7 Star Trek characters who deserve their own movie

We've seen the in action but not quite front and center. Let's take a look at 7 Star Trek characters that deserve their own movie.

Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine in "Dominion" Episode 307, Star Trek: Picard on Paramount+. Photo Credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+. ©2021 Viacom, International Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine in "Dominion" Episode 307, Star Trek: Picard on Paramount+. Photo Credit: Trae Patton/Paramount+. ©2021 Viacom, International Inc. All Rights Reserved. /
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7. T'Pol

Let's talk about why T'Pol, our favorite Vulcan officer with an eyebrow game stronger than a Vulcan nerve pinch, absolutely needs her own movie. Picture this: T'Pol: The Vulcan's Path (another completely made-up title by yours truly, you're welcome Hollywood), a cinematic journey taking us from her early, super-serious Vulcan days to the more emotionally nuanced powerhouse we've all come to admire. It wouldn't just be any story.

T'Pol's transformation from a strictly logical Vulcan to someone who embraces her emotions (albeit in a very Vulcan way) is like watching a flower bloom on a moon crater – unexpected and totally mesmerizing. This movie could dive deep into her internal battles, showing us just how tough it is to juggle Vulcan logic with those pesky, illogical human feelings. And let's not forget her spicy and groundbreaking relationship with Trip Tucker – that's a subplot that deserves its own director's cut!

But wait, there's more! T'Pol's story isn't just about emotional growth; it's a front-row seat to some of the most pivotal moments in Star Trek history. Imagine getting a behind-the-scenes look at the formation of the United Federation of Planets, with T'Pol right in the middle of the action. We're talking high-stakes diplomacy, interspecies politics, and maybe even a few Romulans thrown in for good measure. Plus, her life post-Enterprise is an unexplored treasure trove of stories. What happens to a Vulcan who's seen as much as T'Pol after she hangs up her Starfleet uniform? Does she settle down on Vulcan and take up gardening, or does she continue to wander the stars, possibly helping to shape the Federation's future?

This movie would be an epic tale of growth, discovery, and Vulcan nerve pinches (because let's face it, we can never have enough of those). So, Hollywood, if you're listening, let's make T'Pol: The Vulcan's Path happen – I have spoken (oops, wrong Star-franchise), and I need this movie like a Vulcan needs logic.

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