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diane almost 4 years ago
Classic and awesome, foundation of much pathos to come.
Kam-Hung Soh almost 5 years ago
Big themes, snappy script, flamboyant villain & early CGI overcome production limitations.
Matty Pee over 6 years ago
Khan's chest is fantastic
Rob Williams over 6 years ago
Best Star Trek movie ever.
Michael Cole almost 7 years ago
I like the throwback to the series, but I wasn't enthralled by the premise
Ben Emmel 7 years ago
What can I say? (Other than KHAAAAAN!)
Andrew Duffy 7 years ago
Overrated, with Shatner turning it far too often into Shakespeare in the (space) Park.
Taylor Reginald Wright over 7 years ago
A powerful sequel with focus on characters over hardware. A science fiction masterpiece.
John Barton over 8 years ago
Robyn Wilde 1 year ago
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
Luis Uribe over 1 year ago
Janika Puolitaival over 1 year ago
warp speed over 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell over 2 years ago
Daniel Rouco over 2 years ago
Iulia M 3 years ago
Dustin Hodge 3 years ago
Margarita Krivega over 3 years ago
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is a 1982 American science fiction film released by Paramount Pictures. The film is the second feature based on the Star Trek science fiction franchise. The plot features James T. Kirk (William Shatner) and the crew of the starship USS Enterprise facing off against the genetically-engineered tyrant Khan Noonien Singh (Ricardo Montalbán), a character who first appeared in the 1967 Star Trek television series episode "Space Seed". When Khan escapes from a 15-year exile to exact revenge on Kirk, the crew of the Enterprise must stop him from acquiring a powerful terraforming device named Genesis. The film concludes with the death of Enterprise crewmember Spock (Leonard Nimoy), beginning a story arc that continues with the 1984 film Star Trek III: The Search For Spock and concludes with 1986's Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. After the lackluster critical and commercial response to Star Trek: The Motion Picture, series creator Gene Roddenberry was forced out...
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