Jun 01, 1984 · "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock" is, in my opinion, the best odd numbered movie in the series to date. If you recall at the end of "Star Trek II", Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy) gave his life to save his friends. His coffin was shipped off to the Genesis Planet, an experiment co-created by Kirk's son David.
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Star Trek III: The Search for Spock is a 1984 American science fiction film, written and produced by Harve Bennett, directed by Leonard Nimoy, and based on the television series Star Trek. It is the third film in the Star Trek franchise, and is the second part of a three-film story arc that begins with Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) and ...
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'The Search for Spock' is a deceptively simple story: Kirk and crew are on a mission to save Spock's soul, and that plot is such a thematic goldmine that 'Star Trek III' might be the most "greater-than-the-sum-of-its-parts" movie ever: at once it's a movie about friendship and family, about living life to the fullest, about aging and regret, about grief and tradition and symbolism and meaning ...
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1,696)IMDb 6.71 h 45 min1984X-RayPG Admiral Kirk and his bridge crew risk their careers stealing the decommissioned Enterprise to return to the restricted Genesis planet to recover Spock's body.
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Third film in the Star Trek series picks up where the Wrath of Kahn left off. The Search for Spock manages to be quit a good affair, and is an entertaining picture from start to finish. The cast of...
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As a result of Khan Noonien Singh's attempt to kill James T. Kirk using the Genesis Device, Spock is dead and a new planet has been created from matter within the Mutara Nebula. Dejected over the loss of Spock, the crew returns to port aboard the Enterprise for essential repairs to their ship, which was severely damaged in the fierce battle against Khan.A little over two hours away from the Earth Spacedock, Kirk asks Commander Pavel Chekov to take the science station – Spock's old post – for...
\\"USS Enterprise, Captain's personal log. With most of our battle damage repaired, we're almost home. Yet I feel uneasy, and I wonder why. Perhaps it's the emptiness of this vessel. Most of our trainee crew have been reassigned. Lieutenant Saavik and my son, David, are exploring the Genesis planet which he helped create. And Enterprise feels like a house with all the children gone. No, more empty even than that. The death of Spock is like an open wound. It seems I have left the noblest part of...
\\"And Enterprise feels like a house with all the children gone. No, more empty even than that. The death of Spock is like an open wound.\\"\\"Sir? I was wondering… are they planning a ceremony when we get in? I mean a reception?\\"\\"A hero's welcome, son? Is that what you'd like? Well, God knows there should be. This time we paid for the party with our dearest blood.\\"\\"Until the Federation Council makes policy, you are all under orders not to discuss with anyone your knowledge of Genesis. Consider it...
Harve Bennett's twenty-page outline for this film was entitled Return To Genesis and is dated 16 September 1982. Bennett has said in various interviews and the Star Trek III DVD that the script was the easiest he had ever written, starting at the end of the movie with Spock alive again and working backwards from that point. Bennett also said that Paramount green-lighted this film faster than any film he ever worked on, having been told to \\"Start writing Star Trek III\\" within days of the rele...
1. Benjie Bancroft as Vulcan attendant 2. Bibi Besch as Carol Marcus (archive footage) 3. Jessie Biscardi as a Vulcan maiden 4. Steve Blalock as Vulcan guard 5. Suzy Born as a Vulcan maiden 6. Barney Burman as a bar alien (deleted scene) 7. Charles Correll as a Spacedock worker 8. Debra Dilley as a Vulcan maiden 9. Al Jones as a Klingon crewman 10. Claudia Lowndes as an Officer's wife 11. Eric Mansker as a bartender 12. Danny Nero as Vulcan guard 13. Dennis Ott as a Klingon 14. Paulette as a...
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