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Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2008-05-13

Worth 5 just for the YouTube comments alone.

"Possible reasons: Warp drive functions upon gravity waves. Perhaps the gravity field of Vega was strong enough to inhibit this. Perhaps warp drive can't be utilized when engaged tactically, firing photon torpedoes and the like."

"I think that V'GER was already in warp considering that it was cruising across interstellar space on a course for Earth. Star Trek prior to TNG and its spin-offs frequently played it fast and loose with its depictions of faster-than-light travel."

bopeton - 2008-05-13

I like the look on the bad actors' faces right after they see the Klingon ships vapourised.


Xenocide - 2008-05-14

God, the first Trek movie sucked.

Lucky for it, the Shatner-directed one eclipses this one for sheer crap factor.

Goofy Gorilla - 2008-05-14

Sometimes I don't get the hate for the first Star Trek movie given the adulation for the second. Then I remember: DORKS

zatojones - 2008-05-14

God this movie was slow moving

benchmark - 2008-05-14

While still slow-pacing, the special edition DVD didn't seem quite as boring as the previous versions. Although I did notice the whole "flying through cloud/psychadelic images intercut with shots of wide eyed Enterprise crew" scene wasn't quite as long on the DVD. How much of the movie was cut for that version?

Desidiosus - 2008-05-14

You young whippersnappers with your five Star Trek series neglect the fact that at that point in time all we'd had were TOS, TAS and slash fiction to sate our needs.

Slow paced or not, we gobbled it up like the nerds we were.

Urist - 2008-05-14

5 stars for Goldsmith.

ztc - 2008-05-14


kiint - 2008-05-14

from WP:
"The film's soundtrack also provided a debut for the Blaster Beam, an electronic instrument about 10 feet long, stringed, and played with an artillery shell. Jerry Goldsmith used it to create the eerie signature V'Ger sound."

kiint - 2008-05-14

and a picture:

Caminante Nocturno - 2008-05-14

VGer, the movie monster that can create its own soundtrack.

Gerhard - 2008-05-14

This is the only good part, an entire movie of those klingons messing around in space would have been better.

Blackbetta - 2008-05-14

"I have exterior visuals," says the flaming gay negro.

erratic - 2008-05-14

I love this movie. easily one of the best ST movies.

I also love how the Klingons have a pre-designed graphic to represent Sparkley-Killsphere-of-Vaporization on their navigation screen.

Calamity Jon - 2008-08-28

Too-TOOT too-TOOOOT, Too-too-too-tootoo-toooot, tooo-toooooot!

Also, Haha, the Klingon ship fires photon torpedos out its butt.

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