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Review of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country - The End of History

We have the Vulcans (the West) and the Klingons (the East) trying to make peace as War (Communism) is obsolete. Obviously nothing runs smoothly and here we have some dissidents making trouble. I liked Christopher Plummer's tache, reminiscent of a Genghis Khan like warrior quoting the Bard, while David Warner plays a Gorbachev like leader realising the end of their ways is near and the need to join the rest of the world is imperative.

Overall I feel the film is somewhat lacking, the meeting between Trekkie and the casual filmgoer is always tough. The jokes are tired and laboured although they hit the spot often enough. One the better Trek films in the ongoing saga.
Added by Usurping_Python
7 years ago on 3 January 2011 16:33

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