Title: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982). There have been many Star Trek films but The Wrath of Khan is still the best. Second to none for thrills, action and adventure. With the best musical score by James Horner to keep us on the edge of our seats. The regular cast are at their best but Ricardo Montalban steals the show as Khan
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Star Trek 2" redirects here. For the 2013 sequel to the 2009 film of the same franchise, see Star Trek Into Darkness. For the proposed TV series, see Star Trek: Phase II. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Theatrical release poster art by Bob Peak. The Wrath of Khan was released in North America on June 4, 1982 by Paramount Pictures. Negative reactions focused on weak special effects and some of the acting
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On this day in 1982, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan premiered and we witnessed the unbreakable bond between Kirk and Spock.
Regarded as one of the best films in the Trek series featuring the original cast, "The Wrath of Khan" was a surprise hit for Paramount produced on a fraction of the budget of "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" . of anything on the planet. In reality it's Khan (the late Ricardo Montalban along with his real pecs) Kirk's nemesis from the "Star Trek" episode "Space Seed". Kirk and Khan play a game of cat and mouse battling each other with Kirk trying to prevent Khan from using Genesis as some sort of weapon.
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. A surprisingly dark, emotional effort some distance removed from Goldsmith's utopian fanfare, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was instrumental in steering the franchise into more complex territory. Horner's lucid melodies and sweeping orchestral arrangements possess a sense of genuine danger and malice long absent from Star Trek's musical backdrop, climaxing in the profoundly emotional catharsis of "Spock. His efforts lend Trek creator Gene Roddenberry's vision a newfound gravitas.