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Crazy woman driver!!
I hated this moment in the theater. The saucer section crash had it moments, but the writers casual destruction of the Enterprise D like it was a empty beer can was awful. Even though I really like the Enterprise E, I would have preferred the D survive. (And Generations has enough plot and technical holes in it that you could fly a starship through it)
Damn I'm looking for the scene just before this when they blew up the Klingon ship
This is honesty one of my.most favorite scenes from the entire franchise
Wear seat belts
Any landing you can walk away from is a good one! Also, though it's been said before, how come they're better at crashing the Enterprise in 1994 than in 2016?
seatbelts save lives
Where s seat belt?
@1:53 Best 2 words ever spoken from The Next Generation
Wonder what became of the Enterprise D saucer section?
First time a federation ship crash lands on a planet. Very impressive effects
1:51 still Data's best line
Raises a glass of scotch To the Enterprise 1701-D a mighty fine ship, a fine crew, and the best memories a nerd could ask for.
Always felt this was an underrated sequence since the film isn't well-regarded among Star Trek fans. The special effects here are so top-notch that I fully believed an object that size crash-landed on a planet.
Where is the Lollipop when you need her,she is a good ship
4:59 I wouldn't have wanted to be on the bridge if that window had smashed during a space battle.
Well least the Enterprise proved to be a good weed whacker.
1994 special effects and it's still the best starship crash sequence 25 years later.
Okay, maybe we should add seatbelts.
Riker gets flung out of his chair so he can get back in the chair just tl be flung out of it again
Something always kind of bugged me about this scene- it doesn't feel "linear." You can tell when originally storyboarded and shot that the ground impacts were supposed to happen in a certain order that got all chopped up in editing trying to drag the scene out. The impact at 3:06 should have been the first impact, followed by the first and second impacts (same impact) and then settling into the trees as the ship came to a stop. Also the constant cutting back and forth between the crew and the exterior shots is jarring and takes you out of the moment. That said, I got to see it on a Cinema 150 screen so it was still pretty cool.
“Core breach in progress”“Not to worry we are still flying half a ship”
Why did they insist on mixing in the few DS9 uniforms they had, especially with Riker's bad-fitting sleeves? Just keep using the TNG uniforms and say the update hadn't reached the Enterprise yet.
"Engaging impulse engines…" … tap… tap… tap…
Yeah… I don't think insurance is gonna cover that…
What episode was this?
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