STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY
1991, Paramount, 110 min, USA, Dir: Nicholas Meyer

With the Klingon world threatened by irreversible ecological disaster, the Federation and the Klingon chancellor (David Warner) offer an olive branch to each other to save the race, and Captain Kirk (William Shatner) is chosen as the Federation’s representative. Things go quickly downhill when a very high-ranking Klingon is assassinated, and Kirk and Dr. McCoy (DeForest Kelley), framed for the murder, end up in a wintry, gulag-style labor camp. With Christopher Plummer.


STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME
1986, Paramount, 119 min, USA, Dir: Leonard Nimoy

The most accessible STAR TREK film ever made sets its previously galaxy-spanning adventures on a contemporary Earth with a healthy dollop of humor. The Star Trek crew must harness the power of humpback whales, the only creatures that can communicate with and help stop an alien probe.

Scotty: Computer! Computer?
[He's handed a mouse, and he speaks into it]
Scotty: Hello, computer.
Dr. Nichols: Just use the keyboard.
Scotty: Keyboard. How quaint.


STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN
1982, Paramount, 116 min, USA, Dir: Nicholas Meyer

In part one of the three-part story arc, the genetically engineered Khan, played with ferocious energy by Ricardo Montalban, escapes from a 15-year exile to exact revenge on James T. Kirk (William Shatner). Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Nichelle Nichols and the rest of the Enterprise crew must stop him from obtaining Project Genesis and using its power as a doomsday device.


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