions of power , utter crap 😬

  2. the captain is a terrible actor….lol but this was pretty dam cool…bit too much lens flare porn though….lol

  3. You hit the right themes just on the nose. Amazing I can hardly belive this is a fan film!
    I love it.
    Gold job this is no B grade cheese fest, this is a grade A movie! It could have used more time and fleshing out characters but I dont think thats anyones fault, just a matter of more funding!
    Amazing fan film!

  4. El ser humano ya llego a la quinta dimension.
    En realidad vivimos en el pasado ,desde el futuro 28Century y 5ta dimension
    Los portales sufrieron un fallo de protocolo.Y tenemos que encontrar cual fue ese fallo .
    Tenemos que completar reparar el error informatico y retornar al futuro . SOS CODE .

  5. I thought this was main line studio production. Bravo to the makers of this film! I have been a Trek fan from episode one many years ago. I have watched every Trek series and movie for decades and You had me fooled. No wonder the studio stopped You from continuing. They were afraid of Your Great production. Thank You for a great film.

  6. You captured the human interactions that made Star Trek great. I am amazed at how great this Movie is. Trekkie's thank You. I am blown away by the GREAT Ending.

  7. Loved it… totally trek… feeds right into the season 4 anti alien sentiment too… t'Mar was a nice touch.. thx

  8. Very well done. It's funny though that so many have a Chicago accent. Also, how come Romulan girl has human ears?

  9. wooden acting wooden story and has nothing to do with star trek—–boring with loads of modern graphics

  10. Such horror! Imagine living in a constant expectation that some alien force will come down and overwhelm you at any time! I think there would be mass hysteria and a collapse of society. Always kills me how they show this technological superiority and don't take into account what such terrifying things would do to the average psyche. It would be cataclysmic.

  11. Great fan film! The special effects were on par with the big-budget Hollywood movies! The only downside was that there doesn't seem to be a cast list. I'd really like to know who played Amelia. She is VERY attractive!

  12. Abrams visuals in a fan movie?? … The franchise is truly doomed. 😖 – Really hard to watch this dilettante dirty-lensed flickery-flary shaky mess. Humankind's IQ has dropped so far that the worst job is considered the best. Cynical self-parody has become the trend.
    And is this really 1080? It looks like SD. (Maybe the Youtube encoder overloaded from all the visual chaos.)
    Seriously, I didn't make it past 8 minutes. I was curious about the story, but this is brain torture.

  13. it's impressive seeing what they accomplished with these very minimalist cgi sets, but the plot and dialogue are definitely lacking. The plot and dialogue are cliches with no subtlety, and generic action movie conventions and dialogue awkwardly sandwiched into a star trek setting. The depth of field/ blurring effect to smooth out the chroma key is very overused and at times makes it difficult to watch. overall this is well done for a fan film, thanks to the creators for sharing this.

  14. Thank you to everyone who made this movie because thar will be no star trek 4 movie it's dead this is I couldn't act even if my life depended on it I am jest rubbish no acting skills what so ever.

  15. Gotta say Tommy Kraft Nice Job Very Nice Job Indeed Friend!!!! For hardly much or not a lot ofg buget at best IMPRESSIVE!! Right now im hevy into Discovery on Netflix but your movie was just as good. However I did notice some threads from earier star treks IE DEEP SPACE ( & THE NEXT GENERATION>>> THE ICONIANS Great to see its all finally gettin tied up at last And the Old stuiffines has finally dissapeared at last….. EXCELLENT!!!! Keep em coming & thnx so much again….. respect

  16. Holy s#&t! Awesome! Wow. "Fan made" doesn't mean "unprofessionally made". What a great job. Major kudos to everyone who took part in this movie. It's great, enjoyed it thoroughly.

  17. You guys have done more with less, great flick! Hope to see a Borg film from you guys and gals soon, thanks.

  18. This is a job done well. Yes there may be some things that could've been done better – but all things considered GREAT JOB.

  19. WAY better then Discovery!! Just goes to show you don’t need millions of dollars to make a great movie!

  20. Great film, great storyline. The script could have been a little tighter and some of the scenes more clear. It was hard at times to see the character when they were on the ship and in the alien construction. otherwise this was a great film.
    Being a star trek fan myself, I would love to be a part of your next film production in the script department.

  21. Found this late (obviously). Cool story and everything, but those lens flares were so friking annoying.

  22. More Star Wars than Star Trek other than the antagonists are called Romulan and there is a ship called Enterprise.

    Too much shooting going on for Star Trek.

  23. Can't believe this POS is still making the rounds , was it a one car garage or two and they could have saved more money if They would have used Vaseline on the lens.

  24. This is a fan movie?!?! I can't belive it! How the hell did you do it to look so good, those effects were amazing! You guys deserve to do a real, official Star Trek movie, with a propper budget. Thank you for this one!

  25. Thanks!! We trekkies need more Star Trek than we are getting. The Hollywood producers just dont get it. I live my space traveling existence through the Star Trek, and Star Wars franchises. (Vicariously of course.)
    We have the technology to be a space baring people, but we cant get the tech away from the powers that be.

  26. Dumber than dog doo doo. Another attempt to steal Roddenberry's creation by the "pre" timeline scam. Andy Pike is the first captain of Enterprise; then Kirk. NO Archer. Need to quit it!!

  27. I have absolutely no regrets spending the time to watch this movie. It far exceeded expectations. It was well done and was consistent with the traditions of the Star Trek universe with a good story line; acting; effects; and the score. Thank you to those who made this happen. I truly enjoyed it!

  28. The Enterprise series was so under rated and under appreciated. I was pleased this story was set in that universe. Great job… all things considered. If you folks make or made another one, I would gladly watch it.

  29. You all did a very good job with the story lines and effects. May I recommend better lighting though to prevent blur. Great job with the costumes and props though.

  30. Dull! Opening scenes ?? That captain is a dud! His lines, his acting not good. Why have the actor act like such stiff a-hole? I know Shatner is big shoes to fill but this guy is not a good actor. This was a waste of time.

  31. I enjoyed this and the other Star Trek series. For TZ you must be a puppy compared to the rest of us old Trekkies. At least we understand what Star Trek was about and it was not about actors or other mundane things that are going on now. Star Trek is about the future of mankind and not about being self serving and all about me. So for the rest of the Trekkies who are watching this as Spock said ….LIVE LONG AND PROSPER!!!!!

  32. Somewhere along the timeline did Paramount loose it's inner trekkie and ended up in marketing, merchandise and action movies. Fantastic to see that the true spirit is not gone and there still are true trekkie's out there. You have managed to make a movie that is how Gene Roddenberry him self would have made the Enterprise series!

  33. You mean to tell me… I can infringe on anyones copy rights as long as I acknowledge that they still own it and call my film Fan Fiction… (Insert Simpson's Mister Burns smile here and palms together.) "Excellent!!! Smithers, I'm green lighting 2 broke girls and one cup!!! " But clearly there was no money to put a Gym on that ship… Just saying 🙂

  34. Really enjoyed this.  Not a true Trekkie, always thought Capt. Kirk had to much of the sex thing going on in the eps. W. Shattner had fits if anyone else was in spot light. Rest of his crew could have shone more, but for a self centered x porn star.  This film was far better, kept in guide lines on decentcy and good taste.

  35. Waaaaaaaaaaaaay too much light blooming on every scene. Acting is sub par too. For what it is though, they did a very good job on a limited budget.

  36. Excited to see a new Star Trek film I haven't seen but this looks really bad .. bad acting.. bad everything 😳

  37. Too bad Paramount put an end to long fan eps and movies. Of course i can understand why when the fan movies are better than the big studios

  38. This was very enjoyable. The only issues I had with it are easily explained by the budget, and thus non-issues. Very well done, and yes, Star Trek through and through. With all known factors considered, 5/5 stars.

  39. What a nice job !!! Respectfull on the meanings and construction of Star Trek' series and movies, and very nicely executed and performed !!! A real pleasure 🙂

  40. This is a good fan film I enjoy watching it but anyone that says it's better than Star Trek Discovery that's bs the whole idea for this film is taken from three different Treks Enterprise, TNG, and ST 2009 so don't go shitting on Discovery as you should think about this films plot.

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