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    Star Trek: The Motion Picture

    When a destructive space entity is spotted approaching Earth, Admiral Kirk resumes command of the Starship Enterprise to intercept, examine, and stop it. Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley and the cast from the acclaimed Star Trek television series mobilize at warp speed to stop the alien intruder from its relentless flight toward Earth.
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  • Actors of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"

  • Characters of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"

    James Kirk. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Spock. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Played by: Leonard Nimoy
    Dr. McCoy. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Scotty. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Played by: James Doohan
    Sulu. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Played by: George Takei
    Nurse Christine Chapel. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Played by: Majel Barrett
    Pavel Chekov. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Played by: Walter Koenig
    Uhura. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Ilia. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Decker. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Janice Rand. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Klingon Captain. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Played by: Mark Lenard
    Chief DiFalco. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Played by: Marcy Lafferty
    Yeoman. Character of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Played by: Lisa Chess
  • Directors of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"

    Robert Wise. Director of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Robert Wise
    Birthdate: 10 September 1914, Winchester, Indiana, USA
  • Creators of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"

    Gene Roddenberry. Director of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Gene Roddenberry
    Birthdate: 19 August 1921, El Paso, Texas, USA
    Harold Livingston. Director of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    Harold Livingston
    Birthdate: 4 September 1924, Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"

    Charles Champlin Los Angeles Times
    September 07, 2016

    What you see is what you respond to, and what you see is a unique cultural phenomenon, and a film that for all its visual splendors falls well short of its aspirations.

    Kathleen Carroll New York Daily News
    December 06, 2015

    Not so much a movie as it is a sort of giant display case ...

    Richard Schickel TIME Magazine
    May 03, 2009

    Nothing but a long day's journey into ennui.

    Variety Staff Variety
    May 19, 2008

    The expensive effects (under supervision of Douglas Trumbull) are the secret of this film, and the amazing wizardry throughout would appear to justify the whopping budget.

    Dave Kehr Chicago Reader
    May 19, 2008

    This 1979 movie adaptation of the cult TV series is blandness raised to an epic scale.

    Tim Brayton Antagony & Ecstasy
    May 20, 2013

    Merely a weak, inapt Star Trek movie, not a completely awful one.

    Charles Cassady Common Sense Media
    December 15, 2010

    The Enterprise's first feature, with smarts outdoing guns.

    Scott Nash Three Movie Buffs
    June 30, 2010

    Star Trek's freshman big screen effort was crippled by a plodding pace and a somber tone.

    John J. Puccio Movie Metropolis
    May 15, 2009

    More of an event than a movie...more flash than content.

    Josh Larsen LarsenOnFilm
    March 22, 2009

    If the endless interstellar vistas of 2001: A Space Odyssey tested your patience, Star Trek: The Motion Picture will make you cry like a little star child.

    Stefan Birgir Stefansson sbs.is
    July 05, 2008

    a little too boring

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