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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    lanète Terre, 23ième siècle, la Fédération des Planètes Unies décide de confier le commandement d'un vaisseau de combat, "l'Enterprise" à l'amiral Kirk pour s'opposer à un mystérieux envahisseur qui a détruit trois croiseurs, le décevant Robert Wise ! www.cinefiches.com

  2. PenteDois's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    This is probably the slowest movie I've ever watched. Otherwise it feels like an above-average episode of The Original Series.

  3. João Rocha's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Star Trek meets 2001 a Space Odissey

  4. TheCentralRuhr's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Probably THE movie which most fetishizes split diopter shots and I've seen all of Brian De Palma's films.

  5. Rebecca Lynn Johnson's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Eh. Incredible visuals, lacks substance in story.

  6. Kaonashiii's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    God, this is beautiful. I watched most of it with a silly grin on my face, lost in a childhood reverie. Couldn't really tell you what the story was about; too busy ooing and aahing over the pretty lights and the gorgeous soundtrack. You want exploding-helicopter-quotient? Go watch a Michael Bay movie.

  7. raggiodisole's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Cosmic, man, all zen and that

  8. Adam Rapley's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    A film I'm ashamed to say I've never watched before now! Very reminiscent of 2001: A Space Odyssey. A clear showcase of graphical and filmmaking technologies of the time - hence it feeling somewhat slow at times. Wonderfully written, the revelation that VGER was a Voyager space probe came as soon as the camera landed on the probe and was utterly perfect. As expected, an incredible soundtrack to match.

  9. Max Seqgar's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    The overture shows how a powerful score is escencial to make a movie literally lift-off!

  10. Mark Commode's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    i just watched that whole film thinking it was new and how the hell did they make everyone look so young! i was in some post modern genre re-defining moment examining the changes in special effects and dialogue and what this meant as a retro star wars style re doing... until i re read the date! great film

  11. Luke Corradine's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    One star for the nostalgia-factor; one star for the sheer amount of glue, cardboard and wrapping paper used in the EFX department and another star for W. Shatner who does indeed plough through the film with great conviction. One thing I don't get is how Jerry Goldsmith was allowed to run amuck with the music. So feels like am oboe and maracas concerto instead of a sci-fi score!

  12. Gary B's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    10 minutes was enough and I'm a Star Trek fan. Too dated and slow and predicatable

  13. Joel Shenton's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    The ending seems truncated, and the whole thing is too similar in tone to the series to thrill as a film, but one for the fans. Brilliant sound design and score throughout.

  14. Stefan Drees's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Maybe it was the challenging story and psychological development that created critical response to this movie and led to a re-orientation in the cheaper style of the following films "The Wrath of Khan" and "The Search for Spock". But this mistake is the fundament of a wonderful slow pacing story that gave Jerry Goldsmith the occasion to compose one of his finest and most beautiful scores. (See commentaries for more.)

  15. Penelope q's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    MUBI I can't see the film!!!!!! please resolve, I am an absolute Treky!!!!!

  16. Omnibus1's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Even though this is perhaps the most panned of the Star Trek films, it stands on its own as the most serious and perhaps closest in spirit to the original TV series. Many complained about the slow pace but this is going to look great in HD, looking forward to re-watching. Hopefully this is the version with the now famous meme where Spock gives God a good talking to "He's got psychological problems..."

  17. Raymond Likes Subtitles's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    I've always loved the full on 70s vibe of the uniforms in this film. Particularly Kirk's tshirt combo.It also introduced the now iconic rebooted Klingon look.

  18. Mark O. Stack's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Not as stylish, well-acted, or well-paced as the science fiction it's attempting to replicate but the ambition is appreciated.

  19. James Mackin's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    People shit on this film, and it's just because it's slow. But those who see the beauty of the Enterprise will love this one. Otherwise, it's ok.

  20. tisthewanderer's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Spectacular scene unveiling the Enterprise.

  21. Blumes's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    "I know engineers, they love to change things."

  22. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    1979, dir. ROBERT WISE - 6,7/10 (USA)

  23. Keith Fletcher's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    Slowwwwwww but intelligent sci-fi. Just not Star Trek.

  24. Terry_Moby's rating of the film Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    4.5 Yes, it´s slow, the story is rather lame (a super intelligence that cannot read its proper name on a plate??) and Shatner´s acting is wodden... But: the look and scope of it all, the music, the spirit of the whole enterprise (and: Enterprise) is pure joy. The director's cut is the much better version. Still waiting for the HD version!

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