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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier in Review

With Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home becoming the greatest box-office success of the Star Trek film franchise up to that point (the film was released in 1986, to celebrate the 20th anniversary

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Life is a Dream – The Final Frontier 33 Years On

James T. Kirk – “Excuse me, I’d just like to ask a question… What does God need with a starship?“ On this day in 1989, Star Trek V: The Final

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Filming Beyond Star Trek Beyond

After several apparent false starts, it appears that the long-gestating sequel to 2016’s Star Trek Beyond is finally gaining traction and “getting close to the starting line,” according to Paramount chief Brian

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The Wrath of Khan in Review

Captain Spock of the USS Enterprise is killed along with his crew and their new trainees in a thrilling opening to the second Star Trek film, making an immediate change

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From Hell’s Heart – 40 Years of The Wrath of Khan

“I don’t like to lose.” – James T. Kirk While Star Trek: The Motion Picture had been incredibly successful with fans of the series, the less-than-stellar critical acclaim it received

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In Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, the Adventure Continues…

“May the wind be at our backs.” – James T. Kirk Star Trek III: The Search for Spock was the first Star Trek movie I saw in cinemas. By that

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Star Trek: The Motion Picture Screening Event

It has been nearly forty-three years since Star Trek: The Motion Picture was released in its original form. Last night, at a screening which is to be the first of

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An Interview with Fred Bronson, Part 2: The ’70s

Fred Bronson, who wrote an episode of Star Trek: The Animated Series (i.e., “The Counter-Clock Incident”) and co-wrote installments of The Next Generation (“Ménage à Troi” and “The Game”), describes himself as someone

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Star Trek: The Motion Picture – The Director’s Edition (2022 4k Release)

Reviewing a Reinvigoration of a Movie Masterpiece For years, I’ve wanted to see a theatrical release of the 2001 Director’s Edition of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, further enhanced and

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Future-Proofing Star Trek: The Motion Picture: The Director’s Edition – David C. Fein interview

Producer David C. Fein is giddy. And he has every right to be. After forty-three years, Star Trek: The Motion Picture (TMP) has at last become the film it was

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