Leighton Trent’s review:
This would've worked great for a two-parter on the show, while as a film, it feels a bit long-winded. The story is just a little too blaise, especially coming something so good as First Contact. What is nice here is the little touches of humor which keeps the cast, and the dialouge, from running into the ground. F. Murray Abraham lends a nice hand as the resident villain.