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Star Trek IV The Voyage Home (1986)

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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?

Star Trek III The Search For Spock (1984)

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The third film in the Star Trek movies stars William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley and directed by Leonard Nimoy. This film truly makes a franchise of the Trek films in a way that kept the movies going for years by picking up from the cliffhanger of the previous film. Making the films in this way the fans are happy and willing to keep coming back for more to see what is going to happen to what they feel is their crew, their ship and their show.

Spock and McCoy are lost and is is up to the crew of the enterprise to find them both and bring them back safely. While this sounds easy enough for Kirk and crew things are complicated this time around. In Star Trek II The Wrath Of Khan we saw Spock die a painful death repairing the Enterprise. We all felt that he was gone forever but even viewing original footage you see Spock tell McCoy to remember. At the time we didn’t know what he was doing and really didn’t know till this film. Spock was transferring his essence into a vessel to be held till it could be retrieved.