I'd always liked the TNG eps I caught on terrestrial, and life-long sci-fi fan, so I recently treated myself to TNG series 1 - 7 in order, and all the movies.
I watched most of them in order too (I'd already seen Nemesis in 2006) but due to sheer forgetfulness picked this up last - and, it's dire! What a let down.
For a start, the plot makes NO sense - I'll try not to spoilerise, but there's a massive inconsistancy about the capabilities of the Nexus, which calls the antagonist's initial motivations into question, in ways I won't describe here (but if you watch it, you'll probably see what I mean).
Also, Data's just brought into ridicicule, and in fact contradicts stuff we've seen him handle fine in the TV series, while the other characters of what's a deservedly famous ensemble get kind of shoved onto the dumpster during the most critical plot developments - aw, it's just ghastly. And whoever wrote it, REALLY had a hate on for James T Kirk...
If you want a sound TNG movie, the excellent First Contact and Nemesis are the ones to watch, because they add to and build upon the characters and plots from seven seasons of excellent TV. This movie simply can't hold a candle to either of those feature films.
It's just like the scrapings from the plot's shoes, of both TOC and TNG. Glad I saw it, the scene in stellar cartography is worthwhile, but the rest? Nah, it's like bad fanfic, in that it's unevenly paced and totally inconsistent - it's as though it was written by someone who doesn't understand either the universe, or the people within it.
If you're able to avoid anything TNG (and I sadly wasn't) this is the one to skip - you won't really lose out in terms of long-term plot or character arcs, and you'll spare yourself some of the scenes that I think harm the strongest characters this series is based upon.