“Star Trek: Insurrection” quotes(1998)
Plot – Captain Jean-Luc Picard is very worried because Lieutenant Data has taken hostage the scientific team that was carrying out an inspection on Baku people. Picard travels to the planet to save Data. The Baku can live even hundreds of years and the Federation actually wants to exile the population from its planet to permit other people to live there. To avoid the violence, Picard asks help to Admiral Dogherty, but unfortunately he's part of the plan too, so the Captain rebels. When Son'a and Baku face each other, they discover they are linked and finally Picard brings back tranquility on Baku's planet.
All actors – Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden, Marina Sirtis, F. Murray Abraham, Donna Murphy, Anthony Zerbe, Gregg Henry, Daniel Hugh Kellyshow all
“Star Trek: Insurrection” Quotes 20 quotes
“In the event of a water landing, I have been designed to act as a flotation device.”
“- Picard: In 300 years, you never learned to swim?
- Anij: I just haven't got around to it yet.”
“The Son'a wish to negotiate a cease-fire. It may have to do with the fact that we only have three minutes of air left.”
“- Anij: Have you ever experienced, a perfect moment in time?
- Picard: A perfect moment?
- Anij: When time seemed to stop, and you could almost live, in that moment.
- Picard: Seeing my home planet from space, for the first time.
- Anij: Yes. Exactly. Nothing more complicated than perception.”
“- Data: I feel obliged to point out that the environmental anomalies may have stimulated certain rebellious instincts common to youth, which could affect everyone's judgment... Except mine of course.
- Beverly: Okay Data. What do you think we should do?
- Data: Saddle up, lock and load!”
“- Dougherty: Jean-Luc, we're only moving 600 people.
- Picard: How many people does it take, Admiral, before it becomes wrong? Hmm? A thousand, fifty thousand, a million? How many people does it take, Admiral?”
“- Dougherty: We'll simply be restoring them to their natural evolution.
- Picard: Who the hell are we to determine the next course of evolution for these people?”
“I've never seen a sunrise. Not the way you see it.”
“- Data: My operation depends on specifications that do not change. I will never know the experience of growing up or tripping over my own feet.
- Artim: But you've never had adults telling you what to do all the time, or bedtimes, or having to eat food you don't like.
- Data: I would gladly accept the requirement of a bedtime in exchange for...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Picard: Data, what's the last thing you remember?
- Data: [singing] His nose should pant, and his lip should curl...
- Picard: From the mission.”
“- Artim: Do machines ever play?
- Data: Yes. I play the violin, and my chess routines are quite advanced.
- Artim: No, I mean, haven't you ever just played? For fun?
- Data: Androids do not have fun.”
“- Riker: Our guests have arrived. They're eating the floral arrangements on the banquet tables.
- Beverly: I guess they don't believe in cocktails before dinner.
- Troi: Oh, my God. Are they vegetarian? That's not in there.
- Picard: Perhaps we should have the chef whip up a light balsamic vinaigrette, something that goes well with chrysanthemums.”
“- Riker: You think it's possible for two people to go back in time, undo a mistake they've made?
- Troi: On this ship? Anything's possible...”
“Smooth as an android's bottom.”