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Original Release Date:
1994
Original Running Time:
118 minutes
Fanedit Release Date:
Fanedit Running Time:
121 minutes
Time Cut:
5 minutes
Time Added:
7 minutes
Subtitles Available:
Available in HD:
Synopsis:
A light edit that aims to tighten the pacing by re-editing the battle and crash sequences, restore some dignity (or give some that never existed to begin with) to several of the leading characters, and incorporates Spock into the denouement.
Intention:
Following the release of Star Trek: Picard's third season and The Roddenberry Archive's short 765874: Regeneration, I wanted to revisit the big screen debut of The Next Generation's crew, Generations.

A movie I've always felt was underrated by fans and critic, Generations nonetheless is not without its problems. The characters are somewhat inconsistent and ill-served, the Nexus is poorly defined, some of the more comedic moments with Data simply — much like the Enterprise-D — do not land, and the death of the legendary Captain James T. Kirk is underwhelming in just about every sense.

Some parts I felt I couldn't do anything about — the Nexus and Kirk's death, mainly, as the former would need the addition of more material than exists and the latter... well, how do you give such a legendary character a satisfying death? — but I believed I could address most of the other issues I had with the movie. Captain Harriman of the Enterprise-B is presented as youthful, inexperienced, utterly starstruck and completely out of his depth, but with a few trims he now comes across as the kind of competent senior officer one would have to be to earn the captaincy of a vessel with such a prestigious lineage.

After that comes the bugbear of just about every faneditor to ever tackle this movie: Data. Brent Spiner is a wonderful comedic actor, and Data's an equally wonderful character to explore character growth with, but sometimes less is more. In the original cut Data's a quipping gag machine for most of his screentime... until he suddenly isn't, having mastered his emotions offscreen. In my edit he still grapples with his newly-acquired ability to feel, but after his initial overload he only loses his usual professionalism in moments of high stress.

Two characters who get a major shafting in the original cut are Riker and Worf. The Duras sisters' plan to get through the Enterprise-D's shields is pretty clever, but should never have bought them more than a shot or two before the shields were remodulated and the Enterprise-D obliterated them (or, more likely, they retreated). My biggest edit involves merging the ship battle with the warp core breach that happens after its conclusion. Instead of Riker and Worf allowing the ship to take a prolonged beating until it ultimately exploded, the fatal damage is done with the first shot — now, with the knowledge that the stardrive section is already lost but is drawing the Bird-of-Prey's fire, the focus for Riker and Worf is to take out the hostile enemy ship while they still have access to the torpedo launchers before the entire crew are evacuated to the more vulnerable saucer section.

Finally, I wanted to incorporate 765874: Regeneration into the finale to really tie up Kirk's story and plant the seed for one of the major events of Star Trek: Picard's third season. Leonard Nimoy famously turned down involvement in the movie after negotiations for him to direct fell apart. That Kirk effectively dies twice with Spock nowhere to be found was a crying shame, so finally seeing Spock wrestle with his closest friend's confirmed death is some small compensation.
Other Sources:
765874: Regeneration by OTOY/The Roddenberry Archive
Star Trek: The Next Generation Seasons 3-6 Blu-rays
Star Trek: Picard Seasons 1-3 Blu-rays
Star Trek: The Motion Picture soundtrack CD by Jerry Goldsmith
Star Trek: Generations expanded soundtrack CD by Dennis McCarthy
Star Trek: First Contact expanded soundtrack CD by Jerry Goldsmith
Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage digital album by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra
BBC Sound Effects digital library
freesound.org
Special Thanks:
Many thanks to ArtisDead, Wraith, and Eyepainter for their help, suggestions, and support.
Release Information:
  • Digital
  • Blu-ray
Cuts and Additions:
00:00:00 Added Fanedit disclaimer and logo.

00:00:17 Added Mighty Attack Tribble logo.

00:00:29 Replaced Paramount logo with 2023 variant with Starfleet fanfare.

00:00:39 Replaced opening credits up to the title reveal, including new starfield background plate.

00:03:35 Added ambient Bridge SFX from the Star Trek: Generations score to all Enterpise-B Bridge scenes.

00:04:05 Removed Kirk's "Oh, really?" and Harriman grinning like a bashful child.

00:07:46 Removed the stammering from Harriman's "On speakers."

00:08:35 Shortened Harriman stalling over what to do about the distress signal.

00:16:11 Stabilised poorly-executed camera shake and remade the effect with a less exaggerated, more consistent shake.

00:20:35 Added the Klingon fanfare from "The Deflector Dish" from the Star Trek: First Contact score as Worf claims his officer's hat.

00:22:43 Added alternate take of "To Live Forever" from Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra as Picard and Riker are talking about the freedom of the high seas.

00:30:04 Removed Riker's report on the observatory attack to Picard. We don't need to see Riker relay to Picard that Soran wants to speak to him when Picard acknowledges that Soran asked to see him in their meeting in Ten Forward.

00:30:04 Moved Picard discussing his family with Troi to before his meeting with Soran. Removed their reaction to the star's collapse.

00:39:48 Removed Data's "Magnetic personality" quip.

00:40:26 Removed Data's "Mr. Tricorder" quip.

00:40:29 Removed Data's impression of Picard.

00:41:54 Removed Data begging Soran not to hurt him.

00:50:14 Removed slow-motion extension of Soran and Geordi.

00:50:16 Replaced shot of the Enterprise-D, which was one of the most re-used model shots on the show, with a CGI flyby created by Daniel Broadway.

00:56:11 Flipped shot of the Enterprise-D going to warp, to maintain consistency with the previous establishing shot.

00:58:01 Replaced shot of the Enterprise-D in orbit over Veridian III with a CGI recreation by Daniel Broadway.

00:58:32 Removed Riker's "Big margin for error" line and Picard's agreement. It's actually a very small margin for error.

01:00:30 Corrected the transporter FX when Picard is beamed down to the surface of Veridian III to account for the fact that he's beaming down from Lursa and B'Etor's Bird-of-Prey.

01:01:58 Removed Crusher's line telling Geordi she's removed the nanoprobe from his heart. The nanoprobe torture scene was cut from the theatrical release.

01:05:08 Removed Data's "Life Forms" song.

01:06:29 Moved scene of Geordi trying to hold things together in Engineering to immediately after the first shots of the battle, cut together with:

01:06:37 Moved Geordi declaring an imminent warp core breach.

01:06:57 Moved Picard noticing a gap in the force field.

01:08:24 Moved Worf and Riker discussing the Bird-of-Prey's weaknesses. Added impact SFX to shot where the crew are reacting to an unheard explosion.

01:08:46 Moved and re-scored scenes of the crew evacuating to the saucer section. Added camera shakes and impact SFX to emphasise the battle is still going on.

01:09:06 Moved the Klingon tactical officer's shields update.

01:09:11 Moved Riker and Data formulating the plasma coil exploit. Added impact SFX to shot where the crew are reacting to an unheard explosion.

01:09:28 Removed Riker's "They'll have two seconds of vulnerability" line, as in actuality it ends up being closer to 15 seconds.

01:09:35 Moved scenes of Crusher and Geordi assisting the crew evacuation. Battle SFX added.

01:11:07 Flipped shot of the Bird-of-Prey exploding so it is correctly orientated in relation to the Enterprise-D (and to disguise that it's a re-used shot).

01:11:14 Removed crew reaction and Data's "Yes!" No time to stand around patting yourselves on the back when the ship's about to explode.

01:45:58 Removed Kirk's "Oh my." His last words are now "It was fun." As good as Shatner's ad-lib was, Kirk should at least die with a smile on his face (metaphorically) rather than with fear in his eyes.

01:46:04 Added animated film grain to the hold on Kirk's lifeless face to disguise that it's a still frame.

01:47:19 Extended lengh of the shot after Picard walks offscreen and added long crossfade to indicate the passing of time (deleted scenes and supplemetary material establish the crew was stranded on Veridian III for 48-72 hours before help arrived).

01:47:21 Replaced shot of the crashed Enteprise-D saucer with scenes of the recovery operation from 765874: Regeneration — there's no chance that Starfleet would leave the wrecked but otherwise intact saucer of the Federation flagship for every spacefaring race in the quadrant to pick through. Colour-corrected footage, added film grain, and re-scored and re-foleyed.

01:47:35 Removed Picard's line declaring the Enterprise unsalvgeable. In canon the Galaxy-class was already being phased out by Starfleet, so while recovery was necessary it would have been a waste of resources to do anything more.

01:49:35 Added scene of Spock arriving at Kirk's makeshift grave from 765874: Regeneration. Colour-corrected footage, added film grain, and re-scored and re-foleyed.

01:50:34 Added scene of Spock briefly grieving underneath audio of Picard talking about appreciating the time we have. Colour-corrected footage, added film grain, and re-scored and re-foleyed.

01:51:54 Replaced credit roll to include 765874: Regeneration's credits, crediting all previously-uncredited actors with their characters' canonical names, and including thanks to those faneditors who have assisted in this edit. A new end credits mix using the music from the score and Jerry Goldsmith's "End Credits" from the Star Trek: First Contact score plays over the roll.
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Faneditor Name:
Original Movie/Show Title:
Franchise:
Fanedit Type:
Original Release Date:
1994
Original Running Time:
118 minutes
Fanedit Release Date:
Fanedit Running Time:
121 minutes
Time Cut:
5 minutes
Time Added:
7 minutes
Subtitles Available:
Available in HD:
Synopsis:
A light edit that aims to tighten the pacing by re-editing the battle and crash sequences, restore some dignity (or give some that never existed to begin with) to several of the leading characters, and incorporates Spock into the denouement.
Intention:
Following the release of Star Trek: Picard's third season and The Roddenberry Archive's short 765874: Regeneration, I wanted to revisit the big screen debut of The Next Generation's crew, Generations.

A movie I've always felt was underrated by fans and critic, Generations nonetheless is not without its problems. The characters are somewhat inconsistent and ill-served, the Nexus is poorly defined, some of the more comedic moments with Data simply — much like the Enterprise-D — do not land, and the death of the legendary Captain James T. Kirk is underwhelming in just about every sense.

Some parts I felt I couldn't do anything about — the Nexus and Kirk's death, mainly, as the former would need the addition of more material than exists and the latter... well, how do you give such a legendary character a satisfying death? — but I believed I could address most of the other issues I had with the movie. Captain Harriman of the Enterprise-B is presented as youthful, inexperienced, utterly starstruck and completely out of his depth, but with a few trims he now comes across as the kind of competent senior officer one would have to be to earn the captaincy of a vessel with such a prestigious lineage.

After that comes the bugbear of just about every faneditor to ever tackle this movie: Data. Brent Spiner is a wonderful comedic actor, and Data's an equally wonderful character to explore character growth with, but sometimes less is more. In the original cut Data's a quipping gag machine for most of his screentime... until he suddenly isn't, having mastered his emotions offscreen. In my edit he still grapples with his newly-acquired ability to feel, but after his initial overload he only loses his usual professionalism in moments of high stress.

Two characters who get a major shafting in the original cut are Riker and Worf. The Duras sisters' plan to get through the Enterprise-D's shields is pretty clever, but should never have bought them more than a shot or two before the shields were remodulated and the Enterprise-D obliterated them (or, more likely, they retreated). My biggest edit involves merging the ship battle with the warp core breach that happens after its conclusion. Instead of Riker and Worf allowing the ship to take a prolonged beating until it ultimately exploded, the fatal damage is done with the first shot — now, with the knowledge that the stardrive section is already lost but is drawing the Bird-of-Prey's fire, the focus for Riker and Worf is to take out the hostile enemy ship while they still have access to the torpedo launchers before the entire crew are evacuated to the more vulnerable saucer section.

Finally, I wanted to incorporate 765874: Regeneration into the finale to really tie up Kirk's story and plant the seed for one of the major events of Star Trek: Picard's third season. Leonard Nimoy famously turned down involvement in the movie after negotiations for him to direct fell apart. That Kirk effectively dies twice with Spock nowhere to be found was a crying shame, so finally seeing Spock wrestle with his closest friend's confirmed death is some small compensation.
Other Sources:
765874: Regeneration by OTOY/The Roddenberry Archive
Star Trek: The Next Generation Seasons 3-6 Blu-rays
Star Trek: Picard Seasons 1-3 Blu-rays
Star Trek: The Motion Picture soundtrack CD by Jerry Goldsmith
Star Trek: Generations expanded soundtrack CD by Dennis McCarthy
Star Trek: First Contact expanded soundtrack CD by Jerry Goldsmith
Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage digital album by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra
BBC Sound Effects digital library
freesound.org
Special Thanks:
Many thanks to ArtisDead, Wraith, and Eyepainter for their help, suggestions, and support.
Release Information:
  • Digital
  • Blu-ray
Cuts and Additions:
00:00:00 Added Fanedit disclaimer and logo.

00:00:17 Added Mighty Attack Tribble logo.

00:00:29 Replaced Paramount logo with 2023 variant with Starfleet fanfare.

00:00:39 Replaced opening credits up to the title reveal, including new starfield background plate.

00:03:35 Added ambient Bridge SFX from the Star Trek: Generations score to all Enterpise-B Bridge scenes.

00:04:05 Removed Kirk's "Oh, really?" and Harriman grinning like a bashful child.

00:07:46 Removed the stammering from Harriman's "On speakers."

00:08:35 Shortened Harriman stalling over what to do about the distress signal.

00:16:11 Stabilised poorly-executed camera shake and remade the effect with a less exaggerated, more consistent shake.

00:20:35 Added the Klingon fanfare from "The Deflector Dish" from the Star Trek: First Contact score as Worf claims his officer's hat.

00:22:43 Added alternate take of "To Live Forever" from Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra as Picard and Riker are talking about the freedom of the high seas.

00:30:04 Removed Riker's report on the observatory attack to Picard. We don't need to see Riker relay to Picard that Soran wants to speak to him when Picard acknowledges that Soran asked to see him in their meeting in Ten Forward.

00:30:04 Moved Picard discussing his family with Troi to before his meeting with Soran. Removed their reaction to the star's collapse.

00:39:48 Removed Data's "Magnetic personality" quip.

00:40:26 Removed Data's "Mr. Tricorder" quip.

00:40:29 Removed Data's impression of Picard.

00:41:54 Removed Data begging Soran not to hurt him.

00:50:14 Removed slow-motion extension of Soran and Geordi.

00:50:16 Replaced shot of the Enterprise-D, which was one of the most re-used model shots on the show, with a CGI flyby created by Daniel Broadway.

00:56:11 Flipped shot of the Enterprise-D going to warp, to maintain consistency with the previous establishing shot.

00:58:01 Replaced shot of the Enterprise-D in orbit over Veridian III with a CGI recreation by Daniel Broadway.

00:58:32 Removed Riker's "Big margin for error" line and Picard's agreement. It's actually a very small margin for error.

01:00:30 Corrected the transporter FX when Picard is beamed down to the surface of Veridian III to account for the fact that he's beaming down from Lursa and B'Etor's Bird-of-Prey.

01:01:58 Removed Crusher's line telling Geordi she's removed the nanoprobe from his heart. The nanoprobe torture scene was cut from the theatrical release.

01:05:08 Removed Data's "Life Forms" song.

01:06:29 Moved scene of Geordi trying to hold things together in Engineering to immediately after the first shots of the battle, cut together with:

01:06:37 Moved Geordi declaring an imminent warp core breach.

01:06:57 Moved Picard noticing a gap in the force field.

01:08:24 Moved Worf and Riker discussing the Bird-of-Prey's weaknesses. Added impact SFX to shot where the crew are reacting to an unheard explosion.

01:08:46 Moved and re-scored scenes of the crew evacuating to the saucer section. Added camera shakes and impact SFX to emphasise the battle is still going on.

01:09:06 Moved the Klingon tactical officer's shields update.

01:09:11 Moved Riker and Data formulating the plasma coil exploit. Added impact SFX to shot where the crew are reacting to an unheard explosion.

01:09:28 Removed Riker's "They'll have two seconds of vulnerability" line, as in actuality it ends up being closer to 15 seconds.

01:09:35 Moved scenes of Crusher and Geordi assisting the crew evacuation. Battle SFX added.

01:11:07 Flipped shot of the Bird-of-Prey exploding so it is correctly orientated in relation to the Enterprise-D (and to disguise that it's a re-used shot).

01:11:14 Removed crew reaction and Data's "Yes!" No time to stand around patting yourselves on the back when the ship's about to explode.

01:45:58 Removed Kirk's "Oh my." His last words are now "It was fun." As good as Shatner's ad-lib was, Kirk should at least die with a smile on his face (metaphorically) rather than with fear in his eyes.

01:46:04 Added animated film grain to the hold on Kirk's lifeless face to disguise that it's a still frame.

01:47:19 Extended lengh of the shot after Picard walks offscreen and added long crossfade to indicate the passing of time (deleted scenes and supplemetary material establish the crew was stranded on Veridian III for 48-72 hours before help arrived).

01:47:21 Replaced shot of the crashed Enteprise-D saucer with scenes of the recovery operation from 765874: Regeneration — there's no chance that Starfleet would leave the wrecked but otherwise intact saucer of the Federation flagship for every spacefaring race in the quadrant to pick through. Colour-corrected footage, added film grain, and re-scored and re-foleyed.

01:47:35 Removed Picard's line declaring the Enterprise unsalvgeable. In canon the Galaxy-class was already being phased out by Starfleet, so while recovery was necessary it would have been a waste of resources to do anything more.

01:49:35 Added scene of Spock arriving at Kirk's makeshift grave from 765874: Regeneration. Colour-corrected footage, added film grain, and re-scored and re-foleyed.

01:50:34 Added scene of Spock briefly grieving underneath audio of Picard talking about appreciating the time we have. Colour-corrected footage, added film grain, and re-scored and re-foleyed.

01:51:54 Replaced credit roll to include 765874: Regeneration's credits, crediting all previously-uncredited actors with their characters' canonical names, and including thanks to those faneditors who have assisted in this edit. A new end credits mix using the music from the score and Jerry Goldsmith's "End Credits" from the Star Trek: First Contact score plays over the roll.
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I am not the biggest fan of Generations. I found it to be a very uneven movie.
The Picard arc is Fantastic. The Data stuff was overplayed. And Kirk? Sigh... Disappointing.
While still a somewhat flawed film, this fan edit is a more satisfying watch than the original.
And this mostly comes down to Tone.
Mighty Attack Tribble has done an admirable job keeping Tone more balanced.
From making Captain Harriman more competent to reigning in Data's over the top moments.
I found it to be a very enjoyable watch despite my personal feeling towards the core story.

There is some clever cut/rearrangement work in this project. If I did not know this movie so well, I would say these changes are seamless. There are some CGI replacement shots in the fan edit. And while they clearly stand out from the Mode FX Work that comprise the majority of the film, they did not detract from the experience. In many cases, they enhanced the moment. The inclusion of Spock in the final moments was particularly satisfying.

The audio work is very good. In most instances I did not realize it was newly added music until I reviewed the Cut List after watching. Though I did think the Klingon fanfare could have been slightly louder and blended in smoother. But that is a very minor quibble.

Overall, excellent work from Mighty Attack Tribble and I am very excited to see what this new editor tackles next!







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This is now my go-to version of Star Trek Generations.

Hats off to Mighty Attack Tribble for making this the best it can be. While potentially understandable at the time due to the heavier nature of some of the other plot elements, the Data as comedy relief arc wears thin very quickly. Thankfully Mighty Attack Tribble edits this admirably. While still grating at points, the funny Data moments are lessened and this makes his journey more powerful.

Due to some choice editing decisions we are left with a thoughtful, exciting and ultimately worthwhile addition to the Star Trek canon that is quite breathless at points. Honestly, I really rate this cut of the movie and will watch it again. Thank you, Mighty Attack Tribble , you did a great job!

Someone somewhere in the original production decided to release a relatively meh movie when compared to others in the series, and given the love many of us have for these characters, the original let us down. In the original Kirk's death is almost treated like the death of an away team red shirt. Mighty Attack Tribble brings this iconic figure the best send off current footage allows. Thank you, thank you.

If it wasn't already obvious, I highly recommend this version as the one to watch.

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It had been a long time since I'd seen Star Trek: Generations, but the memory in my mind was one of relative disappointment. Several qualities of the film had failed to live up to expectation, given it was a story about two legendary fictional characters sharing an adventure.
I showed Star Trek: TOS, the films, TNG to my girlfriend finally building up to Generations and I showed her this Fan Edit based on the description, reviews and score. We both really loved this edit.
The changes made by this editor have remarkably shaved off the abrasive edges of the piece, leaving a surprisingly enjoyable and poignant movie. It seems there was always a diamond in there somewhere and MightyAttackTribble found it and polished it.
It felt like after many years I got to enjoy a beautiful farewell to Admiral Kirk.
Data is also now understated instead of his original portrayal which felt uncharacteristically "zany"
I recommend this version very highly and a much improved alternative.

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There is a select few fan edits that deserve a perfect 10. Flawless really does mean flawless. The decisions made here and the expertise used to assemble this edit feels like an official release of a Special Edition if Paramount ever really cared about Star Trek enough to revisit the TNG films. This, to me, is the definitive version of Star Trek: Generations. There are some very tiny nitpicky things that sound absolutely silly to write them out, but here they are:

- The title design is flawless. Fan edits that don't take the time to match the typography and style of the film take you right out of the movie, and everything here fits perfect. With one exception, the word Regenerations in bright gold/yellow seemed off. How absolutely
small is this nitpick in a sea of fan edits that don't get ANY of the type right? Not worth any consideration in the star ratings.
- Removal of the lifeforms song. Completely understand this decision and it WORKS, but to me, and maybe this might be nostalgia talking and not viewing the film with new eyes, it could be included and the fan edit would be just as flawless, and give a little light heartedness and camp to that portion of the film.

The added shots, color corrections, and integration of footage from 765874: Regeneration was also flawless. Not only does it make sense in canon (especially with Picard Season 3), it just works here.

Looking forward to what's next from MightyAttackTribble!

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Phenomenal visual editing and terrific creative choices helps make Regenerations stand out as one of the more unique takes on fixing what was wrong with Generations. It's a good film let down by low-tier humour, a TV budget, confounded continuity snarls, and scattershot sequences. The improved visual effects give it that blockbuster vibe suited to a cinematic audience, the duel with the Duras sisters is also made more epic and interwoven with drops of separate dramatic scenes that are all well interwoven and create a sense of high stakes that intensify the movie.

Overall, one of the best takes on Generations yet.
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Loved this edit!
Tightened up the story and removed the humour that went a bit too far and yet kept enough in there to keep it fun.

The video editing and quality was fantastic and seamlessly includes the new effect shots. I was very impressed with the audio editing and there was nothing that was jarring or disconnected, felt very professional.

The battle scene was reordered to appear more chaotic and urgent, once it started you felt the tension mount. The new ending was just perfect and this film feels more like the passing of the torch it was meant to be.

Highly recommend any fan to watch this and enjoy.

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