Spyglass Entertainment has one hell of a hit on their hands with J.J. Abrams reboot of Star Trek. It just doesn’t get better then this with high action, more action then we have ever seen in any of the Star Trek Films. This will be the one Trek film that you will be watching again and again for years to come. We still have all our favorite characters, they are just all brand new and slightly different and different in all the best ways. This one film will keep the franchise going for years to come and we are all waiting to see what they come up with next. Read more...(790 words, 70 images, estimated 3:10 mins reading time)
Star Trek V should really been called the Search for God in the most idiotic way. This film made the axiom of odd Trek films SUCK a reality. While the film is entertaining it is really out there and beyond reality. Sorry Shatner you goofed with this bomb and your lucky the fans forgave your blunder. There wasn’t enough action and the whole plot and story line seemed contrived, no wonder it was stolen and used for Star Ship Troopers III, heck even the “GOD” set was the same for that film. Anyone that has seem both films knows exactly what I am saying with that statement. Read more...(577 words, 38 images, estimated 2:18 mins reading time)
Voyage Home was one of the more humorous movies of the Star Trek films. It was full of laughter and yet at the same time was serious about the ecological and social problems of the time. This film took the series into a new direction where they were not trying to please the critics but they were trying to please the fans. A movie that said this is Trek and we make it our own way and the fans will love us for it. Guess what, the fans did love them for it and have continued to do so for the last 32 years.
In the last film Spock was reunited with himself, if you do not get that then see the movie Star Trek III The Search For Spock, and now he is traveling to Earth to stand as a witness for his friends. As they are traveling home a probe of unknown origin is crossing both Klingon and Federation place on a course for Earth. No one knows how to stop it, all the ships that go near it are dead in space and it is left to the crew of the Enterprise. In a beat up old Klingon scout ship the crew has to time travel to the past to save the day, but can they find some humpback whales in time? Read more...(514 words, 40 images, estimated 2:03 mins reading time)
The second of the Star Trek films for the big screen feature the acting talents of William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley as the main stars Kirk, Spock and Bones. The villain of the film is the one villain that most if not all Star Trek fans know is Khan played by Ricardo Montalban. From the original series they could not have picked a better person to be the rival to that of Kirk.
Khan is a byproduct of 20th century genetic engineering and was found by the Enterprise drifting in space in an old sleeper ship that had been launched in the last part of the 1990’s. Yes, at the time they thought we were all going to kill ourselves by then but of course we didn’t, but that is part of the Star Trek universe and can not be un made, so live with it, this is science fiction. In the original series Khan and his crew as well as one member of the Enterprise crew were set down on Ceti Alpha 5 which was later thought to have been destroyed. Read more...(502 words, 32 images, estimated 2:00 mins reading time)