Med hjälp av denna site så har jag nu skrivit ett riktigt koolt Star Trek: The Next Generation filmmanus. Vad tycker ni?
I would totally watch this movie.
The film opens with some credits that make the audience’s eyes hurt.
After the credits, we see Federation ships burning falling into a gas giant. This confuses the audience to no end.
Next, we cut to the Enterprise. Throughout the movie, the ship interiors are filmed too dark to see things clearly. On the Enterprise, we see the TNG crew. They are Celebrating Ensign k’tol’s first Pon Far.. During this scene, Picard complains about Photon torpedoes going extinct.
There is an incoming hail, where Picard is instructed that Picard and the TNG crew must help USS Saratoga caught in a subspace vortex near the planet Golon Prime. Thus, beginning their mission.
When they arrive at this mission, Data looses his goofyness.
This scene abruptly switches to a scene involving Firing subspace markers at a tyrgerian smuggler shuttle! This scene could have been very action-packed, but is very short, unfortunately.
Later on, Picard finally finds out that he is gay during the influence of a red sun, and thus the plot of the film finally begins.
As the crew work toward resolving this plot, a member of the TNG crew talks to Frasier, though this person doesn’t really help anything.
Then, Graaahl, the film’s obvious bad guy, is revealed. But Graaahl is not REALLY that bad, because this villian Needs to implode stars to reprocriate..
The crew then learns that Mars 2 is in grave danger! They must come to the rescue!
While they are working on this rescue, Data sings ‘The Look by Roxette.’ The audience groans.
A little later, Worf ‘s Baht’leth has a raspberry scent. This ticks off many Worf fans in the audience.
Later on, Troi, who had nothing else to do in the film, has an involuntary threesome.
A little later, Riker is forced to wear a dress. The audience doesn’t laugh, however.
Trying to resolve things, Picard and his Away Team beam down to the Rain. Which looks almost cinematic, but not quite.
Crusher and Geordi do absolutely nothing for the duration of the film.
Soon, The worm in the ear rips off Wrath of Khan. This seems verrrry familiar to the audience, for some reason…
Then, for no reason, someone in the film says ‘Perkele!’ The audience pretends this is cool and edgy.
Finally, the crew discovers that Graaahl has a Timeline disruptor! This makes the situation very dangerous!
In reaction to this, one of the crewmembers says ‘Implode this!’ …even though this makes no sense.
In their attempts to stop Graaahl, An exploded Enterprise reassembles with the help of a revesed entropy field. This looks really cool… but doesn’t stop Graaahl.
Soon, Riker shoots at a hologram of himself. But this doesn’t help anything.
There is a final showdown in a nebula called Mannerheim anomaly. Almost defeated, Graaahl, in a fit of rage, attempts to activate his Timeline disruptor! Time is running out, so Picard beams over and attempts to stop him.
Eventually, Picard violently and mercilessly kills Graaahl by ordering the spider androids to envelope him in carbon nanotube web.. Picard is almost killed in the process, but luckily a lady klingon saves Picard at the last moment.
Later, Picard contemplates on what has happened. As a result of this mission, Picard has resolved his problems with Photon torpedoes going extinct. Picard then gives a speech about the race to breed the perfect apricot.
The TNG crew then beams back to the Enterprise, which warps off into space.
The TNG theme plays on the soundtrack.
You have now written a Next Generation movie
that’s just as good as the ones shown at theaters!
Print this movie out and send it to Rick Berman!