Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

1982

Action / Adventure / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller

143
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 90%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 90%
IMDb Rating 7.7 10 99403

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TownRootGuy 10 / 10

It's OK to start with this one if you're new to the series.

I love Star Trek so it should come as no surprise to other fans that this is one of two in the series that I consider worthy of an 11. 'The Voyage Home' is the other. I don't know which I like best, they're both fantastic.

This has an outstanding cast, great action, good FX, an excellent bad guy AND more funny than you might expect from a revenge plot.

If you ask a Star Trek fan which movie is their favorite, it's probably this one or the 4th one. If you ask them which one has the best villain, it's this one.

This show is superb and I can watch it yearly.

Reviewed by KalKenobi83 8 / 10

The Star Trek Sequel That Made Star Trek A Cinematic Powerhouse

Watched Star Trek II:Wrath Of Khan With William Shatner(Star Trek:TOS) as Admiral Jim Kirk , also Starring Leonard Nimoy(Vincent) as Spock, DeForest Kelley(The Littlest Hobo) as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy , Nichelle Nichols(Truck Turner) as Uhura , Walter Koenig(Columbo) as Pavel Chekov, George Takei(Beyond Westworld) as Hikaru Sulu , James Doohan(Jigsaw) as Montgomery "Scotty" Scott ,Bibi Besch(The Beast Within) as Carol Marcus ,Kristie Alley(Quark) as Saavik, Paul Winfield(White Dog) as Clark Terrell and Ricardo Montalban(The Man From U.N.C.L.E) as Khan. The film is Fun and Thrilling Also Ricardo Montalban was great as Khan also really Loved the original Crew trying to get Jim Kirk back on the Horse also The threats were dire This is one the best Star Trek Films and One the best Sequels That Made Star Trek The Cinematic Powerhouse it was Today . Amazing Costume Design By Robert Fletcher(The Scarecrow) Cinematography By Gayne Rescher (Bitter Harvest),Musical Score By James Horner(The Hand) and Writing/Direction By Nicholas Meyer(Time After Time) The Star Trek Sequel That Made Star Trek A Cinematic Powerhouse 8/10

Reviewed by Matt Greene 8 / 10

Worth Seeing for Montalban's Cleavage Alone

"Of all the souls I've encountered in my travels, his was the most...human." In this line, we witnessed the birth / re-birth of a space-opera that was long thought dead, yet has become one of the longest-lasting franchises ever. Wrath of Khan, A well-directed, thrilling and surprisingly artful sequel, boldly moves this frontier into the future, all while staying true to the ethos of the classic series. Most importantly, it reminds us that it isn't our agendas, but our relationships that make life worth exploring. In 1982, audiences weren't expecting much from this franchise, after the TV series was unceremoniously canceled years earlier and the first film was such an uncharacteristic slog. Maybe the cool sets, practical effects, corny posturing and brilliant score were of no surprise. Maybe even the great correlation and juxtaposition between our hero and villain may have been inevitable, with Khan and Kirk basically being two sides of the same bloated-chest coin. However, to get a Star Trek film that's such a dark and powerful metaphor for the hardships of war must've been a watershed moment, especially within the Spock-Kirk arc. What especially surprises me is this film's status as a bonafide classic of the genre. Like other so-called "Trekkers", I love it, but how much of that is helped by my pre-existing fandom? WrathÂ… makes the decision not to waste time with character introductions or clunky backstory exposition; it assumes our knowledge of these things. Instead, it allows its strong script to stand on its own. The humor-injected dialogue, the consistent character moments, the straightforward plotting, and the wide-reaching themes connect us to these characters, whether for the first or hundredth time.

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