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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

By William Shatner

  • Genre: Sciencefiction en Fantasy
  • Release Date: 1989-11-06
  • PEGGY & KIJKWIJZER Advisory Rating: Niet geclassificeerd
  • Runtime: 1h 46min
  • Director: William Shatner
  • Production Company: Paramount
  • Your selected Country: Netherlands
  • Production Country: United States of America
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Description

The crew of the Federation starship Enterprise is called to Nimbus III, the Planet of Intergalactic Peace. They are to negotiate in a case of kidnapping only to find out that the kidnapper is a relative of Spock. This man is possessed by his life long search for the planet Shaka-Ri which is supposed to be the source of all life. Together they begin to search for this mysterious planet.

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  • Sorry, Mr. Shatner

    3
    By Hajile Equinox
    I feel guilty for saying it, because I seriously admire William Shatner, but though this movie did have its moments, it was kind of narcissistic towards Kirk. It really painted him like he was more of hero than he really was. I don’t like how when the story got into some of the more intense parts, it began relying on him and only him to save the day. Even the nice campfire scene seemed to have the problem of focusing on only the awesomeness of Kirk. William Shatner is a brilliant and talented actor, but as a director, I’m afraid he leaves much to be desired. But hey, at least it ain’t Star Trek Nemesis, right?

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