Star Trek V: The Final Frontier


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 21%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 24%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 54406


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November 26, 2012 at 11:38 AM


Leonard Nimoy as Spock
George Takei as Sulu
David Warner as St. John Talbot
744.89 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 47 min
P/S 5 / 17

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by pmtelefon 6 / 10

This one is growing on me.

"Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" Is a mixed bag. There is a lot of humor in it. ( I suspect that's because of the success of Part 4. ) There is some action but it's not that exciting. The special effects aren't that hot at times. The weakest part is the storyline. Just when the plot needs to pick up speed, it runs out of gas. That said, it hard to not enjoy any movie with the original Star Trek cast. It's because of them that I am enjoying "Star Trek V" more these days than I used to. It's not the greatest movie but it's still better than "Star Trek: The Motion Picture". Dishonorable mention: They didn't give the always enjoyable David Warner anything to do.

Reviewed by stschlegel 10 / 10

So fun! One of my favorites.

Seriously, why all the hate? This is such a fun, adventurous and highly humorous Star Trek movie (I mean the humurous part in the best way). Boldy goes where predecessor Trek films have not gone, yet still holds all the warmth, humor and rich character development true Star Trek fans should all hold dear and find comfortingly familiar. Sure, there are some slightly goofy moments but overall, I like it just as much as the rest... Take it easy people. It's a wonderful addition to the Star Trek canon. Bravo William Shatner on his directorial debut.

Reviewed by ma-cortes 5 / 10

Fifth of the series about a Vulcan hijacks the USS Enterprise and takes it on a journey to the center of the universe

This somewhat slow , humorless and little intriguing outing . An Amusing Adventure and Imagination Will Meet At the Final Frontier .A new attempt to boldly venture where no man has gone before in which the greatest Enterprise of all is adventure . It deals with a renegade Vulcan called Sybok (Laurence Luckinbill ) , Mr. Spock's long-lost half-brother , kidnaps the Enterprise for an obsessive search for God at the center of the Galaxy and then he takes it on a voyage to the mythic center of universe , and along the way they suffer Klingon threaten , as usual . As Sybock commands the aging crew to go on a mission to a far planet to carry out a dangerous journey to discover God (George Murdock) . The batty Vulcan holds forth on the state of God , pain and the Galaxy , just as well there's a ship full of hostile Klingons to contend as well . Admiral James T. Kirk (William Shatner) and the crew (DeForest Kelley as McCoy , James Doohan as Scotty , Walter Koenig as Chekov , Nichelle Nichols as Uhura , George Takei as Sulu) of Enterprise must battle the rebel Vulvanian , a Spock's old friend/foe out for revenge .The Enterprise is back. This time, have they gone too far? Why Are They Putting Seatbelts In Theatres This Summer? What does God need with a starship?

A regular and inferior sequel that sags in the middle , packing some warm moments , primitive special effects , and comradly in the nostalgic mode of predecessors and successors entries . William Shatner's mediocre directorial debut , and even he co-write the screenplay , along with Harve Bennett , David Loughery , based on the characters imaginated by the real creator : Gene Roddenberry , but it results to be a poor following to the Nimoy-shooting fourth outing : ¨The voyage home¨ in the series . Heavy-handed , slow-moving and pretentiously pseudo-theological , including God's appearance . The filming is serviceable enough ,if things sometimes get too deliberately ridiculous , absurd and silly , but there is still a deal of entertainment to be gained from the banter , jokes, agreeable talking and singing among the old comrades : William Shatner , Leonard Nimoy , DeForest Kelley while hicking throughout the mountains and Woods . During pre-production meetings, screenwriters jokingly proposed to have Commander Uhura appear as an erotic dancer in order to lure away the hostage takers from the Paradise compound , then the producers , surprisingly , approved of the idea right away , and there shows up the always likeable Nichelle Nichols at an bemusing strip-tease . In the film appears the franchise's ordinaries , adding the following ones : Laurence Luckinbill , David Warner , Goerge Murdock ,Charles Cooper and cameo by Harve Bennet , series's producer , as a member of the Starfleet Chief of Staff. It contains the always rousing musical score by the great Jerry Goldsmith . And a colorful and adequate cinematography by Andrew Laszlo . The motion picture was middlingly directed by William Shatner .

The long franchise started with the popular TV series , following the cinematic renditions , these are the following ones : the first ¨Star Trek , the Motion Picture¨ by Robert Wise ; ¨Star Trek 2 the wrath of Khan¨ by Nicholas Meyer ; ¨The search of Spock¨ by Leonard Nimoy ; ¨The voyage home¨ by Leonard Nimoy ; ¨The undiscovery country¨ by Nicholas Meyer and ¨Generations¨ by David Carson in which blends classic roles as William Shatner , James Doohan , George Takei with a new generation formed by Patrick Stewart , Brent Spiner , Levar Burton , Marina Sirtis , Jonathan Frakes . And going on other series starred by these new roles such as : ¨Némesis¨ by Stuart Baird , ¨Insurrection¨ by Jonathan Frakes , ¨First Contact¨and many others ....,

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