Star Trek: Enterprise


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7.5| TV-PG| en| More Info
Released: 26 September 2001 Ended
Producted By: Paramount Television Studios
Country: United States of America
Budget: 0
Revenue: 0
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During the mid-22nd century, a century before Captain Kirk's five-year mission, Jonathan Archer captains the United Earth ship Enterprise during the early years of Starfleet, leading up to the Earth-Romulan War and the formation of the Federation.

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Invaderbank The film creates a perfect balance between action and depth of basic needs, in the midst of an infertile atmosphere.
Bluebell Alcock Ok... Let's be honest. It cannot be the best movie but is quite enjoyable. The movie has the potential to develop a great plot for future movies
Matho The biggest problem with this movie is it’s a little better than you think it might be, which somehow makes it worse. As in, it takes itself a bit too seriously, which makes most of the movie feel kind of dull.
Kevin O'Reilly An intolerably bad theme song by Diane Warren and Russell Watson, was made EVEN WORSE for season 3&4. Hard to believe nobody had the courage to say the song was dooming the show, this is what happens when people have no taste or ear. Russell Watson sings like a MORON and was in fact the reason the show was cancelled, end of story.
ivan-samokish One of my favorite Star Treks out of all of them so far. I watched them all from the original series up until Enterprise. I loved Enterprise the most to my own surprise. Disappointed that there were only 4 seasons. I hoped for at least a solid 7-8. T'POL'S ACTING WAS AMAZING! It might be just me, but I could tell she was really T'Pol and not just acting to be T'Pol. Here face said more than words could. Simply amazed. The pillar of the series in my opinion.This is one of those series I could rewatch and not get tired or bored of it. Awesome job from everyone who worked on this series. The new Discovery (which I could not watch because of so many issues) could learn something from it.Not sure why this series got so much hate. Probably will be considered a classic in about 20 years, as is always the case with under-appreciated/underrated art or movies. I watched all the previous Star Trek's and in my opinion, this one was no worse, but even excelled at many things from its predecessors which I liked. I was actually SAD at the last episode, both because of the ending but also because I knew this would be the last episode. I wish it could keep on going endlessly and that's a feeling I rarely experience with movies or TV shows.
prashbill "Season 2, Episode 29 1/2 - Captain Archer is captured by some Klingon's granny while the Enterprise crew tries ineffectually to rescue him." I just can't get over this series. I am just finishing up Season 2, which I understand to be the worst. Boy, is it the worst! Instead of going boldly out into the galaxy and showing everybody how it's done, the Captain and his officers or crew or the entire ship are captured by aliens over and over and over. Three episodes in a row, then an episode of how we were dominated for years by the evil Vulcans, then another episode where the Captain is again captured.In the original Star Trek series, what if someone handed in a script that began with Kirk and Spock taken forcibly off their shuttle and thrown in chains as galley slaves? Gene Roddenberry would have said, "Whoa, wait a minute, the premise was no good from the start! Kirk and Spock would never allow that to happen to them!" I won't go on with further comparisons from that episode because I don't want to be accused of spoilers, but it only gets worse from there.How the writers could make the same mistake over and over again is beyond me. "I have a great idea! Let's have another episode where the Captain is shown to be utterly ineffectual, both at managing his own personal safety and motivating his colleagues." Captain Archer is never shown having sex because I'm sure he's impotent.There was an episode where the Caption wanted Doctor Pholx (probably my favorite character) to heal a member of a species with whom his species had been at odds for centuries. The Captain could have told Pholx that Phlox was one of the most moral persons he knew and that the Captain was sure Phlox would find a way to remedy the issue. Instead, the Captain simply snarls at him and tells him to do his job. Inspiring. Even Jim Kirk, not a touchy feeling guy (with other men, anyway) had some great motivating speeches. "Risk... risk is our business! That's what this star ship is all about... that's why we're aboard her!" And the complete re-write of our good friends, the Vulcans. They are the bad guys of the series; seriously! They are an emotional, angry, judgmental, dismissive, prejudiced race that will not listen to reason or engage in fair debate. They spy, cheat, lie and blame others.I just can't get over how good this series could have been and how terrible it is. I am only watching it to continue to be shocked. I am only seeing all the opportunities they had to have shown us taking our first steps into space, meeting the aliens we know and love, and showing why Earth became the home of the Federation.
XweAponX And it's mostly pretty decent, at least the first two seasons. Actually, I wholly enjoyed the 3rd Season arc. I noticed that John Shiban, part of the X-Files "John Gilnitz" Trio, had been added to Season 2 as a producer and writer. His episodes were particularly good.I'm surprised Rick Berman actually worked as a writer for a lot of this, some of his episodes were halfway decent as well, but I remember when this was Airing, I didn't like that from the start they had yet another "time travel" arc with the Suliban and the "Temporal Cold War" which heated up and sucked Jonathon Archer in from "time to time". I attributed that to Braga's writing, sometimes his time conundrums were good, other times, not so much. But I have to give the guy credit for an occasional "Horror" tale, those worked well in Trek. Especially in the time frame that Enterprise was supposed to be telling.There were too many "24th century" anachronisms, Trek canon from TOS describes the technology of the time as being much more primitive. For example, in "Balance of Terror" we were told that the first war with the Romulan Star Empire was wrought with ships that had no sensors or visuals compared to the TOS era. But yet, the NX01 had a Screen that was comparable to NCC 1701's, or TNG. And TOS had transporters that were not instant like TNG's, yet the NX01 seemed to be almost 24th century quality. And Doctor Phlox, as much as I like John Billingsly, just had to many gadgets that were even ahead of TNG/DS9/Voyager tech.Nevertheless, this show was still Trek, and now that I can watch it episode by episode, it appears to be much better than my first impression. So I give the whole series a high rating, maybe not each episode. And of course, I thought the last episode was a disgrace and an insult to the series and the actors who had worked so hard to make it happen, not to mention we had already known that Riker was not playing "Cook" on the Holodeck, he was doing calisthenics with Worf instead. The insensitivity of that episode shocked me.But revisiting this series today, when it was good, it was extremely so. Especially when we get around to "Carbon Creek".