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By the Beard of Riker!
byrikersbeard
Sep 2
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The differences began waaay back with the original home video release, as the actual theatrical prints seen in theaters in ‘82 didn’t have the “II” in the title even though it was used on the advertising, posters, merchandise, etc. - they just said “Star Trek The Wrath of Khan”, but then added the Roman numeral for

Sep 2
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The big changes were the addition of Spock, who replaced Xon (who’s still in the movie but perishes in the transporter accident)

Sep 1
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The movie is more focused on the amazing wonderment of just watching the world of Star Trek on the big screen. It’s all about slow scenes of special effects with a magical score. It’s beautiful but many found it boring. Read more

Sep 1
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For me, the one aspect of TMP that sets it apart from subsequent Star Trek projects- movie and TV- as well as Star Wars... The solutions to any and all problems are non-violent. Read more

Aug 25
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I loved that story. It was a nice companion to Neil Gaiman’s Secret Origins story, where the Riddler is just a goofy guy with a gimmick who wants to have fun in a universe growing darker every day.

Aug 20
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when playing Batman there is an expectation of how he is supposed to look and move. You don’t need to be Chris Hemsworth ripped and huge, but you do need to look better than average in terms of physique development. Read more