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  Shinzon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shinzon was the chief antagonist in the movie Star Trek: Nemesis, set in 2379, in which he led a coup d'état of the Romulan Senate, becoming Praetor, and then attempted to destroy Earth, the center of the United Federation of Planets.
In 2379, the Romulan Senate was briefly overthrown in a Reman coup led by Shinzon.
Shinzon decided to fulfill his destiny by assembling his forces and building a new starship, the Scimitar, which was the most powerful and fastest of its time.
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 Shinzon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Shinzon was the chief antangonist in the movie Star Trek: Nemesis, in which he led a coup that overthrew the Romulan Senate, and then attempted to destroy Earth, the center of the United Federation of Planets.
Shinzon decided to fulfill his destiny by building a new starship, the Scimitar, which was the most powerful and fast of its time.
Shinzon would later meet his death aboard the Scimitar as it was destroyed by the Enterprise and two Romulan warbirds.
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 Shinzon - Memory Alpha
Shinzon was a clone of Jean-Luc Picard, a Human Starfleet captain.
However, before Shinzon had fully matured, a new faction took power in the Romulan Senate and chose to abandon the plan, believing it to be too risky.
In the mines of Remus, Shinzon was hated by the Romulan guards and became the target of abuse.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Shinzon   (1019 words)

 Shinzon: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Shinzon is a fictional character from the Science Fiction universe of Star Trek Star Trek quick summary:
Shinzon decided to fulfill his destiny by assembling his army and building a new starship, EHandler: no quick summary.
Shinzon would later meet his death aboard the Scimitar when battling mano-a-mano with Picard in which his last words are: "Our destiny is complete".
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/sh/shinzon.htm   (1216 words)

 STARTREK.COM : Biography
The Reman Praetor Shinzon was a clone of Jean-Luc Picard.
Shinzon was a product of a failed experiment to clone Picard and send the clone to infiltrate Starfleet, with the intent to defeat the Federation from the inside-out.
Shinzon lured Picard and the Enterprise-E to the Romulan Neutral Zone by using the B-4 android as bait.
www.startrek.com /startrek/view/library/MOV/010/character/1176.html   (253 words)

 Star Trek: Nemesis - Memory Alpha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Shinzon was created as a part of a Romulan plot to plant a spy in Starfleet, but the plan was abandoned some time ago.
Shinzon was sent to the dilithium mines of Remus when he was only a small child, but his Viceroy took care of him and taught him how to survive.
Shinzon's death scene, in which he basically impales himself, is reminscent of a death scene in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, in which an Uruk-Hai warrior impales himself.
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 01/13/03: Shinzon was an entirely ineffective villain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The point of Shinzon was that he was supposed to be able to get inside Picard's head and know what he might do at every moment.
A Shinzon with the full support and backing of Romulus would have been a lot more dangerous, and it would have been a lot easier to belive that he might want to destroy Earth (I never really did understand what he had against human beings.
And then there's always the struggle for Shinzon himself to break through his Romulan training and perhaps come to understand that everything he's been raised to believe is wrong.
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 Unofficial Index to the GE Fabbri Star Trek Trek Files - Nemesis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Upon their meeting, Shinzon reveals that he is a clone of Picard originally created by the Romulans to replace Jean-Luc but ultimately abandoned after a change of government.
Shinzon claims to want to forge an alliance between the Romulan Star Empire and the Federation, but Picard doubts his motives because the Scimitar is giving off traces of Thaleron radiation, an outlawed biogenic agent.
Shinzon's plan is now apparent: rather than pander to the Federation, he intends to hit it at its core by wiping out all life on Earth, leaving the rest vulnerable to a take-over.
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 Charity's Place.com > Nemisis
One would imagine Praetor Shinzon (Tom Hardy) of Remus to be Remun, with the hideous complexion and deep-set eyes of that culture.
Shinzon is a clone, one originally created by the Romulans for the purpose of replacing Jean-Luc when former became old enough to take the latter’s place in StarFleet.
Shinzon, in spite of his nature, seems to desire the life Jean-Luc lived.
www.charitysplace.com /review/nemesis.htm   (1219 words)

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SHINZON It's imperative we retain their allegiance or our great mission will be strangled before it can truly draw breath.
Shinzon is in conference with the Romulan Commanders and Senator Tal'Aura.
SHINZON And when I was ready they were going to replace you with me, an exact biological duplicate.
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 Star Trek: Nemesis Review :: Hollywood.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Shinzon is hell-bent on revenge and wants to destroy everything in his path including the Enterprise, the Federation and Earth, but first he has a score to settle with Picard.
Shinzon, as played by Hardy (Black Hawk Down), with a shaved head and a sculpted latex nose and chin, is believable as Picard's doppelganger (although I hate to say that with the pale skin and scarred lip, he looks an awful lot like Mike Myers's Dr. Evil).
While Picard and Shinzon are dealing with their own issues, Spiner's Data is going through his own personal turmoil.
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 Star Trek Nemesis
Shinzon desires to liberate the slave world Remus and reintegrate it into Romulan society and re-conquer the Neutral Zone as a way to eventually conquer the Federation.
However, after Shinzon uses B-9 to lure the Enterprise into his plan (which, if you’re confused, is to get Picard's blood, kill him and then everyone on Earth) B-9 remotely becomes an “inside agent” ala Geordi visor in Generations or La Forge in the TNG episode where he was brainwashed to act as an assassin.
The Viceroy has been with Shinzon since when he was a boy, a scene we see early in the film where a boy we later learn is Shinzon is presented before the Romulan Senate.
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 'Star Trek: Nemesis' fails to engage
A warrior named Shinzon, from the planet Remus, has taken over the neighboring planet, Romulus, home to the nasty Romulans, who have been the bane of the Federation for centuries.
Of course, Shinzon had some knocks Picard never had, including a rough childhood on Remus, where all the people work in mines and resemble Nosferatu.
Shinzon wants to wipe out Earth, and the only thing in his path that might stop him is the Enterprise.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/chronicle/archive/2002/12/13/DD205744.DTL   (708 words)

 Latino Review
Picard soon discovers to his horror that Shinzon is actually a clone of his younger self, created by the Romulans decades earlier in a plan to secretly replace him with a spy.
The plan was eventually abandoned and Shinzon was imprisoned on the Romulan moon of Remus where he was raised by Reman slaves and eventualy became their leader.
Shinzon speaks of peace with the Federation and wants to acquaint himself with Picard so that he can learn of his human heritage.
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 Enterprise Timeline
Shinzon's plan is rejected, and the senate moves on to other matters.
Shinzon then raises the lights, and Picard is shocked to see a familiar face staring back at him.
As Shinzon takes a sample of Picard's blood, he explains that his plan is to conquer the Federation, so the Remans may rule the entire galaxy.
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 Dead Stop
Although this clone (aka Shinzon) was genetically identical to Picard, he was anything but the captain that we have become all too familiar with.
Shinzon grew up on Remus - perhaps one of the darkest and harshest worlds of the Romulan Empire (hmm…wonder if Kirk has a clone on Rura Penthe?).
Shinzon, while playing the getting-to-know-you routine, was always intent on vengeance upon earth and humanity.
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 Star Trek: Nemesis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Shinzon is a bioengineered clone of Picard, originally intended to replace Picard and be a weapon against the Federation.
Shinzon shows that he is convinced that he is exactly the same as Picard when he says, “I can hear as well as you can, Captain.
Shinzon tries to convince Picard, “Had you lived my life, you'd be doing exactly as I am.” Lewontin describes otherwise when he describes “developmental noise,” which explains why twins do not have the exact same fingerprints and why humans are not
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Shinzon's voice seems to come from the Viceroy's lips: SHINZON (V.O.) I'm with you, Imzadi… And then it is Shinzon again, kissing her: SHINZON I'll always be with you now.
Shinzon is pressed against her, whispering: SHINZON Don't fear what you desire… She forces him away from her and-- She is alone.
Shinzon was created with temporal RNA sequencing.He was designed so that at a certain point his aging process could be accelerated to reach your age more quickly, so he could replace you.
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 PULP CULTURE column for DEC. 19, 2002: New 'Star Trek' can't revive a tired franchise
For centuries, the Romulans have oppressed the inhabitants of the neighboring planet Remus, using the Remans as slave labor and cannon fodder.
Much to Picard and company's surprise, however, Shinzon isn't a Reman but a clone of Picard, created by the Romulans to infiltrate the Federation but left to die on Remus after the Romulans abandoned the project.
Instead, Shinzon has built a doomsday weapon, capable of wiping out all life on an entire planet and housed inside a stealth starship.
home.hiwaay.net /~tfharris/pulpculture/columns/021219.shtml   (656 words)

 Star Trek: Nemesis
Shinzon presents himself as a clone of Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), and as a simultaneous friend and foe.
Though the baby faced Shinzon wears an intimidating shiny fl metallic suit of armor, and spits his words through a nasty sneer, he is clearly no match for Picard.
Called Shinzon (Tom Hardy), the leader is neither Romulan nor Reman, but rather, in fact, a human replica of Jean-Luc Picard originally bio-engineered by the Romulans to be substituted for the captain as a weapon against the Federation.
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 Life Am Good - Movies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Picard and his clone Shinzon, whose febrile fascination with his othered self is the kind of sub-text of which slash fiction is made.
Shinzon is Picard shorn of mannerisms and lucky life, but with the same burning hunger to know.
In the last moments of the movie, as Shinzon dies, he says that it is good that they are together at this moment, his death, because they are one.
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SHINZON For thousands of years the Romulan Senate has met in this chamber and dictated the fate of its sister- planet...
SHINZON It's just the two of us now, Jean Luc, as it should be...
Shinzon ends the transmission and his holographic image flickers and fades away.
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 PADD =/\= Star Trek X
Shinzon later led an uprising of the Reman slaves and secretly constructed a powerful cloaked battleship equipped with an illegal thalaron radiation weapon that can destroy organic matter.
After the Romulan Senate rejects a Reman alliance, a thalaron weapon is used to kill the entire Senate, and Shinzon assumes control of the government with the support of the Romulan military.
To correct a genetic defect that is killing him, Shinzon needs an infusion of Picard's DNA, and he also plans to use his thalaron weapon to destroy Earth.
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 Look What I Found In My Brain!: Movie Review: Star Trek: Nemesis
Praetor Shinzon claims he wants peace between the Romulan Empire and the Federation and freedom for his fellow Remans, but he is secretly planning to unleash a doomsday device and kill all life on Earth, thus crippling the Federation and leaving it ripe for Romulan takeover.
Shinzon, who is a genetically-modified clone of Captain Picard, is also dying, and needs a full transfusion of Picard's blood to cure him of his sickness.
Shinzon envies Picard's life and feels that as long as Picard lives, he will be nothing more than a shadow, a copy.
www.sff.net /people/lucy-snyder/brain/2005/07/movie-review-star-trek-nemesis.html   (977 words)

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