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Hmm, it's not often that people use IPs in THAC, even though it's allowed.
While I think what's here was well put together, it's still got the feeling of lacking something. Perceptions warp when they go into warp, I get it. However, there does not seem to be any story behind it. It's like it's the opening pre-credits sequence to a much more elaborate episode.
However, there are some really neat aspects to this entry.
The simulated talking, yet without audio, was actually well done. What was 'said' was clearly communicated.
Becuase you stuck to only one main set, you were able to make it a really, really, good one. The CGI was also solid, and the effects were spot-on. Visually, you couldn't ask for better.
Hmm, I don't recall ever watching a Star Trek brickfilm, definitely a surprise. In my head I could hear Picard say "engage". Definitely felt like something that could actually happen, (been on a bit of a TNG binge recently). I agree with pritchard though, the story didn't feel complete.
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