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A strange cloud descends upon Klingon vessels and eradicates them with an energy bolt. The Epsilon IX space station alerts the Federation, but they too are wiped out by the entity. The starship assigned to the case is, what else, the NCC-1701. That would be the registration number for the USS Enterprise, which has been rebuilt. Thus,
Release date: 7 December 1979
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30 Movies/Just 1 Day (30 movies items)
"17 - A movie that disappointed you the most
I'm sure I'm not the only one that this particular film disappointed. After years of waiting for a return for Star Trek, this is what we got? There were some visually striking shots and Persis Khambatta looked gorgeous but that was it. From the uniforms onward, this movie was an abysmal disappointment."
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Awful Movies I Have Known (66 movies items)
"Really! After all the wait for ST fans, this is what we got? Thank God, Buddha, Zeus, Mr. Rourke and whoever else had a hand in it for The Wrath of Khan."
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20 From 79: My Favorite Films Of 1979 (20 movies items)
maybe not the most exciting sci-fi film ever,
and not even the best of the Trek franchise.
But as someone who wasn't a fan of the TV show,
for me it was kinda cool to see it updated on the silver screen with a blockbuster budget.
And, for what it was, I did enjoy it.
Besides, it did eventually lead up to the Wrath of Khan, Voyage Home &, of course, the awesome 2009 "reboot".
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Movie Reviews (part 10) (50 movies items)
The Ups: It made tons of money and kick-started the franchise we know today. It had excellent effects and it reunited the cast we loved from the original series. It has an intelligent approach.
The Downs: Many people has misunderstood this adaptation of the "Star Trek" series as a continuation when it was an attempt to actually reboot it - with the same cast - and since the fun and fastpaced series didn't work out in the 60s director Robert Wise tried to make it realistic instead of just "
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Most successful movie franchises (20 movies items)
"Total worlwide box office: $1,912,315,272
Number of movies: 7
When was the first movie released?: 1979 (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
When was the last movie released?: 2013 (Star Trek Into Darkness)
Most successful movie: Star Trek Into Darkness ($448,622,000)
Note: It is obviously thanks to the last 2 installments that this franchise has made a come-back in this chart. Before those, the whole thing was pretty dead in the water but, thanks to J.J. Abrams, this franchise has never been so popul"
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