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One minor quibble: the lighting. A good portion of the movie was shot in flashback sequences, and whoever shot it chose a yellowish soft tint for many of the flashbacks, undoubtedly to help convey the transition in time. I normally don't notice stuff such as that, but in this movie the fuzzy yellow lighting of some shots was noticable enough to become slightly annoying.
It's the one where they travel back in time to like 1986 to bring whales to the future. I remember seeing it when I was a kid and enjoying it. A totally goofball concept but still entertaining. You'd never see any of the newer Trek franchises attempt something out there like that!