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Audience Reviews for Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Jun 22, 2016 Interesting blend of religion and science fiction. The crew of the Enterprise meets a Vulcan known as Sybock who claims he knows...
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20 REASONS I HATE STAR TREK 5 1. THE TITLE Trivialized by what's already a pop-culture catch phrase. A cop out. 2. YOU CAN'T PLEASE EVERYBODY This movie was beat from the start. A victim of TREK's revived popularity. In 1989 you had the 'classic' fans, the "KHAN" generation, civilians won over by "THE VOYAGE HOME", and "NEXT GENERATION" fans.
There was a moment in "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" - only one, and a brief one, but a genuine one - when I felt the promise of awe. The Starship Enterprise was indeed going where no man had gone before, through the fabled Great Barrier, which represents the end of the finite universe. What would lie beyond?
When this was first released all of us original Star Trek fans were hungry for a way to re-experience Star Trek. Remember, no VCRs, no DVD players in those days -- you were completely dependent on local stations to buy the syndication package. Also, remember there were often only 4-5 stations you could receive back in 1973.
Parents need to know that some critics of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier have interpreted an unsubtle anti-religious message here. The villain is a religious fanatic with a barbaric flock of pilgrims and a fondness for mind control.
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) Retrospective / ReviewNew Star Trek Artwork produced by Jack Davies www.jackDaviesart.comhttp://www.patreon.com/oliver...
- 31 min
- Oliver Harper
Jun 09, 1989 · Directed by William Shatner. With William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan. Captain Kirk and his crew must deal with Mr. Spock's long-lost half-brother who hijacks the Enterprise for an obsessive search for God at the center of the galaxy.
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In today's episode of Truth OR Myth we're taking a look at Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and asking that favorite trigger question, was it really that bad?...
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- TriAngulum Audio Studios