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The Battle for Peace Has Begun.
|The crews of the enterprise and the excelsior must stop a plot to prevent a peace treaty between the klingon empire and the federation.|
"A fun, exciting--and dignified--sign-off for Captain Kirk and crew. Danny Graydon, BBC Online
"Easily the best made, most intelligent film of the entire Trek series. IGN
"Meyer's direction and dialogue are among the most fluid and exciting of the whole series... Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
"The original crew at its finest, and the Trek lore at its most thrilling. Rob Blackwelder, SplicedWire
Editor's NoteIn STAR TREK VI - THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY, the cold war between the Federation and the Klingons thaws out when the leader of the crumbling alien empire makes a peace offering. Admiral Kirk (Willliam Shatner) and the crew are quickly sent to escort the Klingon ruler to treaty talks, but they unknowingly stumble into the middle of a political assassination--and soon Kirk and Dr. McCoy (DeForest Kelley) are framed for the dignitary's murder. Sent off to a frozen gulag planet, the two plot their escape while Spock (Leonard Nimoy) and the rest of the old gang try to find out who the real killer is. The future of the intergalactic peace movement depends on their success.
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country - DVD Review
By: David Bezanson filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 9/11/2009 5:42 PM
|The rule of thumb with Star Trek movies continues to be: even-numbered good, odd-numbered bad. The first was a sub-Kubrickian snore. The third and fifth were marred by gratuitous action and sentimentality, respectively. On the other hand, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was an entertaining swashbuckler highlighted by good performances, Kirstie Alley's debut and James Horner's score. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home was a cute riff on the 20th century environmental crisis. Paramount eventually noticed the pattern....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Nicholas Meyer - Director|
|George Watters, II, F. Hudson Miller, Nominee, Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing|
|Michael Mills, et. al., Nominee, Best Makeup|