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The third movie in the Star Trek series, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, is a faithful adaptation of the original novel and television series, combining the two together in one movie. Although there are some deviations from the original film to Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, there are some interesting bits in the movie that fans of the TV series will enjoy. The film's theme, the prime directive, is somewhat revealed, as Spock, who was meant to be the most faithful of the crew members, is highly skeptical of his superior officers after they shoot down the Vulcan ship and it crashes into San Francisco. The prime directive has been a part of the story since the first series episode, "Space Seed", where the Enterprise encountered its first case of warp drive malfunction.
Most of the action in the movie takes place on Voord, a planet with metal spikes protruding from its surface. Voord is the only civilization that knows how to create an energy field around itself, which is so strong that the force of gravity simply can't reach into it. For over three hundred years, this barrier has protected Voord from all but the strongest weapons. Spock and McCoy go up against an ancient being called the Locutus, who wants to bring the planet under his control and use its energy field to do more than just protect its people; he wants to destroy the barrier.
As the war progresses, McCoy learns about other planets that have similar energy barriers, as well as various different alien races that live without one. It becomes clear that the Locutus has been gathering these barriers, to use them for his own ends. With the help of a young boy, Klingons find a way to foil his plans.
The story of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan is very simplistic, and the movie relies heavily on its visual effects. It's like a space opera movie with a little "Star Wars" thrown in. But the actual plot is quite simple, and fans of the series will not get lost in it. The pacing is okay, the characters and the situations aren't complex, but if you're a fan of the TV series, you'll probably enjoy the film quite a bit.
The acting in the movie is good, but it doesn't hold a candle to the acting in the first movie. Generations star Leonard Nimoy is largely the only actor who really stands out in the film, as he portrays the greatest Vulcan, Khan Noonien Singh. Samuel Jackson plays a wide variety of characters, including those of the Viceroy, General Zhang, and the Man From Earth.
This is one of the best movies for music in recent years, and the only reason why it doesn't have better is that the movie doesn't really have any really great music. The music in the movie is great, and if you've ever been a fan of the music from the Star Trek series, then you will enjoy this movie even more. The movie is about three minutes long, so I wouldn't advise going in expecting any long scenes. The battle scenes and the action scenes are really quick, and it is great to see the original series characters look so good!
I didn't see the movie until a few weeks ago, and although I watched it at home, it was a lot better when I watched it in the theater. I was able to see all the computer graphics and explosions, and to watch the red shirt (he was the only red shirt in the entire film) run into the crowd. He ran through a barrier, a river of water, and when he got to the other side, he just disappeared into nothingness.
Some critics have pointed out that the original series did not do much more than draw parallels to the real history of the United States, which is a fair point. I'd argue that Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan does a great job of utilizing the parallels drawn in the original series, but it also gets a lot of things right, as well. So, if you want a movie that is fun and engaging, and you want a classic sci-fi adventure that's totally non-comic book, then Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan might be a good choice for you.
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