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Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Have some baked beans with that ham

    This one rocks. After the great looking but pointlessly existential (sorry for the redundancy) Star Trek: The Motion Picture (which evidently opened concurrent with Star Trek: The Opera) this is a great return to form with Shatner just beginning the Fat Elvis phase we know and love him for. This movie works for a few reasons: 1) Things blow up. There is nothing worse in Star Trek than when some writer thinks we give a hoot about the character's interior life. No we don't. We are here to watch things blow up. 2) Shatner v. Montalban: who can overact more. My money goes to Montalban who it seems has a career as long as Bob Hope's has an old pro's grace with the hammy dialogue. This is not to take away from Shatner's cured loin-of-pork performance. It really is six of one, half a dozen of the other. 3) It had a subplot. Also of note is a svelte Kirstie Alley who plays a cute Vulcan know-it-all who learns it is better to ignore protocol and regulations and watch a crew of students perish because of Kirk's insouciance. More fun: figure out which ''unknown'' will die in a later scene. This one has it all and there is even something for the die-hard who pays way too much attention to this stuff. Love it, love it.

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