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Star Trek 1: The Motion Picture
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Star Trek 1: The Motion Picture

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Overall 9
9.0

This is what science fiction is all about

mr Marble, IMDb
28 July 2011
  • Summary: Watched this one after few years, didn't remember what it was all about. Oh yes, it was the one with "V'ger"...aka amazingly beautiful Persis Khambatta...with her head shaved. Most beautiful bald woman I can think of right now...
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Overall 8
8.0

At Last The Definitive Version!

njmollo, IMDb
9 May 2007
  • Summary: "Star Trek: The Motion Picture - The Director's Edition" "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" is by far the most important of the series and in my opinion also the best. This Director's Cut has improved and tightened the 1979 theatrical release to create a truer version of the director's original vision.
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Overall 9
9.0

A different kind of Star Trek

The_Other_Snowman, IMDb
20 March 2007
  • Summary: I recently watched this movie for the first time in ten or fifteen years. When I was younger I thought this one was even worse than Star Trek V, because as bad as "The Final Frontier" was, at least it had some action and colour.
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Overall 9
9.0

an under-rated film

b c, IMDb
9 December 2006
  • Summary: This was an under-rated film in the first version, and it is improved a great deal with the changes that Robert Wise made just a few years before he passed away. There has been a backlash against this picture, mostly for two reasons; it was not Star Wars, and it was not what people expected of Star...
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Overall 7
7.0

As far from the restrictions of TV as it could possibly be.

Shawn Watson, IMDb
1 October 2006
  • Summary: Oooh, a difficult one this. Very difficult indeed. Unless you are particularly patient, or are a hardcore Star Trek fan this is going to take some effort to stick with. It doesn't seem like a Trekkie movie. Nowhere near as much fun as Wrath Of Khan, or First Contact.
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Overall 7
7.0

A muddled epic

russem31, IMDb
30 November 2005
  • Summary: Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Stardate: 7412.6 Of all the Star Trek films, this is the most impersonal and epic - which necessarily isn't a bad thing. This film really isn't about the Star Trek crew, but about the vast visual effects laden V'Ger and how the Enterprise spends 2+ hours exploring it.
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Overall 10
10

Star Trek Done Right!

ronski11780, IMDb
18 September 2004
  • Summary: It's amazing how many Trekkies I meet describe Star Trek the Motion Picture as "A good sci-fi film, but an awful Star Trek movie."....And that's when they're feeling generous! This statement can't be farther from the truth.
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Overall 10
10

The Most Beautiful Science Fiction Movie Period....

Adán Castillo, IMDb
21 November 2003
  • Summary: **No Spoilers** I think Orson Welles said it best in the trailers for this film. "It will startle your senses. Challenge your intellect. And change your perception of the future....by taking you there." Indeed it will and does.
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The Director's Edition is Bob Wise's definitive vision of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. And what a vision!

homie_g, IMDb
19 February 2003
  • Summary: This DVD version has improved and restored and made Star Trek: TMP a pleasure to watch rather than a chore. You're less inclined to hit fast-forward in those lengthy scenes. This movie will resonate well with mature-age viewers because the story is not what you would expect from today's action...
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Overall 8
8.0

Who is 'VGER'?

whitepe (whitepe@earthlink.net), IMDb
5 March 2000
  • Summary: Star Trek: The Motion Picture is the first film in the Star Trek series, the most successful series in movie history. After all, the fact that a movie series can hold the public's interest for 21 years (and nine films) and that the whole Star Trek concept is alive and well after over 30 years says...
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