Star Trek III Review Mistakes or something

Star Trek III is a pretty good Star Trek movie. It’s an ambitious movie in that it follows up the wildly successful Star Trek II The Wrath of Khan, but it doesn’t try to repeat the same formula. Fantasy movies were popular in the early 1980s and Star Trek III can arguably be put in that genre. It deals with the metaphysical; Spock’s spirit living on within Dr. McCoy while his body is reborn on a artificial planet. Planet Genesis itself has jungles, frozen tundras and volcanic mountains within a few hours walk from each other. The movie essentially looks like Legend or the Never Ending Story. As anyone bothering to read about Star Trek III already knows, Leonard Nimoy directed it. Considering all the unique makeup, costumes, sets, special effects, locations, and on-set security precautions that went into creating this movie, it’s clear Nimoy did an amazing job pulling all those components together.
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Star Trek The Motion Picture Mistakes Bloopers and Stuff

Star Trek: The Motion Picture is long, boring and long but you already know that. If you’re a Trekkie, you probably like this. If you’re a Trekker, you take yourself too seriously and if you’re neither you’ve probably forgotten that this movie exists. In case you need a refresher, the crew of the starship Enterprise is reassembled to go check out a space cloud named Vger that’s approaching Earth. They discover it’s a machine having an existential crisis. There’s an insane amount of character reaction shots, then the movie’s over. Now let’s take a look at some plot holes, production mistakes and other Trek stuff. The following is a summary of the info in the video above.
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