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Daniel Jones over 3 years ago
This is a serious, well-made sci-fi movie. Slowly, but rewarding. Very beautiful, too.
Noah Rymer almost 4 years ago
long, but easily one of the deepest and thoughtful star trek movies.
Pedro Cruz almost 6 years ago
A space classic, with its ups and downs!
Michael Cole 6 years ago
I love the cover of this movie... I guess the movie's okay too
Taylor Reginald Wright almost 7 years ago
The slow pace of this thoughtful and visually arresting adventure is it's one weakness.
Douglas Carrison 7 years ago
Let down by the fact it seems to never end but saved by a beautiful soundtrack.
Robyn Wilde 4 months ago
Don Lathrop 7 months ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Sini Stenbacka over 2 years ago
Iulia M over 2 years ago
warp speed over 2 years ago
Margarita Krivega over 2 years ago
Annalisa Schettino over 2 years ago
Richard Sebastian over 3 years ago
Ryan Boucher over 3 years ago
Raul A. Herrero over 3 years ago
Stephen Adams over 3 years ago
Drew Nick 4 years ago
Star Trek: The Motion Picture is a 1979 American science fiction film released by Paramount Pictures. It is the first film based on the Star Trek television series. The plot of the film is set in the twenty-third century, when a mysterious and immensely powerful alien cloud called V'Ger approaches the Earth, destroying everything in its path. Admiral James T. Kirk (William Shatner) assumes command of his old starship—the USS Enterprise—to lead it on a mission to save the planet and determine V'Ger's origins. When the original television series was cancelled in 1969, Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry lobbied Paramount to continue the franchise through a film. The success of the series in syndication convinced the studio to begin work on a feature film in 1975. A series of writers attempted to craft a suitably epic script, but the attempts did not satisfy Paramount, so the studio scrapped the project in 1977. Paramount instead planned on returning the franchise to its roots with a new...
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