is home, its crew grown old and grey. But not everyone made
it back alive and this is preying on the mind of Admiral Janeway.
If only she'd known then what she knows now things could have
been very different. So why not change history? All you need
is some stolen time travel technology and a bunch of friends
who are prepared to break the temporal directive on a massive,
and potentially cataclysmic scale. You see, Admiral Janeway
is so eaten up by grief - something the contemporary character
from the show never seems to exhibit - that she is prepared
to alter history and risk bringing down the full ire of the
Borg in the process...
Endgame is so unconvincing that it's hard to imagine
how it ever got made. Contrived hardly starts to describe
the twists in the plot - this is storytelling so leaden it
hardly warrants the description. If you like special effects
then you'll find something here to enjoy, but for those of
us who demand a cogent plot Endgame is a very frustrating
90 minutes. And as for the ending. "Phew,
we made it."
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