youtu.be/Zvb8HEO6Koo <-- Wil Wheaton being schmoopy with the entire TNG cast. Apologies if this was previously linked because it wasn't on the last couple pages and I refuse to spend time looking for it.
You can also download the raw editable PDF on certain file sharing applications... I wonder if that sort of thing is why humans dropped the idea of money in Trek - the free flow of information just presented too many problems to a money system and something had to give.
Not sure if any of you've seen this before... some of it's cringeworthy, but this was a popular Scottish comedy series exploring what Star Trek would have been like if it were made on the east coast of Scotland (Annotations have been used to "subtitle" it and explain a few of the weirder words)
Those are my two favorite ST movies, with Undiscovered Country 3rd. If it's been a while for you, it may be worth checking out again. Just overlook the blatantly stupid moments (the alarm sounding when a phaser is discharged, for example) and focus on the awesome (zero gravity Klingon blood, FTW!).
Search for Spock isn't one of the best, but I recommend watching it and The Voyage Home for complete the Genesis Trilogy. Undiscovered Country is also very good. It was a high note for the original cast to go out on. I'd take a pass on the rest of the TNG movies and Star Trek V.
The only reason to see the TNG movies is for the major changes to the setting and cast (excluding Insurrection which is more or less just a bad episode of the series).
Nemesis could have been better... the script certainly needed some work, but the way the film was made? That was first-class work, I can't fault any of the cast and crew on it. They just needed a few script improvements.
If Frakes had directed, instead of a career editor who knew nothing about ST, it might have turned out better.
But, IMHO, the TNG movies (ST:FC excluded for obvious reasons) are underrated.
Generations has a great story and it's the "end of an era" and a "moving forward" story, like Nemesis is, since, that same year, the Dominion became known to the Federation and Voyager was lost. And, in retrospect, as tough of a ship as she was, she didn't have the firepower and maneuverability necessary to take on the Dominion in the missions she would likely have been sent on, being captained by a Starfleet hero. If she was captained by an even marginally less esteemed captain than Picard, it's possible that she may have made it through the Dominion War as she would more likely been used as a heavy cruiser (assuming she made it through the TV years intact) As such, if she hadn't been lost on Veridian III, she would more than likely have been lost (likely with all hands) in a mission against the Dominion.
Insurrection is, in my thought, an extended-length episode, which is not a bad thing. It's very episodic in its feel and story and is more of a character-piece, as opposed to the more action-story that FC was. Also, as was said above, it didn't take itself too seriously, which, really, was a good thing, since the ones before and after are very dark tales. It's sort of how "BOBW, Pt. II" was followed by "Family", i.e. following a dark story with a lighter character-piece. (Plus, Picard, Worf and Data singing "A British Tar"? You have to admit that that's a classic moment there.)
Nemesis had a fantastic story, was well executed and was amazing visually. Granted, it, like the others, had some flaws (mostly continuity, but ones that could be easily waved-off [e.g. Tom Hardy as young, bald Picard]). It sent the TNG crew on their most difficult and harrowing mission ever and they came out more-or-less unscathed. (And, as Countdown depicts, not even down a senior officer at that!) The Enterprise-E was restored, Riker finally accepted a post as a starship captain after years of turning down offers left and right, and, as with Generations, it is/was a tale of "moving forward". Plus the Battle of the Bassen Rift was really frigging sweet, no?
Those are my thoughts. You don't have to like 'em, but those are them.