"For hate sake, I spit my breath at thee!"
A damn good slice of space opera, in any regard. A visual trek (if you'll pardon the pun) through CGI-free worlds seemingly constructed from psychedelic album covers is so refreshing and sumptuous in comparison to today's standard grimy-and-gritty or polished-and-metallic views of the future. Aside from that, it's a compelling story of vengeance, and Ricardo Montalban's scenery chewing as Khan is wonderful.
This is the second Star War...Trek movie I have seen (Watching the saga from the first movie), and I have to admit, I really liked the "wrath of khan". Kirk is finaly a bit less arrogant, and there are alot of mind blowing moments were in todays films you just dont see. Really liked this one alot, "From the firey pits of hell, I spit thee my last breath" "By the book"
whoever says that shanter cant act, plainly hasnt seen this or star trek 3. this is on my top five favorite film list for scifi movies, topped only by star wars and the empire strikes back. terrific score, i just wish they would can the reboot music and return to the star trek 2 music as the next generation brilliantly did. the reboot was god awful, made for 20 year olds.